Monday, 25 February 2013

EFFECTIVE EXAM WRITING

EFFECTIVE EXAM WRITING



 Know what is your expectation?
 What content will be covered? 
  How many questions will be on the exam?
 Write out answers to possible exam questions.
  Practice organizing your ideas and writing a complete response.
Create sample answers for yourself and practice writing out your answers



Friday, 22 February 2013

Effective Telephone Etiquette's

 Effective Telephone Etiquette's

Today I taught some basic telephone etiquette's to my college students. I wonder to know that many of us are not aware of these etiquette's’. Nowadays, telephone is one of the easiest and cheapest modes of communication. In this communicative world our voice plays a very important role in creating an impression of our personality, education, family background as well as the nature of job we are engaged in















NEVER CALL ANY PERSON AT ODD HOURS  

CONFORM – TO WHOM YOU WOULD LIKE TO TALK

 DON'T CHEW ANYTHING

SPEAK EACH & EVERY WORD CLEARLY

DIAL NUMBER- CAREFULLY

Sunday, 17 February 2013

A WINDY DAY


On such a windy day as this, who better to turn to than a Bronte.....

LINES COMPOSED IN A WOOD ON A WINDY DAY

by: Anne Bronte (1820-1849)

MY soul is awakened, my spirit is soaring
And carried aloft on the wings of the breeze;
For above and around me the wild wind is roaring,
Arousing to rapture the earth and the seas.

The long withered grass in the sunshine is glancing,
The bare trees are tossing their branches on high;
The dead leaves beneath them are merrily dancing,
The white clouds are scudding across the blue sky

I wish I could see how the ocean is lashing
The foam of its billows to whirlwinds of spray;
I wish I could see how its proud waves are dashing,
And hear the wild roar of their thunder to-day!

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

"Read, Think, and Explain- COMPREHENSION

HINTS FOR COMPREHENSION



Comprehension questions test you on your ability to recall and understand what you read in a passage


  • Read the whole passage once before you answer any of the questions.
  • You are allowed to go back and read the passages as many times as you want to. Read them carefully.
  • Be careful not to leave marks around the answer bubbles. Try to fill them in neatly.
  • When you answer the "Read, Think, and Explain" questions, think and organize what you want to say before writing down your ideas.
  • Write your short and long answers neatly so that anyone can read them.
  • After you read the passage, first answer the questions you know. Skip the ones that are too hard and go back later.
  • Do not worry if you do not know the answers to questions. Keep going! Partial credit is given for "Read, Think, and Explain" questions, so write whatever you know.
  • If there is time, go back and make sure that you are giving the best possible answer for each question.

you may click the below mentioned link for practice.

http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/marketing/sfesl/tests/grade2.html




Monday, 11 February 2013

A man is not where he lives, but where he loves.


A man is not where he lives, but where he loves.                                                                           




Love Means... (a girl and guy were speeding over 100 mph on a motorcycle)
Girl: Slow down. I'm scared.
Guy: No this is fun.
Girl: No its not. Please, it's too scary!
Guy: Then tell me you love me.
Girl: Fine, I love you. Slow down! Guy: Now give me a big hug. (Girl hugs him)
Guy: Can you take my helmet off and put it on? It's bugging me.
In the paper the next day: A motorcycle had crashed into a building because of break failure. 

Two people were on the motorcycle, but only one survived. The truth was that halfway down the road, the guy realized that his breaks broke, but he didn't want to let the girl know. 

Instead, he had her say she loved him, felt her hug one last time, then had her wear his helmet so she would live even though it meant he would die.

(http://www.romanticlovemessages.com/)


Saturday, 9 February 2013

“All great speakers were bad speakers at first”















According to R.W. Emerson “All great speakers were bad speakers at first”

Nowadays some of the people have baseless fear, negative thinking of forgetting something or people may laugh at them…makes them nervous to speak among many. 

But in the modern wall to speak among many people become essential so one should keep mind the following points


ART OF ANCHORING- ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

Essential elements in Art of Enchoring have been shared by two speakers.

As Tejash Majmudar said, “Words should be spoken with attachment.” More ever, your presentation or vocalizations should be concise. One should choose very contented medium of language. Further he added one should be expressive too.


Hardwar Goswami said that, “Being Gujarati one should know history of Gujarat”. He also stressed on phonetics (Science of language).

