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Infosys Interview Experience - NIEC, Delhi, 27 October 2014

Posted By : Prateek Agarwal Rating : +82, -2
Hi guys this is Prateek Agarwal from FET, Agra College, Agra. Sharing my interview experience with you.

So, Infosys called me for the written test at NIEC, Delhi on 26th Oct. Online test was scheduled in two shifts, more than 1500 students appeared and approx 500-600 were called for interview.

Eligibility Criteria:- 65% (average of all sub) in B.Tech with no backlogs.

Currently I am working as a programmer at National Informatics Centre, Delhi. I had given tests in big companies like Sapient, TCS, Syntel, Sun Life Financial etc, with this much experience, I can say that the recruitment procedure of Infosys is simplest, you can easily crack it without having pretty good academic background and technical expertise.

FIRST ROUND: --- written test --> Elimination Round.

It consisted of three parts:

1) First part consisted of 5 Data Interpretation questions, 5 logical reasoning question (linear arrangement) a bit easy, and 5 Data Sufficient questions of Moderate level. It was of 25 min.

2) This part consisted of Quantitative questions, 10 questions were there, 25 min was the duration. 5 questions were very easy rest were little bit tricky. Syllogism was quite tough.

3) This part consisted of English/Verbal Ability (35 ques). Duration was of 40 min. Sentence correction, and Comprehension, not that much difficult.

Tips and topics for written test:-

1) There is sectional cutoff  of each section. So you have to clear all the sections and there is no negative marking.

2) Do selective topics of quant like - Ratio and Proportion, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Number system, Percentage and Geometry (triangle).

3) Don't try to mug up previous year papers, just see the pattern what type of question can be asked.

4) Do your own practice from Arun Sharma or R.S Aggarwal.

5) For verbal section just learn some basic rules of grammar, tenses and increase your concentration while reading the paragraph. It was not that much typical.

I got the call letter for the interview on the same day. I started preparing hard for technical and HR.

Interview was scheduled at 2:00 PM, my turn came at around 7:00 PM.

It was based on luck some got technical some got HR I got both (HR+Technical).

I: Sir, may I come in.
M: Yes, please come in, Have seat.

He was a young person age around 30-32 yrs , with glowing eyes, we shook hands.

I: Tell me about your academic background.
M: I started from my school, told the % of 10th and 12th, than B.Tech and brief him my projects and training I had undergone.

I: What was your last project?
M: Told.

I: Have you made it by your own?
M: I replied confidently and explain the database tabled which I had used.

I: Can you do coding in both Java and C?
M: Replied confidently and positively.

I: Difference between Java 1.6 and 1.7
M: Told.

I: What is Garbage Collection?
M: Told.

I: What you know about Infosys?
M: That was the question for which I was waiting for. I told everything about the Infosys and speak up to 4-5 min. He was quite impressed.

He asked me about my Notice period in current organization and technology on which I am working.

That's the end of my interview.

Tips For Interview:

1) Always maintain eye contact with interviewer with a sweet smile on your face and talk politely in a mannered  way like a professional.

2) Students other than IT and CS not to prepare much for technical, just learn some sorting and basics program of C and puzzles. Focus on your HR and justify why you want to come in IT sector instead of going in your own sector.

3) Dress well in formals (without tie), carry a folder of your documents and maintain your body posture while walking, sitting.

4) Don't show that you have been tired because of waiting too long.

5) If a girl is beautiful, charming, well dressed, fluent in English but technically zero then the probability of her selection will be higher.:)

"Confidence and English matters for Infosys interview"

I think it'd help you.

I wish everyone best of luck!!!

Still waiting for the offer letter and it will definitely come. Have faith in yourself!!

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