Group Discussion exercise is a part of almost all major MBA entrance exams and B-Schools. Once candidates clears the written exam, their team working skills are put to test in the form of a GD exercise, where shortlisted candidates are put in a group of 10-12 with a topic that they have to discuss about and draw a conclusion.
The number of engineers taking CAT this year has increased 4 percentage points than that in 2010.
Not only the number of B-Schools in India is increasing, the variety of MBA courses at offer is also increasing. From traditional Full-time MBA programmme to one year Executive MBA to three year Distance learning Programmes, there is bounty of available options.
A common myth about group discussion is that the one who initiates and concludes GD get more weightage. Initiating GD on a topic you are unfamiliar to, will only reduce your chances.
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