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332 Questions
Job Interviews
Speech Writing
Indian Institute of Management IIM

How should you introduce yourself in an interview?

Your self-introduction in an interview is an extremely important part of the entire time, especially if the job will be in management or sales.

You typically have about 20 or 30 seconds to introduce yourself. We call this 'the elevator speech'.

Eye contact is very important. You should engage, make eye contact, but not stare down or threaten the other person. The handshake is important, somewhat firm but not crushing. Posture is important. Remaining somewhat close, leaning slightly forward if distances permit, head up, shoulders balanced.

You should clearly say your name, what you do, what you would like to do, something that shows you know something about the business, and how you think you can help the person on the other side of the desk.

'My name is John Jones and I am an experienced problem solver for marketing departments. I know that you have an opening here in your West Coast Marketing Group, and I understand that you are concerned that your California advertising campaign is not producing as you expected. I have worked on several successful advertising campaigns and have had some great results in improving positioning. I know that I could step into this role and show you some progress from day one. Could I tell you more about what I have done?'

The elevator speech needs to be practiced and ready. You should be able to modify for circumstances. It should elicit interest in your portfolio, recommendations, CV or resume. It should not conflict with anything in your cover letter, application, or resume. It should not sound 'canned'; you have to be alive.

Some people suggest a point of humor or something more personal. Others suggest really emphasizing past success or business knowledge. You have to adapt the speech to your industry ... you can't make the same speech when interviewing for a counter job at Starbucks as you would be regional marketing manager for Ford.

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India Colleges and Universities
Health
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Where is M.B.B.S distance education in India?

Andhra Pradesh, a state in southeastern India, has more than 1,000 technical schools, colleges and universities. Medical college prepares students for careers as doctors, surgeons, nurses and other professions in the medical field. Schools are either government-run or privately funded by individuals and trusts.

Students at Andhra Medical College study within 34 departments, including orthopedics, dermatology, physiology and general medicine. All undergraduate students are required to complete a one-year internship that includes three months working at a teaching hospital and rotations in medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics and others.

The campus regularly holds blood drives and charity events to get students involved with the local community.

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Job Interviews
Job Applications
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How do you introduce yourself at a job interview?

Answer:

"Hello. My name is [name]." "How are you today?"

Answer:

Introducing yourself is about your first chance to say something that will make you memorable to the interviewer. You've got about 20 seconds before you are either on the "good" or "bad" list, so make every one of them count. Be prepared to be under observation all the time that you are at the office/interview. Even the secretary/receptionist may be asked for an impression of you after you leave.

First off, have your cell phone turned off. A call in the middle of the interviewer's meeting with you can ruin your chances.

Do not be sitting down as you wait for the interviewer. Nothing is worse for your image than having to struggle out of a chair. There is usually something to stand up and look at -- art, a display of company literature, a window.

When the interviewer approaches you or has you brought into his room, he will usually introduce himself first and make a movement to shake hands. This is your script:

  • Look him in the face with a slight smile. (Practice in the mirror. Ask friends for technique comments)
  • Shake the offered hand (You should practice this common action with friends, asking their impression of your technique. A poor handshake is a real turn-off.)
  • Repeat his name (Hello, Mr. Smith! A pleasure to meet you!) in a manner that says, first off, you are pleased to meet him and secondly, that you are repeating his name to lock it into your memory
  • Then say this (substituting your own information) -- "I'm Gregory Harper Jones, but my friends all call me Greg!" This sentence ensures he knows your name, but also lets him become a bit "closer" to you as it will inevitably lead to him using the name that is used by "your friends" putting him (in his mind) into that category.
  • Then, do not sit down until invited to do so. You are a guest on his turf and should not take any "I'm in control" actions.

Next actions:

  • Small talk to break the ice
  • Getting down to the interview
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How do you introduce yourself when you go to a job interview?

Introducing yourself is about your first chance to say something that will make you memorable to the interviewer. You've got about 20 seconds before you are either on the "good" or "bad" list so make every one of them count.

First off, have your cell phone turned off. A call in the middle of the interviewer's meeting with you can ruin your chances.

Do not be sit down as you wait for the interviewer. Nothing is worse for your image than having to struggle out of a chair. There is usually something to stand up and look at - art, a display of company literature, a window.

When the interviewer approaches you or has you brought into his room he will usually introduce himself first and make a movement to shake hands. This is your script:

  • Look him in the face with a slight smile. (Practice in mirror. Ask friends for technique comments)
  • Shake the offered hand (You should practice this common action with friends asking their impression of your technique. A poor handshake is a real turn-off.)
  • Repeat his name (Hello Mr. Smith! A pleasure to meet you!) in a manner that says, first off,you are pleased to meet him and secondly, that you are repeating his name to lock it into your memory
  • Then say this (substituting your own information) - "I'm Gregory Harper Smith, but my friends all call me Greg!". This sentence ensures he knows your name, but also lets him become a bit "closer" to you as it will inevitably lead to him using the name that is used by "your friends" putting him (in his mind) into that category.
  • Then, do not sit down until invited to do so. You are guest on his turf and should not take any "I'm in control" actions.

