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Top Product Based Companies In India

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Introduction 

Alright, let’s face it, everyone in today’s world doing a bachelor's in technology ultimately wants to get into the top product-based companies in India. But let’s first understand what exactly a product based company is and what it does. 

So a product-based company is a company that makes a product and makes use of the IT department to improvise on that product and ultimately make it more sellable. There is a common misconception that the products made by product-based companies are something related to software.

Let me tell you that this is not true. They can design and develop any product that they think is the need of today’s market, focusing on the needs of their customers. 

Let’s have a look at some of the Top Product Based Companies In India and what is the recruitment process that they follow. 

What are Product Based Companies?

Product-based companies launch technical products in the market after critically analyzing the need of the time. They keep revising or updating their products with time to match their competitors. Some of the common products launched by the best product-based companies in India are:- Google Chrome Browser, Edge, Microsoft PowerPoint, Amazon Shopping App, Microsoft Word, Uber App, etc. These products are designed and developed end to end by a group of individuals, and later a whole business comes out of these. Some of the common examples of product-based companies are Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Adobe, Intel, etc.

Why Join Product Based Companies?

there are several reasons to join product-based companies, some of them are:

  • product-based companies have a great work culture and the compensation is way higher than any other non-technical jobs.
     
  • opportunity to work on a product or feature that could be used by millions of people around the globe is exciting and helps to boost self-belief.
     
  • Product-based companies allow flexible work timings and also work-from-home options, which provide comfort and convenience.
     
  • The demand for products is growing so there are more chances of employment of people with the right skills such as backend, frontend or machine learning. 
     
  • the learning curve at product-based companies is high due to the talented people working alongside them, making it an excellent environment to work around.
     
  • Besides in-hand Pay, they also provide some good options like health-related reimbursement, gym facility, sponsored trips, and free meals at some product-based like Google.

List of Top Product Based Companies In India

We have put together a list of Top 20 product-based companies which might be your dream job.

1. Amazon 

Amazon.com, Inc. is an American multinational technology company that focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence. If you have seen any interview of any of the top leaders of Amazon, you must know by now that Amazon is a customer-centric company. Their top priority has always been to design and develop products that best serve their customers and their requirements.

Products: Amazon Fresh, Amazon Prime, Amazon Alexa, AWS, Echo, Kindle, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Amazon Studios, Music, Amazon drive and of course their most recent venture Amazon Academy.

Recruitment Process [Amazon]

The recruitment process followed by Amazon is almost the same whether you are a new graduate or have some years of experience. Amazon follows the below-mentioned steps before rolling out its offer letters! 

  1. First of all, they send out a date and time for an online test. The online test consists of 4 different sections including completion/fixing of code, solving two coding questions ( completely based on Data structures and Algorithms ), an aptitude round and a round on their leadership principles.
  2. After you have cleared the online test, there are 4-5 rounds of technical interviews that focus mostly on coding questions based on DSA but sometimes also consist of questions from other computer science subjects such as OOPS, Database management systems and Operating systems.
  3. There might be another round of HR interviews ( this round is not compulsory ) and you have to remember that each round is a knock out round.

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2. Adobe 

Adobe is an American multinational computer software company. Incorporated in Delaware and headquartered in San Jose, California, it has historically specialised in software for the creation and publication of a wide range of content, including graphics, photography, illustration, animation, multimedia/video, motion pictures and print. The company has expanded into digital marketing management software. Adobe has millions of users worldwide. 

Products: Photoshop image editing software, Adobe Illustrator vector-based illustration software, Adobe Acrobat Reader and the Portable Document Format (PDF), plus a host of tools primarily for audio-visual content creation, editing and publishing.

Recruitment Process [Adobe]

Adobe also conducts around five rounds of interviews for MTS (Member of Technical Staff ) role in their organisation. Adobe follows the below-mentioned steps before rolling out their offer letters! 

