Having an open line of communication between doctors and their patients is crucial to provide excellent care. The importance of include lessons on how to effectively communicate as part of a student's undergraduate medical education cannot be overstated. As part of its mission to improve the quality of medical education in India, MCI/NMC planned to include the AETCOM module to the UG curriculum in 2019. This study's goals were to create, test, and refine the CS module by using ADDIE instructional framework for teaching first-year MBBS students effective communication skills. The current educational interventional study, which used a mixed-method design, was carried out among 100 first-year MBBS students. In order to design, validate, and implement the CS training module based on the AETCOM module, the ADDIE model was used. The CSAS Scale was used to evaluate students' mental preparedness to study CS, while Kirkpatrick's Levels 1 and 2 were used to determine their degree of competence & Visual Anthropac programme analysed qualitative data. Both the positive (4.19 1.03) and negative (2.42 1.24) CSAS component mean scores were statistically significant. The pre- and post-test mean scores for the knowledge component were 4.19 1.03 and 11.64 2.80, respectively (P .05), and cognitive maps were created to establish a causal connection between the key elements of the evaluations' feedback. While students' mean knowledge and skill ratings improved dramatically in the CS category after the first year of MBBS, they still have room for growth in areas like communication and leadership. The students' collective outlook on the importance of communication training improved.