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As an HR professional with 20 years experience I wanted to share with you the presentation I use when visiting universities to brief students on what employers are looking for during interviews.
Some things in the presentation seem so obvious but I was surprised at how poorly some gradutes did at interviews e.g. not finding out about the company, turning up late, inappropriately dressed etc
2nd November 2009 From India, Kochi

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It's quite an useful presentation, for all those who appear for job-interviews. It covers the subtle things, that at times the candidate forgets to prepare for. Thank you for sharing it with us.
Rashmi
3rd November 2009 From India, Mumbai
Yes, Really a good presentation. Thanx Sir............................................................ Very Helpful. Regards Ishu
3rd November 2009 From India
Hi , Since I started to leard the inet i registered in many groups, but among all i find this group as meaningful and very informative , thanks to all for their contributions
3rd November 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hi,Das, good job, you have given the meat for any one to take on and develope,fully agree with you on the points covered. keep going grat man,
4th November 2009 From India, Madras
Ranjit,
If students follow these pointers, they are bound to do well in the interviews. It is just unfortunate that most perceive interviews as a place and a point of time when a magical transformation will take place.
Know Your Language
5th November 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Ranjit, your ppt serves the need of every fresher :) hope all freshers / experienced proff follow these rules for there better prospects. Cheers, Revathi
5th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi
sorry I saw you mail late in the day. It may be worth opening my presentation - there are some suggested topic areas in there. Alternatively, why not google 'difficult interview questions' and you will be flooded with information.
6th November 2009 From India, Kochi
thanks alot sir as what u shared with us n im sry bt sir its not enugh i think this presntation shuld be mre infrmative as there are some other points also left n i thnk dey r mre highligted nowadays n 1 mre thing how to deal with such questions n wad shuld be accurate reply a candidate shuld give..........................bt thanks alot of making mre aware thnk u
7th November 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Mr. Ranjit
I agree with your presentation - would like to add a few points based on my own observation of students and applicants.
Low level of General Awareness,
Lack of Awareness of the Industry they represent
Lack of awareness about the organisation they are applying to and
in the case of young applicants their inability to connect/convert the content of their books into practical knowledge and
the lack of interest in learning a job in depth...
these are some of the gaps I have observed. The applicants are mainly interested in Designation, Promotion and Compensation.
regards
Jayadev
10th November 2009 From India, Bangalore
Indeed an effective and useful presentation. I’m a communication skills and English language trainer and hence found all tips useful. Thanks Regards Dipti
10th November 2009 From India, Pune
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