A panel will judge team members for their alertness and presence of mind, problem-solving abilities, ability to work as a team without alienating certain members, and creativity.
What The Panel Looks For:
All that one observes in a Group Discussion can be categorized into two broad areas: the Content and the Process.
The content is all about the ‘matter’ or the ‘what’ spoken in the group discussion. Whereas, the process refers to the ‘how’, ‘when’ and ‘why’ of the group discussion.
Both are equally important and need adequate attention at all stages.
|Strength of Point||40|
|Building Upon Existing Point||5|
|Rephrasing Existing Point||5|
|Rationale Explained Behind Point||5|
|Quality of Example Given||5|
|Quality of initiative Shown||5|
|Style of Sitting||5|
|Eye Contact While Speaking||5|
|Movement of Hands||5|
|Command over Language||10|
|Clarity of Voice||10|