Hi All,
Would request to all if you could provide me details of skills require to clear an interview of a big company, my nephew is in his final year of MTech, he along with his other friends would like to know the details of technique require and what all questions may be asked during an interview.
Please help.
Warm regards
Niraj Johri

From India, Gurgaon
It should be relatively straight forward to work out some of the questions that may be asked by studying the position description for the job your nephew is applying for.
They will be looking for a person with particular skills and attributes which should be detailed on the PD.

From Australia, Melbourne
Dear John, greeting of the day!!! I saw your previous posts regarding guide lines for resume. here I am attaching my resume,Plz go through it and guide for improvement.
From India, Pune

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Dear Friends

John and krupa nice to see ur replies on my computer screen.first of all john thanks again for showing kindness to view my resume again and also give your precious views to make it more effective.I personally tell you that i also feel those mistake after attached the resume.Bullets and numbers i know there is some requirement to polish it again but i also wanted to tell you one more thing that when i was attached my c.v. there is inbuilt a formatting problem after attach any file in my side....

Ya you are right i think there is no need to give the name of company secretary only the word company secretary is sufficient.I just wanted to give the reference of the person that i have worked under that person who is a renown person in this area.But m also satisfy by your view and i'll delete the name.

Apart from it, if there is any discrepancy in my C.V. please do let me know again that will help me to polish my resume and make it more effective..

And at last Mr. krupa for ur kind information m not the HR person m the person from secretarial and legal department so i cant help you out in a better way... John tells you some suggestion i think his suggestion really very helpful as per my opinion....if u want any help from the point of view of secretarial and legal do let me inform i'll try my best to sort out your problem.........



From India, Chandigarh
m feelng bit bore right now just wanted to have some chat with you if u free.......... if not better luck next time......... Sahil
From India, Chandigarh
Hiiiiii sir,
Thanq somuch for answering to my queries. Actually here i dont have an HR manager,am the only person who has to take care of all the HR process.But still as u said i will definitely read all the HR stuffs which is their in this site. Once again thanq sooo much. i will get back to you for my further queries if any. take care.

From India
Good evening dear seniors....... I convey my whole hearted regards to John sir and sahil sir....... thanx a llot pls keep in touch. Regards, Krupa ,Mysore
From India
Hi Niraj,

"Interview" this word sounds tough/hectic/difficult situations!!!!!!!!!! but believe me it is not such a difficult task as everybody predetermined about an interview.Interviewee should be confident and have full or almost all knowledge of the field in which he appears for interview.He dressed in a formal manner which is the key dress code of every business organization.He shall communicate with the interviewer either English or Hindi in which he feel comfortable rather than he interact with the interviewer in English in which he is not quite comfortable that gives such a bad impression on the interviewer.I know these are the foundation upon which the heavy terms of an interview based on...... So these basic terms have very much importance for preparation of an interview by an interviewee.

First of all, take the interviewer's permission to "get in" of his room and greet him in a good and sensible manner give him your introduction and if you have any work experience do let him know if in that organization your presence more than one or more years that shows your stability in an organization this would be helpful to impress him that you are such a stable candidate.

Always speak after when the interviewer finish his talk or finish his question don't try to interrupt him in the half talk that gives a bad impression and may show your immaturity so always put your question or answer his qus when the interviewer finish his talk.

This is some of the basic requirement for an interview i think this is not full use of yours but may be gives you a short but helpful direction i must say......
For any technical advice there is person named john from Australia you can send your quarry to him......

Keep in touch!!!!!!!!!!


From India, Chandigarh

Your resume looks ok.

I would divide your objective into two parts, Objective and Personal Statement (or whatever heading you feel comfortable with). Your objective is bascially the first sentence. The rest is not. Objectives should be short and sweet, no rambling.

Reverse the order of the positions in your current job, ie, March 2010 to Current Date should be first, and work backwards. Don't make employers hunt for information, ie what you are doing right now.

Mar 2010 to Current, move the job description down under the dates to match the others.

Move your Strengths up to the first page and separate them out, some you have joined different things together into one.

ie, Good Interpersonal skills-Good communicator,Leadership,high integrity. Maybe change that to 3 strengths:

- Good communication and interpersonal skills

- Leadership

- High integrity

Watch the use of Capital letters, you need to be consistent or it looks messy.

The other things are more style, layout etc.

Use a larger font size for your name at the top. Your name is important!

Go through and check carefully spaces after commas etc. Some of it is not quite right. In Word you can Click on the Show/Hide Paragraph Button and you will see all the spaces, etc., where you have forgotten to put a space, or put one in the wrong place, eg after an open bracket instead of in front.

The line spacing on the duties for Oct 2007-Mar2009 and the overall Oct 2007 to Date is different to the rest of your resume.. It needs to consistent.

Your email and contact numbers, use tabs not spaces to line them up or they will not print correctly.

It often helps to print the resume out and then read it thru line by line with a piece of paper so you only see one line at a time. Make sure everything lines up correctly and that you have a consistent style.

I know this is picky but you need to make a good impression.

I have received resumes from people who write that one of their strengths is attention to detail, well, when I see all the silly mistakes in their resumes, then I fail them straight away. All they have done is prove to me that they have NO attention to detail.

Good luck with your job search.

From Australia, Melbourne
Thanks John, here I am attaching updated resume according you suggestions.plz check and reply. once again thank you very much.
From India, Pune

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