Friday, 3 March 2017

What is Second Interview? and Why Second interview?

What is Second Interview? and Why Second interview?




The candidates who pass the screening interview are selected for a second round interview. Second round interviews typically involve more detailed interview questions about the applicant, their qualifications, and their ability to perform for the company. Second round interviews may include interviewing with multiple interviewers including management, staff, executives, and other company employees.

Many companies interview candidates for employment twice, or even more often. When companies have a multiple interview process, the first round of interviews are screening interviews that are used to determine which applicants have the basic qualifications required for the job.

TIPS for Second Interview:

1. Research anyone who you know you're meeting with if you were given names ahead of time. 
This doesn't mean compiling a detailed dossier. It just means that you want to know what their role is, how long they've been with the company, and in some cases, what their professional history was before this job.

2. Don't ask same questions that you asked last time.
This might happen if you're talking to new people, and it even might happen if you're talking to the same person as earlier because people may have go-to questions and forget that they've already asked you them. Don't sound annoyed or give an abbreviated answer on the assumption that they can get the details from someone else. And definitely don't say, "Well, I explained that to Larry." Answer pleasantly and thoroughly, the way you would the first time the question was asked.

3. What You Didn't Say
Was there something you thought you should have mentioned during your first interview? Or was there a question you had difficulty with? The second interview will provide you with the opportunity to expand upon your responses from the first interview.
Review the notes you took during the first interview, to see what you might have missed talking about and what you can clarify or add.

4. Take the Time to Say Thank You After the Interview

Taking the time to say thank you after a job interview not only is good interview etiquette. It also reinforces your interest in the position and shows the interviewer that you have excellent follow-up skills. Use your thank you letter, as well, to address any issues and concerns that came up during the interview.


5. Checkout the Company



How much do you know about the company that just contacted you to schedule an interview? It should be plenty, and all the information you need is available online.
Here are tips on how to research a company, get the inside scoop on the company culture, and use your connections to get an interview advantage.

Some sample Questions for Second Interview:


1. What challenges are you looking for in a position?
2. What do you know about this company?
3. Questions about your career goals.
4. What do you know about this company?
5. What can you contribute to this company?
6. What applicable experience do you have?





Friday, 24 February 2017

Behavioral Interview Tips

Behavioral Interview


Behavioral Interview  is the kind of interview  of which  the goal is to identify  whether the candidates have suitable  skills for the job. In such an interview,  the interviewers  shall not ask what you will do, but instead, what you did. They want to know how you handled  certain circumstances  that you have experienced  in the past and based on your answer, they will evaluate how well you handle such circumstances  in the future. 


STAR is short for a procedure, in which:  

•  S = Situation: describe the situation. 
•  T = Task: identify  the goals you wish to achieve.
•  A = Action: determine  the action you should  perform to reach such goals. 
•  R = Result: what is the result you expect? 


Behavioral interview  tips :

   
1. Have you prepared carefully  before a Behavioral Interview.  Read the job description carefully  and your profile  as well.  Identify  which qualifications,  abilities  or skills  of yours should be most suitable to the job. 

2. Prepare a list of questions that may be asked in a Behavioral Interview  after considering job description.  Also, prepare answers to such questions. 

3. The interviewer  may want to know about your behavior in certain situations  (guess which situations  it may be) or your past experience in working which may influence  on the performance  of current job. Emphasize  on your abilities  or skills which  help you resolve problems in the past or help improve  your performance.    

4. Be coherent in your stories. Begin  with a brief introduction  to the problem. Then, talk about your action, and the result of your action. Finally,  summarize  your approach and solution. 

5. The interviewer  may wish to debate on certain problems during  your working experience. It is because he or she is seeking your abilities  to perform the duties for which they are recruiting.  He or she wants to know how you take over a new challenge  and how you can resolve new problems.  

