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Consultant - Software Developer Position Interview

Anonymous Employee in New Delhi (India)
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Hitachi Consulting (New Delhi (India)) in July 2014.

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I attended an off-campus drive recently. As it was an off-campus so the response was equally good, and the company officials were also overwhelmed with such response. The procedure included a written test, group discussion then a couple of personal interviews. Round-1 Written Round It included two tests - technical and verbal. Each test consisted of 50 questions, with 50 minutes for the verbal and 1 hour for the technical test. The questions in verbal were very easy - like What is the full form of CV? yes, you read it correct! and etc.. The level of technical test was good. It included questions from C, C++, Java, DBMS, Cloud Computing, Big Data. Out of 800 applicants - only 70 people were shortlisted for the next round. Round-2 Group Discussion Well 7 groups were formed of 10 candidates each and there were given a topic on the spot for discussion for about 12-15 minutes. The topic was - How India is the land of great job opportunities as compared to various other countries? The other topic, I could hear was - Salman Khan vs ShahRukh Khan. A tip - before attending the drive, kindly acquire a piece of information about the number of offers the company is wishing to make. This will help you a lot in your preparation, as you'll prepare for clearing the rounds even if the cut-off goes high. All the best!

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  • Output related questions from C, C++, and Java. The query building questions from DBMS.   Answer Question
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