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  4. The night was dark without any stars I lost my heart to someone so far there was a doubt who she was who stole my heart. The girl was like a star to whom I lost my heart
  5. Q49. What was the toughest challenge you’ve ever faced? BEST ANSWER:This is an easy question if you’re prepared. Have a recent example ready that demonstrates either: 1. A quality most important to the job at hand; or 2. A quality that is always in demand, such as leadership, initiative, managerial skill, persuasiveness, courage, persistence, intelligence, etc. Q50. Have you consider starting your own business? BEST ANSWER: Again it’s best to: 1. Gauge this company’s corporate culture before answering and… 2. Be honest (which doesn’t mean you have to vividly share your fantasy of the franchise or bed-and-breakfast you someday plan to open). Q51. What are your goals? BEST ANSWER: Many executives in a position to hire you are strong believers in goal-setting. (It’s one of the reason they’ve achieved so much). They like to hire in kind. Q52. What do you for when you hire people? BEST ANSWER: Speak your own thoughts here, but for the best answer weave them around the three most important qualifications for any position. 1. Can the person do the work (qualifications)? 2. Will the person do the work (motivation)? 3. Will the person fit in (“our kind of team player”)? Q53. Sell me this stapler…(this pencil…this clock…or some other object on interviewer’s desk). BEST ANSWER: Of course, you already know the most important secret of all great salesmanship – “find out what people want, then show them how to get it.” Q54. “The Salary Question” – How much money do you want? TRAPS: May also be phrases as, “What salary are you worth?”…or, “How much are you making now?” This is your most important negotiation. Handle it wrong and you can blow the job offer or go to work at far less than you might have gotten. Q55. The Illegal Question BEST ANSWER: Under the ever-present threat of lawsuits, most interviewers are well aware of these taboos. Yet you may encounter, usually on a second or third interview, a senior executive who doesn’t interview much and forgets he can’t ask such questions. Q56. The “Secret” Illegal Question BEST ANSWER: Remember that just because the interviewer doesn’t ask an illegal question doesn’t mean he doesn’t have it. More than likely, he is going to come up with his own answer. So you might as well help him out. Q57. What was the toughest part of your last job? BEST ANSWER: State that there was nothing in your prior position that you found overly difficult, and let your answer go at that. If pressed to expand your answer, you could describe the aspects of the position you enjoyed more than others, making sure that you express maximum enjoyment for those tasks most important to the open position, and you enjoyed least those tasks that are unimportant to the position at hand. Q58. How do you define success…and how do you measure up to your own definition? BEST ANSWER: Give a well-accepted definition of success that leads right into your own stellar collection of achievements. Q59. “The Opinion Question” – What do you think about …Abortion…The President…The Death Penalty…(or any other controversial subject)? BEST ANSWER: In all of these instances, just remember the tale about student and the wise old rabbi. The scene is a seminary, where an overly serious student is pressing the rabbi to answer the ultimate questions of suffering, life and death. But no matter how hard he presses, the wise old rabbi will only answer each difficult question with a question of his own. Q60. If you won $10 million lottery, would you still work? BEST ANSWER: This type of question is aimed at getting at your bedrock attitude about work and how you feel about what you do. Your best answer will focus on your positive feelings. Q61. Looking back on your last position, have you done your best work? BEST ANSWER: To cover both possible paths this question can take, your answer should state that you always try to do your best, and the best of your career is right now. Like an athlete at the top of his game, you are just hitting your career stride thanks to several factors. Then, recap those factors, highlighting your strongest qualifications Q62. Why should I hire you from the outside when I could promote someone from within? BEST ANSWER: Help him see the qualifications that only you can offer. Q63. Tell me something negative you’ve heard about our company… BEST ANSWER: Just remember the rule – never be negative – and you’ll handle this one just fine. Q64. On a scale of one to ten, rate me as an interviewer. BEST ANSWER: Once again, never be negative. The interviewer will only resent criticism coming from you. This is the time to show your positivism. All the Best
  6. Q33. How do you feel about working nights and weekends? BEST ANSWER: First, if you’re a confirmed workaholic, this question is a softball lob. Whack it out of the park on the first swing by saying this kind of schedule is just your style. Add that your family understands it. Indeed, they’re happy for you, as they know you get your greatest satisfaction from your work. Q34. Are you willing to relocate or travel? BEST ANSWER: First find out where you may have to relocate and how much travel may be involved. Q35. Do you have the stomach to fire people? Have you had experience firing many people? BEST ANSWER: Describe the rational and sensible management process you follow in both hiring and firing. Q36. Why have you had so many jobs? BEST ANSWER: First, before you even get to the interview stage, you should try to minimize your image as job hopper. If there are several entries on your resume of less than one year, consider eliminating the less important ones. Perhaps you can specify the time you spent at previous positions in rounded years not in months and years. Q37. What do you see as the proper role/mission of… …a good (job title you’re seeking); …a good manager; …an executive in serving the community; …a leading company in our industry; etc. BEST ANSWER: Think of the most essential ingredients of success for each category above – your job title, your