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    •  
      • Term ‘Report’ is derived from the Latin ‘Reportare’ which means to carry back(re=back+portare=to carry).
      • A formal communication written for a specific purpose including description of procedures followed for collection and analysis of data their significance, the conclusions drawn from them and recommendations if required.
      • Routine Reports
      • Research Reports
      • Information and Analytical Reports
      • Committee Reports
      • FRONT MATTER
      • Cover
      • Title page
      • Copyright notice
      • Forwarding letter
      • Acknowledgement
      • Table of contents
      • List of illustrations
      • Abstract and Summary
      • INTRODUCTION
      • DISCUSSION or DESCRIPTION
      • RECOMMENDATION
      • APPENDICES
      • LIST OF REFERENCES
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • GLOSSARY
      • INDEX
      • An orderly and objective communication of factual information that serves a business purpose.
      • Information and Analytical reports are the two types of Business Reports .
      • Each kind of report should bring out the facts clearly.
      • It should also highlight the alternative viewpoints.
      • Pros and cons of the issue should be duly dealt.
      • The report writer should keep out any bias or exaggeration while stating the facts.
      • Appropriate annexure: covers additional information which include charts, graphs, relevant statistics, questionnaires etc.
      • We should go carefully through the notes and try to visualise the entire report before writing.
      • Follow the outline closely.
      • Start writing immediately.
      • Determining the factors of the problem.
      • Overall topics
      • Hypothesis
      • Comparisons
      • Construct the outline.
      • Outline forms the basis for the table of contents.
      • The outline is designed to meet the objective of the report.
      • Maintain a judicial attitude.
      • Consult with others.
      • At last interpretations of the findings.
        • Leak and loss of information .
        • Wrong interpretations and hence inferences.
      • In any sort of profession it is almost certain.
      • 75% of the time is spent by an engineer, business executive, Govt. officer in writing reports or processing them.
      • Large no. of important decisions in business industry or Govt. are taken on the basis of info. Presented or recommendation made in reports.
      • Rightly said that for running an industry or a business efficiently the skill of report writing is as necessary as good equipment and quality raw materials.
    • examples
      • A report on Indian Fashion Industry.
      • A report on state of design education in India.
      • A report on garment export from India.
      • A report on handloom industry in the country.
      • A report on organic farming in India.
      • A report on Hyper Markets in India.
      • A report cash and carry outlets in India.