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How To Have A Successful Interview

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How to Have a Successful Interview

They may ask to write a short story or frame a story 

They may give a comprehensive passage and ask questions from that passage

They may give a few pointers and ask to write an email based on those pointers so must know the format of a basic email


Tentatively asked questions

Tell me about yourself?

My name is Ravi (full name). I am born and brought up in  Hyderabad.   I just answered my Btech in ……

My Dad is a retired government employee

I like Amazon for it’s organised and proficient service as an eCommerce service provider

I like the corporate setup and  interacting with people that’s why I am applying for the post of the customer service representative

I enjoy technology

In my free time, I engage myself in art and painting

 What are your salary expectations?

I would go by the company norms

Will you do a night shift?


How soon can you join?

Within a week


How To Write Professional Email Messages


The primary recipient will come first

Cc – secondary recipient

Bcc – mention the email id of the person you don’t want others to see

  1. Subject title ( should be appropriate to the message you want to convey)


Regarding interview

Submitting documents

Thank you for the interview

  1. Greeting (should be followed by a comma)

Dear Sir/ Madam,   ( if you don’t know whether the person is male or female)

Dear Sir,

Dear Madam,

Dear Mr Reddy, ( never use Mr. or Mrs With the first name)

Example the person is Raghav Reddy

Address the person as Dear Mr Reddy,

Do not address a lady as Mrs If you are not sure she is married. You can address her as Ms.

Example –  Swetha Reddy

Dear Ms Reddy,

  1. Sentences to begin the email.


I am writing to you to mention about ….

I am writing to bring to your notice that ……

I am writing to thank you for the interview…

I am writing to you regarding the interview last week…

  1. Concluding the letter first part


Request – I request you to kindly look into the matter at the earliest

Apology – once again I apologize for the delay

Thanking  - once again I thank you for this great opportunity

  1. Concluding the letter second part

I appreciate your cooperation in this matter and look forward to your response

  1. final greeting


Raghav Reddy

(sincerely should be followed by a comma)


Question – you had an interview last week, you did not submit the necessary certificates to HR on Monday but for some reason, you want to submit on Thursday


Subject – delay in submitting documents

Dear Sir/ Madam,

I am writing to you regarding the submission of my certificates. First of all, I would like to thank you for the opportunity. I apologize for not submitting the certificates on Monday. I had to urgently go to my hometown to collect some important documents so I was not able to come to your office.

I will be there definitely on Thursday.

I appreciate your co-operation in this matter.


Swetha Reddy


Group Discussion Tips and Rules to Succeed


For any group discussion, we have first divided into four parts. The first paragraph would be what the subject actually means, two – it’s good points, three – it’s bad points and finally would your personal opinion.

For example the topic is – Caste system in India


  1. Describe what the subject means – caste system in India is a system where people are divided into groups and subgroups depending on their karma, which is the work they have done and dharma, which is the religion.
  2. Mention the good points or strong points above the subject in the second paragraph – In the divisions and the subdivisions the caste system is divided in, the advantage is the people of the community stay united and support each other.
  3. Mention weak points if the subject has any. Most subjects will have a good point and a bad point or pros and cons as we call them. – The bad point about the caste system is that people are divided, it can create disunity, arguments and discrimination
  4. In conclusion, you can give your personal opinion – in my opinion, the caste system is not really a good system, India is a developing country, Indians are now getting recognized for their work and skills. Business in India is growing and so India is on a global map. The divisions like caste system should not be a hindering factor to India’s unity, integrity and development.


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