6. Answer as sincerely  as possible.  Don‘t lie as if you are discovered, it shall be very a very bad situation.

7. There may be some argumentative  questions.  And to deal with them, firstly,  you have to stay calm and think  of them carefully.  Make your points clearly  and confidently.  Don‘t be much worried about lose. The point here is that you are confident  with your approaches.

8. The interviewer  doesn‘t expect you can handle every situation.  If he or she raises one which you were unable to resolve,  explain  its result and why you couldn‘t deal with it. Tell him or her which  you have learn from such failure. 

9. Remembering  everything  at moment of the interviewer  asking the questions  is nearly impossible.  So, the most important  tip is that you have get yourself prepared carefully before the Behavioral  Interview.

Stress interview Tips

Stress interview 


Stress is a physical term indicating  the impact of one subject on the other. Though  it may sound rather strange,  many experienced  interviewers  may often use this interview  method. In a Stress Interview,  a number of interviewers  shall continuously  by turn ask questions and cause pressure on the candidates to evaluate their ability  to handle high  pressure. Also, the goal of Stress Interview  is to test the candidates‘ ability  to work under a busy environment.  Questions in a stress interview  are commonly  relating  to multi-task  project, overtime  working or conflict handling  at work. 


1. Stress Interview  Process  

Stress Interview  is normally  performed  as follows: 
  •  Behavior  improperly  during  the interviews  which may cause hard feelings  for the candidates.
  •  The interviewers  keep a long silence before asking the candidates.
  • The interviewers  don‘t show certain manners to the candidates such as inviting  them to sit or drink a glass of water.
  • The interviewers  ask multiple  of questions  before the candidates can answer completely one. 
  • The candidates are made to wait for a long time before the interview. 
  • The interviewers  may criticize  the candidates no matter they approve or disapprove. 
  • The interviewers  may pretend not paying  attention  to the candidates and therefore,  make them very stressful. 

2. Methods of Dealing  with Stress Interview  

  • Keep your head cool is the best way to deal with this high  pressure.
  • Keep calm and don‘t get frustrated.  This is an interview.  There must be something  going on.
  • Maintain  a smile  on your face. Don‘t look so serious. 
  • Don‘t take persona ly  for what you see. Think  of this like a game of mind. 
  • Don‘t overreact for what you hear. 
  • Answer clearly and don‘t change  your answer. 





Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Mistakes To Avoid in a US Visa Interview

 Mistakes To Avoid in a US Visa Interview

1. Avoiding Eye Contact


Eye contact can make or break an interview. It is one of the most important techniques to master. Eye contact portrays confidence, trust, engaging, and professional. Having a good eye contact can be a bridge between you and your dream. You can verbally tell absolutely everything an officer wants to hear, but your eyes can tell completely a different story. Don’t overlook this extremely valuable tool.

2. Not being thorough with supporting documentation


Your supporting documents should validate the purpose of your travel and ties to your home country. It’s a key communication tool for assessing and evaluating your past experience and present standing. Documentation reflects your areas of weakness, as well as strengths, it backs up what you speak, the facts – who, what, where, when. Showing up for a visa interview with thorough documentation will help you feel more prepared and confident, it increases your chances for a positive outcome.

3. Not Researching the University


Very often applicants show up for a visa interview well dressed and prepared to answer about themselves, but goes blank when they hear questions like, what made you to choose this university? How this university benefits you? Arguably one of the most critical part of interview preparation is making sure you fully know about the university you are going to attend. Digging into a University’s past, present, and future is now easier than ever. Researching the university will have a tremendous benefit, it demonstrates to the officer the preparedness and your attention to details. Make sure to equip yourself with as much information as you possibly can.

4. Fail to rehearse


Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse – I can’t stress it enough. In the days prior to your interview, prepare a list of questions you expect to be asked, write down your responses, then, out loud, practice those extensively. Make rehearses as realistic as possible, have your friend ask the kind of questions you expect to face in a interview. Rehearsing doesn’t make you perfect, but it is guaranteed to make you better. With intense rehearsing, you will be able to polish your tone, adjust the length of your responses until someone says, “You’re visa is approved!”

