mukesh tank

How to present yourself & face professional Interviews...
Hello Friends,
I thank you all very much for comments and suggestions on my first ppt which I share regarding personal effectiveness and time management. This three hrs seminar on the same was huge success. My audience (CS Students) thoroughly enjoyed and believe me the session was afternoon one and audience had good lunch and with heavy eyes. My task was doubled first to pass my message and second to keep them awake. In this task I was able to keep them awake and fully interactive.
This is my second ppt aimed for three hrs session. The session was successful and audience (CS Students) were vey much benefited. There was lots of question answer session at the end which was to my satisfaction. Hope you will also enjoy.
Please give your suggestions and feedback to make my session more live and knowledge oriented.
CS Mukesh TANK

From India, Mumbai

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hi Dear all I an working in pvt ltd company. I want to change the job for that i am attending interviews also but my small doubt is when i face question like y u want 2 change the job means what could i say dear experts please let me know the good suitable answer it would be a greatful if any body suggest me

From India, Bangalore

Dear Mukesh
Thanks for sharing this document.
I want to continue further to the comments posted by the members.
Interview in today's scenario have leaped beyond the formal questions. A new practice has been indulged known as 'Lateral Thinking' along with few practices where, the candidates social networking websites like- Facebook, Orkut Etc are being monitored for the taste of the candidates lifestyle.
CV in fact are being monitored lesser and are more focused on the actual screening. CV's with Cover Letter are more preferable.

From India, Mumbai
mukesh tank

Hey if you are working for long term say 3-4 years you can say "I am with this company for 3-4 years all the things that were not in place are in place now. The system is working smooth. The challanges and oppertunities are exhausted. I am sailor of stom hence I feel uncomfortable in smooth ocean. Hence I am in search of some challenges in life. Hence wish to change for more exposure and challanges"
From India, Mumbai
mukesh tank

Thanks Sim for your inputs.... this I will cover while explaining the slides.... this is the main reasons to put this ppt on this platform. I want more inputs so that I can deliver the best to the students. Thanks for all your comments and suggestions - Mukesh TANK
From India, Mumbai

Here are few more comments from my side-
1. Never overestimate your competencies.
2. Never disclose your strength or weakness in the CV. This attributes needs to be performed or executed.
3. While mentioning references, do intimate the persons/entity about the interview schedule or at-least make them aware.
4. Instead of Career Objectives you can use the phrase- Career Synopsis. This can be initialized with the phrase - Award Wining Student in..................... < Could be sports or academic>
5. While mentioning the Job Experience details, start with the following sequence-
A. Company Name & Location.
B. Your Designation.
C. Duration.
D. Tasks & Responsibilites.
E. Major Highlights or Achievements.
F. Major Projects or Assignments.
Simmy Saini | Google, India.

From India, Mumbai
Suthanthira Selvan

Dear Mukesh, It is excellent. Thanks for Sharing. It will be more excellent, If you change the background theme and fond as professional. Warm Regards, Suthanthira Selvan
From India, Madras
dear mukkesh its really wonderfull yar, excellent, marvallous, tremendous, very nice, keep it up i hope this helps a lot to them who are in confusion stage regarding interview really thanks thanks very much keep continue ur valuable thoughts ok bye

From India, Bangalore
Hey mukesh
Its real nice one
hope people will impliment it.
Even i hve done a project on how to deliver training it contains body language as well
best luck
laxman kamble
HR Executive

From India, Mumbai

Good Morning Mukesh
Very nice presentation.
At times, we have noticed that job hoppers quite often lie with the interviewer wrt salary level. Howevr all your points are worth following.
Thank you.

From India, Mumbai

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