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HOW TO CRACK GD FOR MBA
On 18th May 2023, The Bhawanipur Education Society College hosted a seminar on ‘How to Crack GD for MBA.’ at the Society hall of the college. The guest speakers for the event were Mr.Inder Chopra who has completed his PGDM from XLRI and Mr.Siddharth Malik, a graduate of IIT BHU and has a PGDM from IIM Calcutta. Both Mr. Chopra and Mr.Malik represented TIME Institute along with Ms.Prachi Mahajan.
The speakers began by providing a detailed explanation of the significance of Group Discussions (GD) in the context of pursuing a career in MBA. They emphasized the purpose behind conducting GDs and the valuable insights they provide to the candidates. The primary objective of GDs is to evaluate various aspects of a candidate’s overall personality, including their knowledge, perspective, leadership abilities, communication skills, and behaviour within a group. In GDs participants are expected to demonstrate their understanding of a particular subject matter, and then present logical arguments, supporting their viewpoints with relevant facts and data. This aspect of GDs enables evaluators to gauge the depth of a candidate’s knowledge and their ability to think critically. These qualities are considered crucial for individuals aspiring to become effective managers in the business world.
Next the speakers provide a detailed overview of the different bases for GDs, such as abstract, case-based, film-based, article-based, group tasks, and content-based. They also highlighted the key evaluation factors including content and creativity, leadership skills, and communication approach (verbal and non-verbal), which determine the performance of MBA aspirants during GDs. These aspects were discussed as challenging elements that require candidates to showcase their analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and domain knowledge to crack GDs utilizing tools like “PESTEL”. Correspondingly the speakers gave a brief description of the different “B-schools” and the entrance exams associated with them such as CAT, NMAT, SNAP, etc.
Additionally, they emphasized the importance of thorough preparation, which includes gaining knowledge on a wide range of topics, staying updated with current affairs, and honing one’s communication and presentation skills. Communication skills were highlighted as a key factor assessed during GDs. The speakers stressed the significance of effective verbal and non-verbal communication, including clarity of speech, articulation of ideas, and body language. They explained that candidates who can convey their thoughts clearly, engage in meaningful discussions, and actively participate in group dynamics are more likely to succeed in the evaluation process. Furthermore, they highlighted the significance of active listening and respecting others’ point of views during the discussion, as this demonstrates empathy and open-mindedness, which are highly valued skills in managers.
Overall, the speakers conveyed their expert knowledge of MBA by extensively discussing the significance of GDs in evaluating candidates. During the presentation, the panel went the extra mile to address any remaining doubts on Group Discussions by conducting a live demo GD. They invited ten participants to engage in a discussion on the topic “Should Euthanasia be legalized in India?” The purpose of this demo GD was to provide a practical illustration of how a GD takes place and to showcase the dynamics and evaluation criteria involved. A special vote of thanks to our guest speakers was given by Prof.Dilip Shah, Dean of Student Affairs and Prof.Minakshi Chaturvedi.
Reporter – Tanisha Hirawat
Photographed by- Papon Das
Trial’s for the College Basketball Team (Boys & Girls) 2015 – 16
Selection Trial for the College Basketball Team for Boys & Girls was held on 1st & 2nd October 2015 at Rakhi Sangha Club (Near Chetla Park).134 Boys & 150 Girls participated in the trials of College Football Team 2015 – 16 .There was skill and talent in all of the players.Trial started with Warm up, Stretching and Basketball Drills and followed …
Blanket Donation Drive organised by Department of English
“Paropakaram idam shareeram” On the occasion of India’s 72nd Republic Day on January 26, 2021, a blanket donation drive was organised by the department of English of The Bhawanipur Education Society College. The UG and PG students of the department along with the faculty donated 40 blankets to Jyoti Chakra Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that …
AON MOCK MUN
The Bhawanipur Education Society College organized a Mock Mun in Society Hall on April 26, 2023. The students at the College got a golden opportunity to spend a 3 Hour Mock Mun session held by the AON Secretariat and explore AON as a platform for freshers as well as experts. The delegates were all experienced …
Public Speaking Workshop
“Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.” -Richard Branson The students and faculty of The Bhawanipur Education Society College came up with an …