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There are some successful celebrities, scientists or influencing people in world who never faced any interview and they got in to job directly or they themselves produced job and become benchmark for others but in today’s scenario  when a common person hunt for job, he/she need to go through many process of selection and wait for their  appointment call.

There are some successful celebrities, scientists or influencing people in world who never faced any interview and they got in to job directly or they themselves produced job and become benchmark for others but in today’s scenario  when a common person hunt for job, he/she need to go through many process of selection and wait for their  appointment call.

 There are different working sectors where selection takes place by examination and Interview process like Banking, HR, Education Forces, and Civil Services etc. Corporate sector, BPOs and even business groups are also having their own selection process and its must for candidate to go through selection process. So in simple term, today getting into job means passing seven rivers of selection like Exams/Written Tests, Interviews, Technical Tests, Group Discussions, Demonstration of Skills, presentations and Internship etc. 

Now if you are getting ready to go through an Interview, I will advice you few Tips and Tricks which are not mandatory principle or norm to follow but will defiantly help you to prepare and guide you for a good interview.

Step 1- Prepare yourself

It is important as you prepare for your interview to anticipate what questions the Interviewer might ask. The following questions are examples of the types of questions that you may be asked to answer

  • Tell me about yourself/ introduce yourself. (This is often an ice-breaker question to make you comfortable for interview. Keep the answer job or skill related.)
  • What do you know about the type of work we do? (This is your chance to tell what you know from the research you completed ahead of time. This will create a good and positive impact)
  • What is your weakness? (Always make this a positive answer.)
  • What are your strengths? (Describe your skills in a way that will project you as a right candidate for the job)
  • Why did you leave your last job? (Reply with a positive statement. Do not say: "I was fired," "Terminated," "quit," or "couldn't get along with co-workers or supervisor". However, you can say: "new job," "contract ended," "seasonal," "temporary," "careerchange," " to raise a family," or "relocated, Better future prospects etc)
  • Why have you been unemployed for such a long time? (Tell the truth. Emphasize that you were looking for a good company where you can settle and make a contribution.)
  • Why should we hire you? (Concentrate on your strengths and past experience showcasing how you can contribute in the growth of the organisation as well as your profile.)
  • Do you have references? (It is most important that you contact your references ahead of time and have their name, current address, and telephone numbers.)

Step 2- Making your foundation strong

  • Do some research on the organisation before the interview  (visit company’s website and other social networking sites like FB, LinkedIn etc)
  • Practice interviewing in front of a mirror.
  • Bring your "Fact Sheet" with telephone numbers and addresses of your references and former employers, just in case you are asked to complete an application form or Candidate Detail Form.
  • Make sure that your resume and portfolio is appropriate and relevant for the job you are applying.
  • Have soft and hardcopy of resume, carry portfolio CD/DVDS and also have backup with you.
  • Do also keep your portfolio online and provide a link in your resume. Number of time interviewer is not having much time to browse through CD/DVD’s. They can check it online easily.

Step 3- Interview in Progress

  • Be 15 minutes early for the interview and be patient if you have to wait for long time for your turn. Sometime this also happens that due to short running of time you may be called next day for interview. Take it in positive manner and follow instructions.
  • Groom yourself well, Dress right. Check how you look before your interview. 
  • Go alone. Do not take children or friends. If it’s very much required then make them sit outside and wait for you until you don’t finish with interview, inform them importance of interview and not to disturb you during interview. Also don’t discuss about your company with interviewer.
  • Greet the employer with a firm handshake.
  • Make frequent eye contact with the interviewer.
  • Smile; be polite, comfortable and confident.
  • Try to relax and maintain a good sitting posture.
  • Listen carefully to the questions asked. Ask the interviewer to restate a question if you are confused.
  • Answer questions as directly as possible.
  • If you've prior work experience, talk about your learning and achievements in that organisation.
  • Use examples of how your skills and abilities would fit the job.

Step 4- Closing Interview

  • At the end of the interview: Thank the interviewers for their time.
  • Request a business card.
  • Shake hands in closing.
  • Two or three days after the interview send a thank you note addressed to the interviewers.

Pitfalls (Reasons Why People Don't Get Hired):

  •   Untidy personal appearance
  •   Inability to express information clearly
  • Lack of genuine interest or enthusiasm
  • Negative attitude
  • Lack of eye contact
  • Incomplete or sloppy application
  • Being late for the interview

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Mr.Hemant Pandey

Hemant has over 11 years of performance oriented cross-functional experience in well-established, turnaround and start-up Financial & HR services, Training products and solutions business; ranging from Brand building and Positioning, Consulting, Business development, Running a profit center, Customer and Business partner relationship management. He holds a Master's in Marketing Management and Masters in Commerce. He was associated with large corporate such as ICICI Bank, Hero Mindmine (Hero Group), MeritTrac Services (Manipal Education Group)., India.

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