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TCS Interview Experience - Hyderabad, 7th July 2019

Posted By : Vinay Vardhan Rating : +166, -9
Hi friends, this is Vinay from Andhra Pradesh.

Firstly I don't know whether this experience is enough to say but I just want to share my interview process because it is mainly for the people who are going to attend for the first time and who want to know what kind of questions they really ask because myself also did the same thing searching every for a good experience person.

I attended the online test in Vishakhapatnam,

And I got the results within 15 days saying you are selected for interview and trust me guys if you cleared the online test with very good knowledge then the interview is just a walk in the park it's as easy as it was but if you cleared the online test with a blind eye then it is necessary to go through the basics once.

After 7 days of that mail I attended to the interview in Hyderabad there are around 150 members from the BSC, BCA and B.Tech branches.

The process begins at 10:30 by giving the ID cards to move around the TCS campus. After that we wait in a hall for the interview my panel was 1 but I am the last in that panel.

There were 4 panels and in those two panels were asked by 3 people i.e., TR, MR, HR all in only one interview but remaining separately. I was interviewed separately.

In the technical round, remember 1 thing they only ask you what you mentioned in the resume. They 1st ask me about my project. After that they ask me some definitions like "What is array, linked list, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, Stack, Queue. And the differences between them and how they are useful.


1234 they asked me to write a program on this pattern. I begin the process correctly but not completely they ask me to explain the program and I explained what to do to get that program. After that they ask me "any questions" and I asked can I write another program they said "seems like you prepare that program really well so this is enough" they said and that's how it ended.

After 5 minutes I got the result that I need to wait for HR round. This round is just for formality. The person who interviewed HR is very friendly he just ask me some technical questions as well but just for fun he says. I don't know why he asked but he also asked some definitions like Data models, DBMS, OS, Application software, normalization, object, why they should hire me and they confirm me about shifts, job role, place etc.

And finally this how it's completed. Just make sure what you mentioned in your resume and prepare just basis in those areas and try to speak in confidentially even though you are saying false or you have no idea about it just say it confidentially. After three weeks I got the mail saying that I am successfully completed the interview process. So now I am waiting for the call letter.

I know I have written a lot but if you read all the above then thank you for your valuable time for my experience. After you gone through the interview and if you find any of my experience is useful then just share your experiences also because like how it is useful to you it maybe useful to others.

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