NDA 2021: SSB Lecturette Topics

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Mar 31, 2021

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NDA (National Defence Academy) is a national level entrance exam that is conducted by UPSC, twice a year for recruitment in National Defence Academy and Indian Naval Academy.

Candidates who will clear the NDA 2021 written exam conducted by UPSC will need to go through an Interview. The 5-day Selection Process will be scheduled at the Armed Forces SSB Centers spread across the country. Check NDA SSB Interview Process.

Service Selection Board is the personality & intelligence interview which analyses the potential and compatibility of each candidate for employment in the Armed Forces of India. Check NDA Preparation Books

Lecturette is one of the tests conducted during SSB Interview to judge the personality of the candidates. Lecturette is a small speech or talk given by a candidate, lecturette is conducted by GTO during a group task.

As part of the SSB Interview, in lecturette topics – one card is provided which contains 4 of the SSB Lecturette topics and out of 4 topics candidates has to talk on one topic for 3 minutes. Check Also Type of Questions Asked in NDA

Lecturette Introduction

GTO (Group Testing Officer) will ask candidates to a give brief introduction before they start SSB Lecturette small talk. For this, the candidate has to say on following:

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Importance of SSB Lecturette Topics

Lecturette is a 3 minutes’ exercise where a candidate is required to present a speech related to a topic which he has to choose out of 4 given topics. Generally, topics are simple in nature and a person who is a little bit aware of all the latest happening in the world can easily pass this task.

These lecturette topics would help you to familiarize yourself with the type of topics you might face during lecturette in GTO.

List of Topics List of Topics
Should military training be made compulsory in India? Should capital punishment be abolished?
India’s foreign policy is it successful? Do rural youth commit more crimes than urban youth?
Should the posts of President and Governors be abolished? Is Atom bomb a curse or blessing in disguise?
Should inter-caste marriages be encouraged for national integration? Election in India?
Should India produce more female or male doctors? How can cattle wealth in India be improved?
How can Sino – India border problems be solved? Role of UNO
Role of army in peace and war National Integration
Role of teacher in society Does past history of a nation tell us about the future of the nation?
Convergence technology Coalition Government
AIB Roast Sports in India
Kashmir Issue Narendra Modi on the World Front
Brain Drain Criminalization of politics
Internet revolution US-Russia Relationship
E-Commerce BPO vs KPO
Indian Society – Turning to Western Way of Life G 20
Should Article 370 be Abrogated? IT is a Boon for Society
Bribery- A Cancer of Indian Society Mutual Funds
Election Commission Indian Cinema Industry
Political Leadership in India Which is the Most Neglected Sector in Our Country?
Judicial Activism Sarkaria Commission
A forestation – A Crying Need Entry of Foreign Universities in India
Rakhi Sawant – A Glamour Girl Our Rights vs Responsibilities
AIDS – A Threat to Humanity Solar Energy
Professional Education in India Yoga- A Gift to Present World by India
Corrupt Politicians – An Issue Requires Attention Energy Industry in Our Country
Medical Care in India Right to Information (RTI)
Corruption in Our Society Stray Cattle Menace
Terrorist Problem in Kashmir Doping in Sports
Role of NGO Role of Media
Is India a Soft Country? Alternate Source of Energy
Naxalism Global Warming
BPO in India India’s Architecture
Girl Child Aviation Industry in India
Use of Technology in Agriculture Musharraf – A Leader’s Case Study
Sex Education – Crying Need of Present Day World Media and its Effects
Role of Youth in Society Gay Rights
Green House Effect Ecology and Environment
SEZs – A Double-Edged Weapon Disinvestment of PSUs
Privatization of Universities Same-Sex Marriage
Reality Shows on TV – A Deep-Rooted Look Dowry – A Curse on Society
Ecological System Nano Technology
Role of UN in present era Metro Rail
Health and Diet Judicial System of India
Use of drugs in sports Generation gap
Naxal problem SAARC
Interlinking of rivers NHAI – Serving Nation
India and its relations with neighbouring countries Most Responsible Corporate – As Per Me
Most Corrupt Person – As I See it BJP – A Party with a Difference
9/11 – A Black Mark for USA but Caution for All United We Stand, Divided We Fall

How to Prepare for SSB Lecturette Topics

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In this test, no one is going to interrupt you while speaking, so your performance depends totally upon you. Good scoring depends on following gestures-

  • Improve your communication & oratory skills.
  • Be updated with current affairs, latest National & International happenings.
  • Be confident while delivering lecturette.
  • Do crisp actions with smartness.
  • Be an active participant in social networking, enhances information & communication skills.
  • Use accurate pronunciation & words to articulate a sentence in an impressive manner.
  • Avoid silly mistakes of grammar like his-her, has-had, etc. all these leave a bad impression.
  • Keep in check the pause and breaks when speaking it will help in maintaining the tempo of the lecture.
  • Practice daily in front of a mirror & speak for about 3 minutes on at least 10 topics daily.
  • Keep the lecture in short memory cards in mind while preparing the topic and unfold them in sequence while delivering the lecture.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.