The importance of English as the medium of education is on a steady rise and is being incorporated into countries which are non-English in their linguistic backgrounds.
Today, we have a wide range of careers options, that are inclusive of stereotypic career options like English Literature, Arts, Sciences, etc. and also the newly emerging vocational careers like engineering, electronics, electrical communication and the like, which depend more towards the technicalities, rather than linguistic prowess. However, communication is an important aspect of life and good communication skills set apart a good employee from a bad one.
Mere command over technicalities is not the only criteria in the process of selecting employees. Good language skills count and since English is the common language across the world, good command over the English language is a must to come across as a candidate with great fluency and proficiency.
Vocational training given to candidates in the fields of telecommunications, electricals and electronics need training in the English language, as well.