Vaishali Goyal’s Shell IT Centre Interview Experience

“Vaishali Goyal” who was placed at “Shell IT Centre” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season.

The interview was taken by our UnsaidTalks interviewer- “Abhishek” from  Thapar University.

Check out what he says about placement season.

Branch & Graduation Year:  COE– 2018

Profile Offered: IT Software Engineer

Cgpa cutoff:  8.3

Interview difficulty level: 6/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer :I strongly believe in “The more you learn, the more you earn”. I am hard working and always try to help others.

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:There was 1 online written test that contained three sections – Logical Reasoning, Verbal and Technical MCQs. The questions were not really difficult but there was a sectional cutoff (take care of it). The technical section included basic concepts of CS subjects like OS, DBMS, Networking.




Question 3: Describe your all HR interview specifying number of rounds and details of each round.

Answer:There was only 1 round after the written test. It was a skype interview, there were two interviewers one for technical and one for HR. First they tested technical part which included conceptual questions with real life examples from C, C++, Java, Database , OS and simple coding question (only approach was to be discussed). Then projects were discussed. After that they asked HR questions which were purely based on your past experience, examples of where you did team work and handled challenges, in these type of questions you need to follow the famous STARR approach. Some of the technical questions were: Memory Leak, public and private inheritance with real life example, virtual destructor, Interfaces in java and their equivalent in C++, Difference between drop, delete and truncate etc.

Question 4: What do you think were key factors for your selection?

Question 5: What would you like to advise juniors for cracking Technical round of this company?

Answer:Apart from the coding practice( data structures and algorithms), focus equally on OS, Database, OOPS and other CS subjects. They play major role in your selection as it test your knowledge about CS. Don’t cram anything and relate it to real life. You will get through.

Question 6: What would you like to advise juniors for cracking HR round of this company?

Answer:HR round plays equal role as technical for SHELL interviews. They test your team working skills, and how you manage multiple tasks at a time. So give proper time to it. Follow the STAR approach while giving any answer and focus on what YOU did in a team. Prepare all your stories for past team experiences and projects in advance and just stay calm and confident. Believe in your preparation.

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Himanshu’s Walmart Lab’s Interview Experience

“Himanshu Mittal” who was placed at “Walmart labs ” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Software Developer

Cgpa cutoff:  7.5

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I am a techie person whose hobby is to travel and write awesome stuff 🙂

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).

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



Answer: There are 2 technical rounds. Mostly for all the companies the questions are from below subjects:

  1. data structure (very important)
  2. operating system
  3. database management
  4. c language
  5. any oops language (c++ or java)

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

Answer: There is 1 managerial and then 1 hr round. Just be prepared for few common HR questions like describe yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, etc. don’t be stressed in HR interview. just be calm and speak everything confidently 🙂

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

Answer: Regarding computers placement, narashima karumanchi and geeksforgeeks.com really helped me for preparation. apart from this nptel videos for operating system were really helpful. apart from all this , the thing which is really needed at placement time is the stability of your mind, focusing on the right material to study, and do compete with yourself and not with anybody else.

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

Answer: I would like to give following advice to my juniors:

  1. For data structures narashima karumanchi is mandatory. apart from this practise this subject as much as you can from various coding websites like codechef, geesforgeeks, etc.
  2. Go through some good nptel videos for operating system
  3. Practise some good DBMS queries.
  4. solve MCQ’S of c , c++ and java(optional)

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



Answer: Just be prepared for few common HR questions like describe yourself, your strengths and weeknesses, etc. dont be stressed in HR interview. just be calm and speak everything confidently 🙂

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Chahak Gupta’s Walmart Labs Interview Experience

“Chahak Gupta” who was placed at “Walmart labs ” talks about her interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what she says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Software Development Engineer

Cgpa cutoff:  7.5

Interview difficulty level: 8/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)



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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I am a hardworking person and always eager to learn new things. I believe in the fact that ” Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful” 🙂

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: One online coding test was conducted on hackerearth coding platform.Test consists of three questions : two of 30 marks and one of 40 marks. 30 marks questions were moderate and 40 marks question was hard. Each question had 10 test cases and partial scores were also given based on number of test cases passed.

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

Answer: There were 4 interviews (2 technical + 1 managerial + 1 HR). Following are the Technical Interviews.

