Altimetrik India Interview Experience | On-Campus

Round 1:It consists of a Hackerrank powered test on their internal assessment platform called playground.

It had 30-40 Question

The questions consisted of tricky OOPs MCQ questions, Java Api (mostly collections).

It had 2 coding questions.

Both the coding questions were based on string manipulation.

The selection rate was low as only 20/380 was able to clear the test.

Round 2:(Techincal Interview 1)

After the basic introduction, I was asked to dry run my code from round 1. I was asked to write the same code in a more optimized way. Questions on College project were asked. Mysql joins and subqueries questions were as must to do before going for the interview.

Round 3:(Technical Interview 2)

The interviewer looked at my explanations from the last round and decided not to ask any further technical questions rather he checked my problem-solving skills by giving me a puzzle. As I came up with a solution he seemed disappointed and asked me to come up with a different solution. This happened 2-3 times. Finally, he asked me to leave. I thought I would never make it to the next round but to my surprise that was also a test of patience. I was called up for the next round.

Round 4:(HR Round)

This round was really nice as it was to know what were my aspirations and future goals and if I have that vision to grow.

Summary

The overall experience was a positive one, It took 5-6 hours to complete so I would suggest you to say hydrated during that time because you will be asked a lot of things.

So stay hydrated and be Prepared!!!

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Altimetrik India Interview Experience | On-Campus

Altimetrik India Interview Experience | On-Campus

Round 1:It consists of a Hackerrank powered test on their internal assessment platform called playground.

It had 30-40 Question

The questions consisted of tricky OOPs MCQ questions, Java Api (mostly collections).

It had 2 coding questions.

Both the coding questions were based on string manipulation.

The selection rate was low as only 20/380 was able to clear the test.

Round 2:(Techincal Interview 1)

After the basic introduction, I was asked to dry run my code from round 1. I was asked to write the same code in a more optimized way. Questions on College project were asked. Mysql joins and subqueries questions were as must to do before going for the interview.

Round 3:(Technical Interview 2)

The interviewer looked at my explanations from the last round and decided not to ask any further technical questions rather he checked my problem-solving skills by giving me a puzzle. As I came up with a solution he seemed disappointed and asked me to come up with a different solution. This happened 2-3 times. Finally, he asked me to leave. I thought I would never make it to the next round but to my surprise that was also a test of patience. I was called up for the next round.

Round 4:(HR Round)

This round was really nice as it was to know what were my aspirations and future goals and if I have that vision to grow.

Summary

The overall experience was a positive one, It took 5-6 hours to complete so I would suggest you to say hydrated during that time because you will be asked a lot of things.

So stay hydrated and be Prepared!!!

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TCS Digital Interview Experience (Off-Campus)

I had first given TCS NQT after which students with top scores were given a chance to give another assessment – TCS Digital. The suspense here was after getting a call for an interview we didn’t know whether we were being considered for Digital or Ninja profile.

Round 1: It was a technical round lasted about 40 mins. Two Interviewers. Though most of the interviewers ask questions about DSA and related subjects to CSE to freshers that were not the case with me.

The first question they asked me was:

” Tell us about yourself…”:

Though a very general question but the answer to it is very tricky. Your answer decides what they gonna ask next. The ball is in your court here. If you give an interesting and thoughtful answer they’ll ask you about the same things you mentioned.

My Answer: “Basic Introduction. I’m a Backend Developer and I’ve worked on some live projects… I work on Python | Django, GIT, AWS…” Now for a fresher its a good start. They started to ask me questions related to the work I’ve done, the technologies I’ve used, how I started, and my future goals…

For some, such a twist might not be beneficial but I consider myself fortunate enough to have this.

Round 2: It was an HR Round. This was really one of the best discussions I’ve ever had. We talked about almost everything from the Abrogation of Article 372 by Modi Government to Paytm’s business model to Blockchains and Cryptocurrency and so on… Well, it would have been easy if you read a lot and have knowledge of all these things…

Earlier I thought that it would be easy to crack the interview based on the given JD and my technical knowledge. But it really got tricky in the non-technical discussion when we were sharing insights and opinions on the ongoing hot topics. I never thought that such subject knowledge can be sometimes useful even when you are being interviewed for a full technical profile. Really an amazing and enriching experience throughout the process.

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Microsoft Interview Experience | On-Campus for Internship

Round 1: Online Coding Test

I was in my T.Y. B.Tech. (Sem 5), when Microsoft visited our campus for offering 2 months summer internship.

First Round was online coding test on CoCubes Platform. Difficulty level of questions were easy to medium. 3 Coding questions were to be solved. Questions Were

  1. A Number plate problem where only odd and even number plate vehicles can go out on a weekday. Given numbers of vehicle and schedule of odd/even on weekday, find maximum number of vehicles that can go out on a day.
  2. A problem based on BFS of Graph. Similar to Rotten Oranges Problem.
  3. Given a Singly Linked List, Reverse the linked list in place using O(1) space.

