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Interview Tips
Be Punctual
It is important to reach the interview venue before the interview time slot given to you. You do not want to be late as it will reflect poorly on you. You will be rejected outright if you reach late for your interview. At least get there 15 minutes early as you have to go through security checks, fill the entry register, etc.
Research the Company / Organization
You can find information about the company on the Company Website. Make it a habit to read the newspaper every day; it is helpful to know the latest news about the company. Be aware of the Company’s Turnover and its Product Line. For example, if you are going to Tata Motors for an interview, you should know which cars they sell. Also, if you know the name of your interviewer you can do a little research on him or her by looking them up on Linkedin.com
Respect your Interviewer
Greet the interviewer when you enter the room. Be Polite when you are speaking. Sometimes the interviewer might take notes while you are speaking so Don’t get Nervous. If you think he is not listening to what you are saying, ask politely if you should wait till he finishes or say something to bring his attention back to the conversation.
Focus on your Field of Interest
For example, if you are applying for a Software Programmer’s job, speak about that. Don’t discuss the company’s finances or latest acquisitions.
Give examples of Leadership Roles
If you are a fresher, you have not been a Project Head or Managed a Team. In that case you can discuss Group Projects or Assignments that you have been a part of in college and how you headed the team in the right direction to complete the task.
Relax
It is natural to get nervous when going for your first interview or going for an interview for your first job but try to relax and be calm during the process.
Ask Questions
Interviews are not only meant for the Interviewer to ask questions, you can ask them a few of your own too. For example you can ask about the company’s Work Culture or what exactly the Job Requirements are. Don’t start by asking what your Salary would be and how many Holidays you get. That just shows you are not really serious about the job.
 
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