SK-101 Communication & Presentation Skills


Credit Hours = 0
Contact Hours = 3


S. No. CLOs Taxonomy
1 Acknowledge the importance of communication and presentation skills for becoming an effective engineer in industry Affective
Level 1*
2 Responding to queries and issues of the team members during formal meetings Affective
Level 2*


  • How to open a presentation: The students would learn the appropriate ways to grab the attention of the audiences before the start of the presentation. The will learn about the importance of gesture and body language.
  • Knowing your audience: It is important to know about one’s own audience and their specific taste for information and its depth. This plays an effective role in keeping them engage and let them absorb your case.
  • Keeping up your energy: While the information being presented it is equally important that the speaker does not get tired. The audience can feel the energy of the speaker and the impact of the presentation then gets solely depends upon how the speaker manages to keep their attention.
  • Building rapport: Trust is important element for the audience which is speaker needs to present its credentials in way that it sounds convincing enough to listen to the speaker’s point of view. Students will learn how to cultivate their trust in the audience.
  • Body language and non-verbal communication: Body Language is an important factor in persuading your audience towards your point of view. Students will learn about importance of body language in this regard.
  • Facilitative Style: A speaker should know how to illicit response from the audience which helps in getting its point across. Students will learn styles of speaking to persuade their listeners.
  • Voice Tonality: The content of the presentation require different tones of voices for its delivery. Here, students will learn how to tune their voice according to the information in the matter.
  • Ending with impact: An appropriate ending is crucial for all presentation and which is also defines its overall success. Students will learn best ways to conclude their work.

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