Suppose we given tour advance to party how to treat entry and which head have to given expenditure?
Explain what journal entry pass in case of vat refundable and in case of vat payable?
What is meant by spin-off?
Tell me Which company is coded in SENSEX?
How to explain the reasons to quit my previous job and what are the better reasons to quit my job?
Suppose in Baance sheet Furniture is given @ rs.1200000. and an adjustment tells that half of the building is used for residential purpose... then what is treatment in accounts?
What is difference between budget & budgeting?
If Sales is Rs 1000 (Inclusive of Vat), Vat Rate - 20%, What is Vat Payable?
What is the difference between journal voucher and contra?
Suppose we are a trading company providing devices and some times after sales service. when any defect came we just replace the hardware from another defective device and getting the payment from the customer. how can we account that? is there any tax implications for this?
Can we do ca without maths as a subject?
What is TDS And Sale tax retrun?
What is the Bank Reconciliation? And How we can do its entry in busy Software?
Suppose we are selling a device for 6000 and the company want to replace that device with a new device which is a bit more than the prior price say 7000. how we can account this?
Wages are posted twice and what is the entry for that?
What is the TDS deduction & Service charges for FY 2011- 2012?
Maximum retail price rs.100 including vat 12.5 % what is basic price?
What is the difference of Fund Flow Statement and Cash Flow Statement?
What is golden rules of account?
Why do you want to be an accountant?
Why did you choose the A-levels you did?
Were you happy with the grades you achieved at A-level?
How did you chose your university?
What qualities have you got that would make you a good accountant?
Why have you applied to our firm?
What have you read in the newspapers in the last few days that particularly interested you?
What other careers are you considering?
Tell me about a situation where you showed determination?
What is your greatest achievement and why?
Are there any questions you would like to ask?
How many invoices on average do you handle on a weekly/monthly basis?
What are the steps to take before you approve an invoice for payment?
What information do you require before you approve an invoice for payment?
Tell me about an invoice discrepancy you discovered and how you resolved it.
Have you ever been involved in an invoice dispute? How did you manage the problem?
Explain the accounts payable cycle.
What accounts payable applications are your familiar with?
Detail your responsibilities in accounts receivable.
What role did you play in collections?
What software applications have your used for accounts receivable?
What information is included in a bill for services?
What was your average accounts receivable days outstanding/days sales outstanding?
What are the most important goals of accounts receivable?
Which accounting applications are your familiar with?
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the different accounting packages/systems you have used recently in your accountant jobs.
Give me examples of the accounting reports you have prepared.
Describe any accounting process that you have developed or revised.
What do you consider to be the biggest challenge facing the accounting profession today?
Other accounting interview questions to expect when you interview for an accountancy job include:
What is the relationship between cost accounting financial accounting and managerial accounting?
What is the difference between cost accounting management accounting and financial accounting?
Where the financial accounting fails the cost accounting for is rescue but still there are some limitations deficiencies in the system?
What are the effects of international accounting standards on accounting practices of developing nations?
Does the accounting system appear to facilitate one specialty from financial, auditing, or cost managerial or tax accounting over the others?
What is the difference of Cost Accounting and Financial Accounting?
What is the distinction between cost accounting and management accounting?
What is the difference between financial accounting and management accounting?
What is the difference between the accrual accounting and cash accounting?
When a company s accounting year-ends on a day that is other than the end of the calendar year what is called in accounting?
Is there a difference between accounting for conversion of bonds and accounting for the conversion of preferred stock?
Is push down accounting accepted under generally accepted accounting standards?
Key Difference between Indian accounting standards and international accounting standards is..
What are the items that are to be debited in accounting and what are the items that are to be credited in accounting?
Is an "account receivable" and "goodwill" real accounts in accounting?
Why do users of accounting Information need accounting information?
What is an EA in accounting?
What is account in accounting?
What are the different branches of accounting?
Is financial accounting necessary?
What is fair value accounting?
What are accounting principles?
What is fiduciary accounting?
What are the uses of journal in accounting?
What does overhead mean in regards to accounting?
What are accounting entities?
What is an accounting transaction?
What is accounting ethics?
What does the abbreviation dr mean in accounting?
What does the abbreviation m mean in accounting?
What is computerized accounting?
What is normative accounting?
What is accounting normalization?
Why are Accounting Standards necessary?
What is Use of statistics in accounting?
What are the 4 phases accounting?
What is accounting management?
What is a ledger in regards to accounting?
What is creative accounting?
What are the functions of accounting?
What is accounting transaction?
What are the different branches of accounting ?
What are the different fields of accounting?
What is an accounting loss?
What is Executive Accounting?
What is accrual accounting?
What is accounting period?
What are the nine accounting cycles?
What is Control in Accounting?
What is partnership accounting?
What is the definition of accounting?
What is DD and A in oil and gas accounting?
What is the Importance of accounting standards?
Who is considered the father of accounting?
Explain Accounting 101?
How is an accounting department structured?
What is the meaning of Scrap Value in accounting?
What are the differences between accounting and auditing?
Who created SnapIt accounting?
What is accounting chart of accounts?
What is the difference in Accounting and Marketing and what is so different about them?
What is peach tree accounting?
What are accounting rules called?
What is an interlocking accounting system?
What is accounting for plant assets?
What are the basic assumptions in accounting?
What are Source documents in accounting?
What is mutual fund sub accounting?
What is Purchase returns Accounting.
What is the difference between accounting and bookkeeping?
What are the disadvantages of manual accounting?
How many accounting standards are currently published?
What is the basic accounting equation?
What are the elements of the accounting equation?
In which ways is math used in accounting
What are the limitations of accounting ratios?
What qualification do you need to become an accounting professional?
Definition of push down accounting
What are cost accounting and its applications?
What is meant by public accounting?
Define Tally Accounting
Why are accounting firms needed?
Why does the accounting equation have to balance?
Contrast bookkeeping and accounting
Why Accounting is important in business?
What do you mean by material facts in accounting?
What is the definition of manual accounting?
How does accounting contribute to the community?
What is the definition of offset accounting?
Accounting for VC money in financials
What is the relationship between bookkeeping and accounting?
Explain the concept of responsibility accounting
What is a difference between public and private accounting?
What is definition of a cash float in accounting?
What is the important of computerized accounting to manual?
Define social responsibility accounting
What are the disadvantages of back-flush accounting?
Discuss the consistency concept in accounting
What is a register when referring to accounting or bookkeeping?
