1. Preparation for a GD 2. Introduction and definitions of a GD 3.Purpose of
a GD 4. Types of GD 5. Strategies in a GD 6. Conflict management
7. Do’s and Don’t’s in a GD 8. Case study 9. Sample GD topics - Factual topic
| Controversial topics | Abstract topics |Case based 10. Attitude management 11.
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A GD is a methodology used by an organization to gauge whether the candidate has
certain personality traits and/or skills that it desires in its members. In this
methodology, the group of candidates is given a topic or a situation, given a few
minutes to think about the same, and then asked to discuss among themselves for 15
– 20 Minutes and place their opinion on the topic.
The reason why institutes put you through a Group discussion and an interview, after
testing your technical and conceptual skills in an exam, is to get to know you as
a person and gauge how well you will fit in their institute. The Group discussion
tests how you function as a part of a team. As a manager, you will always be working
in teams, as a member or as a leader. Therefore how you interact in a team becomes
an important criterion for your selection. Managers have to work in a team and get
best results out of teamwork. That is the reason why management institutes include
GD as a component of the selection procedure. This CD covers all the skills required
to be a successful orator at a group discussion test and be a winner. This CD covers
all the skills required to be a successful orator at a group discussion test and
be a winner.
This CD develops the individual on the following:
Communication Skills |Reasoning ability | Leadership skills | Assertiveness | Flexibility
& Creativity | Ability to think on ones feet.