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Important Link

 
National Portal of India:
 
  1. National Portal of India
Academics:
 
  1. Bar Council of India
  2. Distance Education Council
  3. Indira Gandhi National Open University
  4. Medical Council of India
  5. University Grants Commission
  6. All India Council of Technical Education
  7. National Council for Teacher Education
  8. Ministry of HRD (Education)
  9. National Council for Educational Research & Training
  10. Central Board Of Secondary Education
  11. Delhi University
  12. Jawaharlal Nehru University
  13. Official web site of CAT
  14. Official web site of GBTU
  15. Official web site of GMAT
  16. Official web site of MAT Exam
  17. Right to Information Act (India
Civil – Services:
 
  1. Union Public Service Commission
  2. Department of Personal & Training
  3. Staff Selection Commission
Defence:
 
  1. Indian Army
  2. National Defence Academy
  3. Indian Navy
  4. Join Indian Army
  5. Indian Air Force
Aviation:
 
  1. Ministry of Civil Aviation
  2. Directorate General of Civil Aviation
  3. IATA training
  4. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi
Banking & Finance:
 
  1. Reserve Bank of India
  2. State Bank of India
  3. Corporation Bank
  4. Panjab National Bank
  5. The Institute Of Chartered Accountant
  6. The Institute Of Company Secretaries of India
  7. National Stock exchange of India
  8. Bombay Stock exchange
  9. Indian Institute of Statistical Institute
  10. Indian Institute of Banking & Finance
Engineering:
 
  1. The Institutions of Engineers (India)
  2. IIT-Kharagpur
  3. Bureau of Energy Efficiency
  4. Joint Entrance Examination (Orissa)
  5. Distance Education Council for distance education in Engineering
Information Technology:
 
  1. Ministry of Information Technology
  2. NASSCOM
  3. Centre For Development of Advance Computing
  4. Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  5. DOECC
Management:
 
  1. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
  2. Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
  3. Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM B)
  4. Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM L)
  5. Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM I)
  6. Indian Institute of Management, Calicut (IIM K - Kozhikode)
Law:
 
  1. Supreme Court of India
  2. Ministry of Law & Justice
  3. National Commission for Women
  4. Central Administrative Tribunal
Media:
 
  1. Indian Institute of Mass Commission
  2. Publications Division
  3. DoorDarshan
  4. Directorate Of Advertising and Visual Publicity
  5. Press Information Bureau
Hospitality:
 
  1. Ministry of Tourism
  2. Incredible India
Library Science:
 
  1. Raja Rammohun Roy Library foundation
  2. National Archives Of India
Medicine:
 
  1. Ministry of Health & Welfare
  2. Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
  3. National Aids Control Organisation
  4. Armed Forces Medical College
Indian Railways:
 
  1. Indian Railways
  2. Indian Railways
  3. Ministry of Railways
  4. IRCON
  5. Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd.
Retail:
 
  1. Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, Kolkata
  2. CII Institute of Logistics, Chennai
  3. Gobind Ballabh Pant University
  4. Annamalai University
  5. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.
Science:
 
  1. Bioinformatics Institute of India
  2. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
  3. Mumbai University
  4. IIT Bombay
  5. Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi
  6. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
  7. CSIR-UGC (NET)
  8. Indian Council of Medical Research.
  9. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  10. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
  11. Central Institute of Fisheries Nautical and Engineering Training
Pharmacy:
 
  1. National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research
  2. Academy for Clinical Excellence (ACE)
  3. Institute of Clinical Research (ICRI)
  4. Bombay College of Pharmacy
  5. Guru Jambeshwar University.
  6. Jamia Hamdarad Islamia
Science-IPR/PATENTS:
 
  1. Patent Office, Govt of India
  2. Institute of Intellectual Property Studies, Mumbai.
  3. Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (Deemed University)
  4. National Law School of India University, Nagarbhavi.
Entrepreneurship:
 
  1. Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute
  2. Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
  3. Ministry of Labour & Employment

Group Discussion



As a professional in the working world, there will be many times when you will be required to participate in group discussions. There are the four major areas tested in your group discussion:

  1. Content
  2. Communication skills
  3. Group dynamics
  4. Leadership

Normally 7-10 candidate are taken as a group, though in some cases, up to 14 people may be included in a group. The GD lasts for 10-15 minutes. For a topic-based GD, 2-3 minutes of thinking time may be given; though the group is often told to start right away. The evaluation is done by one or two experts, usually expert from the organization itself. Please remember that these people are experts with a lot of experience and can be counted upon to observe all details, even if the GD is chaotic.

The candidates may be seated in a circle or in a rectangular arrangement, with or without a table. Seating arrangements may be prefixed or there may be free seating.

