Tata Consultancy Services Interview Experience - Bangalore, September 9, 2014
We recently had TCS visiting our campus for recruitment. I would like to share my experience. There are totally 4 rounds which are aptitude which includes email writing, followed by technical and managerial round and concluded with HR round.
The first round being aptitude, there was a hype that TCS aptitude is very difficult. But I disagree, it was very basic and I would suggest m4math website and campusgate website for practicing. I can assure you that TCS repeats its questions and those two website contains most of the questions. So I suggest you to most of the questions from there. Coming to email writing, it is very basic and make sure you use all the words that they have mentioned without any spelling mistakes. So if you are good enough you should get through.
Coming to technical, it will be very basic. I would suggest you to be thorough with basics of C, CPP, dbms. If your lucky you will get these. How ever I got to know that some were asked SE and CN also. So be prepared with basics.
I was asked to explain my project and as he liked it, he asked me to write the code. SO I suggest you to know what is happening in the code at-least.
If your good with basics, you should go through easily.
Coming to managerial, this will be just a 1 on 1 conversation where they will ask you how you you would react in particular situations, like you have been assigned a project that you don't know anything about and your boss is very bad, what will you do. And you are assigned to learn something from your subordinate. Will you ?
So staying positive and confident should get you through this as well.
Next is the HR round which is just a formality where they ask are you willing to relocate and if you are aware of bond and such questions.
I found reading such experiences very helpful hence I thought I would upload mine as well so that it will help you guys also.
I can proudly tell that I got selected.
All the best to you guys as well.
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