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Basic of Communication - Process of Communication (NTA UGC NET).
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Rashmi Vishwakarma
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  1. COMMUNICATION PROCESS BY- RASHMI VISHWAKARMA


  2. PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION +The rocess of communication can be viewed as six point process. +1. Conception +2. Encoding + 3. Channel selection +4. Decoding +5. Interpreta 6. Feedback


  3. CONCEPTION The process of communication start with the idea of the message. This process may be instantaneous, that is, invention of message does not need serious reasoning.


  4. ENCODING THE MESSAGE +In the communication process, sender sends the message. To encode the message, sender nets to port the message into suitability form such that no one except the intended receiver understands the meaning of the message. +The sender has the duty to ensure that language, vocabulary, symbols, pictures and signs used will convey the intended meaning to the receiver.


  5. SELECTION OF SUITABLE CHANNEL +To send the message sender needs to choose the media channel. The actual transformation of the message from sender to receiver takes place inside the channel. +Factors to be considered in deciding on a suitable channel include speed, cost,convenience, confidentiality, distance considerations as well as the nature and ty e of message.


  6. DECODING THE MESSAGE +Whenever receiver receives the message from sender, the message is actually encoded message. In order to give the response to the sender, receiver needs to decode the message for effective understanding. +It is totally the responsibility of the receiver to decode the message correctly


  7. INTERPRETATION OF THE MESSAGE +Decoding the message and interpretation of the message looks similar. But, decoding the message means get the original message from the encoded message. After receiver gets the original message it is the receiver responsibility to interpret the meaning of the message properly


  8. INTERPRETATION OF THE MESSAGE +The interpretation made by receiver may be d if sender sends the message in complex way which may be unknown by the receiver.


  9. FEEDBACK +After receiver gets the message and interpreted correctly, it needs to tell the sender that the message is received correctly. The way by which Sender confirms the receiver about the message delivery is called feedback.


  10. FEEDBACK +Without feedback, whole communication rocess is unsuccessful. De endin9 on the type of communication, feedback could be oral, written or involve the use of body language