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Raj Thackersey
most important attitude
by Raj Thackersey on Oct 23, 2012 12:28 AM


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Communal Award
"Who's right doesn't matter, who has the power does" --
by Communal Award on Oct 19, 2012 08:10 PM


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there are no right or wrong answers
by Rajnish on Oct 19, 2012 04:47 PM

what if somebody actually does not have a role model and take bits from many people? or why should one retell the cv. tell me about yourself is a chance to tell things that you want to tell but do not mention in the CV and the recruiter is not likely to ask. its always the first question and a great chance to show your confidence and make the interview interesting. there are no wright and wrong answers. just be confident, cheerful and well prepared about the company.

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abc_xyz abc_xyz
by abc_xyz abc_xyz on Oct 19, 2012 03:53 PM  | Hide replies

Well..this has been the longest dicussed, debated subject in the world. 'How to face Job interview?'...and it keeps changing from time to time. This article looks to me, obsoltete. In today's competitive world, only 1 thing matters to clear an interview - 'Subject Expertise'. If you are good at work and have demonstrated praisworthy stuff in the past, you would automatically be IN, provided you dont reject the offer. And all those communication skills, ethics, values, attitude and stuff take the backrunner. If you aren't good at your subject, no matter what personality you hold, you invariable will be shown the door. This is reality.

May be this article might be useful to freshers hunting for their 1st job..not for the experieced community.

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Re: d
by manish on Oct 26, 2012 10:14 AM
the packaging makes a impression but it is the stuff quality that really matters!
i think it depends on the job profile. what you say is more appropriate for technical jobs.
but for example take a job like teaching kids,even if you are a wikipedia of your subject it does not neccesarily means you would be a great teacher. when your job involves more of working with humans soft skill really matter.

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Hopping from Hope
by anand on Oct 19, 2012 01:49 PM  | Hide replies

Although the tips for job interviews are eternal, anticipation of these questions is out of place now-a-days. Sincere answer and real reasons will fit the right candidate in the right place.

Having read the CV, interviewers can measure a candidate about his capabality. If a candidate has changed job 3-4 times during 5 years, the negativity is not in company.. Interviewer knows it.
Give real reasons such as timimg, salary not in time, better prospects for reason for leaving job. Your failure in college or school exam has no relevance in the interview. Be sincere.. dont overestimate and underestimate yourself. Interviewers like me, do fathom the candidate by his/her way of walking and so far we were right in judging him/her.

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Raj Thackersey
Re: Hopping from Hope
by Raj Thackersey on Oct 23, 2012 12:25 AM
In the past 9 years I have changed 8 jobs, so far not one company has rejected me for this reason

When your skills are so niche, the company has to decide between having someone longterm or getting value out of short term

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subject knowledge must
by BAJRANG HADVALE on Oct 19, 2012 01:31 PM

no amount of experience can be used as an excuse for not having indepth subject knowledge.

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subject knowledge from a well experieced persion
by Mohsin on Oct 19, 2012 11:54 AM  | Hide replies

from 5-10 years exp person also some ideat ask about subjects in depth like they are comming out of collage and then they respond that you need to brush up your subject knowledge

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abc_xyz abc_xyz
Re: subject knowledge from a well experieced persion
by abc_xyz abc_xyz on Oct 19, 2012 03:49 PM
Couldn't understand at all?? Do you write something just for sake of it or you really want to say something?

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TejinderSingh Hanspal
Wrong Title
by TejinderSingh Hanspal on Oct 19, 2012 11:47 AM

Correct Title should be, "How to face most asked Job Interview Questions."

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