Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Have relevant Projects (at least 2) and certifications aligned with the job profile.
Tip 2 : Know your Projects, internship work in detail, they
will want to know a lot about it.
Tip 3 : Do know about the basic oop concepts.
Tip 1 : Do provide web/github links for every certification/ project you have mentioned in your resume.
Tip 2 : Dont mention a ton of things on the resume, they will ask about everything that's mentioned.
This was the 1st Technical round. The interviewer greeted me and introduced himself, he had 16 years of experience in the firm and was working with the data and analytics team. At this point of time I was a bit nervous.
Then he asked me to introduce myself and we had a conversation about my how i was spending my time at home, hobbies, etc..
It helped me ease out.
Then he moved on to the questions.
Questions were asked on data science, statistics, ML algorithms, some basic oop concept and some python coding questions regarding various functions( map, lambda, etc).
He was very much interested in one of my projects on pattern recognition, asked me a few questions on it.
Then he asked if i had any questions for him.
I asked about the work the data and analytics team does in the firm.
He answered all of my queries in detail.
The interviewer was helpful and friendly.
It was basically a technical + HR round, the interviewer greeted me and asked where i was form and how am i dealing with the pandemic situation.
The ,I was asked to explain a project end to end, and then asked about my previous internship work, where i had played an important role.
I explained about the project in detail and the internship, he was satisfied with the answer.
He asked if i had any questions,so I asked him about the work culture at the firm.
He explained about the growth and training oppurtunities and the work culture precisely.
The interviewer was again very friendly and helpful.