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Dear Friend,
I am confused about our indian company policy. those people who done education in English & convent school .they are easily Break Group discussion Round. but problem facing middle class people those who completed education in Other language.But
those people we have lots of knowledge & speed but in lack of communication they can't progress.and same think on that people grow his carrier.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Satya K,
Welcome to CiteHR. I agree with your thought and understand the struggle that one faces because of the language barrier.
However, I would like to suggest few points here that might help you.
1) Firstly, the companies that you are trying out a job in, are working for multi national clients. So the first and foremost quality is to communicate well in the world-wide recognised language English.
2) The hard truth is that there is a very little (arguably nothing) social interest involved in the MNCs to personally groom a non-english speaking person to their expected level. It is all business at the end of the day!
3) It is all demand and supply - if they get an english speaking resource easily than you, you know the answer!
So the choice is yours. You could groom yourself to the expectation of the MNC by going for English communication trainings or you pursue your own area of interest in a different field.
Always remember English is just a language not knowledge.

From United Kingdom, London
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