Job Viva: 8 tips to get better at job viva.

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Job Viva: 8 tips to get better at job viva: It is difficult to get the job of your choice. Because it is difficult for job seekers to know what kind of people the employers are actually looking for. Job seekers can’t decide exactly what kind of people they want to hire. 

The recruitment system in the institutions is changing rapidly. Face-to-face interviews are still a big issue for any job. Employers of big companies think that viva plays an important role in any job. 

The ability to answer a question face to face in front of a person or in front of a panel can build or end one’s career. So the chances of anyone getting a job depends a lot on how well you do in the viva. 

Here are some suggestions on how to do well in Viva:  

 

Do research: 

You need to know as much as possible about who will be interviewing you. Those who will be interviewed, what are their designation, what are they like – if you can know as much as possible about them, Viva Board can put itself far ahead. You need to know the details of the company you want to work for.  

You need to know what the organization is working on, what are the goals and objectives, who are the proprietors, what is their income and expenditure in a year, what is their economic status, who are the main competitors of the organization. The best way to find out is through the organization’s website. Take notes, find out the names of the employers and ask yourself some questions. 

At the end of the interview, when you are given the opportunity to ask questions, ask questions in such a way that your interviewees understand that you know the organization well.

It will be easier for you to be interviewed if you know the details of where you are going to work. You can easily answer their questions and be confident.

 

There is no substitute for practice: 

Practice Makes a Man Perfect – Practice and practice make one perfect day by day. You need to make a list of the types of questions you may have. Possible answers must also be considered. If you do not understand what kind of questions may be asked, you can take the help of the internet. 

There are thousands of websites on the Internet, where samples of the questions that are usually asked in interviews are available with answers. It is better for your answers to be like a story than a theory. Tell the story that you have the qualifications that are required for the job. 

I can do these things – you can give examples of work without saying so. Let them know when, where, and how you demonstrated your skills. In this way, the interviewer will understand how important you were in your previous job, and how much you are qualified for the new job. 

 

 

 

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Take care of your clothes: 

First the philosopher, then the judge – even though it is old, it is applicable in many cases. Intelligent employers often make decisions within 30 seconds of the start of the interview. No matter how good an interview you give, if the interviewers get annoyed with your outfit, it will not bring you anything good at all. 

The company you go to for work may not care much about clothing. Yet they do not expect at least that you will go after the jeans in the interview. Wear clothes that are comfortable to look at. Recruitment experts prefer the white colour in this regard. It is better to wear light coloured clothes than colourful clothes. But whatever the colour of the dress, white or blue, it must not be wrinkled. The interview dress should be clean and tidy. 

Handshake with confidence: 

The wise employers in the job but considering the type of handshake also consider a lot of things. This is usually done after the candidate enters the interview room. A positive, confident and professional person will never shake hands with trembling, dull hands. 

Again, during the handshake, the hand cannot be held too tightly. It will make you think that you are aggressive and authoritarian as a person or person who is good at forcing others. If necessary, you can also practice handshakes with friends. Ask friends if you are putting too much pressure on their hands during a handshake or if you are holding their hands too gently. Practice handshaking properly. 

And the person you are talking to during the interview, you must look him in the eye and talk. On the other hand, looking down or looking down and talking to someone is a kind of rudeness. Be sure to keep a tissue in your pocket or bag. Remember, no one likes to hold hands wet with sweat. 

 

 

 

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Be Cheerful:  

Numerous questions are swirling in your head, your chest is throbbing, you are in a state of forgetting your own name due to various fears — then it is a little difficult to smile. But smiling is a world-renowned gesture, as you can easily tell, I am an open-hearted person and I am happy to be here. So as soon as you enter the interview room, keep a smile on your face, answer every question with a smile. 

Another thing to keep in mind when it comes to body language is to never bend over backwards during the interview. Sit up straight all the time. 

 

Control yourself: 

Breathe deeply a few times before entering the interview room. Adrenaline can bring you success as well as defeat. You may have taken all kinds of preparations, but due to nervousness you forgot everything during the interview or your hands started sweating in such a way that it was useless to practice handshake with friends. If this is the case for you, take a few deep breaths before entering the interview room.  

Make a plan in your mind what to do if you go inside. Properly used, it will help you to have a good interview. Experts say that the interview is better if you pay attention to the answers you have prepared without panicking during the interview. 

 

 

 

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Be charismatic: 

Dermat Rooney, the owner of a British construction company, said face-to-face interviews were a golden opportunity to present oneself to others. Here you have the opportunity to give another person a good idea about yourself. You can highlight the direction of your passion. 

So before you go for an interview, think once and for all, what are your most unique characteristics? Think carefully about your personality and interests. Think about it, for some reason you are different from others. Also, do not forget to emphasize the work. 

Why you want the job, how much you like the job, how much you will benefit if you get the job – these things will be repeated. These words of yours can have a positive effect on the opinion of the interviewer. 

 

Don’t lose confidence:  

Don’t give up until the interview is over. If you think you have fallen into the deep sea after hearing the question, you can’t find the shore, there is no possibility of getting this job, but don’t panic. You may feel that the people taking the viva or interview are not like you, or there is no hope of getting this job, but don’t give up until the viva is over. 

Who knows, maybe you can answer the next question very well! So do not panic and face all the questions with confidence. You will see that you have got the job.

 

 

 

 

 

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