Capgemini Interview Experience - Bhubaneswar, 21 Oct 2016
The first part is written which is of 80 min i.e 50 min for aptitude and reasoning and next 30 min for writeX.
Quant and reasoning has 16 questions each out of which you need to attempt 13 questions correctly. Don't go with the numbers, try to attempt 80% correctly. There is sectional cutoff for each section and no -ve mark for incorrect attempt. Questions are really easy. And then comes the writeX part which is the most important part of capgemini, where chances of elimination are maximum. Topics tends to be very easy but grammatical errors, spelling, punctuations are important. So whatever u write do a cross check a the end to avoid these error. In our college approximately 192 appeared for written and only 70 cleared written exam.
Second round was tech round(TR) followed by HR round. In the TR round most of the candidates are asked HR questions like "about yourself", "why recruit you", "what you expect from capgemini". Some students were given stressed questions, whereas some students were asked about project, situation based question and branch related subjects. As I belong to ECE branch most of the questions were from mobile communication like,
1) FDMA, TDMA, CDMA differences?
2) How to multiplex signals?
3) How two mobile station communicate?
4) What are electronics and telecommunication?
After the TR was over I was sent for PI. As usual questions were asked. Remember TR is an elimination round and PI is just for formality where they judge your communication skills. Be confident in answering irrespective of what you say.
And out of 70 students, 51 got selected and I was among them. So overall it was wonderful experience and feeling proud to be a part of Capgemini.
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