Infosys Interview Experience - 10th Jan 2015
Infosys conducts two rounds for the post of systems engineer.
Note - If your English is not good, don't give the test as you will be rejected in the aptitude round , the level of difficulty of english comprehension is pretty high and if you are rejected you cannot give the test for the next nine months.
1. Technical/Aptitude Round :- This round is divided into three sections, (there is no negative marking, so attempt all the sections).
A - Maths Section :- Level - Average, You can easily clear this section if you have solved RS AGGARWAL. Questions generally come from Speed, Time, Distance, Work, Probability, Permutation and Combination etc, Profit and Loss, Percentage.
Try to cover every topic because they can ask from any topic in this section.
B - Logical Reasoning - Level - Average, I prepared this section from the TIME material .
Exercise 1 from every chapter will be more than enough.
Again, Try to cover every topic.
Note - Questions from DATA INTERPRETATION might also be asked in this section. If you are good in Percentages, profit and loss you can easily solve these questions.
C - English Comprehension - Level - Difficult , This is the section which will decide your selection or rejection for the next round.
TIME material LOD 2 or any other of same difficulty should be solved thoroughly to clear this section.
2. Interview :- The interview round is not so tough. all you should have is good communication skills and confidence.
The basic questions asked in the interview round are,
3. If you are from non CSE background they will ask why you want to join an IT company
Prepare the above three questions well.
4. Basic C, C++ programming questions.
5. Latest technology.
All the other questions will be asked from your resume only.
Best of luck, I am an Infoscion, hope to see you soon at the mysore campus. :).
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