Prepared By : -
Mayur A. Nagar
Jaimin H. Bhatt
- : Defination : -
 A meeting of minimum two expert-
candidate
 Arranged to examine the suitability of the
candidate
 T...
- : Types of Interview : -
 Telephone
 Panel
 One-to-one
 Formal
 Informal (on meal)
 On site interview
- : Preparing for the Interview : -
 Step 1: The Self-Interview
 Know your strengths & weaknesses
 Determine your emplo...
- : Preparing for the Interview : -
 Step 2: Research
 Review employer website/literature
 Develop targeted questions c...
- : Preparing for the Interview : -
 Step 3: Practice!!
 Review common questions
 Schedule mock interview
 Prepare lis...
- : During an interview : -
 Self Confidence – you should be confident while
appearing for interview
 Interpersonal skil...
- : Do : -
 Do take a practice run to the location where
you are having the interview
 If presented with a job applicati...
- : Do : -
 Do make good eye contact with your
interviewer(s)
 Do show enthusiasm in the position and the
company
 Do m...
- : Don’t : -
 Don’t inquire about salary, vacations, bonuses,
retirement, or other benefits until after you’ve
received ...
- : Interview Tips : -
 Work as a reporter can be demanding
because of time constraints and the
challenges of interviews....
Thank You.
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  1. 1. Prepared By : - Mayur A. Nagar Jaimin H. Bhatt
  2. 2. - : Defination : -  A meeting of minimum two expert- candidate  Arranged to examine the suitability of the candidate  Tested for subject knowledge, skills and desired behavior in a very limited time
  3. 3. - : Types of Interview : -  Telephone  Panel  One-to-one  Formal  Informal (on meal)  On site interview
  4. 4. - : Preparing for the Interview : -  Step 1: The Self-Interview  Know your strengths & weaknesses  Determine your employment interests; what do you want to do and why  Reflect on your values; what’s most important to you  Be prepared to cite several examples of experiences, accomplishments, successes
  5. 5. - : Preparing for the Interview : -  Step 2: Research  Review employer website/literature  Develop targeted questions concerning employer and job  Attend Informational Meetings  Be sure you know what the company stands for, its culture, and why you want to work for them!
  6. 6. - : Preparing for the Interview : -  Step 3: Practice!!  Review common questions  Schedule mock interview  Prepare list of questions  Be alert to body language & eye contact  SMILE  Speak clearly; listen carefully  Match your skills/experiences with jobs
  7. 7. - : During an interview : -  Self Confidence – you should be confident while appearing for interview  Interpersonal skills – fluency in English, listen attentively and answer to the questions asked by the interviewer  Be honest – While answering in the interview, even if you don’t know the answer for certain question, be honest in answer to the interviewer.
  8. 8. - : Do : -  Do take a practice run to the location where you are having the interview  If presented with a job application, do fill it out neatly, completely and accurately  Do bring extra resumes to the interview  Do greet the interviewer & do shake hands firmly  Do wait until you are offered a chair before sitting.
  9. 9. - : Do : -  Do make good eye contact with your interviewer(s)  Do show enthusiasm in the position and the company  Do make sure that your good points come across to the interviewer in a factual sincere manner  Do stress your achievements
  10. 10. - : Don’t : -  Don’t inquire about salary, vacations, bonuses, retirement, or other benefits until after you’ve received an offer  Don’t bring up or discuss personal issues or family problems  Don’t say your past history, hence it is available in the C.V. itself
  11. 11. - : Interview Tips : -  Work as a reporter can be demanding because of time constraints and the challenges of interviews. Interview methods can differ depending on the interviewee, and it's important to alter your method as needed. Stay calm and ask follow-up questions whenever you do not understand something in an interview.
  12. 12. Thank You.

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