This course aims at imparting an understanding of:
Process of Behavioural communication
Aspects of interpersonal communication and
Management of individual differences as important
dimension of IPR
First Internal Exam 20 Marks
Second Internal Exam 20 Marks
Total 40 Marks
(Total will be reduced to 20 Marks)
Class Interaction & Behaviour, 15 Marks
Presentation, Quiz, Viva,
Any other assessment
Attendance 5 Marks
Final Exam 60 Marks
Final Total 100 Marks
It addresses people's use of day-to-day behaviors as a
form of communication.
Any behavior (or its absence when one is expected)
may be judged as communicative if it has the intent to
convey a message.
For example, an expressive hairstyle, show of a certain
emotion or simply doing (or not doing) the dishes all
can be means by which people may convey messages
to each other.
Some people more than others tend to engage in
behavioral communication in spite of the alternatives
of using verbal communication.