Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Practice coding questions as much as you can.
Tip 2 : Your communication skills must be good.
Tip 1 : Mention some good projects on your resume.
Tip 2 : Don't write any false information on your resume.
This round was conducted on the HackerEarth platform. It had 2 sections and candidates were given a time of 1 hour 30 minutes.
Programming MCQs — 18 MCQs (each of 2 marks)
Questions were a little tricky. it tested upon one’s programming fundamentals. It had C/C++ output questions, pseudocode questions, Operating systems, and SQL queries.
Coding — 2 ( one contains 75 marks and the other contains 100 marks )
Our scores of the first 2 sections weren’t revealed. My MCQs went really well. I solved 2 coding questions in the coding section. Only 15 students got selected for the interview round, and I was one of them.
This round was scheduled for 1 hour and the panel had 1 interviewer. Being a virtual interview, the first challenge that I faced was that the interviewer was not audible. I suggest you not panic in such a situation and use the chatbox feature (or contact HR if need be) to figure out something that works for you and the panel. We later connected over voice call (over the phone) with our videos ON (over a laptop) and continued with the interview.
The interview was very calm and helpful. I was able to solve all questions and I explained different approaches to solve the questions. Once he was convinced of my solution, he asked me to write the code on my own IDE.
This was a technical + HR round. First, he asked me to introduce myself. This round was also based on your knowledge of DSA. I was asked 2 coding questions. Then he asked a couple of questions from OS and DBMS which were pretty easy. At last, we ended the interview on a good note. Then he asked me questions about myself.
Why I want to join OYO rooms.
What are my hobbies?
Goals in the next five years.