An Interview is a structured dialogue where one participant asks questions, and the other gives answers. The word Interview refers to a one-on-one conversation between an Interviewer and an Interviewee. Interviewee responds the questions asked by an Interviewer. Simply, Interview is the situation where Formal Meeting takes place.
Taking Interview is a skillful act. We have to perform a Role of Interviewer. It proves our capability and skill of interacting with Interviewee. The way we ask questions, the way we enable the Interviewee to think and imagine, really tests our linguistic insights.
|TIPS FOR IMPROVING INTERVIEWING SKILL|
|– Prepare a set of questions|
|– Welcome the person properly|
|– Be polite. Let the person speak|
|– Focus on the person’s profession|
|– Do not expect answers quickly|
|– Be observant and listen closely|
|– Wait for answer. Do not hurry|
|– Be friendly. Make the person curious|
|– Be consistent with your questions|
|– Encourage the person to speak freely|
|– Act naturally|
|– Thank your interviewer|
|INTERVIEW FORMAT: 1|
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|INTERVIEW FORMAT: 3
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|INTERVIEW FORMAT: 6
Students may use any suitable format
|COMMON INTERVIEW QUESTIONS|
Imagine that you have to conduct an Interview of a Wildlife Expert, on the occasion of World Environment Day. Frame a set of 8-10 questions for it.
|Good afternoon Sir, it’s our great pleasure to talk to you, on the occasion of a very special day today. I’m Smith, Secretary of the ‘Nature Club’, heartily Welcome you!!!
What exactly inspired you to go to very close to forest?
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|REPORT WRITING||FILM REVIEW|
|MIND MAPPING||BOOK REVIEW|
|EMAIL WRITING||SUMMARY WRITING|
|BLOG WRITING||STATEMENT OF PURPOSE (SOP)|
|EXPANSION OF IDEA||GROUP DISCUSSION|
|CV/RESUME/BIO DATA||DRAFTING VIRTUAL MESSAGES|
|SPEECH WRITING||ART OF COMPERING|