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--Yes you may come in, Mr Harrison.
Good Morning Sirs
--Very good morning. Please sit down.
So you have applied for all the posts.
--No Sir, I am interested in the post of Technical Assistant.
Oh I see. Can I have a look at your CV.
--Sure sir. It's here.
Your did well in Arts. Why did you switch to science.
--I did well in arts, Sir, but the interest was only up till the school level.
So you lost interest suddenly?
--It's not that, please let me explain.
Ya, go ahead.
--I did well because of my command over language and liked to read historical accounts as stories, but I felt I didn't have the kind of interest that is required for higher studies in the subjects.
I see. So you decided to join Polytechnic.
--Sir, I appeared in the State Test and earned a seat in the institute.
Which City you like the most?
--My hometown, Madrid.
Do you go there regularly?
--Quite often Sir.
In case of job, how will you manage. Won't the organisation suffer because of frequent leaves?
--Sir, even as a student I went just for a week, twice a year, once in Christmas and the other occasion is my parents' marriage anniversary that falls in July. I think this much vacation an employee is entitled to get.
Well, we are quite liberal. And you will get an entire month of leave every year in December.
--That's a good policy Sir.
I think you have presented yourself fairly well in the interview.
--Sir, may I expect a favourable response.
I think you should.
--Thanks a lot Sir.
[*When more than one person is in the room for interview, address them collectively as Sirs, and not say Good morning to everybody after the other, as some fools do.]