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



Answer: There was one Managerial Round and one HR round:

  •  Managerial Round: Introduce yourself. Detailed discussion on projects. Crosschecking my answers. 1 technical question just to check logic: -> Reverse a string without using any extra memory.
  • HR round: The questions were quite basic that are easily available online. The one i remember (1) Two things you have improved upon (2) What will you do to make other people understand you easily (3) Some basic conversation just to crosscheck my answers

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

Answer: I didn’t give up while solving any question during the interview and interacted with the interviewer as much as i could. Didn’t hesitate to ask any kind of doubts from interviewer.

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

Answer: Have a hands-on experience on any object oriented language. Be prepared to answer any kind of questions relating to your projects. (Better to have one working project )



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

Answer: Just be honest and carry a smile throughout your interview.

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Mehakpreet’s Future First Interview Experience

“Mehakpreet Singh“ who was placed at “Future First” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Market Analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  7

Interview difficulty level: 9/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers like you introduced yourself to the panellist.

Answer 1:I’m a curious explorer who loves to learn. Very dedicated, calm and composed. I perform well under pressure. I’m a national medalist in Fencing. I like playing guitar, cooking, exploring places and people.

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: Online adaptive aptitude test consisting of puzzle, quick mathematics, logical reasoning, visual memory and some quantitative aptitude. Most important was to get the right answers and stay calm enough to read the statement correctly.

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

Answer: There were 3 rounds as described below:

He then asked me a guesstimate about the washing powder used in Delhi in a month. After this, he asked me a mathematical puzzle which I tried solving using conventional mathematical techniques but couldn’t reach a solution. After this, he asked me to solve some other mathematical puzzle which I solved under a minute. So that was it.

After this started the longest three hours when I had to wait for the results being out. The feeling after the results can not be explained in words.



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

Answer: There were 2 HR rounds:

Round 1: Honesty is much valuable. If they see you’re not honest, you are thrown out. The just want to see your interest. Two most important things they want to know are that you are capable to do the job and you are willing to do the job.

Round 2: Final HR interview Finally you are evaluated on the basis of all previous rounds starting from online test. They asked some HR questions and then described about the job and the kind of dedication it requires.

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

Answer: I stayed calm. I did very well in the trading round. Took some risks that luckily gave positive results. And the HR round went well. It is a very different kind of job. You have to make your mind whether you want to do it or not. But make your mind before the interviews else it will show and degrade your performance.

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



Answer: Practice Vedic maths multiplication, sq roots etc. Check how can you keep yourself calm during the whole process. They don’t expect much from you but you should atleast try to know a little about futures stock.

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

Answer: Be honest and know yourself. Introspect. Try to know if you really want to do the job and why. And say it with confidence. For any further Queries feel free to contact me.



The Art of Introducing Yourself

Many hiring managers will start an interview with an open-ended question “Tell me about yourself”. So, before reading further I would like you to stop here. Pen down an effective introduction. If it is your first time that you are facing this question then you can take few minutes to think and write something about yourself. Remember what you say during the first phase of the interview will make an enormous difference in the outcome – in an effective way or in a bad way.

Now coming back to article. This article deals with the art of introducing yourself. What’s the best way to introduce yourself at a job interview? How can you start off an interview making the best possible impression? We will find answers of such questions in this article. So, sit back and relax. We will crack the trickiest question of an interview “Tell me something about yourself”

What should your introduction include?

You’ll have an opportunity to introduce yourself on an in-depth basis during the interview. First impressions can play a significant role in how an employer perceives you as a candidate. In fact, some hiring managers may decide to reject a candidate based on what they didn’t do when they met them. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to interview manners and to carefully think through how you will introduce yourself during a job interview.



Most people will try to google this question and will end up finding thousands of tips heading in same direction. They will end up with introduction like “Good morning. My name is ABC. I am pursuing my BE in ECE from TU Patiala. My cgpa is __. My father’s name is ____ and my mother’s name is ____. My hobbies are ______.”

Now what’s wrong with this introduction? Or we can discuss what’s right with this introduction because this can end up discussion fast. Only good point was last line which was said in wrong way. Interviewer already know about your college, degree and he will hardly bother about cgpa since you have already met eligibility criteria. And regarding your family background, if interviewer is interested he will ask. So, it is irrelevant to speak these points.

