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MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION , MUMBAI

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME


COURSE NAME :DIPLOMA IN DRESS DESIGNING & GARMENT MANUFACTURING
COURSE CODE : DD
DURATION OF COURSE : SIX SEMESTERS/THREE YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 2007 - 08
SEMESTER : SECOND DURATION: 16 WEEKS
FULL TIME / PART TIME: FULL TIME SCHEME - C
TEACHING
EXAMINATION SCHEME
SR. SUBJECT SCHEME
SUBJECT TITLE
NO. CODE PAPER TH TOTAL PR OR TW
TH TU PR TEST
HRS MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN
Introduction to
1 9429 04 -- 08 02 40 14 10 50 20 50@ 20 -- -- -- --
Clothing Processes
Fundamentals of
2 9430 02 -- -- 02 40 14 10 50 20 -- -- -- -- -- --
Textiles
3 Fashion Drawing - II -- 01 -- 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- 50@ 20 -- -- -- --

4 Basics of Computer - II -- 01 -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- 50@ 20 -- -- -- --

5 Design Processes - II -- 01 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -- -- 50@ 20


6 Folk Art -- 01 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 50@ 20

7 Career Skills - II -- 01 -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 25# 10 25@ 10

TOTAL 11 -- 23 -- 80 -- 20 100 -- 150 -- 25 -- 125 --


STUDENT CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK (FORMAL TEACHING) : 34 HRS.
THEORY AND PRACTICAL PERIODS OF 60 MINUTES EACH.
@ - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT , # - EXTERNAL
TOTAL MARKS – 400
ABBREVIATIONS : TH – THEORY , TU – TUTORIAL , PR – PRACTICALS , OR –ORAL, TW – TERMWORK
All Practical, Oral and Term Work assessment are to be done as per the prevailing norms for implementation and assessment.

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Introduction to Clothing Processes
Subject Code : 9429

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
04 -- 08 02 40 10 50@ -- -- 100

RATIONALE :

Most body types are deviations from standard, hence, students need to learn
modifications in pattern making. At times, for design purpose, certain standard processes,
such as, darts need to be manipulated. This forms an important segment of pattern
making. Support material, such as, lining, shoulder pads, collar stays are an integral part
of Clothing Production study Construction of elements of garments, basic bodice block
for women and children’s block will provide a foundation for advanced clothing
manufacture

Objectives:

The students will be able to :

1. Identify different abnormal and deformed figs.


2. Select texture, colour, print as per occasion, climate and occupation
3. Learn the proper usage of support material
4. Learn principle of dart manipulation
5. Design various patterns with dart manipulation
6. Draft and stitch the easy and close fitting bodice block with sleeves for ladies and
children
7. Stitch different types of sleeves, collars and neck finishings.

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LEARNING STRUCTURE:

Application of theory knowledge of figure types, dart manipulation, added


Application fullness and support material to practical sewing classes

ƒ Comparative study of normal, abnormal and deformed figures


ƒ Demonstration of dart manipulation on dress forms
ƒ Demonstration of effect of added fullness
Procedure
ƒ Demonstration of support material
ƒ Application of support material

ƒ Adaptation of pattern making principles for different figure types


Principle ƒ Principles of dart manipulation
ƒ Principles of added fullness

ƒ Different figure types and fabric selection accordingly


ƒ Dart manipulation for style and fit
Concept ƒ Added fullness for style and fit
ƒ Uses of support material

Figures, fabrics, support materials, darts, added fullness in garments


Fact

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CONTENTS: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks


Figure Types
1. Abnormal figures
2. Deformed figures
a) Erect figure
b) Stooping figure
c) Corpulent figure
d) Pigeon Chest
e) Hunch back
f) Broad Shoulder
g) Square shoulder
1. h) Prominent bust 12 10
i) Hollow chest
j) Bow leg
k) Sway back
l) Sloping shoulder
m) Knocked knee

Fabric selection according to texture, colour, prints, suitability as


per occasion climate and occupation in co-ordination with figure
types.
Support Material
2.1. Lining
2.2 Interlining & facing
2 2.3. Other support material: 04 06
Shoulder pads, adhesives, collar stays, sleeves
headers
Principles of Dart Manipulation
3 3.1. Single and two dart series by slash spread 16 08
and pivotal transfer technique
Designing with darts
4.1 Dart clusters and Dart equivalent
4.2 Graduated and Radiating Darts
4 4.3 Asymmetrical Dart 16 08
4.4 Intersecting Dart
4.5 Dart converted into style lines

