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Interview Tips


Tell me something about yourself
  • Why are you interested in this position? When doing your homework prior to then interview, make sure you are able to list key point of why you want this job.
  • What qualifications do you have for this position? During the preinterview prep, you can list some of your strengths and match them with qualities that are needed for the position.
  • How do you stay up to date in your field? You can state whatever materials, websites, journals that you use in your particular field.
  • What do you think of our company?
  • What skills do you bring that other candidates may not have? This is an ideal time to express experiences that are unique to you and no one else. Avoid generalizations and give specifics.
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Have a list prepared. Make sure you are able to say what your weakness are and how you are trying to improve on them.
  • What are your hobbies and outside interests? Have your hobbies, and outside interests prepare. What experiences have you gained from your previous jobs? Pick a few points and skills that you have obtained from your previous jobs.
  • What is your technique to approaching a difficult task?
  • How do you deal with a difficult co-worker?
  • Where do you want to be in 5 years?
  • I would like to be frank. Judge me from the work and I am sure you will put me right where I want to be. Describe your ideal career?
  • Talk of what you enjoy most your skills and natural talents. Do not specify your goal and any job titel. Why are you leaving your current job?
  • You should give two or three reasons for leaving.
  • Lack of challenge, focus on the limitations etc. Point out your ambition to prove your worth confidently. How do you manage your work to meet dead lines Answer the question effectively . Describe in detail how your plan out, set priorities, determine schedules, how you follow out to see the progress and meet the dead line. What salary do you expect?
  • (This is a tricky question to be answered carefully. Interviewers often accept people with realistic financial goals.) If you mention a salary that is low it shows that you are not up to the mark. If you mention too high you have ruined a chance to get a job. So the best is to ask for the salary they offer and then show your capacity, how your experience and qualification rate with what is offered.
  • Do you have any questions?
  • Be prepared to answer this question in advance. List out a few questions you wish to know more about. After you have faced the interview your logic will guide you to ask the question you really want to know more about.
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Recruitment For Garments And FMCG Industry

The Garment Industry is standing on the substratum of Fashion Industry. Fashion apparel is nothing but clothing that is in style at a particular time. The concept of fashion implies a process of style change, because fashions in garment has taken very different forms at different times in history.

This has led to an increase in demand of candidates with higher productivity and efficiency and enhanced design capabilities with expertise in garment manufacturing to help increase in productivity. They should not have have a sense of creativity, but also a passion to excel in this industry. It is a demanding sector that requires a combination of diligence as well as skill. 

India has a mature garment industry which in turn ensures that India has a vast body of trained manpower.

 
 
Some of the posts for which recruitment is done are:
  • Merchandisers, from executive to senior level
  • Apparel research and development personnel
  • Production Personnel
  • Quality Controllers
  • Pattern Technologists/ Masters
  • Production Managers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Floor Supervisors
  • Designers
  • Textile Designers
  • Fashion Designers
  • Computer Aided Design Technologists
  • Compliance Executives/Manager
  • Skilled and unskilled labor
  • Production and Maintenance supervisors for Spinning, weaving and Knitting
  • Processing labor for Yarns, Fabrics
  • Store manager
  • Purchase officers for Yarns, Fabrics, Trims & accessories
  • Marketing executives

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