SSB Interview Lecturette Sample Topics

Lecturette is one of the tests conducted during SSB interview to judge the personality of the candidates. We can say Lecturette is a small speech or a small talk given by candidate, Lecturette is conducted by GTO during group task. Here, to a candidate under SSB Lecturette topics one card is provided which contains 4 of the SSB Lecturette topics and out of 4 topics candidate has to talk on one topic for 3 minutes.

During Lecturette a candidate has the opportunity to impress GTO by presenting his/her good personality, GTO expectation from candidate – good expressions, better body language, fluency and confidence during the Lecturette. In this test being knowledgeable always has an upper-hand on the performance and to do so candidates must make himself/herself information savvy on current affair or events.

Lecturette introduction

GTO will ask candidates to give brief introduction before he/she starts SSB Lecturette topic small talk, in that candidate have to say on following:

  • Name
  • Where are you From
  • Hobbies
  • Parents profession
  • What you are currently doing (Studying/Job)?

SSB Interview Lecturette Sample Topics

SSB Interview Lecturette Sample Topics

  • Role Of Computers: The computer is one of the most wonderful products of modern science. The computer is scientific marvel. It is called a mechanical brain. computer is a part of our life because we can not do any work without computer. the following advantage :

1. We can to get jobs information so we can suddenly search.

2. We can do accounting works for bushiness purpose or study purpose.

3. We can suddenly type letter an it can be help for correction the words.

4. We can book the travel arrangement – ticket booking hotel booking as required. we can called to computer by mind of human.

  • Terrorism

Today, terrorism is associated with warlike activities that violate human and civil rights. The United States has been at the head of the anti-terrorist movement after 9/11 disaster. It has taken a burdensome mission to lead the global anti-terrorist movement, with the enemy invisible, hidden, and unpredictable. This mission gave birth to many mistakes and distorted the idea of a noble peace-making mission. Civilian populations in Iraque and Afghanistan got involved; no progress was made against terrorism as the evil of the 21st century. Notorious violations of civil and human rights in Iraque ended in many protests, especially in the Muslim world.

Terrorism is the plaque of the 21st century. Global mass media terrorize populations with the reports of shocking terrorist attacks. But the roots of terrorism remain untouched. Yet, terrorism may be viewed from the three perspectives. Terrorists defend their civil and human rights, they fight against injustice and discrimination. This is their story that must be heard. Victims suffer physically and psychologically from terrorist activities. They experience pressure, instability, danger, and unsafety. For them, terrorists are criminals that deliberately take away human lives. The public opinion depends on the attitude to either terrorists or victims. In the Muslim world terrorists may be treated as victims. In the rest of the world terrorists are considered to be criminals whose acts of severe violence must be punished.

  • Global Warming

The global warming is one of the problems which the whole world is aware about. It can be said that it is the product of the society’s development without giving much concern to the nature. Every now and then the countries are addressing this problem to try and find out a solution to this problem. The recent studies in this sphere have proved beyond the shadow of any doubt that the temperature of the atmosphere is increasing each year. The increase in the amount of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere is considered as the most contributing reason for this global phenomenon. This has caused an increase of the temperature by about 1 degree Fahrenheit per year. If the things will continue going this way, it will result in the complete melting of the polar ice caps. The immediate outcome of this would be the rise in the sea levels. The countries which are having large coastal areas will be the first to suffer from it.

It is not just the responsibility of the various governments to take steps for preventing this. It is high-time to make strong decisions and unite in order to protect our land and the planet from dilapidation. Each one of us has the duty to do what we can, to prevent this imminent disaster. Some simple steps are enough to be taken in order to prevent this big problem. One of them is to plant more trees. This can decrease the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.

  • IT in Our Daily Life: IT has an enormous influence on todays global economy. After the great Industrial Revolution of Europe, it is IT revolution that has swept the world. IT has significant applications in the fields of macro economic planning, public administration decision making, education, health care, energy conservation, environmental management etc.

Commerce and industry also are IT enabled processes and office automation systems to a great extent. Industrial applications of IT range from product designing / product processing and inventory management to distribution systems. IT applications in commerce include e-banking, credit cards, stock exchanges gaining global information, expert management, etc. IT has permeated almost every sphere of human endeavour. It is widely recognised that 21st century belongs to information technology and life science. India’s strength in IT is a leverage for entering in field of bio-technology.

  • Environmental pollution: Any undesirable physical, chemical or biological change caused to land, water, air and other natural resources is termed as environmental pollution. These pollutions make life very difficult. Though there are various causes for pollution, man himself is a major cause. Over-pollution is the chief cause. Air pollution is due to industrial and automobile exhaust. These contain carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen. They cause breathing trouble and even cancer. Plants are unable to synthesis food. The protective ozone layer is affected thereby, exposing us to the ill effects of radioactive rays. Accumulation of rubbish, polythene and plastic containers, glass and porcelain, result in land pollution. They cause various diseases. The letting in of domestic sewage waste, industrial waste and tannery effluents, pollute drinking water. The use of excess of chemical fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides and DDT, pollute both land and water. They lead to many deadly, contagious diseases. Oil leaks in the oceans affect marine life. They endanger many marine species. Gas leakage, leakage of nuclear reactors also poses several threats to us. The latest is the leak of cyanide from a gold mining company in to the blue Danube. More than 80% of the marine species is dead. The river has turned grey. Unless suitable steps are taken to check pollution, mankind will be destroyed along with other organisms.
  • Rain Water Harvesting: Water is the elixir of life. Though 2/3 of the world is covered by sea water, the potable water is a little more than just 1% of water available on this globe. Even this 1% is not easily available to us. A part of it is found in the poles and the rest flows as river and gets lost into the ocean. The water that percolates down the porous soil and gets stored alone sustains most of the human race. As the world population has exploded the pressure on potable water is also high. So, there is a need to preserve Rain water to prevent wars between countries on water.

