Thread Started by #arpan.satya

Dear all,
I want to know answers of some questions that are very common in interview i give answers of these Q's but i want to know if u were in my place. I am science graduate then i did llb and then mba.
1 where do you see yourself after 5 years from now?
2 Why have you done mba in hr?
3 Why have you done BSc then llb and then mba hr?
4 Why are you leaving your company?
5 What is your ultimate aim of life?
If my ultimate aim is not related with my career
21st April 2009 From India , New Delhi
Hi Satya
You need to have a clear picture about ur career in ur mind. nobody is perfect, we need to make the situation in our favor and go ahead... based on that u need to answer these questions and shd be able to convince the interviewer.. u can say
1 I will be playing a key role in the company in the area of hr or heading my dept (llb or hr).
2 I am compassionate and interested in human relations and development
3 Bsc was my regular degree with interest in sciences, which transformed into human sciences and as icing on the cake my law degree will support me.
4 For better prospects.
5 To be a good human relations professional helping other in my profession.
or I want to start an old age home and contribute from my end to the society..
So these are few tips for you to think and add to your opinions... all the best.:-)
22nd April 2009 From India , Bangalore
Hello there this is Saurabh this side......well iam am HR manager and have gone through the same phase in my life where i had to answer the same question........i answer them in a my own way which is.......

I see my self sitting at your place and asking the same question to some one else.....i being a fresher and he being the MD or HR Head of the co.

mba teaches you how to utilize your resource to the optimum level and according to me the most profelic resource is the human resource. if we learn to use it to the fullest we can use to learn any thing as man is the creater of every mba in hr.

this one you have to make dad wanted me to be a doctor and at that time i could not auruge with Bsc.....after that i did't got good marks in that n thought llb could be my line as iam good at arguing ......but also din't helped me......last but not the least i saw my frnd doing mba and i like the way he use to do every thing with a solid reseon so i joined mba.......n know when its complete iam a MBA with knowlege of law which helps in forming me the HR Policies of the they say knowlege is never wasted.

People don't leave the company, people leave people.

My ultimate aim in life is to see a boxing day (the day after chrismas) test match in sydney........reson being i always wanted to be a crickter n wanted to play there now as that can not be done i want to see the match at least with my family and friend......doest mattet even if i have to work on weekends for that.......CHEERS!!!!

i hope that answers your question partlly if not fully......
24th April 2009 From India , Pune
Hi ,

I like ur way. Your are not one person which r facing such type of problem. A lot of people facing this problem. I m also facing. Every body what something big. But due to studies , lack and etc. there are changing there way and getting the knowledge of work. Work may be anytype but everything has its own place. ( Every things is improtant in life ) It may small business or big one like a cobbler or a abmani brothers.

Ans of Your Questions:-1. I would be MD of this company where r u employe with my working style .2. I want to play a better role in company and HR is the place for doing such type of the work.3 My interest in discover the new idea for the welfare for people and company. thats why i have done Bsc. But after sometime i felt that I can use my idea for the development of the company . It would be good for me and my contury.4. I want upgrade my profile. 5. I want to play a key role in my company and contury like Ambani Brothers.

Plz reply if there is any wrong comment or good one.

25th April 2009 From India , Delhi
Therei is really no hard and fast rule when it relates to interview questions.
Normally, interviewers want to see how quick witted you are.So your replies should be prompt and smart.
Now, coming to the specific questions, one probable set of smart answers could be:
1. I would like to see myself in a managerial/senior position in this company.
The interviewer is actually trying to find out if you are stable. So ideally you should show that you are interested in a longer innings in that company. Also ideally it is not good to say that you would like to be in his seat - if he is a senior functionary he may see you as over-ambitious! (Otherwise, he may feel you are a FUTURE threat! After all, he is also a human!!)
2. I find the human aspect as the most challenging - human beings are the most complex creatures and therefore this field is one area which holds my interest. Further, I have a passion for this function.
3.I actually wanted to do my engg followed by mba. But as I couldn't manage a 'merit' seat, I thought I should pursue my graduation and opted for science, which is my second love. Then I took up law as I felt this would help me in the future. MBA was always my area of interest and would have done it irrespective of the qualifications at the degree level.
4.To improve on my career aspects as well as develop my knowledge base.
Never speak ill of your past or present company -that works negatively.
5. I would like to work till 60 or so, then devote most of my time to social and philanthropic causes/issues.
This answer normally indicates that you are a balanced person and not running after money.
Some of the answers given in the earlier posts are also good.

