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  • The under noted news is very strange, People will be jailed only when prime-fascia factors establish involvement in crime and not otherwise. If people in jailed can contest,the very essence of natural justice is lost.

    'SC approves amendment to RPA, leaders in jail can contest elections
    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday approved amendment to the Representation of the People Act, which allows political leaders in police custody to contest elections.

    The apex court said in the light of amendments brought by the Government of India in the Representation of the People Act, a person does not cease to be an elector only by a reason of being in police custody/jail and can therefore contest elections.
    On July 10, 2013, the Supreme Court had given a judgement that anybody in police custody/jail will not be able to contest elections.
    'The only question is about the vires of section 8 (4) of the Representation of the People Act (RPA) and we hold that it is ultra vires and that the disqualification takes place from the date of conviction,' said an apex court bench of Justices A.K. Patnaik and S.J. Mukhopadhaya.
    But subsequently in September 2013 the Government of India amended the Representation of the People act by doing away with the disability.
    The Amendment Bill seeks to add a proviso to sub-section (2) of section 62 of the RP Act to state that a person cannot cease to be a voter while in detention as his or her right is only temporarily suspended. (ANI)'
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Group Discussion

  1. 1. Group Discussion<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  2. 2. Common objective of finding a solution for a problem or discussing an issue that is given to them.<br />The discussion has to be carried out by the members of the group with the intention of facilitating exchange of various individuals of the group.<br />Why Discussion?<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  3. 3. There are several types of groups. A group which meets to complete a task such as solving a problem is called Task Group.<br />Other groups meet for primarily social reasons; these are called Social Groups<br />Types of Groups<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  4. 4. Fact-finding Group : Occurs when it forms for the purpose of discovering or clarifying factual information.<br />The Staff Meeting : The Staff members in an organization to share or disseminate information.<br />Press Conference : Handled in a manner similar to the briefing session / elite resources with a purpose to discuss a very specific matter.<br />Types of Groups<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  5. 5. A Board : A group of elected or appointed officials for established all policy for an organization.<br />Panel : Panel is a small group of experts on a topic with a public audience observing the expert discussion.<br />Types of Groups<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  6. 6. How to interact with one another<br />Presenting yourself to others<br />To improve group communication<br />Objectives<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  7. 7. Group discussion is a task, which resembles an informal conversation among a group of people. In a formal, scheduled discussion between eight to ten discussants each person expresses his or her views on a particular subjects.<br />It is now used widely as a kind of personality test to evaluate several candidates simultaneously.<br />Group Discussion?<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  8. 8. It is totally different from public speaking and an interview though the communication skills involved in all the three are similar.<br />A group discussion involves both speaking and listening skills.<br />Group Discussion?<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  9. 9. Group Discussion facilitates the assessment of the candidate’s personality and behavior patterns in psychological terms as he or she acts and reacts to varying situations.<br />Why Group Disscusion is important?<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  10. 10. Personality Appeal ( Depends on dress, body language, tone, voice and etiquette)<br />Communication Skills<br />Knowledge<br />Leadership Skills<br />G.D Requires<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  11. 11. Eight major factors are necessary for an effective group discussion:<br />Power of expression<br />Knowledge of the subject<br />Flexibility<br />Liveliness<br />Confidence and courage<br />Extent of participation<br />Ability to exert influence on the group<br />Factors that matter in a G.D<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  12. 12. Ability to express ideas clearly, fluently and logically<br />Power of Expression<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  13. 13. Range of ideas and depth of thought<br />Knowledge of the subject<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  14. 14. Not having a tunnel-vision or being rigid absence of selfish attitude, not being a bully.<br />Flexibility<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  15. 15. Interest, urge, keenness, cheerful and temperament<br />Liveliness<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  16. 16. Self-confidence, courage of one’s convictions, determination and ability to stand up to bullying, faith in his / her own ability.<br />Confidence and Courage<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  17. 17. How often and how much the candidate speaks<br />Extent of Participation <br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  18. 18. The impression created on others, power to create. Strong impact, ability to motivate and sell one’s ideas.<br />Ability to exert influence on the group<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  19. 19. Content<br />Communication<br />Group Behaviour<br />Leadership Skills<br />Important Parameters in G.D<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  20. 20. Correctly conveying what you want to say<br />Listening<br />Language<br />Group Should Focus on <br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  21. 21. Group allow people to pool resources. Acting independently<br />Group offer a sense of security.<br />Group can provide emotional support.<br />Group provide a sense of identity.<br />The nature of Groups<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />
  22. 22. Prepared By:<br />G.Babu<br />Lect/English<br /> Chennai<br />7/16/2010<br />Babu.G<br />