CTS Interview Experience - Hyderabad, 21 Feb 2015
The first and foremost round in all the companies is Written. I had my written test on 4 Feb at GITAM University. It was very easy only if we know how to manage time in the Verbal section (I prepared for only 2 days before the exam).
I got my result on 18 Feb, saying the TR & HR will be conducted on 21st Feb at DLF, Hyderabad. I started preparing madly and made sure I do not miss any part in my subjects (C, Java, SQL, DBMS, HTML) as I was from CSE.
On 21st, there were around 500 students appearing for the TR & HR. They verified our documents and gave us token number. After around 2 hours of waiting, finally my turn came,
The interviewer was very good. He asked me to introduce myself, and asked if I'm nervous and made me feel comfortable. He stopped me at my project and kept on asking questions for the next 10 mins on the project (I request everybody to be perfect in their projects) , then he started asking about basics of C, Java.
He asked me which is my favourite subject, I said HTML and SQL (then he asked the reasons, so be prepared to support your answers all the time), he also gave me some queries in SQL which I solved confidently :).
Finally he asked me my EAMCET rank to see if I'll bluff or not, it's just to check if we are being true to him, do not lie to interviewer, he has all the details of you.
Also, he gave a basic program to write which I again wrote within minutes. Before leaving he asked me if I was ready to relocate and if I have any questions.
I asked him to explain about the technologies on which we will be working if we get selected ;).
> Within 10 minutes, 10 of us were taken to another cabin for HR round. HR was really cool, he asked me how was my day and asked about Cloud computing, Mobile Computing & Big data.
I was able to answer for cloud and mobile computing. That's it, he took my sign on a paper and asked if I had any questions. I again asked a question (do not miss this opportunity).
In a week's time, I was chosen among the lucky few :) Do not loose hope and keep faith!
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