Oxford’s Communication Skills by Sanjay Sharma Edition 2015
1. Communication Theory 1
2. Effective Speaking 20
3. Writing 33
4. Reading 47
5. Effective Listening 77
6. The Art of Summarizing 92
7. Reading Comprehension 99
8. Grammar and Vocabulary 111
9. Basic Official Correspondence 152
10. Technical Writing 191
11. Information Communication Technology
Today’s professional world demands effective transfer of technical information in the form of
correspondence, talks, discussions, and documents more than ever before. Such forms of communication
not only reflect the knowledge and experience of engineers, scientists, and other professionals but also
act as the public face for organizations, reflecting their policies and achievements. The communication
skills required in organizations are formal and are dependent on the audience. Hence, it is important to
clearly understand the various aspects of communication.
About the Book
The book meets the requirements of the course on Communication Skills at University of Mumbai.
A key feature of this beginner-level book is its user-friendly approach. The language is simple and easy
The contents have been organized keeping in mind the revised syllabus. The book aims to introduce
students to the role of the four communication skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing (LSRW).
In addition to these, this book also introduces students to the fundamental components of technical
communication, English grammar, and technical writing.
The technical aspects of communication have been explained through lively and relevant examples
and illustrations. The worked-out examples reinforce the concepts discussed in the book, correlating
theory and practice. In addition, the book also features three solved model question papers.
• Developed according to the latest University of Mumbai syllabus
• Exhaustive and lucid coverage of all important aspects of communication
• Solved model question papers
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