1. INTRODUCE YOURSELF Good morning sir/madam .I am ........... , pursuing my final year of (DEPARTMENT) in .........

college of engineering my hobbies are reading books and listening to mus ic ..moving on to my strengths. I am a good team player with good coordination ski lls ..I have good communication skills.I am open to learning. I don t see ego in lea rning. I can persuade people to see my point of view and get the work done my bigg est strength is my never give up attitude . 2. TELL US ABOUT UR WEAKNESS ? My weakness is my ........ and am working to get away with it 3. WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU ? I have the qualification , self- motivation to do it well and a strong desire to achieve excellence in whatever I take on. 4. TELL me about something you did or failed to do that you now feel a little as hamed of I wish to avoid regrets..I practice one habit that helps me a great deal in this regard. At the end of each day, I mentally review the day s events and conversati ons to take a second look at the people and developments I m involved with and do a doublecheck of what they re likely to be feeling. Sometimes I ll see things that d o need more follow-up, whether a pat on the back, or maybe a five minute chat in someone s office to make sure we re clear on things whatever. 5. HOW TO FACE THE INTERVIEWER S SILENCE You answer an interviewer s question and then, instead of asking another, he just stares at you in a deafening silence. You wait, growing a bit uneasy, and there he sits, silent as Mt. Rushmore, as if he doesn t believe what you ve just said, or perhaps making you feel that you ve unwittingly violated some cardinal rule of int erview etiquette. When you get this silent treatment after answering a particularly difficult ques tion , such as tell me about your weaknesses , its intimidating effect can be most disquieting .you might .ramble on, sputtering more and more information, sometime s irrelevant and often damaging its not good to do so. If your interviewer pulls i t, keep quiet yourself for a while and then ask, with sincere politeness and not a trace of sarcasm, Is there anything else I can fill in on that point? That s all there is to it. 6. WHERE DO U WANT 2 SEE URSELF FIVE YEARS FROM NOW ? I am definitely interested in making a long-term commitment to my next position In terms of my future career path, I m confident that if I do my work with excelle nce, opportunities will inevitable open up for me . 7. Why do you want to work at our company? This question tests whether you ve done any homework about the firm. If you haven t, you lose. If you have, you win big. Best sources for researching your target co mpany: annual reports, the corporate newsletter, contacts you know at the compan y or its suppliers, advertisements, articles about the company in the trade pres s. 8. What are your career options right now? You can talk about other employment possibilities you re actually exploring. But d o this with a light touch, speaking only in general terms. You don t want to seem manipulative or coy. For instance an instrumentation engineer can be employed in a power plant in the control panel .. 9. What good books have you read lately? . Make sure they are quality books that reflect favorably upon you, nothing that

Finally add a recently published bestselling work of fiction by a world-class author and you ll pass this question with flying colors.could even remotely be considered superficial. .

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