Capgemini Interview Experience - Hyderabad, Nov 2015
Capgemini Recruitment Process had three rounds.
1. Written Test:
I found the CoCubes Test for complex compared to AMCAT. Unlike AMCAT, this test doesn't have sectional timing you gotta complete all the three sections in 1hr. Sorry, I don't remember the no.of questions but heard that the no.of questions and the level of difficulty varies from college to college.
English was easy, Logical-Moderate (Majority of the questions were on Syllogism, Venn diagrams, series and flowcharts). Flowcharts eat up a lot of time.
Maths - Difficult.
280 members sat for the test out of which 72 made it to the second round.
2. Group Discussion followed by a debate.
The topic was related to Digital India. Is technology influencing our lives wala stuff. We were a group of 10 members and 5 were selected from our group. 34 made it to the interview.
3. Interview (HR+TR).
The interviewer was from the admin dept I guess, he didn't go deep into the subject. Tell me about yourself was the first one, we had a general conversation then.
He asked me to explain my project.
Everything went fine until he looked into my resume, here comes the malign (my acads) I had 67% so he asked me why was it low citing that I had good scores in 10th & inter. So I had to open up & I told him that I have no interest in the field I have taken I had to take ECE due to some reasons I told him and somehow convinced him. He then asked me if I knew anything related to programming I told him that I know the basic concepts in C and I could write any basic program (not all that shitty 2 page programs I knew to write simple program upto matrices, strings). So he told me that's not the thing to be worried about they have a 6 months training program and everything will be taught in detail then and suggested me to have 70% (that's the score for distinction) at the time of joining Capgemini.
After waiting for some 4hrs, the results were out.
Out of 34 members, 11 were selected and I was happy to be one among them.
So here's my story and hope you'll share one such someday.
Wishing you all the best.
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