Man has ever been the most ungrateful wretch. He keeps on digging borewells and uses water to the maximum wihtout ever bothering to replenish the water tables. As a result, there is a seepage of sea water in borewells in cities located near the shore. Besides, agriculture is becoming economically un-viable because of elss availability of water for irrigation. So, Tamil Nadu State Government has promulgated an ordinance insisting on rain-harvesting in all the homes through out the state. A 4 feet square pit is dug. The bottom is filled with sand for half a feet height and for about a height of six to eight incches gravel is spread. Then again sand is filled in for half a feet height. Then the four walls of the pit are plastered with brick and mortar. A pipe is routed to the pit form the roof tip. The moment rain falls, it reaches the pit. As PRIs offered their technical expertise for building the rain-harvesting pit, many came forward to fulfil the Government order. Those who resisted were threatened with cutting of water supply etc. by Municipal authorities.

Other Lecturette Topics:

  1. AIB Roast
  2. Barack Obama
  3. Indo-US Nuclear Deal
  4. India’s Foreign Policy
  5. You-tube
  6. Censorship Issues
  7. Religious Tolerance in India
  8. Women Safety
  9. Sachin Tendulkar
  10. Bharat Ratna
  11. Lobbying in Medical World
  12. Sports in India
  13. Football in India
  14. Cricket in India
  15. Computer Hacking
  16. China India Relationship
  17. Kashmir Issue
  18. Narendra Modi on the World Front
  19. Role of President in India
  20. Modern means of Transportation
  21. IT industry in India
  22. Brain Drain
  23. Role of Women in Nation Building
  24. Women Safety
  25. NOTA
  26. Delhi Elections
  27. Democracy in India
  28. India-Pakistan Relations
  29. India ‘s relation with her neighbors
  30. Criminalization of politics
  31. Social Media’s role in society
  32. Youth and social media
  33. Role of youth in nation building
  34. Internet revolution
  35. Arab Spring
  36. Israel Palestine Issue
  37. US-Russia Relationship
  38. Rivers in India
  39. AGNI V
  40. Emerging India Writers
  41. Pollution and its prevention
  42. What Indian Military needs
  43. Modernization in Military
  44. Books Versus E-Books
  45. Education System in India
  46. Judicial System in India
  47. Indian Railways
  48. The metropolitan cities of India
  49. Terrorism/Naxalism/Maoism
  50. Population problem
  51. Adult Education
  52. Indo US Relations
  53. Beauty Pageants
  54. Cable TV
  55. Personality – Secret of Success
  56. Dog Man’s Best Friend
  57. Ragging
  58. IT
  59. Students Union
  60. IT Industry
  61. Your Favorite Day
  62. Role of Discipline in Life
  63. Smart Card
  64. G 8 Nations
  65. E-Commerce
  66. Cyber Crime
  67. Sports in India
  68. Role of Opposition in Indian Politics
  69. BPO vs KPO
  70. Why Youth Hesitate to Join Defense Forces
  71. Peaceful use of Nuclear Energy
  72. Globalization
  73. India’s Agricultural Problem
  74. Favorite Actress India
  75. USA in Changing World
  76. Criminalization in Politics
  77. Child Labor
  78. USA – A Policeman of Unipolar World
  79. Education is a Modern Day Industry
  80. Religion – A Secular View in Indian Society
  81. Nithari – An Episode which is Shame
  82. Page 3 – A Way of Life
  83. Indian Society – Turning to Western Way of Life
  84. Sachin Tendulkar
  85. Infrastructure of India
  86. Rain Water Harvesting
  87. Favorite Cricketer
  88. Democracy in Pakistan – A Joke
  89. Status of Women in India
  90. Govt Schools vs Public School
  91. Insurgency – A Phenomenon Needs Understanding
  92. E Governance
  93. Health Tourism
  94. National Anthem
  95. G 20
  96. Volcano
  97. Secularism
  98. Ambition in Life
  99. Net Education
  100. Internet

Tips on SSB Lecturette topics 2015

The per candidate last for three minutes and the variable that on which good scoring depends on are – good expressions, good body language, fluency, confidence, current affair knowledge etc. Below are some tips given which a candidate might find helpful for SSB Lecturette.

  • Acquire knowledge about frequently asked topics and burning issues in India and world
  • Be confident while delivering lecturette, to look confident, candidate can do crisp actions with smartness.
  • Maintain the body language while delivering lecturette, show minimum body moments including hand gestures and leg moments.
  • Be always communicative in friend circle, it helps in becoming bold and fluent.
  • Be active participant of social networking it enhances information and communication skills
  • Prepare in private use camera/mobile to record video on self while giving the lecture and then analyse pros and cons of the performance later.
  • Use accurate pronunciation and words try to articulate sentence in an impressive manner.
  • Avoid very silly mistakes of grammar like his-her, she-he, has-had these mistakes will get noticed very easily and leave a bad impression.
  • Keep in check the pause and breaks when speaking it will help in maintaining the tempo of the lecture.
  • Keep the lecture in short memory cards in mind while preparing the topic and unfold them in sequence while delivering the lecture.

1 Comment

  1. Shiv Sharma

    Need made lecturers and easy to learn that finshed within 3 minutes and logical

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