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Our PGPDM student, Krishna Punyakoti, talks about applying for jobs and cracking interviews

Getting an interview call for that dream job you always wanted, in the field of your interest is definitely a step in the right direction. But it is unfortunately not the end of the road that will take you to your destination as you still need to crack that interview.

We had Krishna Punyakoti (a student who successfully completed the Postgraduate Program in Data Science and Machine Learning (PGPDM), by the University of Chicago’s Graham School, the professional division of one of the top-ranked universities in the US; IBM, the global technology leader; and Jigsaw Academy, India’s top online school for analytics) talk to the current batch about how he applied for jobs and how he managed to crack some interviews.

Here is a compilation of all the tips, in videos, where he speaks about how to get that perfect resume done and some important interview skills to ace an interview:

Cracking interviews: Tip 1 – Get your basics right

Cracking interviews: Tip 2 – Acing international interviews

Cracking interviews: Tip 3 – Using ATS to apply for a job

Cracking interviews: Tip 4 – Never underestimate the interviewer

Cracking interviews: Tip 5: Being hired is not limited to the JD

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