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Basic Rules and Tips in Group Discussions GD TIPS AND SCORING POINTS


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Basic Rules and Tips in Group Discussions GD TIPS AND SCORING POINTS

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1. Always be the initiator and concluder of the GD then being a participant.

2. But if you are particaipant always try to be the most vianl/key participant.

3. put points firmly and always try to get others support too.

4. if you find that the discussion os going offttrack then never loose an oppurtunity to bring it back to straem this is the best point to score max.

5. try to keep latest information on the topic.

6. be very polite , people may try to provoge you to to get more points but try to keep cool.

7. most important don't wait for your turn to speak when discussion is on. inturrupt politely if you want to put forward your points.

8. last but not the least keep atab on the time given for discussion. score points by wrapping up the discussion if you feel that the discussion is heating but the time is going to be over.

9. during conclusion, do end with the conclusion note. that shows your leadership quality.

Best scoring points are:

1. Initiation of Discussion.

2. Always keeping/trying tokeep discussion on track.

3. Conclusion on time.

4. Your capability to keep your cool and listen as well as putting your points.

5. Finally Be a Leader and select in GD.

GD basically means searching your team player, leadership, communication capability.

How to Handle GD's

Many companies conduct group discussion after the written test so as to check on your interactive skills and how good you are at communicating with other people. The GD is to check how you behave, participate and contibute in a group, how much importance do you give to the group objective as well as your own, how well do you listen to viewpoints of others and how open-minded are you in accepting views contrary to your own. The aspects which make up a GD are verbal communication, non-verbal behaviour, conformation to norms, decision-making ability and cooperation. You should try to be as true as possible to these aspects.

Remember the six C's of effective communication -- Clarity, Completeness, Conciseness, Confidence, Correctness and Courtesy. You should mantain eye contact with all others in the group and not focus on a particular person for he may benefit from that. Be responsive to ideas from other people and seem to be very receptive and open-minded but don't allow others to change your own viewpoint.
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