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GTO’s Briefing for Progressive Group Task

Progressive Group Task is the third task after GD and GPE in the GTO series of your SSB Interview. The Progressive Group Task is a task where the candidates need to work as a group, they need to collectively tackle the problem and achieve the group goal. Before commencing the task, …

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GTO’s Briefing for Final Group Task

Final Group Task in SSB

The GTO i.e. Group Testing Officer during the SSB Interview will give you certain instructions before each and every task. As a candidate, you must listen to his instructions very carefully because there are a lot of hidden meaning in them and you need to perform the task as per …

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GTO’s Briefing for Half Group Task

The GTO i.e. Group Testing Officer during the SSB Interview will give you certain instructions before each and every task. As a candidate, you must listen to his instructions very carefully because there are a lot of hidden meaning in them and you need to perform the task as per …

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Can I wear black/blue shoes for GTO tasks in SSB Interview?

shoes for ssb interview gto

GTO stands for Group Testing Officer and his job is to judge the candidates’ behavior among a group. You will receive instructions along with call letter regarding the dress prescribed for GTO tasks and in the instructions, it will be mentioned that the candidate needs to wear White Sports/PT Shoes, …

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How to crack Group Discussion

How to crack Group Discussion

Group Discussions or popularly know as GD are now an important part of the recruitment process for Banks, Government, and Private organization and even in admission in top MBA colleges. GDs are conducted to analyze a person’s behavior among other peoples. GDs have proved their usefulness to the company or …

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How to perform well in HGT

As far as HGT (Half Group Task) is concerned it is almost replica of PGT (Progressive Group Task) except the fact that your group will be divided into two subgroups of 5-7 candidates. While working in a bigger group many of you might feel that you were unable to perform …

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