Why English?

Recent studies have revealed that engineers in their early career spend 25-50% of their time neering (which comprises designing, measuring, calculating and problem-solving).  The remaining 50-75% of their time is spent communicating (which comprises writing reports, letters, memos, proposals, giving presentations, and talking to their colleagues, bosses, customers and clients).  In their later career, they spend 5-10% of their time engineering (which at this stage is mainly problem-solving) and 90-95% of their time communicating.

This fact clearly shows how important language is in career building.  English, of all the other languages, is the most commonly used language today.  Throughout the world, when people with different languages come together they commonly use English to communicate.  In the modern world, English is the language of science and technology.  Acquiring it therefore becomes an essential requirement if you wish to have a job and achieve success.

Why English