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Communication Basics, Process and 2006 MCQs (in Hindi)
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Here Navdeep Kaur discuss Introduction to communication Basics and process of communication with June 2006 previous year Questions

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Navdeep Kaur
NET qualified with over 6 years of teaching experience. JRF Awardee & Expert in NTA UGC NET.

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and ans for one must be surveillance not content supply.
ma'am in this lecture the content u provided and the questions are not as such relatable
SSB HC communication ka question up load kyege
thanks for the lecture
Hello, in many books answer for question no. 1( the function of mass communication of supply of information, processes....) is given surveillance and not content supply ...can you please explain the concept?
Navdeep Kaur
a year ago
surveillance is correct
Karishma
a year ago
thanks
  1. Communication Full Preparation With Previous Year Questions Basics, Process, June 2006 MCQS Target JRF (for CBSE UGC NET Paper 1) By Navdeep Kaur


  2. Contents e Introduction to communication Seven C's of Effective Process of Communication Communication Classification of Communic ation Four S's of Communication Based on whom the message is addressed Theories and models of communication . Based On the basis of the medium Barriers to Communication employed Objectives/Purpose Of Communication Evaluation Of Communication Effectiveness Overcoming Communication Barriers 2004 to 2017 Previous Year Questions . . Current Affairs


  3. Introduction to communication Communication is defined as "the process of passing information and understanding from one person to another, it is essentially a bridge of meaning between people" Al communication is essentially sharing of information or some message. Communication is the most important part of our social activities.


  4. In terms of Business "Communication is an important requirement of every business. A businessman participates in the process of communication in many ways. For instance, he informs the consumer about his product, he motivate them to do the work or collects information about the progress of business etc."


  5. Three Simple Definitions Communication means sharing of information . Communication is the giving and receiving of messages Communication is the transfer of information from one or more people to one or more other people


  6. Meaning of Communication The term communication is derived from the latin word "communis" or "communicare" which means to make common. Thus communication means to make common facts, information's, thoughts and requirements. Communication therefore is the exchange of thoughts, message, information etc. by way of speech, signal or in writing. Communication is two way process and works well with feedback, this helps to confirm that intended message has been successful.


  7. Process of Communication Fields of Experience Channel [MESSAGE Source/ Encoding/ Receiver / Decoding Audience Sender Noise Response Feedback Loop


  8. Process of Communication Communication is effective when a concise and clear message is delivered well, received successfully and understand fully. The process of communication has the following distinct components: . Sender has an idea Sender encodes the idea Sender transmits the message through medium Receiver gets the message Receiver decodes the message Receiver sends feedback . . Feedback in the communication process is the response that gives us some indication of how effectively we communicate. It is the gauge of efficiency in communication


  9. Meaning of Communication The term communication is derived from the latin word "communis" or "communicare" which means to make common. Thus communication means to make common facts, information's, thoughts and requirements. Communication therefore is the exchange of thoughts, message, information etc. by way of speech, signal or in writing. Communication is two way process and works well with feedback, this helps to confirm that intended message has been successful.


  10. Meaning of Communication The term communication is derived from the latin word "communis" or "communicare" which means to make common. Thus communication means to make common facts, information's, thoughts and requirements. Communication therefore is the exchange of thoughts, message, information etc. by way of speech, signal or in writing. Communication is two way process and works well with feedback, this helps to confirm that intended message has been successful.


  11. June 2006 1. The function of mass communication of supplying information regarding the processes issues events and societal developments is known as: (A) content supply (B) surveillance (C) gratification (D) correlation Answer A 2. The science of the study of feedback systems in humans, animals and machines is known as: (A) cybernetics (B) reverse communication (C) selectivity study (D) response analysis Answer A Cybernetics is a transdisciplinary approach for exploring regulatory systems-their structures, constraints, and possibilities.


  12. 3. Networked media exist in inter-connected: (A) social environments (B) economic environments (C) political environments (D) technological environments Answer D 4. The combination of computing, telecommunications and media in a digital atmosphere is referred to as: (A) online communication (B) integrated media (C) digital combine (D) convergence Answer D


  13. Thank you Next Lesson will be on Classification and Objectives/Purpose of Communication Rate and review the course Recommend the course to your friends


  14. Classification of Communication Based on whom the message is addressed We classify communication according to the number of persons (receivers) to whom the message is addressed:


  15. Based On the basis of the medium employed Verbal Communication: It means communicating with words, written or spoken. Verbal communication consists of speaking, listening, writing, reading, and thinking. It may further be classified as Oral or Written Communication. Non-verbal communication: . It includes using of pictures, signs, gestures, and facial expressions for exchanging information between persons. It is done through sign language, action language, or object language. Non-verbal communication flows through all acts of speaking or writing. It is a wordless message conveyed through gestures (sign), movements (action language), and object language (pictures/clothes) and so on. Further non-verbal communication can be identified by personal space (proxemics), sense of smell (olfactics) and time (chronemics)


  16. Meta Communication: . Here the speaker's choice of words unintentionally communicates something more than what the actual words state . For example, a flattering remark like "I've never seen you so smartly dressed" could also mean that the regular attire of the listener needed improvement. Formal Communication: A formal channel of communication can be defined as a means of communication that is formally controlled by managers or people occupying positions in an organization. The communication flows through formal channels, that is, officially recognized positions along the line in the organization. This ensures that the information flows orderly, timely, and accurately. Any information, decision, memo, reminder etc. will follow this path. . .