The core of your response should focus on the key elements in your background which will enable you to excel in the job for which you are interviewing. Your answer should reflect who you are. Remember you need to speak something that will drive the interview in your direction. Your goal is to connect with the interviewer, as well as to show that you’re qualified for the job and would make a great new hire.

Remember following points

  • If you are a technical person introduce yourself as a technology lover. How you are influenced by latest technologies and what makes you crazy about innovative technologies.
  • If you are in a consultancy company interview introduce yourself as a person with strong interpersonal skills. Mention yourself as a team player, and talk about how your cocurricular activities helped you to develop a personality suitable for job.
  • Coders’ introduction should speak about how learning various technologies helped them to make projects that solved some problems. They should speak about how good and passionate they are in learning and project work that makes them suitable for job.

Remember, your resume should also talk about all the skills you will mention in your introduction. This will drive interviewer’s attention to your resume (build awesome resume: http://unsaidtalks.com/art-resume-writing/) and he will have no option except to discuss points in your introduction and in your resume. Be prepared to provide specific examples of how and where you have utilized your assets to successfully carry out work or volunteer roles, academic projects, or other productive endeavors.




How long should be your introduction?

Your introduction should be concise enough to hold the interest of the interviewer and long enough to cover all points about you.

Generally, a quick recap of your most compelling qualifications will suffice. You could also mention a couple of tidbits which are not essential to the job, but reflect your persona like the fact that you are an avid skier, have performed at comedy clubs, or collect African art. Of course, your initial comments should show your enthusiasm for the job and organization.

These are all points you need to make an impactful introduction. Remember one last thing. Know yourself better before preparing an introduction. You should know all your strengths that will ultimately make up a great, impactful introduction.



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The Secret to trasform yourself by Harjas Singh

Before you start reading this post, let me tell you I haven’t included any of the cliché advices which you’ll get from your parents, teachers, and seniors at the beginning of your college life. I have included certain things which I was lucky enough to come across, and these will help you transform yourself as a person by the end of four years.

When you take admission in college, don’t forget what you’re there for. You’re there to attend classes and study so that you can get that degree.

But is it wise enough to only study your textbooks in college? Definitely not.

So rather than just spending your time in college attending classes, studying, and then watching TV shows in your hostel room, you should get different experiences.

During the entire course of your college life you’ll study 42-45 subjects. A very few of these, and in most cases none of these will have anything to do with what you do in future. You may not even remember what you learnt in these subjects one week after the exam.

So don’t spend your entire college life isolated in the library or your hostel room studying. Instead, try out different things you wouldn’t normally do. When you have different experiences than the normal course of events, you can look back at them and make connections that other people can’t. This will make you innovative and creative in life and separate you from rest of the crowd.



You can read books on self-help, spirituality, or biographies. You can go traveling with your friends or all by yourself. Fall in love and get your heart broken. You’ll learn a lot from these things.

Another way to get different experiences is to participate in co-curricular activities that enhance personal growth.

18 to 22 are the years of personal transformation. One way to transform yourself into a better person is to look out for opportunities and participate in co-curricular activities in college.

I’ll give you an example. If you join the Debating Society of your college, you’ll learn

  • Effective public speaking
  • An effective way to put across your views
  • Fluency in English language
  • How to expand your knowledge base
  • How to work in a team

These are some of the things that formal education will never teach you. Participating in such activities in college is a way of investing in yourself.



Also, try to build a network.

Always interact with people around you – your batch mates, seniors, and juniors. These are the people who’ll hold good positions in big companies in future. Some of them will have companies that they’ve built from scratch. Some of them might be in creative fields.

You never know whom you might need at what point of time. So it is always good to be in touch with such people – they be your friends or mentors.

If you’re in first year of college, you can find friends and mentors from the fourth year, third year, second year, and your batch. Once you are in fourth year, you can interact with people from the three years junior to you. If you do this, you’ll have a network spread across 7 years in total.

Again, building a network happens outside of the classroom. And one very effective way to do the same is to participate in co-curricular activities.

Finally, if you really want to learn the value of money early on, get different experiences, enhance personal growth, and build a network outside of college – try earning some money. It doesn’t matter what amount you earn, just earn something.

