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  • MADE EASY conducts interview guidance programs for PSUs, IITs, BARC, NITIE, SSB (Technical) and various other technical recruitment examination.
  • Interview classes are held twice a week throughout the year where students are trained in technical as well as HR aspects.
  • Optimum quality content for interview preparation consists of theory concepts and previous interview questions as well.
  • After the completion of classroom training candidates are provided with 2-3 Mock Interview sessions which are followed by expert feedback and video recording.

The Following salient features of the program illustrate the sheer hard work, commitment, systematic, well-coordinated, untiring efforts, passion and expertise which Mr. B. Singh and his expert team exhibit in the planning and execution of this program. The success of the program can be gauged by looking at the past records of results from MADE EASY in IES and PSUs. All this is a reflection of attitude and eye for detail and unflinching desire for perfection of Mr. Singh and his team which shows in all endeavors that they make.

The salient features of the program are:

  • Technical Round:  Technical Round of Interview is an important part of the selection procedure in any public sector undertaking or in the Govt. Dept. In the Interview Guidance Program by MADE EASY, Technical knowledge is imparted by experts from several reputed organizations such as ISRO, NTPC, DRDO, BHEL, ONGC, BSNL and IES officers to strengthen the technical fundamentals, keeping in mind the requirements of an interview. Importance is also given to application based technical understanding, which is frequently tested in Technical Interviews.
  • Current National & International Affairs: MADE EASY's Panel of National and International Affairs include senior journalists and reporters from reputed news agencies like THE TIMES OF INDIA, THE HINDU to provide exclusive training on national and international affairs. Seminars are conducted to boost the level of confidence and to generate awareness about national, international issues, world economy, business strategies, sports and market status etc.
  • Group Discussion: Through the Written Test your technical knowledge and aptitude have already been tested, now your attitude and your overall personality are tested through Group Discussion. The main objective of conducting a Group Discussion during the Interview Guidance Program is to provide a simulation of a real time GD and to give feedback to the students on team spirit, body language, communication skills and group dynamics.
  • Mock Interviews: At the end of the Interview Guidance Program, we provide no. of mock interviews conducted by a team of Technical Experts, Psychologists, Academicians and People from Administrative backgrounds. Interviews are conducted in a similar fashion and in the format of UPSC interviews. The interview is visually recorded and shown to the candidate so that he/she can capitalize on the positive aspects and strengths of his/her personality and also improve on gray areas and weaknesses.
  • Psychological Stress Interviews: Psychological Experts and Personality Trainers of Made Easy analyze the psychology and personality of an aspirant by putting him under stress situations and help him/her to overcome personality lacunae. Interviewers study the mindset of the interviewee with respect to the applied job and provide feedback to the aspirant in turn helping him/her towards better performance.

Expert Tips for Success in Interviews:

  • Be Prepared. The key to doing well in an interview is your preparedness. The interview is a test of your personality. Nobody knows your personality better than you. The Interview Guidance Program at MADEEASY also provides you a list of questions from technical areas to prepare you better for the answers.
  • Keep Your Answers Brief and Concise. Your responses to the questions asked during an interview should be precise and logical. Unless asked to give more detail, limit your answers to one to two minutes per question. Be well-prepared with the answers and see how long it takes you to fully answer a question.
  • Include Concrete, Quantifiable Data. Interviewees tend to talk in generalities. For an instance, Rather than saying, “I am a hardworking person” it is always better to substantiate your point with some instances from your past where you have worked hard and achieved a difficult target. Unfortunately, generalities often fail to convince interviewers that the applicant has these assets. Include measurable information and provide details about specific accomplishments while discussing about your strengths.
  •  Sell Key Strengths. It’s essential that you comfortably and confidently articulate your strengths. Explain how the strengths relate to your career objective and show synchronization between your long term and short term goals. If you repeat your strengths, then they will be remembered and—if supported with quantifiable accomplishments—they will more likely believe.
  • Make a List of Your Skills and Key Assets. In preparing for interviews, make a list of your skills and key assets. Then reflect on past jobs and pick out one or two instances when you used those skills successfully.
  • Image is Often as Important as Content. What you look like and how you say something are just as important as what you say. Studies have shown that 65 per cent of the conveyed message is non-verbal; gestures, physical appearance, and attire are highly influential during job interviews.
  • Ask Questions at the end. The types of questions you ask and the way you ask them can make a tremendous impression on the interviewer. Good questions require advance preparation. Just as you plan how you would answer an interviewer’s question, write out specific questions you want to ask. Then look for opportunities to ask them during the interview. Don’t ask about benefits or salary.
  •  Maintain a Conversational Flow. By consciously maintaining a conversational flow—a dialogue instead of a monologue—you will be perceived more positively. Use feedback questions at the end of your answers and use body language and voice intonation to create a conversational interchange between you and the interviewer.
  • Be Formally Dressed up. Professional attire creates a first impression and signifies professionalism and seriousness in a candidate. Decent formal attire upholds the attitude and character of the candidate
  • Have a Positive Outlook and Be Well-poised. Maintain a positive attitude and approach even under stressed situations. Listening skills are as important as Communication skills. A Good Speaker should always be a Good Listener. The candidate should exhibit leadership qualities such as: Sound technical knowledge, team motivator, initiator, effective team utilization, appreciative towards the views and ideas of team members, Professional ethics, result oriented and managerial skills. Be careful about your Body Language. Maintain a correct sitting posture. Eye Contact plays a very important role in interviews as well in Group Discussions. It signifies the confidence level and honesty in the approach of a candidate. Carry energetic disposition. Wish the board cheerfully and maintain an energetic personal disposition throughout the interview.


MADE EASY TEAM wishes you All the Best for your Preparation.



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