An exclusive webinar was held for Vi Customers by Radha, a Cambridge Certified English Trainer who has been teaching since the last 5 years. In this webinar, she gives tips on how to speak in English well to crack your next interview.
Firstly, she begins by explaining the benefits of learning the English language for your career, which include:
- Zyada Career Options
- Apko zyada salary dila sakti hain
- Bade shehar mein/abroad main naukri
- Naye logon se connections
- Interview clear karne main asaani
Additionally, she provides you with the most frequently asked questions that apply to most industries with their sample answers to help prepare you for your interview, such as:
Question 1: Tell me about yourself
After greeting and introducing yourself, the next thing an interviewer will probably ask you to do is talk about yourself.
Now, this might seem easy for you – you’ve practiced it in your English class so much, but they don’t want to hear every single detail. But instead, they want to know about you related to the job you’re applying for.
I graduated with a degree in B.Ca. I chose this field as I have always been interested in applications and have heard about several opportunities from family and friends. During my final year, I got into an internship which helped me understand better, and now I’m looking for a full-time job.
Question 2: What are your strengths?
When your interviewer asks you this question, they want to know all your positive qualities. These positive qualities must relate to what they want and are looking for.
So before you head into your interview, research what kind of person suits this job, especially if you’re a newbie (new) and entering the workforce for the first time.
I consider myself to be a team player. I work well with others. I was well organized and adhered to all my tasks at my previous job with many deadlines.
Question 3: What are your weaknesses?
Everyone has weaknesses, but what they’re checking for here is how you try to fix your weaknesses, and they also want to know how self-aware (how much you know about yourself) you are.
I am improving my time-management skills because I believe in trying my best; I can be a bit slower. So now, I list all my duties and organize my deadlines to have a clearer idea of what I need to do first and in a stipulated time.
Question 4: Why do you want to work here?
Your employer wants to know you are passionate about their products, services, missions, or brands. Check out their website, and then you can use that as a reference to discuss your passion for the company’s values.
Working with other engaged individuals towards a common goal excites me most about working here. I read your company’s mission and vision. After learning more about your company from social media, I can see how my goals align with the company’s purposes.
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