10 Tips for your engineering seminar topic powerpoint preparation and presentation

Seminar PPT preparation is a time consuming and necessary task, prepare an excellent powerpoint presentation for your seminar. I am summarizing a few ideas for you, hope this helps for a better seminar PPT preparation.

#1 Prepare a draft.
For best results and easily presentable PPT slides, it is always good to prepare a document draft. Simply open a document preparation tool like notepad and list out as much as points you can collect.

#2 Prepare sections in slides
This is not as easy as I said! You will have to re-organize your points many times considering all the technical aspects of the topic and the relation among them in a way the viewers can easily understand.

#3 Perfectly presentable PPT.
Plan and prepare your PPT in a way you can present it without getting stuck in between. Demonstrate your PPT presentation in front of a mirror several times before the actual presentation.

#4 Easily digestible presentation.
Section your seminar in such a way where the attendees can easily glance and digest. Limit the number of slides to a minimum say a maximum of 20 slides.

#5 Make it informative and complete.
Prepare your PPT in a way to cover the topic at a micro level, an attendee should able to explain what you "topic" is after attending your seminar.

#6 Provide minimum but clear information.
Always present minimum information through PPT or slide, however, ensures that it is clear and stand on its own, at the same time be prepared for explaining for any sections at the QA section of your presentation.

#7 Proofreading with a peer.
Once your draft is finished, ask your classmate to have a proofreading, you can proofread their seminar as well. This will help you to prepare a better presentation since the ideas you did not cover(but you thought about it) in the PPT can confuse them and they can point it out.

#8 Focus on the content not in appearance.
This is only my opinion that you should mostly focus on the content of your seminar, not on the appearance or formatting and coloring the powerpoint slide.

#9 Provide a reference section for further information.
Provide links to the seminar topic related websites you collected the data and book names you referred to.

#10 Never use two words when one word can do!
Brevity is clarity while preparing powerpoint, consider using the best suitable word at every place in every sentence.

Hope this helps!