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Published by Jadhav Nilesh Ashok
My dear friends preparing for group discussion need to have a good sample of Group Discussion. Nilesh Ashik Jadhav from Malegaon provides them with a unique one. Best of luck for your GD preparations. Bye.
My dear friends preparing for group discussion need to have a good sample of Group Discussion. Nilesh Ashik Jadhav from Malegaon provides them with a unique one. Best of luck for your GD preparations. Bye.

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Published by: Jadhav Nilesh Ashok on Jun 15, 2009
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Introduction :
Welcome to the Group Discussion that you’re now going tosee. Listen to the topic carefully and observe the manner of itsoverall collective expression i.e. its content, content delivery process and style, spoken language, body language,coordination among group members, mistakes [if any] etc. Youneed to consciously attend to how the topic develops logicallyand gradually with all its key points organically connected andintertwined. You can tell whether its conclusive or inclusive.You can also imitate it by talking on the same topic and,desirably, in a different manner, with different (particularlyverbal) expressions. In short, it’s re-creating the same G.D.session in a different manner. Let’s see it first. Ready?
Name of the topic
 Terrorism at Your Doorstep_ EveryCitizen is a Cop without a Uniform.
L1: We are here to talk about the topic, Terrorism at Your Doorstep_ Every Citizen is a Cop without a Uniform. Here the emphasiswould be more on the citizen’s duties and responsibilities as afighter against terrorism and less on the topic of terrorism since it’s been known to all of us well and has been amply discussed cuttingacross all sorts of boundaries. Ready?S1: Sir, fighting against terrorism requires unity. We need to cometogether and speak against the destructive forces irrespective of religion, class, caste, gender, political affiliations and differentideologies and viewpoints. United we stand, divided we fall. Againstterrorism, the world should unitedly stand up and speak loudly withone voice that there would be zero tolerance for terrorism in acivilized society and no place for violence.S2: That’s right S1, but your viewpoint appears quite Utopian. In reality,this can hardly happen as people are more concerned about their day-to-day affairs that they hardly find any time for that. No doubt,terrorism is a serious problem but it needs to dealt with in a differentmanner. The inclusion of this problem in sociology textbooks aswell as forums, seminars and conferences, group discussions, as wedo here, now etc. done on a wide scale can instill amongst the youngstudents the gravity of the situation. Also, compulsory militaryeducation to every able bodied youngster above the age of 18 for atleast a year during which time he would be taught certain fightingstrategies and given disaster management training. Those whoqualify the training successfully can be given a licensed pistol to be
used against terrorists if the 26/11 Mumbai style terrorist attack takes place. At least the militarily trained youth from metro areaneed to be equipped with a 6-bore pistol. They can give terrorists a befitting reply if they create such sort of mischief or misadventure.S3: My dear S2/fellow, this is not viable to train every able bodied youthas the young are in millions across the country and constitute morethan the billion-plus population of India. Giving all the trainedyoung men pistols can create the grave law and order situation if some cases of sporadic individual or group fights out of anger,communal grievances, envy, enmity or rivalry erupt_ some of themmisusing these licensed pistols against one another. This situationwould be even graver than terrorism itself, producing fear,insecurity, chaos and panic. The cops would have to spend their time, resources and energy dealing with such sporadic cases of violence, thus, diverting their attention from their anti-terror vigilance duties. This can aggravate the problem further giving freerein to terrorists to spread there activities and fish in troubled waters.As far as I think military training and providing arms to trainedyouth is not a proper solution against terror malaise.S4: Don’t all of you think that evil of violence lies in all of us? Youknow animal is skin deep and can erupt any time like a volcano. Canthe fear of arms and ammunition cause terror in violent tendenciesthat are widespread or at least control them effectively? Terrorism isthe byproduct of violence. Terrorists are not simply those who wear masks and fight against governments on ideological or politicalgrounds by holding guns or rocket launchers. Terrorists are thosewho create fear, insecurity, threat to life and property as well as panic by violent means as in riots, in houses against their ownwomen or sisters and children, in neighbourhood lootings,conspiracies against public wellbeing by resorting to fraudulentmeans. I think we need to redefine the concept of terrorism first by

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