A few ways to earn money while in college are:

  • Give tuitions
  • Build an Application
  • Build a startup
  • Write a book
  • Become a freelancer
  • Invest in stock market
  • Join a Multi-Level Marketing company

If you read biographies of successful people, most of them started earning and learnt the value of money early on in life.

But even if you’re not able to earn money in college, prepare yourself to earn money. For this, learn a skill. This could be a coding language, marketing, or anything at the intersection of your interest and success in professional career.

Real learning happens outside the classroom when you experiment with life because life is the greatest of all teachers.



Again, in this short span of college life we don’t get to do many things. So whatever we’ve chosen to do, let’s do that in a great way.

All the best.

Harjas Singh (2017-Alumni)

Quora Profile: https://www.quora.com/profile/Harjas-Singh-4

Ankit’s Nagarro Softwares Interview Experience

“Ankit Madaan” who was placed at “Nagarro Software” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Software Developer

Cgpa cutoff:  6.5

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer : I am person who always liked coding way back in 12th standard, I always wanted to work as a developer and I got my dream by getting placed at Nagarro which is one of the best companies to start your career in this industry.



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).

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

Answer: In this round the codes were discussed and how to reduce complexity of the codes written by us, and also some more coding problems were asked by the interviewer. All the questions asked were of intermediate level.

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

Answer: HR round was mere a formality all students who cleared the technical round were able to clear this round too, basic HR questions were asked that one can expect like why Nagarro, why changing your line of career as I was from Electronics background etc.

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

Answer: I would say it was Daily coding practice on platform like Hackerrank.

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

Answer: If you are passionate about coding do practice a lot on online platforms and participate in online coding competitions this may help you to get even into a bigger company as well.

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

Answer: Be clear about your SWOT Analysis and speak fluently and confidently.

Hope this article will help you to crack interview. For any further Queries feel free to contact me through any means. I would love to help you anytime.



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Exploring Thapar and the world around!

So now the time has come, you have become undergrads! Welcome to Thapar University , Freshers!

Getting into that extreme feeling of freedom, where you have to plan your time, you have to plan your priorities and you have to plan your life! Great one it is! You feel like the free rover on the breezy common of the universe. Time has come to explore yourself and the world around you. It’s been a year I have spent in Thapar University and there’s a lot I have explored about myself and the people around me. For now is the time to realize that there’s a beautiful world beside your books, exams and competitive world.

Well let me tell you, it’s not an easy task to find some places worth embracement, in Patiala. Ask your seniors! But then if you got a caravan of rovers, believe me you’ll know Patiala better than localities.

For this one year of my life, I have been lucky enough to get those free rovers with me. So I have explored some places in Patiala which are worth visiting.

But there’s no universal bucket list, you need to be done with. Each n’ everyone of us has a unique taste of travelliasm, but since you have made efforts to search for this topic, so I must get you with the best possible places you can hang out with your friends in Patiala.

Leela Bhawan zone– Tired with a messy mess food, and want to hang out with friends? Leela Bhawan got some of the awesome places to feed your stomach with Pizza Hut’s Pizza’s or Subs from Subway or chilling Sundae’s at Havmor or bucket of chickens at Kfc. And most importantly Boston Bites, this place is so popular among Thaparians, that Boston Bites provide free Chocó Lava Cake to their Thaparian Customers. We have always believed in maintaining a legacy all around.

Feeling stressed out! Need a perfectly peaceful aura around you, visit Dukhniwaran Sahib Gurudwara, I and my friends usually used to visit this place after our exams in early mornings. Watching the rising sun with your feet in cold water is an amazing way to depart all your worries. Another place to enjoy the nature around are Baradari Gardens, but better to visit these gardens in a cool weather.

The only place where you can watch movies is SRS cinemas in Omaxe Mall.

Sheran Wala gate: Just wait for few months and you’ll be used to this place. Soon you’ll be given a lot of projects to work upon, and you’ll need a lot of electronic stuff, Sheran wala gate has got the most needed Electronics Hub of Patiala. You’ll get any electrical component you need, at a reasonable price.

Sheran wala Gate also has a very popular Chole-Bhature point. Real fun is to have it in breakfast in early mornings before classes. You’ll love cycling out in breezy early morning and then getting a yummy breakfast.

