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Tata Capital
Territory Sales Manager was asked...3 December 2019

what is your dream.

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salery 5 digit

To grow as lead

My dreams is grow my career and full fill my other dreams.

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Bharti Airtel

Are You desperate for Job ?

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No. I am interested for Telecom Job

i am work at telecom job.

market main halla macha dena hai

Bharti Airtel

Tell me about yourself

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My name,Family background... hobbies

I am Sachin, I m belong from maharashtra, I m 32 years old, I m passionate, visionary. Have wonderful & challengeable 12 years exp in telcom sales & service. Coming back to my educational background my highest qualification is graduating, currently I am persuing MBA in marketing. Coming back to my family back ground I have 2 siblings. Less

Well crafted, smooth and fruitful

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Bharti Airtel

Define yourself in 2 Words.

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2 ▼ My name is vivek kumar dixit i belongs to Lucknow i persuing bachelor from lucknow university. and my interest is Good customer handling, and Good communication skill. Less

I am Manoj Tiwari interested to take challenges in pharma marketing having a huge experience of 25 plus year. I believe in team work and I have expertise to motivate my people so that they were fruitful for organisation Less

My name is piyush kumar singh i belongs to varanasi i persuing pgdm from iilm ahl lucknow. and my interest is Good customer handling, and Good communication skill. Less

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What is your biggest weakness?

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what was your story

I said I had a difficult time relying on others because of the company I was working with at the time. My coworkers werent responsible and werent held accountable either. Since then, Ive left my old company and started with a company, not Altria. Met a few people that used to work for them and didnt have nice things to say. Make sure you really want to work for them. If not, look into a more reputable, rewarding, socially accepted company like Hershey's! Less

Don't b.s. here.. they will call you out. After I answered the question truthfully they thanked me for not using a cliche response and stated that they call people out when they do so. Less


STAR Question: The question was a WWYD question where I was asked what I would do if a client made a purchase based on a current promotion and signed the contract, only to find out that the promotion was changed at the last minute that morning before the client signed the contract and without the client being aware that the promotion had been changed. Upon finding out about the change, the client asked to return the products for a full refund. But since the contract was already signed, your sales manager tells you that there is nothing they can do because it is written in the contract and they have to honor it. What would you do?

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As a company employee, once I sign a contract on behalf of my company, the contract is a binding contract in a court of law since the date the contract was signed. Henceforth, the customer has the right to retain the benefits of the promotion for which he agreed to and signed and whose terms and conditions are most likely specified in the contract. Should he require a full refund, we should accept the return as we have failed to deliver on the original promise made to the customer. I will also try to find out the $ amount involved in the disagreement. If it is a small amount in relation to the volume of business I generate from this customer, it is a no brainer and I will convince my manager to either keep the old promo or provide a refund to customer to keep the customer happy. Less

The key to answering the dissatisfied customer question is as follows: The customer was told by you that if the promotion did not work out, he could return the product at no charge. Now the promotion has changed and the customer cannot return product without some kind of charge. You should explain to the customer that you offered the the return policy because you are highly confident that the promotion will succeed. After all, you gain nothing if he returns the product. Returning the promo product is really a moot point because between the two of you, with your expertise and assistance, the promotion is going to be a huge success and the customer can expect an exceptional roi. Less

On contracts, it is about the net price to consumers. Buyers typically are given a suggested price point or price range that the company need in order to get your billback $$$. If a promotion was cancelled after the customer received the product, if u have any coupons, u could use those to reduce the price. Some companies will not allow you to use coupons to further reduce the price on promotions. Given this scenario, hopefully you would have established a solid business relationship, one built on honesty, integrity and strong business ethics. This would allow the customer to be more understanding. You could also inform the customer on when the next promotion is. Less


I was given a situational question of what would I do if I told an account that there was a promotion available that would allow me and the customer to both reach our quarterly quotas. But I checked into it later and realized the promotion no longer existed.

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Honesty, Integrity and high character is essential to the position. When presenting a promotion to a customer, you always speak from the position of "value to the customer" Why should he bring "x" number of cases in for promotion. Less

If you checked into it later and discovered that it didnt exist, u should contact the customer immediately and inform him. Hopefully, he still has time to cancel the order. Less

After sharing the right information and apologizing for my mistake, I will try to convince him to validate his order with the new information. If that fails, I will try to look for other customers to help me close the sales gap and keep my boss happy. Less

Bharti Airtel

What is the DPL?

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Dealer Price List

Dealer per lakh

Distribution per Lakh


What's it feel like to steal from unemployed job seekers?

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Very tasteless and disrespectful. Being a professional entails that you treat others with respect and grace, whether you get the job or not. This interview answer and question are neither funny nor are they entertaining, rather they give insight as to one of the many reasons you are probably unemployed. If you have an issue with HR you should find a more appropriate channel to voice your concerns, an avenue that will help you gain whatever it is you are looking for. This is something that a person held back 3 years in high school would write. Disgusting and offensive rhetoric. Less

HR Manager is a straight up ignorant clueless b####


How do you feel about selling cigarettes?

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I am sorry that it did not come up to your expectation. All you can do is learn from the experience and move on. Get tips from other professionals you trust and ask them for constructive criticism. Believe me, we have all had those kind of experiences. Less

I compared marketing their product to selling beer, wine and liquor. Free will is left up to the customer, and as long as a product is legal, I have no issue with providing it to the general public. I added much more personal information, but you get the idea. Less

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