Next actions:

  • Small talk to break the ice
  • Getting down to the intervirew

    First impressions are everything

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Job Interviews
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How do you introduce yourself in telephonic interview?

na peru shive,

nenu baga chaduvukunnau.

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New Delhi
HSC Maharashtra Board
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Is all All India board of secondary education Delhi is recognised board?

Yes its Recognized only for 10+2 (Senior Secondary Education), Not for Diploma/Polytechnics

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History of Science
Management and Supervision
Bachelor of Business Management BBM
Indian Institute of Management IIM

Define scientific management theory?

Scientific Management Theory is a theory of management concerned with the physical efficiency of an individual worker. The main objective was to improve economic efficiency and labor productivity. They wanted to be fair to the workers for a days work. To explain how the individual's motivation works strictly as a function of economic reward. :)

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Technology
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University JNTU
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Names for a fest?

fiesta,high-flight

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What is the tagline of IIM?

Tejasvi Navaditmastu (Sanskrit)

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Chipmunks and Squirrels
Chickenpox
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How many speceis of chipmunk are there?

Chipmunk is the common name for any small rodent species in the family Sciuruidae of the genus Tamias. There are species in total that fall under this name, all native to north America, accept one that is found in Eurasia. These species are:

  • Alpine Chipmunk (Tamias alpinus)
  • Yellow-pine Chipmunk (Tamias amoenus)
  • Buller's Chipmunk (Tamias bulleri)
  • Gray-footed Chipmunk (Tamias canipes)
  • Gray-collared Chipmunk (Tamias cinereicollis)
  • Cliff Chipmunk (Tamias dorsalis)
  • Merriam's Chipmunk (Tamias merriami)
  • Least Chipmunk (Tamias minimus)
  • California Chipmunk (Tamias obscurus)
  • Yellow-cheeked Chipmunk (Tamias ochrogenys)
  • Palmer's Chipmunk (Tamias palmeri)
  • Panamint Chipmunk (Tamias panamintinus)
  • Long-eared Chipmunk (Tamias quadrimaculatus)
  • Colorado Chipmunk (Tamias quadrivittatus)
  • Red-tailed Chipmunk (Tamias ruficaudus)
  • Hopi Chipmunk (Tamias rufus)
  • Allen's Chipmunk (Tamias senex)
  • Siberian Chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus)
  • Siskiyou Chipmunk (Tamias siskiyou)
  • Sonoma Chipmunk (Tamias sonomae)
  • Lodgepole Chipmunk (Tamias speciosus)
  • Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)
  • Townsend's Chipmunk (Tamias townsendii)
  • Uinta Chipmunk (Tamias umbrinus)
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Industrial Engineering
Essays
Research Papers
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What are the characteristics of a 2 x 2 experimental design?

A 2 x 2 experimental design involves manipulating 2 factors that you are interested in, with 2 levels of each variable. For example, you may want to see the effects of both level of caffeine (factor 1) and difficulty of test (factor 2) on test performance. Thus, for factor 1 - caffeine level, you may have high amount of caffeine (factor 1 level 1), and low amount of caffeine (factor 1 level 2). For factor 2 - difficulty of test, you may have a difficult test (factor 2 level 1), and an easy test (factor 2 level 2). Then you randomly assign individuals to one of the four conditions in your experiment. In this example case the conditions would be: 1. Low caffeine, difficult test 2. High caffeine, difficult test 3. Low caffeine, easy test 4. High caffeine, easy test Then, to analyze your data, you would conduct a factorial ANOVA using SPSS or by hand if you so desire.

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Bachelor of Computer Applications BCA
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Is BCA graduate after B. Ed is eligible for vishist btc primary teacher?

i am doing this time b.c.a. and after i am do the b.ed.

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Computer Hardware
Indian Institute of Management IIM
Simple Machines (engineering)
Pulleys

How many types of multiplexer?

i think there are about 632

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Business & Finance
Management and Supervision
Bachelor of Business Management BBM
Indian Institute of Management IIM

What is management theory?

Management theory can be regarded as the collection of ideas which set forth general rules on how to manage a business. It actually addresses the managers and supervisors relation with the organization's knowledge and its goals. Its implementation require the accomplishment of the goals and the motivation of the employees to perform at higher standard.

