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TULI COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT NAGPUR ORGANISED the session on Interview Techniques under capacity building  .From past 4 years we are organising the Capacity Building Program to develop the professionalism in students.
The session was conducted on 5th Feb 2022 by Dr. Anita Rao . Accomplished Entrepreneur and management professional with strong leadership skills backed with excellent career credentials of over two decades delivering excellence.
Corporate certified faculty for Soft skills, Skill Development, delivering cutting-edge presentations and sessions for several prime Organizations. Management expert, presenting papers and articles in major Newspaper publications and International conferences.
Successfully completed the ‘Enhancing Soft Skills & Personality Development ‘course conducted by NPTEL- IIT Kanpur in April 2019.Scored 90% marks and was among the 5% All India Toppers

Awarded PhD in ‘Study of the Emergence of Entrepreneurship with a special reference to the ‘Opportunities and Challenges of the Start-up Ecosystem’ in Nagpur Urban Area since 2010’.
She explained how an interviewee should be During An Interview

  • Introduce yourself in a courteous manner.
  • Have a firm handshake.
  • Act professionally: Dress appropriately! ...
  • Keep your answers brief and concise.
  • Ask questions.
  • Maintain a conversational flow.
  • Smile, nod, give nonverbal feedback to the interviewer.
  • Be enthusiastic: have a positive attitude.

Major techniques of interview
The various techniques of interview structure include phone interviews, one-on-one interviews, group interviews and panel interviews. Phone interviews are used primarily as a screening tool. Interviewers use them to check salary requirements, clarify items on the resumé and ask about any gaps in employment.

Here we will share with you 6 creative ways to take away the formality of the interview.

  • Relax. ...
  • Body Language. ...
  • Tell a Personal Story. ...
  • Ask a question that has nothing to do with the interview. ...
  • Humor. ...
  • Be Professional and Personal.

Your Ultimate Guide to Answering the Most Common Interview Questions

  • Tell Me About Yourself.
  • How Did You Hear About This Position?
  • Why Do You Want to Work at This Company?
  • Why Do You Want This Job?
  • Why Should We Hire You?
  • What Can You Bring to the Company?
  • What Are Your Greatest Strengths?
  • What attracted you to apply for this position? ...
  • What steps do you take when making decisions? ...
  • What has your typical role on a team been? ...
  • How would your colleagues describe you? ...
  • What motivates you to work? ...
  • Name a work accomplishment that makes you proud?

How to end an interview

  • Ask specific and well-thought-out questions about the position and company.
  • Reiterate your qualifications for the job.
  • Inquire if the interviewer requires any additional information or documentation.
  • Address any issues.
  • Restate your interest in the position.

The  PURPOSE OF THE INTERVIEW Techniques session was to incorporate the techniques and conversation in which you and an employer exchange information. Your objective is to get an offer of a job, and the employer's objective is to find out the following: What you have to offer (your skills, abilities, basic knowledge).
An important interview skill is the ability to connect the role requirements with your experience—professional or personal. Not only does this give the hiring manager a chance to get to know you but also allows you to become more comfortable with the idea of an interview.