Document Type : Primary Research paper
Associate Professor, Department of English, Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Krishnankoil
India though being a developing country, has contributed a lot in the progress and evolution of mankind. It is a universally acknowledged fact that Indian brains have proved to play vital role in almost all the necessary advancements of the contemporary world. Several profound organizations have openly expressed with awe about the mind and skills of the Indian labor. Though the offspring of Indian education have proved worthy, their range of development and visionary skills proved to make a slow progress on par with the colleagues of other nationalities. This again repeats in the local scenario too. A city bred colleague shows considerable progress than the colleague sprout from the common criteria, which constitutes seventy percent of Indian job seekers. On closer look one can find that the lack in expression has cost them a lot, especially the inability to communicate in the Trade Language. This paper focuses on the barriers faced by the job seekers of rural India and they can be worked on to enable their success.