Poor spoken English is the reason of Indian engineers for not getting selected for the dream jobs. According to a recent study, nearly 97% of engineers in the country cannot speak English, required for high-end jobs in corporate sales and business consulting. The study also found that, about 67% of engineers graduating from India’s colleges do not possess spoken English skills required for any job in knowledge economy. The study has been done among the 30,000 engineers across 500 engineering colleges. The problem is more in tier 2 and tier 3 colleges, instilling spoken English skills is a big challenge in Indian Institutes of Technology and National Institutes of Technology as well. It was found that nearly 600,000 engineers graduate annually in India.