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Tips to remember during the interview
knock before you enter. Out of nervousness, many candidates forget this
basic etiquette which is unacceptable.
each panelist with a smile on your face. A pleasing and calm demeanor
soothes the initial tension.
eye contact spells your confidence. Maintain eye contact with your
interviewers while responding to their questions.
body language also speaks a lot about your personality. In fact, panelists
can expertly decipher your body language and make out how involved you are
during the ongoing rendezvous.
eloquent about your past achievements. Highlight those accomplishments
that address to your current job application.
define your aims and objectives and underline your qualities.
too much or too less is definitely not recommended. While it is expected
that you elaborate your replies, drifting from the original subject should
be avoided at every cost.
interrupting any panelist. Listen to what they have to say and speak only
when they have completed their question.
reply to every question truthfully. A white lie can be very disastrous if
the panelist asks you to verify your statements.
calm throughout the interview. Do not fumble or stammer. In case you do
not understand their point of view, politely ask them to rephrase their
statements and reply accordingly.
the end of the interview, you may be asked if you have any questions. Be
prepared with a list of 4-5 related questions. Putting your doubts across
will let them know of your logical and analytical thinking process. You
can also ask in what way the company can contribute to your career growth.
your salary package should be handled with care. Avoid quoting an
unreasonable amount. Weigh your responsibilities, capabilities and your
role in the organization and negotiate accordingly.
bad mouthing your previous employer. Negative comments will only help them
to evaluate your approach towards the current organization.
close your interview by gracefully thanking the panelist for the meeting.
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