What is the procedure of (GD) Group Discussion in SSB GTO task
- All the ssb gd topics are given by GTO, there are two rounds of GD conducted by GTO for each group of candidates.
- To conduct the discussion candidates are asked to sit in a round table manner as per the sequence of their chest numbers.
- During First Round of GD, GTO provide 2 ssb gd topics out of which one of the topic is selected by the group for discussion. Time given for the selection of topic is 30 seconds.
- Unanimous consent is required while selecting the topic, group have to select one topic among the 2 ssb gd topics on which each candidates gives his/her agreement.
- Quick selection or choice making on one of the ssb gd topics gives a positive impression to the GTO.
- Once the topic is selected, GTO will repeat the topic i.e. selected from the ssb gd topics and the group discussion will start and continue for approximately 15 Minutes.
- Once the time of discussion allotted is over GTO will halt the discussion whether the group came to a conclusion or not by saying “Well done gentleman” or “It was a nice discussion”.
- Straight away Second Round of GD will start too. Preferably no seating arrangement is alter during round 2.
- As the GD 1 is over GTO will give a topic of his choice from the list of ssb gd topics to the group for the discussion.
- Again the group will discuss the ssb gd topic for approx 15 Minutes and as stated earlier no conclusion is required as it is simply a discussion.
- NEW GROUP DISCUSSION TOPICS IN SSB 2022 – 2021 1. Problems of India and Pakistan Can be resolved through War.
2. Man is becoming a slave of Machines.
3. In our quest to consume, will there be anything left for future generations.
4. Wars only bring lasting destruction.
5. Indo-China war in future is inevitable.
6. Nuclear weapons have contributed to peace.
7. Our endeavors of progress are leading to destruction of human race.
8. The sense of dressing in females contributes to rapes.
9. Demonetization has made a dent on Indian Economy.
10. Lockdown in India due to Covid could have been avoided.
11. Khap Panchyats in India should be declared illegal.
12. Abrogation of Article 370 has bought avoidable problems in India.
1. Shabrimala Temple Controversy
2. Me Too Movement
3. Article 35A
4. Statue of unity
5. Women In Combat Roles
6. Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018
7. Section 497 of IPC
8. Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill
9. Universal Basic Income Scheme India
10. Rafael Deal
11. Aadhaar and Privacy issues
12. The ban on cow slaughter/ Beef Ban
13. Cashless Economy
14. Economic growth Vs Environmental conservation
15. Election Funding
16. Free Speech: Rights & Limits
17. Frequent promulgation of Ordinance
18. Full statehood to Delhi: Should it be granted or not?
19. Interstate water disputes: Focus on Cauvery Water Dispute
20. Judicial activism and judicial Overreach
21. Judicial appointment: Collegium Vs NJAC
22. Kashmir Unrest
23. Media freedom and Responsible reporting
24. Muslim Personal law: Polygamy/ Triple talaq
25. Nationalism vs Regionalism
26. NGOs and Development/ Crackdown on NGOs
27. Dalit assertion and Politics of reservation
28. Restriction on the entry of women in places of worship
29. Should India spend more on science or Social welfare?
30. Supreme Court judgement on Caste, Religion in Polls
31. Parliamentary disruptions
32. Uniform civil code
33. Privatization of certain Healthcare Services
34. Agrarian crisis: Issues in farmer economy
35. Issues related to Social Media
36. Criminalisation of politics
37. Stubble burning in the neighbourhood of Delhi
38. Marital rape
39. ‘Living wills’/ Euthanasia
40. Separate State Flag in Karnataka
41. Net neutrality
42. The merger of PSU banks
43. Privatization of Air India
44. Capital Punishment/death sentence
45. Politics and Economics of farm loan waiver
46. Laws to ban certain social practices
47. Entry of foreign universities in India
48. Respecting national anthem
49. The special court for trying politicians
50. FRDI bill
51. National Medical Commission Bill
52. Barring MPs from practicing law
53. Controversy over changing the Constitution
54. Lateral entry: Professionalizing Governance or Committed Bureaucracy?
55. Section 377: Constitutionality Vs Morality
56. Institutions of Eminence: Can the tag help to create world-class universities?
57. Higher Education Commission of India
58. Bad bank: Is it a good idea?
59. Data protection: Privacy Vs Innovation
60. Ayushman Bharat: Can it make India healthier?
61. SC/ST Act judgment: Protecting the innocent or diluting the Protection?
62. Crisis in the sugar sector
63. Khap Panchayats and honour killing
64. National Policy on Biofuels
65. Should the SC proceedings be live streamed?
66. Doubling the Farmer’s income
67. Is AI a danger to humanity?
68. What prevents women from working in India?
69. Special category status
70. National Register of Citizens
71. Price Deficiency Payment mechanism
72. Death penalty for raping minor
73. Mob lynching: Is it becoming a new normal?
74. RTI amendments
75. India in SCO: Benefits and challenges
76. Minimum Support Price
77. Reservation in promotion for SC/ST employees
78. No detention under RTE
79. Interlinking of rivers
80. Compensatory Afforestation
81. Non-Performing Assets
82. Amendments to the prevention of Corruption Act
83. Issues related to the appointment of Lokpal
84. Does RBI need more power to monitor Banks?
85. Office of the Speaker: Powers and Issues