[IBPS] Interview Preparation (Part 5 of 5) Stress Interviews, When things don’t go as planned, B.Tech, Engineers and IT Why BankPO?

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  1. Prologue
  2. Stress Interview in IBPS/Bank Recruitment
  3. How to reduce likelihood of Stress Interview?
  4. Stress Interview=Not always bad
  5. Case#1: BBA to BankPO
  6. Case#2: BE Mech vs Computer questions
  7. Case#3: BE Engineer vs. SARFAESI
  8. Case#4: IT Professional vs NPA Questions
  9. Case#5: Small Error in the Answer

Prologue

This article is not meant for everyone.

MOST LIKELY victims of stress interviewLEAST LIKELY Victims
(in decreasing order)

  1. BE, B.Tech and IT (most vulnerable)
  2. Biotech, B.Pharm, Physio and other science grads. (vulnerable depending on their bad luck)
  3. BA, B.Com, BBA (if they fumble in the first few basic questions).
  1. Female from any stream
  2. Person already working in a Private bank.
  3. Person already a clerk in any bank.
  4. Fashion technology, Hotel management etc. “minority” streams.
  5. Ex-serviceman from any stream
You may read this article, if you’ve time and mood.You need not read this article any further.

Stress Interview in IBPS/Bank Recruitment

As such bank interviews are done in formal-friendly-cordial tone. But sometimes those AGM, senior officials and Uncle-jis  have their own bias against a particular state, region, and graduation stream. And They don’t even care to hide it during the interview.

Some of the negative experience that you can face:

  1. One of the panel member doesn’t ask you any question and behaves as if you’re not in the room. (Important: Even if a member doesn’t ask question, you should maintain eye contact with all members in the entire panel. Don’t make it one-on-one conversation. keep looking and addressing everyone in the room.)
  2. He asks you question but he doesn’t look at you. He just keep looking in his file / mobile / tablet / laptop, as if you don’t exist in the room. (You still need to maintain eye contact with all.)
  3. Panel seems to more keen to drinking their tea, gossiping among each other etc. rather than conducting interview. (in this case, don’t worry.)
  4. One of the member even leaves the room during interview. (in this case, don’t worry.)

But above experiences don’t count under ‘stress’ interview.

Stress interview means following:

  1. He rudely keeps interrupting you “No No your answer is wrong. You know nothing. You’re not serious about this career….…..” and so on.
  2. He makes direct derogatory remarks about your home-state or graduation or both.
  3. He keeps asking tough followup questions, with obvious intent to confuse and ridicule you more.
  4. Even if you give a seemingly right answer, he says “you’re wrong, you know nothing.”

These things happen because:

  1. They want to test how you perform under stress. (Like in MBA/Sales-marketing job interviews.) OR
  2. They are just plain rude and bigots, they just hate you for no reason OR
  3. Your own fault: when you fail to answer some basic questions from your graduation / about banking sector. And he is really freaked out. OR
  4. You were simply unlucky that day.

How to reduce likelihood of Stress Interview?

(This advice is common for both IIM interviews and IBPS interviews)
As such stress interview doesn’t happen, not even with Engineer/IT. But with every answer that you fail to reply, the probability of stress interview increases like a geometric progression. So,

  1. You must stop feeling guilty. Else they’ll sense your weakness through your body language.
  2. Thoroughly prepare the sales pitch and all followup questions and counter question associated with it. (Why do you want to join PO?) Most importly: don’t contradict your original sales pitch, when he asks the same “why PO” question in a different tone at the end of the interview.
  3. Mugup all routine questions from Banking sector. If you fumble here, it’ll irritate the interviewer the most. Question List given in separate article click me.
  4. Religious mugup basic definitions and terms from Graduation subject-theory based questions. Better maintain a diary, so even if you fail here, you can use the diary for preparing next interview, rather than having to read through thousand pages college books again. This specially applies to science-engineering-pharma Candidates because lot of their questions have factual answers hence don’t stay in long term memory.

But just like lightening can strike on anyone, the stress interview can also happen to anyone despite his sincere preparation, honest intention and desperate desire to join banking sector.
In any case, during the stress interview:

  1. you must not let your body posture turn defensive- especially Your shoulder and back must remain firm and steady.
  2. Answers must remain calm and composed. Facial expression must remain humble and polite.
  3. Don’t snide, don’t make excuses for not knowing the answer. Ignore his personal insults. The rapidfire will cease soon anyways and most likely another panel member will start a new set of questions where you’ll have better luck.

