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Mansimar Anand’s BrightCHAMPS Interview Experience

“Mansimar Anand” who was placed at “BrightCHAMPStalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Anjali”

Profile offered: Software Development Engineer

Job Location: Hyderabad

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: The difficulty level of the interview was 9. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Mansimar Anand to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: I am in my final year pursuing a bachelor of engineering in Computers from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: There were a total of three face-to-face online rounds. First-round consists leetcode medium and hard level coding questions. After shortlisting of few students, the next round was a machine code round. Four tasks were given in that round with two classes. Then there was a CS fundamentals round of 1 hour based on questions like DS, DBMS, network. The last round was around 1 hour taken by the Project Manager. Questions asked on Database Design( 4-5 Table were asked), asked to write complex SQL queries in 5- 6 lines. It took 45 minutes out of 1 hour and the last 15 minutes were considered for the HR round.

Question 3: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: Round 3 was my HR round of 15 minutes only.

Question 4: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: I’m a self-taught code enthusiast. My project was also based on Data structure algorithms like B – trees. I solved a lot more leetcode ( medium and hard level) problems.

Question 5: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: Pick up any coding language and start doing the coding. Start problem-solving practice on leetcode, codeforces on your second year onwards. Be good at coding.

Question 6: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: I wasn’t a part of any society.

Question 7: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mansimar-anand


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Abhinav Singh’s FILO Interview Experience

“Abhinav Singh” who was interned at “FILOtalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Kashish”

Profile offered: Software Developer

Job Location: Gurugram

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.5

Interview Difficulty Level: Easy to Average

Here are the questions we asked Abhinav Singh to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: I am Abhinav Singh from Kolkata and pursuing my Bachelor’s degree in Thapar University in Computer Science. I have always been passionate about coding. My qualities are self-motivated, easily adapting to the environment, and hardworking.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: There was no written test.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: There were 2 rounds of interviews.
1st round -> Just one coding question was asked and it was spiral traversal of a binary tree.
2nd round -> Technical plus HR. For the technical part, they asked basic questions on OS, DBMS, and OOPS and also 1 coding question.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: In HR, they just asked about the issue of relocation.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: I have good basic concepts and knowledge of coding.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: Practice on geeksforgeeks for coding questions, placement questions of companies.
OS, DBMS, and OOPS concepts are required, CN is asked in very rare companies.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: I wasn’t a part of any society so I don’t think that students from societies had any benefits which I didn’t have. But yes something like UIP, is really beneficial because you got to know about the placement experiences of different companies.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Just stay calm. In the starting, if you are not getting placed and your friends are, don’t panic.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: abhinav.singh4666@gmail.com


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Harsh Das’s Barclays Interview Experience

“Harsh Das” who was placed at “Barclaystalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Shivanshi”

Profile offered: I’ll be working as a Graduate Analyst, which will serve the purpose of SDE and building up the algorithms that will run throughout the domain they are performing.

Job Location: Job location is not yet known. It will be either Pune or Chennai.

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 6.5

Interview Difficulty Level: I would rate it 3 or 4 out of ten. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Harsh Das to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Hello, I’m Harsh Das. I’m in the final year of my bachelor’s degree in Thapar, and I’m currently pursuing Computer Engineering. I have got an internship offer from INDMoney, and a placement offer from Barclays.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: First of all, there was a HackerRank test consisting of MCQ questions on data structures, OS, DBMS, Computer Networking, and some aptitude-based questions. Also, there were 1-2 coding questions.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: There was only one interview which consisted of technical and HR round. The interview started with my introduction; I explained my tech stack and fields of interest to her. Then she asked me to write a program to find the radius from the equation of a given circle. In the end, she asked me some HR questions like difficulties I faced while working in any organization.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: Answered above.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: The key factors will be :
It is very important to know the basic concepts of computer engineering. The only way to do this is to study data structures and algorithms, Operating systems, DBMS, and most importantly, OOPS.
Experience of the work-life is essential as well. Before jumping into data structures and algorithms, I started web development, which helped me develop myself and clear the interview.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: My suggestion to juniors will be that it would be perfect if you start working on your tech stack and exploring new fields by the end of your second year, and from your third year, start working on data structures. Initially, try solving questions on HackerRank. Focus on subjects like OS, OOPS, DBMS and CN.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: Extracurricular activities and participation in societies play a huge role in your personal and professional growth. It helps in your skill set development. Through societies, I got to know many seniors and the tech stack they follow. Working in societies is an experience in itself.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: You should enjoy your college life and should not take that much burden, but at the same time, you need to prioritize your work and goals. Just keep working consistently in the field of your interest.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: harshdas562@gmail.com

