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Exercise: 1

SELF -INTRODUCTION

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EXERCISE NO :1
EXERCISE DETAILS : Self Introduction

Write a self – Introduction:

Sample Self-Introduction:

Good morning sir/madam,

It's my pleasure to introduce myself. I'm Sunil from Delhi. Currently, I'm pursuing my final year
Electronics and Communication Engineering from ABC college of Engg and Tech with an
aggregate of 79%. I completed my +2 from ABC senior secondary school.

My father is a government employee and my mother is a home maker. I am a problem-solver and


I’m very orientated towards producing results. I enjoy challenges because they give me a unique
opportunity to put my head down and come up with a solution. And I do, every time; I am not
afraid to take risks and do things differently, although I never dive into something without
calculating the risk.

My strengths are I am a self motivated person, self disciplined as well as has a good ability to
lead the team. I can adopt to any kind of environment. I am a good listener and quick learner.My
weakness is I can not tolerate any leniency in work.

My short term goal is I want a platform where I can grow my career along with the organisation
growth.My Long term goal is I want to be one of the reason for the success of the organization.

Thats all about me sir. Thank you for giving me such a wonderful oppurtunity.

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Exercise: 2

CONVERSATIONS

EXERCISE NO : 2(a)

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EXERCISE DETAILS : Speaking Exercises (Formal Conversations)

Questions:

1. Write a dialogue between a manager and his client.


(OR)

2. Write a dialogue between a professor and his student regarding project work.

EXERCISE NO : 2(b)
EXERCISE DETAILS : Speaking Exercises (Informal Conversations)

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Questions:

1. Write a dialogue between two friends on the topic of air pollution.


(OR)

2. Mr. Ravi was caught by the traffic police inspector for breaking the rules of traffic. Report the
coversation between the police inspector and Mr. Ravi in a suitable way.

Exercise:3

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PRESENTATION SKILLS

EXERCISE NO :3
EXERCISE DETAILS : Presentation Skills

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Prepare a presentation on a multinational company of your choice using PowerPoint slides.
Include the following details of the company in your presentation.

1. Company Details

a) Name of the Company


b) Year of Establishment
c) Location of the Company
d) Key Executives
e) Etc......

2. History of the company

a) Evolution of the company


b) Awards and achievements
c) Etc.....

3. Company Ethics

a) Vision and Mission


b) Objective and Goal
c) Job Recruitment process (compulsory)
d) Food and Dress Etiquettes
e) Quality and Safety policy

4. Nature of business and major products

a) Management Structure
b) Annual turnover
c) Products

5. Projects under taken and valued list of clients.

a) Major projects
b) Major clients

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Exercise:4

GROUP DISCUSSION

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EXERCISE NO :4
EXERCISE DETAILS : Group Discussion

Group Discussion topics:

1. Brain- Drain has to be stopped


2. Capital Punishment should be encouraged or discouraged?
3. Impact of social media on youth
4. Euthanasia ( mercy killing ) – right or wrong
5. Foreign culture is destroying our culture
6. Is it essential to think & dream big?
7. Bribing is corrupting our country, what do you think we can do about stopping it?
8. Social networking sites ruins or recreates today’s generation?
9. The education system needs serious reforms.
10. Voters, not, political parties are responsible for the criminalization of politics.
11. Is IPL spoiling cricketers by showing a lot of money?
12. Criticism...is good!
13. Mobile phone a ban or a boon.
14. Principles of Mahatma Gandhi; are they valid today?.
15. Why are we lagging at Olympics?
16. Indian villages - our strength or our weakness?
17. Whether Hard-Working or Smart-Working is Desirable?
18. Commercial tourism should be enhanced or not?
19. Honesty is the best policy. Does it still work?
20. “Hospital” service sector or earning sector
21. Education is business today.
22. India or western countries, which is the land of opportunities.

Sample Group Discussion:

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DISCUSSED TOPIC: Impact of social media on youth

PARTICIPANTS:

1. Greeshma.G.R.
2. A.Johnsree
3. Jothilingam
4. Karthick.R

POINTS DISCUSSED:

 Social media refers to the mean of interactions among people in which they share and
exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and network. For example :
Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, googleplus, ask.fm etc.
 The social networking websites can be accessed from any part of the globe.
 It helps students in interacting with one another and share ideas. This helps in improving
students creativity.
 Increase general knowledge and awareness of students.
 Saves time and cost by facilitating faster communication.

DECISIONS TAKEN:

 Youth need to be taught of the dangers of putting their personal informations on online.
 Parents and their children should establish privacy settings and the children should learn
to check to be sure that their privacy settings have not changed.
 Parents need to work with their children on using safety precautions when on social
media sites.
 Thirty percent of youth surveyed by the national school board association reported
posting inappropriate pictures and sharing personal information with strangers is
dangerous.

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Exercise: 5

DEBATE

EXERCISE NO :5
EXERCISE DETAILS : Debate

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Debate Topics:

 Is animal testing a justified?


 Is the death penalty appropriate? Or should it be banned?
 Should cell phones be used during class?
 Should laptops be allowed in classrooms?
 Is global warming an issue?
 Is there good reason for the American war on terror?
 Does school detention do any good in high schools?
 What impact does social networking and social networking sites have on society?
 Is euthanasia justified?
 Are video games containing violence appropriate for children?
 Are single sex schools more effective than co-ed schools?
 Is television an effective tool in building the minds of children?
 Should jobs be subcontracted into developing countries?
 Is cloning animals ethical?

Sample Debate:

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Discussed Topic: Academic Excellence is the only requirement for a successful career.

For the motion:


"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it from you."
Respected judges and my worthy opponents, I stand before you all to speak in favour of the
motion: "Academic excellence is the only requirement for a successful career".
Right to Education is the fundamental right of every child in the age group of six to fourteen
years. The education system in the primary years is designed so as to provide basic
knowledge of each subject and help the youth of today to choose their subject of interest for
its deeper study that can only be provided effectively through universities. It plays a key role
in the development of society and nation. Information cannot be converted into knowledge
without education. Education makes us capable of interpreting things, among other things.
It helps in raising future leaders by providing them clear understanding and developing
decision making abilities. It makes them resourceful and competent. Excellence in
academics prepares children for the competition ahead and teaches them to work hard as
well.
Moreover, Excellency will ensure admission to the best universities for higher education that
provide exposure and a kick start to their career. To conclude, I would say that one who has
it's academic future choices sorted out, has it's career planned out.
"The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth."Â
Thank you.
Against the motion:
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! My topic for the day is "Academic excellence is the
only requirement for a successful career" and I choose to speak against the motion.
"The goal of education is to raise the leaders of tomorrow". But my question is, How is it that
most of the leaders of today happen to be college dropouts? This is because having
degrees cannot ensure success. It fails to impart the life skills and polish personality of an
individual. They can surely give you an overview of a subject but fail to provide an overview
of how the world works. It does not ensure skills and competencies. It tells people what to
think instead of how to think and the end results is that, the society now has just robots who
have switched their minds off only to believe what is being taught.
One's attitude towards life is what brings success. Undoubtedly, academic Excellencies can
provide you degrees or may even land you at a job, but, your success depends upon how
you think, behave, walk, talk and present yourself. It has been rightly said,
"Education produces great employees in the market, not employers".
Thank you.

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