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How to give final year project presentation?


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This presentation is focused on giving effective presentations. Though mainly focused on students but also helps anyone to make effective presentations. Includes tips and examples of slide layouts. The blog post with more information for the same can be found at

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How to give final year project presentation?

  1. 1. How to make effective final demo presentation? Pravin Hanchinal Co-founder & CEO INSPIRE- groups
  2. 2. presentations
  3. 3. Goal To help students to make effective presentations on their final demo.
  4. 4. Example This slide is example of Gradient background
  5. 5. This slide for example for black fonts on white background Good picture size
  6. 6. Bad picture placement example This slide is example of Gradient background
  7. 7. Don't keep slides like this! I often come across students fearing about their final presentation in their academics. So, I thought to write about it to help them to excel in final project demo and gain more marks. Let me share a funny example I gave to my students when they asked about 'How external examiners treat them?' My answer was simple. It is like you put down different types of crackers around you and examiners will burst whichever they like the most ;)
  8. 8. Some tips on your slide design: 1. Keep it simple 2. Keep font big (30 px onward is preferable) 3. Use pictures appropriately. 4. Don't mention more than 6 points 5. Add one those points which you are good at. 6. Don't use too much animations. 7. Don't use sound effects.
  9. 9. Don't use too much colors. This creates eye distraction. Use complementary colors and either white or black background (gradient if it suits) are suggested.
  11. 11. Tips at the moment of presenting Check your equipment in advance. Do not fear, this is not end of world! Trust your teachers. Don't skip slides! Don't read it like textbook. Talk in audible tone and don't engulf words. Smile and make eye contact Don't Apologize
  12. 12. Some tips on Q & A Ask yourself possible questions Learn to say NO rather confusing answers. Ask your teammate to help Confess the truth Say "Thank You" even if they made you cry!
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  16. 16. What Next? Go through this presentation again Explore more Read Documentations Experiment
  17. 17. Sample presentations