EXHIBITION
DR. MAHESWARI JAIKUMAR
maheswarijaikumar2103@gmail.com
DEFINITION
" Is a planned display of models,
charts, specimens, posters etc.,
to present the public view for
instruction a...
TYPES
1. EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION.
2. CONSUMER EXHIBITION.
3. TRADE EXHIBITION.
1. EDUCATIONAL
EXHIBITION.
• Educational exhibitions are
conducted in educational
institutions to educate the
learners.
• ...
2. CONSUMER
EXHIBITION.
2. CONSUMER EXHIBITION.
• These are horizontal markets.
• They usually involve a large
range of products from a
number of ...
3. TRADE EXHIBITION.
3. TRADE EXHIBITION.
• Are generally designed to meet
the needs of one particular type
of business or product or
country.
...
PURPOSE
• To inculcate in the minds of the
students the educational needs
to have an enquiry approach
rather than a mere s...
• To achieve specialized
knowledge among students and
aim to consider learning as an
adventure through exhibition.
• To de...
• To reveal the ideas clearly and
effectively.
• To stimulate team spirit among
students.
• To promote understanding.
• To summarize the activities that
have been completed and
emphasizing their meaning.
• To influence people to adopt
bette...
• To acquaint the public with
better standards by teaching
facts.
• To promote participation in or
to raise money for some...
• To give recognition to people
or institutions by enabling them
to display their products.
• To create market for certain...
STEPS INVOLVED IN
ORGANIZING AN
EXHIBITION
STEP-1 ASSESSMENT
• Assess the purpose of
exhibition.
• Assess the level of knowledge
of the persons for whom
exhibition i...
• Plan the exhibition according to
the curricular requirement.
STEP -2 PLANNING
• A successful exhibit starts with
a plan, based on the purpose for
which the exhibit is to be used.
• Th...
• The layout provides a way of
evaluating the finished project as
to clarity of the message,
attractiveness, completeness
...
• Although exhibits do not have
to be works of arts, but they
should be pleasing, attractive,
colourful and capable of
com...
• A variety of specialized devices
may be employed for the
arrangements of exhibits which
can be used for the classroom
te...
• Decide upon the type of
exhibits, considering the needs
of audience and specific
purpose.
• Consult local leaders and ge...
• Distribute relevant literature.
• The workshop must have the
power to attract.
STEP - 3 REQUSITES
• The exhibition should have a
central theme with a few sub
theme to focus attention to a
particular to...
• The exhibits should be placed
that most visitors can see
them.
• Since exhibition is meant to be
mainly seen, the place ...
• The exhibition must have some
exhibits with operative
mechanisms such as switches or
levers to be operated by the
visito...
• The exhibition must include a
lot of demonstration as this will
involve both students & the
visitors alike.
DEMONSTRATION
• The exhibition should be able
to relate various subjects areas
to provide integrated learning.
STEP - 4 PREPARATIONS
• Exhibits must be well prepared
such that your message is
understood by the visitors, in a
short ti...
• Limit one idea per booth or
section.
• Make the workshop timely.
• Make it durable if possible.
• Make the workshop attractive.
• Label legibly and briefly.
• The exhibit should be well
lighted.
A WELL ILLUMINATED
EXHIBITION
• See that the exhibits are so
arranged as to tell the story
without need for intrepreters.
Have a one way plan which
foll...
• If interpreters are arranged let
them be thoroughly informed
and precise in their
explanation.
• Give adequate publicity...
• The colours may be carefully
planned.
• Use sounds and variety in the
nature of exhibits.
STEP - 5 SELECTION OF
PLACE
• The exhibition should be within
the reach of the viewers.
• The area of exhibition room
shou...
• There should
be sufficient
place for the
viewers of the
exhibition to
move about.
STEP - 6 DISPLAY
• Keep the exhibition (exhibits) at
a height not less than 2 feet
and not more than 6 feet from
the floor...
ACTION IN EXHIBITS
• Place the exhibits in such a
place that it is certain to be
seen.
• An exhibit is seen, not read.
Therefore the message ...
• Motion attracts attention, so
motion pictures or motion
figures can be utilized.
STEP - 7 EVALUATION
• Evaluate effectiveness of
exhibition by analyzing
attendance enquires and
requests.
• Exhibits must ...
ADVANTAGES
• It eminently suits to teach
illiterates.
• It promotes public relations and
goodwill towards extension.
• Creates market for certain
products.
• Creates a competitive spirit.
• It reduces verbalism.
• It makes learning activity more
meaningful.
• It gives concreteness to
abstract ideas.
• It gives dainty to learning
sit...
• It gives reality to learning
situation.
• Workshop gives vividness to
learning situation.
• It helps in international
un...
DIS ADVANTAGES
• It requires much preparation
and investment.
• It cannot lend itself to all topics
and cannot be frequent...
• The whole process is
expensive.
• It needs electricity.
• It may create some negative
impression among audience.
• Many exhibits are arranged as a
matter of routine without
specific teaching aim.
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. EXHIBITION DR. MAHESWARI JAIKUMAR maheswarijaikumar2103@gmail.com
  2. 2. DEFINITION " Is a planned display of models, charts, specimens, posters etc., to present the public view for instruction and to put in a competition, advertising or entertainment". Gilbert
  3. 3. TYPES 1. EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION. 2. CONSUMER EXHIBITION. 3. TRADE EXHIBITION.
  4. 4. 1. EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION. • Educational exhibitions are conducted in educational institutions to educate the learners. • Generally these are organized by the students.