Principles of Added Fullness


5 16 08
5.1. Types of added fullness
TOTAL 64 40

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Practical:
Skills to be developed

1. Intellectual Skills
1. Understanding different figure types
2. Selection of texture, color, prints according to occupation, climate and
occasion in coordination with figure types
3. Understanding principle of dart manipulation, added fullness

2. Motor skills

1. Prepare easy and close fitting block for ladies and children
2. Cut and sew different sleeves, collars, neck finishes
3. Cut and sew baby dress and ladies top

List of Practicals

1. Bodice Block with sleeves

1.1. Easy Fitting block for ladies


1.2. Close fitting block for ladies
1.3. Easy fitting block for children
1.4. Close fitting block for children

2. Samples of different kinds of sleeves


1. Puff sleeves
2. Cap Sleeves
3. Bell Sleeves
4. Raglan Sleeves
5. Tulip Sleeves
3. Collars
1. Peter Pan Collar
2. Sailor Collar
3. Chinese Collar
4. One-Piece Shirt Collar
5. Flap Collar

4. Neck Finishings

1. Bias or piping finishing


2. Shaped Facing

5. Based on the elements above topics design and construct

1. Ladies top with sleeves


2. Baby frock with sleeves

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Learning Resources:

1. Books:

Sr.No. Author Title Publisher


Om Books
Designing Patterns – a fresh
1 Hilary Campbell Service/Stanley thornes
approach to pattern cutting
Publications Ltd.,
New Complete Guide to
2 -- Reader’s Digest
Sewing
Helen Joseph Pattern Making for Fashion Addison Wesley
3
Armstrong Design Longman Inc.
Pattern Cutting for Lingerie,
4 Ann Haggar Beachwear and Leisurewear Blackwell Science Ltd.,
( Semester V & VI)
Winifred Aldrich Metric Pattern Cutting for
5 Blackwell Science Ltd.,
Children wear
Pattern Cutting for Women’s
6 Aldrich Tailored Jackets––(Semester Blackwell Science Ltd.,
VI)
Winifred Aldrich Metric Pattern Cutting for
7 Blackwell Science Ltd.,
Children’s wear
Hamlyn Publishing
8 Paul Hamlyn Mc Call’s Sewing
Group
Harold Carr and The technology of Clothing
9 Blackwell Science Ltd.,
Barbara Latham Manufacture
10 -- Sewing Theory ( Reader’s Digest)

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Fundamentals of Textile
Subject Code : 9430

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
02 -- -- 02 40 10 -- -- -- 50

Rationale:
One of the key requirements of a merchandisers and designers is knowledge of
fabrics. For this, to begin with, a thorough knowledge of natural and man made fibers,
processes involved in yarn manufacturing is required.

Objectives:
The students will be able to:

To identify different fabrics for specific use, and analyse its relation to other
subjects.

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Learning Structure:

Application To understand the basic nature of fibre and yarn processing.

Understand origin and chemical nature of fibers, Understand


Procedure
processes involved in manufacturing yarn Help in identifying fabric

Classification of fibres and their properties. Yarn formation


Principle
Varieties of yarn

Microscopic burning and chemical tests Yarn twist identification


Concept
Yarn finishing

Fact Fiber and Yarn

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CONTENTS: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks


Introduction of Textile Fibres:
1.1 Classification of fibres with the help of flow chart
1 02 08
based on origin and chemical nature of fibres.

Introduction of yarn manufacturing of staple fibres


and filaments.
2.1 Different processes involved in yarn manufacturing of
the following in brief:
a) cotton
b) linen
c) wool
d) silk
2 16 14
e) blends
1.2 Introduction to Synthetic fiber manufacturing:
a) Polyester
b) Nylon
1.3 Introduction to semi-synthetic fiber manufacturing.
a) Viscose rayon – Cupra ammonium rayon
(Hours 16, Marks 20)

Different yarn numbering systems


3.1 Average and Resultant Count, text, deniers
3.2 Yarn twist
a) Significance of twist
3 10 10
b) Direction of twish (S& 2)
c) Types of twist (low, optimum and high twist)
d) Effect of twist on fabric properties

Novelty yarns
a. Chenille yarns
b. Crotchested yarns
4 04 08
c. Fancy yarns
d. Ply yarn, double yarn and cable yarn

Total 32 40

Note: All above topics should be aided by field trips in their respective categories.

