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  • 1. By- Shubhra Khara
  • 2. Interview Technique Types Study Job Different stages Pre-game During After Do And Don’t Conclusio n
  • 3. Types Job Study
  • 4. Job  Product Range  Its reputation  Names of the top management people Study * For admission in college or institute – they give some information about expected of you.
  • 5. Other types Of Interview  Promotion Interview  Orientation Interview  Reprimand Interview  Appraisal Interview  Grievance Interview  Stress Interview  Exit Interview  Correctional Interview  Informational Interview  Case Interview  Structured , Semi- structured and Unstructured Interview  Panel Interview
  • 6. Pre-game During After Stage Of Interview Technique
  • 7. Pre-game  Know the location  Research the company  common interview questions  Dress for success  Show up early  Be respectful  Preparing the interview guide
  • 8. Common Interview Questions  It may be your first job.  It may be about your education, hobbies, and interests.  It may be about your career objectives.  In addition – Subject of specialization like Accountancy or Marketing.  General knowledge and current affairs.
  • 9. Examples  Why did you leave your last job?  What job have you held that was most gratifying?  How can you help my company become more profitable?  How would you handle multiple tasks?  What can you bring to this position that other candidates cannot?
  • 10. Dress for success  Take a good look at your dress, shoes, hair, make up (if any ).  Try to appear clean, neat and comfortable.  Don’t try anything new or unusual because your appearance and manner are very important in creating a good overall impression.
  • 11. Preparing the interview guide • Well, talk to people who know what’s expected of you. Like- your teachers, relatives , people working in industry etc. • Determine the objectives of the interview. • Plan the structure of the interview. • Prepare interview questions. • Prepare additional notes if they assist.
  • 12. During  body language  Control voice  No slang  Respect personal space  show respect  be confident  Ask questions  Remember
  • 13. Body language  Some people mumble their sentences or speak too fast. Take the case of how you tell your name. your know it very well. But others don’t! so when you pronounce it, do it slowly & clearly. When you talk ..take pauses between sentences.
  • 14. Ask Questions  There will be a situation when you don’t know the answer or need some time to think.  If you need some time you can ask for an Explanation of the question. “Could you explain your question a little, please? ”  If you definitely don’t know the answer & can’t guess be frank and say “I’m afraid I can’t say” Or “I don’t know”.
  • 15. Remember  Some of us have difficulty in using English and must of thiers interviews are conducted in English.  Your interviewers will probably meet several people in the day.  They may be tired or bored.  So make sure they hear you clearly.
  • 16. After  Shake hands with everyone and thank them for their time  let them know u feel  follow up
  • 17. • Create rapport • Make notes • Be sincere • Be objective • Be courteous • explain the purpose of the interview • Keep within the scope of the interview • Establish the option to ask follow up questions • Wrap up the interview and thank the interviewee for their time. Do
  • 18. Don’t •Clasp hand together •Play with shirt buttons, collars, the file in our hands or the strap of the purse •Forget interviewee’s name or role •Show off/ rude •Talked down to the interviewee •Criticise •Interrupt •Be impatient •Use coarse language •Fail to thank the interviewee for their time
  • 19. Conclusion  Positive thinking is the attitude that will enable yoy to give a good interview.  An interview involves people and their personalities- so it is always a situation where something Unexpected or Unpredictable may happen. You will have to rely on your presence of mind and common sense to deal with such a situation.  Prepare as well as you can, think positive, and feel confident. Success will be yours sooner or later.
  • 20. Thank You