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Latest 100 Topics For SSB Interview Group Discussion

Remember, the SSB lecturette is not just about what you say but also how you say it. So, be confident, articulate, and well-prepared, and you are sure to ace the SSB lecturette.

If you are going to attend your SSB interview soon then you must go through these burning issues to understand what is going on around you. Group Discussion during GTO is the first task and it is so important that you can not neglect it. How and what you speak during a group discussion shows a lot about your personality and knowledge. Also, these topics are important while going through the personal interview, you could be asked anything under the sun. Having some knowledge about current issues leaves a good impact in GD as well as in the personal interview.

The SSB (Services Selection Board) lecturette is a part of the SSB interview process for selecting candidates for officer-level posts in the Indian Armed Forces. The lecturette is conducted on the second day of the SSB interview and is designed to assess the candidate’s communication skills, thinking ability, and knowledge on current affairs.

Here are some tips on how to ace the SSB lecturette:

  1. Preparation: The first step to ace the lecturette is to be well-prepared. Stay updated on current affairs, national and international news, and important events. Also, work on your communication skills, vocabulary, and fluency in English.
  2. Time Management: The lecturette is a time-bound activity, and candidates are given only four minutes to speak on a given topic. Use your time wisely and ensure that you cover all important points.
  3. Structure and Content: Structure your lecturette in a logical and coherent manner. Start with an introduction, followed by the main points, and conclude with a summary. Your content should be relevant, clear, and concise.
  4. Confidence and Body Language: Your body language plays a vital role in conveying your confidence and command over the topic. Maintain eye contact, use hand gestures appropriately, and speak with clarity and conviction.
  5. Practice and Feedback: Practice your lecturette in front of a mirror or with friends and family. Seek feedback on your content, style, and delivery. Incorporate the feedback and work on your weaknesses.

General GD Topics

  • Gender Sensitivity is gender equality concern? 
  • A.I. in work: how it is going to change the future of workspace? 
  • Cryptocurrency/ Bitcoin 
  • Discuss the quote by Mark Zuckerburg “We don’t make services to make more money, we make money to make better services”.
  • What do you think about ‘ageing gracefully’? How can we change the trend of people going for cosmetic surgeries? 
  • Is Dependence on Computers a Good Thing?
  • Terrorism in India
  • How effective are Indian B-schools?
  • Will E-Commerce will ruin the retail stores?
  • Are Peace and Non-Violence Outdated Concepts?
  • Effect of demonetization on common citizen vis-a-vis black money holders 
  • Discuss Social Media impact on teenagers. 
  • Are men compromising their careers for the family? 
  • Are nuclear families a blessing in disguise? 
  • Artificial Intelligence is taking over the human workforce.
  • Is our Political System Reason for our Backwardness?
  • #Me Too Campaign 
  • E-Learning: A Substitute for Classroom Learning?
  • Work-Life balance and Need for spirituality.
  • The decline in open spaces may lead to negative tendencies in children. 

Current Affairs Topics for GD

  • Impact of COVID on the global economy
  • Importance of public health post-COVID
  • India’s COVID-19 battle vs developed countries
  • New world order – social distancing?
  • Are we a part of a virtual world post COVID?
  • Lockdown caused a dent in the Indian economy
  • Citizenship Amendment Act 
  • How will the Abrogation of Article 370 improve the situation in Kashmir?
  • COVID lockdown exposed social and gender inequality in the country
  • Media Freedom – Is it important?
  • Will the Amendment Bill benefit companies?
  • Can electric vehicles be a success in India?
  • Significance of Data Privacy
  • Discuss Union Budget India 2019-2020
  • The implication of State Assembly elections at the national level?
  • What is the significance of the Statue of Unity?
  • Will Denuclearisation Instill World Peace?
  • Aadhaar mandatory – for or against

Business and Economics

  • What are your views on YONO?
  • Business Lobbying in India
  • India vs China – A better economy in 2050?
  • Importance of an MBA in a successful business
  • How is Bitcoin affecting global economy?
  • Business and Technology go hand in hand
  • AI is the future of business
  • Is brand presence more important than good services?
  • Future of Banking sector in India

Group Discussion Topics for Students

  • How has COVID affected the Indian students?
  • Freedom: Is It a Myth?
  • Will the 5 Trillion Indian Economy Ever Be A Success?
  • Urban v/s Rural India
  • Education System of India
  • Death Penalty for Crime Against Women
  • Condition of Indian States
  • Sanitization of Poor
  • Globalization – Effects on India

