Zensar Technologies Interview Experience - Jabalpur, 12-13 October 2017
The whole interview was divided into two parts spread out over two days:
1. Written (online) test.
2. GD, PI, HR Rounds.
On the first day, students were called for a written test which was held at a different venue. This test was in the form of an online exam on Zensar own software and servers. The test consisted of the following topics:
1. Quantitative Aptitude.
2. Technical Questions.
Each of the part had to be solved withing 30 minutes each and consisted of 30 questions each. The questions asked in Aptitude part were quite easy and were mostly based upon the questions given in the book RS Agarwal. So, if anyone has solved the main topics of the book, can rest assured that he/she can get through this section.
The technical questions were a little bit difficult and consisted of topics ranging from Networking, Operating System, Object oriented technology and also some basic coding concepts from Java and C++. To be ready for this, one can solve the MCQs given on IndiaBix and it would be enough for the test.
The results were announced an hour later and I got through and was asked to come the next day for the further rounds.
-> GD ROUND:
On the next day, for the GD round, people were divided among groups of 21 students each and had to go into a room for GD. But to our surprise, the interviewer asked us to give an extempore on the some topics that he gave us individually. The topics ranged from India, Globalization, Internet and so on. I was among the ten who were selected from my group and went on to give the PI round.
-> PI ROUND:
My turn for PI round came around 5 hours later. The person in front of me was really friendly and was extremely nice to talk to. Since I was one of the last few people remaining to be interviewed, I was directly asked about why did I choose the Computer Science branch. I responded by saying that I was interested to learn the working of computer hardware and software. He asked me few questions about micro-processors which was my area of interest. Then he went on to ask questions about C++ and gave me a program to write which was to reverse a given string.
After this he asked me about my minor project and I was asked to write down a few lines of code that I had used in the project in my role. So I did that and he told me about some specific branches in Zensar that would interest me according to my interests in Computer hardware. Lastly he complemented me on Keeping a happy face during the interview and asked me to leave.
-> HR ROUND:
I was selected for the HR round which was all about me. The interviewer asked me to introduce myself, tell me about me, where I am from, hobbies, things I love, everything that I could. Then he asked me if I had an Aadhar card, a passport and a driving license. He also questioned me if I was okay to move to another city such as Hyderabad or even foreign city and if I had any family issues doing so. To which I replied I was okay with the relocations. He asked to me leave then.
Results came 5 days later and my name was in the list! I was one of the five people to get selected in Zensar from my college.
Hope this experience helped you! Good luck for your interview! :).
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