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WIPRO Interview Experience - Dehradun, October 8, 2015

Posted By : Manvendra Rai Rating : +85, -14
Venue: DITU, Dehradun.

Hi guys,

Wipro Technologies conducted an on campus placement drive on 7, 8 October 2015.

There were around 600 students sitting for this drive and we're told to report by 8.30 am.

After the Pre Placement Talk, we were informed that all students who have scored 75% or more in 10th, 12th and B-Tech. Don't have to sit for aptitude test except for technical aptitude round, conducted by AMCAT.

Round 1:

The aptitude round was adaptive. Technical questions are very tricky and requires the clear concepts of C, C++, Java etc. But don't worry the cutoff of technical round is very low (approximately 5 or 6 out of 14 questions).

For quantitative section it could be high since the question asked are very very easy if you are 1 minute per question guy with R.S. Agarwal book, that for these questions practice all exercises of HCF, LCM, percentage, profit loss, log, number system, permutation and combination, simplification etc.

Logical reasoning was also easy, English section a bit tough so you have to practice that grammar questions very hard. And there is a non elimination written communication test which is only to check a; little bit of communication skills.

After that about 370 students are shortlisted for Technical and HR interview round.

Round 2:

On October 8, our technical interview started from 10 am followed by the immediate HR round if one got selected.

The interviewer was a lady and she did not ask me any technical questions as it was more like a HR round than Technical one for me.

Me: Good morning Ma'am.

I: Good evening, please sit down.

I did.

I: Introduce yourself.

M: Told.

I: Tell me something about your family.

M: Told.

M: Why your marks making a decreasing slope?

I: Ma'am maybe because questions are different (this answer sound good only if the differences are small like 2 or 3%).

I (smile): Are you willing to relocate?

Me: Told.

I: Any questions for me?

M: Told (prepare at least one question).

After this technical cum HR interview round I was a little bit confused about my further selection, but after an hour or two a list came with my name in it and I was going for the HR round.

Round 3:

Finally I was in front of the HR interviewer and he asked all the tradition HR questions.

You need to be spontaneous and quick and you must have confidence. Don't worry if your English is not very good be confident that is the only key, do not loose your eye contact, master all the points you have mentioned in your resume. Your portfolio is only a showpiece as 90% of them don't bother to have a look on it, they hardly care about all your COP bulks.

Do not mention anything you don't know about, in your resume.

Know yourself, make an ideal, always come up with examples of your strength and weaknesses, creativity etc.

Invite him to ask question you are perfect of, by ending your introduction or statement with that topic you are master of, as he/she mainly remembers the last statement.

So its all up to your maneuver, how you steer your interview in your favor.

SO BE CONFIDENT, INVITE HIM and the interview is yours.

207 students are selected finally and luckily I was one of them.

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