role as manager, your firm’s role, etc. Identify at least three but no more than six qualities you feel are most important to success in each role. Then commit your response to memory. Here, again, the more information you’ve already drawn out about the greatest wants and needs of the interviewer, and the more homework you’ve done to identify the culture of the firm, the more on-target your answer will be. Q38. What would you say to your boss if he’s crazy about an idea, but you think it stinks? BEST ANSWER: Remember the rule stated earlier: In any conflict between values, always choose integrity. Q39. How could you have improved your career progress? BEST ANSWER: You’re generally quite happy with your career progress. Maybe, if you had known something earlier in life (impossible to know at the time, such as the booming growth in a branch in your industry…or the corporate downsizing that would phase out your last job), you might have moved in a certain direction sooner. Q40. What would you do if a fellow executive on your own corporate level wasn’t pulling his/her weight…and this was hurting your department? BEST ANSWER: Try to gauge the political style of the firm and be guided accordingly. In general, fall back on universal principles of effective human relations – which in the end, embody the way you would like to be treated in a similar circumstance. Q41. You’ve been with your firm a long time. Won’t it be hard switching to a new company? BEST ANSWER: To overcome this objection, you must point to the many ways you have grown and adapted to changing conditions at your present firm. It has not been a static situation. Highlight the different responsibilities you’ve held, the wide array of new situations you’ve faced and conquered. Q42. May I contact your present employer for a reference? BEST ANSWER: Express your concern that you’d like to keep your job search private, but that in time, it will be perfectly okay. Q43. Give me an example of your creativity (analytical skill…managing ability, etc.) BEST ANSWER: Remember from Question 2 that you should commit to memory a list of your greatest and most recent achievements, ever ready on the tip of your tongue. Q44. Where could you use some improvement? BEST ANSWER: Keep this answer, like all your answers, positive. A good way to answer this question is to identify a cutting-edge branch of your profession (one that’s not essential to your employer’s needs) as an area you’re very excited about and want to explore more fully over the next six months. Q45. What do you worry about? BEST ANSWER: Redefine the word ‘worry’ so that it does not reflect negatively on you. Q46. How many hours a week do you normally work? BEST ANSWER: If you are in fact a workaholic and you sense this company would like that: Say you are a confirmed workaholic, that you often work nights and weekends. Your family accepts this because it makes you fulfilled. Q47. What’s the most difficult part of being a (job title)? BEST ANSWER: First, redefine “difficult” to be “challenging” which is more positive. Then, identify an area everyone in your profession considers challenging and in which you excel. Describe the process you follow that enables you to get splendid results…and be specific about those results. Example: “I think every sales manager finds it challenging to motivate the troops in a recession. But that’s probably the strongest test of a top sales manager. I feel this is one area where I excel.” Q48. The “Hypothetical Problem” BEST ANSWER: Instead, describe the rational, methodical process you would follow in analyzing this problem, who you would consult with, generating possible solutions, choosing the best course of action, and monitoring the results.
  7. Tesla recalls over 14,000 cars in China over airbags Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67581943.cms?&utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
  8. Synopsis Uri: The Surgical Strike is a fitting tribute to the Indian Army conceptually but cinematically, it’s not a film Story: The film is based on the surgical strikes conducted in 2016 by the Indian Army, against militant launch pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). 35-50 terrorists were reportedly killed in the covert operation, in retaliation to the terrorist attack in Uri that killed 19 Indian soldiers. Subsequently, Pakistan denied the incident. Review: Aditya Dhar’s unforgiving war drama incorporates the events that led to the surgical strikes as seen through the eyes of protagonist Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal). To make things harder for him, he has personal battles to fight at home as well. The soldiers give up their today for our tomorrow and no words can signify or repay the sacrifices they make for our country. Uri puts a spotlight on the thankless job they do with passion in their hearts and fire in their bellies. The film is a fitting tribute to the Indian Army conceptually but cinematically, it’s not a film without flaws. In-depth Analysis Our overall critic’s rating is not an average of the sub scores below. Direction: 3.5/5 Dialogues: 3/5 Music: 3.5/5 Visual appeal: 4/5 Source:: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hindi/movie-reviews/uri-the-surgical-strike/movie-review/67451477.cms
  9. NEW DELHI: Universities in Delhi have welcomed - some willin .. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67579698.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst "We have to accept the new quota," said Chintamani Mahapatra .. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67579698.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst "Universities cannot generate new resources and overhauling .. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67579698.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Private institutions chose not to reveal their plans, though .. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/67579698.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Source:: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/10-quota-dont-have-funds-to-add-seats-fret-varsities/articleshow/67579698.cms
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