5. Making a weak first impression


First impression do really matter the most, it tells a visa officer how serious you are about interview and career. Making a weak first impression restrict conversation with you, even at the very beginning. Your impression must reflect the kind of person you are, comfortable and confident, easy to communicate, neat and clean, and with bundle of enthusiasm. To gain trust on someone may probably take years but to make a strong first impression takes few seconds. Think like you will never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Take every chance, to present your best self, being professional and polished.


Tuesday, 31 January 2017

INTERVIEW TIPS FOR FRESHERS

INTERVIEW TIPS FOR FRESHERS




Preparation: Prepare the subject well you have applied for. Lack of knowledge about the subject may at once ruin your chance of getting the job. Study well about the course and its content. Sleep for at least six hours so that you don't look tired the next day.

Good communication skills
 : I believe this is the most important skill which interviewers use to distinguish the best from the rest. Make sure you are confident and clear in what you speak. No blabbering. Do not use jargons which you don’t know. Try to be simple and fluent in your vocabulary.


Salary: Do not discuss money at the first instance. The principal obviously won't negotiate on the salary grounds.  He or she will offer you the amount you deserve and what is being given to the other teachers of your grade.


Good Analytical skills : Practice lot of puzzles! I know that puzzles are probably not the best way to choose candidates but you have to accept the fact that they are heavily used in elimination rounds. Make sure you practice variety of puzzles. Even if you are unable to solve a puzzle at interview, it is very important to show that your approach was structured. That’s all recruiters look for

Get your questions to be asked ready : In general the last question is “Do you have any question for us”. Note that, the interview does not end until unless you leave the room. So you need to kill this question as well. Show your research here. Talk about something new which the company has got into. Try understanding the role better. Try touching up on a few popular debates in the field.

Be enthusiastic: Show your dedication towards the job. Be enthusiastic and energetic. The job of a teacher is to not only educate but help the students in every possible way. 

Documents Keep all your documents well organized in a folder. Also be on time, preferably 15 minutes before so you get time to settle down and calm your nerves.

Strength : Make sure you can support your strengths by giving examples. You can prepare before but don’t falter while talking. It will not create a good impression.

Social networking : Social networking sites like Facebook, Linkdin, Twitter can be used for work opportunities and conversing with other people improving your interpersonal skills.








Thursday, 26 January 2017

The category of Group Discussion

 The category of Group Discussion


1st Category: Sports

1. Indian Premier League- Has cricket lost its essence?– Cricket in India is not just a sport, it is worshipped as a religion. IPL has add a spice to the entertainment but at the same time it has become a business to earn money.
2. Football Means To India–  Football needs team effort without every member’s contribution the team will definitely loose the game. Generally these kind of topics were asked in the interviews to check weather the job seeker will posses the team spirit quality or not along with their reaction when they were asked to work in a team as a member. Football is the game where team effort is required.

2nd Category: Technology and Education

1. Machine Over Man Or Man Over Machine ?– This will put a light on Man v/s machine power which is being the most popular and latest group discussion topic. Man invented Machine so man will always rule the hierarchy. This topic is basically asked in the selection procedure to judge weather a candidate will posses dominating nature or not.
2. Why cant we be world players in industry as we are in software–We prove ourself in the field of technology and education but we are lacking in terms of software industries. The reason behind that is we have brilliant manpower in the software field but with the limited resources. This may be asked for the candidate belonging from software field to check their reaction and motivation power.


3rd Category: Economics and Politics

1. UST Global Current GD Topics UTS Global is the current discussion topic that has been put in the selection procedure of job interviews. The purpose is to check applicant’s knowledge of the currents affairs. UTS Global provides marketing solutions to various companies with their commitment of agility up-to global standards. Through its continuous efforts the company has learn the art of fuel transformation along with the development of entrepreneurial spirit.

