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There are various GD topics from various spheres and anyone can be a part of your GD. Still there are many topics that are important and should be prepared before one goes for a GD.
How the stock market works?
The foreign exchange rate, liquidity, basic economic theory
Economic reforms in India
How banking works; common banking terms
Know how the stock market works - bonds, investment, etc.
The global economic scenario
Scandals such as Enron, WorldCom, Arthur Andersen and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
The role of technology in business
The pros and cons of globalization
Emerging communication technologies
Foreign exchange rates, convertibility, currencies and per capita incomes
Political events, opinions and situations
India's case for a permanent seat on the security council of UN
The present situation in Middle Eastern countries such as Iraq, Palestine and Lebanon
The India-US Nuclear deal - is it beneficial or not?
The Sri Lankan Peace Process
Basic structure of government systems
Current politics of India
Basic political theory and ideologies such as capitalism (Adam Smith), communism (Marx), socialism, democracy, egalitarianism, libertarianism, etc.
Principles of political theories, pros and cons of each ideology, how the most important governments function
Currencies and per capita incomes
India's 5-Year Plans
The Indian space programme
Debatable topics - issues concerning:
Advertising - fairness, company responsibility, unbiased information
Technology - the replacement of human workers, management, the telecommunications sector, its role in the economy, problems with technology
Social issues - education, taxation, social programs, income distribution
Gender issues in society and in the workplace
The emancipation of women
Language issues in society and in the workplace
The effects of globalization and trade on the world and in India
Problems which plague developing nations
The "brain drain"
Issues within the education system
The preservation of heritage, culture or customs
Various rhetoric statements - are they true or not?
Do you agree or disagree with these statements? Think about the arguments for or against them.
Democracy has hampered India's progress.
Globalization is good.
Computers result in unemployment.
Men and women will always be unequal in the workplace.
Corruption is the main outcome of democracy in India.
History repeats itself.
NGOs (Non-governmental organizations) such as the United Nations are ineffective.
An India free of the caste system is simply a pipe dream.
E-Commerce the best thing for India.
Is materialism good or bad?
Is Indian bureaucracy the basis of a government's foundation, or simply a poor leftover from colonial times?
Is the agrarian economy in India a boon or a bane?
Is management education really necessary to succeed in business?
What is the role of ethics in industries such as tobacco, gambling and liquor?
Should India aspire to be a nuclear superpower?
Advertising is a form of brainwashing.
How will the introduction of hedge funds and the liberalization of foreign exchange controls impact our market?
Is war with Pakistan inevitable?
The ends justify the means.
What do you think of
(one that is in the news) decision to go public?
Is identity more important than policy?
Greed is good - it is an essential human quality.
The advancement of women's rights is the basis for social development.
Is China a threat to the Indian economy?
Should the concept of arrange marriage still exist?
The environment - whose responsibility is it?
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