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Learning Resources:
Books:

Sr.No Author Title Publisher


BTRA monograph on winding, warping,
1 -- sizing, loomshed --
2 Bannergee Weaving, Mechanism-I --
3 Lord & Mohamad Yarn to fabric conversion --
4 Sengupta Weaving calculation --
5 Watson Textile Design – Elementary --
Hasmukh Rai & Mr.
6 Fabric forming --
Kesavan
7 Mr. Peter Schawartz. Fabric forming systems --

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Fashion Drawing-II
Subject Code : --

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
01 -- 05 -- -- - 50@ -- -- 50

RATIONALE:
Anatomy drawing of female, male and child will help in representing fashion
ideas on paper and thereby to see their realistic effect.

OBJECTIVES :
The student will be able to :

(i) Prepare Anatomy drawing


(ii) Illustrate garments on anatomy drawings

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CONTENT: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours


Female Croqui
a. ¾ Front
b. Profile
1 c. ¾ Back 02
d. Full Back
e. Bones and Muscles study

Croqui Manipulation
a. 8 to 10 heads
2 b. 10 to 12 heads 01

Introduction to Male and Children Croqui


a. Full Front
b. ¾ Front
3 c. Profile 03
d. ¾ Back
e. Full Back

Contra Posture and Balance


a. Various poses
i. Movement
4 ii. Walking 02
iii. Running
iv. In freeze frame show contra posture

Quick Sketching
Moving body mass to create various poses in quick
5 02
line format to facilitate quick sketching

For shortening and mixed poses


a. For shortening hands
b. For shortening legs
6 03
c. Sitting poses
d. Mixing two views to create alternate stance

Details of the body


e. Faces – ¾ front view, ¾ back, profile and full
back with features, expressions with stances
7 03
f. Drawing hands and feet in various poses
g. Hair and hair types

Total 16

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PRACTICAL

Skills to be developed

1. Intellectual Skills
1. Understand anatomy drawing of female, male and child

2. Psycho –Motor skills


1. Illustrate female, male and children croqui
2. Illustrate contra posture and balance
1. Illustrate shortening and mixed poses
2. Illustrate details of body

LIST OF PRACTICALS:

1. Exercises on ‘Female Croqui’ (8 Nos.)


2. Exercises on ‘Croqui Manipulation’ (4 Nos.)
3. Exercises on ‘Male and Children Croqui’ (5 Nos.)
4. Exercises on ‘Contra Posture and Balance’ (8 Nos.)
5. Exercises on ‘Quick Sketching’ (5 Nos.)
6. Exercises on ‘For shortening and Mixed Poses’ (6 Nos.)
7. Exercises on ‘Details of Body’ (12 Nos.)

Learning Resources:

Books:

Sr.No Author Title Publisher


1 Bina Abling Fashion Sketch Book --
2 Burne Hogarth Dynamic Anatomy --

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Basics of Computer-II
Subject Code : --

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
01 -- 02 -- -- - 50@ -- -- 50

RATIONALE:
Convincing, crisp, interesting and attractive presentations provide an edge to
people in business. Power Point is the tool to communicate ideas, information and
instructions effectively.

Making spreadsheets, computing and calculating numbers are prerequisites in all


businesses. A thorough knowledge of MS Excel therefore becomes imperative for all
professionals.

