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Wipro Ltd Interview Experience - Amity University, Noida, September 8, 2014

Posted By : Mohd Faisal Hashmi Rating : +44, -2
It was the first day of our recruitment process.

We were asked to report at 8:30 am in the morning. After reporting the officials from Wipro gave their presentation which told us about Wipro and the package that we were being offered.

After the presentation students exempted from written test were announced (10th, 12th - 80% and B.Tech CGPA - 7.80). Rest of the students were asked to proceed to the labs.

At 1:00 pm our written test started. The test was held my AMCAT and it had 4 sections:

1- Aptitude - Go through RS Aggarwal, and papers on IndiaBix.
2- English - Basic english, Antonyms, Synonyms.
3- Logical Reasoning - Go through IndiaBix papers. I myself practised these papers only.
4- Technical - Basic knowledge of Data structures and Loops.

The result of online test round were announced in the evening. Around 600 students cleared the round. In total 1000+ students were selected for interview (400+ direct interview students).

I appeared for the interview on 10th september. I was the first candidate to be interviewed in the morning. My friends who went for interview on 9th had to go through a lot of grilling. On average there interview lasted for 30 minutes. So somewhere I was mentally prepared for it.

My interviewer was a north indian from the Pune branch of Wipro. I confidently went to the desk and politely asked if I could sit. He asked me to sit and offered me breakfast. After some refusal I took some chips.

The interview started with small talks in which we both introduced ourselves. He asked me if I was nervous and I replied that I am nervous but equally confident also. He asked me to summarise my essay that I had previously submitted. While I summarized my essay he went through my form.

He asked me what I like the most. I replied programming. He didn't give me any programming in the interview so be very sure what you answer when any such question is asked.

He then tested my technical knowledge with following question:

1- What's the difference between C and C++.
2- Name 3 object oriented languages.
3- Types of Inheritance.

I expected some more Technical question but he didnt asked any further. He preferred asking HR questions like "Why Wipro??", "Are you ready to sign a bond", "Are ready to reallocate?", I positively replied to all these questions. Then asked him questions that I wanted to ask him about Wipro (So do your research before interview).

Then he asked me to send in the next candidate.

I was pretty happy with my interview but nervous also as my interview went for only 8 minutes (That's the exact time), while that of other candidates went for about 20-25 min.

We were informed that Students who need to appear for HR round will get a call, I never got a call.

On 13th september the final list was declared and I was proud that my name was there at 166th position in the list of 429 students.

My only tip to others is :

1- For Online test practice papers from IndiaBix and you will get the idea about the paper.

2- Take an AMCAT test so that you get used to their format (many questions also repeat). I also took an AMCAT test and it really helped me.

3- When you go for PI (Personal Interview) be properly dressed and be confident about yourself because Wipro isn't hiring technical genius its hiring individuals whom they can groom to be successful professionals and are technically sound.

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