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Which is the biggest failure you faced?In basket ball competition, we could not reach the finals when i was in std 9.How did you handle it? What did you learn from it?We worked hard towards it, and reached finals in the next tournament.Where do they see yourself 5 years from now on?5 years from now, I see myself at a very reputed post in a recognised brand where I can display my managerial skills to benefit the company at most and can innovate something new for the company.What is more important: position or money?For me both are equally important, I cannot compromise on either of them.The position interview was for is no longer vacant. Would you be interested in other position in other filed in our company?Associating with the brand is a big thing. So it will be pleasure working for the company even if I get into some other position.What are your hobbies?My hobbies are Riding bikes ,Dancing, Playing Basketball


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