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Cracking Group Discussion Tips!

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Hone your Public Speaking Skills!

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Drafting a Mail!

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Top Presentation Preparation!

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Active Listening, The First Step to Develop Communication!

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Speaking for Better Speaking!

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Think Right To Communicate!



Thinking/Perception to begin Communication:

We are judged by our thoughts on people, objects and situations. Generally people think negative if a situation goes out of hand however right people will think to solve the situation by taking responsibility.

Before we communicate with others, we must always have a positive thinking or perception. Many students fear to communicate due to negative mindset. Let us always remember the fact that we are communicating with people to convey a message across than trying to prove who is better in communication. The message we communicate is more important than others communication.

 When we start communicating with this mindset where message is more significant than the way it is communicated, we will be positive in our approach and would start communicating with many people.

We need to come out of our comfort zone to interact with more people. In other sense, when we attend classes in college, our regular comfort zone is to sit in the class to listen to the lectures, ask doubts if any, interact with our friends, peers, and lecturers with the language we are comfortable with.

We have to come out of comfort zone by attending workshops, participating in activities, engaging more in industry experts, guest lectures, give seminars, presentations, participate in group discussions and more necessarily actively participating technical events or fests and also being a part of the organizing team.