Abhishek’s Deloitte Interview Experience

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

His Interview was taken by UnsaidTalks Interviewer: “Abhishek Arora”

Profile Offered: Business Technology Analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  6.5

Interview difficulty level: 5/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I can describe myself as a realistic person who adapts quickly to situations



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 were total 3 rounds.

  1. Online Aptitude test- All branches were eligible with a cgpa cut of 6.5 . The test was purely aptitude and the level was from easy to moderate. The aptitude consisted up of verbal, lr and quant. The test was conducted on AMCAT platform. I advise you to don’t go for excessive cheating as there is an upper cut as well.
  2. JAM and CS- The JAM was for USI and CS was for DI. Since I was in DI, I had a Case study. There were 6 people in my panel. We were a given a case of day to day working of Deloitte. We presented our analysis and two officials judged us. It was pretty good and 5 of us qualified for next stage.
  3. Interview- It was overall an HR with a tinge of Technical. All questions were from my resume. My projects and my ability to explain there financial advantages helped me a lot.

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

Answer:

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

Answer: My HR interview went pretty good. I was able to drive my interview my way and all questions were from my resume so it went well.

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

Answer: The key factors were my projects and my ability to back my points with facts.

 

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

Answer: Just be sure of what you have written in your resume. Be yourself and be confident.

For any further Queries feel free to comment below.

Madhur Agarwal’s EXL Service Interview Experience

“Madhur Agarwal” who was placed at “EXL Service” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season.

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

Check out what he says about placement season.

Branch & Graduation Year:  ECE– 2018

Profile Offered: Business Analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  6

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: Runner-up at an MTV show, I am someone who is inquisitive enough to explore opportunities and learn different skills.

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 Aptitude test, 3 sections (verbal, quant, logical reasoning) Around 40 questions(not exactly sure) in 45 minutes




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

Answer: 3 Rounds General Pattern:

  • Round 1: 5-6 standard puzzles, 4-5 aptitude questions.
  • Round 2: 4-5 puzzles, difficulty level higher than round 1, can also be a stress round.
  • Round 3: not compulsory. My process went entirely different, first round entirely resume based, one case study and just one aptitude question, I had worked a lot in marketing and strategic planning field. I did my own startup, won competitions at NSIT, and made it to the top 4 at Amazon Marketing Internship, where rest three were from IIM’s. So first round was based on that, and then a marketing case study in which I was asked to increase the profitability of a credit card companies based on different marketing strategies that I will implement.

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

Answer: My first round went for 15 mins, which I have described above. My first round went really well so I was directly sent to the second round. where I was asked two puzzles, both of them were new to me, I solved the first one correctly, I misunderstood the second one but then I was able to explain the approach, and that is what they are looking for. And that’s it, I was done in 5 minutes.

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

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

Answer: Work on Aptitude, because you need to clear the first round, try puzzles yourself, don’t just memorize them, and even if you know the answer to the puzzle, don’t just answer it instantly, act as if you are trying to solve and then answer. Rest work on building your resume, you can work in societies if you like, or look for things outside which interest you, internships, competitions, skills, languages, games anything.

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

Answer: Be confident, prepare for basic questions differently, companies are looking for people who are different. And if you really looking for NON-Tech consulting or analytics job, then try ZS associates and EXL, don’t go for Deloitte, because the profile offered by Deloitte is completely technical, rather go to better tech companies if you have to do technical job, and Deloitte is more of a mass recruiter these days, so look for ZS and EXL.

For any further Queries feel free to contact @ agarwalmadhur27@gmail.com

Avi Kalra’s Shell IT Interview Experience

“Avi Kalra” 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- “Abhinandan” 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: 4/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer: I am a student of Computer Engineering 2018 batch. I am from Rajpura, Punjab. What computer Engineering taught me in the 4 years is how to think things from the perspective of a computer i.e thinking about logic and developing analytic skills. So I would say that I have an analytic mindset.

