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Infosys Interview Experience - 3rd/4th Jan 2019 - Viva College, Virar (W), Mumbai

Posted By : Sreyash Pathak Rating : +89, -0
First of all, I would like to heartily thank and give all my credit to IndiaBix which helped me prepare and succeed throughout this whole process.

The placement drive was carried out for two days 3rd and 4th Jan respectively. On first day only the aptitude round was held and whosoever cleared the aptitude round had to come for the interview process the next day. I registered for infosys almost a month back so I had good time to prepare.

There were about 798 students who registered and the number rose up to around 950 later due to the on-spot registration facility.

3rd Jan - Aptitude Day.

You never expect from Infosys, if you do then you are out. Something which happened with me during my aptitude. I studied almost everything looking at the placement papers put up on IndiaBix but nothing came straight-forward.

When I actually gave my aptitude test, I realised that only 10% was there in the test which I studied from Indiabix. I don't blame IndiaBix here or any of its placement papers, although it was only IndiaBix who helped me develop "logically strong". So yeah you need to be logically strong to clear any aptitude. Indiabix played a part in that.

Coming to the aptitude pattern, there was no quantitative i.e. Maths (the part I am most scared of) and Infosys focuses mainly on "English" and somewhat Reasoning.

The reasoning part was moderate but the English part was the toughest I would say. The English part was not only the toughest but also the lengthiest of them all!

I cleared the aptitude!

I was happy and delighted when I came to know the result, it was acutally my friend who told me that I got selected.

4th Jan - Interview Day.

Here comes the D-Day.

You get all the chills and thrills on this day and the never-expecting shivers running in your body.

Out of those 950 students, 296 cleared.

The main Mantra for cracking the interview is enormous amount of "Confidence" and not getting nervous. If you have this in you then you are already through because people at Infosys expect you to have good communication skills and confidence.

We were called at around 8:30 in the morning and I was called for my turn at around 12:30 in the noon.

It was a lady who took my interview and she was pretty decent. She made me sign on a piece of paper which stated about re-location stuff. We greeted each other and she started with introduction and questions.

TR+HR.

1. SDLC.
2. IOT.
3. JAVA.
4. Subjects I studied in sem 5 and sem 6 and if I have some knowledge of those.
5. OOPS Concepts.
6. Software Testing.

They also took our HR round with TR and we were not known about this.

My interview went on for almost 20-25 minutes and I knew I did well. If you start well then it ends well. I was a bit nervous for first few minutes but then it was normal.

Now about the results, some applications were called by their names and they were sent home, mine was one of them but we were not confirmed if we had cleared the interview round or not.

The final results were declared on the same day and I was selected.

Out of 296 students, 228 were selected.

My dreams came true.

I really couldn't believe I cracked Infosys because I couldn't clear the aptitude in the past three companies (Wipro, Capgemini and L&T).

"Confidence" is the key.

That's it. :)

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