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Posted By : Arnab Bose Rating : +609, -42

Thank you all without them I can't get this success.

Here I want to share my experience of the campus drive.

Read this. It will help you.

For TCS off-campus drive, 1st I want to suggest you please fill up the application form very carefully. It was too lengthy and if you did any mistakes here then the hall ticket for the drive will not be generated, so try to do it with patience. without hall ticket, you can't able to sit on this drive.

In TCS off campus drive there were 3 rounds,

1. Written test
2. Technical interview
3. Personal interview

In the hall ticket, everything about the date, time, and venue of the written test were mentioned. My venue was in Regent Education & Research Foundation, Barrackpore, Kolkata. So please reach in time in your mentioned venue.

1. Written test:

Here two sections are there,

i) Email writing
ii) Aptitude

You have to write an email 1st within 10 minutes. TCS gives you the subject and the outline of the mail. you just put those words in your writing. try to write at least 100 words in proper English. Practice typing speed in your house with your PC. Please enters the outline words in your writing. After 10 minutes that window is closed.
Then another window opens for aptitudes. Here 30 questions are given and you get 80 minutes.
I suggest you 1st try to collect the concepts from R.S.Agarwal.

You have to do at least 25 questions correctly. I did 28 correctly. That is not very tough if you practice those. Permutation combination, probability, number systems, trains, steam and boat, velocity related questions are very important for TCS. 80 mins are enough for this. Don't tick with guess because negative marking was there. Cutoff marks probably 22-23 etc.

After 3 or 4 days they give you the congratulations mail if you selected. otherwise "sorry better luck next time" mail. Thank GOD it got the 1st one. Then they also give you the details of the further rounds and timings.

They take the interview at their Gitanjali park office in Rajarhat Newtown.

2. Technical interview:

In the provided date I reached that office. The buildings and systems are really nice. About 60-80 HRs were there and 30-33 cabins are also there. In each cabin there was 2-3 HRs.
When they call you enters the room and don't sit until they call you to sit.

My questions were.,

1. Tell me about yourself.

2. Why electrical engineering?

3. Why TCS?

4. Tell me about your project.

5. What is the special course you have done in 4 years? (as I mentioned I done PLC programming)

6. Do you know C, Java programming? ( I  know the only C)

7.  What is Array? Pointer? String?

8. Tell me what is circuit breaker? relay? (as I am from EE background)

9. Do you know guitar? ( I mentioned in CV)

10. What is your favorite subject and why?

I told all of these and then they told me go and sit outside if you selected I will call you. If you crossed this two round then you are too close to get this job.

3. Personal interview:

Here they check your result and other details.

After few days,  just before the day of Holi, I got the mail from them.

Congratulations to you. You are now a TCS'r. Please accept your offer letter.

That was the happiest day for me and my family because after 10 interviews in different companies finally I got placed with the no 1 IT company of India. thank you, TCS eagerly waiting for joining.

So, please read all these and I think you can also be a TCS'r.

Best of luck.

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