Group Discussion

This course on group discussion will help the student learn the basic do's and dont's. Also highlight techniques that can help a student make an outstanding impression during the session. 

Validity

12 months

400

  • 1  Group Discussion

    Group discussion helps you to train yourself to discuss and argue about the topic given, it helps you to express your views on serious subjects and informal situations. It improves your thinking, listening and speaking skills. It also promotes your confidence level.
    • Things you should NOT do in a Group Discussion  FREE
      Most of the times candidates try to initiate the topic even if they have no clue whatsoever about it. Ignorance is one of the biggest problems in the GD round. This video highlights what not to do in a group discussion.
    • Understanding GD  FREE
      Make sure your first entry is well planned. The first impression goes a long way in establishing your credentials. Enter the discussion with a strategy, rather than a random input.
    • Successful GD - Part 1
      Establish eye contact with the key participants, but do not ignore the other participants. While the active participants need to be acknowledged more frequently, the passive ones should not be completely overlooked. You may follow Pareto’s 80-20 rule here, with 80% of the attention being given to the key participants and the balance 20% being given to the other lot.
    • Successful GD part 2
      Try getting as many likes as possible. Eventually the discussion boils down to group dynamics and collaboration. Creating likeability may help you to navigate more effectively through the course of the discussion. However this doesn’t imply lack of constructive arguments wherever required.
    • Sentence Starters
      It can sometimes be difficult to start a sentence to express ideas, or find words to show the relationship between ideas. This video explains on few sentence starters to pick from.
    • Opinion Statements
      An effective argument starts with a clear opinion statement, also known as a claim or proposition. If you can state your opinion in a single, clear sentence, your readers will easily grasp your main argument.
    • Important GD Topics for company interviews

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