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Telangana's Warangal to host national workshop on technical English
This year, there has been a spurt in the conferences, seminars and workshops on English language, literature and teaching. Many departments of postgraduate colleges and universities are organising events on English communication, language and literature.

Now, the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Telangana, has joined the bandwagon.

They are organising a two-day national workshop on 'New Directions in English in Professional Colleges: The Humanities Perspective' (NDPCH) on September 23-24, 2016, under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP).

Eminent scholars, trainers, language experts and speakers from various national institutes have been roped in to organise the sessions on the theme of the national workshop that will be attended by the teachers and researchers who wish to improve their technical writing and communication in English.

Often the technical writing skills aspects is neglected in professional and technical education institutes which requires mastery on certain skill sets leading to an ability to write clearly, concisely, and precisely.

These days, technical writing also requires proficiency in the use of computer applications associated with producing documents. Not only that, for technical writing one is required to select appropriate visuals needed to enhance the written word.

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