Group Discussion Topics for MBA

  • Impact of COVID on Education
  • Peer Pressure
  • Carbon tax
  • Digital detox
  • Formal degrees are things of the past
  • Impact of COVID-19 on the education sector
  • The Future of work
  • Carbon footprint
  • Fame is a double-edged sword
  • National Education Policy 2020
  • National Health ID
  • E-learning – Pros & Challenges
  • Impact of Coronavirus/COVID-19 on Environment
  • How prepared is India to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak?
  • Data Localisation – Benefits & Challenges
  • Impact of technology on Jobs
  • #Metoo Campaign 
  • Crypto Currency/ Bitcoin

Latest Group Discussion Topics

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health
  • Taliban Rule in Afghanistan- Impact on India
  • How to prevent COVID Third wave in India?
  • Blended learning – The new normal
  • Money or Happiness – Can money make us happy?
  • The rise of the Gig economy
  • Censorship of OTT platforms – Right or Wrong?
  • The importance of netiquette in the digital age
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy
  • India’s COVID-19 vaccination program
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy
  • India’s COVID-19 vaccination program
  • How can we prevent the next pandemic?
  • Should anonymity be allowed on the internet?
  • Formal degrees are things of the past
  • Open book exams – Pros, Cons & Challenges
  • Lessons for the world from COVID-19 pandemic
  • Impact of Coronavirus/COVID-19 on Environment
  • How prepared is India to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak?
  • Fit India Movement
  • Can India become a $5 trillion economy by 2024?
  • The menace of Eve-teasing
  • Mental illness in India

100 Topics For SSB Interview Group Discussion

Is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail sector good for India?

  • Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an investment in a business by an investor from another country for which the foreign investor has control over the company purchased. The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) defines control as owning 10% or more of the business.

Can the world economy bank upon India for growth?

  • The World Bank expects India’s economy to expand at 7.2 percent this fiscal but said that the note ban temporarily disrupted growth last fiscal, which slowed to an estimated 6.8 percent.

Falling oil prices

  • From 2010 until mid-2014, world oil prices had been fairly stable, at around $110 a barrel. But since June prices have more than halved. Brent crude oil has now dipped below $50 a barrel for the first time since May 2009 and US crude is down to below $48 a barrel. The reasons for this change are twofold – weak demand in many countries due to insipid economic growth, coupled with surging US production.

Jan Dhan Yojana

  • Pradhan Mantri JanDhan Yojana (PMJDY) is National Mission for Financial Inclusion to ensure access to financial services, namely, Banking/ Savings & Deposit Accounts, Remittance, Credit, Insurance, Pension in an affordable manner.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Demonetization policy

  • This move will help the government to track unaccounted black money or cash on which income tax has not been paid. Individuals who are sitting on a pile of cash usually do not deposit the amount in the bank or invest anywhere as they would be required to show income or submit PAN for any valid financial transactions. They would hide it somewhere and use it as and when necessary. Banning high-value currency will impact people who will have no option, but, to declare income and pay tax on the same or destroy the cash somehow. Now, it is not possible to hide the money as the notes have been declared invalid. It may cause inconvenience for initial few days for those who have to start running to the banks to exchange notes, deposit amount or withdraw the same. The situation can turn chaotic if there is a delay in the circulation of new currency.

Freedom of press should exist

  • Freedom refers to the state of liberty, or right and privileged to speak and act according to one’s own will. Press and media (print, electronic and online) are the most important medium of expressing opinion of the people in a democratic country that justifies one’s individual right to speech and expression, a coveted right enshrined in the Indian constitution and in the constitution of other countries on the globe. Press generally refers to the newspaper industry. In modern world, besides newspaper, there are various forms of news-media such as television and radio broadcasting, online news websites and blogs, etc.

