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Wipro Interview Experience - Pune 25/09/2017

Posted By : Neha K Rating : +470, -42
I have recently gone through the campus placement of Wipro.

There are around 300-400 students which was appeared for the test.

Students of all branches having 60% throughout and no live backlogs were allowed to apply for the placement.

There were 3 stages of the process:

1. Online test :

Online test was taken on amcat (aspiring minds). There were 6 sections in the aptitude test.

   i. Verbal ability.
   ii. Logical Reasoning.
   iii. Quantitative Aptitude.
   iv. Advance quantitative aptitude.
   v. Automata.
   vi. Paragraph writing.

It was like a normal amcat test. The questions were not that difficult but the time management was the key. You need to use approximation and substitution to finish it within time.
In automata, there were 2 programs. The program level was easy to moderate. The programs like LCM, alternate numbers sort, half array ascending and half array descending sort, alternate number and star triangular pattern print etc.  I had done one program but passed only 7/10 test cases.

The last section was about paragraph writing. I think it was nearly of 10-15 minutes. I don't remember exactly. The word limit for this section was 400. You have to give opinion or write something about given topic. My topic was technology.
This online test was a bit long than usual. It was nearly about one and half to two hours.

No negative marking was there. Lot of students got eliminated from this round. They had shortlisted only 8 students for the technical round and I was one of them.

2. Technical Interview :

The interview strated with the greetings from each other. The first question was tell me about yourself. Then he analysed my resume for 2-3 minutes. He was very impressed with my 10th std marks. He asked me couple of questions related to that. That interview was more like discussion and I wasn't stressed and I enjoyed the interview. He asked many technical questions like  what is Hadoop? What is big data? Do you know analytics? What is ERP? Have you heard of SAP? What is oracle? And follow up questions related to these topics. I didn't know few answers like ERP and SAP so I told him directly that I heard them but didn't know what they are actually. So he explained me. He also asked about my project. Many questions related to hobbies and my extra curriculum was also asked.

He also asked my favourite subjects and the reason behind them. He also asked me where I want to work? Whether it is embedded system, computer network or database? He was quite impressed till that point. Then he asked me about oops concepts. Then he asked me to write the pseudo code to pack the bottle. Firstly I didn't understand his question so I again asked him. Then he given me the hint. I wrote the pseudo code and he also liked my approach. There were some more questions which was asked which I don't remember now. I was then selected for HR round.

3. HR round :

My HR round started with the project itself. She asked me about the technologies in which I have worked and little bit more. Family background. More on resume again.

Some normal hr questions. About my personality. I said that writing is my hobby so she asked me lot of things on that. She also discussed about relocation and the agreement and so on.
Finally , I got selected.

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