Stress Interview=Not always bad

As such, stress interview should be taken in a positive spirit because:

  1. Stress interview doesn’t mean automatic rejection. Final list made from written + interview.
  2. Sometimes a stranger may tell you a bitter-truth that your loved ones will not tell you.
  3. Sometimes it is God’s way of giving you a shock therapy so once you leave the room, you can think out of the box:
    1. That there is life, career, money and fame beyond sarkari naukris and stupid paper degrees.
    2. That a real man doesn’t need approvals and certificates from any random uncle-ji to succeed in life.
  4. Sometimes a rude-jolt is necessary to provoke you, it’ll make you work harder than ever before. And after 2-3 years you realize that you’re in a way better position in terms of career and emotion maturity than the crowd of facebook no0b,  dimwit batchmates and arrogant relatives.

Ofcourse, stress interview is no good way to assess a candidate’s potential. But since we don’t make the rules here, the only thing we can do is try to see the brighter side and move on in the life.

Let’s check some real examples when Bank interview doesn’t go as smooth as planned. It should give some food for thought.

These experiences are taken from past Bank interviews, posted on pagalguy.com forum. (Courtesy Mr.csl80 for compilation and sharing)

Case#1: BBA to BankPO

P1:  Tell me how to Market Banks for Profit?

Me: Started with flexible operations, quicker process timing to retail customers , term loans , call money to Industrial Customers.

P1:  Call Money? Banks don’t have call money Operations. From where have you got this wrong information? Which coaching walla has taught you this?

Me: No sir, I used to study myself, and I learnt these terms from Newspapers, Websites and NCFM bankers Module.

P1:  Now I find you had Marketing Management as your subject, so I am going to ask you question from this subject . Any Problem?

Me: No sir, I will try my best to answer those questions.

P1: ok then tell me, how will you market Bank products?

Me: I started with Segmentation of the market…

P2: He was talking about how to market Banking products not about targeting .

Me: Sir we have to have a complete knowledge of the market first before marketing our products.

P1: Kya yaar kya paka rahe ho! Do you know anything about the subject ? What is the first and basic step of Marketing ?

Me: I started with Surveys to identify the market and various products available , do a thorough analysis of the market , needs of the consumers , competitors etc , then segment the market

P1: You people from ___ state score 90% marks, yet you know nothing about fundamentals of marketing in BBA. This is the problem with you ___ state people, you don’t know anything!

Me kept quite

P1: Tell me how can you do the survey before launching new baking product?

Me: I said there are various Market research organisation , which conducts surveys on behalf of the organisation etc.

P1: Bakwaas kar rahe ho, do you have any sense what you are talking? Don’t you know anything about Sales Funnel, And myriads of other Marketing terms?

Me: I said sorry sir I am not aware of these terms (Didn’t try to justify the fact that I am hearing these terms for the first time in my life and was out of scope of our Syllabus).

P2 : (Came to rescue immediately and continues the final process without giving chance to others) How can this candidate know? He is just BBA, all these terms will come in MBA and practical knowledge. But he has got no opportunity to explore the marketing yet through work experiance.

Me: (relieved a bit)

P2: Are you appearing in any other government exams?

Me: yes sir , I am appearing for SSC , LIC , Other Bank Po’s …

P2 :What’s the result so far ?

Me: Sir this is my first Interview call ….

P2 : then Why didn’t you go for MBA ? This is the best opportunity you have at present! You look really young , you should be in a college!

Me: Sir I tried to do MBA , but due to financial problems and my Fathers retirement next year for me now a Job is very important.

P3: ( Now gave a very violent look – Something which is seen during a cricket match by cricketer Srishanth….)

P2: Thank you gentleman, You may leave now.

Case#2: BE Mech vs Computer questions

P2: Have you heard the name of Induction Motor?

Me : Yes Sir. (Told about the machine)

P2: Name the important components of Induction Motor.

Me: (I could not answer this as it has been more than 8 years since I have read about it.) Sorry Sir I do not remember.

P1: You people from ____ state…..You just run behind every sarkari naukri from clerk to IAS. Now you’ve come even to Banking sector. If all of you come here, then where will others go?

Me: (I was shocked to hear his view but keep mum and tried not to answer by keeping quiet).

P2: What course have done in Computer?

Me: C concepts and C Programming.

(Then he asked two terms that I have never ever heard in C.)

Me : Sir this is the first time I am hearing this term.