Smartphones Addiction-  Latest trend or harmful device

  • According to Erica Swallow, associate editor of Mashable, the United Kingdom has declared itself a “smartphone-addicted” country.  Ofcom, a UK telecommunications regulator, released the following statistics as part of their study on smartphone usage in the UK:
    • 37% of adults and 60% of teens admit they are highly addicted to their smartphones.
    •  51% of adults and 65% of teens say they have used their smartphone while socializing with others.
    • 23% of adults and 34% of teens have used their smartphones during mealtimes.
    • 22% of adult and 47% of teens admitted using or answering their smartphone while in the bathroom

More GD Topics Below

  • Is India a secular country?
  • Should public sector be privatised?
  • Should Yoga be made compulsory in schools?
  • Do we really need Smart Cities?
  • Describe the relevance of BRICS and its future
  • Should single-point GST be implemented?
  • Merit or Seniority – Better criterion for promotion?
  • Start Up India, Stand Up India – Prospering Entrepreneurial Culture
  • Gold Monetization Scheme
  • Demand for new states, is it justifiable?
  • Dowry system in India is curtailed only by law and not practically
  • Is management art or science?
  • Should there be exemptions in odd-even rule?
  • Do brands rule our lives?
  • How would the victory of Donald Trump in USA impact India?
  • Internet censorship
  • Should NH be made toll free
  • Management can’t be taught
  • Computers dehumanizing society
  • Should India destroy the terrorist camps in Pakistan?
  • Are women better managers than men?
  • Should reservation in higher education be allowed?
  • 100 percent FDI in E commerce – what it means to retail business?
  • India or Indians Who Is Performing Better?
  • India’s Democratic Dividend Is Underutilized
  • Is India Ready For Ecommerce
  • The population of India an asset.
  • Environment – What man is doing to Nature
  • Merits and Demerits of cashless economy.
  • Promoting tourism in India.
  • Developing an entrepreneurial ecosystem in India.
  • Ensuring gender diversity in Indian workforce.
  • Making Indian Banking system more inclusive.
  • Gram Uday Se Bharat Uday Abhiyan
  • Concept of smart city
  • Promoting healthy eating habits in young children
  • Modi wave in India
  • Even a clock that does not work is right twice a day
  • Role of NITI Aayog
  • How escalating pollution rate in India can be controlled?
  • What must be done to improve the education system of India?
  • Jallikattu – The ban should continue!
  • Make in India or Made in India
  • Kashmir after Bruhan Wani’s death.
  • Cauvery dispute and its solutions
  • Shivaji Memorial – An important structure or a Waste of tax money?
  • Would it be digital black economy post demonetization?
  • How demonetization is affecting common people more than black money holders!
  • Should national anthem be played in cinema halls?
  • Is India a really secular country?
  • Is it fair to spare political parties from income tax investigation?
  • Should referendum be used as a method to take important strategic decisions?
  • How digitization is strengthening Indian Democracy?
  • Comment on the merits and demerits of online education versus classroom learning
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Words are Sharper than the two-edged sword
  • Planning Commission or Niti Ayog – Would the change in name matter?
  • Bullet train or Better trains – What does India need?
  • Does working along with texting from mobile makes one less productive
  • India’s performance in Rio Olympics
  • Nuclear Energy boon or bane
  • Bharat Vs India
  • Grey
  • To be or not to be
  • India needs more implementers than Planners
  • Justice delayed is justice denied
  • Knowledge based economy is important to achieve the economic boom of India
  • ADHAAR Project and the Right to Privacy
  • Online shopping- a boon or a bane?
  • Coke and Pepsi should be driven out of India
  • Make in India- vs. Incredible India
  • Television – an idiot box or a useful resource?
  • Short and long term implications of Surgical Strikes
  • Pink Pajamas flying over Red Fort
  • Should Pakistani artists be banned from working in India?
  • Should India host Olympics?
  • ISRO’s space missions – funds of country misused
  • Should India have US style Presidential Debates?
  • Should Pellet guns be banned?
  • Should India have a Uniform Civil Code?
  • GST bill : Pros & Corns
  • Will Donald Trump’s presidency be a bad news for women?
  • Independence of Judiciary is the need of the hour
  • A ship docked in harbor cannot face the storm!
  • Cricket matches with DRS technology – Pros & Cons
  • FDI in retail- Boon or Bane?
  • Technology is a double edge sword. It should be managed carefully
  • Winning is what matters, whatever may be the cost 
  • Is the youth of India confident or confused?
  • Impact of Cyrus Mistry‘s ouster as Tata Sons Chairman
  • Bureaucracy or Democracy – Which is better?
  • Should triple talaq be abolished from India?
  • Impact of Brexit on Indian Economy

The Editorial Team at SSBCrack consists of professional writers, journalists and defence aspirants.
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