- Why should i take you in TCS?
Whether your interviewer asks you this question explicitly or not, this is the most important question of your interview because he must answer this question favorably in is own mind before you will be hired. so help him out. Walk through each of the position’s requirement as you understand them, and follow each with a reason why you meet that requirement so well.
As i am good team player, innovative and dedicated to work, i can prove it to you that you will never regret after hiring me. With my positive attitude towards life and work i can assure you that my work will never let you down.
- Would you be willing to relocate if required?
You should be clear on this with your family prior to the interview if you think there is a chance it may come up. Do not say yes just to get the job if the real answer is no. This can create a lot of problems later on in your career. Be honest at this point and save yourself future grief.
- If you are rejected today, then what will you do?
Well this question does not mean that they are rejecting you. So don’t get dishearten. This is more like a stress question to judge how you react during a stress situation. This could also be because they want to know your other plans like if you have also applied for other companies or if you are very adamant about joining TCS. Either ways it does not mean that they are going to reject you. And make sure your answer is positive.
- Do you have any questions for me?
Job hunters need to know whether a potential position is a good fit for them professionally and culturally. To do that, they need to find out all they can about a potential employer’s company or department. To help you in this endeavor, here are the questions you should ask during initial job interviews .By taking this list with you to that next job interview , you’ll be able to ask the right question to help you determine whether the company will be a good fit for your talents and expectations.
- Why is this position open?
- Can you explain a typical day in this role?
- What is the company policies regarding training ?
- Would the job description assigned to me be based on my interest area?
- Could you describe the work culture (do people work time , overtime, etc…)
- What are the personal growth opportunities (such as leadership training , company supported community work , mentoring, and so on)?
- What is the training budget?
- How many employee do you have?