1. Explain what is quality Control (QC)?

Concern with the quality of the product. QC finds the defects and suggests improvements. The process set by QA is implemented by QC. The QC is the responsibility of the tester.

2. Tell me what is your greatest strength as a Quality Control Inspector?

Report writing. Learning trainee inspectors. Communication between field and management.

3. Tell me what is software Testing?

Software Testing is the process of ensuring that product which is developed by the developer meets the user requirement. The motive to perform testing is to find the bugs and make sure that they get fixed.

4. Tell me how to you implement new process and procedures?

Always delivered on time.Excellent report writing skills which speaks for itself of the field work done.

5. What is PAR: Preventive Action Request?

PAR, or Preventive Action Request, is very similar to CAR. PAR is also one of the most widely used terms for Preventive Actions by companies that are ISO certified. We use PARs to conduct an investigation to find the root cause(s) of a potential problem so that this possible problem does not come to pass. As with CAR, PAR refers to all steps of Preventive Action, not just the Request portion as the name might imply. Again, when the Preventive Action moves to Root Cause Investigation, we don't switch the name to PARC but wrongly continue to call it PAR until closure. Therefore, in my view, PAR is not good nomenclature for Preventive Actions.

6. Tell me why are you the best candidate for the job?

I am experienced and equipped with basic rules or standards of quality and will add knowledge and my expertise skills while learning new things in this organisation.The requirements and duties of this post are very much so it wont be something new to me like..SOP's, updating and capturing info on the system.

7. What is NCR: Non-Conformance Report?

NCR seems, to me, one of the most widely misunderstood acronyms. Most people tend to confuse NCR with a Corrective Action or, worse yet, with an Audit Nonconformity. First of all, a Nonconformance is an instance when a product does not meet product specifications - whether the nonconformity is major or minor - and therefore does not conform to requirements (hence the term Nonconformance). Nonconformance Reports, or NCRs, log and track the occurrence of Nonconformances either in paperwork or in electronic form.

8. Tell me how would your previous manager describe you?

Punctual, team player, someone who takes direction and can give direction, great person to work with. A professional and also a person who cares about the people she works with as well as the company meeting deadlines.

9. What is CAR: Corrective Action Request?

CAR stands for Corrective Action Request, and it means the activity of originating a Corrective Action. In the ISO arena, CAR is by far one of the most frequently used terms for Corrective Action. The essence of CAR is to conduct investigation on a problem which already happened and needs root cause analysis and resolution to prevent recurrence. Although the acronym translates to Corrective Action Request, when companies use this acronym, they actually use it for their entire Corrective Action lifecycle rather than just the request portion.

In my view, this is not an appropriate name for a Corrective Action, because the name implies it is only the initial stage of the Corrective Action process. What happens after the Corrective Action has been Requested and is now on Root Cause mode? Should it be CARC, as in, Corrective Action Root Cause? Or what if the Corrective Action is in the Review of Effectiveness stage, should it be CARE? Get the point?

10. What are NCR, CAR & PAR?

CAR: Corrective Action Request
PAR: Preventive Action Request
NCR: Non-Conformance Report

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