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 written test was conducted on AMCAT platform and consisted of aptitude questions and technical MCQs. The aptitude part consisted of 25 questions from basic quant and LR. For these questions, you can refer to hitsbullseye or indiabix and solve each of the topics to have a firm grip on them. The technical MCQs were from SQL, OS, OOPS each of which is part of the computers courses.




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

Answer: There was 1 technical round which comprised of mostly basics of all the courses of computers. Questions were like most efficient search in an array, circular linked list. Difference between delete drop truncate. SDLC and agile was asked.

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

Answer: 1 round comprising of competency based questions. Questions asked were situation based on how would you handle multiple projects at a time or how do you deal with pressure.

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

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

Answer: For IT aspirants, practice DATA STRUCTURES in depth from geeks4geeks and have good knowledge about core subjects. For nontech aspirants brush up on aptitude from indiaBix or hitbullseye.

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

Answer: Know about yourself. Be certain about your shortcomings and what you want to pursue in life. Don’t limit yourself to a small domain and keep yourself in touch with the organisations and their market position.

For any further Queries feel free to contact on below email id:

avikalra13@gmail.com

Karan’s Bosch Interview Experience

“Karan Gumber” who was placed at “Robert Bosch” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Branch & Graduation Year: Mechanical Engineering, 2018

Profile Offered: Design

Cgpa cutoff:  8.3

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: A guy with average intelligence, doing mechanical engineering(Class of 2018) from NIT-J.

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 written test consisted of 1 round of aptitude questions consisting of various sections like logical ability, English, aptitude, technical segments. There were around 30 questions in each section.

Question 3: Describe your all technical interviews specifying the number of rounds and details of each round (if any).

Answer: There was one round of technical interview. My interview went for 1 hour. I was asked the questions related to engineering drawing subject. I was asked to draw several drawings and then basic questions regarding my internship were asked to me. The interviewer was not only testing my knowledge but was also observing me how confident I am even if I don’t know the answer. I tried to be real and didn’t hide anything from the interviewer. I told him frankly that my internship wasnt too experience giving or knowledge giving.

ADVICE: I will advise u all that dont even try to lie during ur interviewer because it is 100 percent sure that u will get trapped in his questions and then if he get to know that u lied u are straightaway out from the process. Just focus on enginering drawing subject and its basics.

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

Answer: After qualifying technical interview I had one HR round too. In this round very basic questions were asked like:

  • why did I want to join their company?
  • what are my future plans?
  • whether I will go for MBA or not.

Just try to answer them and make them realize that u respect their company and u would love to work with them and even if u want to do MBA make sure that u make them realize that u will do MBA with ur job under Bosch. They will surely make provisions for you for that.

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

Answer: My confidence and my little knowledge(i wasn’t able to answer their all questions)

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

Answer: I would like to advise the following:

  • Focus on basics of engineering drawing subject for the post of design profile in Bosch.
  • Mention only those things about ur internship which u know well.

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

Answer: Just be confident and answer their questions truly with some manipulations to make them think that it is the only company which u want to join.

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Syed Zaheer’s FICO Interview Experience

Syed Zaheer Basha” who was placed at “FICO” talks about his interview experience and some other tips to prepare for placement season. Check out what he says about placement season.

Branch & Graduation Year: Mechanical – 2018

Profile Offered: Software Engineering – Engineer I

Cgpa cutoff:  None

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

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I am a mechanical engineering graduate with my B.tech project on genetic algorithms. Apart from mechanical engineering, I have good PORs , few web-development, android projects on my resume that helped me gain a little extra points during interviews.

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: Following is the description of 1st round which was a written test:

  • It was an Offline – Aptitude test, probability plus java based coding questions- MCQ type. Two descriptive questions. My descriptive questions were :
    • a. Describe colour RED to a blind person.
    • b. Which programming language is dying.
  • MCQs were medium level but time management is crucial. Probablity questions were little time consuming. Java based MCQs revolved around output for a code, run time and compile time errors. Be careful whatever you write in the test.
  • Your paper will be with the panel during interviews and they may ask you what you answered for a particular question.

