Infosys Interview Process - Mumbai, 28th and 29th Sept 2016.
Infosys visited our Campus on 28th and 29th Sept, 2016.
On first day, there was a pre-placement talk for about 1 hr and then followed with aptitude test.
Following was the pattern for Aptitude Test:
1) Reasoning:- 15 ques in 25 min.
It included questions from logical deductions, data sufficiency, data interpretation and complex arrangements.
2) Aptitude:- 10 ques in 35 min.
5 questions were based on critical thinking and were very tough, 1 was from allegation and mixture, 1 was from Number Series, 1 was cryptarithmetic (quite easy), 2 were from probability.
3) Verbal:- 40 ques in 35 min.
There were two long paragraphs(25-30 lines) with five questions on each, five short paragraphs(3-4 lines) with one question on each,Sentence Corrections,Fill in the blanks,Inference related questions all testing your grammar skills.
Out of 362 appeared candidates, only 51 were shortlisted(notable difference) for next round i.e. Interview on next day.
Interview included HR as well as technical questions.
1) Introduce Yourself.
2) Then he went deep with my BE project, asked each and everything about it.
3) Tools used in project (there was a lot of discussion on Wamp server and Apache tomcat server), problems faced in project and what measures are you taking to solve them.
4) Then he told me to write an SQL query to find second largest number(as he saw Oracle certification in my resume).
5) He will try to confuse a lot. But keep a smiling face and stay positive. The interview lasted for about 20 minutes.
Interview results were announced on the same day evening. Out of 51 candidates, 26 were selected for Infosys (again quite notable difference) and I was one of them.
Keep solving aptitude questions daily. Solve previous papers (very necessary). I would advise everyone to solve questions in aptitude according to the time and be calm, composed and confident during the interview.
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