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

BEING GIRL HELP GIRL


Women Empowerment- Workshop







Today, our college has organized a workshop on women empowerment. Here I am sharing my views which have been shared by speakers.
1.      Don’t upload your personal details on social networking cites.
2.      Be careful when strangers are capturing your images.
3.       Where you don’t find many people, try to avoid go such place.
4.      Help the girl who is in trouble.
5.      Being girl help girl.
6.      Keep mobile number of Mahila Police station. -07923247096
7.      Helpline Number for girl- 1091

In view, the message is as we all are living in smart technology culture, where many of the girls have smart marks in their mark sheet. Today’s girls require to be smart in their walk and talk.





Monday, 4 February 2013

BANK CORRESPONDENCE PROJECT -TYPES OF ACCOUNT

PROJECT-01-

Instructions:
1.      This project work is assigned in group of five students only.
2.      Each member of the group has to participate actively.
3.      The group is supposed to prepare project under the title of BANK CORRESPONDENCE which has been allotted by the respective faculty.
4.      All the groups have to submit the hard copy of the project to the concerning faculty only on the date of submission.
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TYPES OF ACCOUNT

1.     INTRODUCTION OF BANK

2.     TYPES OF ACCOUNTS


2.1.                     FIX DEPOSIT

2.1.1.   What is fix deposit?
2.1.2.  Form requires opening fix deposit.
2.1.3.  Advantages of fix deposit
2.1.4.  Limitation of fix deposit

2.2.                     SAVING ACCOUNT

2.2.1.  What is Saving Account?
2.2.2.  Form requires opening Saving Account
2.2.3.  Advantages of Saving Account
2.2.4.  Limitation of Saving Account

2.3.                     CURRENT ACCOUNT

2.3.1.  What is Current Account?
2.3.2.  Form requires opening Current Account
2.3.3.  Advantages of Current Account
2.3.4.  Limitation of Current Account

2.4.                     CONCLUSION

2.5.                     EXPERIENCE



BANK CORRESPONDENCE PROJECT- PROCESS OF LOAN

PROJECT-06-

Instructions:
1.      This project work is assigned in group of five students only.
2.      Each member of the group has to participate actively.
3.      The group is supposed to prepare project under the title of BANK CORRESPONDENCE which has been allotted by the respective faculty.
4.      All the groups have to submit the hard copy of the project to the concerning faculty only on the date of submission.
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PROCESS OF LOAN

1.     WHAT IS LOAN?

2.     TYPES OF LOAN


2.1.         HOUSING LOAN

2.1.1.   What is housing loan?
2.1.2.  Form of housing loan
2.1.3.  Required documents’ & its details
2.1.4.  Impact of housing loan on tax planning
2.1.5.  Rates & interest pattern of housing loan

2.2.         VEHICLE  LOAN

2.2.1.  What is vehicle Loan?
2.2.2.  Form of vehicle loan
2.2.3.  Required documents’  & its details
2.2.4.  Installment pattern for vehicle Loan

2.3.         PERSONAL LOAN

2.3.1.  What is Personal Loan?
2.3.2.  Form of Personal loan
2.3.3.  Required documents’  & its details
2.3.4.  Criteria for the personal Loan
2.3.5.  Rates & interest pattern of Personal loan
3.     CONCLUSION
4.     EXPERIENCE-

BANK CORRESPONDENCE PROJECT - PAY-IN SLIP/ DEMAND DRAFT/ SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT

PROJECT-05-


Instructions:
1.      This project work is assigned in group of five students only.
2.      Each member of the group has to participate actively.
3.      The group is supposed to prepare project under the title of BANK CORRESPONDENCE which has been allotted by the respective faculty.
4.      All the groups have to submit the hard copy of the project to the concerning faculty only on the date of submission.
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PAY-IN SLIP/ DEMAND DRAFT/ SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT

1.                    INTRODUCTION OF BANK
2.                   PAY-IN SLIP
2.1.         What is Pay- in – slip?
2.2.         Outlook of Pay- in – slip
2.3.         Why one need to use Pay- in – slip

3.              DEMAND DRAFT
3.1.         What is Demand Draft?
3.2.         Outlook of Demand Draft
3.3.         Why one need to use Demand Draft
3.4.         Procedure for Demand Draft
4.              SAFE- DEPOSIT VAULT
4.1.         What is Safe deposit Vault?
4.2.         Why one need to use Safe deposit Vault
4.3.         Usage of  Safe deposit Vault

5.                       CONCLUSION
6.                       EXPERIENCE