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harshdas05/


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Harsh Das’s INDmoney Interview Experience

“Harsh Das” who was interned at “INDmoneytalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Shivanshi”

Profile offered: SDE

Job Location: Gurgaon

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 6 or 7

Interview Difficulty Level: The interviewer was the company’s tech lead and, I was a bit nervous, so I’ll rate it six on ten. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Harsh Das to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Hello, I’m Harsh Das. I’m in the final year of my bachelor’s degree in Thapar, and I’m currently pursuing Computer Engineering. I have got an internship offer from INDMoney, and a placement offer from Barclays.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: There was no aptitude or coding test for this company. The students were shortlisted on the basis of the resume they provided. There was only one interview round which lasted for 30 minutes. It started with a proper introduction, and I told him about my tech stack. The interviewer asked me to explain one of my projects in detail and demonstrate it. The questions were based on my tech stack, and afterward, he gave me one coding question, which was on arrays. In the end, he asked me about the acid properties of DBMS transactions and a SQL query.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: Answered above.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: Answered above.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: The key factors will be :
It is very important to know the basic concepts of computer engineering. The only way to do this is to study data structures and algorithms, Operating systems, DBMS, and most importantly, OOPS.
Experience of the work-life is essential as well. Before jumping into data structures and algorithms, I started web development, which helped me develop myself and clear the interview.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: My suggestion to juniors will be that it would be perfect if you start working on your tech stack and exploring new fields by the end of your second year, and from your third year, start working on data structures. Initially, try solving questions on HackerRank. Focus on subjects like OS, OOPS, DBMS and CN.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: Extracurricular activities and participation in societies play a huge role in your personal and professional growth. It helps in your skill set development. Through societies, I got to know many seniors and the tech stack they follow. Working in societies is an experience in itself.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: You should enjoy your college life and should not take that much burden, but at the same time, you need to prioritize your work and goals. Just keep working consistently in the field of your interest.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: harshdas562@gmail.com

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harshdas05/


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Priyanshi Jain’s Publicis Sapient Interview Experience

“Priyanshi Jain who was interned at “Publicis Sapienttalks about her interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what she says about the placement season.

Her Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Vidushi”

Profile offered: Junior Associate Technology

Job Location: Gurgaon

Branch and Graduation Year: ECE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: It was very basic. I would rate it 4-5. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Priyanshi Jain to know about her interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: My name is PriyanshiJain and I am from Electronics and Communication branch. I got a full-time offer from Optum and an internship offer from Publicis Sapient. I have a cgpa of 8.27.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: It was an online test that had two sections aptitude and technical. The aptitude consisted of verbal and quantitative and it was MCQ based. The technical round was divided into two parts in the first part there was one coding question which was the rainwater trapping problem of arrays and the second part was MCQ based.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: I had a technical +HR round. The interview started with discussions on projects. Then they asked me about my skills. I was given two coding questions which were easy. OOPS was also asked.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: The HR question asked to me was suppose you have to work in a team and two of the team members don’t want to work and all the pressure comes on you then what you will do.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: 1. C++
2. Projects
3. I was clear with the basics.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: Have good projects. Be well aware of your resume. Have good knowledge about OOPS, DSA and DBMS. Maintain a minimum CGPA of 8.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: Honestly it places no role in placements. It matters only if you are into technical societies. It only helps in boosting your confidence and increases your connectivity with seniors.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Brush up on your C++, DSA skills and make good projects.

Question 9: Many of the students think that if they maintain a CGPA above 9 they will definitely get placed. Please reflect on this.

Answer: I don’t think CGPA plays much role, to be honest. If you are aiming at very high companies like Arcesium and DeShaw then definitely you should maintain a cgpa 9 above. Knowledge about computer subjects matters more than CGPA does.