What are the Accounting entries for branch accounts?
What does the word credit mean in terms of accounting?
What does it mean to do accounting training outside of public practice?
In accounting, are assets a permanent account?
Define "book value" as applied to accounting
In terms of accounting the trial balance when is it taken?
What is marginal cost?
What steps would you take before approving an invoice for payment?
What is meaning of invoice?
What procedure for excess payment to supplier I would like know without adjusting invoice that means how supplier will send back excess amount how do in oracle apps?
What is the difference between Consigner and Consignee?
What is FBT (Fringe Benefit Tax)?
If assume we paid 50/- as an advance for worth or 100/- goods, but our supplier sent only up to 25/- worth of goods. Know my question is that we want to close the transaction now and how it possible? What about VAT like Tax Setups in AP and AR? What about the SWEEP command in AP?
What are premises in accounting sense? What is VAT adjustment?
What is the Provision? What is the Entry for Provision?
What are the advantages of Computer accounting over Paper accounting?
How to prepare finalization accounts?
What is Departmental Accounting? Give an example
What is Service Tax & Excise? How will it be charged?
What is Capital Budget?
What is purchasing order?
What is debit and credit note?
What is the difference between Accounts and Finance?
What is the dual aspect concept?
What is depreciation and how many types are there. Please give details?
What is cash flow and fund flow?
What is capital gain?
What are bills receivable?
What is deferred account?
What are MIS reports and do you prepare it?
What is your role in planning?
How can you do credit control?
What is bank reconciliation statement?
What are the functions of manger -accounts and manager-finance? Explain in detail.
What are the extraordinary items?
What are the fictitious assets?
What are the Steps involved in Project implementation?
What are time sheets? How are they maintained?
What is mean by Working Capital?
What is shadow balance?
What is meant by balancing?
What is the difference between inactive accounts and dormant account?
What is meant by turnover?
What is meant by calendar maintenance?
What is meant by daily accrual and booking?
What is an operative accounts?
What is balance sheet and off balance sheet?
What is customer account?
What is retail banking?
What is inventory management?
What is the difference between personal account real account and nominal account?
What is meant by partitioning?
What are trade bills?
What is double entry book keeping?
What is dividend warrants?
What is Letter of Credit?
What are the four classifications of Bad and Doubtful Debts as per the context of the Bank?
What is a Comprehensive Income?
What is the difference between Perpetual and Periodic Inventory systems?
What is the difference between provision and reverse?
What is an adjusting journal entry?
What is Contingent Liabilities?
What is service tax?
Can I take service tax on freight outward?
What are the golden rules of accounting?
What is the TDS effect in balance sheet if TDS receipts?
Where should TDS received should show in balance sheet?
Explain What are the issues related with Accounts receivable?
Explain What is Customer Master record?
Explain What is the difference between debenture holders and creditors?
What are the components or materials used by Accounts receivable departments?
How to define Inter company Transaction in Account Receivable?
What is an Accounts receivables?
Explain How is a journal entry recorded?
How we are going to close AR Periods?
Where we are going to use Accounting Rules what are the setups for that?
Know we are having 100 Transactions in AR. Know we want to close 50 Transactions How?
Explain What is factoring?
To what extent were you involved in collections?
You have been asked to prepare a bill for services. What information should be included in the bill?
What is the difference between finance and accounts? most of the companies having a different section like finance and accounts. why they are not had only single section neither finance nor accounts?
what is reconciliation?
Which type of assets should be capitalized and when expense out?
Which type of assets expense out or when?
What is the Auto Invoice? What are the setup Steps for Auto Invoice?
What is the table that is used for aging bucket report, what is the main purpose of this report?
What is reconciliation statement and investment banking?
What are the three golden rules of accounts?
What are the goals of Accounts receivable?
How important does Accounts receivable for small business and why?
How debtors play its role in Accounts receivable?
Who is responsible for maintaining the Accounts receivable in an organization?
Explain what is brs?
Explain Why is Capital amount put in Liabilities and not in Assets?
Explain what are derivatives?
What are examples of deferred revenue expenditure?
Explain about Accounts Receivables in Accounting?
What is effective collection?
You raised a deposit type of transaction to a customer, and received a receipt fully also.
Later you raised a standard type of invoice, and adjusted deposited partially towards this std. invoice by using commitment Tab. If Customer is asking for refund of remaining amount. How will you refund the balance amount?
How much time needs to pass for an A/R account to be considered delinquent?
After Reeving Payment from Customer, What is next step till finalization?
What is total flow of Account Receivables?
What is Evaluated Receipt Settlement?
What is Back propagation in Neural Networks?
What is Naive Bayes Algorithm?
what is software cycle? Give a diagrammatic representation?
What are the minimum requirements for statr testing?
List the types of linked list with aid of diagram?
What is an audit process?
What is statutory audit?
What do you mean by vouching?
Explain the Before an audit processes?
What techniques used during an audit?
What to do after the audit?
How to involve people in audit?
Explain The Difference Between Internal Audit And External Audit?
How Does An Internal Audit Differ From An External Audit?
What are Objectives Of Internal Audit?
What are the Essential Of Internal Audit?
Explain Different Functions Of Internal Audit?
What Is An Internal Audit And What Is The Role Of Internal Audit?
What Does An Internal Audit Charter Contain?
How can scope of internal audit help you?
Explain how to do an internal audit effectively?
Tell me that how I can evaluate the internal control audit?
What are the different advantages and disadvantages of internal audit?
Explain the difference between internal audit and statutory audit?
How does the internal audit differ from an external audit?
What are the importance of internal audit to the organization?
Whats are the importance of evaluating an internal audit department?
What are the basic principles of an internal audit controlsystem?
What significant trends do you see in the future for our industry?
Who are our major competitors and what differences do you notice in our products?
Tell us about an experience in which you had to use tact?
How do you feel about committing yourself to another three years of exams?
Have you applied to any other areas apart from banking?
What exactly do you look for in a job?
Can you work well under deadlines or pressure?
What is your the greatest strength?
Why did you choose Business Administration career?
What is your the greatest weakness?
Have you ever worked with someone that you did not get along with as part of a team? How did you Handle that?
What accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction in your life?
Tell me about a time when you failed to meet a deadline. What were the repercussions?
What do we use to rate the quality of CEFs?
When we refer to profitability, are we referring to more than the fact that the company is paying a dividend?
Explain ethical decision you had to make?
Explain Lock-in, as described by Hax and Wilde, is achieved when?
