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Class: S.E. Branch: Instrumentation Semester: III
Engineering
Subject: Presentation and Communication Technic ues
Periods per Week Lecture 02
(each 60 min) Practical 02 ,.
Tutorial —
Hours Marks f—-Evaluation System Theory — —
Practical and Oral — —
Oral — —
Term Work — 50
Total — 50 –
Contents
3 Interpersonal skills:
Introduction to emotional inteJligence, motivation, Negotiation 03
and conflict resolution, Assertiveness, team-building, decisionmaking,
time-management, persuasion
I. Communication in a business organization:
Internal and external communication, Types of meetings,
strategies for conducting successful business meetings,
documentation (notice, agenda, minutes, resolution) of meetings.
Introduction to modem communication techniques.
(e-rnail, internet, video-conferencing, etc.) Legal and ethical
issues in communication (Intellectual property rights: patents,
TRIPS, Geographical indications).
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preparing report.
A computer-aided presentation 01″ a technical project report based
on survey-based or reference based topic. The topics are to be
assigned to a group of 8-1 0 students. The written report should not
exceed 20 printed pages.
Technical paper-writing, Writing business proposals.
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4 Presentation skills:
Elements of an effecti ve presentation, Structure of a presentation, 03
Presentation tools, Audience analysis, Language: Articulation,
Good pronunciation, Voice quality, Modulation, Accent and
Intonation.
5 Career skills:
Preparing resumes and cover letters. Types of Resumes, Interview 03
techniques: Preparing for job interviews. facing an interview,
verbal and non-verbal communication during iniei··vi~ws.
observation sessions and role-play techniques to be used to
demonstrate interview strategies (mock interviews).
6 Group discussion:
Group discussions as part or selection process. Structure of a 03
group discussion. Dynamics of group behavior. techniques for
effective participation. Team work and use of body language.
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Term work:
Part-I (25 Marks): Assignments;
Two assignments on communication topics
Three assignments on report-writing
Three assignments on interpersonal skills
Two assignments on career skills
At least one class test (written)
Distribution of term work marks will be as follows:
Assignments : 10 marks
Written Jest : 10 marks ..,.-/
Attendance (Theory and Practical) : 05 m~rks
Part-Il (25 Marks): Presentation;
Distribution of term work marks will be as follows:
Project report presentation :~ marks
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of laboratory work and minimum passing ill the krill work
Te.xtbooks
I. Lesikar and Petit, Report writingfor business, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Raman and Sangeeta Sharma, Technical communication, Oxford University
Press, New Delhi.
Reference Books:
1. Wallace & Masters, Personal development for Life & work, Thomson
Leming.
2. Heta Murphy, Efjective Business Communication, McGraw Hill.
3. Huckin & Olsen, Technical writing and professional communication,
McGraw Hill.
4. Fred Luthans, Organizational behavior, McGraw Hill.
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