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Tata Consultancy Services Interview Experience - Gandhinagar, March 17, 2016

Posted By : Dhairya Dholakia Rating : +51, -4

I had applied for TCS Off campus Drive.I am from EC branch. It had Online aptitude test followed by 3 interview rounds as mentioned HR, MR(managerial round), Technical. You can make it clearer from site as mentioned below :

Online Aptitude Test :

The aptitude test was easy. It contained questions mainly from the topics mentioned in above link. It was easier for me because my Gate preparation helped in clearing this test. You can prepare from various sites like That will be more than enough for clearing aptitude test.

Interview round :

The interview rounds were held at TCS office, Gandhinagar. For us there were 2 rounds as Technical+MR and HR.

In the technical round I was asked about myself and they ask questions mostly from our resume. So read your resume thoroughly and everything that you mentioned in your resume. I was asked about my project.

Also I mentioned about Matlab so sir was more interested in asking about that. Also he asked few questions from EC field like latest technology viz. 5G in Japan. He was a computer guy so he did not ask about Communications technology in depth. He asked me if I knew bit about programming .

I knew basics of C ,C++. So told me to write a program of drawing this pattern :


I wrote the program it was not upto the mark but I got logic correct so he was satisfied. There were lots of questions on my project as they liked the idea. For MR there were not much questions for me. Sir just asked if I would be comfortable in working at any place and also in night shifts. I said yes. At last he asked if I wanted to ask any questions to him.

But my friends who were in other panels were asked a lot question related to MR. So it depends on your panellists and your luck. So you need to prepare for both Technical and MR.
In the HR round he just asked to tell about myself and a few questions based on what I said about me. Not tough at all.

He asked me if I was known to the service agreement that is bond of 50,000/- for 2 years and whether I was comfortable working anywhere in the country. Then after we had to leave for the day our interview were finished. Results were to be declared by mail so we left. The results are not out yet but hope for the best.

**A Personal experience :
After the Technical round was finished we were waiting in the room were Sir came and announced name of few people and took them outside the room and they were sadly rejected ones . This happened for 3 times and then after Sir came and announced 12 15 names and I was one of them so I was so sad and felt hell bad because I thought these too were the names of rejected people but luckily he said that these people have to move for the second round. I was very happy at that moment.

Another thing was that just be calm and positive . Think that you will clear all rounds and you will get selected. Just believe in yourself. I felt much more comfortable and confident after reading the interview experiences so I decided to write one. I don't know whether I would be selected or not but if this can help someone to achieve what they want then it would be great for me. Best of luck.

I have applied for Wipro off campus, accenture, matrix , etc.

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