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JCR. 2020; 7(1): 381-386


BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR PROFICIENCY: A PILOT STUDY AMONG THE ENGINEERING COLLEGE STUDENTS

Sampathbabu Tokala, Dasari Jaya Kumari, Kejiya Dasari.

Abstract
This paper is a report on a preliminary empirical investigation where the objective was to find out the degree of proficiency of basic English grammar among the students of Engineering in one particular college in Andhra Pradesh. It takes some social variables like Gender, Caste, Region of origin (Urban, Semi-Urban, Rural), Religion, Medium of instruction, Frequency of reading English newspapers and Parental educational background.

Key words: Grammar Proficiency, Social Variable, Region of origin and Parental educational background.



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