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					                ENG201 (Business & Technical English)


Spring 2012
Assignment no. 03
Total Marks: 15

Objectives:

       To assess students’ knowledge and ability to write reports.


Instructions
   1. Late assignments will not be accepted.
   2. If the file does not properly run, it will be marked zero.
   3. Plagiarism will never be tolerated. Plagiarism occurs when a student uses
      work done by someone else as if it was his or her own.
   4. If any assignment is found copied work, no marks will be awarded and the case
      may be referred to the academics for disciplinary action.
   5. No assignment will be accepted through e-mail.
   6. The font color should be preferably black and font size should be 12 Times New
      Roman.



Q1: You are required to write a feasiblity report of preparing an interface to
communicate with all the staff simultaneoulsy. Being the manager of information
technology department in a local company, write a feasibility report in order to
convey the possibilty and importance of the assigned project.
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Solution:


Students are supposed to write according the given superstructure. Generally reports can
be written in memo or letter format.

                                      Introduction

Identify a problem or goal that is significant from the point of view of your employer or
client
                                          Criteria

Criteria often address one or more of the following questions:
     Will the course of action really do what’s wanted?
     Can we implement it?
     Can we afford it?
     Is it desirable?


                                Method of obtaining facts

Assure your readers that your facts form a sound basis for your decision-making. The
source of your facts will depend upon the nature of your study:
    Library research
    Calls to manufacturers
    Interviews
    Meetings with other experts in your organization
    Surveys
    Laboratory research


                           Overview of alternatives [optional]

You may sometimes need to provide extensive background information or otherwise
explain the alternative to your readers.

                                         Evaluation

The heart of a feasibility report is the detailed evaluation of the course or courses of
action, you studied

                                        Conclusions

 Your conclusions are your overall assessment of the feasibility of the courses of action

                                    Recommendations

It is customary to end a feasibility report by answering the decision-maker’s question
“What do you think we should do?”
Q.2. Distinguish as Adverb, Preposition or Conjunction, each of the italicized words
in the following sentences.                                               (5marks)
1. He came before me.
2. He came two hours before.
3. He came before I left.
4. Have you ever seen him since?
5. I have not seen him since Monday.



Solution

1. He came before me.       (Preposition)

2. He came two hours before. (Adverb)

3. He came before I left.    (Conjunction)

4. Have you ever seen him since?      (Adverb)

5. I have not seen him since Monday. (Preposition)

				
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