► A) An organization achieves a proprietary position in its industry.
► B) Customers are tied into long-term contracts.
► C) An industry is dominated by a major player.
► D) Customer preferences are recorded in a CRM database.
Explain Which of the following explanations best defines the meaning of hyper-competitive strategies?
Explain What was the most challenging situation (with clients) that you faced during the stock market falls?
Tell me Why is game theory useful in developing competitive strategy?
Can you explain What are the most important qualities for an investment banking career?
What is become clear to me over the three years I have been using this approach is that there are aspects of both art and science inside. Do you agree?
Explain How often have you found that the S & P rating was totally wrong?
Do you know What is the ATH decision, and what is it used for?
Explain What value is our stock trading at? Trading volume compared to bulge bracket firms?
Explain How might an organization sustain and win a price war?
► A) By having a lower cost structure
► B) By cross-subsidizing one business from another
► C) By having "deeper pockets" to fund short to medium term losses
► D) All of the above
How to secure investments? Describe daily flow of work?
Explain your investment bank strategic in general? Way of work? Methods you take?
Suppose Common practice to evaluate P/E ratio to determine if a stock is cheap. If you had no comparable companies for a stock, how can you evaluate if a stock is cheap?
Explain What is meant by focused differentiation?
► A) Concentrating on a particular feature of a product or service to achieve differentiation
► B) Concentrating on differentiation as the primary means of achieving competitive advantage
► C) Providing a high-perceived value service or product to a selected market segment, this justifies a substantial price premium.
► D) Simultaneously seeking to achieve differentiation and a price lower than that of competitors
Why should you be selected in company?
What are your hobbies?
How you choose commerce as a stream?
What is the differentiate between tailormade homemade and readymade?
What is the difference between PROVISION & RESERVE?
Why did you chose this specialization(finance,HR)?
What is basic difference between FII & FDI?
Why do you choose marketing?
What do you do after losing current job without information?
Can husband & wife run a partnership firm?
What is All About sales?
The first muslim invader in India was?
What is current inflation rate in India?
What are your strengths & weakness?
WHAT IS YOUR FIRST TASK AS A MARKETING OFFICER?
I am a non bca candidate. so why pharmaceutical company are select me?
What is tha pop & pos materials?
WHY THE VALUE OF RUPEE DECRESING OR I CAN SAY FLUCTUATE COMPARE TO DOLLAR PLEASE EXPLAIN IT?
What are the 4 peace in marketing?
What is Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)?
Explain BPEL and workflow foundation?
What is Role of BPEL?
Explain about BPEL Orchestration and Choreography?
Explain about BPEL Executable and Abstract Processes?
What is Oracle BPEL Process Manager?
What is BPMN standard for business process modeling and analysis?
Why is game theory useful in developing competitive strategy?
Which of the following explanations best defines the meaning of hyper-competitive strategies?
Lock-in, as described by Hax and Wilde, is achieved when?
What is meant by focused differentiation?
How might an organization sustain and win a price war?
Competitive advantage based on differentiation derives from?
The equivalent to competitive advantage in public services is?
Three ways of sustaining competitive advantage are?
Sustainable differentiation is most likely in the following circumstances?
A differentiation strategy is defined as?
A successful hybrid strategy is:
The fundamental requirement for a successful price led strategy is:
A Strategic Business Unit is:
Describe a time when there was a fundamental change in the way things were done in your workplace. What was your response towards it?
During your career, you must have experienced some difficult times. If so, how did you maintain a positive attitude?
Tell me about a time when you experienced a major change to your normal work practices. How did you handle it?
Describe how you felt when there were some recent changes at work?
Tell me about a time when you were very much opposed to a change that affected your work practices. How did you get through it?
Describe a time when you wanted some change in the working style of the team, but others were reluctant to do so. How did you go about it?
Define economics and explain about it?
Explain What is the importance of strategic management towards the success of a business?
Explain Why is economics seen as a social science?
Explain What is the incidence of tax?
What are the advantages of leaving the allocation of a country resources to the price mechanism?
Explain What is Ramsay pricing?
Explain What is inflation and how is it measured?
Explain Trade discount, discount and rebate?
Explain What is BOP?
Explain What are the disadvantages of mixed economy system?
Explain the golden rules of accounting?
Explain How is education an investment in human capital?
WHAT IS BRS?
2.WHY DO WE PREPARE BALANCE SHEET?
3.WHAT IS TRIAL BALANCE?
4.WHAT IS VENTURE CAPITAL?
5. WHAT IS DEFFERED REVENUE EXPENDITURE?
6. what is mutualfund?
net profit shown liabilities side in balance sheet?
What is deferred profit
Is labor act applicable for firms?
IS TALLY 9.0 DIFFERENT TO ERP?
Explain on which time a company secretary has filled his compliance
in form no.66?
How to start a personal finance company that is not require RBI registration?
The first approach of any competitor analysis is to establish is what?
When adopting a market perspective, the competition is defined as task competition whereby companies are trying to satisfy customer or customer group, needs and wants. Which of the following illustrate a company adopting a market perspective identification of competitors?
Competitive advantage is gained through the offering customers greater value. How can this be achieved?
Most companies will compete with those competitors that resemble them the most, for example, Peugeot/Citroen competes against Renault rather than against Ferrari. There are several strategic benefits to the existence of competitors. What are these benefits?
When discussing the 8Cs framework for mergers and acquisitions, which of the following is not a component of the criteria-
The Boston consulting Group estimates that ______ of recent US acquisitions have destroyed value for the acquirers shareholders.
Which of the following are mechanisms to expanding the total market?
A runner-up firm in an industry that is fighting hard to increase market share, is referred to as?
Which of the following competitive positioning strategies is a losing strategy?
What is competitor myopia?
Determining what drives competitor behavior is based upon establishing which of the following-
Competition can be viewed from different aspects. When an industry is defined as the set of all sellers of a product or service, this is referred to as what-
For some products, competitive pressure may keep margins tight. To increase profit the organization may do which of the following-
Price sensitivity can be a meaningful way of doing which of the following between groups of customers.
Retail and wholesale markets take a far more rational approach to price interpretation than do consumer groups. Intermediaries must look in which two directions when deciding what price they can charge-
► 1) The banks
► 2) The manufacturers
► 3) The environment
► 4) The consumers
► 5) The authorities
Marketers would use which pricing strategy to overcome a competitor that they felt did not have sufficient resources to sustain a price war.