  1. First of all, they also conduct an online technical (consisting of coding and output-based questions) plus an aptitude test on Hackerrank. The whole round is around 60-75 min long.
  2. After you have cleared the online test, there are 4-5 rounds of technical interviews that focus mostly on coding questions based on DSA but sometimes also consist of questions from other computer science subjects such as OOPS, Database management systems, Operating systems and Memory management.
  3. The technical questions from Adobe are generally from trees, graphs, DP, recursion and puzzles section. All these questions are designed to test your problem-solving and converting solutions to code abilities.
  4. Adobe definitely has an HR round which consists of questions such as why Adobe and regarding your own shortcomings, strengths and how you can prove to be an asset to Adobe.

3. Uber

It is a well-known American company which provides mobility as a service. It provides its consumer to choose their ride options and the basis of their travel location and distance gives the fare in advance. As of 2021, uber is stated to be present across 72 countries and its headquarter is located in san francisco. Uber has an subsidiary known as Uber eats which delivers food in no time. Uber charges per booking commission and that's their model of income.

Recruitment Process [Uber]

Uber conducts 4 to 5 rounds to select software engineers in their organisation :

  1. First, there will be an online assessment based on data structures and algorithms which are 2-3 and mostly medium to hard level.
  2. After OA, there will be a technical Round aimed to check problem-solving skills and 2-3 DSA questions are asked.
  3. Then, there will be another technical round with some senior-level engineers which will grind on DSA, projects discussion and computer science fundamentals.
  4. now comes the design round where high-level designs are asked from freshers and ask to utilize object-oriented programming to solve some cases.
  5. Last, there will be a managerial round, where you will be asked about previous experiences and behavioural questions.

4. Google/Alphabet 

There is no need for any introduction to this company. You use their products in your daily life. Even this page that you have opened up, I am pretty sure is through their Chrome browser! 

Google LLC is an American multinational technology company that specialises in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, a search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware.

Products: Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides), Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive (cloud storage), instant messaging and Google Duo, Google Chat, and Google Meet(video chat), Google Translate,Google Maps, Google Earth, YouTube.

Recruitment Process [Google]

Google has an altogether different hiring process than most of companies, so come let’s explore it together! 

  1. The first thing is they have an application process. The application process begins with building a presentable resume or CV. It depicts the candidate’s professionalism and relevance to the position. Fill the resume with your relevant skills, experiences, and projects done.
  2. The first round of interviews they have once your application is shortlisted is a telephonic round. This is a short interview round that lasts about 45 min and is used to determine if the candidate is fit to move forward.
  3. After this, they have at least four technical rounds purely based on data structures and algorithms where each round is again a knock out round and you have to answer every question to move forward.
  4. Once you are cleared with technical rounds ( give yourself applause, this is no small feat !!), they have a googliness round after which they go through an internal review process where it is decided if you are fit to be part of any of their teams.

5. Microsoft 

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology corporation that produces computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Its best-known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, the Microsoft Office suite, and the Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers.

Products:Their flagship products include Microsoft Office, XBox, Azure Devops, Bing, Microsoft 365, MS-DOS, Windows mobile, windows XP, windows 98 and then on to windows 11, Mojang studios and their own web services.

Recruitment Process [Microsoft]

Microsoft conducts 4 to 5 rounds to select the freshers as SDE in their organisation :

  1. The CoCube or the online coding round consists of 5 to six competitive coding questions with a time limit running between 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. The questions level varies consisting of questions from domains of Arrays, String, Single Linked List, Double Linked List and other parts of DSA.
  2. Once you have cleared the online round, there are about 405 onsite rounds of technical interviews. The questions are generally asked from the projects, internships or training mentioned in the CV. Following this one should be well known with the course-related subjects like Data Structure, Algorithms, Operating System, Networking and Database Management.
  3. The last round is the technical cum HR round, where you are mostly asked about your projects, why you want to join Microsoft, about your strengths, your weaknesses and where do you see yourself in about 5-10 years.

6. Flipkart

Flipkart is an Indian e-commerce company, headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, and incorporated in Singapore as a private limited company. The company initially focused on online book sales before expanding into other product categories such as consumer electronics, fashion, home essentials, groceries, and lifestyle products.

Products:The main products of this company are the Flipkart e-commerce website, PhonePe (UPI based mobile payments app).