Some Other Questions were

  1. Reverse a Linked List in groups of size K
  2. Some traversal problem based on BST and graph.

Nearly 25 students passed this round.

Round 2: On Paper Coding Round

Groups were formed and each group was assigned a mentor. We were supposed to explain the approach of problems given to our mentor and code on paper. Questions Were :

  1. Check if a given Binary tree is a BST without using extra space.
  2. Finding second maximum element of the array.
  3. Find Depth of BST.

I found inorder traversal of the tree for first problem but no extra space was to be used. I reduced the space complexity to O(1) but time complexity was O(n). I found depth of BST using Recursion.

Nearly 15 students were selected for Face to Face interviews. I was one of them.

Round 3: Face to Face Interview – 1

Questions asked during my interview were :

  1. Write on paper code for Binary Search
  2. Implement a Queue data structure using Stack data structure.
  3. Write a code to heapify a array. It was basically a Heap Data Structure problem but I messed up here.
  4. Asked about Dynamic Programming and a question to find longest palindromic subsequence.
  5. ACID property of DBMS.

Only 5 people cleared this round and I was rejected after this.

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Micro Focus Interview Experience (On-Campus)

**Round 1: **Round 1 for “Micro Focus” on-campus placement process was Online Aptitude Test. The Aptitude Test was conducted on HackerEarth platform. There were 50 Multiple choice questions (MCQs) and 1 coding question. MCQs included Quantitative Aptitude, Data Structures, Operating System (OS), Algorithms. Coding question asked was on Polymorphism in Java.

**Round 2: **Students who passed the Online Aptitude test were allowed for Round 2. Round 2 was a Technical Interview. Following are the questions asked in the Technical Interview (Interview questions were based on skills and interests mentioned in Resume):-

  1. Explain the projects mentioned in Resume.
  2. What is HashMap?
  3. Given a list of strings, how will you implement your own HashMap to store them? Write the code for the same. (Interviewer expected to write a hash function).
  4. Explain difference between Merge Sort and Quick Sort. Which sorting algorithm can be used in given different scenarios with reason.
  5. How can you fasten (less than O(n)) searching process for an integer stored in a sorted array. Write the code for the same. (Expected Binary Search algorithm).
  6. What are priority queues? How to implement it?
  7. What are constructors in Java?
  8. What is method overloading? Grilled on Oops concepts of Java with different examples.
  9. Write an SQL query to find the second highest salary from the employee table [empId, salary].

**Round 3: **Students cleared Technical Round were allowed for Round 3. Round 3 was the Managerial + HR round. Following were the questions asked in this round:-

  1. Tell about yourself and your family background.
  2. What is the importance of Data Structures?
  3. What are you passionate about?
  4. How can you solve problems faced by Mumbaikars during Monsoon due to heavy rains?
  5. Explain about your Internship. Various questions related to the internship work.
  6. What are your plans for the further studies?
  7. Tell 1 good and 1 bad thing about working in a Team.
  8. How do you select a company to work for?
  9. What do you do in your free time?
  10. Draw the architecture of the OS.
  11. What is Kernel?

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Mindtree Interview Experience | On-Campus Drive

It was an On-campus drive. There were a total of 3 rounds in the selection process.

Round 1: Round 1 is a written test. A written test was conducted on the Amcat Portal. There were a total of 4 Sections Aptitude, Logical, English, and the Coding Section. One can reach the coding section when he/she clears the Aptitude, Reasoning & English section. The coding section consists of 2 programming questions. The level of written test is moderate. You’ve to perform well in all those three sections then only you can reach up to the last section which is the coding section.

Round 2: I was selected for the 2nd round. This round was a technical round. The level of this round was also moderate. They asked questions to me from the Projects, C, DBMS, and SQL, two programming questions, and some branch-related questions. Questions are listed below which they had asked:-

Q1) Tell me about yourself.

Q2) What does deadlock mean?

Q3) Tell me about one deadlock algorithm.

Q4) What is subnet?

Q5) Tell me about your projects.

Q6) Write a program to convert the lower character into upper character and upper character into lower character without           using inbuilt functions.

Q7) Write a program to write all prime numbers in the given range.

Q8) What is a foreign key?

Q9) What is joins?

Q10) Explain all the types of joins.

Q11) Do you want to ask any question from me?

After all these questions he becomes very much impressed with me because I had answered all the questions very clearly. The result was declared after 30 minutes, and I was got selected for the next round.

**Round 3: **This round was HR round and it was also the last round. This was a general round but they are also looking for good communication skills. The level of this round is moderate. They asked questions like:-

Q1) Tell me about yourself.

Q2) They have asked one puzzle to me.

Q3) Tell me something interesting about you.

Q4) Do you have an offer letter from any other company and what was the package?

Q5) Why do you want to join Mindtree?

Q6) Are you willing to work outside the M.P.?

Q7) Do you have any problem with the bond?

The result of the HR round was declared after a week and I got selected for Mindtree.

Anyone can clear these rounds if he/she is preparing well. I just hope everyone reading this article will take help from this and do the preparation and crack it.

All the best.

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