CapGemini Interview Process - Rajam, 27th Sept, 2016
Here, mainly 3 rounds are there,
1) Written Round + Essay writing.
Coming to written round, questions were damn easy. Even the normal student can clear this round. All questions were very basic. Some decent practise is more than enough to clear this round. Total 32 questions. 50 min. Quant 16 and reasoning 16.
After you complete round, result of your written test will not come. Directly essay writing box will be open. This was where 90% of my college students were rejected. My essay was Homework in schools should be banned. You have to write 300 to 350 words in 30 min.
Don't worry about quant and reasoning. Very easy. Do worry about essay writing. Remember the basic rules to writing essay and important point is the entire essay should be in one tense. I wrote the entire essay in present tense. If you use more than one tense in your essay writing, make a note that you will not clear this round.
Essay topics also very simple and basic topics like health vs wealth, role of sports in career, Alcohol should be banned like that. Remember the basic rules and do well. If you clear this round, You win 80% of battle.
Results were declared within 15 min and Selected students asked to come for TR at 2:00 clock with all mark lists and certificates and xerox.
In TR: Here also asked very basic questions regarding C. If you are from non-CSE then have s good knowledge on your projects and Paper presentations you have given and whatever you put in your resume. If you are CSE student, they ask C, Java, Database and so many lang. For non-CSE fellows, questions were asked from the resume. So prepares good CV and prepare everything you kept in your resume.
HR round is just for formality. In this round, they used to test your communicational skills, how well you answer the questions.That's it. Capgemini is very easy to crack. Prepare all models of apt which is there on this website and read all HR questions from this site. You will crack the Capgemini. I got rejected in TR
All the best.
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