Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Focus on basic concepts while studying algorithms and data structures. On the other hand, there is some amount of mugging required in other topics like operating systems and OOPS.
Tip 2 : Your resume should be catchy and impressive. The recruiters will not be looking at your resume for more than 30-40 seconds, so try to mention some numbers (ranks in some coding events, GPA) which can impress the recruiters.
Tip 3 : For the last few days before your interviews, it is advised to read some previous interview experiences of the company for which you are about the give the interview.
Tip 1 : Try to mention some numbers on your resume like ranks in various coding events, or engineering entrance exams because this makes it somewhat catchy.
Tip 2 : Try to know everything you've written on your resume. So, don't try to put false things as it can go against you in the interview.
It started in the evening from around 6 pm and the total duration was 90 minutes. There were 3 coding questions of medium difficulty level. I think from a set of 10-12 questions, each student was given 3 questions randomly from that set. So it was somewhat luck dependent too if you get easy or difficult questions. Tab switching was not allowed during the test, also it was proctored through webcam.
It was held on the Microsoft teams platform. It started at 5 pm in the evening and lasted till around 5:50 pm. It started with me giving a general introduction about what I had done till now in my college. After that, he started with the coding problems.
The pattern was similar to the previous round. I started with my general introduction after which he proceeded to problem-solving. Also, there was some discussion about the projects I had done previously and also about my previous internship experience.
All three interview rounds were conducted on the same day so by the time this round started, it was already around 11:30 pm. And it lasted a bit longer than previous rounds about 70 minutes or so. It started with a basic introduction and the interview also asked about my interests and how I spend my time at college. There was a discussion about my previous intern experience as well. At this point, I thought it was just a formality round and it would not involve and problem-solving but then he asked me to code for a problem.