Like Amazon.com and egg, the Internet bank, most e-commerce operations offer prices well below those in the high street or mall and are making huge losses. What are the Internet businesses hoping to achieve with their aggressive pricing and is their price advantage likely to be maintained? Which of the following statements are correct and relevant to this pricing strategy?
Define a penetration pricing strategy.
A marketing managers pricing decisions are often influenced by the competitions pricing and their marketing strategies. Which of the following need to be considered when determining price?
What are sources of information when gathering market intelligence about competitors?
The process of comparing the company s products and processes to those of competitors or leading firms in other industries, to find ways to improve quality and performance, is referred to as:
The analysis conducted to determine what features and benefits that BMW drivers prefer over the features and benefits of a Mercedes Benz and how customers rate the relative importance or value of these features, is a mechanism to conduct what type of analysis?
The process of identifying key competitors, assessing their objectives, strategies, strengths and weaknesses, reaction patterns and selection of which competitors to attack is part of what process?
Volvo views Mercedes as prominent competitor, but does not view Rolls Royce as a competitor as these companies operate in different target markets. What type of competition does this represent?
An industry is defined as which of the following-
The launch of store own brands such as Tescos Butter me up has had what effect on the competitive environment-
A group of firms following the same or similar strategy is referred to as what-
Based upon rationality and mutual respect competitors can often exist harmoniously, however various predatory or retaliatory acts can disrupt this harmony. Which of the following are market disruptive strategies?
A runner up in an industry that is fighting hard to increase its market share is referred to as.
Which of the following strategies could a market leader implement to maintain its commanding leadership position?
Improving productivity means squeezing more profits out of the same volume of sales. Which of the following are not specifically productivity enhancing tactics?
Defense strategies are utilized by market leaders against their attackers. When competitors attack the market leaders weaknesses, such as Japanese care manufacturers entering the USA market with smaller and cheaper cars, this is referred to as what type of defense strategy?
Market challengers use a range of offensive strategies to attack the market leaders and other competitors. Which of the following is a market challenger strategy that uses a diversification approach, often into new technological and geographical areas and unrelated areas to overcome the opposition?
Market follower often gains many advantages without excessive expense, by following the market leader. Which type of market follower strategy is one whereby the market follower copies some things from the market leader but maintains some differentiation with its packaging, advertising, pricing and other factors?
Give me an example of a situation where you helped your colleague perform a particular task in which you had better knowledge on the subject?
Some people believe life is all about â€œThe survival of the fittestâ€?. Today, others are suggesting, from new biological evidence, that life is in fact all about the â€?The survival of the most cooperativeâ€?. What do you think?
Can you tell me about a time when you backed off in a meeting because you felt someone else should speak or have an opportunity?
Tell me about a time when you acted as a mediator to help colleagues resolve their differences?
How would you show co-workers the importance of co-operation?
Give me an example of a time when you tried your best to work with someone, but the problems still remained. What did you learn from that situation?
Give an example of a time when you assisted a co-worker to enhance their work skills?
Tell me about a time when you had to help a co-worker who had made a bad mistake. What did you do?
The value chain attempts to identify those activities, which add value?
What are core competences?
Strategic stretch involves?
The value chain is composed of primary & support activities. Which answer below provides the correct components for primary activities?
What is the purpose of an activity map?
Competitive advantage through linkages between the organization and its value network can be achieved by?
Which of the following drivers determines cost efficiency?
Robustness of strategic capabilities is more likely when?
Which types of organizational knowledge are sources of competitive advantage?
In the resource-based view of strategy, what type of strategic capabilities are the sources of sustainable competitive advantage?
What are the three criteria for the robustness of strategic capability?
Industry/sector benchmarking compares?
Best in Class Benchmarking seeks to assess organizational performance?
The purpose of a SWOT analysis is to analyze?
What is Cost Accounting?
What is difference between cost accounting and financial accounting?
What is the cost sheet?
What are the variable costs?
Wat is BEP in Cost Accounting?
Tell me about your experience in cost accounting?
What is the difference between Expenses and Expenditure?
Explain some of the methods used to allocate support costs?
What is the marginal cost?
Explain the information about cost sheets?
What are fixed costs?
What is the difference between cost accounting and financial accounting?
What is marginal cost?
What are variable costs?
Describe some of the methods used to allocate support costs.
Explain Why was Vietnam divided into two countries?
Explain What are the advantages of free market economy?
Explain What caused the Great Depression?
Explain How tourism is an upcoming industry?
Explain pointer in cpp?
Explain What kind of market structure is the automotive industry?
Explain What are the effects of globalization on Indian industry?
What is the theory of mercantilism?
Explain What can you do about tourists use of natural resources?
Explain What are the various uses for break-even analysis?
Explain What still matters in strategic management lies in the value of planning?
Explain Is there any difference between corporate profit maximization and maximization of shareholder wealth?
What does customer experience mean to you? Why do you think it is important?
What are the economic advantages of having a great customer experience?
How does usability relate to the customer experience? They seem quite similar, what exactly are the similarities and differences?
Are there ever times when customers are wrong? That is, are there ever any times where web developers should go against the wishes of customers? Is the data ever wrong?
What are the best methods for improving the customer experience? Are there effective tools or techniques that you would like to share with us?
What is your role at Creative Good, and how did the company get started?
What can Creative Good do that no one else can? What is your expertise? What is your strategic advantage?
Final thoughts? Shameless plugs? What should every reader remember about this interview?
Can you tell me about a time when you did some thing extra, which was not part of the routine activities assigned to you, but you did it for the benefit of the customer?
How do you handle negative feedback from very angry clients? How do you respond to him/her?
Explain with an example, how would you handle a situation where a customer is asking for something, which is not in the interest of the company or which would violate a policy of the company?
You ever felt, during course of your work, that the existing systems and solutions are not sufficient to meet the needs of customers properly and/or that they need to be changed? If so, tell me more.
Can you explain how you contact or initiate communications with customers?
If you had to turn down a request from a valued client, what would you do?
Explain the use of Transaction Flexfield in Autoinvoice?
What is the balance of an invoice derived?
What are Different types of transactions in account receivables?
Explain MRC and what is its use?
Explain the importance of Batch Source set up in AR?
What is main tables involved in AR, and what is the data stored in them?
What is HZ_ in customer tables?
What is Deposit Account?
Explain What are value sets?
What is Accounting for invoice in Advance and Arrears?
How best to define economics?
Does Europe the USA or China have the largest economy?
What currency was used in the 1700s?
