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    Lightbulb Report

    first of all, Mr. Kamalesh was explained the importance of today's session. And why we are here. What will we learn at the end of today's session?
    With the help of recalling the Vision of the organisation.
    The main purpose of today's session build understanding about family focus and convergence. We all have the same approach to see, to understand, and speak it.
    Small discussion held on our beneficiary/client: -
    Mr. Krishana Avatar was speaking about “For whom we are work, actually who is in community. how do we did identify them. what was cause, behind thinking about family focus and convergence.”
    Session initiated with activity mode. all member merged in core Team. all core team have been formed two group. each groups have's 4 to 6 members. RSSA be in two groups. 3sk divide in several groups such as FEP, STEP, LEAD. Amrit has also two groups. All groups have given an assignment; they will represent our core work.
    Question of assignment. Family structure, what are the feature of our programme (services). And how to select our beneficiary/ client.

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    Re: Report

    What is this report for?

    Who is "we" in "why we are here"?

    What does "beneficiary/client" mean? Is it Mr. Avatar?

    What does "3sk" mean?

    What are RSSA, FEP, STEP, and LEAD?
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    Re: Report

    Quote Originally Posted by arvindchaurasia View Post
    ​First of all, Mr. Kamalesh was explained will explain the importance of today's session and why we are here. What will we learn at the end of in today's session?
    See my first amendments above.

    You're not going to learn something "at" the end of the session. You will either learn something in/during the session or you will have learnt something by the end of the session.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Report

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    See my first amendments above.

    You're not going to learn something "at" the end of the session. You will either learn something in/during the session or you will have learnt something by the end of the session.
    What's the difference between "at the end of" and "by the end of" ?

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    Re: Report

    "By the end of today's session" includes the entire duration of the session.
    "At the end of today's session" only refers to the end.

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