Naval architect Interview Questions
54Naval Architect interview questions shared by candidates
competency based with few technical questions1 Answers
stammered bit in technical overall I felt it was good.
What are the challenges facing autonomous vehicles as they roll out?1 Answers
Created a list of ideas, condensed it to my favoured few and had bullet points.
If someone delivered work to you late which was needed for you to give a presentation to your boss what would you do?1 Answers
Find out the situation and take appropriate measures
Asked about where I see myself in the company in the 5 years, though I thought it was a difficult question at the time I guess they found my answer fitting. I wondered whether I was being over confident in saying that out loud.1 Answers
I stated that I found myself moving up the ranks from surveyor to principal position and moving within the group to another region. Less
What specific aspect of your job you like?1 Answers
Health and Safety, Final Questions1 Answers
These related to the key considerations of safe work in a shipyard environment, an office environment, and when working from home. Mental health and burnout are particularly important to mention alongside industrial hazards as the business is trying to focus more on this aspect. Less
Technical Competencies for the Job1 Answers
These focused on my engineering discipline - in my case, Naval Architecture - and were pitched to ensure I had a good technical understanding of the role. I found them fairly straightforward, for example explaining important considerations in ship stability. Less
fundamentals of ship building1 Answers
if you want to build a ship what u will do first?
What all can you tell me about Larson & Toubri1 Answers
Larsen and turbo limited commonly known as L&T,is an indian technology,engineering,construction,manufacturing and financial services conglomerate with global operation,headquatered in mumbai maharashtra, india it was founded by two danish engineers taking refuge in india Ceo of the company is S N Subrahmanyam Less