Why do some people believe that a mixed economic system solves basic economic problems?
Should Newspapers and book publishers convert to electronic publishing over paper publishing as their primary product?
What are the advantages of leaving the allocation of a countrys resources to the price mechanism?
What kind of market structure is the automotive industry?
What are the advantages of free market economy?
What are the disadvantages of mixed economy system?
What was the theory of mercantilism?
Why was Vietnam divided into two countries?
What can you do about tourists use of natural resources?
What are the various uses for break-even analysis?
What still matters in strategic management lies in the value of planning?
What is the importance of strategic management towards the success of a business?
What are the effects of globalization on Indian industry?
How tourism is an upcoming industry?
What caused the Great Depression?
Is there a difference between corporate profit maximization and maximization of shareholder wealth?
Is there a rule of thumb for office rent or lease per gross income?
How does one arrive at a competitive pricing strategy for a multi-service practice where there are no specific products in question?
How do the average household income of the different countries compare?
What is the marginal cost of capital?
What will be the long-term effects of the Baby Boom?
Who are Canadas top three trading partners?
What is the Gross Domestic Product of Norway?
What is the economy in Bulgaria like?
Who decides what goods services will be produced and sold in the US?
Why is economics seen as a social science?
What is the Malthusian theory on population?
What does macroeconomics mean?
Is there competition between the producers in Canada?
How do tax cuts affect the economy?
What is the difference in changing the scope between a spiral approach and a waterfall approach?
What is globalization and what are its effects on the Indian economy?
What are the types of market economies?
What is the opportunity cost of devoting scarce university land to car parking?
How do reductions in government spending affect the economy?
What is the significance of foreign exchange rate risk and how can this risk be mitigated?
How do the determinants of demand affect the price of a particular product?
How does outsourcing affect the economy?
What is an Oligopoly?
How do you explain GNI per capita?
What is the average standard of living in Africa?
What kind of market demand and supply information would be useful to you in deciding upon a business strategy?
What are the advantages of regional integration?
In economics what is a normative statement?
What are the differences between perfect competition and monopoly competition?
What are business cycles and what role do the Federal Reserve and Federal Government have in trying to control them?
What is the advantage of mixed economy system?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of both a fixed exchange rate regime and a flexible exchange rate regime?
Why do prices tend to up?
What are the differences between absolute advantage and comparative advantage?
What are the steps in hypothesis testing?
What advantages might a socialist system have in responding to the needs of the poor?
What are the functions of price mechanism in a free market economy?
What is the impact on the economy if price ceiling or price floor were removed?
What is privatization?
What is the difference between project proposal and project feasibility study?
Why did the European Union make monetary unification?
What are the advantages of capitalism?
What is the importance of microeconomics in study of managerial economics?
How do trade barriers affect international trade?
What are the capitalist countries in the world?
What is an interest sensitive good?
What is social cost benefit analysis?
What happens to unsold newspapers?
What countries are the members of the OECD?
What is the difference between service industry and industry in economy?
What is profitability analysis?
What are the advantages of leaving resource allocation to price allocation?
What is Universal Banking?
Does capital inflow lower US interest rates?
How does the current situation in the Middle East affect the US economy?
What is meant by the term National Debt?
What is the role of Indian government in Indian economy?
What is full employment GDP?
What is an opportunity cost?
What is Collateral management?
How would you differentiate between strike labor dispute and labor unrest?
What is Ricardos Theory?
What is pricing of Factors of Production?
What is meaning of market economy?
What is consumption?
What are financial centers?
What is the difference between an economic luxury and an economic necessity?
What is the incidence of tax?
Is it true that government revenues are increased because of lower tax rates?
What is inflation and how is it measured?
How is education an investment in human capital?
Why does an indifference curve never meet?
What is Price Level?
What perfect competitive market and pure monopoly market have in common?
What does it mean when a rupee appreciate?
What is trickle down economics?
What is the Service sectors percentage in Indian GDP?
How do you define a control in economics?
Which is a better measure of economic well-being real GDP or Nominal GDP?
How do you calculate variable unit costs and total annual costs?
What is Ramsay pricing?
What is consumer demand?
Why marketers are interested in discretionary income?
What is causing the rise in the price of oil?
What is explanatory research?
What is a retention bonus?
If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands?
You have a five-gallon jug and a three-gallon jug. You must obtain exactly four gallons of water. How will you do it?
You are faced with two doors. One door leads to your job offer (that's the one you want!), and the other leads to the exit. In front of each door is a guard. One guard always tells the truth. The other always lies. You can ask one question to decide which door is the correct one. What will you ask?
How many gallons of white house paint are sold in the U.S. every year?
What is the size of the market for disposable diapers in China?
How many square feet of pizza are eaten in the United States each month?
How would you estimate the weight of the Chrysler building?
Why are manhole covers round?
You have 12 balls. All of them are identical except one, which is either heavier or lighter than the rest. The odd ball is either hollow while the rest are solid, or solid while the rest are hollow. You have a scale, and are permitted three weighing. Can you identify the odd ball, and determine whether it is hollow or solid?
A company has 10 machines that produce gold coins. One of the machines is producing coins that are a gram light. How do you tell which machine is making the defective coins with only one weighing?
The four members of U2 (Bono, the Edge, Larry and Adam) need to get across a narrow bridge to play a concert. Since it's dark, a flashlight is required to cross, but the band has only one flashlight, and only two people can cross the bridge at a time. (This is not to say, of course, that if one of the members of the band has crossed the bridge, he can't come back by himself with the flashlight.) Adam takes only a minute to get across, Larry takes two minutes, the Edge takes five minutes, and slowpoke Bono takes 10 minutes. A pair can only go as fast as the slowest member. They have 17 minutes to get across. How should they do it?
What is the decimal equivalent of 3/16 and 7/16?
What is the sum of the numbers from one to 50?
You have a painting that is $320 that is selling for 20 percent off. How much is the discounted price?
You're playing three-card monte. Two cards are red, one is black. (Note: In three-card monte, the three cards are face down and you try to pick the black card in order to win.) You pick the middle card. After you pick, the dealer shows that one of the cards you have not chosen is red. You are given the chance to switch your selection. Should you?
A straight flush beats a four-of-a-kind in poker because it is more unlikely. But think about how many straight flushes there are - if you don't count wraparound straights, you can have a straight flush starting on any card from two to 10 in any suit (nine per suit). That means there are 36 straight flushes possible. But how many four of a kinds are there - only 13. What's wrong with this reasoning?