Question 10: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: pjain1_be18@thapar.edu

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/priyanshi-jain-6069391b3/


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Rakshit Bhatia’s Lybrate Interview Experience

“Rakshit Bhatia” who was placed at “Lybratetalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Vidushi”

Profile offered: Product Intern under Product management

Job Location: Currently remote once opened maybe in Delhi

Branch and Graduation Year: ENC – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: This interview was completely different from the interviews of software developer profile and Data Analyst profile. I would rate it as 3-4 if someone knows about product management otherwise 8-9 if the person is unaware of product management. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Rakshit Bhatia to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Hi, my name is Rakshit Bhatia and I am pursuing Electronics and Computer Engineering from Thapar Institute and I will be graduating in 2022.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: There were aptitude questions, product management questions. There was one question in which we had to create a product for Ola for blind people. I had to write my idea of creating this and lay the roadmap for execution. I also had to tell the primary issues faced by customers when we add this feature. I also had to tell what technologies would be suitable to create such an app and how this would be released in the market

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: There were two product rounds. First-round was more technical and the second round was based on product management. In the first round, there were mostly project-based questions. They asked me what extra I could have done in those projects in the product management sense. They asked me do I know Google Analytics and how can we add that API to make this project better. I was also asked about DBMS concepts and SQL. I was asked a little about C++. They also asked about Excel. In the second round, they asked me how does Google earn money. One of my projects was that I created a platform where people can write and share articles so they asked what feature I can add in that and earn money from this project.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: I did not have an HR round.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: 1. My interest and knowledge in this field.
2. My projects

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: Firstly people should not go for this company why are they aiming small. Secondly, it should be a backup option only. If someone wants to land a role in product management they need to first understand this field and make projects that are useful in this field. Create a product management portfolio and do some courses. Try cold emailing. It works and Linkedin, it works and find opportunities.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: It depends. If you want to land a role as an Analyst you need good extracurricular activities but if you want to go purely into software development then you don’t need this instead you should focus on doing technical projects.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Take the placement as quickly as possible and try to land up in a tech profile as they offer better packages. If the company says that the profile is non-tech then also it’s not completely nontech it is tech only. If you have zero interest in tech then go for an MBA directly.

Question 9: Why did you not go for the profile of Software Developer?

Answer: The misconception is that software developers get a high-paying role at the start that is true but the growth of the product manager is exponential. Many people stand out as Software Developers and after two years they do MBA and then they shift to product management. So if I know that I have to do product management only why not take the step earlier.

Question 10: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: rbhatia1_be18@thapar.edu

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rakshit-bhatia-7461b716a


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Rachit Khanna’s Coding Ninjas Interview Experience

“Rachit Khanna” who was interned at “Coding Ninjastalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Aditya”

Profile offered: Content Intern

Job Location: Gurugram

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.5

Interview Difficulty Level: It’s Moderate.

Here are the questions we asked Rachit Khanna to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: My name is Rachit Khanna. I am a 4th year engineering student at Thapar University. I have been offered a Content Intern in Coding Ninjas.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: The written test is conducted as the very first step to filter students and is consists of Aptitude based and Verbal ability Questions.
There were three rounds. The first one was a coding test in which there were 20 aptitude questions and three coding questions which were of medium level. The aptitude questions were of medium to a high level. Coding questions were based on arrays and strings.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: The second and third were interview rounds. Although they were technical rounds from their side, they didn’t ask me any coding questions or DSA concepts.
I think the written test is difficult than interviews because of the selection ratio, so one should focus more on the Written test, although the interview is equally important.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: This was also good.
They asked basic questions like
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Some guestimattes type questions
Are you placed in some company or not? (Always give an honest answer )

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: I had the confidence and was able to express myself. Even if I had no idea, I was giving them some ideas and then further they were helping me out. My concepts of DBMS and OS were also quite clear.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: Computer Networks, OOPS, DSA, code readability, speaking skills, and confidence.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: Extracurricular activities are important as they train you how to interact and gain confidence and how can we pursue someone. Societies play an important role in building your overall character and personality.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: I would just like to suggest my juniors to be patient during placements. I know it’s a hectic process but being patient will help you see things clearly.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: rachukhanna2347@gmail.com

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachit-khanna-961b5816b/


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Ishaan Takkar’s Frugal Testing Interview Experience

“Ishaan Takkar” who was placed at “Frugal Testingtalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Parul”

Profile offered: SDE

Job Location: Hyderabad

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 6.5

Interview Difficulty Level: 5 (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Ishaan Takkar to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: I am Ishaan Takkar, currently in my final year at TIET and pursuing my internship at Frugal testing.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: No written test
Assessment Session(2 assignments) (3 days provided)
1 Asked to automate a website using selenium and java- I automated the SpiceJet website.
2 Theoretical process- 15 questions based on selenium and java.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: 3 Technical rounds
Questions related to Data Structures, Testing and Puzzles/Aptitude
Data Structures- Basic questions of arrays and strings with a time limit of 2-3 minutes
Testing- (what is selenium?, Basic architecture of Selenium, Testing concepts, etc.)
Puzzles- Gfg puzzles

