SEBI Interview is the third and final stage of the SEBI selection process for the post of Assistant Manager. Only the candidates who will qualify SEBI Phase-II online examination will be called for the interview. This interview has a weightage of 15% of the total marks. The final merit list will be declared on the SEBI official website based on the phase-II and interview’s combined marks.
Candidates must know that the interview is not just about the knowledge, it is also about your personality, skills and experience and physiology. There will be experienced people to judge you whether you are a deserving candidate for the post or not.
There are few things that a candidate should follow while preparing for SEBI Interview in his/her preparation days as well as on the day of Interview:
In the SEBI Grade 'A' interview, expect a majority of questions that test your areas of specialization you are appearing for. These areas can be broadly divided as follows:
To start with, apart from the personal questions about your hobbies, strengths, weakness, career goals, and achievements, and so on, you need to be thoroughly prepared with all the details given by you in your resume. Sometimes, the interviewer might ask you to tell something that is not mentioned in your resume. In such cases, what they are primarily checking is your articulation and discriminating abilities.
Based on your graduation discipline you can expect basic level questions on the same. In case you have prior work experience, then expect questions like reasons for leaving your previous job and why do you want to shift to SEBI. So what is needed here is a logical answer convincing enough to justify your shift.
This area is especially important if you are a fresher. You should expect questions on the core subjects of your specialization. For instance, a commerce graduate should be prepared with questions on Accounts, Business Studies, Organizational Research, etc.
Questions on banking and finance test your basic knowledge about key concepts, historical evolution, and the working of important institutions like SEBI, RBI, NABARD, etc.
The interview panel expects the candidates to have a fair knowledge of recent developments in fields affecting the capital market in India and across the world.
The interview will be more of a discussion rather than a one-on-one conversation. We hope our advice will be helpful to you to prepare for the SEBI Exam and get through all the stages of the SEBI exam. We wish you all the best for your journey.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.