Getting Ready

Get the know-how to prep right and beat the competition

You found your dream job at Tata Play, applied, and got a call from us. We want to meet you. This meeting is an opportunity for you to demonstrate that you are the right fit for the job. Here are the types of questions we might ask:

Look for your fit

Look for your fit

Apply to the jobs that you have a passion for and that align with your skills and experiences.

Put your best CV forward

Put your best CV forward

Your CV is the first impression we have of you, so you want that to be a strong, clear demonstration of just how awesome you are at what you do.

Practise and prepare

Practise and prepare

Know our Company

The industry we operate in and our business model might be very different from your current industry/organisation so we would suggest that you read up on that. Researching about the Company helps you know us better and clarifies any doubts you might have. Also, don’t forget to check out Tata Play on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Brush up your knowledge

We will have a few questions about your technical knowledge relevant to the role you have applied for, so make sure you brush up on that before you meet us.

Get experience ready

You can’t know all the questions you might be asked in an interview, but you can prepare for several scenarios and we’ll tell you exactly how to do it. First, make a list of the skills and/or experiences that are required for the job. It may help you to look at the job description for signs of the required or preferred skills/qualities and match your own skills to those mentioned. Then, think of definite examples of occasions when you displayed those skills.

For each example, name the Situation, Task, Action, and Result.

  • Situation- the event or situation that you were in
  • Task- the task you had to complete
  • Action- specific actions you took to complete the task
  • Result- the final outcome
  • Whatever examples you select, make sure they are as closely related as possible to the job you’re interviewing for

Keep calm and test

Depending on the role you might be asked to give an aptitude test or a psychometric test or both. The tests you take will be standard and will be conducted online. So, find a quiet space, a good internet connection and some focus while you test. You will receive more detailed information from us if your assessment process requires a test.