TECH MAHINDRA PATTERN & INTERVIEW - 08 FEB 2008 - BANGALORE
There were three main rounds..
3. H R
It had six sections: (60 mins)
1. Logical -verbal 35 questions
2. Logical-non-verbal 10 questions
3. Numerical Aptitude 25 questions
4. English 1 10 questions
5. English 2 10 questions
6. English 3 10 questions .
Total of 100 questions.
Logical verbal: very easy questions...
A b c d ..... series......
Data representation problems...etc
Logical non verbal: easy I don't remember much but problems were on RELATIONS (father mother... etc)
Numerical aptitude: all kinds of problems.....R S Agarwal is the best reference but not so difficult. the level was medium i.e., not very difficult but involved more calculations..
Eng 1: fill up the blanks, very easy questions
Eng 2: very difficult words were given and you had to guess their meanings. Some antonyms and synonyms...
Eng 3: Two to three passages were given and we had to answer the questions following them.
THE QUESTION PAPER WAS ONLINE; EACH STUDENT HAD DIFFERENT SET OF QUESTIONS. (IT WAS INDIVIDUALISTIC)
Based on your previous semester subjects. I was asked about operating sys, data structs, data communicn, system software, unix....
Os: different scheduling algos (fcfs, sjf,..) which of these is more efficient ? Deadlocks-detection and prevention types. Representation of deadlocks using wait for graph.
Ds: typedef and linked list......
Dc: osi layers and where are MAC protocols situated( in which layer?)
Ss: linkers, loaders, compilers, how C pgm is compiled? Explain different steps involved in compiling the c pgm.
Unix: how unix works. You have to explain about background and foreground processes. Explain few commands you know.
Be thorough with your concepts be confident. Syntax doesn't matter much. Your confidence and learnability, how you present yourself matters.
Was very easy based on my resume questions were asked. About my achievements and interests.
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