Recruitment Process [Flipkart]

Flipkart conducts around four rounds to select freshers as SDE in their organisation. The following rounds are conducted:

  1. Online round: The first round consists of three coding questions in which two questions are easy-medium level and one is of hard difficulty level. The round is 60 min long and most of the questions are based on arrays, recursion, trees, graphs or DP.
  2. Once you clear the online round, there are generally two rounds of technical interviews that include questions on puzzles, job scheduling algorithms apart from data structures and algorithms based coding problems.
  3. The last and final round of interviews is the HR round, which is completely non-technical and includes questions on your family background, your strengths, skills and your shortcomings.

7. Apple

Apple Inc. is a multinational technology company founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. It is headquartered in Cupertino, California, and designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services. The company is known for its innovative design and marketing, and is one of the largest technology companies in the world.

Products: iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod, AirPods, iPod Touch, Apple Card, Apple Pay, iCloud, iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, iWork, iLife, Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro and Xcode.

Recruitment Process [Apple]

  1. A Recruiter may contact you either through email or linkedin after resume screening. A prescreening interview could be conducted, which lasts around 15-30 minutes.
  2. A phone interview is conducted in which recruiter asks general questions about your experience and skills.
  3. A Technical interview is also conducted. The coding problems may be algorithmic or systems-oriented.The number of questions in this stage can vary depending on the complexity of the problems, but it may range from 1-3 questions.
  4. A Interview to check your knowledge for particular domain is also conducted.
  5. The behavioral interviews is conducted, which may focus on your experience, teamwork, and communication skills.

8. Hewlett-Packard (HP)

HP (Hewlett-Packard) is an American multinational technology company that was founded in 1939. It is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, and offers a wide range of hardware, software, and services to both consumers and businesses. Its products include personal computers, printers, 3D printing solutions, software, and cloud-based services. HP is one of the largest technology companies in the world and has been recognized for its commitment to sustainability and social responsibility.

Products: Personal Computers (Desktops, Laptops, Convertibles, Workstations, All-in-One PCs), Printers (Inkjet, LaserJet, PageWide,, DesignJet, Smart Tank, Sprocket), 3D Printing Solutions (Jet Fusion 500/300 series, Metal Jet), Displays (Monitors, Accessories), Accessories (Keyboards, Mice, Adapters, Cases), Point of Sale Solutions (Retail systems, POS accessories), Gaming PCs and, Accessories (Gaming Desktops, Laptops, Monitors, Keyboards, Mice), Networking Products (Routers, Switches, Wireless access points), Storage Solutions (Internal and External Hard Drives, USB drives), Software (Operating systems, Anti-virus, Productivity software), Cloud-Based Services (Printing services, Device management, Security, Analytics), Managed Print Services (Print infrastructure and workflow management) and Education Solutions (Laptops, Tablets, Printers, Digital Learning Solutions).

Recruitment Process [HP]

HP generally conducts 4-5 rounds in the technical field to recruit freshers: 

  1. Written Round: It consists of Aptitude and Reasoning, Verbal Ability and Technical test. 
  2. There are usually 2-3 technical rounds which cover topics such as Computer Networks, Data Base Management System, Operating System, OOP and Data Structers and Algorithms.
  3. At last there is HR/ Managerial round, in which recruiter ask general questions on the topic.

9. Facebook

Facebook is a social networking company founded in 2004 and based in Menlo Park, California. Its flagship product is the Facebook social networking platform, which allows users to connect with friends and family, share content, and join groups and communities. Facebook also owns other popular social media platforms, including Instagram and WhatsApp. In addition to social media, Facebook is also involved in virtual reality, advertising, and other technology ventures. 

Products: Facebook (social networking platform), Instagram (photo and video sharing platform), WhatsApp (instant messaging and voice-over-IP service), Messenger (instant messaging platform), Oculus (virtual reality platform), Workplace (enterprise communication and collaboration platform), Portal (smart display and video calling device), Spark AR Studio (augmented reality creation platform), PyTorch (open source machine learning framework), Onavo (mobile data analytics and virtual private network app), CrowdTangle (social media analytics tool), GIPHY (online database and search engine for animated GIFs) and Novi (digital wallet for the Diem cryptocurrency).

