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Assessment - Jio Careers
Become part of Jio in Three Easy Steps
1. Application 2. Assessment 3. Selection

1. Tests

All at Jio go through an online aptitude test. This is an objective type test that measures your basic numerical, logical reasoning and language skills. Post that, depending upon type of job, functional/ technical tests are conducted. For leadership roles, psychometric tests are scheduled to help us understand your leadership style.

2. Interviews

Our process involves two rounds of interviews. Each interview last anywhere between 20 minutes to an hour. The interview could be scheduled over telephone, Skype, Video conferencing or Face to Face in the nearest state office. The interviews are quiet intense with lots of brain-storming questions to help us to understand you better. Hence, be prepared to give it your best shot.

The first interview will be scheduled with the subject matter experts. Be prepared for technical, behavioral and situational questions that cover your role-related knowledge. If the first interview goes well, a second interview will be scheduled with your potential manager and a few other team members.

If the candidate is based out of the same city, then a face to face interview at the office location is preferred. If the candidate is based out of station, first interview should be conducted over Video Conferencing (VCs) or Skype or telephone.

How can you make a good first impression? Here are some helpful tips from our interviewers:

1. Be prepared:

You need to prepare for a challenging interview. Be able to articulate how your strengths, work experience and career goals will enable you to succeed in our organization. It is not a secret that you can predict many of the questions you will be asked at the interview. So, plan and prepare your answers.

2. Demonstrate your knowledge of the field:

Show us how you will use your skills and experience to the job? How would you improve and bring out innovation in the existing job? Quantify your answers - for example, how much % of target you have achieved in how much time?

3. Do your research:

The most successful candidates have more than a surface understanding of our organisation, industry trends, the positions for which they are interviewing, the product they’d be working on, and the market for those products.

4. Be honest:

Speak honestly and accurately about your experience and qualifications. Keep in mind, exaggeration or embellishing is a form of dishonesty—and it could do more to harm than good, to your career.

5. Ask questions:

Thoughtful questions demonstrate your level of understanding, interest and passions, so don't hold back. This is your opportunity for you to get to know us.

At Jio what matters is not what is on offer but what you can create with the fire of your ambition. You’ll have chance to demonstrate your ambition in various areas. There are number of criteria which we look for in a candidate:

Technical knowledge

This part of interview is to evaluate your ability to do the job. We look for high performers, who consistently deliver quality work while continually looking for ways to improve.

Behavioural Question

We ask open-ended question to understand how you approach and solve problems in a given situation. Such Questions focus more on experiences, knowledge, skills and abilities.


Jio believes in young leaders and is looking for more. You will be evaluated on your decision-making and communication skills. Be prepared to answer question related to situation where you have led a team and succeeded. Graduates can discuss about their university project where they were part of the team and might have stepped up as a project lead.

We are always looking for people with different perspectives, ideas and experiences to bring dynamism to the organisation. Thus, we encourage openness during interviews. You are free to ask questions related to organisation, job role, performance development, that will help you to decide whether this job is right for you or not. The questions you ask will show your interest towards the organisation and how well you are prepared for the interview.