Personal Interview (PI) is the last round of selection process where interaction is done on one-to-one basis between the candidate and the interviewer. Here are some general tips and some common questions asked during the Personal Interview (PI) round:
Here are some common questions asked during Personal Interview (PI) round:
This is the most common question to expect in the Personal Interview (PI) session.
Suggestions to Answer: What matters more than the answer is the way of speaking. Your voice should reflect confidence and passion. Include your educational qualification, interests and family details. Try to highlight your achievement but not in a loud way.
Suggestions to Answer: The interviewer is looking for clarity of thoughts in your answer. So, don’t give vague answers. You can say that you want to start your own business or expand your family business.
Suggestions to Answer: First thing is not to contradict your strengths and weaknesses. Also, don’t use that strategy of presenting strength as weakness like being ‘workaholic.’ Talk about a genuine weakness such as being unorganized sometimes and also talk about how you are planning to overcome it.
Suggestions to Answer: Include goals that can be achievable. Your answer can sound ambitious yet realistic.
Suggestions to Answer: Here you can sound a little more ambitious and can include your business start up plan or job plan as it may be.
Answer this question with full confidence highlighting your talent. Also, don’t forget to mention how dedicated you are towards achieving your goals no matter what the result of the selection process is.
Apart from these tips, you can read the interviews of candidates who are selected previously. Analyse their answers and frame the best answers for your Personal Interview (PI) round.