This is one of the basic questions that has been coming in the minds of all those candidates who are going to appear for the Interviews be it IBPS PO or IBPS clerks or RRB clerk or officer scale I. a lot of candidates have appeared in the IBPS RRB and IBPS PO examination this time and the result of RRBs have been declared. This is the common question that the candidates would like to know before their interview. This is of universal value and will be valid for any number of years to come. Once the candidates understand it, this will be useful at any interview. Recently the IBPS also released the result for IBPS PO IV examination and candidates who have been declared qualified for the examination are now waiting for the interviews to be conducted. Candidates will be issued their IBPS Interview call letters which they would need to produce at the time of interview.
Method of greeting interviewers and how to enter the room in Interview
Candidates must be well dressed. While this is not required as they only check your personality but it is good practice not to give them any chance to reject you on any basis. Candidates should look formal and while entering the interviewers’ cabin they must knock at the door. This is very important that candidates should not enter the room without knowing it. Once the interviewer says “come in” and you can enter the room. Candidates must greet the interviews with Good morning/ good afternoon as the time of the day and this greeting should cover all the interviews at once. I mean it should be like “Good Morning sirs” or “good Morning/ evening Madams”. This will be enough. If the interviewing panel consist of one lady and other male interviewers then candidates can wish the males interviews with “Good morning/ evening sirs” and the female interviewer individually as “Good morning Madam”.
Candidates should wait for one of the interviewers to say to sit before they can take their seat at the interview. When to take your seat, feel relaxed and it straight. When they ask you questions try to give the answers as per your best knowledge about the field.