2. Economic freedom -Road to growth and prosperityThis topic is basically chosen by the interviewer to judge candidate decision making power with his/her thoughts about the present economical status of the country. What kind of solutions are to be made in order to overcome the economical crises for the betterment. Economics freedom may lead to growth and prosperity when freedom is utilize in a right way.
3. Impact of Rupee Depreciation On Indian Economy  This topic is being popular as the latest andmost discussed topic for group discussion as through this topic the panellist would judge candidate knowledge of Economics current affairsIndian rupee has creates a new historic status due to rise in inflation. This digression in Indian rupee will directly effects the pockets of the Common man.

4th Category: Social Interest

1. Marriage Is A Social Trap– This come under the current discussion topics of interviewer choice. Through this they are willing to know about the candidates social bringing. In my point of view Marriage is about sharing one’s thoughts, happiness and sorrow with other. So how can one say its a trap but due to dowry and wrong attitude of some persons in our society, the word used trap fits best.


2. Women Make Better Bosses Than Men– This topic is being the popular one among the latest group discussion topics and become the first choice of the interviewer to check his/her judgement of ones qualities on the basis of gender. When a person has good skills and ability to execute his work perfectly is only able to become the boss. Apart from this if gender is the point of concentration to judge some one qualities than this will be the reclamation for women.

3. Sarabjeet Singh Death- A Medium to Win Public Votes– This topic is one of the latest group discussion topic, through this the interviewers are willing to know the social awareness of the candidate. Sarabjeet Singh was an Indian national convicted of terrorism and countered as a spy by the Pakistani court. Indian government has made efforts to take out Sarabjeet from the prison but all efforts were worth. Its nothing but just become a medium of earning votes.

4. Delhi Rape Case Justice ?– This is the most frequently asked latest topic for group discussion after the Delhi Rape Case. Through this topic the interviewer would like to know the candidate reaction for such a social injustice.







Monday, 26 December 2016

Job Interview Preparation is Boring!



Job Interview Preparation is Boring!


Keep Applying:

The first piece of advice here has nothing to do with the interview itself; clients that we work with, and others that we speak to, can have a tendency to take their foot ‘off the gas’ when an interview (or two) are happening. So our advice here is to continue to allocate the same time as you have normally been doing, whether it’s a couple of hours a day, or a couple of hours a week (Hint: the former is better!). Human nature can put us into that comfort zone; the taking the foot off the gas scenario can almost be in-perceivable, but can happen, so be aware and stay on track right up until the ideal next role is offered.


Do more than the next candidate:

Find out all you can about the company, including, values, aims, their footprint in the relevant sector, competitors, annual report and financials, and on the day before the interview, and as a ‘top tip’, do a Google news search for any last minute snippets that you can bring into the conversation at interview if the opportunity presents itself. preparation is key. don’t skip over this piece of advice; you would be surprised at how many senior level executives don’t adequately prepare for interview.

Do you have any contacts (LinkedIn or otherwise) who might be able to offer an inside track as to why this role is currently available. This additional layer of knowledge can be very useful; you can allude to relevant points at interview, e.g. for say an MD role, and you discovered that the last MD had been let go, can you establish why? Let’s say it was due to not having enough of a commercial focus for the job – you can then bring out how commercially minded you are at the interview – with over egging it.


The night before the interview:

I hope that at least a week before you will have written and rehearsed the most likely questions and rehearsed aloud your answers to these. If you haven’t, why not?  Those of you that know me will know that I bang on incessantly about this. Whether you’re an interview ‘natural’ or a bag of nerves, this simple tip will ensure you have some practiced answers to bring out when necessary, even if they don’t come out in exactly the way you have practiced.

Having prepared as above, the night before ensure you stay off the caffeine and alcohol, and get a decent night’s sleep. Whether you’re reading advice about fitness, weight loss, whatever it is, sleep is the often overlooked element, so ensure you get a good eight hours if you can.
So those are some thoughts around preparation and mind-set. What about ‘on the day’?



