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By: Deepshikha Sethi Bhavya Mannan Gaurav Garg Vikalp Jaiswal

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GROUP DISCUSSION:

GROUP DISCUSSION

CONTENTS:

CONTENTS Introduction What is a GD? Why do we need to conduct a GD? Pre-requisites of a GD Skills to be judged from a GD Do’s of GD Don'ts of GD

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION GD involves a lot of group dynamics, that is, it involves both -person to person as well as group to group interactions. Every group member has to develop a goal oriented or group oriented interaction. A participant needs to be aware of needs of other group members and overall objectives of the discussion . GD is essentially an interactive oral process. The group members need to listen to each other and use voice and gesture effectively, use clear language and persuasive style.

WHAT IS A GD?:

WHAT IS A GD? Group Discussion is a collective effort for collective knowledge. It is a methodology used by the organizations to gauge whether the candidate has certain personality traits and/or skills that they desires in their members. The group of candidates are given a specific topic or a situation, and few minutes to think about the same, and then asked to discuss the topics among themselves.

WHY DO WE NEED TO CONDUCT A GD?:

WHY DO WE NEED TO CONDUCT A GD? Group Discussion is essential for effective learning. In a GD,  learning is shared and student participating in discussion are benefitted . It helps us to understand a subject more deeply and improves your ability to think critically. It helps in solving a particular problem or in making discussion. A group discussion improves your listening skills and you learn how to speak confidently in a group.  

PRE-REQUISITES OF A GROUP DISCUSSION:

PRE-REQUISITES OF A GROUP DISCUSSION Self-confidence Knowledge Involvement Initiative Presentation Cooperation Co-ordination Communication Body-language Presence of mind Patience

Skills To Be Judged:

Skills To Be Judged Communication skills Listening skills Presentation skills Co-ordination skills Leadership skills

DO’S OF A GROUP DISCUSSION:

DO’S OF A GROUP DISCUSSION Try to initiate if you are fully familiar with the topic. Speak to-the-point and be specific about it. Sitting with a straight back and both hands on ones knees appears formal and confident simultaneously while also making one feel more confident . Try making eye-contact with each individual in the group that will enhance the communication Facilitate contribution from others . Without aggression, be assertive, without submission, be humble.

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Mention statistics and facts as they are impressive but only if you are very sure about them and back up references if anyone questions them. Be simple in your speech and conclude objectively . The tone during the discussion should be impersonal and cordial . Nodding shows receptivity . Try to solve a problem through the discussion

DON’TS OF A GROUP DISCUSSION:

DON’TS OF A GROUP DISCUSSION Never change your opinion illogically. This leaves a very bad impression. Don’t deprecate others. Don’t repeat a point, be lengthy or irrelevant. Intervene if someone else is going off on an irrelevant tangent . Remember that being nervous will not help but being genuine will . Don’t take to making one on one conversation. Don’t exhibit emotions. Don’t be over enthusiastic, loud and don’t argue or debate. Leave if someone is not ready to accept your point.

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