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TCS INTERVIEW - SEP 2005 - MUMBAI

Posted By : Prabhu Rating : +3, -0
Hello Friends

I got selected in TCS in September at the        Mumbai Off-Campus. Wud like to thank Chetna madam and all        the members of the group who helped to do so. As I have come to know        that a based recruitment is expected
around 10th of Jan, I am sharing        the Tech and HR questions:-

After the written, first Tech        interview is taken. The panel had two persons.

Q: Hello Sahil,        have a seat.
Me: good mornig sir, thanks a lot.

Q: tell me        something about yourself.
Me: ( I started with my aim(as in the resume)        and a brief desc about my B.E., then coming straight away to my        accomplishments basically related to the field. My + points, and        showing that I have been a constant
performer since my schooldays.        Pointing out participation in various events as the        certificates were there in my resume (basically to show all        round interest). Also pointing out my hobbies and interest.

Q:        so u play basket ball.. r u a dunker?
Me: no sir but I am good at        dribbling. (thing is that they can ask u anything related to what u        write in yur resume)

Q: what r u favourite languages and        subjects?
Me: C,C++,DBMS and SE.

Q: be sure bcos we r going to        ask u questions on that.
Me: yes Sir, I am very sure. And I am good at        coding too.

Q: (they started with the questions) Design a        switch case for an integer
Me: (did it).

Q: now modify it        for a float.
Me: it doesn't work for it.

Q: WAP for comparing        two strings.
Me: (made it)

Q: how do you test this        program?
Me: I can make test cases by specifying        different inputs

Q: all right then design test cases for        me.
Me: (I made different inputs for both the strings and showed it        to them)

Q: Show me some more inputs
Me: I tried but cudn't giv        more than 7-8 inputs.

Q: can we have some more inputs.
Me: it's        possible if u put in more thinking but exhaustive testing is not        possible

Q: But all possible cases must be tried.
Me: yes        sir.

Q: tell me what is testing?
Me: (I answered)

Q: what        r the different type of testing methods?
Me: (Answered)

Q: what        do you mean by SDLC and SWDLC?
Me: (Answered)

Q: what r the        various phases of SDLC?
Me: (Answered)

Q: All right, Sahil. U        may leave now. Have a nice day.
Me: Thank you, Sir. Good day        Sir.

After 5 mins I got my result and I had cleared        the tech. Then comes the HR. I am directly writing the        questions as the answers may differ individually.

Tell me        something about u?
Tell me something about TCS?
U have presented a        paper on missile systems, tell me something about it?
He took a        project and asked me why I used Access in it and its database        implications slightly.
What r yur strengths?
Do you know about the        bond with TCS?
What if we send u to Pakistan or timbaktoo?
(be        prepared for such question and smile a bit rather than laughing heavily        on such questions)
do you have any questions for us?
I asked 2        questions:
1. What will be my job profile and how do I see        my chances of growing in yur organization?
2. How do u see that yur        clients are satisfied with yur services and what r the parameters that        help u in doing it?

So these were my set of questions. Wish u        all the best.

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