If you have seven white socks and nine black socks in a drawer, how many do you have to pull out blindly in order to ensure that you have a matching pair?
Tell me a good joke that is neither sexist nor racist.
If I were to fill this room with pennies, how many pennies would fit in?
Say you are driving on a one-mile track. You do one lap at 30 miles an hour. How fast do you have to go to average 60 miles an hour?
What are fixed asset?
what is fectitious assets?
what is ment by cash book and day book and general leder?
Employee salary deductions under section of the income tax act of india?
What is the difference between debenture holders and creditors?
What are the various means of calculating depreciation?
After run depreciation i have forget calculate depreciation of one asset then how to calculate depreciation of that asset?
What is the difference between the different depreciation methods?
What experience have you had as a cashier?
Explain NON PERFORMING ASSET?
What is the meaning of non performing assets?
Explain cost sheet-orientation and understating of problems?
What experience do you have with general ledger?
Explain What is an accrual?
Explain Which of the following is not included in the government accounting Balance Sheet:
Explain What qualities have you got that would make you a good accountant?
Explain What is procedure for testing after implementation as functional consultant?
how strong in finance? justify sensex is the backbone of national income? Assume that you are going to merge one company? what are the steps are u taken?
What is the difference between ledger and general ledger?
Explain What is about Future Period and Adjustment Period?
Explain What is meant by business?
Explain What is the significance of responsibility in oracle applications?
What is benchmarking?
What are the three main reasons why a GIS implementation might fail, according to Eason (1994)?
In a cost/benefit analysis, which of the following formula are correct?
Which of the following best described the CGIS?
Which of the following may be considered strategic applications of GIS?
Which of the following may be considered operational applications of GIS?
What is meant by corporate GIS?
Which of the following are recognized implementation methods?
In 1994, the most frequent users of GIS were in government and education.
Operational GIS applications are concerned with the distribution of resources to gain competitive advantage.
The GIS software type with the greatest number of users is the professional high-end product.
An example of a user with high application skills and high GIS skills would be a GIS analyst.
OGC is the Online Geographical Centre.
The British Standards Institute has an interest in standards relevant to GIS.
The payback period is calculated by dividing the total cost of an investment by the estimated annual revenue.
The creation of a digital map base is usually a small component (<10%) of the total cost of a GIS.
Benchmarking is used to help potential buyers make decisions between different software packages.
Explain an Oligopoly?
Explain What are business cycles and what role do the Federal Reserve and Federal Government have in trying to control them?
Explain the average standard of living in Africa?
Explain the advantage of mixed economy system?
Explain What are the differences between perfect competition and monopoly competition?
Explain What are the advantages of regional integration?
Explain GNI per capita?
Explain What are the differences between absolute advantage and comparative advantage?
Explain What kind of market demand and supply information would be useful to you in deciding upon a business strategy?
Why did you join the insurance sector?
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
You will be working as part of a team? How good are you working in a team?
What is general insurance? name 5 types of general
Where do you see yourself five, ten or fifteen years from now?
What is the formula for the calculation of Gratuity?
What is assessment year and previous year?
What is an integrated audit?
What is that new approach for integrated audits?
Explain How does the internal audit differ from an external audit?
Explain how we can evaluate the internal control audit?
Explain the Essential Of Internal Audit?
Explain different advantages and disadvantages of internal audit?
Explain What Does An Internal Audit Charter Contain?
What is an internal quality audit? What happens during this audit?
Explain An Internal Audit And What Is The Role Of Internal Audit?
What are different functions Of internal audit?
Tell me how to do an internal audit effectively?
Tell us Before an audit processes?
Explain statutory audit?
Explain What are the importance of evaluating an internal audit department?
what is international relationship?
Can you explain Should Newspapers and book publishers convert to electronic publishing over paper publishing as their primary product?
Explain What are the advantages of leaving the allocation of a country resources to the price mechanism?
What is theory of mercantilism?
Can you explain Does Europe the USA or China have the largest economy?
Tell me What currency was used in the 1700s?
Tell me What kind of market structure is the automotive industry?
Explain Why do some people believe that a mixed economic system solves basic economic problems?
Do you know What are the advantages of free market economy?
Buffer inventory is required as?
Cycle inventory is required as?
The EOQ formula has been criticized in a number of areas. Which of the following is not an area of common criticism?
What is a two-bin system?
Under the ABC system of inventory priorities a Class A item is?
Order-point or re-order-level inventory control is used for which of the following?
Which of these statements is correct?
One of the underlying assumptions of the EOQ model is that?
Which would be the most appropriate method of controlling stock in a retail shop?
Which would be the most appropriate method of controlling stock in a hotel bar?
Periodic review means?
How will you sell a mobile?
Why you want to change from hardware sector to fmcg sector?
Why you want to join our organisation?
Why you leave current job?
Why you are joined in the marketing?
How to make the waste industrial oil reusable?
Which brand insulating oil tester is the best?
Why are you expecting 50% growth scalar?
What is difference between super stockist and distributor?
How do you prioritize the tasks to be completed in one complete work project?
How do you accommodate last minute changes that have to be incorporated into your work?
When it is your responsibility to organize and plan a project what steps do you take?
Illustrate how you prioritize each days tasks?
What do you do when a project is not coming to fruition as expected, because of inefficient planning?
What steps do you take when the work of a colleague threatens the completion of a project?
What is Peachtree Accounting
What is Peachtree Multi-user Value Pack?
How to register Peachtree software?
Can we share Peachtree data?
Our company has more than one branch office, how can we connect them together in Peachtree?
How to remove Peachtree Version 5.0?
Can Peachtree help to track costs of projects?
How to fix error code 430 when starting a Peachtree Wizard Application?
How to correct Peachtree File system error 54?
How to create an item type using Peachtree software under Item Maintenance?
We have Peachtree Accounting for our business. We just purchased a building and want to know if we can set up a second company to pay the bills and keep track of rents?
What is Personal Account?
Explain How is a PO (Purchase order created)?
Explain What is FBT (Fringe Benefit Tax)?
Explain What procedure for excess payment to supplier we would like know without adjusting invoice that means how supplier will send back excess amount how do in oracle apps?
Explain What steps would you take before approving an invoice for payment?
Explain How does the payment mechanism work?
Tell us how many hours do you work a day?
Explain what is the different between watt, voltage,in kilowatt. how are they calculated?
Explain What do you understand by Open Item Managed Account?
Explain us what is the meaning of invoice?