It’s interview day:
 
Time: Give yourself plenty, allow for delays. If the interview involves a potential overnight hotel stop, but means you will be definitely able to make it on time, then I suggest going with that option. If it’s an international location you’re heading to for an interview, then weaving in a few recruiter/contact meetings over a two/three day trip makes sense in terms of capitalizing on the time spent away from home, depending on your circumstances.

Ensure you look the part.. You need to look sharp. A tailored suit, smart shoes, and being well groomed might seem basic, but the first impressions count rule still applies.

If you tend to get a bit nervous, some long slow controlled breaths (half a dozen at least, during the obligatory pre interview toilet visit will work) will help your physiology to come more under your control. But don’t forget, adrenaline (from nerves) is a natural fight or flight response; it’s how you use that adrenaline that matters.

I strongly suggest having the mind-set that this interview is the only opportunity you have at the moment. It might well be! But if you have a few on the go at once, viewing each one as if it were your only opportunity will help you to focus, and prepare properly. This is not about appearing needy at the interview, but being 100% in command of your focus, answers, and relationship building within the context of the interview itself.

During the interview be mindful of “Tell me about a time when…” type questions. Here’s where the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) format of answering kicks in, but if you remember nothing else on the day, remember to close your answer with the Result at the very least. Using examples rather than generic answers will impress the interviewer.


After the interview:

The first phase after the interview is to get your notepad and pencil out… Ok, your iPad! Make a mental run through of everything from the moment you entered the building until you left. Is there anything you’d do differently next time, if there needs to be a next time?

The thankyou email can include any points that came out during the interview which you subsequently identified as being critical to the role.

Follow up? An old chestnut. The important factor here is not to be seen as ‘needy’ (difficult if you’re in a situation where you need the job yesterday!), and not to over follow up, i.e. chase. Agree next steps at the interview, and if you’re going via a head hunter then speak to them of course, but I return to my very first point of the article. Put this one to bed, and just crack on with fresh research, fresh roles, and fresh opportunities. If you’ve been successful, believe me you’ll hear, and in the meantime… on with the next application, interview prep, networking connections.

Saturday, 10 December 2016

what Employers Want from you?How to Crack Interview for Freshers Tech HR Round Skill

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What Employers Want

An interview, in a very broad sense, is a conversation between two or more people where the interviewer attempts to elicit information from the interviewee. Employers use interviewing as a method of conducting research and understanding the experiences of the candidates, so that they can be recruited according to suitable profiles and job responsibilities.
Can you work efficiently in a team? Can you take split-second decisions? Do you have problem-solving abilities? These are some of the most important skill-sets a company looks for in graduates who apply for jobs with them. The most important of them all − ability to communicate with people inside and outside the organisation.

How To Crack Interview? Best Interview Tips
Hai Viewers, today our team is writing an article about, How to clear an HR interview round. Common lets discuss about it. Here is the update on how to crack interview for freshers. Now a days, many of the students misunderstanding that, personal interview is just an formality round to offer the call letter. But its completely wrong, sometimes many of the students not able to clear this round too. So, here are few tips and tricks to clear your HR interview. These tips may helps you a lot.

how to crack interview for freshers

Self Confidence
First and foremost thing to clear interview is, reduce your fear and be with confidence. Yes, students always appear to interview with full of confidence, even if we don’t know how to speak. Its right, the HR always check the students attitude and their self confidence. The few tricks to show your confidence. Firstly, sit straight and maintain eye contact. Always keep little bit smiling face, its shows the interviewer that you have a lot of interest about this job. If you don’t know the answer, simply say don’t know, if you know the answer, then reply your answer with simple and clear words. But, remember that, don’t say i don’t know answer overly.