P2: What is the difference between Querry, Pointer and Array?

Me: I told that I do not know.

P2: Named two loops name and asked what is the difference among them and how will they be used while writing the Programme?

Me: Kept Quite.

P2: Atleast tell me what’s the difference between C and C++??

Me (Quiet) as I do not know. (Seemed as if they are going to put me in their Software Development Center to develop Software for Bank.)

P2: Yaar tell me one thing how did you become an Engineer? You don’t even know a single thing about Engineering!

Me: Kept Quite.

P2: (Looking at my degree and 12th certificate.) You’ve finished 12th standard in 1999 and degree in 2007. Right, since you took 7 years to finish graduation, that explains why you don’t know anything about engineering.

Me: Sir I took admission in the year 2001 and completed my 8th Sem in July 2005. The final degree was awarded in the month of Feb 2006 as University takes a time of 6 months.

P2: Aise thore hi na hota hai (it doesn’t happen like that). Degree is given simultaneously. Which university do you belong to?

Me: Told about University and its full form.

……

P1: Thank you, you may leave now.

Case#3: BE Engineer vs. SARFAESI

P1: ok you want to become a Banker. Meaning you have interest in Banking sector right?

Me: Yes Sir.

P1: Then tell me a topic from banking sector that you’ve knowledge about.

Me: I had no command on any topic so told him that I do not have much command on any topic and I am still in the processes of learning.

P1: There must be some topic you’ve prepared?

Me : (To be safe told him about Key rate of RBI.)

P1: Every Tom, Dick and Harry knows about Repo rate and Reverse repo rate. What do you know beyond that?

(I kept quite).

P1: If you’re a branch manager and a customer doesn’t repay his loan installment. What will you do?

Me: Will hand over the case to Legal Department.

P1: But you don’t have legal department. Ab kaya karoge. (what will you do)?

Me: Will inform the headquarter and seek their advice.

P1: If you’re going to handover everything to legal department and Headquarter, then why should bank pay you salary for free?

Me (Quiet)

P1: ok tell me from legal point of view, which law applies for such loan default matter?

Me (Quiet)

P1: (to another panel member P2: Do you want to ask something to him, or should I ask him to go, so we can go for lunch?)

P2: Have you heard the name RBI?

Me: told full form and that it the central bank of India.

P2: Hmm.. finally you know the answer of something. Ok tell me the functions of RBI ?

Me: Told that it looks after the monetary policy of India.

P2: Meaning?

Me: Told her about money supply and liquidity control.

P2: If RBI is supposed to do all money related matters, then what is the use of Finance ministry?

Me: Told her about the Fisacal Policy, Budget, Income Tax Department, Revenue Department.

P2: Yaar tum logon ko kuch pata nahi hota hai, pata nahi kaise chale aate ho. (You people know nothing. Why do you come here to show your face?)

P2 (to another panel member: Sir I’m done..)

P3: Ok its over from our end.

Me: Thank you so much for your time. It was nice talking to all of you. Have a great day ahead. Bye.

Case#4: IT Professional vs NPA Questions

Panel:  Accenture is a very very good company, what were you doing there?

Me:  I was a programmer there.

Panel:  why did you leave that job?

Me:  I wanted to move up in professional life, so I left it to prepare for competitive exams. if I join as a PO, I would become a manager.

Panel:  who told you that you will become a manager?

Me:  sorry sir, I did not meant to say Branch Manager, but Junior Manager.

Panel:  WRONG, you will be joining as a assistant manager.

Me:  yes sir, Junior Manager, Assistant Manager.

Panel:  what was your salary?

Me:  Rs 3,00,000

Panel:  why did you leave the job, IT is driving the country forward, India is world leader in IT, why did you leave that job?

Me:  sir, I wanted to move up in professional ladder, plus, I can get a similar job, like that of Accenture, whenever I want. And this was my one and only shot at Manager Level. It would have been my last attempt. If I was not able to clear bank PO, I would never ever give the same exam again, and I did not want any distractions while preparing, hence I left. PLUS, Bank PO is a very professional job, with Social Respect and. (Interrupted again)

Panel:  (getting agitated, and speaking a little bit loudly) You mean to say IT engineers have NO social respect?

Me:  no sir, I meant to say both enjoy social respect, but Bank PO being government job, it enjoys more Social Respect.

Panel:  BankPO is not a government officer, my dear. And IT engineers have a lot of social respect, they drive the country forward, everything is computerized nowadays, and you are saying IT people have NO social respect?

