TCS Interview Experience - Hyderabad, 24th Feb 2020
I would like to share my interview experience and the selection process of TCS.
I appeared for the TCS Future Forward Careers National Qualifier Test on 18th Jan 2020. It was a national level aptitude test. It had five sections - Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and Data Interpretation.
There were 50 Qs that had to be solved in 50 minutes. Practicing questions from IndiaBix was very helpful. I received my results on 31st Jan and was extremely happy about getting selected for the interview.
My interview was scheduled for 24th Feb 2020. There were three rounds - HR, TR, and MR.
The HR round was the most important round. We were given a general topic and had to express our views on it for a minute. It was a JAM round (Extempore).
The TR round was completely based on my resume and I was asked questions about my graduation course, projects, my strengths, etc.
The MR round was conducted in a telephonic mode at the venue itself and I was asked about my educational background, my long term goals, my weakness and whether I had any issues working during weekends or in night shifts.
After the three rounds of interview, the results were declared that day itself, which I think was the best part.
I successfully cleared all the rounds and got selected.
Tips and Suggestions:-
1. Reach the venue in time, dress up in formals and carry all the necessary documents.
2. Every round of interviews will be an elimination round. So, you should give your best in every round.
3. Answer all the questions with confidence. They mainly test your self-confidence and language skills.
4. Stay calm as this is just an interview and not the end of your dreams and goals.
5. Have patience while going through the entire process as hundreds of candidates come for the interview on a single day.
Hope this helps.
All the best!
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