Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Do not rush into things. Learning takes time. Focus should be on the concepts and not just on leaving topics half-prepared. Devote 70% of both time and effort to DSA. I solved a total of around 500 questions on sites like GFG and Leetcode.
Tip 2 : Projects play an important role too, do no ignore them. Try to get your hands dirty with a little bit of every field i.e., frontend, backend, and database.
Tip 1 : Do not lie on a resume. Everything written on your resume must be known by you in and out.
Tip 2 : Try to make a single-page resume. Highlight skills, projects, and work experience more than CGPA. Ensure proper spacing and font to maintain professionalism.
The test was in the morning from 10:00 to 12:00. It was a two-round test. There was a 45-minute MCQ-based Technical Assessment Round. Only those candidates who cleared this round could sit in the next round, a 45-minute coding test. There was a sectional cutoff that needed to be cleared in order to proceed to the coding round.
This was basically a communication test
Checking the basic communtication skills and confidence.
Tip 1 : Strong communication is must
Tip 2 : good confidence is required
This was a Technical + HR interview. It was in the afternoon around 12 pm. As the role was Data Engineer intern, the interviewer wanted to know whether or not I had built some projects related to this field. Most of the interview went by him asking questions based on my projects. First I was asked to explain about a project then a lot of follow-up questions were asked.
Why do you want this post and how would you be an asset to the team?
Which companies are the competitors of us?