TCS Interview Experience - Kolkata, 12th march 2015(Off Campus).
First one has to go through the email writing part. Time allotted for email writing was 10 mins. You have to use all the phrases given in the question (this part is the important part in email writing) and a suitable salutation.
After the completion of email you will be taken to the analytical part i.e the quantitative aptitude. There will be 28 questions in 1st section comprising of 1 mark and in the 2nd section there will be 2 questions which carries the 2 marks.
To be very sure to clear this online test you have to attempt minimum 22 questions (for Off Campus) with all correct as there is a negative marking.
Interview part :
Interviewer : I.
Me : M.
I: Good evening, have a seat.
M: Good evening sir.
I: Introduce yourself.
I: Tell me something about yourself which is not there in your resume.
M: Just tell your strength or something which you are passionate about.
Then he asked me about my family background and all.
After this he asked me some basic questions from microprocessor as it was my favourite subject.
1. Define microprocessor?
2. Architecture ?
3. Programming (ALP) like subtraction, swapping, addition of two 16 bit numbers.
Then he asked me about my skills in programming language.
"" I told him that I am good at C but I know little about Java.
This was the turning point as I was well prepared with java but not with C"".
After this he asked me questions from jdbc odbc driver, wrapper class, Command line argument, serialization, Thread, Overloading, Overriding.
I answered all the questions and he was really impressed and asked me in return that " You know little about Java" and I just nodded.
Then I went through the HR and it was just a formality.
Just remember that if your technicals went good then you will be definitely selected until and unless you have done something blunder in HR.
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