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Oct 03

Some Useful Guidance On Root Issues In Interview

Did you ever have a boss that you did not like or get along with? What would you like to be doing 5 years from now? I’ve had people come back to me and say they almost knew what the employer was going to ask next, and that throughout their entire job search, they never encountered a question or situation they weren’t already prepared to handle.” This is an essential interview preparation tool!”  I learned the hard way, but frequent interviewing quickly taught me everything I needed to know about aching interviews. http://tllg.net/medicalinterviewcourse34948The Complete Interview Answer Guide Check out what others have said about my training program… Sample papers with detailed explanation are given and it would be easy to understand. Now imagine for just a minute — what if you knew exactly what your interviewer wanted to hear?

Give a polished interview performance

Try to remember interview dos and don’ts to avoid mistakes and help swing the interview in your favor.

Develop rapport with the interviewer this will help in ridding you of some of your fears, and will provide you with more confidence.Likewise, it is important to choose properly the clothes that you are to wear during your job interview since your clothes reflect just how much you value yourself.

There are various types of questions used, for instance, questions that probe, questions that put you on the spot and questions that you may find hard to answer. Practice makes perfect, and doing this will help get you accustomed to the questions thus boosting your confidence during your actual job interview.

Improve your personal grooming

Image and appearance is really important especially during actual job interviews. Prepare question topics in advance

Nothing beats preparedness especially referring to job interviews. Since it is only through asking that you will be able to know how solid the job offer really is.

(Pic for representation purpose) Noida: Disaster Management Cell (DCM), Noida will organise a Volunteers Training Programme (VTP) in association with National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) from Sept 23-30, 2016 in sector 39 in order to achieve a disaster resilient Noida-Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway (NGY) region and district Gautam Budh Nagar at large. “In case of any disaster, the local community is always the first responder. It may take some time for district/state administration to mobilise rescue teams such as NDRF, SDRF, police, fire service personnel etc. but if the local people are properly sensitised and skilled about the precautions and proactive actions required to be taken in case of a calamity, the loss of lives and damage to property can be drastically reduced. Hence the said programme aims to generate awareness, preparedness and community training as key components amongst Disaster Response Volunteer’s (DRVs),” said Dr Kumar Raka, planning specialist and head, DCM Noida. The training – which is in association with NDRF, Shuttl (technical and logistics partner) and Policy Perspectives Foundation (PPF – knowledge partner) – will begin from Degree College sector 39 on Sept 23 and will be followed by an exhibition of search and rescue equipments. siteThe day-long training, that would be provided by the master trainers of NDRF, would provide both, hands-on practical training on life saving techniques and also theoretical information about various disasters and do’s and don’ts. It will train one batch of 50-60 volunteers in a single day. “While the first phase of training aims to train about 500 volunteers, approximately 700 volunteers have already enrolled so far from across NGY region and neighboring areas of district Gautam Budh Nagar,” said Dr Raka. The aim of the DRV training is to achieve a disaster resilient NGY region, to involve community directly in disaster management so they can identify hazard around their habitat and understand how vulnerable they are, to train them to assist disaster affected victims and to harness volunteers as first responders in the event of a calamity. Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App.

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