Presentation on theme: "Bridge between you and your JOB… !!! CAMPUS RECRUITMENT CAMPUS RECRUITMENT."— Presentation transcript:
Bridge between you and your JOB… !!! CAMPUS RECRUITMENT CAMPUS RECRUITMENT
HDFC Introduction and Interview process HDFC Life is one of India’s leading private life insurance companies, offering a range of individual and group insurance solutions. A joint venture between Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC), India’s leading housing finance institution and Standard Life plc, the leading provider of financial services in the United Kingdom. For detailed information on HDFC, please visit the web site for HDFC Life mentioned below is the web link: http://www.hdfclife.com/ Interview process: Presentation by the Company HDFC Life Aptitude Test (HAT) Group Discussion Personal Interview
Ensure you are PREPARING… !!! 6 DAYS to go for Campus Recruitment CHECKLIST: Browse HDFC Life website Take aptitude test available on net Mock Interview Prepare CV & take printout Decide formal wear Bridge between you and your JOB… !!!
TIPS TO CRACK THE INTERVIEW Did You Know? Researchers say that within the first 20 seconds, employers will decide whether or not they want to hire you. Be sure you make a great first impression! Be Prepared! You only have 20 seconds to sell yourself! Before your Interview… Be certain of the time and place of the interview and names of the interviewers. Learn as much as you can about the company with which you are interviewing. Research its website and read any additional materials provided. Arrive 10-15 minutes early. Bring a pen and notebook with you as well as extra copies of your résumé. Prepare a list of questions you plan to ask the interviewers. Practice, Practice, Practice Ask Career Services professionals or a friend to conduct a “mock interview” with you. Develop answers to anticipated questions. Practice in front of a mirror or a video camera. COMMON QUESTIONS Tell me about yourself. What do you know about our company? Why do you want to work with us? Describe your strengths and your weaknesses. What are your short-term goals and long-term career goals? What can you contribute to our company? What kind of manager or work environment motivates you to do your best? What are your questions for us?
I don’t know anything about your company I’m going to need to take these days off I hated my last boss (If any) How long until I get a promotion? I don't have any weaknesses What does the job pay? (wait until you’re offered the position!) Dress to Impress Seven worst things to say in an interview: Seven worst things to say in an interview: Wear appropriate clothing— Formal wear for both men and women. Practice good hygiene – Smartly dressed. Be well groomed! Conservative is better: avoid gaudy jewellery, loud colors, heavy perfume, and bright nail polish. Make a strong first impression- use direct eye contact, offer a firm handshake, and remember to smile! Remember Be prepared to answer each question in terms of your qualifications for the job. Avoid sharing personal information. Relax and smile!