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

Answer:

  • First round: As I was mechanical guy, he asked various mechanical questions clubbed with coding questions. It was like a stress interview where he asked questions fast without giving me time to answer.
    • Example : he asked me to explain polymorphism in OOPs in programming by writing code, before I could answer that he asked me to explain polymorphism in chemistry and to give examples of that. I managed to answer all the questions patiently without getting tensed. Question level was not that tough. OOPs, exceptions, Data Structures were asked. In mechanical he asked about springs, gears, iron heating curves, refrigeration etc.
  • Second Round: I was asked to write full code of the most efficient solution without making a single mistake whatsoever. Question was : Given two strings reverse each of them, join them, and remove all duplicate letters from them. It was not that tough question for anyone who has practised coding for placements but you had to write code on paper without any mistake or rewriting.

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

Answer: One HR round. Just asked me about my CV, my childhood, etc. Asked about my PORs a little. Standard questions like strength, weakness, after 5 years what I want to, about the company and its products etc.

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

Answer: Not getting tensed during first round and answering both mechanical as well as coding questions which gave a good impression. Thinking the entire solution properly before starting to write code in second round to avoid any mistake. (I was allowed to take as much time as I want but should not make a mistake ).

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

Answer: Develop good knowledge about OOPS, DS and Algo. Practice writing code on paper. Prepare well about the company beforehand. Every word in your resume will be grilled. So be prepared.

Coding practice:

  1. C++ along with STL.
  2. Geeks for Geeks and Interview bit websites are good enough.
  3. OOPs, exception handling basics are must.
  4. If opting for Software engineering profile, having SDE internships or coding projects will help you lead the direction of your interview towards them.

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

Answer: Be calm and answer intelligently depending on the situation. Prepare few standard interview puzzles from Geeks for geeks. Prepare answers for most asked HR questions before hand and prepare them specific to job role and the company you are interviewing for.

For any further Queries feel free to contact below:

Email: zaheersyedkdr@gmail.com

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.

For any further Queries feel free to comment below

“HANDLING THE STRESS” by Aastha Mahendru

Handling the stress during placement season becomes as important as placement preparation when you are going through tough placement procedures. I know this is a stressful phase for many of you. So, article is not about how you should be preparing for placements but rather how you should be dealing with the stress. Don’t let the stress engulf you. There’s a long way to go ahead.

I will divide the placement semester in three parts: –

  1. Before you get placed
  2. Immediately after you get placed
  3. After your placement (when the feeling of getting placed finally seeps in) till the end of the semester

There will be a lot of anxiety before you get placed. Many of you must be under stress at this moment also.

You must have seen many people getting placed. It’s good for them but don’t let that hamper your motivated self. That might start to weigh you down but that weight is not yours to carry. It’s an achievement for them but it must not be a formidable accomplishment for you. At these times, you may also feel mystified as to why you are not able to crack company papers or interviews. Either way you must try to ameliorate your skills. Talk to your seniors. They are the best guides. You can review all the interview experiences of your seniors for the company that you are preparing for from our website. Appear for every company with same enthusiasm that you had in the beginning of placement season. Trust your skills and your hard work. Have faith in God.



Not everyone gets placed in the first try. So, if you are one from that lot, don’t worry, take a deep breath. It’s just a difficult day. It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it. You don’t need to reach the zenith of perfection, just make all your arduous efforts. Don’t worry, your day is coming closer. Before appearing for any test or interview just remember you just need one perfect shot to be a champion. And that one perfect shot can take many tries before it happens. Learn from every failure and don’t let that mistake happen again. Analyze yourself after every test that you were not able to clear or interview you were rejected.

The day you get placed is the day you feel an inexplicable euphoria. It’s the most beautiful time of the semester. You will start feeling light headed. It will take a few days for the feeling of getting placed to finally sink in. But don’t let this feeling get to your head. Don’t let it overwhelm you. Be humble and benign. One year from now, you will realize that getting placed was just a beginning, there’s still a long way to go. Avoid that headstrong phase where you feel that you have conquered the world. Try to help and motivate your companions who are still on the other side of the fence.

