MemberMay 28, 2021 at 10:44 am::
Things to keep in mind before going for an interview:
Reach early – One day before the interview, check the route via which you have to go. Try to reach 15 minutes early at the interview location, as it will help you in making a positive impression on the employer.
Prepare your documents – Prepare all your documents like CV, Aadhar card, mark sheets, and other necessary documents so that if they ask from any document from you can give it.
Speak Professionally – Make an effort to come across as a natural fit for the position. Avoid immature speech habits like peppering your speech with too many “likes” and tilting the end of your sentences up so they seem like inquiries rather than assertions.
Avoid negativity – Maintaining a professional demeanor necessitates remaining calm and upbeat at all times. If you have to express a bad circumstance, do so diplomatically. Avoid making derogatory statements about your present or former bosses or coworkers.
End on a good note – With a wide smile and a strong handshake, leave the same way you came in. Before you leave, add a heartfelt thank you for your recruiting manager’s time and thoughtfulness, and don’t forget to inquire about the next stage in the recruiting process.
Ask sensible questions – Bring a few excellent questions about the job and your duties with you. Also, by asking questions regarding critical topics that arise throughout the interview, you may demonstrate your ability to evaluate and think swiftly on your feet
- This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by Mahima.
MemberMay 28, 2021 at 4:42 pm::
There are several things to remember before going to an interview. Let us now see you some of them.
•Decent dress up :-
Dressing up recently is one of the things to remember before going to an interview. As the first impression is the best impression, dressing up place a very important role as it is the first impression. It also describes the character and nature of the pursuit.So, it is very important to dress up well and to dress up in a decent manner.
•Reaching on time:-
It is very important to reach the place before five minutes. Whenever there is a late, it comes under the negative impression for the interviewer. So, it is very important to reach the place before a minute.
Whether it is right or wrong, the person must be confident and bold. Even though it is wrong, the individual must speak boldly and with confidence. This gives the positive impression to the interview but not the negative impression. It is another key step to remember before going to an interview.
MemberMay 28, 2021 at 9:31 pm::
Interview is a method to get jude about the behaviour of the candidates who were qualified to the post and determine the behaviour that cannot exposed through written exams, resumes and CV’s. Before attending an interview the company evaluate our resume so that it is better to add the sincere things about your hobbies and interests. The interview board is evaluating your character for which is apt to the hired position. Before attending an interview you must have an idea about your resume which send to the company. And have an idea about the hobbies that you add in it. Some people add the hobbies which is suitable for the company and the post, not their own. These troubles them in the interview section.
Before attending an interview, you must have an idea about the company. Candidates who were unaware about the company may score badly. Through this the interviewer get the idea about the analysis skills of the candidates. Get the proper location of venue and time to reach there. Reach there half an hour earlier. Choose a good dress which is clean and ironed dress, it is nice to have a light coloured dress to choose. Have pair of shoes and matching socks. Take the certificate and documents in a file by arranging in a standard manner. Don’t forget to took the call letter.
MemberMay 28, 2021 at 11:03 pm::
Before going to an interview the interviewee needs to keep these questions in mind and prepare for it.
1. Why did you leave you previous job?
This question is asked for the interviewer to know about the excpectation the interviewee has from the organisation and what went wrong in the previous work space.
2. What is you educational background?
This is often asked to know the institution the student has been part of. It also helps to know about the academic excellence of an individual.
3. Where are you from?
This is asked in order to know the background location of the student.
4. What can you do for the company?
This question is asked to know the calibre of the candidate and to judge his limits in terms of labour and till what extent can they serve the company.
5. What salary are you expecting?
This question is asked to know whether a person is interested in work or is he there only for money. If a person is just for money they won’t give there best and just paas the time.
6. Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?
This question is asked in order to the level of labour the candidate is ready to do and how much eager they are to get sucessfull.
7. What are your weaknesses?
This question is asked as a person knowing there weakness is the strongest person as they will not allow anyone to take advantage of that.
8. What are your strengths?
If the company knows a persons strength they will be able to brush it so that it can be helpful for the company’s growth.
Other than these the interviewees notice everything,from dressing up to the way of speaking to the behaviour everything counts in a sucessfull interview. Make sure to keep these things in mind and also research about the company before the interview.
MemberMay 29, 2021 at 1:43 am::
An interview is a method of gathering information from a person by having them respond to questions orally.In other terms, it is a face-to-face dialogue between an interviewer and an interviewee in which the interviewer solicits responses from the interviewee in order to select a possible human resource. This helps the interviewer access the candidate for his future job role, whether he/she is capable to do it. Some important points to keep in mind while going for an interview are-<div>It is critical to get at the location within five minutes. When an interviewee is late, it leaves an unfavourable impression on the interviewer. As a result, arriving at the location in under a minute is critical.Find out where the venue is located and how long it will take you to get there. Arrive at least half an hour early.You should know something about the company before going to an interview.Candidates who are unfamiliar with the firm may do poorly. This gives the interviewer an impression of the candidates’ analytical abilities. Choose a well-fitting, clean, and ironed outfit.Prepare all of your paperwork, such as your CV, Aadhar card, mark sheets, and other relevant paperwork, so that you can provide them with them if they ask for them.</div><div>Speaking with confidence-</div><div>Regardless of whether it is correct or incorrect, the person must be self-assured and bold.Even if it is incorrect, the person must speak boldly and confidently.This provides the interviewer a positive, rather than a negative, impression.Another important item to consider before going to an interview is to prepare. Always be prepared with general questions and answers like what do you expect from this job , tell us something about yourself, where do you see yourself in 5 years, questions about your background, education and hobbies. Try to answer honestly rather than faking it.</div><div>
- This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by Soniya Sanyal.