Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Coding Problems are asked from DSA, so a good practice of standard problems is a must. Revisit these problems before the interview to ace and crack the interview.
Tip 2 : To tackle the conceptual questions, you need to have thorough knowledge about the concepts, so to prepare for OS and DBMS, read one standard book.
Tip 3 : Have proper and clear knowledge about your project. Basic but tricky questions are asked based on the internship experience and the projects you have done.
Tip 1 : The best way to ace an interview is to take command of your interview in your hands. And this is done by having a balanced resume. Projects give direction to the interview and increase the probability of selection. So add at least 2 projects.
Tip 2 : Urban Company seeks team players and not just good coders. So add your achievements outside the academics to get shortlisted.
The test was conducted in the evening from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. Because of the covid situation, all the students attempted the test from their homes. But it was a webcam-based test to avoid any kind of cheating.
There were 3 coding problems to be done in 90 minutes.
After resume based shortlisting, 70 candidates were selected to appear for the test out of which 30 were shortlisted for interviews.
This round started at 9 am and went till 4 pm.
Out of 70 students that appeared in online coding test, 30 were shortlisted for the first round (this round) of interviews.
In this round, everyone was asked one moderate level coding question. The interviewer provided the link to an IDE, where I wrote my code.
The interview started with the introduction being followed by 1 coding problem. In the end, the interviewer asked me if I wanted to ask any questions. To which I asked him my feedback so that I can improve my wear areas.
Of the 30 candidates, 17 were selected for the final interview round.
This was a technical + HR round. Started in the evening at 4:30 pm, this round went till 9:30 pm.
17 students were shortlisted for this final round of interview.
This interview was also virtual and involved both technical and HR-related questions. The interview started with an introduction and then questions based on my resume were asked.
Out of 17 candidates, 8 candidates got a full-time offer from Urban Company.
Create a system for the management of parking. Vehicle type includes Bus, Car, Bikes and Cycles.
100 people are standing in a row numbered from 1 - 100. First-person is given a gun. First-person shoots the second person and passes the gun to the third person. The cycle continues and 99th person shoots 100th person and gives the gun back to 1st person. This continues and at last one person is left. Tell which person lives in the end.
In the end, some puzzling questions were asked based on my 6 months internship experience at CDAC. Questions were:
What type of projects you did at CDAC? What was the problem that your project solved?
Since my project was based on chatbots, I was asked following follow up questions:
-- What are the different chatbots you have used in real-life? Why are they used?
-- What is yo...