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  • Are you skilled enough to be
    Noticed
  • Campus Recruitment Guide
    February 2011
  • Agenda
    • Corporate Needs
    • Personality Assessment Test
    • Group Discussion
    • Aptitude Preparation
    • Verbal Ability Test
    • Technical Interview
    • HR interview
  • Corporate Needs
  • CORPORATE NEEDS
    Capability to
    Work with people , not just ideas & objects
    Handle large volumes of work
    Handle monotonous jobs
    Be result oriented
    Delight customers
  • CorporateNeeds
    Very good communication skills
    Ability to define problems , develop solutions
    Team skills-ability to understand team work
    Ability to cope up in complex real world settings
    Strong at IQ, EQ, PQ, SQ
  • What is Group Discussion ?
  • Definition of Group Discussion
    Group Discussion is a modern method of assessing students personality.
    It is both a technique and an art and a comprehensive tool to judge the worthiness of the student and his appropriateness for the job.
  • WHY GD NEEDED ?
  • Organizations Need Individuals Who Are Good
    Team Players
    At interpersonal communication skills
    At constructive interaction
    At conveying ideas convincingly
    At situational responsiveness
    And SMART
  • What is the Main Purpose of Group Discussion ?
  • MAIN PURPOSE OF GD
    To eliminate the problem creating candidates for organization.
  • WHAT DOES GD CHECK ?
  • WHAT DOES GD CHECK?
    Communication skills
    Knowledge
    Confidence in Content
    Interpersonal Skills
    Maturity
    Problem solving skills
    Conceptualizing skills
    Leadership skills
    Body language
    Group skills
  • Types of GD
  • TYPES OF GD TOPICS
    Economical
    Social
    Abstract
    Role Plays
    Case -Studies
  • ECONOMICAL GD
    • Price Rise will decide the favor of government.
    • India should cut down its 25% allocation defense budget & invest in social development .
    • Stock market-Barometer of an economy.
    • Water- the cause of next world war.
    • 21st century belongs to India & China.
    • Census : Highlighter of Country Problems.
  • ABSTRACT
    Tube light is better than bulb
    Blue guys do better than black guys
    Pink laces of my shoes
    God’s :man greatest creation
    I am okay: you are okay;
  • SOCIAL
    Politics : full of frauds
    Corruption: unsolved problem of India.
    Traffic problems of India.
    Technology will administer one day.
    Indians youth Unemployable or Unemployed
    Role of Media
  • Current Group Discussion Topics
    • Flexi timings or fixed timings-which is better at work
    • Beauty contests degrade womanhood
    • Is mall culture here to stay?
    • Will cricket be religion again in 2011?
    • Is Globalization Really Necessary?
    • What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population?
    • Corruption is the price we pay for Democracy.
    • How to deal with high onion prices
    • Our cricketers are not to blame for match fixing
    • Should there be private universities
    • Does banning fashion shows and New Year parties save our culture?
  • Q CARD
  • What is the normal duration of a GD?A GD is usually of 15-20 minutes duration.
    How many panel members are there to evaluate?
    There are usually 3-4 members to evaluate.
  • Is there time given for preparation after the topic is given and before starting the GD?
    Usually some time (2-5 minutes) is given to collect one's thoughts, but there could be instances when this does not happen, so it is best not to bank on this.
  • Should I address the panel or the group members?
    Don't ever make the mistake of addressing the panel members. The Group Discussion is between you and the other members, not the panel members. You must avoid even looking at the panel members while the GD is in progress. Just ignore their existence.
  • What is the seating arrangement like?
    It could be semi-circular, or circular, or seating along side a rectangular table, depending upon the venue. It is best not to bother about trivial issues like this, which you have no control over.
  • How should I address the other group members?
    If you are initiating the discussion, you could do so by collectively addressing the group as "Friends". Subsequently, you could use names (if the group has had a round of self-introduction prior to starting the discussion and you remember the names).
  • Should I encourage others to speak up?
    Do not honestly put somebody who is constantly silent on the spot by asking him/her to speak up. If someone has been trying to speak and has a good point but is cut off constantly, you may push him / her to continue with her point as you would like to hear her out.
  • Suppose I have a lot to say on the topic, should I say all of it?
    You would not be looked upon favorably if you kept speaking all the time and did not take note to anyone else. Contrary to the misconception, the person who talks the most is not necessarily the one who is judged the best. The quality and not the quantity of your contribution is the success factor.
  • Are the group members supposed to keep track of the time or will the panel keep track?
    It would be good, if you are aware of the time, but not to the point of getting so distracted looking at you, watch that you do not contribute to the discussion.
  • Aptitude Preparation
  • Arithmetic Aptitude
    Problems on Trains
    Time and Distance
    Height and Distance
    Time and Work
    Simple Interest
    Compound Interest
    Profit and Loss
    Partnership
    Percentage
    Problems on Ages
    CalendarClock
    Average
    Area
    Volume and Surface Area
    True Discount
    Banker's Discount
    Odd Man Out and Series
  • Permutation and Combination
    Numbers
    Problems on H.C.F and L.C.M
    Decimal Fraction
    Simplification
    Square Root and Cube Root
    Surds and Indices
    Ratio and Proportion
    Chain Rule
    Pipes and Cistern
    Boats and Streams
    Alligation or Mixture
    Logarithm
    Races and Games
    Stocks and Shares
    Probability
  • Verbal Ability Test
    Spotting ErrorsSynonyms
    AntonymsSelecting Words
    SpellingsSentence Formation
    Ordering of WordsSentence Correction
    Sentence ImprovementCompleting Statements
    Ordering of SentencesParagraph Formation
    Closet TestComprehension
    One Word SubstitutesIdioms and Phrases
    Change of VoiceChange of Speech
  • Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
    A. The students were
    B. awaiting for
    C. the arrival of the chief guest.
    D. No error.
    Ans: B
  • A. A lot of travel delay is caused
    B. due to the inefficiency and lack of good management
    C. on behalf of the railways.
    D. No error.
    Ans:
    C. On The Part Of Railways
  • Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete.1
    Q Fate smiles ...... those who untiringly grapple with stark realities of life.
    A.With
    B.Over
    C.On
    D.Round
    Ans: C
  • Sentence Sequencing
    I read an advertisement that said
    P :posh, air-conditioned
    Q :gentleman of taste
    R :are available for
    S :fully furnished rooms
    The Proper sequence should be:
    A.PQRS B.PSRQ C.PSQR D.SRPQ
    Ans: B
  • Synonyms
    EMBEZZLE
    A. Misappropriate
    B. Balance
    C. Remunerate
    D. Clear
    Ans: Misappropriate
  • One word Substitute
    A Person who insists on something
    A. Disciplinarian
    B. Stickler
    C. Instantaneous
    D. Boaster
    Ans: B
  • Change of speech
    I told him that he was not working hard
    A.I said to him, "You are not working hard.“
    B.I told to him, "You are not working hard.“
    C.I said, "You are not working hard.“
    D.I said to him, "He is not working hard.“
    Ans: A
  • Idioms & Phrases
    To keeps one's temper
    A. To become hungry
    B. To be in good mood
    C. To preserve ones energy
    D. To be aloof from
    E. None of these
    Ans: B
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