ENGLISH: Curriculum Development in EAP problems faced by students at graduation level in Pakistan

Authors

  • Irfan Asghar Khan Govt. Post Graduate College of Commerce, Jhang, Pakistan

Keywords:

English, official language, modern scientific studies, international medium

Abstract

English for academic purposes at graduate level in the public sector colleges and universities in Pakistan holds a significant place as the only medium for the learners who aim to explore employment and equip themselves with latest knowledge on national and global platforms. Researches have been carried out on various levels to analyze, observe and evaluate all the relevant issues and problems faced by the students particularly in countries like Pakistan where English is not only the official language but also an international medium for modern scientific and other studies. This research explores and highlights dilemmas of the college students who, on one hand, strive to learn a language they are not exposed to on cultural and social levels while on the other hand, they face serious ambiguities in comprehending the prescribed curriculum during their academic process. The study focuses on all the obstacles most commonly faced by the undergraduate students in their learning of English. It also explores the limitations on the faculty level in teaching of the prescribed syllabus in colleges and universities of Pakistan.   

Author Biography

Irfan Asghar Khan, Govt. Post Graduate College of Commerce, Jhang, Pakistan

Lecturer in English

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Published

01.01.2022

How to Cite

Irfan Asghar Khan. (2022). ENGLISH: Curriculum Development in EAP problems faced by students at graduation level in Pakistan. Al-Dalili, 3(2), 20–32. Retrieved from http://aldalili.com/index.php/dalili/article/view/67

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