Assessment is one of the important aspects of language as it helps to improve the teaching learning and assessment process itself. It refers to the overall language program and not just with what individual students have learned. It comprises not only tests but also the continuous assessment which is made daily by the teacher, together with the analysis of the personal elements (students and teacher), and the material ones (school, classroom, syllabus, textbooks, readers and other materials, teaching aids, etc.). It also includes the methodology used and self-evaluation. A change in the evaluation or testing is very necessary. It needs to be made more pragmatic rather than be critical. The objective of a course should be theoretically reflected in the evolution process and discourage rote learning. Questions should be included to test the conceptual understanding, competency in language skills and performance of communicative skills.