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: Basic HR policies
strength, weakness

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: Clear concept and confidence.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: 1. Good command on DSA
2. Practice Aptitude questions
3. Practice Analytical question
4. Review Interview prep from platforms like gfg

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: It helps you with better interaction with team and Improves of range of network which play an important role in the future. It improves your communication skills and your interaction with your peers.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Try to do as many internships as possible(at least 2 in your second -third year)
Start coding in early college life
Explore as many fields before choosing one
Make a mentor in college to guide you in your college life.
In Placement0 season try to give most of the interviews to help you know your shortcoming cause you will never be fully prepared.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ishaantakkar99/


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Gourav Aggarwal’s Ascentx Interview Experience

“Gourav Aggarwal” who was placed at “Ascentxtalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Vidushi”

Profile offered: Software Trainee Engineer

Job Location: Chandigarh

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.5

Interview Difficulty Level: There were two rounds. In the first round I would rate the difficulty as 7-8 and second round I would rate it as 9-10. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Gourav Aggarwal to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Hello everyone, my name is Gourav Aggarwal. I am currently a fourth-year student of the COE branch at Thapar Institute. I recently got placed at Ascentx company as a Software Developer.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: The test had two sections one was coding and the other was aptitude. The aptitude section included logical questions and basic questions from OS, DBMS. There were 3 to 4 coding questions based on DSA. The DSA questions were not standard DSA questions.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: They asked me about the Tower of Hanoi problem. They also asked me about OOPS concepts. They asked for definitions of polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation. Queries were asked from DBMS. At the last, they asked me for a puzzle of two bottles. The second round was a bit difficult. They asked me DBMS questions. They asked me in how many ways we can find out the factorial of a number.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: The HR asked about my family background and about my plans for higher studies.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: 1. I knew about OOPS concepts.
2. I knew DBMS queries.
3. Good puzzle-solving and aptitude skills.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: If you know Java it would be an advantage. Have knowledge about OOPS, OS and DBMS. Have knowledge about aptitude and logical reasoning.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: I have not participated in societies. Leadership and communications skills enhance if you are part of societies. You can also add them in resume so your resume becomes impressive.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Don’t take much pressure about placements. It’s not necessary that you should know all languages just be perfect in one language. Be perfect in one skill like web development or machine learning.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: gaggarwal_be18@thapar.edu

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gourav-aggarwal-a93012185


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Vipul Rana’s Siemens Healthineers Interview Experience

“Vipul Rana” who was placed at “Siemens Healthineerstalks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about the placement season.

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Vidushi”

Profile offered: Graduate Engineer Trainee

Job Location: Bangalore

Branch and Graduation Year: COE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: I would rate it as 6 or 7. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Vippul Rana to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: I am Vipul Rana,I am currently a fourth-year Computer Engineering student at Thapar Institute. I have been given a sixth-month internship and full-time opportunity from Seimens Healtineers for Graduate Engineer Trainee profile.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round, and type of test platform (online – amcat, hackerearth, etc / offline)

Answer: The online test was not very difficult. It had two coding questions based on DSA and some multiple-choice questions based on OS and DBMS.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any) (please share coding questions if possible)

Answer: There were three rounds. First was technical, second was Manegerial+Technical, and third was HR. Many questions related to OOPS were asked. There were mental reasoning questions. They asked me the approach to the coding problem so I had to write pseudo code for it. There was a discussion on projects also and technical questions on projects were also asked.

Question 4: Describe your all HR interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round

Answer: The HR round lasted only for fifteen minutes. In the HR round, I was asked why I want to join Seimens Healtineers. As I had an interest in Defence also so they asked me what I will choose Armed Forces or this job.

Question 5: What were the key factors for your selection?

Answer: 1. My honesty.
2. Basics of OOPS were clear.
3. Good at mental ability questions.

Question 6: What are the things students should focus on in order of priority?

Answer: OOPS concepts should be strong. Enhance your coding skills.
Have a good knowledge of DSA, OS, and DBMS.

Question 7: According to you, what role do extracurricular activities as well as participation in societies play?

Answer: I was not part of any society.

Question 8: Any Other Advice you would like to give to your juniors?

Answer: Don’t give up and get disheartened during the placement time.

Question 9: How can we contact you? (LinkedIn Profile Link/Contact No./etc.)

Answer: vipul9674@gmail.com

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vipul-rana-01334219a/


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