Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
• Interview:
 “…is an interaction between the
 interviewer and the interviewee
 where specific questions are asked
 in ord...
Promotion Interview
  Annual Interview
   Exit Interview
   Job Interview
• Promotion Interview:
 oTo review the performance of the
  employee
 oTo give them a raise in salary or a
  higher positi...
• Annual Interview:
 oTo confirm the achievements of the
  employee in the Annual Report
 oTo point out strength and weakn...
• Exit Interview:
  oTo gauge the employee’s impression of
   the organization when an employee
   decides to leave the or...
• Job Interview:
  oThis is the most important type of
   interview for a person who is in the
   job market.
oFace-to-fac...
• S1 To do self-analysis; know your
  strength & weaknesses
• S2 To find your relevance and
  competence for the job you s...
• At the time of interview, give positive
  clues to the interviewer:
  o PUNCTUALITY
  o NEAT PHYSICAL APPEARANCE
  o CHE...
•   Tell us about yourself
•    Why do you want to join us?
•   What would you like to do in 5 years' time?
•   Do you pre...
No.        Interview Aspects                Evaluation
                                       Excellent   Good   Poor
01  ...
Good Luck
Basics  of-interview
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×
Upcoming SlideShare
Vocab Building: Day 4
Next
Download to read offline and view in fullscreen.

2

Share

Download to read offline

Basics of-interview

Download to read offline

Related Books

Free with a 30 day trial from Scribd

See all

Basics of-interview

  1. 1. • Interview: “…is an interaction between the interviewer and the interviewee where specific questions are asked in order to assess the suitability of the later for recruitment, admission, or promotion, or for an opinion.”
  2. 2. Promotion Interview Annual Interview Exit Interview Job Interview
  3. 3. • Promotion Interview: oTo review the performance of the employee oTo give them a raise in salary or a higher position oTo take into account the employee's aspiration and inclination
  4. 4. • Annual Interview: oTo confirm the achievements of the employee in the Annual Report oTo point out strength and weaknesses of the employee oTo motivate employees to put their efforts in the correct direction
  5. 5. • Exit Interview: oTo gauge the employee’s impression of the organization when an employee decides to leave the organization oTo gain the employee’s feedback that helps the organization to change and grow in right direction
  6. 6. • Job Interview: oThis is the most important type of interview for a person who is in the job market. oFace-to-face & oTelephonic
  7. 7. • S1 To do self-analysis; know your strength & weaknesses • S2 To find your relevance and competence for the job you seek • S3 To imagine the kinds of questions and probable answers • S4 To discuss with a few employees of the company regarding its work culture
  8. 8. • At the time of interview, give positive clues to the interviewer: o PUNCTUALITY o NEAT PHYSICAL APPEARANCE o CHEERFUL EXPRESSION o PRESENCE OF MIND o POSITIVE ATTITUDE o CLEAR & CONFIDANT VOICE
  9. 9. • Tell us about yourself • Why do you want to join us? • What would you like to do in 5 years' time? • Do you prefer working with others or alone? • What are your biggest accomplishments? • What are your favorite subjects? • What are your hobbies?
  10. 10. No. Interview Aspects Evaluation Excellent Good Poor 01 Basics of the Subject knowledge 02 Soft skill e.g. Communication skills, Leadership qualities, Social awareness, Motivation 03 Intellectual abilities 04 Capacity for hard & sustained work
  11. 11. Good Luck
  • ssuserd896d4

    Dec. 5, 2019
  • VDasal

    Dec. 27, 2015

Views

Total views

1,065

On Slideshare

0

From embeds

0

Number of embeds

1

Actions

Downloads

13

Shares

0

Comments

0

Likes

2

×