tiwari arvind Started The Discussion:
Dear All! I am pursuing last sem of mba HR, & after 3 days my interview will be conducted, so plz help me out that what kind of questions i might be asked in the interview? Arvind Tiwari.
Posted 16th December 2010 From India

The first questions always asked is " Why did you opt for persuing a career in HR ?"
Second common Question asked is about your most liked subject done during your course.

Always remeber to write your answers and prepare well for your interview.

Good luck !
Posted 17th December 2010 From India, Pune
Hi Arvind, I have attached a doc for u... hope this helps.... All d best..
Posted 17th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
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Thank you so much Miss Saba & Cute & Cuddly, will u plz help me out by giving me an idea, that what can be an appropriate answer for first question,that why i opt HR? I am not able to understand how to give a solid answer for that?
Thnx in advance!
Arvind Tiwari.[QUOTE=cutencuddly2;1372325]Hi,
Posted 18th December 2010 From India
Message to saba.khan624

It is nice to see a list furnishing tips to HR freshers and many thanks to you for posting the same.
Permit me to point out an error (obviously an inadvertent error) that has crept in, in one of the
statements in your attachment.

May a deceased employee remain on the payroll to exhaust her annual leave accrual?

Deceased as you may be aware refers to the DEAD.
The intent of the question therefore, must be to refer a person who is suffering from a disease and wants to avail her leave.
Perhaps one of the correct ways of rewording that question is as under.

Can an employee with disease remain on pay roll to exhaust her annual leave accrual?

Other views are welcome.

Good wishes,
V.Raghunathan Location: Navi Mumbai
Posted 2nd November 2011 From India


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