Recruitment Process [Facebook]

  1. Resume screening: Facebook recruiters review resumes and cover letters to identify potential candidates who meet the minimum requirements.
  2. Phone screening: It includes 2 rounds which may last 20 minutes and 45 minutes, respectively.
  3. Virtual Interview / On-site Interview: Facebook typically conducts virtual interviews using video conferencing. These interviews may be conducted by a recruiter, a hiring manager, or a panel of interviewers. There are usually 4-5 rounds of interviews to check you coding skills, system design knowledge, culture-fit etc.
  4. Finally, an HR round consisting of general questions on the subject.

10. Cisco

Cisco is an American multinational company which specializes in selling and manufacturing networking hardware, telecommunications equipment, and other high-tech products. It is based out of San Jose and is the largest networking company in the world. Cisco started operations in India in 1995 and has seven sales offices in India across different regions.The Cisco Global Development Center is in Bangalore, is the largest outside the USA.

Recruitment Process [Cisco]

Cisco generally conducts 3-4 rounds in the technical field to recruit freshers: 

  1. MCQ round is the first one where general aptitude and digital electronics with some computer science questions are asked.
  2. There are technical rounds which cover topics such as Computer Networks, Data Base Management Systems, Operating Systems, OOP and Data structures and Algorithms.
  3. At last, there will be 1-2 HR/ Managerial round, in which the recruiter ask general questions to check whether you are a cultural fit or not.

11. Salesforce

Salesforce is a cloud-based software company founded in 1999 and based in San Francisco, California. It offers a customer relationship management (CRM) platform that helps businesses manage their customer data, track sales leads, automate marketing, and provide customer service. The platform can be accessed via a web browser or mobile app, and it offers a range of applications and tools that can be customized to meet specific business needs. Salesforce is also known for its philanthropy and commitment to corporate social responsibility, and it has been recognized as one of the world's most innovative companies.

Products: Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Commerce Cloud, Community Cloud, Analytics Cloud, App Cloud, MuleSoft, Tableau, and Work.com.

Recruitment Process [Salesforce]

  1. Online assessment: Salesforce may require candidates to complete a technical assessment to evaluate their skills and knowledge, including numerical reasoning, inductive logical thinking, verbal reasoning assessments, Coding questions on Data Structures and Algorithms, personality questionnaires, and much more besides.
  2. Two Technical Round consists of medium-hard-level coding questions. A detailed discussion on projects candidates have made.
  3. A Design round to test the candidate’s design knowledge. Low-level Design and High-level Design questions are asked in depth.
  4. Finally, an HR round consisting of general questions on the subject.

12. Amdocs

Amdocs is an American Multinational company founded in 1988 and based in Chesterfield, Missouri. It offers software and services for communications, media and financial services providers and digital enterprises. It also provides business support systems (BSS), operational support systems (OSS), open network solutions, Internet of Things, big data analytics and entertainment and media solutions. It is one of the biggest public companies and In 2012, Amdocs was ranked 12th in the list of the World’s 100 Best Outsourcing Providers across all industries.

Recruitment Process [Amdocs]

Amdocs generally conducts 3-4 rounds for freshers' SDE positions:

  1. MCQ round is the first one where general aptitude and SQL questions with some computer science questions are asked.
  2. There are technical rounds which cover topics such as Computer Networks, Data Base Management Systems, Operating Systems, OOP and Data structures and Algorithms.
  3. At last, there will be 1-2 HR/ Managerial round, in which the recruiter ask general questions to check whether you are a cultural fit or not

13. Intel

Intel is an American multinational technology company that was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. It is a leading manufacturer of microprocessors, chipsets, and other computer components. Intel's products are used in a wide range of applications, including personal computers, servers, mobile devices, and internet of things (IoT) devices. The company is also involved in research and development of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles. Intel has been recognized for its corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives.

Products: Intel products include processors, chipsets, memory, Ethernet products, FPGA, wireless solutions, autonomous driving platforms, IoT products, software, and AI technologies.

