Mahendra Singh’s Reliance Interview Experience

“Mahendra Singh” who was placed at “Reliancetalks 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: “Himani”

Profile offered: RPMG. It’s basically about working in a manufacturing plant and making reports.

Job Location: Mumbai and Jamnagar

Branch and Graduation Year: EIC – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: 6/10 (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Hi Guys! My name is Mahendra Singh, a final year EIC student at Thapar University. I’m placed in Reliance right now.

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 one written test. Core questions were asked from subjects like advanced process control, control systems, and basic electronics. 15-20 questions were asked from the aptitude test. Then we got selected for interview.

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 technical interviews. In the 1st round, they mainly discussed my resume, projects, and what I have done so far till my 4th year. 2nd round was more of core knowledge on subjects like process control, control system. Questions like, what do you like about this subject? what is the scope of your branch? were asked. The platform used was Zoom meeting.

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

Answer: There was one HR round. They asked 3-4 questions like, where do you wanna see yourself after 10 years? Why do you want to join Reliance?

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

Answer: Confidence level and knowledge of core subjects.

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

Answer: See if you are preparing for core, then just prepare well what you have been taught in class. Be clear with basic concepts of electronics. Like in the semiconductor industry basic questions were asked like, how does a transistor work? working principle of BJT and its characteristics? and all. So, just work upon your basics. Companies usually check your level of knowledge. On the other hand, if you want to go in consultancy, then you can prepare for that within 2 months because they basically check your communication skills but if you are preparing for an IT company then start it’s preparation in 3rd year as high competition is there.

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

Answer: According to me one should join at least one society because being in a society helps in building management skills and confidence level. It will not help you directly during placements but will build you internally.

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

Answer: Don’t overthink, don’t be depressed, just enjoy your life. Just make a plan that okay I wanna do this/that, rest explore, make friends and build your overall personality.

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

Answer: 9559167754


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Abhishek Jain’s Reliance Industries Interview Experience

“Abhishek Jain” who was placed at “Reliance Industriestalks 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: There were 2 profiles offered, pet-chem and manufacturing. I chose Manufacturing.

Job Location: Not been declared yet.

Branch and Graduation Year: CHE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: Around 7.

Interview Difficulty Level: It was basically like if you have the basic idea about the three subjects Fluids, Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer, it is very easy to crack the interview. (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Abhishek Jain to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: My name is Abhishek Jain. I am in my 4th year currently pursuing Chemical Engineering and I am doing my internship at L&T.

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 difficult as you need to have in-depth knowledge of subjects along with aptitude.
First, they were shortlisted on the basis of CV, and then one written test round on the SHL platform.

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: One Technical Round->You must have the basic knowledge of the 3 subjects Fluids, Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer and also the knowledge about the profile you have chosen.
Questions-> What is the job of a process engineer, Difference between process and unit operations. Then they ask questions about the subjects you find interesting. You must have complete knowledge about the company like when was it started, who is the CEO, what’s the turnover, etc. The choice for the profile was given after the written test. You must also have knowledge about internship as they relate to them and ask questions. Like I am doing the internship in fluids so main questions were from fluids and heat transfer.

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

Answer: It was basically like they want to know more about you like your hobbies, family background, what you do, who you are. Asked about projects and also about the internship.

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

Answer: Master your basics.

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

Answer: In exams, we are usually asked numericals but in interviews, they won’t ask us. They ask basic like shell and tube exchanger from heat transfer and laminar, terminal flow from fluids which every chemical engineer must know. If you are preparing for an interview, you must have the answer to each ‘why’ like why is this thing called so or why is it happening.

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

Answer: I don’t think they play a great role. They don’t ask anything because of their in-depth knowledge of the subjects.

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

Answer: Master your basics then it’ll be easy for you to crack the interview. Improve your CGPA, it’ll have a great effect on the interview.

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

Answer: abhishek.jain9804@gmail.com


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Ketan Dhingra’s Reliance Industries Interview Experience

“Ketan Dhingra” who was placed at “Reliance Industriestalks 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: “Maitreyi”

Profile offered: Graduate Engineer Training

Job Location: Not disclosed yet.

