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    • Report Writing
      Abhishek Shukla
    • What is Report
      Reports are designed to convey and record information that will be of practical use to the reader. It is organized into discrete units of specific and highly visible information.  Reports are often used to display the result of an experiment, investigation, or inquiry. The audience may be public or private, an individual or the public in general. Reports are used in government, business, education, science, and other fields.
    • Essence of Report Writing
      Reports are like another form to communicate effectively. They are also a way to analyze ones knowledge and skills. Once information is in hand the main thing is how one manages to organize and presents the information. The proper formatted reports are one of the most essential tools used for business proposals and by a number of organizations. These reports when are read by the targeted person will provide useful information in such a good manner that will increase your credibility as a person and as an organization as well.
    • Steps in report Writing
      • Define objective
      • Collection of facts
      • Analysis of facts
      • Drawing conclusion
      • Set up recommendation
    • Planning and Preparation
      • Define the problem & purpose
      • Develop a central idea
      • Identify Issues involved
      • Identify sources of data
      • Decide methods of data collection
      • Define criteria for analysis
      • Prepare an outline of report
    • Structure & Layout of Report
      Front Matter
      • Cover page
      • Title page
      • Letter of Transmittal
      • Preface
      • Foreword
      • Acknowledgement
      • Table of contents
      • List of illustrations
      • Abstract
    • Main Matter
      • Introduction
      • Description
      • Analysis
      • Conclusion
      • Recommendation
      • Summary
    • Back Matter
      • Appendices
      • References
      • Bibliography
      • Glossary
      • Index
    • Types of Report based on Purpose
      • Progress Report
      • Routine Report
      • Statutory Report
      • Persuasive Report
      • Policy Manuals
      • Status Report
      • Research Report
    • Types of Report based on function
      • Informative
      • Evaluative/Interpretative
      • Routine
    • Effective Report Writing
      • The language has to be objective,direct,clear and understandable.
      • Literary or ornamental words are avoided.
      • No emotional words or expression.
      • Facts and data is concrete and relevant.
      • Analysis presented is truthful and impartial.
      • Variety and Creativity in presenting thoughts.
      • Clichés have to be avoided.
      • Avoid jargons.
      • Avoid foreign words.
      • Avoid complex sentences.
      • Use illustrations in proper format.
    • Thank You