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Technology Analyst Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Infosys in June 2015.
Applied through infy career portal. 1 Round Technical.2.Manager Review 3.HR Discussion.Total time of the interview process 1 hour.While Negotiate salary HR will predefined the max package binary option take it or drop it.
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Technology Analyst InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Infosys in January 2015.
I had referred by an employee.I had taken interview on 31/01/2015.Whole interview process is taken 3 hours for Peoplesoft Consultant position.For me Technical round is cleared.HR interview is completed in 5 minutes .I think now a days,Based their Experience Infy is offering employees salaries as Fixed,Not wish to offer salaries ,but not based on their previous salary.HR not even Know my current salary at the time of taken my HR Discussion.she just saw one sheet may be their company standard salary sheet and offer me salary which is quiet less that what i am earning now.I was in shock by hearing this From HR.HR told me that for this years of experience you get this much salary only like that, I told my salary is more than what you are offering now,thn she she checked my current salary sheet which i filled earlier and not wish to negotiate based on my current salary.then i quit the interview. I still think only one question how The HR thinks employees can join in the company by offering salaries which is quiet less that what they are earning??i don;t know whether this is only mine experience or others also faces such a experience.If HR think they cannot offer what expect salary of job seekers, why to waste their time and opportunity by calling then for the interview.
Technology Analyst InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Infosys (Hyderābād (India)) in September 2014.
well and good a 1.5 hr test consisting apti verbal and reasoning pretty much simple english will be your deciding factor a couple of long passages requires patience,and then they shortlist the candidates i was selected in campus inteerviews,interview goes from basic tell me about yourself to varous carners of your resume be prepared and beware what u write in your resume
- becoz i wasnt gud at my academics he asked me to convince that i would perform welll during training Answer Question
Technology Analyst InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Infosys (Ānand (India)) in September 2014.
three rounds aptitude followed by technichal and hr interview easy interview tough aptitude smooth sailing if communication skills are polished and have decent bachelor's score twenty six twenty eight and thirty.
- find the odd one out from a b c & d Answer Question
Technology Analyst InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Infosys (Delhi (India)) in January 2012.
Easy. mostly easy questions were asked. Mainly Hr round. Behavioral questions. Technicals aspects were not asked that much.very tiring and takes a lot of time, HR does not have proper co-ordination among them leading to multiple rounds of process. very tiring and takes a lot of time HR does not have proper co-ordination among them leading to multiple rounds of process.
- Why do you want to join Answer Question
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