Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Practice atleast 20-30 Questions for each topic in DSA
Tip 2 : Try to make some projects which solve real world problems.
Tip 3 : Try to host your project, so that interviewer can try the project hands on.
Tip 1 : Never put anything which you don't know on your resume
Tip 2 : Keep your resume up to the point. Don't overfill it with things like your full address OR your interests. It is not required.
It was a 30 minutes MCQ round where we needed to answer 30 MCQ's. The timing for the test was around 4 p.m
MCQ's were mostly from Data Structures, DBMS, OS, OOPS, Aptitude and I suppose if someone has basic understanding of these topics will be able to answer most of the MCQ's, the only constraint would be 30 minutes.
It was a Coding round with 2 programming questions which need to solved in 60 minutes in any of the languages (C/C++/Java/Python)
It was in the morning at around 10 a.m conducted on Skype.
A HR Round in which the interviewer discussed about me and some things about my resume (Achievements, Projects etc.)
Tell me about yourself.
Are you willing to relocate?
What are you most proud of?
What has been your greatest failure?
Tip 1 : Just tell them about your city, your family, education and all
Tip 2 : Don't wrap up the question in a few words. Tell them about yourself in detail