  5. 5. 2. CONSUMER EXHIBITION.
  6. 6. 2. CONSUMER EXHIBITION. • These are horizontal markets. • They usually involve a large range of products from a number of different industries on display to the general public.
  7. 7. 3. TRADE EXHIBITION.
  8. 8. 3. TRADE EXHIBITION. • Are generally designed to meet the needs of one particular type of business or product or country. • only people involved in the field are invited to attend.
  9. 9. PURPOSE • To inculcate in the minds of the students the educational needs to have an enquiry approach rather than a mere store house of information.
  10. 10. • To achieve specialized knowledge among students and aim to consider learning as an adventure through exhibition. • To develop student's abilities in imagination and train them to focus on facts and figures in a manner that will attract the attention of viewers.
  11. 11. • To reveal the ideas clearly and effectively. • To stimulate team spirit among students. • To promote understanding.
  12. 12. • To summarize the activities that have been completed and emphasizing their meaning. • To influence people to adopt better practices by arousing interest, stimulating thought and getting action.
  13. 13. • To acquaint the public with better standards by teaching facts. • To promote participation in or to raise money for some public cause or activity.
  14. 14. • To give recognition to people or institutions by enabling them to display their products. • To create market for certain commodities.
  15. 15. STEPS INVOLVED IN ORGANIZING AN EXHIBITION
  16. 16. STEP-1 ASSESSMENT • Assess the purpose of exhibition. • Assess the level of knowledge of the persons for whom exhibition is displayed.
  17. 17. • Plan the exhibition according to the curricular requirement.
  18. 18. STEP -2 PLANNING • A successful exhibit starts with a plan, based on the purpose for which the exhibit is to be used. • The plan should be visualized and this is called a "lay out". This is a rough outline with details.
  19. 19. • The layout provides a way of evaluating the finished project as to clarity of the message, attractiveness, completeness etc.,
  20. 20. • Although exhibits do not have to be works of arts, but they should be pleasing, attractive, colourful and capable of communicationg the intended message.
  21. 21. • A variety of specialized devices may be employed for the arrangements of exhibits which can be used for the classroom teaching as well as for commercial purpose.
  22. 22. • Decide upon the type of exhibits, considering the needs of audience and specific purpose. • Consult local leaders and get their co operation.
  23. 23. • Distribute relevant literature. • The workshop must have the power to attract.
  24. 24. STEP - 3 REQUSITES • The exhibition should have a central theme with a few sub theme to focus attention to a particular topic. • It should be clearly labled.
  25. 25. • The exhibits should be placed that most visitors can see them. • Since exhibition is meant to be mainly seen, the place and the exhibits should be well lighted. (sound system could also be arranged).
  26. 26. • The exhibition must have some exhibits with operative mechanisms such as switches or levers to be operated by the visitors to observe some happenings.
  27. 27. • The exhibition must include a lot of demonstration as this will involve both students & the visitors alike.
  28. 28. DEMONSTRATION
  29. 29. • The exhibition should be able to relate various subjects areas to provide integrated learning.
  30. 30. STEP - 4 PREPARATIONS • Exhibits must be well prepared such that your message is understood by the visitors, in a short time taken by them to walk by the exhibits. • Make it simple.
  31. 31. • Limit one idea per booth or section. • Make the workshop timely. • Make it durable if possible.
  32. 32. • Make the workshop attractive. • Label legibly and briefly. • The exhibit should be well lighted.
  33. 33. A WELL ILLUMINATED EXHIBITION
  34. 34. • See that the exhibits are so arranged as to tell the story without need for intrepreters. Have a one way plan which follows the development of the subject matter.
  35. 35. • If interpreters are arranged let them be thoroughly informed and precise in their explanation. • Give adequate publicity, both in advance and after the exhibition is over.
  36. 36. • The colours may be carefully planned. • Use sounds and variety in the nature of exhibits.
  37. 37. STEP - 5 SELECTION OF PLACE • The exhibition should be within the reach of the viewers. • The area of exhibition room should be sufficient to display the exhibits.
  38. 38. • There should be sufficient place for the viewers of the exhibition to move about.
  39. 39. STEP - 6 DISPLAY • Keep the exhibition (exhibits) at a height not less than 2 feet and not more than 6 feet from the floor. • Action exhibits arrtact attention.
  40. 40. ACTION IN EXHIBITS
  41. 41. • Place the exhibits in such a place that it is certain to be seen. • An exhibit is seen, not read. Therefore the message must be presented in a way as to be understood in a glance.
  42. 42. • Motion attracts attention, so motion pictures or motion figures can be utilized.
  43. 43. STEP - 7 EVALUATION • Evaluate effectiveness of exhibition by analyzing attendance enquires and requests. • Exhibits must be free from prejudices.
  44. 44. ADVANTAGES • It eminently suits to teach illiterates. • It promotes public relations and goodwill towards extension.
  45. 45. • Creates market for certain products. • Creates a competitive spirit. • It reduces verbalism.
  46. 46. • It makes learning activity more meaningful. • It gives concreteness to abstract ideas. • It gives dainty to learning situations.
  47. 47. • It gives reality to learning situation. • Workshop gives vividness to learning situation. • It helps in international understanding.
  48. 48. DIS ADVANTAGES • It requires much preparation and investment. • It cannot lend itself to all topics and cannot be frequently or widely used.
  49. 49. • The whole process is expensive. • It needs electricity. • It may create some negative impression among audience.
  50. 50. • Many exhibits are arranged as a matter of routine without specific teaching aim.
  51. 51. THANK YOU
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