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Board of Technical Examination

Palace Road, Bengaluru-560001

JSS POLYTECHNIC
JSS TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS CAMPUS
MYSORE-570006

DIPLOMA IN
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

A REPORT ON

COMMUNICATION ANALYSIS and SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME


(CASP)

SUBMITTED BY
AISHWARYA.J
[REG NO: 418EC12006]
V Semester EC,
JSS Polytechnic
Mysore-570006

Under The Guidance of


Mrs. Tejaswini.M.P
Department of Information science Engg.
JSS Polytechnic
Mysore-570006

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION


ENGG.
(YEAR 2014-2015)

Board of Technical Examination


Palace Road, Bengaluru-560001

JSS POLYTECHNIC
JSSTIS CAMPUS
MYSORE-570006

DEPARTMENT OF
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the report has been submitted by VARUN.M.S,
Reg no:418EC10057 of V semester Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering
for, the partial fulfillment of the curriculum prescribed by the Board of Technical Education,
Bangalore, during the year 2012-13. It is certified that all the correction, suggestions indicated
for internal assessment have been incorporated in the Report which was periodically reviewed by
the Head of the Department, Dept of EC, JSS Polytechnic. The report has been approved as it
satisfies the academic requirements in respect of the work prescribed for Diploma in Electronics
& Communication Engineering.

Staff in Charge Head of Department Principal


Miss. Smt. Asha Kulkarni Sri.Ramaling Gaud.G
Dept. of EC Dept. of EC, JSS Polytechnic,
JSS Polytechnic, JSS Polytechnic, Mysore-06
Mysore-06 Mysore-06
Date: Examiners:
Place: Mysore
1.
2.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank profoundly our esteemed Principal Sri. Ramaling Gaud.G for


his unstinted encouragement.

We acknowledge with pride, the continued support and encouragement


of Smt.Asha Kulkarni, Head of the Department of Electronics &
Communication Engg.,

We are grateful to Miss. , Department of Electronics Engineering.,


for her constant encouragement and help rendered to us, which has led to
the successful completion of our project.

We also thank all teaching staff and non-teaching staff of Department of


Electronics Engineering., who have directly or indirectly extended the
timely help.

Lastly, but not the least, we sincerely salute our parents, in reverence,
who have been the embodiment of love and affection in all walks our
life.
-AISHWARYA.J

COMMUNICATION

ANALYSIS AND SKILL

DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME

LOG SHEET:

Sl.no Date Task Progress of task Initials of Evaluation ( as


staff in suggested in each
charged task)

1 Task 1 Communication
skills
2 Task 2 Communication
exercise
3 Task 3 Listening skills
4 Task 4 Reading skills
5 Task 5 Writing skills
6 Task 6 Knowledge of using
internet
7 Task 7 Oral
communication
8 Task 8 Data analysis
9 Task 9 Presentation skills
10 Task 10 Pick and speak

Signature of Guide

COMMUNICATION ANALYSIS AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT


PROGRAMME (CASP)

INTRODUCTION:

WHAT IS CASP?
CASP is a course, introducing diploma holders, irrespective of the course, being studied,
to the world of professional communication.

WHY FOR DIPLOMA STUDENTS?


The average engineer walking out of education institution is surprised by the amount of
non-technical work he/she faces in the real world (i.e., personal contact, phone calls, meetings,
reports, presentations etc.).

Further, many cannot find appropriate jobs, in spite of their academic excellence, as
employers complain that, students lack the communication skills.
This course differs from other courses in that, is not taught to the students in a
conventional manner. But, the emphasis will shift from, Teacher--oriented--methods to Student--
oriented--methods. Though the information and skills acquired by all students will be same, the
actual methods and techniques used by each student will vary according to his/her initiative,
individual/group project allotted, effort put in, enthusiasm shown, discussions held and so on.

A CASE STUDY, that revealed, the importance of Informal learning.

Some researchers in the education field, in U.S.A. found that 17 year olds, in a single
academic year, learn about 200 to 300 new words, in a university environment (Formal).
However, during the same period, at their informal home and play environment, they acquire
around 4000 words!! Strangely enough, learning seems to be higher in an informal environment,
than in an academic one, designed specifically for this purpose. This, they found was, because, in
an informal home and play environment, the students learning is self motivated. i.e., the students
learn, as he/she wants to and needs to Fit-in.

OBJECTIVE:
1) To simulate (to make pretence of; to reproduce) an informal learning environment.
2) To provide an ideal opportunity to acquire skills in learning-to-learn, this proves to be
vital for ones professional growth later on.
3) To inculcate Information skills(i.e., Awareness of an idea, details of an idea and where
to look for) into students, which would be life long asset for them - (in fact they grow
with age)
4) To develop written communication skills in students.
5) To develop oral communication skills in students.