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    Job interview for Management teacher

    Here are set of three question assigned to Dr. Sanchita Ranjan

    Subject: Management

    There are total five members in interview board in which Rama rao is very senior member and he start to ask question.

    Dr. Sanchita enters into interview room and start conversation.

    Dr. Sanchita: Good morning sir,

    Rama Rao( senior member) : Good morning, please be seated.

    Dr. Sanchita: Thanks sir.

    Q1( Rama rao) : What do you think about how effectively you motivate students to develop interest in management?
    Dr. Sanchita: We can motivate student to develop an interest in management by not just teaching and explaining about management but instead giving them a real life experience.

    Q2( Rama rao) : How would you encourage your students to be risks takers or risk averse individuals?
    Dr. Sanchita: Risk taking and getting it wrong are seen as important moment on the journey to success. Failure always makes people strong. If you are taking risk in life that means you are going to be more strong in life. Iife is a journey in which risk taking people will have chances to get more success in life. We can convince them by sharing stories of famous people for example: Thompson edison was failed in making bulb. He tried 537 times for it and took risk in life. Then finally he got succeeded.

    Q3( Rama rao):Do you think long term aspiration is more important than short term accomplishments, If so, what advice would you give your student?
    Dr. Sanchita: No doubt, long term accomplishment is more important than short term aspiration because you will feel more satisfaction. I will give advice to student to plan long term accomplishments as at first it gives more security in life and helps in taking better decision and offers a hefty dose of daily motivation.

    This is my entry for Question- Answer interview challenge.
  • #766092
    The author presented a QA thread and the questions asked are very precise. The author made an attempt to answer all the questions in a detailed way. Management is a special subject and creating interest in this subject in a student really required a lot of work from the teacher.
    always confident

  • #766093
    Management is a very big subject as it covers so many aspects of managing in the business environment today. A manager having good management techniques can get more work from his subordinates and at the same time can inculcate lot of encouragement and motivation in them. A teacher in management subject is aware of the strength of the management education and has to make his students realise that. I agree that a management teacher has to bring in real life examples to make the students interested in the subject.
    In this interview the candidate has presented some good aspects regarding management education and how it is to be delivered to the students.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #766103
    Managing a task could be difficult if we loose track of some vital points to be employed in the management practices. It calls for excellent acumen ship for the proper visualisation of the different parameters connected to the business.
    The teachers dealing with the management courses should focus on all parameters influencing in the minds of pupils of the tomorrow's managers to take note of the points which could retardate/ augment their profits in case of omission of some of points.
    In the interview, the author has indicated some very interesting point ensuring a long term horizon for the completion of targets ignoring the daily fluctuations in terms of productivity.

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