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Zensar Technologies Interview Experience - Indore, September, 2015

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Hello everyone, I attended the placement drive of Zensar.

There were 4 rounds in the process:

1. Written.
2. Group Discussion.
3. Technical Interview.
4. HR Interview.

1. In the first round we had to give an online test which had 4 sections with specific time limit for every section, i.e., you can not use the time left in one section to solve the other sections. The 4 sections were- Aptitude, Technical, Programming, SQL queries.

The aptitude section included Time, speed & distance (especially train-based questions), age related problems. The technical round had the general questions with medium difficulty level. You can clear that with basic preparation. The next 2 sections had 2 questions each. I got two programs, first program was to take input from the user until a negative number is inserted & find the average of the entered list of numbers. I actually forgot the 2nd program (can't believe this :D) but that wasn't very difficult! I was able to make both the programs. Though, in the first program I displayed the average in integer type (instead of floating point) & when I was correcting that, the time limit for the section ended. In the last section, 2 queries were to be written based on the tables & conditions given in the question. I could only write one of them correctly.

2. In GD, we were given 2 topics to choose from. I) Is technology creating a disparity in income. II) Should military education be made compulsory in schools. We chose the 2nd one. They weren't expecting us to be extra-ordinary in communication. They only wanted us to speak well enough. Even those who were not able to speak were given a chance at the end. Only 1 was rejected in our group after GD.

3. In the technical round, the questions depended on the interviewer that we went to. The one to whom I went was more interested in the project that I had made. He also asked me some basic questions like multithreading, garbage collection, normalization, DBMS vs RDBMS, etc. I heard that the other interviewers were also asking questions related to PL/SQL and even HR questions.

4. The HR round was not very difficult. They expect us to be realistic about our dreams & to give simple honest answers rather than saying something too big or unrealistic. If we do say something like that they would extend the interview for 30-45 minutes. So better to give simple direct answers. My HR interview lasted only about 5 minutes. He asked me about my family, my weakness & whether I was ready to relocate & work in night shifts.

That's it! After about an hour, we got the results & very few students were rejected from the HR round. So HR round was not difficult or the main rejection round. The main rejection round was the technical round.

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