Important Common Questions For Highway Engineers
If you are fresher or preparing for a highway engineer interview, So these 13 questions may be important for all of you which are commonly asked of every highway engineer by the interviewer. Remember this question answers to cracks an interview easily & effectively.
No. 1– What is the crust thickness of pavement in your project?
i). GSB – 250mm.
ii). CTB – 200mm.
iii).WMM – 100mm. (crack relief layer)
iv). DBM – 50mm.
v). BC – 50mm.
For Service road -330mm
CTGSB – 180mm, WMM – 100mm & BC – 50mm.
No. 2– How much quantity of earthwork, GSB, WMM & bituminous is there in your project?
i). Earthwork – 3,00,0000m3.
ii). GSB – 2,00,000m3.
iii). CTB – 1,70,000m3.
iv). WMM – 1,00000m3.
v). DBM & BC – 1,40,000m3.
No. 3– How much Staff is working under you? Draw the organization chart & show your position.
Ans:- There are 4 staff is working under me.
No. 4– Who is your consultant/IE?
The name of the consultant is Xyz and IE is Abc.
No. 5– What is the name of your IE team leader?
The name of the consultant is Mr. Rajeev Dixit.
No. 6– What do you know about this company?
As an experienced candidate in this sector, I have heard a lot About your organization. Your organization’s name & prestige is what drove me here to apply for the position when your job vacancy was posted on your site. I know that your company has been in business for over XYZ years with an excellent reputation. In successful completion of highway projects. Your company is providing a good opportunity to new coming members. So, I am sitting in front of you.
No.7 – Please draw the X- section of the pavements.
No. 8– What is your weakness?
i). The first is my inability to share responsibilities.
ii). I lose my patience when I suspect that the other person is not doing it right. I have discussed these weaknesses with my supervisor as areas I would like to improve.
iii). The third is I easily trust everyone.
No. 9– Why do you want to leave your present company?
i). I would really love to be part of your project from beginning to end, and I know I would have that opportunity here.
ii). In my current role, I have learned many new skills. I am looking for a position in which I can continue to grow that skill set in new circumstances.
iii). I have learned a lot in my current role, but I am looking for an opportunity that provides more challenges as I continue developing my skills and ability.
No. 10– Tell me your 5 strong points.
i). Flexibility to handle any situation.
ii). Good communication.
iii). Work under pressure.
No. 11– Tell me your achievements in your career.
i). Reorganized something to make it work better.
ii). Identified a problem & solved it.
iii). Come up with new ideas & improved things.
iv). Developed & implemented new procedures or systems.
v). Worked on special projects.
vi). Received awards/certificates.
No. 12– What are your salary expectations?
This is your most important negotiation, Never lie about what you currently make, but feel free to include the estimated cost of all your fringes, which could well tack on 25 to 30% more to your Present salary.
No. 13– How much time are you required to join?
Always says one month but handling this situation very calmly. If you are ideal & have no job, can say within 7 days.
I earnestly hope that these common question answers have been both meaningful and useful to you & help you to crack your interview.
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