Thursday, 19 September 2013

OFFICE CORRESPONDENCE - MEMO - DRAFTING

OFFICE CORRESPONDENCE  - MEMO - DRAFTING 

At present, I am teaching ‘Office correspondence’, where they need to study the following correspondences
1.   Memo
2. Order
3. Notice and,
4. Circular.

Out of all, today, I taught, ‘How to draft Memo?’

The basic function of a memo is to solve a specific problem by making the reader aware of specific information.

A memo can be written to persuade others to take action or give specific feedback on a particular matter.

When written properly, memos can be very effective in connecting the concern or issue of the writer with the best interests of the reader.

Students, read the objectives questions of Office Correspondence.

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