As far as the remaining semester is concerned, enjoy it to the utmost. You will never get this time back. Roam around the campus. Eat your heart out. Spend time with your friends. Make some amazing college ending memories. Trust me, this time is never going to come back. Few months down the lane, you will crave for your college days. Emboss these memories in your heart.

All the best for this semester and all your future endeavors. Always remember one thing, you will get placed only on the day it is supposed to happen. No sooner or later. And on that day, the dots will join themselves.



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This was Aastha Mahendru- 2017 ECE Alumni. Feel free to contact me at “aasthamahendru94@gmail.com”. I thank you so much for reading. 🙂

Yash Goyal’s JP Morgan Interview Experience

“Yash Goyal” 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.

Branch & Graduation Year: ECE – 2018

Profile Offered: Junior Analyst

Cgpa cutoff:  8

Interview difficulty level: 5/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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

Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: I am the guy with less luck and more enthusiasm towards anything and everything that comes to me. I believe in the simple mantra of life which is quite associated with my branch, ‘ Every single thing follows the binary rule, either it’s 1 ( everything ) or it’s 0 ( nothing ), there’s no ½ in between. ‘



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 (if any).

Answer: Since there was no technical round, so I’d like to discuss about the workshop. The MOST IMPORTANT arena to impress the interviewers. Stay active and interactive during the workshop. Show them your keen interest in finance. A little knowledge about basics of financial accounting is an advantage. Keep interacting with the interviewers even in the breaks. Quiz round – 15 MCQs based upon what they have taught during the workshop ( 30 minutes ) Case study Round : case study based on financial statements ( 40 minutes )

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

Answer: I was lucky enough to go through only one round of interview. Interview duration : 30 minutes/ Both the interviewers were calm and cool. They discussed everything whatever it was written on my resume. ( Make sure you have the justification for all what is mentioned in your resume ) They asked about what I have done in college, my family background, why not correct companies? , Why finance ?, Any course/ activity That I have done in the field of finance. They even asked GUESSTIMATES, PUZZLES and about the SHARE MARKET. Ask a relevant and an interesting question when they ask ‘ if you have any questions for them’ I asked about how are they going to change my engineering mind to a finance mind.



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

Answer: Confidence, calmness, positive attitude and basic knowledge of finance.

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

Answer: Learn about financial accounting, financial statements and ratios a month before the company visits the campus. Start reading Economic Times everyday. Keep the current issues in this field on the top of your fingers and mind. It’s difficult to impress the guys of wall street but once you do, you fly very high.

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

Answer: Keep smiling, stay cool, confident and positive. Don’t try to outsmart things. You should know everything about yourself so that you can sell yourself easily. You should know your USP. Rest your knowledge and charm would do.



For any further Queries feel free to comment below.

Kartikay Anand’s JP Morgan Interview Experience

“Kartikay Anand” 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.

Branch & Graduation Year: COE – 2018

Profile Offered: Junior Analyst in Centralised Research Group

Cgpa cutoff:  8

Interview difficulty level: 5/10 (1-very easy, 10-very Difficult)

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



Question 1: Introduce yourself to our readers.

Answer 1: Just an average kid with a knack for reading random 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).

Answer: There was first an online test to shortlist for workshop. 25 mins for 30 questions (10 Apti, 10 financial news, 10 market analysis) and 10 mins for an essay (very important). It was held on cocubes.com. I think that essay is very important for getting shortlisted.

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

Answer: In the workshop they taught us accounting statements like balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement and different ratios. After the workshop there was a 12 MCQs and 3 subjective questions which were to be attempted in 30 mins. Then there is a 40 mins case study to make your own balance sheet depending upon the case study.

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

Answer: After the both of these are evaluated, there are interviews. Puzzles,Guest estimates,Your future plans,generic HR questions,Your performance in case study,other accounting terminologies were discussed.



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

Answer: I was able to connect with interviewer with a smiling face.

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

Answer: Learn accounting and finance terms and statements from Investopedia prior to coming of J.P Morgan.It will help.

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

Answer: At the end of workshop everybody is tired,so try to remain fresh and put a reassuring smile when going for interview.Body language makes a huge impact. Prepare for everything written in your resume.

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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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