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INTERVIEW TIPS FOR FRESHERS
 
 
Fresher’s…fresher’s…fresher’s……..! Do you think this as a problem? from now, this is not going to be a  problem anymore.
Everybody feel, fresher’s stage is the difficult stage to sustain in the present markets. because where ever we go to take up an opportunity generally we come across a renowned question-Do you have any experience? But according to me a fresher is a bright and clever, not dull or faded having the reinvigorated approach to work.
Everything is in the hands of an individual, in order to make his initial life colorful. Its all about your  approach to interviews. One has to be positive, convincing and self assured in the interview.
interview tips for freshers
interview tips for freshers
Following are some of the tips to crack interviews,
* Before going to an interview, Interviewee has to think from the interviewer point of view. With this one can have a rough idea regarding the expectations of the interviewer.
* Prepare a good resume, because it reflects the interviewee.
* Wear formal shirt( wear pleasant color shirts), trousers and shoes, if requires wear a tie. Wearing formal dress will give you a professional look. Which going to imbibe confidence in you.
* Be Punctual to the interview, this always makes a good impression.
* Carry all certificates related to academics and also extracurricular activities.
* Do Extensive research on the company. Well-informed is well begun. So show the initiative of knowing about the company and ask relevant questions to create a good impression of you being seriously interested in working for the company.
* You Should be confident on subject knowledge.
* Follow some of the essential etiquettes like, Knock before entering the interviewer’s cabin and ask for permission to enter. Generally one must wait to be asked to sit instead of going straight ahead and sitting. If you are carrying a bag, it should be kept on the floor beside your chair. Sit comfortably but with your back straight and hands on your lap.
* Create impression that you are dynamic in work, and open for learning. It is a very good sign for convincing the interviewer
* Ask relevant and focused questions to learn more about the company and the entry level job. This will prove your interest to the employer. And career opportunities with the company.
* Listen carefully and then answer, Don’t rush up with your answers even before the question is uttered fully. Listen carefully and Give answers with tension free mind you may even request clarification on the question if you really want.
* Try to be cool and calm,
* Do not discuss about the pay, unless the interviewer asks.
* During the interview the interviewee should put the smiling face as employers always like people with vibrant personalities. Give shake hand in a firm way. Also maintain eye to eye contact with the interviewers while talking. thank the interviewer when the process comes to an end.
Above are some of the tips to be followed for an effective interview. Apart from this you must prepare yourself beforehand for describing yourself in an interview. You can overcome your hesitation by practicing yourself to the employer while standing in front of a mirror.
 
TYPICAL QUESTIONS THAT AN INTERVIEWER WOULD ASK

1.Tell me about yourself
The most often asked question in interviews. You need to have a short statement prepared in your mind. Be careful that it does not sound rehearsed. Limit it to work/Study-related items unless instructed otherwise. Talk about things you have done well at your college and how you wanted to perform in the first job.
 
2. Why Should We Employ You?
For this question, your answer should list out strengths that you feel are relevant to the job. Given below are some answers which could help you with your answers. However, structure them to suit your requirements.
I have good co-ordination skills
Good analytical skills
I can persuade people to see my point of view, and get the work done
My greatest asset is my ability to motivate people
Even during emergencies, I do not loose my cool
I have good entrepreneurial skills
I have consistently met my deadlines and targets
Can say “no” to people when required to do so!
I am very co-operative with my sub-ordinates, and would like to see them grow
I am a good team player
I am very flexible, and have the ability to work hard under difficult work conditions
I have the experience and knowledge relevant to this job (Here, give appropriate details and examples)
 
3. Do You Have Offers From Other Companies ?
This is of course a difficult question to answer. Obviously, you must have applied to other companies if you are looking for a job or would have some offers from other companies already. Therefore, do not lie that you have not. However, you are on thin ice here! The interviewer could be checking your honesty. On the other hand, he/she may also be trying to find out how focused you are - are you applying randomly, or is there a well-planned strategy?
Whatever your answer, it should match your career goals.

4. What Salary Are You Expecting?
Try not to get into salary details early in the interview. If pressed, you could say that it all depends on the job, and would like to talk about it after a job offer. Say this in a convincing tone. In case you are asked this question in your latter interviews, give a direct answer. Do not sound apologetic while quoting the figure you have in mind.
 
SALARY EXPECTATIONS :

1. How much do you expect?
If you have done your homework, you would know how much other people in similar jobs are paid. Quote the range upfront.
2. How much do you think you are worth?
Work out how much you should be paid, given the market value of the job and your skills. If you can bring some extra skills to the table, do not hesitate to ask for more than the market value.
3. What kind of a culture are you comfortable with?
It is better to be frank about your preferences. Your interviewer will get a clear idea about your expectations.
4. Which is more important to you-salary, perks or growth opportunities?
This one will reveal the real you. So be sure what you are going to say. Above all, be true to yourself. If you think this is a negotiation move, then say clearly that you will never sell yourself short.
5. What do you know about our company?
Do not give your opinions about the company. Stick to reported facts that you have gathered from newspapers and so on. Talk about the product portfolio, size, income, and market perceptions of the company. Also it is better to refer details about each company before going for the interview from Freshersworld.com or PlacementWeek.com
6. Why should we choose you over someone else?
Talk clearly about problems that you have solved in your College/Project Team and highlight the quality required.
6. Your qualifications are excellent, but you may be overqualified for the position we have to offer?
Point out that more experience can never be a drawback. If you are multi-skilled, then highlight the fact that a company on the fast-track needs multi-skilled people. It needs people within different departments to work together. Also emphasise that the company's future growth will be an exponential function of your experience.
 
QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK :

Interviewers usually round off by giving you an opportunity to ask questions. Treat it like a welcome opportunity.
You could ask questions like.
a) Tell me about your company.
b) Now that I have outlined my career goals, do you think you can offer me the opportunities I need?
c) What kind of training and learning can I expect in your company?
d) Describe the work culture and the management style of your company?
e) What is the long-term vision of your company?
As a fresher, current position and status can impact the way you are interviewed. Fresh Out of College
The basis on which you will be judged is your academic background, family background, and interests.
If looking for your first job, ensure that your previous experience, even if it is part-time, is noticed.
Mention projects or responsibilities you may have undertaken. This will indicate your area of aptitude.
You should be willing to put in regular hours, in line with the company's policies. The interviewer needs to know whether you can be punctual and put in full-time work.
In case you have applied for the post of management trainee, you should display an ability to adapt, and indicate all-round interests. Moreover, you should have good interpersonal skills.
You should be enthusiastic to learn, and show commitment towards the organization, as the company will be spending a lot on your training.
 
Bring with you :
a) Copies of your resumes
b) References and letters of recommendations.
 
First Impressions :
There is a common saying that minds are made up within the first 5 minutes of an interview. So keep in mind these important first impression indicators. Walk in the door as if you already work there, carry yourself as though you feel perfectly comfortable with the situation. Arrive on time or a little early. In the waiting area, politely tell the receptionist who you are meeting and in a friendly way, ask where you should sit. Take slow, deep breaths to help you remain calm and focused. When introduced to the interviewer, have a firm, but not painful, handshake. Smile. Have good posture when sitting or standing. Introduce yourself in a relaxed, confident manner. Have a well-groomed, professional appearance. Project a feeling of confidence. Bring extra copies of your resume, some thing to write on and something to write with.