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CTS Interview Process - Hyderabad, March 14, 2015

Posted By : Jyothi Yelagandula Rating : +62, -3
Hi everyone, who has been following this site to grab more about CTS interview.

I recently attended it on 14th March at DLF building while I wrote my test on 4th March, through Aspiring Minds.

I wrote CTS exam for the first time though I got my hall ticket for second time.

I think all of you know the pattern for CTS, It will not be much tough, you can clear it if you thoroughly go through all the basic aptitude topics.

Coming to the rounds of Interview, there will be TECHNICAL round followed by HR.

You will be asked on "C" and some questions related to your subjects if you belong to non-core. As I'm a mechanical graduate I was asked only on C and about my major Project. Do not blindly mug up the C programs, you should be able to explain the code to the HR. In order to do that, go through some C books to have some theory so that you will be able to answer theory questions also...

Some HR's might be asking us to write only 1 program or 2, But some are there to ask too many questions both from programming and engineering subjects. It depends on the HR. So its better to recollect all the info on your core subjects before you go and attend interview.

When I entered the Interview Panel, got so tensed but after looking at the HR, I could lose all my tension because he was very cool.

1) Asked me to tell sth about myself.

2) Asked me to explain my Project.
I took a paper and explained very well.

3) And finally he asked me how proficient I was in C.
I rated myself as 3.5/5 as I learnt it in my engineering first year.

4) He asked me to write a basic program like printing the sum of the cubes of Fibonacci numbers.
Here it follows.

int range, first = 0, second = 1, next, sum = 0, c;
print and scan the range
take a for loop
for(c=0; c<range; c++)
if c<=1
next = c;
    next = first + second;
    first = second;
    second = next;

   sum = sum + (next * next * next);
   printf("%d", sum);

This prints the sum of cubes of fibonacci numbers up to the entered range.
If we enter 5 as a range then it gets printed like 0^3 + 1^3 + 1^3 + 2^3 + 3^3 + 5^3.

With this, my TR was over. And got qualified for HR.

In HR round,

1) I was asked about my personal profile.

2) He asked me why do I want to come to software as a mechanical graduate.
I correlated the mechanical field with software. He agreed.

Give a proper answer when you are asked about why you want to come to an IT sector HR must agree with your answer. Becoz it shows your ZEAL towards software.

3) Asked about the company profile like who is the CEO, Founders, Chairman and year of establishment.
Answered everything because I went through the company profile the day before.

4) Asked me about my reallocation and finally he gave me a paper to read and sign.
Signed with a smile on my face.

If you clear your TR, then its almost done but don't lose your hope friends.
Answer all the questions in a friendly manner and do not hesitate in answering.

If you get a chance to question the HR, never lose it because it shows your confidence in communicating with unknown people.

This is all my interview experience with CTS friends. Hoping everyone to clear this.

I'm waiting for my Offer letter.

Thank You guys who had shared all your previous experiences.

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