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b.

Public speaking exercise in form of debate or elocution on any topic of choice

4.

Students will undergo two activities related to verbal/nonverbal skills from following:

a.

Appearing for mock personal interviews.

b.

Participating in group discussions on current affairs/social issues/ethics and etiquettes.

c.

Participating in Games, role playing exercises to highlight nonverbal skills.

5.

Students will submit one written technical documents from following:

a.

Project proposal.

b.

Product brochure.

c.

Literature survey on any one topic.

d.

User manual.

e.

Technical help.

6.

Students will submit one written business documents from following:

a.

A representative Official correspondence.

b.

Minutes of meeting.

c.

Work progress report.

7.

Students will participate in one or two activities from following:

a.

Team games for team building.

b.

Situational games for role playing as leaders, members.

c.

Organizing mock events.

d.

Conducting meetings.

8.

Faculty may arrange one or more sessions from following:

a.

Yoga and meditation.

b.

Stress management, relaxation exercises, and fitness exercises.

c.

Time management and personal planning sessions.

d.

Improving memory skills.

e.

Improving leadership skills.

f.

Improving English conversation skills.

g.

Reading comprehension skills and Notes taking skills.

Students are expected to keep a personal record of ANY SIX activities that they undertook in the Soft skills Laboratory in the form of a journal. All students need not do the same assignments. Colleges have a freedom within the framework to customize set of activities to be followed.

Guidelines for Conduction and Assessment of Laboratory Work.

1.

This laboratory can be seen as a departmental activity with one of the faculty as coordinator.

2.

Professionals from HRD departments of companies could assist in training sessions.

3.

Certain activities can even be team activities such as technical report submission or joint presentations.

4.

Popular science, INTERNET, Magazines, Newspapers, and Training MEDIA from BCL, BBC, Management Institutes, and Management Gurus can also be used as resources.

5.

Generally an exercise can be designed to allow multiple skills exposure for example a group task encouraging discussions, team building, value sharing, leadership and role play all at the same time.

ASSESMENT Guidelines

1.

WRITTEN Communications 20 Marks

a

Students could submit for example

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