When writing a letter to request permission from your college principal to attend an interview, maintain clarity and politeness. Clearly state your name, department, roll number, and the reason for the request. Provide details about the interview and express gratitude for the consideration.

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Sample Application for Permission to attend an interview - Letter Requesting Permission to Attend an Interview

The Principal,
_____________ (Name of the College)
_____________ (Address)

Date: __/__/____ (Date)

____________ (Name of the Student)
____________ (Department, year)

Subject: Application for Permission to attend an interview

Respected Sir/Madam,

With due respect, my name is ____________ (Name of the Student). I hail from ______________ (Name of the Department) and hold a roll number ______________ (Roll Number).

This letter is in regard to a permission; to attend an interview as per call letter received from ______________ (Company Name/Institution Name). I write to ask for humble permission to attend this interview. I would like to keep you notified that I would not be in college during the time of the interview.

Thanking You

Yours Thankfully/Sincerely/Obediently/Faithfully,
_____________ (Name of the Student)
_____________ (Name of the Department)

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  1. What should I include in a letter asking for permission to attend an interview?
    • Include your name, department, roll number, details about the interview, and a polite request for permission.
  2. Is it necessary to inform the principal about the interview details?
    • Yes, providing details about the interview, such as the company name or institution organizing it, helps the principal understand the purpose of your request.
  3. How should I address the principal in the letter?
    • Address the principal respectfully as "Respected Sir/Madam" or "Dear Sir/Madam."
  4. Should I mention my absence from college during the interview time?
    • Yes, it's important to inform the principal that you will not be available in college during the interview time to attend the interview.
  5. Is it appropriate to express gratitude in the letter?
    • Yes, expressing gratitude at the end of the letter shows respect and appreciation for the principal's consideration of your request.

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