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seminar is simple.. culect full details about your topic.. u vl arise few questions ask yorself and find answer... when you are going to present think you are only one know about your topic
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thanks for these amazing tips to attend the seminar !!
The seminar usually consists of any analysis done by each student on any relevant engineering subject / subject under the sun. (It is not really necessary .. It can be on any subject in this universe) The subject and its contents will be related to advances in Engineering research, industrial practices, new design and operating methods, environmental analysis or solutions To prolonged life problems, etc... Students will pick up relevant materials with appropriate references (such as seminar resources) and prepare a brief report in a specified format. Before this, you may be asked to submit a summary of the issues you are going to submit well in advance.
1). Memorize - this is absolutely the worst way to keep a record of the material. People are preoccupied with trying to remember the words they should say and not the ideas behind the words (or the audience). As a result, normal voice inflection disappears. With memorization, mental blocks become inevitable. With memorization is not a question of "will" that is forgotten; It's a question of WHEN!
2). Reading the full text - Listening to someone who reads a speech or presentation is hated by most people. People say, "If that's all they were going to do is read your speech, I could have read it myself." I am sure many of us have experienced this at least once attending a conference or two. Here are some reasons why I think people read badly:
3). Using Notes - This is the most common way to remember the material. The use of notes is better than reading since the speaker can have a normal voice inflection and make a more effective eye contact. If your notes are on the lectern, you probably will not move very far from them. If the notes are in your hand, you probably will not gesticulate much.
4). Use of visual aids as notes - Simple visual aids can effectively serve as headings and subheadings. Speak with the header. Say what you want to say and move on. If you forget something, it's fine; The audience will never know unless you tell them.
Practice creating just a few meaningful titles to use and practice using just these headlines as your "cues." This will take practice, but practicing using only these few words will force you to better internalize your speech.