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ACCENTURE PATTERN & INTERVIEW ON JUL 2008 AT HYDERABAD

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PAPER :             ACCENTURE PATTERN & INTERVIEW             ON  JUL 2008 AT HYDERABAD
           

            There             were 4 rounds.
            i) Aptitude test (written)
            ii) Group discussion
            iii) Technical interview
            iv) HR interview            
Aptitude test was easy.. I             hadn't really prepared very hard for it.. R.S Agarwal verbal and non             verbal reasoning should be quite enough.. there were three sections             of the paper:                            Verbal (quite easy)               Quantitative (a bit difficult.. the time wasn't enough)               Reasoning (easy again)                          
            Group Discussion.             the topic we were given was "What should the Indian Government             do to attract more people to join the Indian Army". The only             condition is that you talk and you talk sense. One sensible point             can get you through. Our group had 14 members and 12 were qualified             for the second round. In some other groups, 7 were selected and 7             rejected.
           
Technical interview.
                         The person taking the interview was very friendly and warm. I was             tensed in the beginning, but later the I felt a bit relaxed.
            This was supposed to be a tech interview, but it was more of a tech             + HR interview..
            Some of the questions he asked were the following:
            - Which is your favourite subject? (And then a few questions based             on the subject)
            - What are your achievements?             - Tell me about             yourself and your family.
            - Why do want to do this job and why not go for further studies?
            - What are your hobbies? (And some questions based on your hobbies..             Like I said reading books.. And he asked me the last book that I've             read and asked me a quick review about the book)
           
            HR interview : This interview was more like reading the             conditions out.. It was very brief..
                                      The questions were:
                                      - Give me your personal profile.. ( Personal profile includes             everything about you, your academics, your family, your interests,             etc)
            - Are you ready to be relocated??
            - Are you ready to work for any client, at any place, under any             working hours and conditions?
            - Are you ready to sign a bond to this effect?
            - Do you have any gaps in your education?
           

            One thing, I'd suggest about the interviews is that be truthful and             honest and frank.
 DO NOT bluff or try to be something which you             aren't. The results of each round are announced immediately after the round             and the selected candidates move on..            

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