Personal Interview - Assessment - Job Strategy

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Individual Interview 

The meeting is the last stride of employing the applicant. Here competitor and the business get a chance to meet one  another, trade data and reach conditional decisions about "contracting" each other.

A. Outline: A Marketing Strategy (Campus Recruitment)

  • Self-Audit: Knowing thyself 
  • Job Audit: Knowing Job Market 
  • The Personnel/work fit: Requirement and Position Analysis 

B. Self-Assessment Basics (Interview Oriented)

  • Functional/transferable aptitudes agenda 
  • Major qualities recognizable proof worksheet 
  • Dimensions of word related needs agenda 
  • Professional objectives 
  • Selecting attributes, aptitudes and capacities for accentuation 

The Job Interview 

  • Five phases 
  • Types and Form of meetings 
  • Pre-Campus Interview: what bosses search for 
  • What bosses are searching for and What Candidates need to discover 
  • Eight lethal sins of Campus Interviews 
  • Negatives prompting dismissal 
  • Professional picture rules for Campus Interviews 
  • Most much of the time asked inquiries and how to answer these adequately 
  • Handling the "suicide and precarious inquiries" 
  • Handling illicit or unseemly inquiries 
  • Elements of meeting manners 
  • Salary arrangements 
  • Interview close. Learn More
Your chief goals as an interviewee are twofold-first to find out how well the job and the organization suits you; second and more important goal is how to get selected for the job. The following tips, guidelines and insight to interviews may help you to put in proper efforts and performance to attain the above goals.


The first preparation that you can make for an employment interview is to give some serious thought about yourself by taking stock of your needs, interests and preferred job outcomes. Also, take stock of your strengths and weaknesses. Reflect on your goals and ambitions.

A good starting point would be to prepare a detailed Resume, which is merely a comprehensive and well- organized record of your accomplishments. As you prepare it, you will have to review your academic qualifications, knowledge, skills, experiences and achievements.


The next step is to analyze the job opportunity to find out whether the organization and the job provides you the right opportunities keeping in mind your personal capabilities as well as your career goals. You can analyze the job opportunity under the following steps.

The Firm:
• Back ground of the company
• Products and services
• Capital invested and turnover
• Profit performance
• Number of employees
• Location-factory and branches
• Future plans of the company
• Competitors
• Any important issue of the organization that has been noteworthy Your source of information could be
• Balance sheet of the company
• Chairman’s speech at the last General Body meeting of the company
• Brochures and pamphlets of the company
• Job opportunity announcement
• Talking to the employees of the company especially to the senior alumni

The Appointment:
Title of the job
• Number of posts
• Method or extent of company training and confirmation Remuneration levels of staff
• Accountability / challenges
• Job safety / risks

Duties & responsibilities pertaining to the job:
• Routine / creative type of work
• Qualities needed for success and confirmation

Conditions of Employment:
• Location / area of posting
• Remuneration & perks
• Day / hours of work / leave facilities
• Agreement contract / service bond
• Retirement benefits

Promotion Prospects:
• Criteria
• Span periods of assessment for promotion
• Prospects for your specialization


After the above job analysis, prepare a possible list of desirable qualities, which the firm would be looking for in a prospective candidate for that particular job. Try to match your capabilities with these qualities. Try to improve on your shortcomings and enhance your capabilities.

Listed below are certain qualities, which are generally assessed in interviews with the priorities and weightages, varying with the job.

• Good scholastic record
• Preparation for interview
• Formulated long range goals & objectives

• Enthusiasm
• Self confidence
• Pleasant personality
• Emotional stability
• Poise in the interview
• Aggressiveness & Initiative

• Moral standards
• Humility
• Good health
• Extracurricular activities

Communication & Leadership qualities
• Communication skills
• Writing skills
• Leadership potential
• Managerial Skills
• Interest in people

Organizational requirements
• Work experience of particular type
• Loyalty
• Compatibility with superiors
• Realistic salary expectations
• Willingness to accept routine assignments

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