Wipro Interview Experince - Jodhpur, Raj. 30 Oct. 2015
The selection process of Wipro is very easy. It just needs 50 days study only.
There are 3 sections for selection in Wipro.
First is GD. I was nervous about it because of my communication skills but I prepared about 100 topics for it. You just need to speak 8 or 10 lines about the given topic. You should try to show your leadership quality in GD. It gives a good impression to the examiner. I was the first who started the discussion on the topic. My topic was very simple that was Indian Education. After 1 hr result was declared and I cleared this round.
Next day, I went for an online test. That was very simple but it required a good calculation speed because each question has to solve in 1 minute only. There were total 5 parts.
First - English and Grammar.
Second - Quantitative aptitude.
Third - Reasoning.
Fourth - Technical part (which was related to Java, C, C++, DSA).
Last was the simple easy writing.
After 1 hr later result was declared and cleared it too. I was too much happy that time.
If you clear GD and written test it means your selection possibility is 60%.
I waited for TR. He asked me simple questions. They were related to JAVA. Examiner handshaked and wished me congratulations. It was the best moment for me.
After that I went for HR. he just passed the time with me and wrote "SELECTED " on my resume. After 4-6 days later I got offer letter of Wipro.
Total participation - 350.
GD cleared - 330.
Aptitude cleared - 80.
After technical and HR, 54 were selected.
Just be confident, always look in the eyes of the interviewer, don't interrupt while he is talking, just pretend like you are a keen listener and a good learner.
Don't lose hope, don't have negative thoughts, do your best and succeed.
All the very best to all, meet you in Wipro.
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