HUL supply chain internship interview
Make sure the formatting is crisp.
Do not forget to highlight important points
Address the group as a whole. Maintain eye contact with everyone.
A common myth as far as GDs are concerned is that the person who talks the most goes through. You might talk for 20 minutes straight and still might not make it through if you do not put across relevant points.
Think before you speak. Only speak if you have something that would really add value to the discussion. Avoid repeating or reframing points that have been already made by other members.
Listen to other people. Always remember that the group as a whole is being judged.
Keep a track of noteworthy points made by other members by writing them down on a notepad. This will help you conclude better and ensures that you don't miss out on anything important.
The most important aspect, make sure that the group comes to a conclusion. The whole exercise of the GD is to come to a decision and not just analysis.
A basic knowledge of all courses that you have completed is expected and most of the questions are application based. So brushing up all your course would definitely help.
Do some background research on the companies. Employers are generally pleased if you quote facts related to company you are interviewing for and it also shows that you have done you homework and that you are genuinely interested in the position they have to offer.
- Talking Ability
- Ability To Think Out Of The Box
- Ability To Deal Diplomatically
- Ability To Justify
- Ability To Improvise
- Ability To Think On Your Feet
- Ability To Think Of Creative Solutions
- Ability To Think Beyond Boundaries
- Ability To Convince
- Ability To Express Your Ideas
- Ability To Be Involved In Hands On Work
- Ability To Analyse
Make sure your subject basics are good. <br />
Try to attend Mock GDs. It will help you practice and analyse your wea