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Presentation Competition by C.O.D.E. club of Inmantec
February 15, 2020 - February 22, 2020
Gone are the days when markers and whiteboards were used in boardrooms of corporates. This is the digital age, and everyone around us is making use of effective tools to communicate their ideas.PowerPoint presentations keep the audience engaged and excited, also, not letting them lose their concentration. Great PPTs attract and convince potential customers in a business, using the sense of both sight and sound simultaneously. The audience understands the content, enjoys the visuals and remembers the presentation for a long time. Impactful presentations will help you deliver the message effectively and convince the audience.
As future leaders, students would be required to make such presentations. Effective presentations help the listener understand the concept better and, instead of sulking and yawning faces, you find a rapt audience. Great presentations unite all of the above ideas.
find a rapt audience. Great presentations unite all of the above ideas.
We, at INMANTEC recognize the importance of PowerPoint presentations for BCA aspirants. Therefore, to help Students to master PowerPoint, and thus, make you effective communicators, the C.O.D.E Club of BCA Department has come up with a PresentationCompetition on 22 Feb 2020 .
Take part in the contest and you stand a chance to win attractive prizes.
Send in your entries at firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 February 2020.
Students will be given 5-7 minutes to present on the following topics. The assessment criteria is attached for your reference.
PRESENTATION COMPETITION TOPICS
|Big Data Analysis
|Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Assessment Criteria of Presentation Competition
|Marks out of 5
|Did the presenter use language and terminology that was clear and understandable?
|Was the pace of the talk effective?
|Did the presenter use non-verbal communication (i.e. eye contact, voice modulation, body language, etc.) effectively?
|Did the slide enhance, rather than detract from, the talk – was it clear, legible, and concise?
|Did the talk help you to understand the scholarly research and creativity?
|Did the presenter clearly outline the nature and purpose of the scholarly research and creativity?
|Did the presenter clearly indicate what is interesting about the scholarly research and creativity?
|Did the talk follow a logical sequence?
|Was the talk engaging?
|Did the talk inspire you to want to know more?
|Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their work?
|Did the presenter capture and maintain your attention?
|Did the presenter able to adhere the timelines