OBJECTIVES:

The students will be able to :

(i) Make effective presentations


(ii) Prepare spreadsheet
(iii) Compute and calculate on the computer

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CONTENT: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours


Application of Power Point
1 06
MS Excel
1. Concept of Spreadsheet
2. Cell Alignment
3. Wrapping Text
4. Adjusting Row and Columns
5. Auto fill
6. Self formatting for numbers, dates, text and currency
7. Functions, such as, SUM, MIN, MAX, AVERAGE, ROUND,
IF( ) , NESTED IF ( )
2 10
8. Copying formula
9. Giving borders or grid
10. Centering headings
11. Headers & Footers
12. Centering the spreadsheet
13. Creating graphs, such as, Column, Bar and Pie
14. Linking the Spreadsheet
15. Saving, Opening & Printing the Spreadsheet

Total 16

PRACTICAL:
Skills to be developed:

1. Intellectual Skills:
1. Understanding Power Point features
2. Understanding Excel features
2. Psycho –motor skills:
1. Making presentations
2. Making spreadsheets

LIST OF PRACTICALS:
1. Exercises on MS Power Point (8 Nos.)
2. Exercises on MS Excel (3 Nos.)
Learning Resources:
Books:

Sr.No Author Title Publisher

01. Andy Rathbone Excel for Dummies Comdex Computer Publishing

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Design Process - II
Subject Code : --

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
01 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- 50@ 50

Rationale:

The above given subject is introduced to enable the student with the knowledge of
the categories of a fashion collection, current trends and adaptation of fashion statements
in their career as designers.

Objectives:

The student will be able to analyse and adapt the fashion trends related to the
above mentioned topics in their learning process as a student and as a designer.

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CONTENT; Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours


To understand the various categories of a fashion collection:
1. Haute couture
2. Formal wear
3. Semi formal wear
4. Prêt collection
1 5. Day wear 06
6. Resort wear
7. Sports wear
8. Dramatic costumes
9. Avant garde
10. Fusion wear or Diffusion wear
How to read and relate to previous and current fashion trends,
2 colour trends, fashion and colour forecast. 06

Latest developments in fashion as per the seasons spring


collection, summer collection, autumn collection, winter
collection with reference to
3 1. Different silhouettes to suit different seasons 04
2. Different colour palette to suit different seasons
3. Different fabrics to suit different seasons.
4. Different accessories to suit different seasons.
Total 16

PRACTICAL:

Skills to be developed:

1. Intellectual Skills

1. Analyze and adapt fashion trends, color trends and fashion and color forecasts
2. Understand development in fashion as per the season

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List of Practicals:

To design 2 collections at the end of semester on paper where the above


mentioned topics will be dominantly applied

Note: The above mentioned topics can be supported by field trips to related areas. E.g.
Workshops, photo shoots, garment manufacturing units, boutiques and retail shops,
textile stockists etc.

Learning Resources:

Books:

Sr.No Titles of Magazines


1 Elle, Le-officel, Verve,
2 Internet google .com
3 vogue – fashion catalogue.

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Folk Art
Subject Code : --

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
01 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- 50@ 50

RATIONALE

In the designing field today, we are constantly looking at art forms that inspire us.
The folk art of India (i.e.) the warli paintings, Madhubani paintings, Rangoli designs etc.
form a wealth of inspiration for students of fashion design.

OBJECTIVES:
The students will be able to :

Identify the various folk arts of India. They can use the inspiration for
ornamenting the fabric and creating theme based collections.

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CONTENTS: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours


1 Chromatic Value Scale 02
Key studies
2.1 High key
2 04
2.2 Middle key
2.3 Low key
3 Optical Illusions 04
Indian Folk Art
4.1 Warli Painting
4.2 Madhubani Painting (Bihar)
4.3 Kalamkari (Andhra Pradesh)
4.4 Pata Painting from Orissa
4.5 Devi Pat from Gujarat
4.6 Pabujis Fada from Rajasthan
4.7 Rangolis from various states
4 06
4.8 Rangoli from Maharashtra
ƒ Kolam from Chennai
ƒ Puvidal from Kerala
ƒ Alpona from Bengal
ƒ Muggulu from Andhra Pradesh
ƒ Chowkpurna from Madhya Pradesh
ƒ Mandana from Rajasthan
ƒ Sanzi from Bihar & U.P.
Total 16

PRACTICAL:
Skills to be developed:

1. Intellectual skills
1. Recognise and appreciate folk art of India
2. Creating innovative combinations using various folk art new color
combinations

2. Psycho Motor skills

1. Application of folk art of India for fabric ornamentation

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List of Practicals

1. Chromatic value scale - 2 assignments


2. Key studies (2 assignments each)
High
Middle
Low
2 assignments using combination of above
3. Optical Illusions - 5 assignments
4. Folk Art – Library formation of each. Using inspiration of folk art make
15 contemporary designs

