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Your Feedback is Required for Interview Process

We have been getting some feedback on and off from some friends/readers that our interview questionnaire is too long and in some cases not well researched. Today we received another feedback on similar lines. So we decided to ask our readers via a poll to tell us bit more about how the interview should be constructed and how many questions ideally should be there, so the people who are replying to these questions don’t feel like giving an exam. The poll is on the Right Hand Side of this portal, which closes on July 7, 2008.
Please provide us your thoughts and feedback. Thanks

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