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Precis Writing Solved Exercise for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation Classes, Competitive Exams, Solved Precis 13

Precis No. 13

An interview is a face to face situation. The applicant is “on guard” and careful to present the best face possible. At the same time he is tense, nervous and possibly frightened. Therefore, during the interview, tact and sensitivity can be very useful. The interviewer can get a better response if he creates a sense of ease and informality and hence uncovers clues to the interviewee’s motivation, attitudes, feeling, temperament etc. which are otherwise difficult to comprehend.

The fundamental step is establishing “rapport”, putting the interviewee at ease; conveying the impression that the interview is a conversation between two friends, and not a confrontation of employer and employee. One way to achieve this is by initially asking questions, not directly related to the job, that is, chatting casually about the weather, journey and so on.

Once, the interviewee is put at ease, the interviewer starts asking questions, or seeking information related to the job. Here again it is extremely important to lead up to complex questions gradually. Asking a difficult question in the beginning can affect subsequent interaction, particularly if the interviewee is not able to answer the question. Thus it is advisable to follow the simple to-complex sequence.

 

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Title : The Art of Interviewing

Precis : An interview is a face to face situation in which the interviewee should be careful to use tact and sensitivity to be effective. On the other hand, the interviewer can get a better response from the interviewee if he creates atmosphere of ease and informality. Once this rapport between the interviewer and interviewee is established, the course of interview from then on runs smooth.

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