AFSB Interview Current Lecturette Topic and GD Topics 2023

AFSB Interview Current Lecturette Topic and GD Topics 2023
07-June 2023...........

AFSB Interview Dates of AFCAT-1 2023 have already been announced and most of the candidates are busy in preparing for their upcoming AFSB Interview. Lecturette and Group Discussion are two tests that are feared by most students. Most of the candidates are always confused about the preparation for these two tests. The primary reason for this problem is that there is little clarity among candidates about probable topics and how they can prepare for them. In this article, we are going to provide you with AFSB Current Lecturette Topic And GD Topics 2023. We will tell you how you can prepare for these topics in this article.


Lecturette in AFSB Interview

Lecturette is one of the most important tests conducted in the AFSB Interview. Lectrette helps GTO to evaluate the ability of candidates to make decisions, confidence, ability to influence others, ability to work under pressure, etc. In the lecturette test, GTO offers four topics which are written over four cards and candidates have to choose one topic. Candidates get 3 minutes to prepare themselves to speak and they can speak for 3 minutes on the chosen topic.


                        Current AFSB Lecturette Topics for AFCAT- 1 2023 AFSB Interview

 Sr. No.

                                                       Topic Name


Swarm Drone Technology


Russia Ukraine War


Ethnic Clashes in Manipur


Man Made Disasters


Cashless Society


NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)


Electric Vehicle Policy


Fifth Generation Aircrafts


Operation Kaveri




Khalistan Issue


Nexus between organized crime and terrorism


Quad and its future


Threats to the internal security of India


Defence Budget 2023


Group Discussion in AFSB Interview

Group Discussion is also part of GTO and It is one of the indoor tests which is conducted in AFSB. In Group Discussion Tests, Candidates are divided into groups of 6-8 members and made to sit in a semi-circle manner. Candidates are offered two topics and the group has to decide on one topic for group discussion. Candidates have to discuss various sub-topics of the topic and reach a conclusion.


                              Current AFSB GD Topics for AFCAT- 1 2023 AFSB Interview

Sr. No.

GD Topic



Who is responsible for organized crime in India?

  1. Poverty
  2. Politics
  3. Legal System
  4. Movies and Web Series


How can we reduce man-made disasters?

  1. Through Technology
  2. Through Awareness


Viksit Bharat @ 20247, How can we make India a developed economy by 2047?

  1. Skill Development
  2. Infrastructure
  3. Reducing Corruption and Red Tapism


Who is responsible for the current climate change crisis?

  1. Developed Countries
  2. Developing Countries


How should India deal with China?

  1. Diplomacy
  2. Military Power


Should UAVs replace Pilots in the Air Force?

  1. Yes, Pilots should be replaced with UAVs
  2. No, Pilots should not be replaced with UAVs


Should OTT Platforms be regulated?

  1. Yes, they should be regulated
  2. No, they should remain free from government interference


How can India become Atmanirbhar?

  1. Improving Technology
  2. Investing in Skill Development
  3. Upgrading Infrastructure


Why is our youth moving towards violent activities?

  1. Video Games
  2. Movies and Web Series
  3. Lack of employment


Who is the closest ally of India?

  1. Russia
  2. USA
  3. Israel


Candidates must keep in mind that most of the lecturette topics or GD topics are based on current issues only so it becomes very important to keep themselves updated with whatever is going around them. Candidates should read a good newspaper daily, watch the news and listen to debates (On Sansd TV Channel), and read some good books on international relations such as Pax Indica by Shashi Tharoor. Knowledge alone is not important for excelling in Lecturette and Group Discussion. You need good communication skills and to improve your communication skills you need to do regular practice. Candidates should practice with their friends and do mirror practice. Candidates should understand that it is a test of your confidence and communication which can be gained with regular practice and by gaining information. You can follow these steps to excel in these two tests.


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