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Group Discussions (GD) are commonly used to assess several personality aspects of candidates during various entrance tests and as a part of selection process for various jobs. It can be a game changer for most students in their entrance rests and placement chances, since most technically and aptitude sound students even falter at GD.

This comprehensive guide book on GD helps you clear the fog surrounding GD and by following its step-by-step instructions you can become a winner in GD.

This book includes:

• Insight into: Need of GD, Do’s & Don’ts in GD, Body Language & Public Speaking, Skills & Ability required in GD, and so on.

• Important GD topics, How to gather Information for GD, Reading & Practice for GD

• Practical tips on GD Preparation & Participation

Go Ahead, Enjoy Reading and Be a Winner!!!

Published: V&S Publishers on
ISBN: 9789381588222
List price: $6.00
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