Technical Paper presentation always gives an extra edge to engineering students apart from crowd, if you start participating in paper presentations your stage fear will be eloped, you will feel much confident in everything you do, you will be having broader knowledge of topics. Apart from all this Every interviewer is always looking for student who has presentation skills apart from technical skills, so it helps you in fetching a job where you need to put only 50% efforts if you participated in any paper presentations in past. While those who didnt participated are having less chance of getting selected.
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Latest Paper Presentation Topics for IT ,CSE & ECE Engineering Students Suggested for the month of Feb 2011.
1) Future of Newspapers – AMOLED Technology.
2) Artificial Intelligence Software 2011 – Supercomputer Defeats Humanity.
3) TransferJet Coupler Technology – High Speed Communication Between Eletronic Device
4) Internet Enabled Navigation Using GPRS to Enhance Traffic Routing.
5) 4G Evolution “ Networks of Networks”
These topics are closely related to IT(Information Technology),CSE(Computer Science Engineering),ECE engineering students , but when you present a paper then its not mandatory that it should be of your branch, even electrical Engineering student or either Mechanical Engineering or management student or civil engineering student, can opt for latest technology topics.
Paper Presentation skills is to prove how much command you are having on your selected topic and the way you deliver it despite of selected topic and branch you are enrolled for.
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