1.1 Definition of communication
The meaning of communication is different in different contexts. Communication has many purposes such as consulting as a process. The term communication also means some human action and also a form of discipline.
The process of communication is a system in which the different entities involved in a particular way. For example, people who are involved in the state and get information through the use of words or signs. Here, people, singing, and other vessels associated entities in a process called communication. The sharing of information is also known as communication. Communication has been considered as a process by which meaning and social reality is created or viewed or shared it is taken as the basis of human society. Without communication, there will be no existence of human society. It is no exaggeration to say that communication is at the heart of human existence. In fact we live in communication. Without communication there is no possibility for social interaction, political and economic activities. In other words we can say that, it is the ability to communicate and social cohesion made possible by the growth of civilization.
Communication is a human act. Although we do not often realize people are always involved in the communication process. Whatever we do it has to communicate meaning. We use communication to express our internal purposes, attitudes, feelings and to describe events and objects in the outside world. Communication can establish partnerships. When people communicate, they will share some feelings, emotions, knowledge, ideas, thoughts etc. with others.
1.2 External Communication
Communication has two types that is external communication and internal communication. External communication is an organization is it communicates with government agencies, other organizations, customers, clients and the public. It is called external communication. Media work can be written in the media such as letters, reports, proposals or visual media such as posters, advertisements videotape or electronic media such as fax, telegram, e-mail, and telexes. Communication is also possible through conferences, meeting face-to-face, panel discussions or presentations, exhibitions and events.
1.3 Internal Communication
Every organization has a need to maintain proper communication with the outlet, staff and employees. This is generally called internal communications. Internal communication is an important feature in the organizational structure. In modern times, the Human Resources Department plays an important role in maintaining internal communication
In the new millennium, especially in the context of globalization, the business has become extremely competitive. Business houses have a need for better internal communications. Central organization or corporate offices to keep branches informed of new policies and policy changes. Business growth, business prospects, specialization increases high...