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While selecting seminar topics, first thing that comes to the mind of an MCA, Engineering student is How to give an effective paper presentation ? At a granular level, answer to this questions depends on multiple parameters. Success of presentation depends right from choosing the best seminar topics, finding right materials to make presentation, speaking on interesting and engaging aspects of the subject to better audience engagement. Based on your audience profile, a presentation can be be based on general topics or on advanced technical seminar topics based on IEEE Papers. In our website, we had provided latest seminar topics, research topics, ideas in various categories with PPT and seminar reports for free download. Now let us have a look at the important aspects that can help you in giving effective presentation.
Reference materials and case studies
It's a common practice that guide ask you to choose a topic that is new and unique. This make it hard for you and it leads you to select topics that have less materials available in public. In order to avoid this scenario, choose topics which are unique, but for which materials are available. It will be good to have look at IEEE papers, because IEEE papers will be backed by good materials and case studies. During presentation, include case studies and explain the implementation and use of the topic in real life applications. Also try to analyze recent trends in IT and other fields of engineering. To get hot topics, listen to technology news and read articles on future technology.
Choose Seminar topics that excites you
Make sure that topic you select, interests and excites you. When you are passionate about a subject, you will go an extra yard to know more about it. More over you will be able to speak fluently about the topic and helps you to answer queries from audience.
Pros and Cons of selecting a well known topic
During topic selection, you should check the reach of the topic. If the topic you choose is very well known, different areas of same topic can be selected by multiple students. So do your research, and check with you colleagues about the uniqueness of the topic. Also check your college directory and make sure that the topic you select was not taken in the past years. You can take the help of experts, to find unique content.
Choose Seminar Topics that are very focused
Its a common mistake that, students choose topics which have wide range of use. This will lead to vague presentation without having in depth information about each content. When questions are asked on the subject, you will have difficult time answering them. In order to avoid this scenario, choose topics that are very focused. You should select a particular area of the topic and explains it well. Make sure that your topic is not too technical. Audience tends to loose interest in the presentation, if you talk only about technical aspect of the subject.
Participation of Audience
For a presentation to be a success, you should have participation from audience. For that, topics you select should excite audience. They should feel that, attending this seminar will help them improve their knowledge about the topic. During presentation, use real life examples to back your presentation. This will have a big impact on audience to understand the topics well. Also you should modulate you voice, in order get attention from the audience. If you are monotonous, people will get tendency to sleep. To engage audience, you can plan for Q&A session at the end of each sub topic.
Seminar Topics based on IEEE papers
Every Year IEEE publish lot of papers in the field of Science of Technology. You can subscribe for IEEE membership and get access to these papers. These papers are written by various scholars in the domain they work. Papers will be very descriptive and informative. Topics based on IEEE papers are very well respected around the world. Students from I.T, ECE, CSE, CE, ME, EEE, MCA and MSc can make use of these IEEE papers.
Rehearse before actual Presentation
After selecting excellent and engaging seminar topic, presenter often mess up the during actual presentation. This often happens due to lack of rehearsal before presentation. It will be ideal if you rehearse your presentation 3 - 4 times before the actual presentation. This will help you to find and analyze the gaps. If you can record video or audio of your presentation during rehearsal, you can playback and analyze the gaps. It will also help you to choose appropriate words if you find some were inappropriate during playback of your presentation.
How to overcome fear during presentation
A presenter can mess up a presentation due to the fear of public speech. Most people experience fear during public speech. It's not easy to get rid of it. But your can overcome this by practicing following steps. Be confident about your topic. Don't make eye contact with a single person for not more than 3 -5 seconds. Often change your visual contact with audience.
Audience and Demographics
You should do a research on type of audience you are expecting during presentation. If the presentation is for Students,Teachers or Programmers, your presentation should be more technical. If your are addressing business people, presentation should not be too technical. You should give an overall idea about the topics and concentrate more on the financial aspect of the product or business plan you choose for presentation. if you are giving presentation to audience who are not fluent in English, you should have more slides with graphics so that ideas are conveyed in a much better way. Also you should talk really slow so that audience can pick it up.
You should reach location, 15 to 30 minutes in advance. You should use this time to boot up your laptop, check the connectivity with projector. Setting up projector usually takes time and you might need to do some research to adjust the resolution in projector. You will loose your first impression if you are doing presentation setup in front of the audience.
Outfit and Posture
You should wear formal outfit while giving presentation. Don't wear flashy dress or ornaments. Your should maintain a confident posture through out your presentation. Don't look down and try to move around a bit rather than be a statue. If you got struck at some slide, try to move to the next slide. Don't think about the slide you missed, else you will loose confidence and entire presentation will be a flop. If you are not able to answer any questions from the audience, just convey that you will get back to them once you go through more documents on the topic. Get their email id, so that you will look genuine.
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