Branch and Graduation Year: ELE – 2022

Cgpa Cutoff: 7.0

Interview Difficulty Level: 8 (1-very easy, 10-very difficult)

Here are the questions we asked Ketan Dhingra to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: My name is Ketan Dhingra. I am from Ludhiana, Punjab. Currently, I am in my final year of my Btech and my branch is Electrical Engineering. I have been placed in Reliance Industries.

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 1 written round which was divided into three parts. The first part was quantitative reasoning second part was English and the third part had questions related to electrical. The level of the test was medium(not too simple and not too hard).

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 were 2 technical interview rounds for everyone else, I got selected in one round itself. The questions were asked from basic schemes of Reliance, Reliance new energy parts. Then they asked some basic questions related to electrical from topics like an induction motor, generator. Some questions were from sustainable energy and my project which was based on sustainable energy.

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

Answer: There was 1 round which was a combination of technical plus HR round. There were basic HR questions and the technical questions which I told above.

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

Answer: I knew about the work they were offering (new sustainable projects) and the project I did also played an important role because it was based on sustainable energy.

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

Answer: You need to learn some basic coding and you should also have strong communication skills for the interview round. Lastly, you should have knowledge about the subjects you are studying.

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

Answer: If you are going for non-tech jobs then it’s important, for a technical job it’s not that important.

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

Answer: I would say do not be impatient and afraid, you will definitely get placed. You should have basic skills and take the job only if you are genuinely interested in the job.

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

Answer: kdhingra_be18@thapar.edu

Your LinkedIn Profile URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ketan-dhingra-98a8191a9


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Pulkit Kapoor’s Reliance Interview Experience

“Pulkit Kapoor” who was placed at “Reliance Industries Limited” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Graduate Engineers Trainee(GET)

Cgpa cutoff:  6.00

Interview difficulty level: 7/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

Here are the questions we asked from Pulkit to know about his interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: My name is Pulkit Kapoor. I was born and brought up in Amritsar. I did my six months internship at Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Gurgaon. I was allocated 1 major project and 2 minor projects. I saved Rs.8 lakhs per year for the vendor company in my project ” Quality improvement in Roof Lining”. During my college time, I led a team of 15 members for the Go-Kart championship in which we secured all India 17th rank out of 133 teams. I was a part of many cultural fests organising teams. I am an active member of Thapar University Badminton team.

Question 2: Describe Your written test experience specifying the number of rounds, details of each round and type of test platform ( If online mention the type of test platform eg. Hackereart, CoCubes, Amcat etc).

Answer: The test was conducted by AMCAT.

The written test comprises of 2 parts:

Part-1: was an aptitude test comprising of 3 sections: Quant, English, Reasoning. There was sectional cut off for each section. The level of difficulty was easy to moderate. Basic mathematics knowledge would easily help you clear these sections.

Part-2: was a technical test comprising of 50 questions in 30 minutes. Questions from mostly all the subjects studied in engineering were asked. Only Reasoning questions were asked. No formulae based questions were there. The difficulty of this section was moderate.

You have to clear all the sections to proceed to the next round.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying number of rounds and details of each round.

Answer: There was only 1 round of interview which comprises of both the HR and Technical questions. Questions such as introduce yourself, Family members, why Reliance, questions based on the resume were asked. Before the interview, they will ask you to fill in a detailed form in which we have to rate our command on some subjects. So, questions from those subjects were asked.

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

Answer: Only 1 round of interview. Simple HR questions were asked.

Question 5: What do you think were key factors for your selection?

Answer: Confidence, Passion for work, Convincing nature, Cheerful throughout the interview were key factors because of which I got selected.

Question 6: What would you like to advise juniors for technical skills they should develop for this company?

Answer: Prepare 2 technical subjects. they will ask you questions from the subjects which you will mention on the form. And don’t rate yourself 4/5 or less. Always rate yourself 5/5 in those subjects. And be confident about them.

Question 7: What would you like to advise juniors for cracking HR round of this company?

Answer: HR questions were quite simple. No preparation is needed.

For any further Queries feel free to contact me.

Email Id: pulkitkapoor235c@gmail.com

Phone Number: 7837563827

LinkedIn Username : pulkit-kapoor-61b8b59a