Tell us what do you understand by Intercompany Settlement?
Explain What is the difference between SAP MEMORY and ABAP MEMORY?
Explain What is the difference between Consignor and Consignee?
Explain What is the difference between billable and non-billable expenses?
How to measures customer satisfaction for the Product?
How to measures responsiveness (turnaround time) to users for the Product?
How to measures Defect ratios for the Product?
How to measures Complexity of delivered product?
How to measures Cost of defects for the Product?
How to measures Re-work for the Product?
How to measures delivered defect quantities for the Product?
How to measures Product volatility?
How to measures Defect removal efficiency for the Product?
How to measures Test coverage for the Product?
How to measures Costs of quality activities for the Product?
How to measures Reliability for the Product?
What is Corporate Communication?
How much do you want to make in this position?
Tell me about the job you are interviewing for three years from now. Why will you land it?
What are your co-workers like?
What is Press Release?
Tell Me about Free Publicity
How can it be analyzed to find something, which is â€œNewsworthyâ€? about the Business?
What do you think are the work context in public relations?
What are the different work styles you observe in Public relation job?
What are the main responsibilities in Public Relations (PR)?
What is a public relation?
If you are employed, how can you add value to the company based on qualification and experience?
How and where do I submit articles for publication?
What is the definition of advertising?
What are the limitations of marketing?
How do you hire a good PR person?
How do you hire a good PR firm and when should you?
How and why should I work with the industry analysts?
What are some creative ways to use press releases for marketing purposes?
What is the definition for publicity?
What is a Pitch Letter?
Explain What is internal quality auditing
Explain What is an audit process
Explain What are Objectives Of Internal Audit?
Explain What is quality audit?
Explain What is statutory audit?
What is Difference Between Internal Audit And External Audit
What we have to do after the audit?
Explain What techniques used during an audit process
How to involve people in an audit process?
Explain What do we mean by vouching
What we do Before an audit processes
Tell me about a time when you asked for extra responsibility in any of your previous job?
Tell us about a specific task you undertook, which was a challenge for you?
How do you manage your time in a project when the project has a tight deadline? Give some example to prove your point?
Describe to me in detail a time when you took the initiative in any major project?
Describe me a situation in where you had a task that was quite demanding and what was the result of it?
Tell us about a time you got totally fed up on the job. What did you do after that?
Explain What is your first reaction when your senior manager assigns a task that you think is impossible?
What previous experience do you have in retail?
As a supervisor or an employee in wholesale market, what would you do to improve your services for your customers?
As a Supervisor, how would you plan your financials for your budget?
What are you ideas on handling store management?
How would you ensure that all the goods and services are being transported properly from wholesale market to retail market?
What are the things that you need to check in a retail market, as a first line supervisor?
How do you get more retailers / customers for your business? What are the steps you would take?
As a wholesaler what are the problems you would face in ensuring the commitment to your retail suppliers?
As a supervisor for a wholesale market, what actions would you take to increase the profit?
If you were a wholesaler, how would you choose a retailer to distribute your goods and services?
In a fashion led clothing industry as a wholesaler and retailer, who would be your targeted customer?
What are the main skill sets you have, which makes you fit in wholesale and retail market?
Have you had experience of locking up a shop and dealing with stock ordering?
Can you tell of a time when you were faced with an angry customer and how you dealt with it?
Can you tell of a time when you provided excellent customer service?
Why do you want this retailing job?
What would you say are your weaknesses in retails job?
Why did you leave your last retailing job?
Why are you the best person for this retails job?
Do you have any questions about this retails job?
Are you a retailer looking for a good employee, or a good employee looking for a retailer?
Why are you interested in employment at (company name)?
Are you familiar with (company name)?
What interests you most about selling to customers?
How would you educate yourself about the products that we sell?
How will you make customers feel welcome in our store?
Are you comfortable offering our charge account to customers?
This position will require some different hours. Do you have any schedule restrictions (beyond what you have listed)?
Are you comfortable interacting with customers?
What is your minimum salary requirement for retailing job?
Would you feel comfortable working on a commission-based pay system?
What experience in retail have you had to qualify you for this position?
What did you enjoy most and least in your last retailing job?
What interests do you have outside your work?
What experiences have you had in dealing with difficult customers?
How would your co-workers describe you?
How long would you expect to work for us?
Do you prefer to have a job with set tasks and responsibilities, or where your tasks change on a frequent basis?
Tell about the worst boss you have had?
What qualities do you think are important to this position?
In what ways do you think you can contribute to our organization?
What steps do you take when you have an idea to improve either a company service or product?
Apart from financial considerations, what is challenging about marketing?
When was the last time you created a marketing innovation, which energized you, and why did it do so?
What steps to you take to promote a business idea to your manager?
Is your objective to sell the company or the product when target marketing a customer directly?
Market strategy is constantly changing, what steps have you taken in the last three months to keep up with of current trends?
How would you rate yourself as a salesperson on a scale from 1 to 10?
Explain What is your psychology of selling?
Explain one of your marketing innovations that you have done till now?
what do you think is challenging in marketing?
What will you do to improve your product or service or your company?
Sell this pencil to me?
You are out to sell, what is your objective?
What is your psychology of selling?
What do you like and dislike about the sales process?
What do you think are the most important skills in succeeding in sales?
How many rejections do you take in a typical week?
Pick anything in this room and try to sell it to me.
What makes you different from any other salesman?
Explain What is Symbolic URL in Siebel?
Suppose If a view has Admin Mode Property = True, then what will happen to User Properties we write on them?
Explain What is the difference between "PickList Generic" and "PickList Hierarchical" Business components?
What is seed data in Siebel?
Tell me What does install.ksh and imprep.ksh files do?
How to import List of Values?
Explain Why is it not recommended to modify existing base tables?
What is the difference between EIM and EAI?
What is eapps.cfg file. and what is its significance?
What is Virtual BC? what is the use of vbc?
What are the differences between siebel 7.8 and 8.0?
Explain How is load balancing maintained in Siebel?
Where does the Primary Field of an MVG stored?
Explain Why do we use Symbolic Strings in Siebel 77?
How to run Genbscript.exe?
What is s_party table?
What is All Mode Sort?
What is Siebel Gateway?
Explain Whats the difference between siebel 7.5 and 7.8? if we upgarde the application to 7.8 from 7.5 what are the areas we need to give importance from QA(Testing) point of view?
What is difference between join specification and join definition?
What is the maximum number of applets can be there in a view?
