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CGI Interview Pattern - Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur

Posted By : Shubham Meshram Rating : +75, -2
CGI conducted their drive across two days. They came to our campus on 19th Sept, 2016 and conducted the first round which was an online test, then they came on 22nd Sept, 2016 for the further rounds.

Round 1 : ELitmus was the assessment partner for conducting the test, please note: the questions from designed by CGI itself and Elitmus was only the assessment partner.

It had four sections,

1. English : It had very simple questions like synonyms and antonyms and sentence completion. This doesn't really require practice as it was the most simplest section.

2. Attention to details : This requires a lot of preciseness think of this round as complex match the following. It can be very deceiving and confusing. A table with details is given in which the values and names or any facts given are "almost" similar and you have to do the matching in the options below.

To be honest this is also a very easy section. No need of any prior practice it can be done on spot.

3. Basic Aptitude : This round has usual questions on the trivial topics like time, speed, work, distance, percentages, simple and compound interests. practice from R.S. Aggarwal would help.

4. Advanced Aptitude : This round was quite a challenge, It had the flowchart questions only. two flowcharts 5 questions each. There was a section similar to this in the Oracle's first round.

Round 2 : GD was round two. GD is more like a formality, it doesn't really matter if you start or conclude, all you gotta do is TALK. The content of the GD is never really noticed or heard, all they want to see is how you talk, how spontaneously you can talk, the moderator is not really interested in the topic of the GD he only notices the group members on how they talk.

In our batch only one got out as he never opened his mouth.

Round 3: Technical Interview:

Around 40 people reached this round. As I went in, I was asked to talk. So I started talking about my Project which was my plus point. I went on and on. There was a lot of cross questioning from the interviewer, he asked a lot of questions on networking and cloud computing as that's what my project was based on. The session was going so good. It lasted for about 30 min.

Then he asked me very few basic questions on C++ and Java. In the end he asked me a logical puzzle.

A very serious advice to people who are scared of puzzles. It doesn't matter if you answer wrong or if you answer what the interviewer wants to hear, All you gotta do is listen well think of a small solution on your own right there and present the solution, all they look at is how well can you think of something on your own.

Round 4: HR Interview:

This is the most easiest round, it began with a very friendly conversation, they asked basic stuff like tell me something about yourself, then family background, then why CGI? you know the usual drill, this rounds requires you to only talk well. They don't check anything else in this round.

And that's about it.

The next day the results were out. Around 20 were selected and I was recruited. I was happy :D

Good luck.

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