Me:  SIR, I meant to say that PO have more social respect, plus, I am inclined towards Bank PO job, because…(interrupted)

Panel:  what did you study for the interview?

Me:  sir, I studied general banking terms

Panel:  what do you know about NPA?

Me:  non-performing Asset, and it is that that asset on which the bank has stopped getting money, for more than 90 days.

Panel:  money?

Me:  money as in interest. sorry sir, I forgot the exact name of the classifications, but I know NPA’s are of 3 types:-

  1. which has stopped generating income, for more than 90 days.
  2. in which their still are chances of recovering money.
  3. there is NO chances of recovering money.

(Although I studied about them last night only, but I am sorry, I forgot the exact name of these classifications.)

Panel:  what do you mean by 90 days?

Me:  sir, when the money stops getting interest 90 days after the due date.

Panel:  are you sure its the due date?

Me:  sir, I am not exactly sure, but the website I referred to, did not say anything more than due date.

(then he tried to give an example of NPA, which I did not understand)

Panel:  how many marks did you get?

Me:  159, although I could have gotten more marks, as I got 48 marks in English, which got halved to 24. I had gotten emotional while attempting English section, I kept on solving questions, as I found them easy. and I ended up attempting every question..

Panel:  you had prior knowledge that English marks would be halved,so why did you keep on solving them?

Me:  sir, I said I got emotional, I should have attempted other sections.

Panel:  that means you have no time-management skills?

Me:  sir, I do have time management skills, as I had attempted English section the last, and I thought I would complete this section, and go back to attempt more question in previous sections, but… (Interrupted)

Panel:  how did you prepare for IBPS?

Me:  I was preparing for CAT side by side, so I covered most of the syllabus, and about Banking GK, I bought Banking Magazines, and covered the banking GK from that.

Panel:  gentleman, you are contradicting yourself.

Me:  no sir, I am not contradicting myself. I know I want to join Bank, as it is government job, very professional.

Panel: you took up Science in 11th and 12th, not commerce and arts, then you did engineering, not BA, BCOM, then you joined a company which is an IT company, WHY did you join Accenture, and prepare for exams after graduation?

Me:  sir, I wanted to see the professional life, how life is in private sector, that is why I joined IT company.

Panel:  Are you willing to serve anywhere in India?

Me:  thought for 4-5 seconds, yes sir, I am willing to go anywhere, (then, I said hesitating) but I should not be saying this, but I would prefer if I am posted in rural areas, becau…(interruped)

Panel:  RURAL areas!! you know there is a problem of NPA’s in rural areas?

Me:  yes sir, I know NPA’s problem is more prevalent in Rural branches than in urban branches, but still I want to serve there because…(interrupted)

Panel:  you don’t know anything about NPA, but still you want to serve in Rural Areas!?

Panel: You can go now.

(Me: I wanted to tell them that I want to serve in rural areas because cost of living is less, and I would save lots of money. but alas, they were not willing to listen.)

Case#5: Small Error in answer

P1 : Tell about RBI act ?

ME : Started very well , then gave wrong passing year of the act. It was 1934. I said 1932.

P1 : What ridiculous answer is this ? Do you know anything about banking ?

P1 told me to stop.

P1 looks towards P2, but P2 & P3 kept drinking tea.

P1 : You may go now.

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So far 55 Comments posted

  1. ayush

    MOST LIKELY victims of stress interview – (BE, B.Tech and IT (most vulnerable)
    NOW I AM STRESSING TOO !!! HAHA

  2. SAMEER KUMAR KUDUMULA

    No need to worry my dear Btech grads……….practice your answers well before going to interview as there should be repeating questions …….so,interview question paper is leaked paper now a days…..Stay calm and cool …..prepare and practice well the answers …..All the best

  3. kumar

    lol why Accenture ?

  4. Suraj Dawar

    You are Awesome…. Arvind Kejriwal should take your suggestions in recruitment process and paper setting.

    Thank you so much.

    I follow mrunal.org mainly for UPSC, But as i wrote SSC IBPS and aware of exam pattern… i feel you analyse very thoroughly.

    Doing a great job for people. Keep it up Sirrr..!!!!!!

  5. Advait

    Hi Mrunal,

    Awesome article as usual. I have a query though.
    You did not mention MBAs as the ‘Most likely victims of stress interviews’. Could you please throw some light on it. I feel MBAs are at the highest risk as there are bright chances of them being grilled on issues of over qualification, joblessness etc.

