Group Discussion guidelines

By: faishal khan | Views: 9648 | Date: 28-Sep-2011

Group Discussion is a process in which all the successful candidates of the written test, whose number is about eight times the number of vacancies, are dived into groups of 6-10 candidates each. Every group is assigned a specific topic or a case study to deliberate upon.

"Group Discussion is a process in which all the successful candidates of the written test, whose number is about eight times the number of vacancies, are dived into groups of 6-10 candidates each. Every group is assigned a specific topic or a case study to deliberate upon. The group of 6-10 candidates then carries the entire discussion forward and the supervising panel neither intervenes nor participates in it.

The group is left to evolve itself while the panel observes an assesses the performance and attributes of all the candidates from a distance. The candidates display their knowledge and view points and exchange ideas on the subject-matter given to the group. It is a dynamic situation wherein every candidate wants to grab the opportunity to speak and express him so as to influence the panel. The time for a group discussion is about 25 minutes or so.

The medium of the GD almost in English, through sometimes a choice is given to the group to speak in Hindi or English. For the sake of convenience the candidates are seated in a circular or elliptical formation. They are given chest number or have their name plates displayed in front of them for identification.Generally, the panel recommends only two candidates from a particular group for onward process of selection.

Occasionally, one or three aspirants may be successful depending upon exceptionally bad or good individual performances and the level of GD.Objectives of group discussion :The candidates called for GD and personal interview have proven written test results. A GD is conducted to test the candidates if they exhibit potential to face and thrive in decision- making challenges in terms of real life management process. The qualities a panel looks for in prospective candidate are mainly:

i) Knowledge of the topic :It is tested whether a candidate has enough intellectual level compared to his IQ level peers. Since most of the current affairs topics in GD are from social, political, economic, and international or environment issues, the candidate's reaction and knowledge is evaluated. In case studies, the stress in on quick grasp of the situation, decision-making and problem solving ability of the candidates. The originality of the candidates comes out into the open.

ii) Development of the theme :This is about the ability of a candidate to substantiate and elaborate his point if view. His instant ideas and effective solutions come under scrutiny. The panel evaluates how a person builds up his case, speaks extempore and comes to a logical conclusion."Get More details about these topics by visiting mba interview questions and answers more over don’t miss to get the latest update knowledge about various mba gd topics
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