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Student’s Perspective 

Student’s Groundwork for facing an Interview

What the interviewer from  you ?

Consistency in Academics: 70% for Global companies and 65% for other Local companies. To clear all subjects in one go

Soft skills

  • Aptitude, Logical, Verbal reasoning Thorough preparation is a must as all companies adopt this screening test so that the student qualifies for the next selection process.
  • Communication & Interpersonal skills
  • Intelligence & focused
  • Enthusiasm
  • Leadership
  • High energy level
  • Problem solving & Creative thinking skills

Communication & Interpersonal skills

The ability to communicate effectively and get along with people of different type of people are qualities they look for in candidates. Employers want to know if students’ have the ability to organize their thoughts and ideas effectively.

  • Can they express their ideas clearly when speaking or writing?
  • Can they present their ideas to others persuasively?
  • Can the student bring out the best results of individuals so they become effective, enthusiastic members of a team?
  • Are they capable to tackle demanding situations and handle conflict?

Intelligence & Focused

Employers often use cut-off as a way of selecting less desirable candidates. To some, good grades indicate that the applicant is motivated and goal-oriented.

  • Does the student have the aptitude to understand the job assignment?
  • Is He/she able to learn quickly?
  • Can they contribute original ideas to the work being done?


It's not sufficient just to have the right qualifications; an employer needs to know that the student is willing to give 100 percent to his/her job. Interviewers are impressed by candidates who are alert, responsive and energetic.

  • Does the student express dynamism and competence to make things move ahead?
  • Can the student persist their work effort at an above average rate?


Employers need to know that the people they hire can expand and change as their companies do. Applicants who are receptive to new ideas and concepts are highly valued by employers.

  • Are they capable of changing and being receptive to new situations and ideas?
  • Can the student confront and deal with problems that may not have standard solutions?


Even in entry-level positions, most employers look for evidence of leadership qualities. Successful companies need self-starters who are not afraid to take responsibility for doing the best job possible.

  • Can he/she guide and direct others to attain the recognized objectives?
  • Are they someone who distinguish what needs to be done and is willing to do it?

High Energy Level

A candidate's willingness to work hard matters a great deal. Employers want to know that they are committed to devoting the prime hours of their day to the job.

  • Do they have the capacity to compete with others and the willingness to be measured by their performance in comparison to others?

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