    Thanks!

  6. meenakshi

    sir, i m a post graduate diploma holder from icici manipal academy (a collaboration of icici group and manipal university) I worked in Icici bank for seven month as assistant manager grade1 and then left my job for govt job preparation. So kindly suggest me appropriate justification for quitting my job and willing to join public sector bank

  7. rohit

    I am from ACCENTURE and i left that for CGL and IBPS. ))

    1. r0h1t

      hi I am Rohit too 🙂 I have the date of joining at Accenture on 8 Jan in Pune but have Ibps po interview on 9 Jan. Can you or any body help me sort it out, like how to convince Accenture guys to delay a little my DoJ.

      1. Kumars

        Talk(drop a mail) to HR citing some emergency reasons (medical).Mom’s undergoing surgery , critical operation blah blah..ur presence is indespensable being the only child at home. Never disclose anything regarding the job interview .

        1. r0h1t

          Accenture guys are neither responding to my emails nor to my phone calls .. any further suggestions ??

          1. kumar

            Attend the first day of orientation and talk to HR there giving the above stated reason..

  8. neha

    I have two questions.. I passed my graduation in july 2011 an hav provisional degree but not original

    will it create any problem and second me have a gap of 6 months will it b a problem..?

  9. rahul

    Sir,
    I have 2 yrs of IT experience and currently pursuing MBA 4 th sem in finance… do I have a chance of being over drilled in interview

  10. vijay

    Excellent Mrunal sir.Thank you very much.

  11. Prabha Kathamuthu

    Am a civil services aspirant..preparing for past 10 years..I didnt concentrate on other fields..so didnt try for different work..this year I started with bank exams and got cleared in ibps po…but for past 10 yrs I was idle..wt type of question will I face and how shd I answer

    1. RAHUL N S

      u can say in interview that u were giving tuitions in xyz subject (ur graduation subject) .and that u were giving tuitions at home so that u dont have to produce any proof

      1. Sanket Sudhir Sudke

        Good idea. But prepare the subjects (that you claim to teach) very well as they may ask a lot of questions related to it.

  12. Shilpa

    Am a 2013 Btech graduate . working in a Software company CTS since last two months , should I tell them about my Job(no bond is there) ?? If yes then what should I say if they ask then why did u join if u r leaving in just 2 months ??

    1. kumar

      Well If you have mentioned in your application form, then they might ask you, you need not tell on your own.
      In case you joined after filling the application form, you can say ” you joined to support your family” or ” to get a job exposure to make an informed decision in life “.
      then you can justify how banks are better …dont say ill about your job .but you can say positive things about bank job to convince them.

      To void all this- if its nowhere mentioned , say I was preparing for bank as I wanted to do something significant to serve society and empower poor people. As bankers are seen as trusted person, I want a dignified career.

  13. Kaustub

    Hi Mrunal,

    Please reply that do i need to provide NOC at the time of interview for IBPS PO. My interview is on 12th Jan. I am working in TCS. Please reply asap.

    1. sailesh

      U donot need any NOC as U are working in private sector

  14. r0h1t

    In bank interviews, they are asking this Q 99 % of the time –
    “Which bank you want to join & why?”
    ..and we all have already given our preferences while filling online application form ..
    I had given first priority to Bank of India randomly and now i got Bank of India for interview so what reason can I give??

    1. kumar

      Find out the number of branches banks have in your state .The reason for posting near to native place can be given

  15. pratiti

    hi
    i am pratiti.’ am from computer science background.my ibps clerk-3 score is 113 and my interview is on 22nd of february.How should i start preparation for d interview?feeling tensed demotivated becoz of my low score !! plz Help!

    1. deepti

      u need not to worry..bcz ur score is nt soo low..from which state do u belong..

      1. pratiti

        hey deepti i am from west bengal ..cut off of general candidates is 105.. i have qualified both of the RRB PO and CLerks exam but till date got no news of interview.. depressed and feeling down.. 🙁 🙁

  16. vibha

    i m doing private job noc is needed in ibps clerk interview.

  17. Ashish

    I am an arts graduate… Hv done B.A hons. Political sci.frm DU. What justification. I should give if they ask me why I want to join banking sector. N how my subject would be beneficial.. Having interview on 16th Feb Noida.

  18. Ashish

    I am an arts graduate… Hv done B.A hons (Political sci)frm DU. What justification I should give if they ask me why I want to join banking sector. N how my subject would be beneficial.. Having interview on 16th Feb Noida. Please help

  19. Ipsit

    Hello,

    I have clerk interview on feb 21 and i just want to know how to answer if i am faced with questions like “Why banking after english honours?

