Hexaware Interview Experience - Jabalpur 2018
Hi, This is my personal experience in the recruitment process of Hexaware Technologies. It was the two days pooled campus drive held in Jabalpur. The selection process concise of five rounds.
Round 1: Written Aptitude Logical test.
Round 2: Group Discussion.
Round 3: Technical Round.
Round 4: HR Round.
Round 5: Versant Round.
Round 1: Written Aptitude Test (Day 1).
The test was organized by Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology Jabalpur. The test was conducted by Co-Cubes. It was categorized into three sections:
1) General Aptitude.
2) Logical Reasoning.
I think the test is having the sectional cut-off. Aptitude and Logical were on the east side, you just need the practice of solving the question on (Time and Work, Time Speed and Distance, Percentage). These were the main topics there was another topic also. Technical was of moderate level. The question was according to the major.
There was some question on C and C++ general debugging. Determining the output of the C++ code in which they have used Standard Template Library (STL).
Question on DBMS was from concurrency control and some query. There were questions from Operating System and Computer Networks as well. In the operating system, a question was on deadlock management.
Round 2: Group Discussion (Day 2):
It was organized by the Global Engineering College Jabalpur. The moderator was very good. There was a group of around 15 students and the group was asked to select the topic. When each one agrees on topic, each student was given the fair chance to speak on the topic. After that, it was the open ground for a debate around 15 minutes. My topic was "Crypto Currency". Some other topics were
"India By 2020" ,Android V/S IOS etc.
Round 3: Technical Interview (Day 2):
Here comes the most important part of the interview process. In the technical round, he asked me to introduce myself. Next, he gets some points from my CV to asked question on. The question was can you do programming? Then I told him about my project and other academics work I have done. I have mentioned my subject of interest as OS and DBMS. Some basic question on OS.
Explain the process of booting, can we dual boot the system, what is the process of dual booting the system, Some basic question on Linux, some queries from DBMS. Question on industrial training/internship. He asked me some basic question on cloud computing and blockchain.
Then asked me to give a programming solution to some question like counting the capital letter in the given string. Questions asked were simple but my suggestion is that you always try to provide two or more solutions and then put forward the most efficient one. Interviewer always checks your problem-solving skill as well as in how many ways you can think.
Round 4: HR Interview (Day 2):
HR interview was again a little bit technical. Tell me something about yourself is the basic question every HR asks. Then he asked me which latest technology I am working with. I have added java in my skill set so he asked some basic question on java. Then he asked me why I am using Java over C++.
Round 5: Versant Round (Day 2):
It was the general English proficiency test which was conducted by Pearson. It concise of many sections. It checks your thinking skill, typing speed, general grammar and some other aspects of English.
The selection process was easy. You have to go with the practice of all the topics you have mentioned in your CV. Carry confidence and learning attitude with you. You can easily crack the interview.
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