Capgemini Interview Experience - Basar, November 21, 2015
I am Sravanthi Pogaku, studying Mechanical Engineering in RGUKT, Basar, Adilabad Dist. I want to share my Capgemini recruitment experience.
As you all know that, Capgemini recruitment process consists of 3 rounds.
1) Written test.
3) Interview (HR+TR).
Written test of Capgemini is different from other companies actually. It consists of 3 sections.
a) Analytical reasoning.
b) Verbal section.
c) Quantitative aptitude.
Difficult part in above sections is analytical reasoning. The questions are from GRE and TOFEL papers. Refer pinkmonkey.com website for analytical and verbal part. Most of the questions are from barren GRE material only.
Before starting preparation for Capgemini, first understand type of questions are repeating and analyse thoroughly. Refer to previous papers. This time questions are not repeated from previous papers but same type of questions were asked.
Second Round is GD:
Before attending to GD, read and analyse all current concepts.
- Digital India.
- Make in India.
- Swatch bharath abhiyan.
- Women empowerment.
- Computers-technology enhancement.
- Technical education.
For us they gave conducted DEBATE on concept "Computers vs Non Computers".
First they gave chance to talk about concept for one minute to everyone. Then they divided us to two groups and told to talk for 10 minutes. We 6 of our group supported non computers, then after 10 mints he reversed the topics and made to talk us about Computers.
Remember Whether debate or GD saying statics and present and past examples play a crucial role. When I was preparing I had written all statistics and present examples reviewing from newspapers.
When talking about my concept, I takes only about statistics and examples which gave unique identity. And one more thing grabbing more number of chances also very important. Be ready to grab chance in every moment.
Third Round is Interview Process:
While attending interview Keep SMILING and maintain Confidence. These two things helped me a lot.
My interview followed like this,
When I entered the hall interviewer was observing files
I said Good evening sir.
SIR: Hi Sravanthi, tell me about yourself?
Me: Sir I am pursuing mechanical Engg in RGUKT, State, Basar. I have completed my Schooling from a residential school which developed my competitive skills. I have done project on so and so.
I gave presentations on compressed air engine, six stroke engine.
(I mainly focused on my intern project and presentations and their benefits and also about my strengths)
1) What is compressed air engine?
2) What are its benefits?
3) Why it is not used having so many advantages?
4) Tell me about your family? (I told about my parents, sibling and their occupation and then told about my father a lot. How he encourages, his good nature and hard work and then about my mom) continue till interviewer stops you.
6) What is Heat treatment?
7) Write a program on factorial?
8) How do you start an engine?
9) Tell me types of fits available? and explain about them?
(I told interference fit, clearance fit and so on) then he again forced to explain differences between them. I tried to explain but not very clearly(that I know)
He said being a good communicable student, why are you not able to explain such small question?
I said smilingly and honestly, sir actually I forget that concept which I studied last year.
10) Last question: If you get same type of job opportunity better than Capgemini will you go to that company?
I answered with bit of seriousness and confidence.
"No sir, As this company believed me and gave me opportunity to build my professional skills, I never leave this company. As a fresher I need a good platform to prove myself. Moreover Capgemini is one of the best company in the world and recently it got "most ethical company in the world" award in 2015. And I highlighted Capgemini functions continuously.
Then he said nice to meet you Sravanthi. THANK YOU VERY MUCH SIR.
My advice is to prepare for written test, GD and Interview before attending to written test only. Because once you qualify written test you don't get enough time to prepare for next rounds.
I got this job after 2 failures in TCS and Tech Mahindra. But don't take these to hearts. placements are sometimes luck based. But Remember HARDWORK Never fails.
Remember for every company you need to change the preparation method but don't nervous about it. Once you understand process, type of questions and solved few previous papers, you will get enough confidence.
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