Tip 1: Prepare all Topics from Coding Ninjas course of Competitive Programming.
Tip 2: Do Competitive Programming regularly.
Tip 1: Keep your resume up to date and mention 2-3 good-level projects that will give the interviewer a good impression.
Tip 2: Don't put false things on the resume.
First round was Cognitive and Technical assessment round, started at around 10:30 am. It consisted of 90 questions to be solved in 90 minutes. One coding question was also there. There were six sections : Numerical Ability, English Ability, Logical Reasoning, Pseudocode, Common applications and MS Office and Basics of Networking.
Now this was an elimination round and to pass this round we had to clear the sectional cutoff. So make sure to attempt all the sections. No negative marking so BINGO! Also it was a well proctored so avoid any unfair means.
My interview started at around 11 am and I was being interviewed by two interviewers. They both were very experienced (more than 10 years) and cheerful.
1. It's up to you to guide them into your stories, i.e., say those things that you want them to ask, and they will.
2. They just want to see how well you can present yourself.
3. If you mention some hobbies to them, make sure you mean it. For instance, I wrote reading, so they asked me about which kind of books I read, how many have I read, when was the last time I read a book, or why I r...