Many aspirants are now asking about the medium of language in the interviews, for the forthcoming banking interviews, what should be their medium while replying to interviewers questions, it should be in Hindi or it should be in English? It’s a very common query but an important one. Over a period we have seen that in Bank PO or Bank Clerk interviews, medium does not really make any difference.
Important thing is clarity of thoughts and correct reply. Even if you are not aware of answers of a few questions, it is not going to make any difference. So, you should prepare for your interviews in the medium in which you are strong. Even a mix of Hindi & English also works. So start your preparation and it would be wise to prepare structured answers of few of the common questions. Let me tell you normally more than 50% questions which are quite common in nature can be well prepared in advance with structured answers. Practice the reply of some of the questions given below in front of mirror or among your family & friends which can give you a feel of real interviews.
Ø What are your strong & weak points?
Ø Give an example of a situation you found yourself in and what did you do?
Ø How will you handle the situation if an experienced and old employee misbehaves with you in office?
Ø What are your hobbies?
Ø Why did you leave your previous job?
Ø Where do you see yourself five years down the line?
Ø How many marks will you give yourself out of 10 for this interview?
Ø Why should we hire you into our organization?
Ø Do you support privatization of banks and why?
Ø Who is governor of RBI?
Ø What is CRR?
Ø What was the name of first bank established in
Ø What are the tools with RBI to control liquidity in market?
Ø What is the difference between Savings account and Current account?
Ø What significant trends do you see in the future of the bank industry?