www.rosemounts.org
Interview demands you to be Mentally as   well as Physically strong. It is test of your knowledge , interpersonal   skil...
Preparation before the Interview The desired Curriculum Vitae needs to  be prepared before the interview. Doing research...
Before the interview Your letter of application Your C.V. A copy of your application form Job descriptionwww.rosemount...
OBJECTIVES     Interviewer’s objectives:-              Relevant qualifications              High energy              Q...
Dress Code Formal Dress for Men & Women. An attire certainly tells about your personality.www.rosemounts.org
Beginning of the Interview Before entering the room, please knock on   the door and take permission from the   interviewe...
Beginning of the Interview Remember it’s your non verbal   communication, which account’s for 70 per   cent of your commu...
Different kinds of Interview Group Interview Panel Interview One to One Interviewwww.rosemounts.org
Group Interview In a group interview which may be a   introduction of many people or Group   Discussion. An Interviewer ...
Group Interview Confidence Thought Process Leadership Qualities Tone & Languagewww.rosemounts.org
Panel InterviewIt an interview conducted by a panel of experts.The panel grills you with lot of questions.One of the fi...
Panel Interview The assessment is on the following points :          Interpersonal  skills          Coherence of answers...
One to One Interview This one interview is held with a person of a Top Management   Position or Human Resource Executive. ...
Ending of the Interview. Thank the panel for taking your interview. Don’t display any kind of stress and   nervousness a...
Do’s and Donts Never be negative Answer the question appropriately. Think before you answer. A pause to collect  your t...
50 Common Interview Questionswww.rosemounts.org        17
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  1. 1. www.rosemounts.org
  2. 2. Interview demands you to be Mentally as well as Physically strong. It is test of your knowledge , interpersonal skills, caliber and creativity that you have.www.rosemounts.org
  3. 3. Preparation before the Interview The desired Curriculum Vitae needs to be prepared before the interview. Doing research about the company one is going for an interview is a good habit. Mock interview practice with a friend who has given interview will certainly help you to be better prepared before the interview.www.rosemounts.org
  4. 4. Before the interview Your letter of application Your C.V. A copy of your application form Job descriptionwww.rosemounts.org
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES Interviewer’s objectives:-  Relevant qualifications  High energy  Quality results  Initiative  Key interpersonal skills Interviewee’s objectives:-  Positive impression  Being fit  Know the organisation  Being confidentwww.rosemounts.org
  6. 6. Dress Code Formal Dress for Men & Women. An attire certainly tells about your personality.www.rosemounts.org
  7. 7. Beginning of the Interview Before entering the room, please knock on the door and take permission from the interviewer to enter the room. Maintaining a good body language sends out a positive signal to the panel.www.rosemounts.org
  8. 8. Beginning of the Interview Remember it’s your non verbal communication, which account’s for 70 per cent of your communication in the interview. Answering the questions confidently with a good body language is the right message to send across right from the beginning.www.rosemounts.org
  9. 9. Different kinds of Interview Group Interview Panel Interview One to One Interviewwww.rosemounts.org
  10. 10. Group Interview In a group interview which may be a introduction of many people or Group Discussion. An Interviewer is looking for the individual with right characteristics. The assessment is mainly on the followingwww.rosemounts.org
  11. 11. Group Interview Confidence Thought Process Leadership Qualities Tone & Languagewww.rosemounts.org
  12. 12. Panel InterviewIt an interview conducted by a panel of experts.The panel grills you with lot of questions.One of the first questions is tell me about yourself?Questions related with the your experience, education, extra curricular activities are asked.The panel puts you under a lot of pressure with stress questions, in order to assess how you perform under stress.www.rosemounts.org
  13. 13. Panel Interview The assessment is on the following points :  Interpersonal skills  Coherence of answers.  Leadership qualities.  Body Language.  Experience  Track record in previous companies.  Stability Factorwww.rosemounts.org
  14. 14. One to One Interview This one interview is held with a person of a Top Management Position or Human Resource Executive. Your body language is one of prime importance. The assessment of the interview is on the following factors:  Leadership  Interpersonal Skills  Experience  Stability  Visionwww.rosemounts.org
  15. 15. Ending of the Interview. Thank the panel for taking your interview. Don’t display any kind of stress and nervousness at the end of the interview. Leave with an air of dignity.www.rosemounts.org
  16. 16. Do’s and Donts Never be negative Answer the question appropriately. Think before you answer. A pause to collect your thoughts is a hallmark of a thoughtful person. Be honest...never lie. Maintain good Body Language in the Interview.www.rosemounts.org
  17. 17. 50 Common Interview Questionswww.rosemounts.org 17

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