Recruitment Process [Intel]

Intel conducts 6-7 rounds of interviews for fresh candidates in multiple technical roles:

  1. An Online assessment consists of general aptitude and verbal ability. The test consists of Aptitude test, mathematical reasoning, logical reasoning and verbal ability.
  2. A Series of technical rounds assessing candidates' knowledge in Data Structures and Algorithms, DBMS, Operating System, Computer Networking, OOPs and C language.
  3. Intel also asks candidates to solve puzzles to assess candidate problem solving skills.

14. McAfee

We have already been knowing this company due to its antivirus . It is the leading computer security company out there based out of San Jose, USA. McAfee has built award-winning antivirus for PC, android, ios and other devices. McAfee protects the device from the latest threats and provides VPNs. 

Recruitment Process [McAfee]

McAfee conducts 3-4 rounds of interviews for fresh candidates in multiple technical roles:

  1. An Online assessment consists of MCQ questions on general aptitude and verbal ability. The test consists of Aptitude tests, mathematical reasoning, logical reasoning and verbal ability.
  2. After clearing the above round, a series of technical rounds are conducted where Data Structures and algorithms, DBMS, Operating System, Computer Networking, and OOPs questions are asked.
  3. Finally, an HR round consisting of general questions on the subject.

15. Informatica

Informatica is a software development company based out of Redwood City, California. Amit Walia is the CEO and it is founded in 1993. It offers core products such as Enterprise Cloud Data Management and Data Integration.

Recruitment Process [Informatica]

Informatica conducts 3-4 rounds of interviews for fresh candidates in multiple technical roles:

  1. An Online assessment consists of general aptitude and verbal ability. The test consists of Aptitude tests, mathematical reasoning, logical reasoning and verbal ability.
  2. There will be a group discussion with 3-4 people, and the recruiter will provide you with some topic and checks your speaking and communication skills through that.
  3. After clearing the above rounds, a technical round is conducted where Data Structures and Algorithm, DBMS, Operating System, Computer Networking, OOPs questions are asked.
  4. Finally, an HR round consisting of general questions on the subject.

16. Paypal

Paypal is a Gateway software company, leading in the market and is headquartered is situated in the USA. Paypal provides easy & safe way to pay for goods & shopping Using Paypal users can transact in India and worldwide.

Recruitment Process [Paypal]

Paypal generally conducts 4 rounds in the technical field to recruit freshers: 

  1. MCQ round is the first one where general aptitude and digital electronics with some computer science questions are asked.
  2. There are 2 technical rounds which cover topics such as Computer Networks, Data Base Management Systems, Operating Systems, OOP and Data structures and Algorithms.
  3. At last, there will be HR round, in which the recruiter asks general questions to check whether you are a cultural fit or not.

17. VMware

VMware is a leading MNC in cloud computing and virtualization software solutions. It is based out of Palo Alto, California and founded in 1988. VMware was the first company to successfully virtualize the x86 architecture. Its emphasis on strongly on innovation and customer satisfaction and today VMware desktop software can run in any machine from windows to Linux. 

Recruitment Process [VMware]

VMware generally conducts 2-3 tech rounds +1 HR round to hire for Member of technical staff:

  1. first tech round will comprise of general java questions, SQL related and some web technologies related like CRUD API structure and all.
  2. In the second technical rounds, again question form various computer science and core subjects are asked along with some Data structures and Algorithms problems. This is the same case with round three, in case it occurs.
  3. At last, there will be HR round, in which the recruiter ask general questions to check whether you are a cultural fit or not.

18. Intuit

Intuit is an American software company that specializes financial software. Its headquarter is located in Mountain View, California. The company has eight offices around the world and it sells financial, accounting and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants and individuals. It is been treated as one of the best workplaces.

Recruitment Process [Intuit]

Intuit conducts 3-5 rounds to select freshers as Assistant System Engineer

  1. Written Round: It consists of technical questions and 3 coding questions of medium-hard level.
  2. There are usually 2-3 technical rounds which revolve mostly around Data structures and Algorithms and some puzzles..
  3. At last there is HR/ Managerial round, in which the recruiter asks general questions on the topic.

