Group Discussion, commonly referred to as GD
has become an inseparable part of admission to MBA institutes and campus
placements. GD is a many-on-many discussion used to establish certain traits in
the candidates. These are the traits that the employers like to see in their
employees and institutes like to see in budding MBAs. As we think about
appearing in a GD, most of us have queries that revolve around its various
stages. This article is an attempt to put your queries to rest and help you
succeed in the GD and finally get placed in a good company or join a institute
of your choice.
The whole article is divided into 4 stages and
answers the questions you might have during these stages.
Group Discussion, commonly referred to as GD has become an inseparable part of
admission to MBA institutes and campus placements. GD is a many-on-many
discussion used to establish...............
and don’ts of GD
As you have to participate in a Group Discussion. several questions spring
across your mind. You want to know what actions and gestures can get you
positive points and what can cost you the selection.......................
things you should NOT do in a GD
Group Discussion, abbreviated as GD is a form of many-on-many
discussion. It has become an inseparable part of admissions to management
institutes and your selection in campus interviews................
things to succeed in GD
Following are some of the things which you must take care off to succeed in the
As you fill up a form for admission to an MBA institute or hear that a good
company is coming to your college for campus recruitment, you think about the
group discussion that you will have to clear to reach the next round of
before the GD
Initiating the discussion would help if you know the subject well. Speaking
just for the sake of speaking would not help. If you don’t know the subject
well, it is better to listen to others. When you have gathered enough
information about the subject, make an entry into the GD with your
If you do not understand or know the subject well, it is a better idea to let
other start speaking. As you understand the subject make an entry into the
discussion. Don’t ask evaluators to explain the subject..............
of a Group Discussion
Knowledge, Presentation, Listening, Initiation, Body Language, Communication