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Notice Writing Class 12 Format, Examples, Topics, Exercises

Notice Writing Class 12 Format, Examples, Topics, Exercises


WHAT IS A NOTICE?


A notice is a written or printed news announcement or information. A notice may contain news/information about something that has happened or is likely to happen. It may be a formal announcement of public importance or an advance warning meant for compliance and information. A notice can be about a meeting, an event, an excursion/a historical trip/a picnic, lost and found, change of name/address/uniform/timings/venue etc.

PURPOSE

Notices are effective means of disseminating information related to different issues or occasions. They reach to a large number of persons in a short time. Hence; a notice is written in simple and formal language. It is clear, brief and to the point.


DISPLAY

(a) School/College Notice Boards.
(b) Newspapers/Magazines.
(c) Public Notice Boards.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

(a) Format: It includes the word ‘NOTICE’, date, heading, writer’s name and designation.
(b) Content: It must answer the questions What? When? Where? How? etc.
(c) Expression: It relates to the overall organisation and relevance of the content as well as grammatical accuracy and fluency.

A. NOTICES FOR SCHOOUCOLLEGE NOTICE BOARDS


Remember

It must contain complete information.
The order of presentation should be clear.
State the purpose of notice clearly.
Content should include all necessary information, e.g. for a meeting the time, venue, date and agenda.
Use impersonal language, i.e., third person. Avoid ‘I’ and You’.
Give the designation of the writer just below the signature.
The date of writing notice is generally put at the top.
Observe the word limit. If you exceed it, you will get a negative mark.

1. CULTURAL & ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

(Dance, Drama, Music, Quiz, Debate, Lecture, Magazine, Science Fair ! Exhibition etc.)
SOLVED QUESTIONS

Question 1


Your school is organising a Talent Search in Music and Dance. As co-ordinator of cultural activities, draft a notice in not more than 50 words, inviting the names of those who are interested in the competition. Also give other necessary details, to be placed in your school notice board. Sign as Uday/Vijaya of The Tagore School, Jhunjhunu.

THE TAGORE SCHOOL, JHUNJHUNU
                                                     20th December, 20--
                                       NOTICE
                             TALENT SEARCH
 Our School is organising a Talent Search Competition in Music and Dance in collaboration with Colours. It will be held on April, 7 in the school auditorium from 6.00 P.M. onwards. Students who want to participate and show their talent can submit their names to the undersgined latest by 30 December, 20
--. For any other detail, contact the undersigned.
 Uday/Vijaya
Co-ordinator
Cultural Activities

Question 2

As the editor of your school magazine, write a
notice for the school notice board inviting articles
from the students.

GOVT. SR. SEC. SCHOOL, JODHPUR
                                              5th January, 20--
                              NOTICE
       PUBLICATION OF SCHOOL MAGAZINE
All the students are informed that our school is going to
publish a magazine PERFECT ENGLISH in the month
of March. Therefore, the interested students are
requested to give their original articles in the form of
essays, stories, poems, songs etc.by the 31 of this month.
Hoping for your cooperation.
M. L. Saini
Editor 

Question  3

As an incharge N.C.C., prepare a notice for the
students to inform them about the pulse polio
compaign on Sunday. Ask them for the contribution
as volunteers.

SARSWATI SR. SEC. SCHOOL,MANDAWA
                                        22th December, 20--
                        NOTICE
   PULSE POLIO COMPAIGN
It is hereby informed to all the students that a Pulse Polio
Compaign is going to be held in the school campus on
Sunday, 30 December 20--. Students are requested to
cooperate in this compaign as volunteers.
Subhash Karwasara
N.C.C. Incharge

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