The ‘INTERVIEW PORTAL’ by IBPS’s attempts to bridge the gap between written examination and final selection and it would prove to be a panacea for the students preparing for interview of all competitive examinations. This PORTAL covers all the aspects of interview including definition of personality, types of personality, types of interview, their techniques, how to prepare for interview and minute details of interview have been lucidly presented in the portal and includes all the information related to interview It gives a great sense of pleasure that this compilation has come from our institute which has been a guiding light for the students, for the last many years. IBPS has had a pertinacious character and tenacity of purpose to provide guidance to the students to succeed at each step, in the selection process. This PORTAL is a manifestation of its sense of duty and desire for excellence with utmost humility. I salute Institute’s efforts because its unrelenting efforts have finally borne fruits.
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An interview is a conversation where questions are asked and answers are given. In common parlance, the word "interview" refers to a one-on-one conversation with one person acting in the role of the interviewer and the other in the role of the interviewee. The interviewer asks questions, the interviewee responds, with participants taking turns talking. Interviews usually involve a transfer of information from interviewee to interviewer, which is usually the primary purpose of the interview, although information transfers can happen in both directions simultaneously. One can contrast an interview which involves bi-directional communication with a one-way flow of information, such as a speech or oration.
Interviews usually take place face-to-face and in person, although modern communications technologies such as the Internet have enabled conversations to happen in which parties are separated geographically, such as with videoconferencing software,and of coursetelephone interviews can happen without visual contact. Interviews almost always involve spoken conversation between two or more parties, although in some instances a "conversation" can happen between two persons who type questions and answers back and forth. Interviews can range from unstructured or free-wheeling and open-ended conversations in which there is no predetermined plan with prearranged questions, to highly structured conversations in which specific questions occur in a specified order. They can follow diverse formats; for example, in a ladder interview, a respondent's answers typically guide subsequent interviews, with the object being to explore a respondent's subconscious motives Typically the interviewer has some way of recording the information that is gleaned from the interviewee, often by writing with a pencil and paper, sometimes transcribing with a video audio recorder, depending on the context and extent of information and the length of the interview. Interviews have a duration in time, in the sense that the interview has a beginning and an ending
The telephone rings. It’s for you. An unknown voice provides an introduction and begins a conversation. “I’m pleased to tell you that after reviewing what seems to be at least a hundred applications you are one of those selected to be interviewed.” Is this a moment of excitement or a moment of panic for you? The following ideas are designed to help you be a more successful interviewee.
An interview is a two-way exchange, a conversation, in which both participants have some goals. The Interviewer wants to determine: Can the candidate do the job? Will the candidate fit in? • Is this the best candidate for the position? The Interviewee wants to determine: Do I want this job? Can I do this job? Does this job offer me the opportunities I want for advancement or experience?