INFOSYS PATTERN & INTERVIEW - 13 JAN 2010 - DEHRADUN
This is Devesh from Graphic Era University, Dehradun, recently Infosys came to our college on Jan 13th 2010. Around 385 students have appeared for the written test and 200 students got cleared their written test and 161 students finally selected for Infosys.
Friends just follow my suggestions you can easily crack the Infosys interview. Luckily I also got selected in Infosys.
First of all they will go for PPT (Pre Placement Talk), in which they will tell you about Infosys and your career growth. After that they will make you sit in the classrooms and distribute HR forms, it’s very easy and even self explanatory so fill it very carefully using BLUE or BLACK BALL POINT PEN in BLOCK LETTERS. Don’t bother about this there will be people available from Infosys who will tell you how to fill the form. ($TIP$ try fill this form quickly as they will start the test in 10mins).
There are 2 rounds in all.
1) Written Test
a) Reasoning part (30 ques in 40 min) VERY EASY.
i) Puzzle (5 ques). (Tough, attempt it at the last).
ii) Data sufficiency (5 ques)
iii) Picture puzzle (5 ques). VERY EASY, start from this only.
iv) Data Interpretation (5 ques)
v) Syllogism (5 ques)
vi) Puzzle (5 ques). (Easy, generally on blood relation).
b) Verbal part (40 ques in 35 min) TOUGH, TIME MANAGEMENT IS REQUIRED.
i) 2 long reading comprehension (10 ques)
ii) Sentence Completion (8 ques)
iii) Underlined part (i.e. sentence correction 8 ques)
iv) Re-phrasing part (i.e. sentence correction again 8 ques)
v) Critical reasoning (6 ques)
First they will start with reasoning test, try to solve it in this order, first picture puzzle or DS or syllogism then DI then go for last puzzle, and at last solve 1st puzzle. After 40 min they start collecting reasoning question paper and will ask you start with verbal test.
In Verbal test NEVER start with RC, first try to solve underlined part, re-phrasing part and sentence completion then critical reasoning then RC. In this part time management is very important.
There is no negative marking so attempt all the questions but don’t mark same options if you are going for fluke, because my friend lost due to this only. They don’t check your copy if they feel that you have marked fluke a lot.
Then after 3 hrs the names of those students who have cleared written test was started to be called out. Then form 385 students, 200 got selected for the HR Interview.
HR round: the basic questions like tell me about yourself, why Infosys, your family background n questions based on your strengths, weakness n hobbies n final year projects. No technical questions were being asked. Just prepare for your hobbies n strengths properly, and you should have examples to quote at that time.
They can also ask you about your final year project, you should have a good knowledge of it. They also gave me puzzle which I was not able to solve... but not to worry... Even if you give a wrong answer, just explain them your logic.
And during whole interview try to smile n be confident n just say “AAL IS WELL” when you start feeling nervous... ok. And at the end they will ask you that if you want to ask any thing to them do prepare 2 or 3 questions to ask them like what are the chances of my growth... or any such other questions...
Friends I have taken pain to write all these for you because I want you all to know... by doing silly mistakes how we can lose a lot. Friends if any of You got selected because of my suggestions please just give me a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends while answering any question think for 5 seconds don’t reply without thinking. Remember that 5 seconds will change your life. Don’t reply that my aim is CAT, MBA, GRE all that sort of nonsense... 5 seconds have decided my life. Don’t allow those 5 seconds to dictate you... bye my dear friends... ALL THE BEST. JUST BELIEVE IN GOD... KEEP SMILING. IT’S MUST FOR ANY INTERVIEW.
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