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Infosys Interview Experience - UEM, Kolkata 17th, 18th June 2018

Posted By : Subhajit Rating : +52, -3
Hello friends,

Today I am going to share my interview experience. It was a refferal drive. I hope it will help you in your preparation. It was a two day process.

Day 1(17th june): Aptitude test.

The aptitude test is the most important and most critical part of the whole process. Because for Infosys, if you clear this round then 70% job is done. The test has 3 sections.

1st Part:  Data interpretation and Logical reasoning.

There will be 15 questions and  time is 25 mins. This part contains data interpretation, syllogisms, arrangements, decoding. I will suggest you to read the questions properly before rushing to solve it. Here time will not be an issue.

2nd part: quant.

In this section there will be 10 questions and time is 35 mins. I found this section a little bit tough from the previous section. But it all depends on your practice. Here in some problems , you will find 2 chapters mixed together in a single problem. Like speed,distance and clock in a single problem and so on.

3rd part: Verbal.

In this section there will be 40 questions and time is 35 mins. Here the questions are not so tough but you need to solve it very fast. There will be 2 passages. Try to solve them first, because those are time consuming.  Rest questions are like grammar correction , synonyms and ao on.

There is no negetaive marking in the aptitude. So my advice is to answer all the questions, even if you are not sure with the answer. There are sectional cutoffs around 65-70%. For aptitude I think practising from IndiaBIX is enough.

The coordinators told us that the shortlisted candidates would get interview call letter on that day itself. I got the interview call letter mail around 9:45 pm and next day was my interview.  

Around 1500 candidates participated and 300-350 candidates were shortlist for the interview.

Day 2 : Interview.

We were told to report to the same venue at 8:30 am. At first they collected all our documents and told us to wait. The interviews started around 10am. The interviews was like technical and Hr combined. Around 4pm I was called for the interview.  The questions were very easy.

1. Tell me something about yourself.
2.Difference between Java and C.
3.Difference between object oriented programming and procedural programming.
4. Difference between function and procedure.
5. Name some products of dbms.
6. About hobby.
7. 4th year project.
8. Asked about some coding competitions which I took part.
9. Told to explain my android project.

Thats all. My interview went for around 15mins. Avarage interview time was  10-15mins .So basically they check your english and they dont expect you to know much about programming. If you clear the written test then your chances are high.

Infosys sends Offer Letter and Appointment Letter at the same time. They roll out the offer letters in batchwise according to the availability of slots in mysore. I got my offer letter on 13th july.

What I realized is that clearing the written test may leave you with around 60-70% of selection chances. So practice well for the written test. The questions in interview would be from resume and some basic common questions. Don't show the skills in resume which you are not aware of. All the best for guys who are aspiring for job in Infosys.

Thank you.

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