Mar 192011
 

Candidate: May I come in, sir?

Interviewer: Come in please….. have a seat.

Candidate: Thanks.

Interviewer: Please tell us something about you.

Candidate: I passed 12th from CBSE with 75% marks. Now I am doing graduation from University of Delhi. I am also doing a part time job as a computer operator. My hobbies are watching cricket and listening to music.

Interviewer: Where are you working?

Candidate: I am working at the office of a chartered accountant in CP.

Interviewer: How much salary are you taking?

Candidate: Rs.3000/- per month.

Interviewer: Why do you want to leave that job?

Candidate: Firstly it is a part time job and I want to do a full time job. Secondly I am not interested in accounting.
Interviewer: You are doing graduation. How will you be able to do a full time job?

Candidate: I am doing graduation through correspondence. Therefore I am able to do a full time job.

Interviewer: Why do you want to join a call centre?

Candidate: I like to talk to others. Moreover, career prospectus are bright in a big company. Talent is valued here.

Interviewer: Cricket is one of your hobbies. Now tell me, who is better batsman – Sehwag or Brian Lara?

Candidate: In my opinion Lara is more experienced and a better batsman.

Interviewer: Which type of music do you like to listen to?

Candidate: I enjoy both classical and pop music.

Interviewer: Why do Punjabi pop songs are more popular in India than songs of any other Indian language?

Candidate: They are melodious and foot-tapping

Interviewer: Who is your favourite family member?

Candidate: My father is my favourite.

Interviewer: Why is he your favourite?

Candidate: He is hard-working and wise. Now and then he sits with us and gives friendly guidance.

Interviewer: If you are made the chief minister of Delhi state what would be your first two steps?

Candidate: To remove illegal encroachments from the city and ensure parking places in each colony.

Interviewer: And if you become God for one day tell us one thing you would like to do.

Candidate: To create a new world without violence.

Interview: How many buttons does your shirt have?

Candidate: Sorry sir, I never counted them.

Interviewer: When did Akbar the great land on moon?

Candidate: Actually he never landed on moon. He was king of India, a great mogul.

Interviewer: What is your weak point?

Candidate: Eating spicy food.

Interviewer: What is the main strength of your personality?

Candidate: The ability to talk to any person without hesitation.

Interviewer: Where do you see yourself after five years?

Candidate: Working in your company at a senior position.

Interviewer: Speak a few sentences on ‘a bunch of ripe bananas’.

Candidate: It reflects a healthy and zestful life. It also fills us with a feeling of togetherness. A spirit of cooperation among employees makes them more useful and valuable. . If we work in a team we become very competitive. Therefore join hands and move forward with confidence.

Interviewer: I am impressed with your answers. Would you like to have your appointment letter just now and join the company from the first of coming month.

Candidate: Definitely. Thanking you a lot for giving me an opportunity to serve the company.

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  40 Responses to “Candidate Appearing for an Interview – English Conversation”

  1. very interesting conversation

  2. Vry nice conversation… vry smartly tackeled by candidate…

  3. This is good guide to me

  4. very fantastic conversation

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  6. thanks for brightening our speaking skill

  7. thanx it was usefull for me

  8. realy exlent…..

  9. it was nice and useful to me.i just impressed.thanks for this conversation.

  10. this conv is very useful to me

  11. It was sch a nice cnversatn

  12. it is very useful for my communication records

  13. I know about what’s going on internview and how we may give answer to them. I impressed with the questions and answers.

  14. i impressed with this conversation between interviewer and candidate

  15. it is good conversation. I like it very much. Keep it up

  16. Its good conversation.Easy to understand it for begins who willing to learn

  17. Really Super

  18. Really Super:::::::

  19. I LIKE THIS CONVERSATION

  20. Hello sir/madam,

    With the above conversation, i learnt little bit how to face an interview.

    Thank you.

  21. Hi sir/mam…

    M doing job but want to improve mah english…is it possible to take sunday classes….

  22. Today i learn about interview thank you so much

  23. i want this jobs

  24. i m very feared of interviews..wat shud i do. Pls help.

  25. It’s very Nice & help full Conversations…………..<3

  26. it will be very helpful

  27. nice & helpful conversation to others

  28. it was a very nice conversation …… these are the lines which are commonly asked in most of the interviews

  29. Very helpful for facing interview first time.
    Thanks.

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  31. nice one…………

  32. really very nice conversation between both persons.today i have to learn something.Thanks.

  33. nice

  34. good collection

  35. salary must be more

  36. i impressed with this conversation between interviewer and candidate

  37. how to take an interview for the post of hr executive

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