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November 27, 2013
Games and Sports are of a great importance in defence as they makes you physically fit and mentally relaxed. So the IO will be highly interested in the games which you play. He wants to know how properly you played that game and what all you knows about that Game/Sport.
IO will going to screw you up if you are bluffing on any game which you didn't played, they catches bluffmaster within a second. For example a candidate said that he plays Football, then Interviewing officer said what is Offside rule, then the candidate said when ball goes out of playing area from the sidelines (not from goal line). So from his answer even we can judge that this guy has mugged up the basic rules but never played the game seriously as all Good tournaments follows Offside rule in football.
Below are the some basic questions which IO may ask you, there is no limit on questions but you can easily answer them easily if you really played that particular game.
1. How did you started playing this game or why you likes this particular game/games.
2. What are the basic rules of this game.
3. Who is you favorite player and why, for which team he plays?.
4. How will you organize a tournament of Football/Hockey/Cricket.
5. How does a ball in Cricket/Football swings.
6. What are the dimensions of the field/court used in this game.
7. At what position you prefers to play.
8. Name any all time great of the game.
9. Name few major tournaments of the game and few domestic tournaments.
8. Name the last International/Domestic tournament of the game.
Note - One thing is most important is that, if you didn't played a particular game and you are writing it to show off, then remember you try to show off and IO will see you off. If you played a particular game for short duration and you are planning to mention it in your PIQ then you must do your homework on that game otherwise restrict yourself from mentioning it in PIQ.