  17. Informal Communication: Side by side with the formal channel of communication every organization has an equally effective channel of communication that is the informal channel It is not officially sanctioned, and quite often it is even discouraged or looked down upon. But, then, it is very much there, and has been given the name 'grapevine' precisely because it runs in all directions-horizontal, vertical, diagonal. As the management experts put it, "it flows around water coolers, dowrn hallways, through lunch rooms, and wherever people get together in groups"


  18. Lateral Communication When communication takes place between two or more persons who ar subordinates working under the same person, or those who are working on the same level, it is called lateral or horizontal communication A good example of this kind of communication is that between functional managers. It is necessary for the reviewing of the activities assigned to various subordinates having identical positions Diagonal Communication: Diagonal or Crosswise communication includes flow of information among persons at different levels who have no direct reporting relationships . As an example, the Communication between the Training Supervisor and Marketing Manager, regarding the Training of a few employees of Marketing Department, is Diagonal Communication. This kind of communication is used to speed up information flow, to improve understanding, and to coordinate efforts for the achievement of organizational objectives.


  19. Objectives/Purpose Of Communication The objectives of communication are dynamic and ever-changing. Some of the common objectives of official communication are to get or give information, to ask for or give instructions or advice or suggestions, to make requests, to persuade other people to agree with us. . . . Sometimes, we communicate with the intention of complaining, or warning; but . If we learn to complain and warn in an acceptable and constructive manner, our . In order to caution, counsel, clarify, apprise, evaluate, reprimand, organize and unfortunately, we do this angrily and get into arguments. serious intention can be conveyed quite effectively without damaging relationships. numerous such objectives, we make use of communication.


  20. Thank you Next Lesson will be on Seven C's, Four S's of Effective Communication Dec 2006, June 2007 MCQS Rate and review the course Recommend the course to your friends


  21. Contents e Introduction to communication Seven C's of Effective Process of Communication Communication Classification of Communic ation Four S's of Communication Based on whom the message is addressed Theories and models of communication . Based On the basis of the medium Barriers to Communication employed Objectives/Purpose Of Communication Evaluation Of Communication Effectiveness Overcoming Communication Barriers 2004 to 2017 Previous Year Questions . . Current Affairs


  22. Seven C's of Effective Communication: These are the Seven terms, starting with the letter C, which make communication more understandable, valuable and effective. C' s Credibility Builds trust Courtesy Clarity Correctness Builds confidence Consistency Introduces stability Concreteness Reinforces confidence Conciseness saves time Relevance Improves relationships Makes comprehension easier


  23. Four S's of Communication: Four terms starting with letter S, which add to the value of the message in Communication Sincerity . Simplicity . Shortness . Strength


  24. December 2006 1. Which one of the following can be termed as verbal communication? (A) Prof. Sharma delivered the lecture in the class room. (B) Signal at the cross-road changed from green to orange. (C) The child was crying to attract the attention of the mother (D) Dipak wrote a letter for leave application Answer A 2. Which is the 24 hours English Business news channel in India? (A) Zee News (B) NDTV 24x7 (C) CNBC (D) India News Answer C


  25. iii) The National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC) based in Mumbai is the central agency established in 1975 Film journalist and former editor of Filmfare, B. K. Karanjia remained the chairman of the NFDC for several years, he had been instrumental in the establishment of its predecessor, Film Finance Corporartion. Director Ramesh Sippy took over the position of chairman of NFDC in 2012. He replaced actor Om Puri who was appointed in 2008 iv) Preeti Zinta never got Dada Saheb Phalke Award. Dadasaheb Phalke Award/Winners (2017) Kasinathuni Viswanath


  26. 4. Which of the following pair is not correctly matched? (A) N. Ram: The Hindu (B) Barkha Dutt: Zee News (C) Pranay Roy: NDTV 24x7 (D) Prabhu Chawla: Aaj taak Answer E 5. "Because you deserve to know" is the punchline used by: (A) The Times of India (B) The Hindu (C) Indian Express (D) Hindustan Times Answer D 6. Which is the dress of the heroine in Veer-Zaara? (A) Traditional Gujarati Clothes (B) Traditional Bengali Clothes (C) Traditional Punjabi Clothes (D) Traditional Madras Clothes Answer C