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Interview of Public service commisssion


This presentation will act as guide for prepration of interview for higher posts, specially the teaching posts in Medical College

This presentation will act as guide for prepration of interview for higher posts, specially the teaching posts in Medical College

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  • 1. Professor of Surgery Director, DMEQuaid-e-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur
  • 2. Some useful tips
  • 3. At the end of the presentation, theparticipants should be able to preparethemselves for interviews for higherposts in a better way.
  • 4. It is not a walk –in interview
  • 5. ?
  • 6. What are your chances of clearing this interview And why you think so: Give 3 reasons for it
  • 7. The mindset I have every chance to pass. I don’t believe on rumors There are 7 people to judge me, all of them can’t be dishonest and bias. The other candidates are equal or better than me, but I will compete.
  • 8. • The first impression we make is the most important one.• The first judgment an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing.• Thats why its always important to dress professionally for a job interview.
  • 9. It should be preferably white Having a waste coat/ Close shoes
  • 10. For ladiesDress should not be verydecorativeShould not be of very brightcolours
  • 11. A masculine perfume (Male) Neutral perfume (Female)
  • 12. It is the whole attire
  • 13. • This is the most important part of your interview:• In this talk you write the script of your interview• You can direct the interviewers towards your strong areas and keep them away from the week ones.
  • 14. Preparation of Introduction: Write down the introduction as a speech Mention your strong areas and omit your week areas All statements must be positive statements No blame game in the introduction Just give the hints of your areas of interest and leave the details: This will create questions of your choice in the mind of examiners. If there is some extra curricular aspect: do mention it in positive tone.
  • 15. Introduction: It should cover The academics Service, Research, Teaching Extracurricular activities
  • 16. Proper interview: Technical people  Research papers  Areas of interest  Recent advancements  Medical education  Any other topic
  • 17. Proper interview: Non-technical:  Health policy  Millennium goals  Health structure  Your future planning  Why you think that you should be selected  Suggestions to improve the health services  Currant affairs  Personal life
  • 18. TIPS Never confront: Interviewer has nothing to loose. Give away, when the argument is becoming rough Try to judge, what interviewer wants to listen Handle the derogatory remarks positively If you don’t know the answer of an objective question, frankly say that you don’t know it. Don’t loose temper, It is possible that your nerves are being checked. It is good to have documentary proof in hand
  • 19. Reference: Bergson P (2011) : Five Methods To Use When Being Interviewed To Help Get That Job. Home page of career advise. Retrieved on 21-3-2012 available at : http://paym- interviewed-to-help-get-that-job-a399678