Introduce Yourself to Freshers can be quite a challenging question. Isn’t It? So Freshers, precisely just college pass outs, we all know “well-begun half done! Or ‘the first impression is the best impression’
In the interview process Introduce Yourself or tell me about yourself is an unavoidable part of the warm-up session. Here is the 5 thumb rule on how to Introduce Yourself.
About You: Here you must say who you are, like your name in full, where are you from, etc but in concise, precise, and attractive words. I think if you can give one key sentence about you will be highly appreciated. Sell yourself self-without any inhibition or with a high tone of enthusiasm.
Your Education: Here you must be selective; the last and the relevant details must be shared without any fail. What you have learned from that phase of education can also be mentioned. If you have a distinction or first-class that you can refer here. Don’t miss the name of the institution. The year of passing also can be mentioned.
Your Hobbies & Accomplishments: The best part is to sell yourself in the process. It is going to give an impression of your total personality. It’s, in fact, a showcase of your personality. Don’t miss anything relevant to the job. Present it with self-esteem and interest.
Your Family: this would give an overall idea about you to the employer. Because many of the experts have a say that this is not at all needed. However, when you do this with few relevant statements about your parents and siblings it would add color to your personality. But it’s not time for storytelling or history sharing. Please make sure that your job demands this part or not before attending the interview from reliable sources. Be decisive and choosy in this part.
Your Ambition(s): Here you need more intelligence, not to say how many years you are going to work there if you got the job. However, give an impression that you are ambitious and have definite plans for your future.
Hope these points would give you a clear idea of how to make an impressive and valid self-introduction before the interview panel. If you can make it, rest of the journey, you can do with more ease and confidence.