Well you won’t need to get out of Thapar always. You’ll find a lot many things to explore in Thapar itself.  Join societies, visit places, make friends, have fun!

Well as I said there’s no universal law of exploration. There are a lot many other places which will suit your interests. But the key point is to keep exploring and keep learning. For me there’s nothing as good as learning from the world around you. Well 60% (just an estimate) of your friends will end up their lives on bed with earphones plugged in the ears and finishing web series. It’s not like you should not watch of course you should! But spending entire year with this virtual world would not be a cool option.

In the span of one year, I have observed people under three categories, Introverts (their world lies within them), ambiverts (they like socializing to some extent) and extroverts (they never land on a lone planet). It’s tough for an introvert to socialize with people and to have the kind of fun they need. But if you won’t open, you won’t be able to get your preferences. Interact with people around you; be they your classmates or your seniors. Interaction is an most necessary key to widening opportunities. After all when your juniors ask, you must not end up with the thought in your mind that what I did except sleeping.

Have a wonderful year ahead! There’s a lot much waiting for you ahead. Share it with your friends and keep exploring!



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Divanshu Kapila’s JP Morgan Interview Experience

“Divanshu Kapila” who was placed at “JP Morgan Chase” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Junior analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  8

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I am basically from Ludhiana and pursuing my BE in electronics and communication engineering.My strength has always been my dedication towards whatever I do.Anything that adds to what I have already learnt is an opportunity for me.I am a Bollywood lover and spend my free time just analysing the Bollywood trade and keeping up with the latest updates.

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: We had a workshop of around 3 hours on finance.After that we an aptitude test consisting of four sections.It had basic quant questions and logic reasoning questions.After this, we had a case study presentation for which we were given around 10 minutes to prepare.Following all this process, 17 students were shortlisted for the interviews.

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

Answer: We had two interviews which were a mix of both technical and HR.The questions asked were starting from my family background as my father is a business man.So I somehow convinced them regarding the same.There was one question being asked around four to five times combined in both the interviews n that was: – Seeing your academic record, Why don’t you go for some electronics firms or higher studies.Rest they asked me the questions related to the workshop, some probability questions, guess estimates etc.

Question 4: What do you think were key factors for your selection?

Answer: I guess I had confidence in what I am into as in going for an analyst position despite going for an electronics firm.I mean till then we didn’t have any electronics firm coming our way.

Question 5: What would you like to advise juniors for cracking HR round of this company?

Answer: I had my interview at around 11 pm.So the best thing I feel is to look fresh when you first meet the interviewer as He is also tired of interviewing people all day.Rest I guess, being confident enough to admit you don’t know the answer also helps.



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Garima Sharma’s EXL Services Interview Experience

“Garima Sharma” who was placed at “EXL Analytics” talks about her interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what she says about placement season.

Profile Offered: Data Analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  No cgpa criteria

Interview difficulty level: 8/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

Here are the questions we asked from Garima to know about her interview experience.

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: Engineering student pursuing ECE . I believe i am really creative. Having been associated with several societies and fests, I think I have developed leadership qualities and team spirit in me. I have always been curious to know more which has made me learn several things apart from the course like music, dance, memory techniques etc.

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: It was an online test containing aptitude questions along with negative marking and sectional cutoffs. One can navigate between sections . It is needed that the candidate should attempt the sections so as to clear cut offs, thus paying sufficient amount of time on quant, lr and verbal.

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

Answer: No technical round.

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



Answer:There were three rounds of interview but having seen my extra curriculars in the cv, the interviewer gave a condition that if he liked my performance in the first interview he would send me to the final round directly. The questions were aptitude based, mainly puzzles and guess estimates. So people who are preparing for such companies need to make sure that they have a wholesome cv.The final round consisted of aptitude and hr questions. The HR questions were regular like why should we choose you. Why not MBA? Why our company etc.

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

Answer: The extra curricular activities in my cv, communication skills and right approach to solve all the questions.

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

Answer: For EXL all you need to have is a good aptitude and great communication skills. You may not get the right answer during the interview but the interviewer should know that you are approaching it in the correct direction. Also extra curricular activities will make you stand out in the crowd.

Question 6: What would you like to advise juniors for cracking HR round of this company?



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