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Tata Consultancy Services Interview Experience - Puducherry, August 21, 2015

Posted By : Arthi Rating : +41, -6
Hi guys, I attended TCS campus recruitment and I would like to share my experience with you. Each year the company fixes a CGPA and this time it was 7.5. Those who have their CGPA below it should attend an aptitude test along with email writing for getting selected to panel interview. Whereas those who have their CGPA above it need to attend email writing alone and can attend the direct interview (panel interview).

In my case, I had a CGPA above the required so I had to go through email writing (1st day) and the panel interview (2nd day).

The first day we had aptitude and email writing. For email writing, we have a lot of website which helps us to know the basic format of email writing and some websites which gives us practice test too. Before attending the test go through all of them. It gives you a lot of confidence and yes, it will help you a lot to attend your main test.

You need to clear the previews day test to appear for the panel interview. I am from ECE and yes the way of interview changes from panel to panel and the stream you want to get in (My stream was Engineering and Industrial Services EIS as I was from ECE and had a decent CGPA).

I had my interview in the afternoon after lunch and it was a tiresome day. My panel consisted of 3 members. One focused mainly on technical, one on stress management and the other person mainly focused on the things on my resume. Bring your resume well.
 
The technical person asked me the following -

- Explain me your final year project?

- What is the difference between GSM and CDMA?

- What is the difference between IR and bluetooth?

- What you know about GPRS?

- Can you write bubble sort (Data structure) and explain me?
 
These questions where asked as my final year project was on mobile communication.

The stress management person asked me questions like,

- How was your day?

- Is it okay if your work place is in Punjab, how will you cope up with the language there.

- Are you ready to work over time?

The person who focused on my resume asked me the following,

- Explain me your mini project (more detailed questions where asked when I explained him)

- What Asanas you do after eating as my extra curricular activity was yoga. This question was totally unexpected.

- What is the difference between LED and LCD?

Guys please do focus on your resume and final year project. More questions will be from your resume and you must be in a position to talk about them.  

As said earlier the interview questions varies from panel to panel. Some of my friends had panels which was totally non-technical where you need a lot of communication skills and easy to get through. Some of them where questioned on types of modulation, digital circuits (If area of interest) etc.  

All the best guys. Prepare well and give your best. Of course yes luck plays a major role. Try to convince your interviewers. The difficulty level depends on the panel. Wish you guys all success :) Stay positive :)

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