hr round interview questions and answers for freshers

Communication Skill
Next one is communication skill, everyone thinks that, skills means english language. But no, the skills means listen, absorb and answer loud and clear. Didn’t mean that, english is not required, it is required but basic english knowledge is enough. Always shows your skills by listen, first just listen what interviewer is asking, don’t break the question in middle. how to crack interview for freshers are clearly explained here. Then next one is absorb, after the interviewer complete their question, understand what he asked, then reply with confidence with related answer. If you don’t know the answer, simply say “sorry sir i don’t know the answer”. Thats enough, please don’t try to say irrelevant answer. If you know the answer, they tell the answer clear and loud. Don’t murmuring the answer inside your month. It definitely shows that, you have lack of confidence.

interview questions for freshers with answers

Ask For Feed Back
At the end of interview, ask the interviewer about your feedback. It gives the interviewer about your positive attitude and they may also likes your positive nature and he/she may impress too. If he gives you the feed back, do not argue with that, simply say “sorry sir i am try to avoid this from next time on wards”. 

personal interview questions and answers

Salary Details
Already we all know about this, this is most common question at the end of interview. How much Salary do you expect?, if fresher better don’t say your expected salary.  Just reply with smile that, salary is not important for me, i want to develop my skills and learn new things through this how to crack interview for freshers. If experienced, don’t ask senseless salary, it gives them the impression that, you are not serious about this job. Just ask reasonable salary hike. Anyways, we all aware of that, for freshers, the organisation will offers 3 to 4 lack package and experienced will offers more than previous job.

tips for job interview 

Some Most common Interview Questions And Tips
  1. Tell About Yourself: Always try to remember that, first impression is the best impression. So, demonstrate your qualification and qualities. Don’t go too far about this, just end the topic within 1 to 3 minutes. 
  2. Strength and Weakness: This is most common question, show your strengths which reflect your confidence. Don’t overly say your strength of irrelevant to the job. Coming to weakness, try to avoid more points here, just show that you know your weakness and what should you do to overcome it.

