Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Basics of technology you know and work proof ( can be projects or events you have conducted ) for that particular technology is must.
Tip 2 : Even if you are not good at a particular technology, try to be best at some other technology.
Tip 3 : Never show of your weakness. and never in technology. There must be some, be you good at a particular thing. so find it out and become expertise in that.
Tip 1 : Hide some interesting facts about you in the resume, So that you can impress the recruiter during the interview.
Tip 2 : Don't try online resumes, Instead you can make your own resume in MS Word to stand out from others. For me it took 2-3 hours to learn making resume in word and to complete it.
Its a series of MCQ's Tests having covered almost all the topics in Data Structures, programming language and some aptitude questions. and each MCQ test is a 5 minute test. We have to take at least 20 tests and parallelly we have to maintain 60% pass score in all the tests. Basics and Theoretical Knowledge of Data Structures is enough for this round. This is fast paced round.
Yes, here comes the technical Round. Like other casual Interviews, it started with my introduction. and then the Interviewer asked me about OOPs Concepts and for every concept he asked for an example code. it took around 20 mins for this round and next he started asking questions from my project ( in which I mentioned ML Project ). From this he has asked Like why do you choose this algorithm and why did you learned ML. After That he moved to the problem solving part. He asked 6 questions on Problem solving. this took me around 30 mins to solve. I'll mention those problems in the below section. And he started asking me about tree's implementation. I answered him the theoretical part for the questions asked. and furtherly he asked me 6-7 SQL queries which took me around 20mins I remember. And from there he started asking questions about CN and OS. As I don't know about them- I replied Like i didn't have much Knowledge In these Sessions but I have Learned Some new technologies that are trending in the market. So, the key point for every Interview is like- we need not to be know everything it is up to us to in which area we are having interest and finally you should be able to show that you are expert in that and one more thing- Any job role is not expecting to be good at only one area of tech- So you should be able to convince the Interviewer that you are capable of understanding, learning new tech and to be have good team working skills.
A program using most of the OOPs Concepts.
find the second highest salary in sql.
Write an SQL query to fetch all the Employees who are also managers from the EmployeeDetails table.
Write an SQL query to fetch only odd rows from the table.
In this round Company Director for India team and HR has joined.
I started with my Introduction and he has asked what I know about the Company. I started saying everything from google and Wikipedia and from their official site. As this is a off campus recruitment he started explaining about the company what they do and the job role I have applied for. He said that the job was very challenging one and we'll be closely dealing with clients and meeting their expectations is quite challenging for the role. and then he started asking some real HR questions. for which I have answered in a cool way
Can you describe your time management skills?
What’s your absenteeism record like?
Can I trust you with responsibilities?