Tech Mahindra Interview Pattern - MESCOE Pune, 26/09/2016
There are total 4 rounds:
2. Picture based essay writing.
If you clear the aptitude, you have won 80% of the battle. Aptitude is really very tough and needs practice. Aptitude consists of 7 sections including verbal and non-verbal reasoning, quantitative, logical, comprehension, articles, synonyms and antonyms.
Mostly problems with profit and loss, average, simple interest, compound interest, problems on ages are asked.
Preparation from IndiaBix or R.S Aggarwal is enough.
The results are declared as soon as you finish the test on your computer screen. If you are through it shows congratulations and if you are not it shows thank you, try next time. Guys, it's very tough so prepare well, from my batch I was the only one to clear the aptitude.
If you clear aptitude, other rounds are cakewalk for you.
Next round starts as soon was you finish the first. Now you have to write an essay based on the picture shown. Just focus on your thoughts and make sure about tenses and sentence formation mostly and even punctuation. The results are announced after 30-40 mins.
Next is the technical round. I'm an ECE student, So they asked questions about my stream and projects. Guys prepare your projects well and also whatever you have written on your resume. They will ask you everything that's written in the resume. For CS/IT, students prepare your programming well.
HR round is just like a formality, they ask about yourself and about relocation and working in shifts. They said, everyone, that we will receive an email concerning the results. It will be the offer letter, someone from their team said. Only 30-35 candidates went through to HR and I'm happy that I'm one of them. Eagerly waiting for my offer letter.
ALL THE BEST FOR ALL OF YOU!!!
I hope my experience will help you. :-)
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