Tips for College Service Commission Interview




Colleges (College Service Commission) require a personal interview with the students to meet with members of the admissions and faculty staff.   Interviews with   the admissions and faculty officer   further evaluate the applicant’s strengths. In addition, they offer the applicant an opportunity to answer questions about the knowledge base and to demonstrate personal communication skills.

The West Bengal College Service Commission
Before making a decision about what questions to attend, most applicants find it useful to visit books after books. In fact, most colleges and universities arrange such interviews and encourage prospective students to get an idea of the style of life and learning at the particular institution.


So, The College service interview is no Q & A but better communications. So, here I give you few tips:


1.        Be controlled even being nervous. Be upbeat and positive. Never be negative.

2.        Reread your best learned topics.

3.         Motivate the interviewers towards your playing ground.

4.        Introduce your qualifications, good work habits, works, PhD, MPhil etc.

5.        Your weaknesses can be strength if you plainly admit it.

6.        Give a powerful teaching on your chosen subject. During teaching, treat interviewers as your students.








Good Luck!                                      
                            

         

Ardhendu De

        

Comments

  1. thanks. i am already feeling jittery because these three years i have taught paradise lost and Riders to the sea as a contractual lecturer , but i am still unsure about what deadly questions can come up.

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  2. Thanks Monami for your comment. Hope your interview covers a wide variety of subjects, such as manufacturing, mining, utilities, construction, transportation, information, finance and insurance, real estate, health care, educational services, and finally, arts and literature! I’m joking. Be relaxed and face the interview. Good luck!

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  3. apart from demo teaching can you tell wht general questions they can sk from eng lit or what is the general trend?

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