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- December 28, 2018 at 4:46 pm #50993
I think it’s usually final round where the company wants to know your mentality in the meaning of the position offered. They want to know whether you will easily fit in the company environment easily.
So here I’ve mentioned few points, you should take care of.
– Try to express your abilities.
– Show your pretentious side.
– Try to express your weakness in lack of experience(not abilities).
– Get a brief knowledge of the company.
– Go through your resume.
- December 28, 2018 at 5:00 pm #51004
1. Don’t talk/behave weirdly to impress the interviewer.
2. As per the quote “The first impression is the last impression”, make your first impression impactful.
3. Always show your ‘I can do/I’ll do’ attitude.
4. Don’t forget to tell about key points of your project that you have done.
5. In ‘about yourself’ highlight those skills which can help you to get a job.
6. Speak about only those weakness which will not come in the way of a job.
7. Be reasonable when you quote about expected salary.
8. Prepare well for aptitude test by referring it online.
9. Just reveal the hobbies that trait the personality.
10. Don’t forget to greet an interviewer by saying ‘Thank you’ or ‘Have a good day ahead’.
- December 31, 2018 at 10:44 am #51024
Your submitted resume on the company website, in most of the cases, will not be noticed even.
-You will compete among the students of the same college in On-Campus placement. The placement process is well known prior to the arrival of the company so you can prepare respectively.
- March 20, 2019 at 2:37 pm #54919
Arrive at the interview place about 10 minutes early.
– Make sure that you have a few copies of your resume with you as well as any other documents that you find necessary.
– Hobbies- which can lift you or drop you. Be very careful about what you talk about hobbies. Be it very real, don’t fake hobbies, they know it right when you start. and expect many drilling questions around hobbies.
– “The first impression is your last impression”. So try to work on this. Personality is the person’s ability to adapt to new situations. Your charismatic and charming personality can hold your interviewer.
– An updated and sharp GK is a must to get out the extra attention in your interview.
- March 27, 2019 at 6:05 pm #55187
Don’t look anywhere, Keep eye contact.
– Never Sit on a chair without a handshake when you are asked to take the seat, always have a smile.
– Never go for an interview without a copy of your resume. Keep extra copies as HR may take one and you may be asked to meet up manager for the second round.
– Never carry anything which makes sounds, keychain with bells, a wristband or bangles. Keep it very simple to not catch attention other than your own skills.
– Never be late for your interview.
– Never end up the conversation without leaving a positive note to the interviewer.
- April 17, 2019 at 4:52 pm #55895
In some points, A phone interview isn’t that different from in-person one. In the era of increasing technology, it’s common to go for a phone interview. Larger companies often use this technique as it’s primary step for recruiting.
There are some points that one should be taken care of:
1. When you are asked about some standard questions, don’t behave like a robot and don’t read pre-prepared notes as it’s. Act as you are.
2. It’s important that you provide a clear and concise response. So think wisely and answer accordingly.
3. Don’t be too loud or soft.
4. Just make sure you have a resume in front of you, it’ll really help you to provide quick answers.
5. Before an interview just check you calendar-plan. It may be possible, you have some other appointment or job interview notifications or reminder. Just don’t let them disturb your important interview.
6. Just putting your battery charge, put your phone in silent mode, turn off the alarm and some other basic things.
7. Try to wear something that makes or feels like you are a professional.
8. Eliminate background noise, as it can interrupt your ongoing interview.
- April 20, 2019 at 2:00 pm #55927
1. Make a Good First Impression
– A good first impression will set the stage for a successful interview.
2. Problem Solving Skills
The interviewer is always looking for a candidate who has a problem-solving and quick though process skills. So provide the answer with an example of your skills, it’ll really help you.
3. Understand the question before answering
4. Bring a sample of your work
5. Close the interview with confidence
Thank the interviewer for his/her time
6. Having an elevator speech ready before your interview can make the difference between an awkward moment and a defining moment within your career.
- April 22, 2019 at 4:35 pm #55936
Introduction- is the first step of an interview process. If you’ll nail it, the chances are higher that you’ll move to the next step.
– After entering the door, first, greet them.
– Introduce your self shortly and simply.
– Must show the ability and desire for the job.
– Just highlight some accomplishments, education, career aspect that matches your job.
– The interview isn’t about how smart you are, it’s about a specific job position. So, answer it accordingly.
– If you are a recent college graduate, highlight your achievements and projects. Never talk yourself out of a job or hedge in the first few minutes.
– Just don’t be too friendly, it can directly impact on your remaining interview.
-If you are feeling uncomfortable and having a hard time to read what the interview wants, without hesitation just ask them.
- April 25, 2019 at 4:41 pm #56178
1. You must be open to opportunities.
2. Know what you want to learn
– Before you invest time and energy in an internship be absolutely clear as to why you’re doing it.
3. Network with friends, relatives, and professors
– They may help you find good opportunities
4. Find out what the job requires and highlight it in your CV and interviews
5. Don’t be afraid to reach out to people
6. Ensure that you possess the skills required for the job profile
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