tips for job interview tell me about yourself

  1. Why should we hire you?, it is another question in HR interview. Speak about organisation to impress the HR. Get how to crack interview for freshers ideas here. But don’t be too modest, tell any one success story about the company and qualities about it.
  2. Where do you want to see yourself in 5 years?, this is also most frequent question. Answer this question with relevant answer which shows them the interviewer, that you have commitment about your career. But please don’t answer such questions like, to be a CEO of this company. 
So, guys these communication skills tips for interview freshers are few interview questions and tips which everyone asked commonly. Please go through this article then improve your confidence and attend for the interview. We are wishing all the best for everyone for your career.
Interview Tips For Freshers
Job6.in providing the few best interview tips for freshers. Usually, freshers face a lot of problems for the HR interview. As the interview is new to them, they have lot of pressure from family. So, they feel nervous. Look here friends, we are here to reduce your tension and provide more self confidence for you. Self confidence is the first and foremost thing to every student to attend for interview. So, be with confidence and make your time to read the below article. We hope, the below tips may helps you.
1) Appear 10 to 15 Minutes Prior To Interview: It is the first thing that, students have to arrive to interview venue 15 minutes before the schedule. So that, you have some time to relax and keep your mind fresh. And being punctual is the most important for everyone life. And our team will advising that, one day before the interview, better to know the interview venue details and address.
2) Keep all Necessary Documents in a neat folder: Students need not to forgot the important certificates when attending for the interview. With this documents carry the updated resume or CV of minimum 2 to 3 copies. Please make your resume more and more attractive with valid information.
3) Attend with Good Appearance: Appearance is the best quality for everyone, which they decides our self confidence, interest on work. Yes, students have to appear for HR interview with manners, well groomed hair, neat ironed shirt and polished shoes. While appearing to the interview room, keep your face smiling and sit straight and maintain eye contact with interviewer.
4) About Company: Yes, definitely everyone who attend for the particular organisation interview, they have to be aware of basic company profile like, when did the company started, who inaugurated, how many awards does they got and etc. This reflects the interviewer, your seriousness about this company.
5) Listen Carefully and Speak Out Loud and Clear: Always keep in mind that, do not interrupt the question when the interviewer asking. First listen carefully, after his/her question complete then understand the question and reply with your answer. Answer should be relevant to the interviewer question with clear and loud. If you don’t know the answer, then keep your eye contact usually simply reply with dignity that you don’t know the answer.
6) Do Not Argue: If in case, the interviewer said something wrong, please do not argue with them. It shows your rudeness and negative nature for interviewer. So, that they mean that you are unfit for this position.
7) Switch Off Your Phone: Before entering  into the interview room, please keep silent or switch off your mobile. In case if not, at least say apologies to interview. But better to switch off it. Because, the interviewer, always expects from you, to be enthusiastic about the interview. 
8) Before Interview: Those who are attending for their interview, please practice in front of the mirror. It gains your self confidence and reduce your tension. We all know this proverb that, practice makes man perfect. So, practice as well as possible before going to the interview.
9) Ask Questions: Most of the interviewers, ask us to question them. Don’t be panic to ask question and utilise the chance, if you have any doubts ask them. Ask only job related questions. This also shows your ability too.
10) Be Confidence: Last but not least, you should be confident and well prepare for the interview. Many of the students thinks, English language is the most important thing in interview. But its a wrong statement, confidence is the important thing for interview. All interviewers first check the students confidence level. So, be confident while going to the interview.
These are few basic important tips for fresher interview. So, go through the article please fallow the steps then attend for interview with confidence. Good luck for your future.
Few Best Things that Interviewer Expects From Candidates At Interview
We expect, everyone who are reading this article will have an interview in a few days. So, firstly Good luck for them. Every interviewer must looks for few points from the candidates in interview. Let us discuss about this. Candidate have to go through the below entire article and maintain the below points in your interview. You will definitely clear the round. 
  1. Leadership Quality: Every Interviewer seeks for a leader ship qualify from a candidate. Leadership means to take a responsibility for themselves and spontaneously take the assignments and execute the result of that assignments. It shows the ability of the candidate and seriousness about their job. And motivates others to join with that vision.
  2. Creativity: Interviewers selects only creative minded candidates. Creativity means, employees always comes with a unique ideas to lighten up the organisation. The creativeness of the candidates presents the new and amazing ideas into reality. Every person in this world had a creative nature. But few are presenting their creativeness to the world. Even uneducated ones can also have creativity too.
  3. Body Language: This is the one of the quality that candidate must have. During the interview, candidate have to sit straight and maintain eye contact with interviewer. And always maintains little bit smiling face for positive nature. We all have nervous during the interview. But better to hide that nervousness from the face. When interviewer asked a question, look into his/her eyes rather if your eyes moving around the room, it reflects some uneasiness and bored on topics.
  4. Intelligence: Every person is intelligent in the world. Always every company hires the intelligent persons. They desires that, only intelligent employees can satisfy their all requirements in job. Interviewers also check the communication skills, basic subject knowledge, working capacity and practical knowledge of the students. If the interviewer asked you a question, listen carefully and answer it loudly with a positive nature and relevant one. Don’t try to say any irrelevant answer.
  5. Problem Solver: Of course any interviewer hires problem solvers to their organisation. These type of employees solves any kind and problems and takes the opportunity initiative to solve the problems.
  6. Presence Of Mind: When appearing for the interview, everyone should keep their mind fresh. Here the presence of mind is the ability, in which we can solve any kind of problem easily and do several kind of activities at a time. Simply, the presence of mind means, easily solve the problem by using available resources.  
  7. Multitasking: The employees who executes the many assignments at a time are known as multitasking candidates. Always, the interviewers gives their priority for these kind of persons for their organisation to work for several tasks at a time.  So, employees who are with this multitasking talent, they will settled in future quickly and they will also obtains a more salary compared to remaining ones.
So, guys who have suitable nature with above all qualities, we will bet you that you definitely got a goo job in a reputed organisation. Those who are going to the interview, must have to fallow all the above qualities during the interview time and impress your interviewer then grab the job. Candidates to know more about interview tips and other details please visit pour page.

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

How to know "how was your Interview.!!!!!!"

