Problem of the day
Tip 1 :Practice at least 3-4 coding questions daily. Start from basics of Pointers and Array and progress to Algo and Data structure specific like DP and Graphs. Try to time your sessions into 15-20 mins.
Tip 2 : Have Patience don't rush into problem solving, understand the Algo/Data structure first and then look for common problems for a particular Algo/Data structure.
Tip 3 : Have Basic Knowledge about all CS subjects, no need for in depth. Just cover Top 100 interview questions for each subject and topics covered in GFG and CodeStudio.
Tip 1 : Have at least 3-4 Projects in your resume but on diverse bases, like 1 ML based, 1-2 DBMS 1 with Computer vision/ Frontend. Don't obsess over internships so much.
Tip 2 : Be well verse with projects you put in resume, and specify your particular job role if a team project.
Tip 3 : Mention some extra curricular activities or Interests and hobbies (Non Tech) , if you sync with interviewer then it could be beneficial.
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Was Shortlisted For this round with in total of 22 students, 7 in my profile.
It was Technical round with 30 mins of time allotted.
The interviewer was friendly, started with basic questions about me followed by project specific and then a puzzle.
Two trains A and B travelling at speed X and Y respectively. Now imagine when distance between them is D a bee that can fly at speed Z begins to fly from A to B and then B to A until both trains collide.
Calculate the distance traveled by the bee.
Would you encounter any time lag in image processing project (which i mentioned in my resume). If yes, how much and how do you plan on resol...
The interview was scheduled for 15 mins and 12 students were shortlisted for this round. 5 in my profile.
The interviewer didn't on his video whereas mine was, the interviewer was friendly and maintained a poker voice.
Asked Basic HR questions but crossed questioned several times.
What qualities a student must learn when transitioning from a Student to a cooperate employee?
Apart from technical learning what have you learnt from college experience?