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TCS Interview Experience - Greater Noida, March 10, 2015

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After clearing first round aptitude, I was called for the rest of the rounds i.e. technical, managerial and HR rounds.

We were called at 9.00 am sharp but my number for TR came at 3.30. As I was from CS branch the panelist wasn't easy going on me like they are on Mechanical and ECE students, so if you are from CS it you won't have it easy which is unfair as TCS is an IT company.

Anyways questions asked where:

- Introduce yourself.
- Your B.Tech marks are not that good why is that.
- Print the last 3 characters of a string.
- Find the largest no. in an array.
- Print hello world without using semicolon.
- Major and minor project .

- After somewhat answering all the questions he was quite satisfied in my opinion
Results of TR were announced at 6.30 and the my number for the next round came at 8.

Questions asked in MR round.

- Introduce yourself.
- Hobbies.
- What questions you were asked in TR and answer them.
- Comfortable with night shift anyhow long you can work in it.
- Willing to relocate.
- Be very sure when you mention any hobby as they can cross question.
- Try to communicate in MR and don't act smart or give witty retorts.
- After clearing MR next was HR at 9.30.

HR was the easier round. They only asked why TCS, currently working, any notice period, revenue of TCS and HQ.

All in all a very tiring but worthwhile process.

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