Explain Pick Applet, Dynamic Picklist: which will be better if performance issue is considered?
When do we go for Dynamic PickList and for Pick Applet?
Explain How is Siebel 7.x data model is different from Siebel 6.0 data model?
What is IF table in EIM?
How to create an extension table with an intersection table?
What is an extension table and how is it related to base table?
How to create extension table to an interface table in Siebel?
What are Pre defined Queries?
How is Siebel 7.x architecture different from Siebel 6.x?
Explain How does your b/c and view related?
What is nameserver? What does it do?
What is detailed category and what is its use in configuration?
How to edit the joined fields values in join?
Explain Is it required to install gateway server before installing a Siebel server?
What is Client Business Service?
What is Difference between LOV and Picklist??
How to do validations in escripts and in configuration?
How to resolve Foreign Key in EIM?
Tell me What happens if you create an employee in Siebel application and forget to create?
what is the link specification?
How to improve your performance in views?
What is constrainted picklist? Where you will drop the constraints?
Explain What is detailed category in configuration,and its use?
Why do we need to create employees at the database in Siebel?
When you have Pre Default Value and Post Default value for a Field, which one will be stored in the Database?
Explain What is the difference between Links and Multi Value links?
How to specify a view to be displayed as aggregate view in Siebel 7.7?
How is Siebel 7.x data model is different from Siebel 6.0 data model?
What is the difference between an organization and division in Siebel?
What are different types of Tables?
When do you use genbscript.exe?
What is the use of catch in escript?
How to assign responsibilities to employees in Siebel?
Explain What is foreign key table in Siebel?
Tell me When do you use Property Sets in Siebel?
How to configure a MVG?
Explain How many type of siebel Data model extensions are there?
Explain If Gateway Server is not present cant we do Load Balancing?
Suppose there is a search spec on BC, and Applet both. explain the execution of this scenario?
Suppose I have a view with form applet on the top and list applet at the bottom.There is "score" field in the list applet.How to display the totals of score in form applet?
Tell me When we use the following scenarios:
Base table having extension columns
Extension table have extension columns
Which one do you prefer, Explain?
Explain While importing product or Account data why we are populating BU_ID?
Suppose In an Applet we have a Button When we click on that Button we need to get an Business service. How we are going to do it?
Explain How to find entity Relation in siebel tools?
Suppose In the list applet field we have 10 records but i have to display only 2 records in list applet,what is the process should i follow?
Explain What are the EIM tables and base tables are required to your entities?
Tell me What is User properties? and why we using the User properties?
Suppose If we have Dynamic Picklist as Bounded Can we add field?
How to convert single value fields into multivalue fields in the Field object type found under Business component?
How to send an email using siebel application? other than using F9 functional Key?
Tell me Is it posible to access more than one Database at a single siebel application?
Consolidation is concerned with which of the following-
The strategic option of withdrawal might be considered where:
Where an organization is considering strategic development in an existing market with existing products, it should consider (amongst others) the following strategic option:
Strategic development directions can be considered in terms of which of the following-
Market penetration in static markets is:
Product development can be driven in two ways:
There are three main types of market development:
There are three main methods of strategy development:
Internal development is where:
A successful acquisition is where an organization:
Common problems in making acquisitions work relate to which of the following:
The form of a strategic alliance is likely to be influenced by which of the following:
Networks differ from joint ventures in that network:
Franchising is a form of which of the following-
The major factor in the success of alliances is:
Assessing the suitability of a strategy concerns:
The relative suitability of strategies could be judged by using the following frameworks:
Acceptability assessment concerns:
Profitability analysis for assessing the acceptability of a strategy include:
What most often is the limitation when assessing return using cost benefit analysis:
Two useful approaches to assess feasibility in financial terms are:
â€˜Hard' human resource approaches are concerned with which of the following?
â€˜Soft' human resource approaches are concerned with which of the following:
A human resources function could undertake the following roles?
Short-term human resource activities should be linked to which of the following?
The impact on core competences of enhanced information processing capability is to
Data mining is about:
A business model describes:
Enhanced information processing capability can contribute most too low price strategies through which of the following:
R&D is best funded from & located at the corporate centre for:
Shareholder value is determined by:
The following are (shareholder) value drivers:
During the launch period, strategies are best funded by:
Market conditions will have the biggest influence on prices for which of the following:
Technology can drive substitution of products or services by:
In a rapidly changing environment, the most robust core competences related to technology are likely to be:
What is Sweep Account?
Explain what is the cost sheet?
What are the methods used to allocate support costs?
Explain the variable costs?
Explain the difference between Expenses and Expenditure?
What you know about the cost sheets?
Explain marginal cost?
If my salary is 21855 per month for financial year April 2011 - march 2012 what tax will be deduct?
If A is purchased Excise Duty paid goods i.e. H.R.Sheet. He want to sell the same as vat bill without excise. It can be possible?
Where we show the brought forwarded losses in the Balance Sheet?
Suppose Excisable material sold without charging excise duty, Now after 3 months, I am issuing Supplementary bill to party for Excise payment, now please tell me the interest need to pay for this and also is there need to pay interest if i have sufficient amount of cenvate credit balance in these 3 months?
What is rate of vat in raj?
HOW TO FILE TDS/TCS TAX CHALLAN AND WHAT IS THE LAST DATE FOR THIS?
Suppose if we are not able to issue F form and Goods transfer treat as deeded sale and want to paid taxes on that sale. but local tax rate is Zero. in above situation I can transfer of goods without F Form and Without paying any tax?
What is the difference between Sales Tax and VAT?
What is Sale in Transit Transaction and what are the forms issued and get form parties?
What is cost sheets?
Explain the methods used to allocate support costs?
What is the marginal cost (MC)?
What you know about Sweep Account?
Explain the cost sheet?
What is Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)?
What is difference between Expenses and Expenditure?
What is a User Account?
Explain system user account?
Have you ever applied to any other areas apart from banking?
Explain struts flow integration with hibernate?
Explain user account control in windows vista?
During a significant setback, who were the people you could depend on?
How do you handle circumstances at work that make you feel temperamental or cynical?
Illustrate an occasion when something visibly shocked you, but you had to appear composed?
What steps do you take to reduce your personal stress levels when there are stressful occasions at work?
What steps do you take to accommodate sudden and immediate changes that occur within your organization?
When you last had a conversation with your managers manager, what did you discuss and how did you feel?
Have you ever been overlooked for a promotion, which you felt you deserved? How did you react?