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                        Showing posts with label Bank Exams Commonly Asked Interview Questions. Show all posts
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                        Thursday, 12 December 2013

                        Bank Exams Commonly Asked Interview Questions and Answers Download

                        Bank Exams Commonly Asked Interview Questions and Answers Download

                        Question :- Tell us Something about Yourself.
                        Be natural and calm. Speak Slowly and Tell them about your strengths, achievements and passions etc. This question should not take more than 3 Minutes to be answered. Keep in mind that they know that you are capable as you have already cleared the written test, now you have to show them your suitability and genuine desire for this job. So mention your strengths and interests that are related to that job. Doing a brief research about that Bank/Company before the interview is advised. Remember that at the end of the day you have to make the interviewer feel that you are the right person for this job.

                        Question :- Why should we Hire you in our Organization?

                        The Interviewer wants to know your suitability for the job so in this question you should tell about your Strengths and achievements so far. You should mention your strengths so that they would come to know your fitness for the job. Do not say something which is not true about you. Remember that the Interviewers are very Experienced and they will realize if you are saying truth or just trying to Outsmart them. Avoid using phrases like “This is the Best Company” or “I want to work in this field.”

                        Question :- What are your Strengths and Weaknesses ?

                        You should mention your strengths that are beneficial for them. For example, It should not be like “I am a very good cricket Player”, Rather you should focus on strengths that are related to that job. For example, “I have good communication skills” Or “I Like Interacting with people” Or “I am good at a analyzing Problems and working in a team to find out appropriate solutions”.

                        You should not say that you do not have any Weakness. It shows that either you are Overconfident or have not assessed yourself and don’t want to talk about it.

                        Similarly do not say phrases like “I am short tempered” Or “I get angry very soon and can do anything in anger”. Rather you should genuinely mention the areas that are related to your professional life and you are trying to get better at them.

                        Question :- Where do you see yourself after five years from now?
                        It should be answered realistically. Example of a horrible answer is “I will be in your seat after five years”. Rather you should answer in such a way that ensures them that you are interested in making a long-term commitment towards the job and will have a long term and mutually beneficial association with them. For example “I am definitely interested in making a long-term commitment to my next position. This is exactly what I’m looking for and what I am very well qualified to do. I will do my job to the best of my ability and i am prepared to learn new things and contribute to the overall success of the organization in a number of ways. I am confident that here i will have opportunities to advance my skills and provide best of my services to the organization. ”

                        Question :- Why did you choose to work in a bank?/Why you want job in a government bank when you can get better salary in private jobs?
                        These are very common questions and are asked to almost 90% of the candidates. Here The interviewer wants to know your level of willingness of working a in a bank.

                        Never straight away say that “I did not get a job in Private sector” or “There is lot of stress in Private jobs and government jobs are less intense and more flexible.”

                        Rather you should answer realistically to show your genuine desire of working in a bank. If B.tech graduates are asked about opting for a bank job after engineering, they can say ” Uncertainity of future and growth in IT Companies due to recent turbulence and high recent growth in banking sector.” You should manipulate your answer to prove that your engineering degree would be beneficial for you in interacting with people and creating more business relationships for them.

                        Question :- Answering the Puzzles type Questions:
                        Although these are not so common, but may be asked to anyone in an Interview. Here the interviewer doesn’t really want to hear exact answer from you rather they want to see if you are able to analyze the correct problem or are you just trying to hurry up without taking the time to analyze and putting some effort. They just want to see your practical approach that will be useful during you job period.

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