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MindTree Ltd Interview Experience - January 22, 2016

Posted By : Prem K Rating : +145, -8
Hi to all my fellow aspirants,

Here in this post I share my interview experience with MindTree Ltd. I was shortlisted for programming test which was scheduled to be held on Jan 22 at Chennai (in an Engg. college).

There is a must know detail about this programming test. I previously had written a programming test in conjunction with other AMCAT sections. (i.e Numerical, Logical, Verbal, Programming, Electrical)

The programs asked during the above test (AMCAT entrance) and MindTree test are different. You don't have to prepare very hard for this second programming test. They ask only the programs that are frequently asked but, with little modifications.

I got two programs during the latter programming test with 1 hr time.

1) GCD of elements in an array.

2) Arranging K number of elements of an array in ascending order, remaining in descending order.

I couldn't make it to pass any test cases they had given in those two programs. I simply tried to write the logic with standard C++ code. I guess around 250 candidates would have attended this round approximately.

Technical & HR: (around 70 persons)

Having cleared the programming test, I had to attend Tech and personal HR rounds on the next day at the MindTree premise, Chennai. The technical round went like simply HR round for most of the persons. Unfortunately some people were asked to write programs. I was one of them. But, the programs were easy and mostly asked such as Maximum number of array, dynamic memory allocation, Swapping without extra variable, SQL query for various JOINS, TOP function syntax of SQL.  

They seem to be checking our adaptability, willingness & openness in learning different verticals. This round went not bad.

The HR round was so easy going as she was so friendly. Questions like Self intro, Family background, Why IT, Career goals were asked. In this round communication must have been assessed. But no elimination mostly. I guess that the elimination made in this round could be due to attitude and not the lack of command over English.

The interview was over around 7 o'Clock in the evening. For many people including me, the results were announced in the HR round itself. They read the selected candidates list after completing interviewing everyone. Around 38 people were selected finally. I feel delighted to be one such mind. I got the offer letter the next day through mail.

The interview experience in this website was very useful for me before attending the interview. But I had some confusions about the programming test which deterred my interest for preparation. Now I want to break this confusion down by telling that only moderate programs are being asked in the second programming test (i.e programming test held by mind tree after getting shortlisted through AMCAT)

So referring all the basic programs should suffice their expectation in order to clear all forms of interview processes. Also, I could say that it's more important whether we prepare or not when we have enough directions, than we get selected or not.

If you are reading this post, it means you are scheduled a interview by Mind Tree. All the best :) :) Hope my experience gives you a better view point on overall selection process.

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