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they would have mentioned some experiences in this company and would have mentioned something good, great or bad about the company. On the financial front look into the review reports, ratings provided by financial sites like Moneycontrol, Capital-Market, Business-Standard, Economic Times, Sharekhan, Yahoo Finance, Myiris, India Infoline etc. The recommendations from research houses like DSP Merril Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Sharekhan, Citigroup, Standard Chartered, ICICI Bank, Motilal Oswal, Karvy, Prabhudas Liladhar etc. would give the financial strengths and the business risks, market competitions faced by this company. Prepare answers for the standard questions: The most common question is "Tell me about yourself" and mostly the first or second question. Know yourself, both strengths and weaknesses . Be prepared to give what is essentially a commercial about you that highlights your qualifications and what you can do for the company. Remember that a interview should be looked as a conversation instead of a audition. So, don't just put all the facts as prepackaged lines. There’s nothing more awkward than being stumped, flustered, and speechless. The key is remaining calm and confident throughout the interview so that you may convince the employer that you are the best candidate. Prepare your own questions: Employers will be impressed if you ask them good, intelligent questions. Ask about work process, quality control, common challenges within the company and others. Don't ask any straight forward question like the roles and responsibilities, if they were already mentioned in the job description. Instead try to find out more details in each of the responsibilities mentioned and get some clarity. Demonstrate that you really want to understand the nature of your work so that you can function better in the organization. Look Good: Looking good doesn't mean you need to build up some muscles. Be well groomed when showing up for an interview. Get a haircut if you need one; Dpn't forget to iron clothes. Dress in formals, regardless of what you think the dress code of the workplace might be. If you’re a woman, wear moderate make-up, make sure your nails are manicured, and tone down the perfume. You don’t want to make the interviewer choke as he/she takes a whiff of your scent! Being punctual: Leave early so you will get to the office early. Don’t waste your interviewer’s time by showing up late. You need to step in to their office at least 5 or 10 minutes before the scheduled appointment. If there is any formalities of filling up some forms you can complete it before time. If you really want that job, you must demonstrate responsibility and be determined to keep appointments. There will not be any excuses for traffic jams, misinterpretation of address. Don't try to get into a situation which will make you nervous just before the interview.
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  • Fall '19
  • Requirements analysis, Business analyst

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