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Group Discussion and Personal Interview

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Group Discussion and Personal Interview

With the aim of training students to discuss and argue about the topic given, to make them express their views on serious subjects and in formal situations, and in order to improve their thinking, listening and speaking skills, and also promote confidence level, GD sessions were conducted in Institute’s premises. 

The results of the same proved to be an effective tool in problem solving, decision making and personality assessment. The same also assured academic success, reputation and good admission or job offer. Thus it was vital to be able to take part in a GD efficiently and assertively. Students learned to speak with confidence, exhibit leadership skills and make the group achieve the goals.

The trainer Ms. KumkumSinhaevaluated and observed the members of the team. The rules of the GD – the time limit, panel’s expectations etc. were explained after the initial introduction, soon after the topic or case to be discussed is given to the group members. The trainer did not restrict during the discussion. Each candidate was supposed to express his/her opinion either supporting or against the topic. The discussion carried on till the signals termination.

Mock Personal Interviews

OBJECTIVES OF MOCK PI: The recruiters spend major portion of their time each year just trying to locate candidates. It is the responsibility of the Institutes to spend their time helping students’ the job. A mock interview is a great tool for increasing the number of successful placements, for boosting company’s credibility with candidates, and for impressing the clients.

It is promising to conduct a solid mock interview and by doing so it helps in noteworthy increase students’ probability of winning the job. 

The trainers Ms. KumkumSinha and Mr. P.K. Tiwari said that there are some of the essentials that everyone needs to be recapped of when heading into an interview:

Do not announce negatives

Succeed your statements. 

Outline highly specific examples before the interview

Don’t merely answer the question; answer the purpose behind why they are asking the question. 

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