MindTree Interview Experience - Bangalore, Oct 10, 2015
On 7th October, we had the first round which was basically the aptitude round.
The test was conducted by Aspiring Minds and the questions were pretty much of the same level to that of AMCAT. The test comprised of 3 sections quant, verbal and reasoning. It was of one and half hours. Out of 80-90 who sat for the first round from our college, they selected only 20 for the next round. I was one among them.
The second round was the coding round. It was an online test and we had to write 2 programming questions in any language of our choice in 45 minutes. For me the first question was an easy one and I did it in 10-15 min. It was an array question in which we had to print and count all the numbers which are less than a given key element from our array.
The second question was a pattern question and it some some time to code. I was getting 3/4th of the output and finally submitted my output in that way only. They didn't gave the results of coding round on that day. The results of coding round was announced the next day. They selected 8 among 20 from the coding round and I was one among them.
Then came the interview day which was scheduled on 10th. The interview process was a pool campus for 3 colleges. The other 2 colleges who joined us were the Attria and SVIT. So the morning started with a pre-placement talk which went nearly for an hour. The interview process started around 10. I was in company with a classmate of mine.
My turn came around at 11.20 and it went for almost an hour. The interviewer was a very young guy and I knew he will test my butts and that happened too. He grilled me on probably every concept of C/C++ starting from class, structure, polymorphism, inheritance, pointers etc. He also made me to write programs on virtual functions, pure virtual functions, linked list, strings.
But it was a very good experience. He also asked me some Hr type questions like you are in a team and you have to complete some stuff which has been pending for a while, so how would you take the initiative and motivate the guys. In the end he asked whether I would like to ask something. I also took my chances and cleared some of the doubts which he gave me during the interview. After the interview, some of us were made to stay back for the Hr round. Meantime we left for the lunch around 1.30 and came back around 2.20.
Because it was pool campus, so technical interviews were also going for other college students side by side. My turn for Hr round came around at 2.45 pm. The Hr round consisted of general Hr questions like tell me about yourself, about company, hobbies, interests, short term goals, long term goals, career growth and stuff like that. It went nearly for 20-25 minutes.
After the Hr round I was pretty sure that I will make it through, but still had to wait for the results. The interview process for all the students went upto 5.30 in the evening. Around 6, they made us to sit in a GD room and finally read out the names of the selected students. I was one among the 2 students who got selected from our college.
It was a happy moment for me and all of us who got selected and I must say nothing feels better than getting placed. After reading the names they also gave us the letter of intent (was like an offer letter) to all the students. So it was a wonderful day for me and probably one of the best days of my life.
So guys, I won't say it was a pain in the ass to clear the Mindtree interview, but it needed some preparation. Remember guys be confident, have a thorough and clear idea of all the concepts of C/C++ and you will get through. See you at MindTree.
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