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  1. Project Name :-Sector :-Project Code :-College Name :-

  2. Agenda • Objective • Team Structure • Focus • Alignment • Approach • Implementation • Sustainability

  3. Objective • Explain what your primary objective is

  4. Team Structure • Explain your team structure here with who did what

  5. Focus • Explain what was your focus during the whole project – this could be for example making sure you stayed within your budget or ensuring the objective was met or have maximum team participation/interaction

  6. Alignment • Explain here what was your alignment to from amongst the sectors of Technology, Health, Environment, Education, Agriculture • Explain here the social cause that is undertaken alongwith whether any work is already happening in that area. • Explain here what will be the social impact of the project

  7. Approach • Explain here how did you go about the Idea Generation with details around Project background, answering questions like why ; approach on how you reached for this project • Explain here if there is any Out of the Box thinking, Innovation in idea, approach & results • Describe here your scope and limitations if any

  8. Implementation • Explain your long term vision of the project • Showcase how you involved others(Society, college, media, mentors, etc) into making your project successful • Detailed road map of your project & how did you actually work according to road map

  9. Sustainability • Explain how we can utilize same idea in solving other social issues • Showcase “learning from mistakes” • Do you have a planned business model – showcase finance etc involved • How did you measure the results? How did the result impact society

  10. Rules • Duration • PPT with pictures(if any) : 7 mins • Video/interactive session with audience/feedback/testimonials(if any) : 2 mins • Q&A with judges : 2 mins • Scoring Time : 3 mins • Every team member is expected to speak during the presentation(added marks) • Preferred language of presentation : English • Dress Code : i2i T-shirts • Do not include the “tips”, “Rules” slides in your PPT(this is only for YOUR REFERENCE)

  11. TIPS

  12. General Guidelines So, what is a good presentation ? A good presentation is a “POPAT” presentation Hahaha, Stop Joking …. Seriously, a good presentation requires : • Purpose • Organization • Preparation • Audience • Time

  13. General Guidelines Cont.… Purpose Organization Preparation • Always have an outline • Tell them what you’re going to tell them, then tell them, then tell them what you told them • Hint: I am doing this for this presentation • Problem then solution • Not just “data then solution” or “solution then problem” • You need to define your purpose for giving the presentation • Teach, Persuade, Prove, Review, Expository, Impress, Put to Sleep, Entertain? • Often your goal is a high level overview, even for a technical presentation • Don’t tell them everything you did, you’ll bore them • An unprepared presenter loses the audience before even starting • Practice makes perfect and builds confidence • Arrive early, make sure everything is set up • Dress appropriately • Better to dress up than down • Slides should be done well in advance

  14. General Guidelines Cont… Audience Time • Be sure you know how much time you have while preparing the presentation • Not 5 minutes before you start • It is better to end early than to go over • Always have a watch or clock in view • You’ll never have enough time to tell everything so stick to the most important • Rule of thumb • At most 1 slide per minute of presentation • Better to plan 2 minutes for each slide • Be sure you know your audience well • Tailor presentation to your audience • Failure to do this is probably the biggest mistake people make • You should never give the same presentation twice • Are there multiple audiences? • If so, direct different slides to different audiences • Watch the audience for clues

  15. Slide Do’s and Don’ts • Your comments should be more compelling than the slides • Do include 50% white space • Do use formatting and color to emphasize (e.g. POPAT) • Do provide sources wherever necessary • Do chekyorspeling for mestakes • Typos instantly destroy credibility and conveys lack of preparation

  16. Slide Do’s and Don’ts • Don’t forget to add meaningful labels, titles, captions, etc. to graphs • Don’t use light color text • Don’t include unrelated pictures • Don’t use difficult to readfonts • Don’t overuse animation : Makes it difficult and annoying to navigate

  17. Slide Background • Do use a light background • Preferably don’t use a dark background • IF dark color back ground, -use lighter font color

  18. Delivery Do’s and Don’ts • Don’t read or “parrot” the slides / information • Do plan pace breakers for longer presentations • Do be passionate about the topic • Have fun, this is your opportunity • Don’t forget to practice • Record yourself, tape yourself, or use a mirror • Reading through slides does not count as practice If they need documentation, why give a presentation ! If your audience doesn’t know why your topic is important, you’ve lost them !

  19. Behavior Do’s and Don’ts • Do relax, use nerves to your advantage • Do use body language to help make a point • Purposeful movements • Do use appropriate posture • Don’t slouch • Sitting implies informality Avoid “Um .. um” Breathe deeply, pause as needed Don’t speak too fast 55% of communication is visual (body language, eye contact) and 38% is vocal (pitch, speed, volume, tone of voice). And only 7% is through actual words

  20. Vocal Do’s and Don’ts • Do vary your voice/pitch as per requirement • Do face audience more than slides • Don’t talk to the screen or wall • Do memorize slide numbers for key slides • Do show enthusiasm through your words Most people speak too soft, not too loud Don’t speak in monotone Use positive words more often

  21. Do’s and Don’ts Basic Principal : SMILE