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CTS Interview Experience - Coimbatore, November 8-9, 2013

Posted By : Bala Krishnan S Rating : +94, -8
It was an off campus drive conducted by Cognizant Technology Solutions at Mahendra Engineering College for students of Anna University Coimbatore Zone 2014 pass outs.

It was a three day program around 145 engineering colleges of cbe zone attended. Where for first 70 colleges it was scheduled on 8, 9. My college was on first 70 so I attended on 8th November. The selection process consist of 4 rounds GD, written, technical HR, general HR. Around 1516 students attended the 1st round.

I) first of all no need to be tensed for GD its very simple they dint specify any topic to discuss rather they had an another idea they called out in individual and asked to speak something they knew. Just speak with confident what you know its enough.

II) second was written I was little feared for it. When I was stared to my written I felt free that there was no aptitude there was only verbal and reasoning. Its was not so difficult to answer those who good in English can rock it.

The was announced late in the evening threw anna univ website. I was happy that I got short listed to the next round and asked to come on the next day for remaining two rounds.

III) I didn't prepare much for tech hr. Just went with a free mind without expecting anything. Entered into the room and wished him. He asked m to take my seat and asked me to introduce myself. While I was saying about myself he stopped in the middle and asked me some questions in my area of interest which was DBMS.

He asked which db language you know I said sql he asked what about oracle I said I don't know sir, then he asked me to write a query using join I wrote and gave him, then he asked me to explain the logic for displaying the 2nd highest mark from a table I explained him. Next he gave a different query logic to explain. Given a series of string and asked me how you will display the no.of 'a' in a given string (e.g "haaaaai" to display no.of 'a' in that string) I explained him the logic then asked about c++ and constraints in dbms. Then finally asked me any course apart from the subjects I said completed a certificate course in core java then he asked me to wait for the results.

After 10min result announced that I am having one more round (general hr).

IV) I went inside for the general hr. The hr stood and gave shake hands to me I wished him and he asked me " tell about yourself " I said.

Then,

He gone threw my resume and asked me about my workshops and all then.

Hr: Any plan for higher studies.

Me: Not at all sir.

Hr: What would you do if we relocate you to some other places like pune, kolkata.

Me: No problem sir I can manage myself.

Hr: What do you know about cts.

Me: Told few points about cts.

Then we spoke something general he was very friendly I really enjoyed speaking with him.

Finally, any questions to me ? he asked.

Me: Could you say something about SMAC which I saw in cts website ?

He explained me about that for about 5min.

Then I asked "what about bigdata in cts?".

He said few things that he knew.

At last he said you may leave.

In reply I said nice to meet you sir he again stood up gave hand shake.

After two days the selected students list was displayed in website I was happy to see my name in it.

My suggestion is that be simple, relax and be confident while speaking and just speak what you know that's enough. All the best guys prepare well give your best.

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