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TYPES OF INTERVIEW
MUKESH KUMAR SURUCHI JHA
What is an interview
Basically, an interview is a
conversation between two
people (the interviewer and
interviewee) where question
asked by the interviewer to
obtain information from
interview.
OBJECTIVES OF INTERVIEW
 Verifies the information obtained through application form and tests.
 2. Helps obtain additional information from the applicant otherwise not available.
 3. Gives the candidate necessary facts and information about the job and the organization.
 4. Helps establish mutual understanding between the company and the candidate and build the company’s image.
 to witness how he interacts and how he responds, his way of thinking, the effect of his personality on others.
 to get at the ‘will do’ features of a performance- motivation, initiative, stability, perseverance, work, habits and
judgments.
DIFFERENET TYPES OF INTERWIEW
FORMALAND INFORMAL INTERVIEW
• Informal interviews are also conducted
with the same intention. However, the
interviewee is given proper space to
unwrap himself.
•Formal interviews one looks for
technical knowledge and conceptual
understanding of a subject matter
• In Informal Interview you look to
understand a person’s attitude, business
acumen, and communication style.
SITUATION AND STRESS INTERVIEW
Situation Interview
 In situational interviewing job-seekers are
asked to respond to a specific situation
they may face on the job.
 For example they can start a question with
“Tell me about a time you had to deal
with…” In a situational interview the
interviewer asks “How would you
handle…”
 review your past work experiences and
review the steps you took to resolve
problems and make corrections
Stress Interview
 the job-seeker will be facing stress
on the job and the interviewer wants
to see how well he or she can handle
the pressure.
 The key to surviving stress interviews
is to remain calm keep a sense of
humor and avoid getting angry or
defensive.

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Types of interview

  • 1. TYPES OF INTERVIEW MUKESH KUMAR SURUCHI JHA
  • 2. What is an interview Basically, an interview is a conversation between two people (the interviewer and interviewee) where question asked by the interviewer to obtain information from interview.
  • 3. OBJECTIVES OF INTERVIEW  Verifies the information obtained through application form and tests.  2. Helps obtain additional information from the applicant otherwise not available.  3. Gives the candidate necessary facts and information about the job and the organization.  4. Helps establish mutual understanding between the company and the candidate and build the company’s image.  to witness how he interacts and how he responds, his way of thinking, the effect of his personality on others.  to get at the ‘will do’ features of a performance- motivation, initiative, stability, perseverance, work, habits and judgments.
  • 5. FORMALAND INFORMAL INTERVIEW • Informal interviews are also conducted with the same intention. However, the interviewee is given proper space to unwrap himself. •Formal interviews one looks for technical knowledge and conceptual understanding of a subject matter • In Informal Interview you look to understand a person’s attitude, business acumen, and communication style.
  • 6. SITUATION AND STRESS INTERVIEW Situation Interview  In situational interviewing job-seekers are asked to respond to a specific situation they may face on the job.  For example they can start a question with “Tell me about a time you had to deal with…” In a situational interview the interviewer asks “How would you handle…”  review your past work experiences and review the steps you took to resolve problems and make corrections Stress Interview  the job-seeker will be facing stress on the job and the interviewer wants to see how well he or she can handle the pressure.  The key to surviving stress interviews is to remain calm keep a sense of humor and avoid getting angry or defensive.
  • 7. DIRECTIVE AND NONDIRECTIVE INTERVIEW Directive Interview  specific interview questions that require you to respond with a precise answer.  These interview questions are usually based on your resume. What kinds of work have you done which would prepare you for the duties of this position? How does your education equip you for the job at hand Nondirective Interview  These interview questions are open- ended and give you the opportunity to decide what direction you will take in answering them.  Tell me about yourself?  What are your long-term goals?  What are your strengths and weaknesses? Please give examples.  Why do you want this job?
  • 8. GROUP INTERVIEW  There are two types of group interviews, and your experience will vary depending on which one you're participating in.  In first variety, multiple candidates are interviewed at the same time by one interviewer .  In this scenario, you and other candidates would be interviewed together, in a group.  In second type of group interview, multiple interviewers meet with and interview a candidate.  The panel typically includes a Human Resources representative, the manager, and possibly co-workers from the department
  • 9. PANEL INTERVIEW  Panel interviews are conducted by a group of two or more interviewers.  Typically, you'll be in a room with several people who work at the company - these interviewers make up the panel.  In some cases, the panel will ask questions to multiple candidates at the same time.  Most likely, each interviewer in the panel will ask you at least one question. If there are multiple job seekers, the interviewers might ask each applicant one question at a time. To Perform Well  Try to engage with all interviewers, and don't just focus on the most outgoing participant.  You don't know who's input will be important in the hiring decision. Also, presumably everyone is in the room because their opinion is important.
  • 10. DEPTH INTERVIEW Also known as an individual interview or a 'one-on-one‘ Interview This is a qualitative market research interview with a single respondent. Such interviews vary greatly in content and interviewing approach. It is Potential sources of information for data collection Comparatively much more detailed information than other data collection methods like surveys and focused group discussions.
  • 11. CONCLUSION  Most people would not accept a marriage proposal from someone they had never met, even if that person looked great on paper.  A job offer is also a potentially life-altering event that needs careful deliberation.  Job interviews provide an opportunity for you and your potential employer to decide how well your skills align with the company’s needs.  Job interviews allow you to get better acquainted with prospective colleagues and obtain information to help you decide if that job is the right one for you.