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Interview Techniques :

Interview Techniques


INTERVIEW Definition for interview Types of interview Preparation for interviews Performance during and after interviews Some Tips for interviews Do’s and Don’ts Interview questions Important Job sites

Types of Interview:

Types of Interview Panel Interview: three or more experts sit across table from the candidate. Face-to-Face Interviews: one interviewer one candidate. informal in nature less distance between interviewer and candidate less stressful and relaxed environment compared to panel interview

Expected qualities of the candidate :

Expected qualities of the candidate Effective Verbal communication If it is English language without M.T Influence Natural delivery, fluency Pronounce sentence clearly Speak little more loudly or lower your voice to draw attention of the experts if there is an important point or opinion

Rejected by the committees:

Rejected by the committees Vague and irrelevant answers to the questions Very fidgety: little eye contact; nervous mannerism, such as playing with hair, nail biting etc. Lack of sincerity Utter superficial remarks to impress the interviewer – project work

Do’s :

Do’s Do take a practice run to the location where you are having the interview If presented with a job application, do fill it out neatly, completely and accurately Do bring extra resumes to the interview Do greet the interviewer & do shake hands firmly Do wait until you are offered a chair before sitting.


DON’TS Do avoid controversial topics Don’t ever lie. Answer questions truthfully, frankly and succinctly Don’t say anything negative about former colleagues, supervisors, or employers Don’t answer questions with a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Explain whenever possible. Describe those things about yourself that showcase your talents, skills and determination. Give examples


Don'ts Don’t inquire about salary, vacations, bonuses, retirement, or other benefits until after you’ve received an offer Don’t bring up or discuss personal issues or family problems Don’t say your past history, hence it is available in the C.V. itself


INTERVIEW QUESTIONS Tell me about yourself Why did you leave your previous job? What sort of job you are looking for? What appeals to you about this job? Why do you think you’d be good at this job? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? Would you accept this job if it were offered to you? What do you know about this company? If you take this job, how long would you stay? Don’t you think you may be too old/young/inexperienced?

Tell me about yourself:

Tell me about yourself The most often asked question in interviews Tell your academic record Your skills Your qualification etc. Talk about things you have done and jobs you have held that relate to the position you are interviewing for Time: 3 minutes Prepare written answer for this question and rehearse

What do you think you do be good at this job?:

What do you think you do be good at this job? The best is to say general and say something like: A job where I love to work, like the people, can contribute more to the company A job which is challenging, a job which gives me opportunities to prove knowledge and skills

What are your strengths ?:

What are your strengths ? Strength of your subject knowledge Your ability to prioritize, Your problem –solving skills, Your ability to work under pressure, Your ability to focus on projects, Your professional expertise, Your leadership skills and your positive attitude.

What are your weakness ? :

What are your weakness ? Here you have to tell your weakness As strength Tell Always I will be committed to the assigned work, which I expect from my co-workers, this leads to affects the interpersonal relationship but the outcome of the work will be satisfied. This suits to the team leader.

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