Major Topics For Group Discussion - Important GD Topics
Major Topics For Group Discussion - Group discussion nowadays is a common trend which is followed not only by organizations at the time of hiring but institutes offering admission to candidates in various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. To put it simply, a group is a collection of individuals, while the discussion is a process whereby two or more people exchange their ideas or information. Thus, group discussion is simply a process whereby two or more people discuss and share their ideology in order to increase knowledge. In terms of the admission process (be it institute or organizations) Group discussion is a tool or technique which is used as a means to select a few candidates out of many. In this article, Careers360 brings to you the major topics for group discussion that are used by most institutes and organizations nowadays to admit or hire candidates.
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Group Discussion - Major Topics of GD
Let us now look at the top 50 Group Discussion Topics which are currently trending. Some of these topics are new and are likely to be used while some are already in use and are considered as major topics for group discussion.
Print Media v/s. Digital Media
Is Technology Making Us Less Human
Are Corporate Jobs A New Form Of Slavery
Nationalism v/s Regionalism
Globalization - An Opportunity Or A Threat?
Poverty in India: Causes, Effects, Facts, Solution
Impact Of Technology On Jobs
Is India ready for a cashless Economy?
Social Media - Curse/Boom
Impact of Coronavirus on Global Economy
Money Is Honey
Ethical Business Or Not
Is Internet Restraining Creativity
Is Leadership Inherited
Black or Grey
Role Of India In World
Is NITI Ayog Successful?
Impact of Video Games on Youth
Is MBA a Rat Race?
India’s Growing Population - Means to Curb
Can There Be World Unity?
Are Females In India Becoming Safe?
UIN For Indians
Role of UN in Peacekeeping
Role of Globalization in Uplifting World Economy
Exams - Killing Education?
Love Marriage v/s Arranged Marriage
Livin Relation - Accepted or Not?
Success of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Problems Faced By Indian Farmers
Consequences of Climate Change
Crypto Currency or Bitcoin
Is Knowledge an Asset?
Views on Old Age Homes
Is Corruption The Root Cause of Economic Slowdown
Can Women Handle Politics?
Is MBA Mandatory For Career Growth?
Can Failure Teach Life Lessons?
Entrepreneurs v/s Managers
Leader v/s Followers
Change is the Law of Nature
Innovation v/s Invention
How To Balance Professional Life With Personal Life?
Global Warming - Current Scenario
Impact of Fashion Bloggers on Youth
Privacy of Data - Importance
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Guidelines To Adhere
Before moving onto the major topics for group discussion, it is imperative for candidates to know some basic rules which are necessary. These guidelines will also help candidates to bag a few extra points in a group discussion if followed properly. Some of the guidelines which candidates must follow are mentioned below-
Do’s - Things Candidates Should Try Do
Look Well Groomed
Take Care of Body Movements
Stay Either With Pros/Cons
Participate In Healthy Discussion
Don’t Give Up-Try To Speak Again
Don'ts- Things Candidates Should Avoid
Do Not Create Fish Market
Be Silent Throughout
Avoid Offensive Behaviour
Avoid Criticizing Others Opinion
Don’t Look At GTO (group testing officer) While Speaking
Do Not Panic If Someone Cuts You While Speaking
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can you please guide me where I star preparing for cat exam
A proper mindset and dedication is required to crack CAT entrance. You need to make a proper time table, a proper strategy. Understand the pattern of the exam, your capability, your strong and weak area/portion.
There are total 3 section in CAT exam -
- Verbal and reading comprehension (VARC)
- Data interpretation and logical reasoning (DI and LR)
- Quantitative analysis (QA)
Try to read a lot of vocabulary related books such as Word power made easy, or you can read any novels too, This will make your reading comprehension more strong in verbal section.
Read the newspaper everyday, this will make you aware about the current affairs.
Complete the basic concepts of quanta, you can start doing maths problem of 10th grade.
You can join any class for CAT exam, this will help you to make your doubts clear.
Start giving mock tests, as you know practice makes a man perfect. Try to practice a lot this will help in boost your confidence and your flow. Join the test series and stick to your schedule. Focus on smart learning.
Later on, test your accuracy and your preparation. Solve previous year papers, don't lose hope if you aren't scoring well in mock tests. Try to give your best.
Stay motivated and focused.
Hope this helps !
All the best for your bright future
from where most of questions comes in CAT exam
You have to be regular with your studies , be updated about current affairs, for making vocab string you should read newpaper , books.
regularity is the most important thing for crack the CAT.
every year questions are different so it is hard to predict.
i hope this information is helpful for you.
I am currently in my final year in the 5th semester of my college. my 6th and final semester will get over by July. can I give the cat exam then fir MBA admissions
Yes it is possible that student who is pursuing his last year in bachelor's degree can appear for Common Aptitude Test for MBA admission. However the candidate must have completed their bachelor's degree with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks for reserved categories.
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can I get q govt seat for 520 marks in Karnataka, I am OBC cat 1 pls say
According to prior year's cut-offs or scores, your prospects of getting into a government medical institution in Karnataka under the first category are high.
Private institutions or designated universities, on the other hand, may provide opportunities.
You may see the previous year's cut-off (AIQ) and the state quota for Karnataka below.
Click below to see which institutions you might be eligible for based on your category, state quota, and NEET score.
I hope it helps.
I am studing bsc in distance education.. am I eligible for cat exam..?
You are eligible to appear for CAT entrance examination if you have passed B.Sc in Distance mode. Provided you must have passed B.Sc with minimum 50% marks or its equivalent CGPA if you belong to general category. If you belong to SC/ST/PWD category then you need to score minimum 45% marks or its equivalent CGPA from any University or educational institution as incorporated by an Act of Parliament or State legislature in India or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.