CONVERGYS PATTERN - 08 AUG 2006 - VIJAYAWADA
I have attended the Convergys campus interview on Aug 8.
The interview was held in our college for about 1411 students from 25 different colleges.
The interview procedure consisted 2 phases:
1) Writtens test
2) Technical & HR interview
Coming to the written test:
It has 5 sections
1) Inferential vocabulary round
2) Logical &Aptitude test
3) Unix programming concepts
4) RDBMS concepts
5) C programming
1) inferential vocabulary round has a passage with blanks and 4 options to fill each blank.
It had 20 blanks and 22 minutes for that section
2)The Logical and Aptitude section has 45 questions for 48 minutes.
It had number of problems on sets
Example: people studying maths 20,people studying english 30.studying both some number,Find total.....like that.
Around 12 questions were there
Logical questions on Family relations.
some questions on binary numbers.
3)The unix programming 10 questions 10 minutes.
4)The RDBMS concepts 10 questions 10 minutes
5)The c 15 questions 15 minutes....
Some output questions....like that.
The major ELIMINATION ROUND was the WRITTEN TEST.
Out of 1411 students, 98 were shortlisted for the HR&Technical interview.
These convergys people have less requirement, that is why they have revised our cut-off, initially they kept some cut-off, then 300 students were there. So they again revised and took 98 students.
All this revision of cut-off took place off-screen.
I came to know these issues from our faculty members who were present at the time of revision of cut-off.
NO negative marking. But a still more CRITICAL way of getting the score is:
They will count Correct Answers, Wrong Answers and take %(percentage), Which is your Written test score.
So guys/gals you have to really be sound and get through the written test in-order to get into CONVERGYS. But it's really a good company to get into.
So ALL THE BEST for Everyone
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