This textbook provides a comprehensive look at Technical Communication in a business environment. Key communication concepts are discussed for university students or candidates interested in learning more about, or enhancing their communication skills.
In order to transfer an idea or some news, man needs some common medium of expression. Physical gestures or certain noises like crying in anger, weeping or laughing may help a person to communicate some of his feelings but in order to express his fine feelings and noble ideas, man needs some linguistic means of communication . Man invented languages which helps him to communicate and converse with different sorts of people. Today it has become an important tool of socialization as well as of trade and commerce.
Technical communication is related to science, electronics, or other technical areas. It provides the information based on data and is supposed to be accurate.
Chapter-1: Basics of Technical Communication
Chapter-2: General and Technical Communication
Chapter-3: Style in Technical Communication
Chapter-4: Preparing a Technical Document
Chapter-5: Technical Writing
Chapter-6: Basics of Business Communication
Chapter-7: Business Correspondence
Chapter-8: Business Letter Writing
Chapter-9: Some More Types of Business Correspondence
Chapter-10: Writing Resume and Letter of Job Application
Chapter-11: Technical Proposals
Chapter-12: Technical Reports
Chapter-13: A Value Based Study of George Orwell's Animal Farm
Chapter-14: Kinesics, Paralanguage, Proxemics
Chapter-15: Presentation Skills
Chapter-16: Interpersonal Communication Skills
Chapter-17: Corporate Communication Skills
Chapter-18: Group Discussion Skills
Chapter-19: Facing Interviews