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Demo Presentation for Students along with guidelines how to make and present a presentation. Presentation skills are one of the essential skill sets for students in institutions of higher learning. To help them improve their presentation skills, students are encouraged to use systematic methods to facilitate their presentations in the classroom. The main purpose of emphasizing presentation skills in higher education is to help develop professionalism in the learning environment. In this era of technological advancement, students can enhance their presentation skills using high-tech equipment, thus improving their ability to present information in a professional manner. Almost everyone agrees that student presentations benefit the presenter in significant ways. By doing presentations, students learn how to speak in front a group, a broadly applicable professional skill. They learn how to prepare material for public presentation, and practice (especially with feedback) improves their speaking skills. Presentation skills help create innovative ideas when students come up with creative and interesting slides to illustrate their talk. The use of presentation aids makes for a much more interesting talk, and the creation of such aids can help develop students’ confidence. Students are usually given 10 to 15 minutes to present a specific topic in the classroom. Thus, the more talks they give, the more they will learn. As a result, their confidence level will improve. Active involvement in classroom presentations further prepares students for interviews, conferences, forums, workshops, and debates.
Keeping these things in mind, Global College of Management organized demo presentation for student’s of grade 11 where their seniors presented their award winning presentation in front of them to showcase how to present the presentation. After that our beloved ECA coordinator Mr. Jaya Dev Gaudel gave tips to the new students on how to present in presentation.
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