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Career counseling

Jahangirnagar University, Savr, Dhaka.

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Career counseling

  1. 1. WELCOME TO OUR PRESENTATION
  2. 2. SUMMIT  Group members- Md. Anwar Parvez -1963(Group Leader) Md. Faisal Hossain -713 Md. Mostafizur Rahman -727 Robiul Awal Tuhin-697 Rashedul Hasan Sakib-1962 Md. Hasanul Islam- 1970
  3. 3. Career Counseling
  4. 4. Introduction The interview is when employers will get to know your personality, interests, goals, and objectives. You will no longer be a list of skills and experiences on a piece of paper; this is your opportunity to give specific examples and anecdotes and explain how these experiences make you the perfect candidate for the position.
  5. 5. What Employers Are Looking For  definite idea, goals, objectives, strengths, and skills.  knowledge about the position, products & industry overall.  Candidates who can match their own skills and experiences with the needs of the company.  Candidates who are confident in themselves and their ability to contribute to the company.  Candidates who can discuss past experiences and give specific examples.
  6. 6. Tips for Interview  Researching the company  Look good  Knowing the location  Talking about previous contribution  Listening carefully
  7. 7. Most Common Reasons of Failure  Not being a right person for the right job  Insufficient development  Irrelevant planning  No Supervision  Poor stress management  Improper stimulation
  8. 8. Some common question  Describe yourself  Where are you from?  Where do you want to see yourself after 5 years?  Why do you want to join this service?  Tell us about your hobby.  Tell us about your family.
  9. 9. Some common question  Tell us one happy incident, one embarrassing incident and one sad incident of your life.  Tell us something about your favorite personality/movie/sports/book/best friend/university/teacher/season  Describe your own district/village/the place you live in.  Suppose you are the chief of your Company. What would you do with your position?
  10. 10. Some common question  What important trends do you see in our industry?  How do you handle stress and pressure?  Why did you leave your last job?  What experience do you have in this field?  What kind of salary do you need?  Are you a team player?
  11. 11. Some common question  Tell Me About A Time That You Failed.  Why Do You Want To Work Here?  Describe about your strength.  Describe about your weakness  Are you applying for other jobs?  Your resume suggests that you may be over- qualified or too experienced for this position. What's your opinion?
  12. 12. Some common question  Explain how you would be an asset to this organization.  Tell me about your dream job.  What is more important to you: the money or the work?  What has disappointed you about a job?  Tell me about your ability to work under pressure.
  13. 13. Some common question  What have you learned from mistakes on the job?  What do you look for when you hire people?  What do you think is the most difficult thing about being a manager or executive?  Why are you leaving (did you leave) your present (last) job? (If there is one)
  14. 14. Some common question  In your current (last) position, what features do (did) you like the most or the least?  What do you think of your boss?  What are your long-range goals?  Do you have any questions for me?
  15. 15. Handling a hostile interviewer  Never meet hostility with hostility  Stay calm and professional.  Be specific with interviewer questions  Do not give wrong answers. If I do not know the answer, just pass it.  Not to be confused
  16. 16. Conclusion  The mentioned subjects are the core issues of the questionnaire of an interview. One must keep in mind these things and should have them noted down for necessity. Most important thing is that one must prepare him/herself for any kind of situation arisen in an interview. There are some other things which are also important in an interview such as appearance, cleanness, and dress up, ways of talking, use of languages and so on. So it can be said that a candidate must be prepared with his knowledge, appearance and any kind of situation in an interview.
  17. 17. Any Question ?
  18. 18. Thanks All

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