H Prasad
Sr Corp Trainer
26th April 2009 From India , Delhi
Answer to your 1st Question:
:) BEST ANSWER: Reassure your interviewer that youíre looking to make a long-term commitmentÖthat this position entails exactly what youíre looking to do and what you do extremely well. As for your future, you believe that if you perform each job at hand with excellence, future opportunities will take care of themselves.
Example: ďI am definitely interested in making a long-term commitment to my next position. Judging by what youíve told me about this position, itís exactly what Iím looking for and what I am very well qualified to do. In terms of my future career path, Iím confident that if I do my work with excellence, opportunities will inevitable open up for me. Itís always been that way in my career, and Iím confident Iíll have similar opportunities here.Ē
27th April 2009 From India , Mumbai
Hi dear,
I read answers of all my dear frndz ,,,its give me immense pleasure to say that still there are many people around us who are ready to help others without knowing each other. ..May god bless you all and fulfill all urs wishes ,,,,,,,:-)
28th April 2009 From India , Mumbai
The interviewer most of the time are not interested in the answers. They would like to see you how you react with the question and they watch your bearings during the period when you are answering. Probably, your voice, intonation and decisiveness are observed. One important point is that you do not give chance to the interviewer :-Pto ask sub questions on the main question. That is the starting point of trouble. One good answer is that 5 years a long period where many things may happen and my growth during the period is directly proporionate to the effort that I put in. Effot is the key...and like that. Do not every say that I would like to take your place etc.,
28th April 2009 From India , Hyderabad
hiii....js help me out frm this situation also m dear frns...
myself ekta..n pursuing m graduation from delhi university in stream IInd year.pursued one year diploma course from ywca of delhi in secretarial department and right now working as a secretary to managing my problem is that I am here through a contractor not on a company basis so please tell me whther it is possible that if an employee work more than 6 months in a company he/she can be absorb by the company or not.means I have completed here more than 6months and wants that myself as a secretary to my MD on pay-roll basis nt through a contractor.....??
I know that there is lots of opportunities fr me but in my view this company is best and i wants that they absorb me on company norms...
so please tell who are in HR department because they know well and suggest me best and even more waiting ..!!
29th April 2009 From India , New Delhi
As a seasoned professional living in Canada, but with indian(India) roots >200 yrs ..diaspora fourth generation West Indian, visiting these forums has made me understand the diverse difference in culture and why The "North American" experience is so important but shunned by many immigrant Indians in Canada who lament that they have all the qualifications Masters/doctorates etc. and are driving taxicabs. You see in the end it is not about your Qualifications, but more of what value you can give to an organization. The half life of University education is approx. 4 yrs anyhow. I enjoy this site immensely all the PowerPoint etc, but I see the issue of "status" and education being a big hurdle in thought processes. For the record I am a simple professional Engineer with professional certifications and accreditation from North America. I love the comments of suarbadh2081!hheheh...:razz:
1st May 2009 From Canada , Brampton
hi.dear frends,

it was really difficult to read mentle of an interview for an hr position.the main thing is that for a fresher the parameteres for asking questions is diffnt than for a experiencd
are the freshers r more perceptive in getting the questions being askd to thm or the wavelength of dialogues maintain effectively frm bth th ends.the essence of conducting interview is not to pull a leg of a candidate but an attmpt in making candidate more comfort in his own aura.but interviewer weighs ur calibre and potentials to evaluate ur capacities towards delivering the co.objects.he/she wants to judge u how best u can befit into the shoes of co's requirements.they also test u diffnt parametres of situations (contingencies) where u cud b tested on the curricula.focuss & locus cud b the two parametres on which whole interview is based.for experiencd persons interview is quite easy b'coz the candidate is very fresh & has nt ben exposed to external environment.while with the experienced ones the level of questions framd in a very tricky & cris-cross.and moreover it is focussed on ur whole experiences, so how the person replies depends more or less the conviction, perceptional values, value additions,the attitudinal diffrences workd out. go w a gud mood & moral high, energies to drive away any situation, analytical minds, calculative & the most ultimate is confidence levels within u.
At any point of time any questions cud b thrown it is candidate who has to judge the trajectories of it.Am I true?
Please post replies so that if i hav mistakn i wud correct myself.
4th May 2009 From India , Raipur
It is Hard to understand what you wrote as you are using all sorts of shorthand and abbreviations.( "cud","u", w a gud "). But in essence if I understand you correctly , "attitude" is what will give you an edge. The degrees (Ba/Ma/Phd/BS) are of no consequence if you cannot be perceived as a "fit", a team player and as some value to the organization. What exactly is the purpose of education?, we need to ask and fully comprehend this. In the final analysis you only use 10% of what you have learnt!
7th May 2009 From Canada , Brampton
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