Document Type : Primary Research paper
Research Scholar, Department of English KoneruLakshmaiah Education Foundation (KLEF – Deemed to be University)Vaddeswaram, Guntur, A.P. – 522 502 &Assistant Professor of English, Dept. of H&BS Aditya Engineering College,Surampalem, East Godavari, A.P.
Associate Professor of English and Vice-Principal, ASC,KoneruLakshiah Education Foundation (KLEF – Deemed to be University)Vaddeswaram, Guntur, A.P. – 522 502
PROF.OF ENGLISH Aditya Engineering College,Surampalem, East Godavari, A.P.
Assoc Professor of English,HOD,Dept. of H&BS B.V.C College of Engineering,Palacharla, RajahmundryEast Godavari, A.P.
The emphasis of this paper is on the challenges of speaking English in India's rural areas. The teaching policies in Indian schools have become a social and personal problem. The majority of Indian schools' English Language education portrays a very disturbing image.. Teacher’s language proficiency, exposure to language and materials are major concerns for quality of English language learning. In reality, the rural students’ situation is very difficult because they don’t have opportunities as city students have (i.e.) language Proficiency lab, audio visual aids and etc.. In general rural students consider English as a subject not as a language. It is the main obstacle to them. Majority of students study only for the sake of examination. They are not known to recite poems but they well known how to memory it. In point of fact rural students have fear of English. On the other hand many teachers don’t have long vision on the subject of student’s life. They center of attention is only on examination.