A report means to bring back, as an answer; to announce in return; to relate as what has been discovered by a person sent to examination, explore, or investigate; as Engineers reports their work or experiment.
We hope that you found what you do in these communication courses stimulating, challenging and most of all, useful. They are designed to develop and extend skills you will use in your professional life. We also expect you will find the course useful in the range of communication tasks you will have as a student. The subjects issue an invitation to you to consciously become a researcher.
Report writing is a formal report – refers in addition to the sources of the information incorporated within the document; this is done in terms of categories of sources. (I.e. general statements about how and where you gather your information from books, article, statistics, other report, interviews, e.t.c.
1.0Introduction to Report Writing.
1.1Report of a Laboratory Experiment.
1.2 Introduction to Log Book.
1.3Difference reasons for reporting Engineering work.
1.4 Methods of Report Writing.
2.0Introduction to Project Proposal.
2.1Purpose of writing proposal.
3.0Various sections of a Project Proposal.
3.1Explanation of sections of a Project Proposal.
3.2Project report based on item listed on 3.1.
4.0Introduction to Non-Technical report writing.
4.1Purpose of a Non-Technical report writing.
4.2Contents of Non-Technical report.
4.3A Non-Technical report based on item in 4.2.
5.0 A Laboratory report on the verification of ohm’s laws
5.1 Student practical performance on the following topics
(A)A Project Proposal for customer requiring the Aerial installation
(B)A report on the wiring of a room.
(C)An essay on some research topic such as supply for electrical energy to a typical house in Nigeria.
(D) A Project report to a manager in the midway of the Aerial installation.