How to know "how was your Interview.!!!!!!"

know your interview.

1. When the interviewer holds with you for long: 

Sometimes, we see that the interviewee comes out of the job interview very soon. So, most of the time we make an idea that the interviewee might not have answered up to the mark that interviewer ended up with the person. So, it is also one of the ways to know whether you performed well or not. If the interviewer holds with you for long, means for more than the time assigned, then it certainly means the panel is interested and you might get a positive reply.

2. Non verbal actions also speak: 

The non verbal actions are stronger than those of the words. So, if your eyes come to the notice of any non verbal signs like smiling, nodding and asking some more questions which you think are not valid but still they are interested in knowing. Then, it is certain that they are happy to know you both personally and professionally. 

3. If the interviewer appears to be enjoying: 

What you are answering is building interest in the interviewer and he or she feels happy listening to you. This can be known only when your answers bring smile and there is no sign of frustration on the countenance of the interviewer. This is one of the best signs to know whether you are going good or not. Sometimes, the interviewers make no expression to keep you bewildered, but still some of the gestures make you realize that you are selected.

 4. When the interviewer provides you a clear time frame: 

The companies follow the strict time frame, but if it takes little longer to recruit the right person, it is not a big deal for them. Any company would like to spend more time if they have to hire the right individual. So, if they are taking longer with you, and the HR ends the interview and ask when can they hear back from you, it’s a good sign. Also, if they are providing you firm date, then it is a sign they are showing interest in you and probably you are that one candidate they have been searching for.

5. If they shake hands at the end of the interview: 

 If you do not perform well, the interviewers just bid good bye saying an abrupt thank you. But, if the interview goes long and at the end, the interviewer extends his hand for a firm shake, means they are impressed from your answers.












Thursday, 1 September 2016

Simple Step to follow for cool interview



The evening before your interview:

If you want to be at your peak you need a good nights sleep before your interview. A warm bath with aromatherapy oils will help to prepare the mind and body for deep relaxation. 

Before you go to bed sit in a darkened room and do some 7/11 breathing. This is a simple technique for dealing with the sharp, shallow breaths resulting from an agitated mental state. Breathe in slowly and steadily to the count of seven, then breathe out slowly and steadily to the count of eleven. Continue with this rhythm of in-breaths and out-breaths until your breathing becomes more relaxed and regular and the tension subsides.

The day of the interview:

Start the day with a good breakfast - porridge is a great choice as oats are a natural tonic for the nerves and help relieve anxiety and stress. Add a chopped banana and some sunflower seeds for a mood boosting dose of seratonin.
If you are feeling like your anxiety is out of control, Bach Flower Remedy Rock Rose will help you focus on the positive and find your inner resolve. Larch Bach Flower Remedy will give you the confidence to shine - pop a few drops under your tongue whenever you need them.

Arriving at the interview:

If you arrive feeling hot and bothered go to the loo and run cold water over your wrists and dab behind the ears, this has a very refreshing effect on the body because it is here that arteries are close to the surface, so dabbing these spots with cold water literally cools the blood. This will also give you the confidence that you won't give that dreaded sweaty handshake.

While waiting (probably the most stressful part of the whole process)

Most of us stress ourselves further by rereading descriptions of jobs while waiting to be interviewed. Instead take the time to recall a smile on the face of someone you love - you might find it easier to visualise a photograph of them or even bring it with you. Respond with a smile of your own and you will look calm and happy when you arrive in the interview.

During the interview:

The pressure point in the middle of your hand relaxes the mind and eases anxiety, press it gently then release and press more deeply, breathe in to your belly and release tension. This technique is subtle enough to use throughout the interview.
If all else fails breathe…so many of us forget to do this when nerves takeover! Breathe out a negative and breathe in a positive. 

Post interview:

After the interview go out and do something you love; fly a kite, walk along the river, make yourself an indulgent cup of hot chocolate or talk to a good friend - either way do not dwell on what you did or didn't say.