Group Discussion Preparation Tips|GD Common Topics

Most Companies today when they are on Recruitment process they take Group Discussion (GD) round into their consideration.GD is the round where most of the students afraid of.Group Discussion is the round where thought process of the candidate attending the GD can be determined.So Guys i am providing you some Group Discussion tips and common topics for preparation.

Group discussion tips:
1. Always be the initiator and concluder of the GD then being a participant.
2. But if you are the participant always try to be the key participant.
3. Put points firmly and always try to get other�s support too.
4. If you find that the discussion is going off track then never loose an opportunity to bring it back to stream this is The best point to score max.
5. Try to keep latest information on the topic.
6. Be very polite, people may try to provoke you to to get more points but try to keep cool.
7. Most important don’t wait for your turn to speak when discussion is on. Interrupt politely if you want to put forward your points.
8. Last but not the least keep a tab on the time given for discussion. Score points by wrapping up the discussion if you feel that the discussion is heating but the time is going to be over.
9. During conclusion, do end with the conclusion note that shows your leadership quality.
Best scoring points are:
*initiation of discussion,
*always keeping/trying to keep discussion on track
*Conclusion on time
*Your capability to keep your cool and listen as well as putting across your points. Be a Leader. GD basically means searching your team player, leadership, communication capability.

Some common topics:

Everybody jumping into software field – is it good or bad.
"Whether impact of western culture on Indian culture is a boon or a bane".
Is internet suitable for Youngsters?
IS MBA needed?
What Should India do to win a gold medal in the Olympics?
Will India need a Dictatorship / Democratic rule now?
"Two solutions to improve engineering standard"

Advantages and disadvantages of Internet
Betting in cricket should legalized or not
Education system in India.
A discussion on Iraq and America war

should GD be a part of selection process r not
should Sonia Gandhi be made a PM or not?
Whether the brand name is a way of life or not
India gifted the Future Cup to Australia or not?
Why is Indian Hockey limping
"UN’s peace activities"
"America’s war on Iraq".
Who is responsible for the protection of the environment
Values in an IT Industry
What should be the retirement age of politicians
Should India play Against PAK?
"Environment-Whose Responsibility".
Is China a threat to the Indian software industry.
About Hockey being the primary game in India.
Can America occupy Iraq
cricket should be banned or not..
BPO call centers have good impact on younger generation?
Position of Women in India compared to other nations.
Government contribution to IT.

I will hope this information will be useful for all those who will in the future will going to prepare for the Group Discussion(GD).


  • lijo
    February 20, 2010 - 12:22 pm | Permalink

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