Notes On Notice Writing - Introduction - CBSE Class 7 English Writing Skills
A Notice is information regarding an important event that is about to happen. It is publicly displayed - a kind of information for others to know and follow. The notice must contain complete information. It should be written in a formal tone.

A notice should contain all the necessary details such as:

  1. Name of the issuing agency (school, institution etc)

  2. Subject and date of issue/release of the notice

  3. The notice must answer the question: WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW.

  4. State clearly the event.

  5. Mention the name of the body/ organisation – organising the event.

  6. Authorized signatory: Name and signature



Important points

  1. Use formal tone and register.

  2. Do NOT use first person, for example 'I' or second person, for example, 'you' instead use third person.

  3. Use passive voice as far as possible.

  4. Always put the notice in a box.

  5. Do not exceed the Word limit of 50 words

Summary

A Notice is information regarding an important event that is about to happen. It is publicly displayed - a kind of information for others to know and follow. The notice must contain complete information. It should be written in a formal tone.

A notice should contain all the necessary details such as:

  1. Name of the issuing agency (school, institution etc)

  2. Subject and date of issue/release of the notice

  3. The notice must answer the question: WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW.

  4. State clearly the event.

  5. Mention the name of the body/ organisation – organising the event.

  6. Authorized signatory: Name and signature



Important points

  1. Use formal tone and register.

  2. Do NOT use first person, for example 'I' or second person, for example, 'you' instead use third person.

  3. Use passive voice as far as possible.

  4. Always put the notice in a box.

  5. Do not exceed the Word limit of 50 words

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