Tips and tricks for your interview


  • Arrive on time
  • Carry all documents
  • Dress for your role
  • Watch your body Language
  • Have a Firm Handshake
  • Keep eye contact
  • Ask relevant questions when asked
  • Speak slowly and clearly
  • Smile – it conveys your interest
  • Do Your Homework


  • Not show up after confirming
  • Wear Athleisure
  • Initiate salary discussions in the first conversation
  • Speak ill of your previous employers
  • Have a negative approach
  • Fidget
  • Keep your phone on loud
  • Answer calls/messages
  • Be impatient
  • Feign Knowledge
  • Feign Knowledge

Steps to a great CV

  • Keep it short Your CV should be two pages or under. Being terse and to-the-point shows that you value time and can think analytically on the job.
  • Format & spell-check Your CV does not have to be fancy, but a badly formatted CV with spelling errors is a strict No-No.
  • Do not over or underplay your experience Do not write about things you do not have hands on experience in and vice versa. Both can trip you up during your interview.
  • Keep it professional Do not use colors, fonts, words, etc. which are not professional. Even if your CV is made for a creative role keep the flamboyance restricted to your portfolio.
  • Keep it relevant Redo your career goals, job objectives, etc. for every job or skip it. Always skip a declaration at the end. If it is coming from your inbox its declaration enough.