Learning Resources:

Books:

Sr.
Author Title Publisher
No
1 K. Prakash Madhubani The Design Point
An invaluable book on the
2 Mandana --
original art tradition
3 Jogendra Saksena A folk art of Rajasthan Crafts of Museum
Kalamkari and Traditional
4 Shakuntala Ramani Wisdom Tree
Design Heritage of India
5 Yashodhara Dalmia The Painted World of the Warlis Lalit Kala Academy
Roxana Lehri
6 Folk Designs from India The Pepin Press
Ganga Devi Tradition and
7 Jyotindra Jain --
Expression in Mithila Painting
8 -- Rangavalli Part I to Part VI Chitra Kutira, Udipi
From the Personal Collection of
K.C. Aryan Unknown K.C. Aryan’s Home of Folk
9 Subhashini Aryan
Masterpieces of Indian Folk and Art
Tribal Art
Illustrated palmleaf manuscripts
of Orissa
Subas Pani A selection from the Orissa state
10 Orrisa State Museum
museum
A golden jubilee publication

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Course Name : Diploma in Dress Designing & Garment Manufacturing
Course Code : DD
Semester : Second
Subject Title : Career Skills-II
Subject Code : --

Teaching and Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


PAPER
TH TU PR TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL
HRS
01 -- 02 -- -- -- -- 25# 25@ 50

Notes: 1. This is a practical paper which has been segregated into Term Work and Oral
2. Internal Marking for Life Skill (Learning Skill)

RATIONALE :

A good communicator speaks well but to make it more effective uses other aids to
convey ideas in an interesting manner. Presentation, therefore, becomes a core learning
area.

Reading forms the base for knowledge. It is therefore a skill that needs to be developed.

OBJECTIVES:
The student will be able to :

1. Speak clearly
2. Make effective presentations
3. Read with concentration

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CONTENT: Theory

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours


Reading & Comprehension
a. Importance of reading well
b. Styles of reading
i. Scanning
ii. Skimming
iii. Detailed reading for extracting
information
c. Active reading
1 i. Underlining and highlighting 02
ii. Note key words
iii. Questions
iv. Summaries

d. Speeding up active reading - SQ3R Technique


e. Vocabulary

Oral Messages
a. Common Speech anxieties and ways of
eliminating them
b. Designing oral messages
ƒ Preparation
ƒ Selecting the subject
ƒ Understanding Audience
ƒ Gathering material
ƒ Evaluating material
2 ƒ Generating ideas 03
ƒ Narrowing the subject
ƒ Final Content
ƒ Choosing the title
c. Structuring the message
i. Sequential argument
ii. Question oriented
iii. Pyramid
iv. Beginning – middle - end

Learning skills
a. Introduction
b. Concept of Learning
3 c. Basic models of Learning 02
d. Principles of Learning
e. Conclusion

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ORAL
Presentation Skills Objectives
of presentation
a. Plan
b. Identify the audience
c. Structure
ƒ Sequential argument
ƒ Question oriented
ƒ Pyramid
ƒ Beginning – middle - end
e. The beginning
f. The ending
g. Visual Aids
3 h. The delivery 09
ƒ Voice and voice modulation
ƒ Techniques of speech
i. Physical attributes of the speaker
ƒ The eyes
ƒ Expression
ƒ Appearance
ƒ Posture
j. Techniques of presentation
k. Practice
l. Non verbal feedback
m. Arranging the room

Total 16

PRACTICAL:

Skills to be developed:

1. Intellectual Skills

1 Understanding concepts of designing oral messages


2. Developing ability to speak, read and comprehend
3. Develop the art of learning

LIST OF PRACTICALS:
1. Debate
2. Role play
3. Speech
4. Presentations

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Learning Resources:

Books :

Sr.No Author Title


1 Patsy Rowe Public Speaking
2 Ros Jay & Antony Jay Effective Presentations
10 Days to faster Reading The Princeton Language
3 -- Institute and Abby Marks-Beale

4 G.C. Ahuja How to read efficiently


5 Ron Fry How to improve your Reading

Websites:

Oral Presentations
http://www.griffith.edu.au/centre/gihe/griffith_graduate/toolkit/oral/why.htm

Presentations skills
http://www.etsu.edu/wcc/oral_communication_skills/sld003.htm

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