Capgemini Interview Experience - Mumbai 06/09/17
So I was rejected by Accenture after clearing the aptitude test in the interview. Then the next company coming to the college was Capgemini. I heard the news that Capgemini have changed its aptitude pattern.
So the new pattern consists of Aptitude (Quants and Logical) and Essay writing. Guys Aptitude section was very easy to crack just study RS Agarwal nothing else to do. Next was essay writing..You have to write minimum 200 and maximum 240 words on the given topic.
So after this we were asked to wait and 46 students out of 199 was shortlisted. The sectional cutoff was high I think because the test was very easy. Then the next round was technical aptitude. This round was little difficult and the paper consists of C, Data structures, Algorithms (I/o,o/p),and digital logic.
So 28 students cleared this round. So after this there was technical aptitude. So I was waiting for my number to come. So when I entered the interview room the interviewer asked me to sit and told me to introduce myself.
Then he took my resume and asked me questions related to my projects and advanced java questions. Guys they only focus on resume so you should be clear with your resume. Then HR round, She asked me to introduce myself and some technical java questions. Yes in the HR round also the interviewer were aaking tech questions. Then typical hr questions like why Capgemini and relocation.
So finally 22 students got selected and I was one of them. So guys dont worry about the new pattern just go through java, C, Dbms and data structures. And I want to thank all the people who shared their interview experience. Thank you for reading.
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