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  • 1. > > > > > > > > HOW TO APPEAR FOR AN Guided By: Dr. Darshana Dave Prepared By: Babalu Rajput Jayendra Patel Kaushal Patel Paresh Chaudhary
  • 2.  Introduction  Types of Interview  Interview Skills  Additional Tips  Conclusion
  • 3. What is Interview???  Selection of a proper candidate  Test of a candidate  Interviewer  Interviewee
  • 4.  Traditional Face to Face Interview  Panel/Committee Interview  Behavioral Interview  Case Interview  Telephonic Interview  Group Interview  Stress Interview  Meal Interview
  • 5.  One-on-one Conversation  Maintain eye contact  Listen and respond  Establish rapport
  • 6.  Several Interviewers  Eye contact with each person  More eye contact with questioner  Patience and calm
  • 7. Based on previous activities  Requires specific examples e.g. Interpersonal skills
  • 8.  Two way discussion  Problem solving  No perfect answer  Structured approach Solution with Reason
  • 9.  Primary Interview  Be ready  Use your notes/resume  Introduce yourself  Modulate your voice  Avoid disturbance
  • 10. Uncover the leadership  Keep an eye on the interviewer  Interact as a team player  Show personality  Avoid conflict
  • 11.  How handle yourself under pressure  Argumentative  Remain cool and Active  De-personalize the process
  • 12. Unstructured Follow interviewer’s lead Show social know-how Be discrete Avoid messy food
  • 13.  Self Evaluation  Before the Interview  During the Interview  After the Interview
  • 14.  Present and past experience relate to the position  Your current and future career goals  Skills and expertise you have to offer  The skills that you would like to develop or improve  Location, salary, and lifestyle priorities  Kinds of people and environments you prefer
  • 15.  Research the Company
  • 16. Practice Interviews 1. What activity has played or plays an important part in your life? 2. What is your main personal goal? 3. What do you like very much? 4. Have you developed a very special skill? 5. Can you come up with a turning point or milestone in your life? 6. What is your hobby or interest in your spare time?
  • 17. Dress Professionally •Suit (solid colour - navy or dark grey) •Long sleeve shirt •Belt •Tie •Dark socks, conservative leather shoes •Little or no jewellery •Neat, professional hairstyle •Neatly trimmed nails •Portfolio or briefcase
  • 18. Arrival
  • 19. First Impressions
  • 20.  Body Language  Smile  Speak Clearly  Listen before Answering  Give Brief Answers  Previous Employers  Be Truthful  Know Your Resume  Keep things at a professional level  Look for Something in Common
  • 21. Get Everyone's Business Card Thank the Interviewer Do not give up
  • 22. Cont… • Focus on presenting a positive, enthusiastic tone • Describe a weakness, mention lessons learned avoid negativity • Key points for personality, skills and relevant experiences • Find specific, rather than general examples • When answering questions, focus on: - Flexibility - Adaptability - Responsibility - Progress - Achievement - Creativity - Leadership
  • 23. Some Interview questions • Role-play questions • Industry-specific questions • Brainteasers • General questions - About yourself - Your strengths and weaknesses - Reason for leaving your current job - Qualities to make someone successful in our industry - Situation when you played role of a Leader - How you worked on a team
  • 24. Do’s • Arrive on time • confident "Hello" and a compact handshake • Be well rested and dressed • Dress and groom yourself with perfection (Appropriate business attire, makeup, deodorant) • Maintain good posture • Highlight positive things about yourself Don’ts • Arrive late • Speak negatively about another person or group • Answer with a simple "yes" or "no
  • 25. 1. You have to practice as per the kind of Interview will encounter by you. 2. Subsist in mind all the significant aspects which you will have to maintain while Before Interview, During Interview and After Interview. 3. Always be with positive response and practiced in advance for the relevant and quickly decision making questions. 4. Create Curriculum Vitae and Covering latter as per the Format with all the sufficient and right information clearly mentioned.
  • 26. • Rai Urmila and S.M.(2007), “Business Communication”, Ninth Edition, Himalaya Publication House, Page no. 118-134 • Altavista Careers, Jobsonthe Web, Virtual ville at el(2001), “Interview Skill” • Bhagyashree Inamdar,“How to Prepare for an Interview? and Successful Interview Tips”, Lect. in C.S. • Berlin (2011), “|Face to face interviews” • UTSA University career center, “Types of Interviews”, www.utsa.edu/careercenter Access on dated, Oct 20, 2013 • https://www.google.co.in/?gws_rd=cr&ei=GeNpUsqdAcbqrAf6wIEw#q=cv+formate+pdf, Access on dated, Oct 22, 2013 • https://www.google.co.in/?gws_rd=cr&ei=GeNpUsqdAcbqrAf6wIEw#q=covering+letter+format+pd f, Access on dated, Oct 22, 2013
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