Tip 1 : Practice a lot of programming problems. Participate in competitive programming contests.
Tip 2 : Make sure you have your computer science fundamentals very clear and maintain a decent CGPA.
Tip 3 : Do couple of real problem solving projects.
Tip 1 : Maintain a precise and self-speaking one-page resume.
Tip 2 : Avoid adding non-technical achievements (eg. 1st position in dancing, singing competition, etc.)
This was the only technical round held for shortlisted students. Students were divided in multiple batches and each batch was interviewed by a panel of one Technical and one HR interviewer. This round was scheduled on Samsung's internal video conferencing platform which was accessible through windows machine only. This round was based on data structures, algorithms and computer science subject's questions. My interview was scheduled at 2:00pm. Interviewers were very friendly and overall environment was positive.
What are semaphores?
What is memory management unit?
What is a deadlock?
What are the necessary conditions for a deadlock to occur?
What is demand paging?
What is the need of virtual memory?
What did you like most about the job description?
Describe the workplace where you’ll be most happy and productive.
Tell about what our company
Tip 1 : Answer honesty and show your passion in joining the organisation.
Tip 2 : Read briefly about company descriptions from their sites.
Tip 3 : Tell them, what you actually have in your mind.