Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Try to cover basic knowledge of graphs and DP, as they can be the favorite topic of the company during coding and interview rounds.
Tip 2 : Be well prepared with your CV, because you are going to be asked everything from your CV itself, so be truthful with your CV as well.
Tip 3 : Try to gain a good knowledge of OOPS, and DBMS, as it shows your development skills to the company
Tip 1 : Your Resume should have at least 2-3 good projects and you should have proper knowledge of all the projects you will be putting into it.
Tip 2 : Your Resume should be of 1 page, and should be well maintained with sections like Education, Skills, Positions Of Responsibility (If Any), Languages, Skills, Projects, Achievements, Certifications.
There were MCQs related to Aptitude, OS, DBMS, Coding Outputs, and Networks. And There were also 2 Coding Questions in the last.
It was a coding round. We have to solve the 3 coding questions in 120 minutes.
This round was only to test my technical knowledge of various Core CSE Subjects, and along with this, projects from my CV discussed as well.
How Passwords have been stored in the DBMS?
This round was basically to judge my Soft Skills like how I speak, and how well are my communication skills.
How quickly do you adapt to new technology?
What software packages are you familiar with?
Tip 1 : If the interviewer has told it like tell me about yourself 'your name'. Then never ever start with your name.
Tip 2 : Always be specific about yourself.
Tip 3 : Try to impress the interviewer in less than 30 seconds.