The discussion may be stopped at the set time or even earlier. A conclusion or consensus may be asked for, though it usually does not occur. A written or verbal summary may asked for at the end from each candidate.

 

Some common group discussion topics are:

  1. US war on Iraq-justified or not.
  2. Role of UN in peacekeeping.
  3. Position of Women in India compared to other nations.
  4. Environment Management.
  5. Is China better than India in software?
  6. Should SONIA Gandhi be made the PM
  7. BPOs in INDIA
  8. Government contribution to IT
  9. will punch lines rule the Advertisement
  10. premarital sex
  11. is china a threat to Indian industry
  12. India or west , which is the land of oppotunities
  13. water resources should be nationalized
  14. "BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY"
  15. Effect of cinema on Youth
  16. Education in India compared to Foreign nations
  17. Is it necessary to ban COCO COLA in India?
  18. What is the effect of movies on youth? is it good or bad)
  19. Are studies more beneficial in India or in Abroad?
  20. "UN's peace activities" and "America's war on Iraq".
  21. "Environment-Who's Responsibility".
  22. Is China a threat to the Indian software industry?
  23. Role of UN in Peace keeping
  24. War on Iraq
  25. About Hockey being the primary game in India
  26. Can America occupy Iraq
  27. Cricket should be banned or not.
  28. IS CHINA A THREAT TO INDIA
  29. Present state of Indian Cricket team.
  30. Love marriage/Arranged marriage.
  31. Advantages of Co-education.
  32. How to deal with international terrorism.
  33. Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan?
  34. Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts?
  35. How to deal with international terrorism.
  36. Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan?
  37. Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts?
  38. Is coalition politics here to stay?
  39. Does India need a dictator?
  40. Is India moving away from a secularist state?
  41. Education in India - or the lack of it
  42. What ails Indian sports?
  43. The Age of Information
  44. Is Philosophy just an armchair theory?
  45. Success is all about human relations
  46. Borderless worlds - Dream or reality?
  47. Quality is a myth in India.
  48. Education and success - Is there a correlation?
  49. We don't learn from history, we repeat it
  50. Do we need a global policeman?
  51. Indian villages - our strength or our weakness?
  52. Agrarian Economy in India - boon or bane
  53. if there were no armies in the world......
  54. Indian customs - are we in a time warp?
  55. "How green was my valley........" Is nature paying the price?
  56. Management Education - Is it necessary to succeed in business
  57. The role of NGOs in economics and politics
  58. NGOs - Do they serve peoples interests or are they pressure groups?
  59. Death of Socialism
  60. Role of women in development
  61. Kids today are not what they used to be
  62. Casteless India - A pipe dream
  63. Should Trade Unionism be banned in India
  64. Repeated elections - Should taxpayers pay for it?
  65. Indian bureaucracy - foundation strengths or colonial hangovers?
  66. In India, the whole is less than the parts - Do we lack in team spirit?
  67. Generation X - Drivers of our future or are they our lost souls?
  68. Do we need a cut in the defence budget?
  69. "Dot.com" companies - Is there room for everyone?
  70. Artificial Intelligence - Will man be ever replaced by machines?
  71. if I were to choose my person of the millennium...
  72. All the world is a stage....
  73. when managers become Hamlets...
  74. If Patel were our first Prime Minister.......
  75. Materialism - Have we sold our souls to the Devil?
  76. You've come a long way, baby - The rise and rise of feminist power .
  77. Role of ethics in tobacco industry, liquor industry etc.
  78. Should gambling be legalised in India?
  79. Are we unfit for Democracy?
  80. Survival tools for the new millennium
  81. Examinations - has it killed education?
  82. Cultural Invasion through the air waves
  83. Should doctors be tried in Consumer Courts?
  84. Abortion and Euthanasia - Is it morally right for society
  85. Are beauty pageants necessary?
  86. The relevance of Gandhi's today
  87. India and the WTO
  88. Is India a secular country or it is just said secular?
  89. Women are better home makers or professionals?
  90. How to balance Environmental Concerns and Industrial Development together.
  91. The role of advertisement ageny in present market.
  92. Current relation of Libya and Italy.
  93. Current relation of India and America after Obama visited India.
  94. Gmail or Facebook?
  95. Entrepreneurial things are nothing but pile of risks, do you agree?

Some Political Topics:

  1. Reserving seats for women in Panchayat has not only been a farce but has distracted from developing a more genuine voice of women.
  2. Have the nuclear tests of 1998 benefited or harmed India?
  3. Voters, not, political parties are responsible for the criminalization of politics.
  4. The voters are required to be well informed and educated about their candidates so that they can elect the right aspirant by their own assessment.
  5. India should go for the presidential form of democracy.

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