INFOSYS Interview Experience - 12th January, 2015
I want to share my experience about the interview in Infosys, which is one of the biggest MNC around the globe. It was not that tough to get into Infosys, because the company had recruited almost 90% of the students. I went to the referral drive conducted by Infosys in CMR College, Hyderabad.
The placement process had two rounds:
1. Aptitude and Logical test (Written Test).
2. Hr+Technical Round (Not that technical).
The written test consists of Aptitude, logical reasoning and English. 10 Aptitude, 35 English and 15 logical questions were given. The time limit was there for each topic. The English was quite easy (I felt it to be) and one can really score maximum marks if they attempt this module because questions were asked more from this subject. The quantitative (Aptitude) was okay. And the logical was somewhat tough. If one practices the books of R. S. Agarwal, then they would easily clear this round. And when coming to the topics for this round, IndiaBix had really helped me to learn the important topics for the vast portion.
I had attended the exam and that night itself I got the mail asking me to attend the next round.
If one would clear the written test, then they are almost inside the Company. And this round is really simple. This round would be like a general conversation between Hr and student. But sometimes the HR may ask the questions related to the project, the information given in the resume and about other programming languages (If CSE or IT).
And not to forget, even good communication skills are also necessary. The HR had asked me why I wanted to join Infosys, and asked me whether I am ready to go to the other location other than Hyderabad after my training. To which I have agreed. Then asked me to write few programs regarding C language. It was really good experience.
And within 10 days I got the offer letter and right now I am in one of the largest and well known training centre i.e. Infosys Mysore Campus.
I hope this would help you all.
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