SSB Interview: Download Interview Questions

SSB Interview: Download Interview Questions

SSB Interview is the process in which the candidate is in direct conversation with the IO (Interviewing Officer) and is assessed on his/her personality and is asked questions pertaining to the PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire) filled by the candidate. SSB Personal Interview is the test of your heart. INTER-VIEW simply means looking the inner view of the Candidate. SSB interview is conducted by the senior and experienced officer of Armed Forces. 

While he interviews you he visualizes whether you have the essential qualities to be trained to be as an Indian Army officer. What you have done till now with regard to your basic educational qualifications from 10th to present level, your participation and achievements in extracurricular activities, your hobbies and interests, sports participation, your relation with your family, friends, teachers and society at large, your general awareness, subject knowledge and general knowledge and your physical and mental fortitude are important facets of his assessment. The interviewing officer gives you fair benefit for shortcomings academics or mistakes which you may have committed in your life. Don't hide anything and lie, making false pretences is viewed negatively and is easily discernible.

The candidate has to answer the questions in the same sequence as asked. In between the IO may ask some other questions as well to get some things clarified. The IO may ask 5 – 6 rapid fire sequences during the interview.

The SSB Interview questions will be ranging from a myriad of topics like your education from school, favourite teachers and why do you like them, questions regarding your friends, family and colleagues, the subjects you liked at school or college, what you like about your job, questions regarding your pocket money or salary and how you utilize it, your goals dreams and aspirations, sports and co-curricular activities, general awareness, current affairs, defence news, geopolitics and India’s relations with its neighbours.


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