Infosys and Wipro Interview Experience - Jeppiaar Engineering College, September 2014.
IndiaBIX was my life savior during placement preparation and therefore I choose to return my thanks to it by sharing my interview experience.
The first company that had come to my college was Wipro. I got shortlisted in the Aptitude Round to go to the next round of the process. As to what think a clear understanding of concepts helps in clearing Aptitude.
I am basically not too strong in Quants but towards the end of my preparation I made sure that I had got the concepts right and also had a clear understanding of the types of questions that fall under a particular chapter. This helped me in approaching the questions correctly.
Like everyone else, I started my preparation with R S Aggarwal. It was a tedious process to even see that there were around 100-150 questions under each chapter. I decided to do the example sums and a few questions here and there from the exercise.
On the last of my preparation I referred to IndiaBIX alone! IndiaBIX has chapter wise questions and these set of questions cover almost all the concepts that fall under a topic. This was very helpful to me in doing a quick revision of all the concepts.
My Wipro Interview experience was fun. I first had the technical interview. I was asked very basic questions . they were :
1) Tell me about yourself.
2) What is the difference between C and C++.
3) What is ploymorphism. explain with an example program.
4) What is function overloading.
After which I was called for the HR Interview. I was asked a few general questions about my capabilities, family and extra curricular.
I went for the Aptitude test with the same preparation as mentioned above. I cleared it and went for the next round. I had a technical and HR combined interview.
Again a few easy questions were put in my basket. the questions were :
1) Tell me about yourself.
2) What do you know about OOPS.
3) Explain the concepts of OOPS.
4) Explain me your final year project.
5) what are your strengths.
6) Is there any question that you would like to ask me?
And that was an end to my interview process.
A few basic guidelines that I would like to give each one of you are as follows :
1) When you go for an Aptitude test make sure your mind is free.Forget that you know maths. forget that you are an engineer or whatever. Just remember the fact that you are capable of solving questions because your concepts are strong. When you don't get the answers right make sure to find the answer through the options given. Most importantly have a clean and free mind and have faith in your potential.
2) For interviews make sure your "tell me about yourself" is very impressive. Its like the first impression on an HR. Make sure you speak your heart out in the best possible way. Candidate from any department is supposed to know basic programming languages. Me being from an ECE department, I had to be strong at-least in the basics of C and C++. CSE and IT students need to be thorough in their languages.
Most importantly, one should be bold and confident in an interview . You should have an attitude as if you are most highly learned scholar in the world and put your answers forth in the best possible way even if you are not 100% sure of them. Confidence and command over language is all that matters.
By God's grace I got dual placed. I have both Wipro and Infosys on my plate and its time to make the right choice !
I wish the above said experience helps a great deal in your placement preparation.
Good luck for your future. Make yourself and your parents proud.
Thanks a bunch INDIABIX. Cheers!!
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