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Education
Pune
Indian Institute of Management IIM
University of Pune
Masters of Business Administration MBA

What is the MBA fees for symbiosis-pune?

20000

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Home Electricity
Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Management IIM

What are the types of electrical earthing with respect to Electrodes?

Electrical earthing is classified into many types as

Neutral earthing

Body earthing

Pipe earthing

Plate earthing

Chemical earthing

Ground Compound Earthing

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Home Electricity
Central Powers
Adolf Hitler
Indian Institute of Management IIM

What is motive power?

A motive power is how hard you try

The power motive is conceived as a desire to acquire

status and have an impact on others, thus affecting their

behavior and emotions (Winter, 1992). In the more general

meaning of the term, it is identified with a factor that is

fundamental to the conception of leadership, namely the

motivation to acquire and to exert social influence, so that

possessing a certain amount of power would appear to be

a necessary requirement to be an effective leader. The main

roles played by managers (convincing others, getting them

to commit themselves, motivating them, etc.) involve

exerting some sort of social influence, so a strong power

motive encourages and sustains social influence behavior

for members to participate and integrate within a common

undertaking

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Anna University
Indian Institute of Management IIM
Masters of Business Administration MBA

You want all question paper of MBA 3rd sem of uttrakhand technical university?

for idea exam prepar

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Indian Institute of Management IIM

What is Environmental Opportunity Threat Profile?

Environmental Threats and Opportunities Profile (ETOP) analysis is a device that considers environmental information and determines the relative impact of threats and oppertunities for the systematic evaluation of yhe environmental scanning. This analysis divides the environmental into different sactor and then analysing their affect of each sactor on the organization. In this analysis various invironmental factors and their affect on future are depicted.

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Job Interviews
Telephones
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How do you respond to 'Briefly introduce yourself' in a job interview?

Answer

Hi, my name is George Straight. I've been playing Guitar and singing all my life, it's all that I know. You can be assured that while playing guitar and singing songs I have gained quite a good reputation and I'm sure if I were to work in your club, you will be impressed with my work.

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Indiana University
Indian Institute of Management IIM

Recommendations of narasimham committee?

Narasimham committee in 1991 sugessted following recommendation

1. Opening of More Pvt. sector banks
2. Motivation foreign banks to expand their network by opening new branches.
3. Deregulation of RBI and Finance ministry of India. Making RBI as a regulator of all Banks and let Banks takes participation in equity market with govt. stake of 51%,
4. Regulation introduced by RBI include CAR, Asset classification ,NPA ratio
5. Corporate Governance : promoting customer relations and office culture
6. Asset Reconstruction for bringing down NPA in future
7. Risk Management
8. CDR
9. E-Banking and VRS

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Indian Institute of Management IIM
India

Top five toughest exam of India?

Top five toughest exams in India are as follows:-

1.CSE conducted by UPSC(there is no exam near this in terms of anything so don't try to change it just for the sake of giving your views)

2.IIT JEE(this indeed is second toughest as it's toughness level and number of candidates both are higher than CAT

3.CAT conducted by IIM's(CAT loses second spot from IIT JEE as application rating's used by IIM's as admission criterion has significantly lowered the repute of CAT)

4.AIIMS(this exam should be toughest in the world due to it's exclusivity as there are only 70 odd seats out of which 50% are reserved and this institute is at the apex of medical education in the country.hats off to all those general category students who clears this examination through such hard work)

On fifth spot there could be many like IES/ISS,SCRA conducted by UPSC.GATE and many others.Also exams to become officers in the forces like NDA,CDSE-their selection procedure is quite lengthy,thorough,english oriented and damn hard/

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University of Bombay Kalina Campus
Indian Institute of Management IIM

What are the Characteristics of a good research design?

  1. It is a series of guide posts to keep one going in the right direction.
  2. It reduces wastage of time and cost.
  3. It encourages co-ordination and effective organization.
  4. It is a tentative plan which undergoes modifications, as circumstances demand, when the study progresses, new aspects, new conditions and new relationships come to light and insight into the study deepens.
  5. It has to be geared to the availability of data and the cooperation of the informants.
  6. It has also to be kept within the manageable limits
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India
Java Programming
Forests
Indian Institute of Management IIM

What is the scope for IT in India?

Indian IT industry is the fastest growing IT industry in the world. Currently 4% of the world IT requirements are processed in India while China , the world's fastrest growing economy hold only meagre 0.7% of the world's IT pie. The is a lot of scope for IT in India.

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Sports
Ice Hockey
Field Hockey
Indian Institute of Management IIM

How many types of hockey is there?

# Field Hockey # Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors # Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. # Ice hockey # Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) # Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) # Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) # Unicycle Hockey # UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey # Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice # PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people # Underwater Hockey # Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands # Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey

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