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Tassawur Friday, October 11, 2019 01:47 AM

[QUOTE=Jasminepb;1099170]Tassawar Bhai how to improve body language and maintain confidence in interview ..in evening interview first 2 minutes of interview very confusing for me how to handle this situation[/QUOTE]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]See as well as my personal experience concerned , I have observed that our fears, apprehensions and unpleasant concerns spoil our confidence. when we are not prepared about certain thing and we fear or apprehend that if questions are asked on this very thing , our interview would be affected . The same has been issue with one of my very close friend who had his degree in English Literature and he abhorred preparing even basic question regarding English Literature. Whenever , he went in interview , he always feared that any moment question may be asked about literature and he would be in the hot water. Finally for one of his interview for grade 17 post I prepared anticipated question regarding literature and spoon fed him and made him belief that now he didnt need to be afraid regarding this end. And it really worked , he went for the interview without having any fear and apprehension and now he is Assistant Director local Government . That's how you also need to find out that what tampers with your confidence . and with slight extra effort those factors may be coped with and you may get out of the dilema.
I have this strong conviction that if one is prepared properly and one has prepared the ares well which i have mentioned in my post , one's confidence gets boosted and one perform really up to the mark. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

Rizzzk Saturday, July 25, 2020 11:33 AM

[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]Brother plz give dominating opinion according to your experience regarding following points:
1. Dressing during interview (shalwar qameez or pent shirt), especially for those who are too skinny.
2. Before entering in room for interview, is there any need to knock or permission.
3. Shake hand?
4. Strengths and weaknesses.
5. Can we disagree with interviewer on some point in respective manner.[/QUOTE]

I like your suggestion and thanks for sharing these tips. I always thinking about my casual and interview dressing but you give me a batter idea,

Tassawur Monday, July 27, 2020 03:52 PM

[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]Brother plz give dominating opinion according to your experience regarding following points:
1. Dressing during interview (shalwar qameez or pent shirt), especially for those who are too skinny. [/QUOTE]
[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]You should wear whatever suits you well. But keep it in mind in Shalwar Qameez, only white Shalwar Qameez with black or Blue waste coat are considered appropriate for the interview. While in pent shirt any decent combination works, though preferably two pieace pent court suit is considered more appropriate. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]2. Before entering in room for interview, is there any need to knock or permission.[/QUOTE]
[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]There is no need for knocking at the door as usually they themselves ask you to come in. however, after opening the door asking permission for getting into the room is appropriate. One may also ask permission before taking the seat , if they themselves don't ask you to sit in the chair. [/COLOR][/I][/B]
[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]3. Shake hand?[/QUOTE]
[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]It isn't needed, nor usually there is possibility as the panel sits on a small distance from where shaking hand isn't feasible . However, sharing greetings and pleasantries is a pleasant thing. [/COLOR][/I][/B]
[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]4. Strengths and weaknesses.[/QUOTE]
[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]Obviously one should be cognisant of one's strengths and weaknesses and one should explain these when one is asked. [/COLOR][/I][/B]
[QUOTE=Gudujones;930803]5. Can we disagree with interviewer on some point in respective manner.[/QUOTE]
[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]Obviously , one has every right to disagree with the panel members . However , disagree or differ with decency and support your view point with logical arguments. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

Rizzzk Monday, July 27, 2020 11:23 PM

[QUOTE=Tassawur;1113506][B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]You should wear whatever suits you well. But keep it in mind in Shalwar Qameez, only white Shalwar Qameez with black or Blue waste coat are considered appropriate for the interview. While in pent shirt any decent combination works, though preferably two pieace pent court suit is considered more appropriate. [/COLOR][/I][/B]


[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]There is no need for knocking at the door as usually they themselves ask you to come in. however, after opening the door asking permission for getting into the room is appropriate. One may also ask permission before taking the seat , if they themselves don't ask you to sit in the chair. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]It isn't needed, nor usually there is possibility as the panel sits on a small distance from where shaking hand isn't feasible . However, sharing greetings and pleasantries is a pleasant thing. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]Obviously one should be cognisant of one's strengths and weaknesses and one should explain these when one is asked. [/COLOR][/I][/B]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]Obviously , one has every right to disagree with the panel members . However , disagree or differ with decency and support your view point with logical arguments. [/COLOR][/I][/B][/QUOTE]

I like your suggestion and thanks for sharing these tips. I always thinking about my casual and interview dressing but you give me a batter idea,

Tassawur Friday, August 07, 2020 01:36 PM

[QUOTE=Rizzzk;1113518]I like your suggestion and thanks for sharing these tips. I always thinking about my casual and interview dressing but you give me a batter idea,[/QUOTE]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]You are welcome Dear ![/COLOR][/I][/B]

Ypir Monday, October 26, 2020 10:54 AM

the most important thing in interview preparation is confidence.

Naheedmir Thursday, October 29, 2020 08:29 PM

Many thanks for the significant tips on appearing in the interview. These techniques can help a great many current and future CSS students. These are hard-earned experiences and only those can share this useful info who have appeared and come up to the mark.

Best wishes.

Tassawur Wednesday, November 18, 2020 12:41 PM

[QUOTE=Naheedmir;1116937]Many thanks for the significant tips on appearing in the interview. These techniques can help a great many current and future CSS students. These are hard-earned experiences and only those can share this useful info who have appeared and come up to the mark.

Best wishes.[/QUOTE]

[B][I][COLOR="DarkRed"]Thanks alot for your kind words of appreciation.[/COLOR][/I][/B]

awwaan Monday, December 28, 2020 03:00 PM

How to prepare for a job interview
 
[LIST][*]Reviewing the job description.[*]Thoroughly researching the company.[*]Thinking about what you will wear.[*]Planning your journey to the interview.[*]Preparing for questions you will be ask.[*]Preparing your own questions for the employer.[*]Following up with the employer.[/LIST]

awwaan Monday, December 28, 2020 03:47 PM

I'm merely curious tell me if you want to or not ..


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