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In your introduction lecture for the you have suggested the same structure for REPORT/MEMO/BRIEFING PAPER
DOUBT 1 – In the model answer the BREIFING NOTE structure is as follows – is the format given below right this right?
Name of topic
DOUBT 2 – In the model answer the BREIFING PAPER structure is as follows – is the format given below right this right?
FAO – BOARD
DOUBT 3 – in case of report and breifing note do we always have to given conclustion unless said otherwise?
Either format is fine – there in no law governing this and it’s only window-dressing.
No. In general, a briefing note is providing information and a conclusion is probably inappropriate.
Only provide a conclusion in a report you are if required to.