Sunday, 23 June 2013

Interview questions for EC/EE/ME/IT/IS/ME/CS

Hi, friends here are the some (100) interview questions 


Q: Describe yourself.


Q: Tell me about your educational background?


Q: What do you know about the organization?


Q: How would you do justice to the job?


Q: What are your weaknesses?


Q: What are your salary expectations for this job?


Q: What are the projects you have ever undertaken?


Q: What do you do in leisure?


Q: Do you want to ask anything from us?


Q: What are your hobbies?


Q: Why do you want to go into this field?


Q: Describe one of the technical problems you had to solve.


Q: How would you develop yourself in this type of Structural Engineer role?


Q: Do you have any experience in developing technical specifications?


Q: What are the differences between vector and array?


Q: What experience have you had in writing technical materials?


Q: What is the thing you dislike the most in the world? Why?


Q: What does success mean to you?


Q: How do you define failure?Q: How do you define arrogance? Are you arrogant?


Q: What role are you ready to take in a group?


Q: Who has been an inspiration for you?


Q: What is more important to you, money or success?

Q: What were some of your most important engineering achievements


Q: Can you name some engineers that you knew or worked with?


Q: Can you describe how engineering generally has changed during your lifetime?


Q: Why do you want this job?


Q: Why do you want to work with this organization?


Q: Where do you see yourself five years down the line?


Q: What are your strengths?


Q: How do you pursue your hobbies?


Q: What has been your greatest achievement?


Q: What has been your greatest failure?


Q: How do you take challenges?


Q: Are you willing to work in shifts?


Q: What is the thing you like the most in the world? Why?


Q: What kind of person are you?


Q: Rate yourself on a scale of 10.


Q: Why did you choose _________ as your major/subjects?


Q: Are you willing to travel?


Q: Why are you leaving the organization you work for?


Q: How much time do you need to join the organization?


Q: Are you aggressive?


Q: What makes you a good manager?


Q: What motivates you the most?


Q: What skills and abilities do you have?


Q: Is there anything you want to ask?


Q: Design a four-input NAND gate using only two-input NAND gates.


Q: What experience have you had in working with field forces?


Q: Tell us about your experience with computer-aided design software.


Q: Where were your early contributions in your engineering work — planning, design, construction, operation, writing, teaching, and research?

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