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K R Lakshminarayanan
K R Lakshminarayanan
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appearance content expression
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content: information ability expression: talking
1. subject knowledge 1. communicating ability:
2. general knowledge · language knowledge
· environment · language use
3. values · nonverbal language
4. opinions · listening
5. career objective 2. discussion ability:
3. mental makeup:
· team play
4. psychological makeup:
Note: The items listed here are not discrete; they are not independent
of each other. Throughout the interview, there’ll be a constant
interplay between and among them. All the same, they are
listed here separately for the sole purpose of identifying them
for you to know the areas and their constituents so that you use
these different abilities to perform to your satisfaction and to
the satisfaction of your interviewer[s].
Be specific about hobbies: gardening, photography, coin/currency collection, (not listening to music, watching TV, reading novels, spending time with friends)
College life has taught me how to be polite and courteous to superiors. I have also learnt that patience and compromise are essential to realizing goals.
College hostel life has taught me how to be awake during nights and not feel tired next morning. I have also learnt that patience is a virtue while speaking to strangers.
My seminar experience helped me get rid of my stage fear and enabled me to come out of my shell. I realised that I could also use English as well as others, if not better. This has also enabled me to go beyond the syllabus and learn to use the library to strength my knowledge base.
My teachers and batchmates were very understanding and helped me grow as a person and as a student. I am sure a similar atmosphere prevails in your organisation.
As a team player in my Department Association, I have learnt to appreciate the need to complete a job within a time frame, to interact with outside world courteously and patiently and not to allow my ego to come between my task and me.
When I joined college, I was shy and would not easily mix with others. Jerome, a close friend of mine now, was the one who showed me that I could be like anybody else and achieve things. So when I get an opportunity, I will do for someone what Jerome did for me.
I have learnt that having an opinion different from others is not wrong but not respecting the individuality is.
From my history teacher, I learnt to give equal importance to others and their ideas, and I became a good listener.
My college life taught me that being aloof or shy drives others away from you makes you feel lonelier and you become a problem to yourself.
I was lucky to have good teachers. They were good subject-wise and guided us in the right direction with a friendly attitude, without using their authority. Because of them, I have developed a positive attitude towards others, seeing the good side of others rather than their weak side.