Smart Interview Preparation
About this course
The general trend is we start digging a well when there's a fire. In this subject we will systematically lay down a plan how you should go about with interview preparation. About 90% of students starts their interview preparation 60 days prior to the placement, which eventually leads to disappointment. Remember, "If we fail to plan, we are planning to fail". We will be coving every little aspect of interviews including resume building, group discussion, personal interviews and much more.
What you'll Learn
What is SMP - What's the best Time to Start ?
In this introductory lecture, we will look into the issue with the current method of interview preparation and explore another method of interview preparation which is called as SMART INTERVIEW Preparation. Also we will define a time line which will illustrate the best time to start with interview preparation.
Aptitude test preparation
In this lecture, we will figure out what the format of an aptitude test is, along with the various resources that will help you prepare for aptitude. We will discuss how aptitude acts as a major gatekeeper in achieving your dream job.
Process of Group discussion
Group discussion is one of the biggest part where major of engineers struggle. In this lecture, we will understand the process of GDs and will look at an sample example for which we will discuss how we should answer in a GD.
How to build Resume?
This is the most important part of every individual's journey because you have to describe your entire 4 years journey in just a sheet of paper. We will discuss how to make your resume impactful to grab the interviewers attention with 5 seconds.
Technical Interview Preparation
A technical interview is a type of interview that typically features questions that are specific to the role you have applied for. In this lecture, we will focus on technical personal interview. We will cover the types of questions you can be asked.
HR Interview Preparation
After completing two or three rounds of job interviews, you've made it to last phase of the job interview process. The last step is the HR round. This is generally the deciding interview. We will discuss the most basic questions that an interviewer always ask you.
Teacher - Arth Patel (Founder & CEO)