Don't be afraid of facing interviews and other people, as interview is the only way for getting a job and the field of HR is itself related to people. So, build-up confidence inside you and ready to face every thing. Try to be more social, it will help you a lot.
You may also go through the following threads. This will help you to understand the thing:
tips for interview
Hope this will help you. Best of Luck.
24th February 2014 From India, Delhi
You may not answerting the question in the interview at the righ sense.
do you have brothers or sisters abroad,
if you say \"yes\"
A locally opeting company may reject you, because it may fear that you leave the job after some time,
did you understand the logic behind this.
think and answer the questions in same way the interviewer expecting from you.
I am not HR person, But I teach HRM
24th February 2014 From India, Hyderabad
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25th February 2014 From India, Nellore
You say you have completed your MBA in 2011 & you haven't worked anywhere. That's a very long time gap. Other than the suggestions given by members, may I add a few points :-
a) I think you need to attend a counselling or seminar session for Confidence Building. That will form the basis of getting over your basic reasoning for fear. And practise, at home, at work, giving speeches, record your speech, listen to it. You will begin to notice whether you sound more confident from day 01.
b) Secondly, speak to maybe an elder or someone from your college or group who can teach you Interview Handling skills or alternate is again, join a course. Again team up with someone who will help you practise, record your Interview role play, hear how you sound and don't be shy to ask someone to correct you.
c) And Thirdly, you are just starting off and cant afford to be choosy of what you do. Initially start giving interviews at small firms like a proprietorship, get a job, learn skills, doesn't matter whether its recruitment/hr/admin. Just start off somewhere, gain a year's experience and then you can move to better altitude, larger organisation, more salary, etc. By then you would have gained confidence and experience and the Skills essential to handle a Job other than recruitment.
Most importantly, Don't procrastinate. Start making use of your HRM course by first - Making a to do of the steps you need to take to build from Pt a to c. and then give a deadline and start asap. Am sure we members can help if you tell us your daily feedback or you may seek out a member who you think can help guide your progress.
Best of Luck!
25th February 2014 From India, Mumbai
#AnonymousHello Bulla Kranthi Kumar,I am looking for HR job in Delhi location please let me know if u have any opening for this location.
25th February 2014 From India, New Delhi