How to Face interview

Information about How to Face interview

Published on October 30, 2010

Author: imprintcenter

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Slide 1: 1 HOW TO FACE AN INTERVIEW Slide 2: 2 Slide 3: 3 INTERVIEW MEANING : A mutual view or sight : Formal meeting INTERVIEWEE : One who is interviewed interviewer : One who interviews Slide 4: 4 INTERVIEW AIMS OF THE INTERVIEW To Elicit Information To assess the suitability of a person to the job/position To assess the job / position / Company by the interviewee Slide 5: 5 INTERVIEW TYPES OF INTERVIEWS Patterned interview Stress Interview (Mutual discussions) Slide 6: 6 INTERVIEW PATTERNED INTERVIEW (For freshers): Formal application Set of questions are asked To clear doubts and clarifications Slide 7: 7 INTERVIEW STRESS INTERVIEW (For Experienced): Direct Stress questions are asked To find out the suitability of the candidate to the existing position To clear doubts and clarifications Slide 8: 8 INTERVIEW INTERVIEW IS NOT A ONE WAY PROCESS: The interviewer is assessing the Interviewee for the suitability of the job or position The interviewee is assessing whether the job is suitable to him with all related perks Therefore, it is a two way process of communication. Slide 9: 9 INTERVIEW TYPES OF INTERVIEW: Written tests/Trade tests Group discussions Verbal Interview Slide 10: 10 INTERVIEW WRITTEN TESTS/TRADE TESTS Test on subject Test on general knowledge Test on English usage Numerical ability Aptitude test (Like clerical, Stenography etc.) Mechanical comprehension test (Aptitude) Slide 11: 11 INTERVIEW Progressive matrix (Reason). Personality factor Trade test / Trial test Slide 12: 12 INTERVIEW GROUP DISCUSSION: Initiative Leadership Dominant or submissive Argumentative Reasoning with others Cohersiveness Temperament Expression Slide 13: 13 INTERVIEW VERBAL INTERVIEW: Family background Communication Skill General aptitude Knowledge on subject Personality Potential to handle the job/to grow Remuneration package Slide 14: 14 INTERVIEW TIPS FOR INTERVIEWEE: Collect the information well in advance about the Industry/Products/Culture etc. before appearing for interview Be punctual for the interview Present yourself neatly/Good mannered INTERVIEW : INTERVIEW Your hair should be clean and combed. Nails should be clean and trimmed. Be conservative and err on the side of caution.  If the company does not have a dress code, remember that its better to overdress than under dress. 15 INTERVIEW : INTERVIEW Arrive at least 10 minutes before your interview.  The extra minutes will also give time to fill out any forms or applications that might be required. Turn off your cell phone or pager. 16 Slide 17: 17 INTERVIEW Sit relaxed and in up right position without crossing your legs Beware of your forced habits - Breaking knuckles/Shaking your legs/Squeezing your palms/Wiping your face etc., Slide 18: 18 INTERVIEW When cigarette is offered - Say politely “No thanks” even if you are a smoker Be bold and confident Anticipate the type of questions Slide 19: 19 INTERVIEW Be polite and ask for queries in case of doubt while answering the questions High light your strengths whenever a chance is given to you or create a chance to high light your strengths Slide 20: 20 INTERVIEW Try to draw attention of the interviewer on specific subject you know well and try to take an opportunity to express them well Mind your body language Do not get frustrated or loose temper for some irritant questions posed Slide 21: 21 INTERVIEW Do not have the negative feeling if you do not answer some questions Do not try to bluff or cover your wrong answers If you do not know the answer say I am sorry/ I am afraid I cannot answer the question etc., Slide 22: 22 INTERVIEW If you cannot understand the question ask politely to repeat the question Do not try to argue with the interviewer As far as your credentials are concerned take a chance to show/exhibit them - by doing so you will be drawing their attention towards the subject you know well Slide 23: 23 INTERVIEW Do not try to blow your own Trumpet - You might get caught or it gives an impression that you are a self centered person Face the interviewer while answering. Answer to the person who posed you the questions Slide 24: 24 INTERVIEW Have a good eye contact with the panel members of the interview Wait for a question to be completed . Do not be hasty in answering even when you know the answer well Slide 25: 25 INTERVIEW Some times using pen and scribbling pad will help you in expressing things better and it also helps you in relaxing Do not give excuses of health for not answering Slide 26: 26 INTERVIEW Do not take shelter under or blame the college or organization or lecturers for not answering some questions Be clear in what you say - Do not mumble Slide 27: 27 INTERVIEW Do not try to take sympathy by expressing your family problems / financial problems to the interviewer At the end of interview, if you have still doubts on anything, ask for clarification from the interviewer Slide 28: 28 INTERVIEW Do not accept or ask for whatever job the Company will offer (Say like, not related to your aptitude) Do not plead or beg for the job Slide 29: 29 INTERVIEW Do not walk out of the interview in a huff. Wait until the interview is completed After completing the interview, do not forget to wish or say thanks before you go out

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