19. Oracle

Orcale is an American multinational computer technology cooperation founded in 1977 and headquartered at California, it is the world 3 ranked software company by revenue and market capitalization. It builds tools like CRM software, supply chain management software and database development ERP-type software. It also won the channel camps award for best CRM software.

Recruitment Process [Oracle]

Oracle conducts 3-4 rounds to select freshers for different roles.

  1. Online Test It consists of technical questions and logical reasoning, aptitude.
  2. There are usually 2-3 technical rounds which cover topics such as core topics of computer science and  Data structures and Algorithms. Some puzzles can also be asked.
  3. At last there is HR/ Managerial round, in which recruiter asks general questions on the topic.

20. BMC

BMC Software, Inc. is an American multinational information technology services and consulting, and Enterprise Software company. It is started in Houston in 1980 and its current CEO is Ayman Syed. BMC specializes in building software which enables autonomous digital enterprise and developing multiple functional products that include automation, service management, DevOps, workflow orchestration, AIOps, and security.

Recruitment Process [BMC]

BMC conducts 3-5 rounds of interviews for fresh candidates in multiple technical roles:

  1. An Online assessment consists of general aptitude and verbal ability. The test consists of Aptitude tests, mathematical reasoning, logical reasoning and verbal ability.
  2. A Series of technical rounds assessing candidates' knowledge in Data Structures and Algorithms, DBMS, Operating Systems, Computer Networking, OOPs and C language.
  3. BMC also asks candidates to solve puzzles to assess candidate problem-solving skills.

 

How to Apply?

Here are the steps for applying to BMC:

  • Visit MCGM-BMC's official webpage.
     
  • Select "Recruitment" from the menu.
     
  • Go to the "BMC Recruitment 2023" link and click it.
     
  • Click the "Apply Now" button next to the job posting that interests you.
     
  • You will be taken to a different page where you can register for an account or sign in to an existing one.
     
  • Complete the application form and upload the necessary files.
     
  • Select "Submit" from the menu.

Product Based Company vs Service Based Company

Service-based companies provide services to clients, while product-based companies create and sell their products. When it comes to hiring and training processes, these two types of companies differ significantly. Service-based companies often hire in large numbers and allocate employees to different projects depending on the project's needs. The company usually provides comprehensive training that lasts for 3-6 months before assigning an employee to a project. However, if there are no immediate projects available, employees may have to wait until they are assigned to one. 

In contrast, product-based companies tend to hire only when they need employees. Therefore, you may see only a few open positions at a time in product-based companies. The working culture in product based is more strict with deadlines while in service-based it relaxing sometimes or sometimes it is strict usually depending on the project assigned. Finally, the compensation is quite higher for product-based due to the skills and experience required being more specialized and valuable. Also, The experience gathered in working product-based is more valuable than service-based.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are product-based companies good?

Yes, definitely, if you are in the IT sector, then working in any of the top product-based companies in India is an achievement in itself. Product-based companies are extraordinary spots for career growth. Watching one’s own ideas getting executed creates a sense of achievement.

Is Capgemini a product based company?

Capgemini is a service-based company, not a product-based one. It specializes in IT consulting, technology services, and outsourcing solutions rather than manufacturing and selling physical products.

What is an example of a product based business?

A classic example of a product-based business is "Ford Motor Company." Ford designs, manufactures, and sells automobiles and trucks to consumers and businesses worldwide, generating revenue from the sale of physical vehicles.

Is it difficult to get into product based companies?

Yes, it is difficult to get into them because of the high bar of interviews and high competition. However relevant skills, experience and good networks could make it much easier to get hired by such a product based company. 

Conclusion

There is a lot to learn once you enter these Top Product Based Companies In India. Not only that, you get to explore a lot, watch how your ideas are transformed into reality in front of your eyes and how they have a positive impact on customers.

Believe me, watching people use your products or impacting the lives of a large number of people at once is very motivating. It inspires you to do much more than just work for money. It drives you to make your best possible efforts to make the lives of your customers, and your people better than before. 

So start preparing for your interviews right away to make your way to these top product-based companies in India. There is no shortcut in preparation, so keep learning and keep growing!

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