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ELECTIW COURSE IN ENGLISH (BEGE-103) ComnuuricationSkills in Englhh ASSIGNMENT Programbe: BDP Assignment Code: BEGE.~o~/TMA/~~ 1I- 12

Dear Student,
Herewith is an assignment for you. Through this assignment we would help you in assessing your progress in the study of this course. Before attempting the assignment read the directions given below: 1) In this assignment two kinds of questions have been asked. The first kind of questions test your comprehension of the materials presented in the units. The second kind will test your ability to creatively apply them in real life situation. The aim of this course is to enable you to use the English language in real life situations effectively and creatively. Most of the questions are of the second kind, as they will help you to use English. 2) While writing the assignment keep the purity of your language and readability of your answer in mind

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If you wish to get a high grade keep the following in mind:

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1. Read the detailed instructions on assignments given in the Programme Guide for the Elective Courses. 2. Write your name, enrolment number, full address and date on the top right corner odthe first page of your answer sheet(s). 3. Write the Course Title, Assignment Number and the Name of the Study Centre you are attached to in the centre of the first page of your response sheet(s).

ENROLMENT NO.: ................................................. NAME:............................................................... ADDRESS:. .........................................................

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....................................................................... COURSE TITLE:. .................................... ASSIGNMENT NO:. ................................ STUDY CENTRE. ................................... DATE:....................................... 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Use only foolscap size paper for your response and tag all the pages carerlly. Write the relevant question number with each answer. You should write in your own handwriting. Submission: The completed assignment should be sent to the Coordinator of the Study Centre allotted to you by 31" March, 2012 (for July 2011 session) and 3othSept. 2012 (for January 2012 session).

Note: Remember the submission o assignment is precondition o pennisbn o f f f appearing inwill not be allowed to examanation. Ifyou have not submitted the assignment in time you appear in mmination.

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Elective Course in English (BEGE-103) Communication Skills in English ASSIGNMENT i

Programme: BDP Assignment Code: EEG-O3/TMA/201 1 12 M x Marks: (20x5) = 100 a.

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littempt all the questions below:

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1. Write in your own words about the value of body language and silence in communication.

Support your observations with good examples from life. examples.

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2. What is small talk? What is its importance in life? Illustrate your answer with interesting 1 ,

3. Imagine that you are in search of employment with a company or govemhent dkpa.rtmed. What do's and dont's your worrld keep in mind in your job-hunt? (20)

4. Imagine that your have had an interview for some position in a company or government

department. Write a resume of your interview.

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5. Below you have a brief speech of Sarojini Naidu. Comment upon the figures of speech We and rhetorical devices used in i ~ . have provided you a brief background of the speech

SAROJINI NAIDU: THE BATTLE OF FREEDOM IS OVER

Let's examine a lecture of Sxujini Naidu (1879-1949), she delivered on All India Radio on 15 August, 1947, i.e. on the occasion of our independence. She must have been heard then as a leading poetess and as the first Indian female President of the Congress party. She was also later the first wonian Governor of UP (1947-49). Read the piece below carefully

THE BATTLE OF FREDOM IS OVER
I . Oh, world of free nations, ort this day of our freedom, we greet you. Oh, worlcl of natioizs...
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