Dynamics of Group Discussion

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Group Presentation on 'Dynamics of Group Discussion' by Aakash Wadhwa(A2305213008),Amaan Ullah Turkei(A2305213020), Avishrey Chauhan(A2305213520), Parinit Tyagi(A2305213044), Achu Narayan(A2305213003)


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Dynamics Of Group Discussion:

Dynamics Of Group Discussion BY: AAKASH WADHWA(A2305213008) AMAAN ULLAH(A2305213020) ACHU NARAYAN(A2305213003 AVISHREY CHAUHAN(A2305213520) PARINIT TYAGI(A2305213044)


INTRODUCTION Group discussion is a modern method of assessing students personality. It is a methodology used by an organization to gauge whether a candidate has certain personality traits and/or skills that it desires in its members. In this methodology, the group of candidate is given a topic, given a few minutes to think about the same, and then asked to discuss.

Benefits of Group Discussion:

Benefits of Group Discussion Team work Leadership skills People handling skills Provides chance to expose Spontaneity

What is checked..?:

What is checked..? Communication skills Leadership skills Spontaneity Teamwork Creativity Assertiveness Flexibility

Features of GD:

Features of GD Topic is given to judge your skills and communication Discussion revolves around a specific topic Free expression of thought and opinion.

Do’s in GD:

Do’s in GD Listen to the other participant carefully Must be appropriate to the issue Be considerate to the feelings of the others Try to get your turn Be a dynamic speaker


Talk with confidence and self assurance Modulate the volume, pitch and tone Make original and logical points and support them by substantial reasoning.

Don’t in GD:

Don’t in GD Interrupting another participant before his arguments are over. Don’t make fun of any participant Don’t be shy/nervous/ keeping isolated from GD Don’t engage yourself in sub-group conversation Don’t repeat and use irrelevant materail

Important points in GD:

Important points in GD Be assertive A patient listener Right language Be analytical and fact-oriented


Maximize participation Show leadership ability Accept someone’s point of view Praise the argument Express your argument with facts Never try to bluff

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