    What other questions can I face coming from english honours background??

    Also, I have twp years of work experience working for pwc which i left in 2012. Will the name and brand of pwc create any negative impact ..I have already left the company//Please advise ..I am really worried.

    Thanks

  20. aditi

    yaar, any idea result kb tk aaega??

    1. Rohit

      When my friend called Ibps on phone they said results of both PO & clerk will b released simultaneously in April.

    2. Priya

      May be in May

  21. aanchal

    any idea about po-3 cut off

  22. Nupur

    Sir, i am physically handicapped person and i have done graduation in 1999, recently i cracked ibps cwe III 2014. my score is 135. I want to know percentage of my chances of selection. pls suggest.

  23. DEEPTI

    Sir.. My IBPS RRB PO score is 113 in GENERAL category in the UP region.. Is there any chance of call for interview??

  24. DEEPTI

    SIR… I AM A BTECH – IT GRADUATE, PLACED AT INFOSYS..BUT NOT JOINED INFOSYS AND STARTED PREPARING FOR BANKS. I HAVE QUALIFIED IBPS PO EXAM..YOUR ARTICLE ABOUT THE INTERVIEW OF BTECH – IT GRADUATE.. IS A LITTLE SCARY….PLEASE HELP ME AND GUIDE ME..HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE INTERVIEW??

  25. ganesh

    Im working in a private bank as a clerk fir past 1 year that i have been mentioned in ibps po application and i cleared the exam.Is noc needed for attending interview.Do Noc is mandatory for govt bank employees only or for private banks too?

  26. priya

    Dear sir, I am a Post Graduate in Engineering and trying for the jobs in banking sector. I am pretty sure that i will crack my IBPS CLERK.. but am afraid to face my interview for the question they will ask ‘why joining banking after doing my pg’.

    The real reason is i tried for my assisstant proff in many colleges but i was denied since i was not able to bring any reference…pls help me resolve this possible question that they are going to ask me

  27. Veeramani

    I’m working in a private IT company .. Let me know please whether i need to produce NOC certificate … Let me know ASAP as my exam is on 22-01-2015

  28. PRATEEK

    SIR ONCE AGAIN U PROVED THAT U R THE BEST ,,,,I WAS SEARCHING FOR IBPS INTERVIEW QUESTION,,AND I GOT ALL MY DOUBT CLEARED HERE….SIR APKO PAIR CHUKAR PRANAM..

  29. dipa

    why do you want to join bank after doing msc in zoology.plz tell me answer of this question

  30. ravi

    i am BDS (dental surgeon) and cracked Ibps po this year , what should i say when they will ask ‘ you are a doctor why you want to join ‘ please help

  31. Saurav

    Dear sir, could you guess some question for IBPS AFO (agruculture officer)…..

  32. saurav

    IBPS AFO INTERVIEW

  33. Saurav

    Dear sir, could you guess some question for IBPS AFO (agruculture officer)…..I am agriculture engineer graduate.

  34. Mr. Ram

    ULTIMATE: 😀 😀 😀

    P1 told me to stop.

    P1 looks towards P2, but P2 & P3 kept drinking tea.

    P1 : You may go now.

  35. satyajyoti parida

    i am a 2013 btch graduate.. after dat 2014 was a loss to me as i got a fake campus palce ment. now in 2015 i have cleared rrb p.o nd interview is on 19th. nov 2015. nd i donot have any work experience after graduation… how shud i convince dem? actully along wid the fake campus i met witha n accident nd was bedridden for 2 months.. and the same year my father had undergone a serious heart surjery.. will i tell them these reasons.. wudnt it be monotonous?? help me please..

    1. Rahul Patil

      Just forget all this stuff…….and remember one thing…….the only good answer to tackle this question is…”I am(have been) preparing for bank exams after completing graduation”.

  36. anupam

    Sir I did my technical degree with chemical engineering and now I have interview in ICICI bank please suggest me how to tackle the question if interview will ask bank after chemical engineering? what should I give the answer?

  37. Mayank

    I did not get when the guy was saying that his english marks got halved. Can somebody help me understand that. Why did his marks got halved?

  38. virendra singh

    Hi mrunal
    I am a dentist .What kind of questions I should expect in MPPSC interview?

  39. Saurabh

    Case 5 was the best…. Lol

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