Tech Mahindra Interview Experience - Vijayawada 22-09-2016
Yesterday Tech Mahindra visited our college for campus recruitment for the 2017 Batch (B.Tech).
Eligible branches were CSE, ECE, CIVIL, EIE, IT, EEE AND MECHANICAL.
Firstly there was a pre-placement talk for about 30 minutes, basically, they were giving details about their companies and revenue and at last also told about the exam pattern.
Every individual who is going to appear for Tech-M must have eligibility criteria as:
--- 10th> = 60%.
--- 12th> = 70%.
--- B.Tech > = 60%, permitted only with one backlog.
Exam pattern is as follows:
1) Written round which consists of 75 questions to be answered in 50 minutes.
Written is divided into 7 modules:
1. General English 1 [nearly 10 questions].
2. General English 2 [nearly 10 questions].
3. Quantitative [nearly 11 questions].
4. Reading Comprehension [nearly 07 questions].
5. Reasoning paragraph [nearly 10 questions].
6. Verbal Reasoning [nearly 21 questions].
7. Non-verbal Reasoning [nearly 5 questions] [only figures analogies].
Do not get tense seeing the syllabus above because questions asked were very basic. You just need to have a lot of practice.
Friends, please do not leave any questions as there is no negative marking, the only thing you need to manage is TIME. You must solve within less than 50 min, make sure to solve all questions.
The sectional cutoff is there so try to attempt at least 60 percent or 50 percent of paper , you will clear written test easily.
Syllabus may be like:
- For quant: [Numbers, Time and work, Percentages, Profit & loss, Averages, Time and Distance]
- For verbal and reasoning: [ Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Prepositions, Articles, Sentence correction, Paragraphs [Easy], and figure based questions and analogies].
So this info is enough for clearing Written test.
After completing this exam you will have a message showing "Congratulations you done" or if you are not selected "Sorry! Thank you for attending".
2) The second round is story writing based on a given image which will be done immediately after who cleared written on the computer. You will be given an image on the computer and you supposed to write a story in 15 minutes of time.
This round is the MASS elimination round, so be careful and practice well before going to exam be careful with " Grammer, Punctuation, Capital letters" and mainly the image must be sync to the story what you had written,
"REMEMBER...THIS CORRECTION IS DONE MANUALLY..NOT BY COMPUTER" So be careful with the heading which must recognize the picture.
3) Technical round for those who clear story writing.
Friends, who cleared written test, can easily crack TR.
As I am from CSE, I had questions on my project, summer internship and he asked to write any code which I have learned in internship.
YOU'RE done that's it.
It depends on., you may be from CSE/IT or from any other branch., they just ask you from basics, they just don't want the excellent programmers.
4) HR ROUND:
Those who clear tech will proceed for HR round.
This is damn easy, they just ask to tell about yourself, family background, Goal, Why Tech-M, and some GK questions like [Finance minister, external affairs, so be thorough with that while moving to HR, these questions may/may not be asked to you, it depends on your resume]
And have Good communication Skills. That's it YOU'RE SELECTED. They ask you to sign on papers and they ask whether there is any problem in relocation, if your answer is yes, they will surely make you sign on relocation agreement, so think twice before answering.
That's it, friends.
In our campus, nearly 860 students appeared for written nearly 150 got selected to TR. Appx- 30 students eliminated from TR.
Nearly 10-20 eliminated from HR. And FINALLY 92 are selected for TECH-MAHINDRA and for god's grace I am the one.
SO Guys. Practice and Practice. The day is Yours. Be happy. ALL THE BEST.
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