Generally Hr does not ask the candadates technical questions unti the HR himself is from the same field or knows the job in and out. so I cannot really help you with the techi side of it.
However whent is comes to non technical questions, HR aims to undestand the attitude and the make of the person. Common questions can be:
1)What are the challenges do you think your previous job involved and what was the satisfaction that your job gave you?
2)We are considering several candidates. What makes you unique?
3)What are your expectations of us as an employer?
4)Why should we hire you
5)Describe a time when you were faced with a difficult situation that demonstrated your ability to deal with it.
6)Tell us about a time when you had a number of conflicting priorities and were required to prioritise your tasks.
7)Give me an example of a time when you had to deal with a conflict with a work colleague or a customer.
8)Please tell me about a time, you had to make a quick decision.
9) Tell us about a situation where you wish you had acted differently with someone in a work situation. What happened? What did you do?
10)A co-worker has unfairly criticized your judgment several times, and has obviously been talking to others in the team about this. What would you do?
These questions are a mix of behavioural or situational questions. Moreover situational questions are appropriate for experienced candidates.
in technivcal profie generally knowledge and stability is tested. So the question smust be designed keeping in mind the job profile.
Knowledge part canbe trusted to the operations but HR needs to check on the stability issue.
I dont know what u want exactly so I have given u a brief outline of it. If u need any other clarification, i shall be glad to assist furter.
2nd June 2007 From India, Mumbai
2nd June 2007 From United States, Cambridge