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Updated Jan 29, 2014
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I applied through college or university - interviewed at Deutsche Bank in November 2010.

Interview Details – I was a campus recruite... First was an aptitude test, followed by group communcation test, followed by technical round and then HR round.. After clearing first two rounds, technical round was based on college syllabus. Recruiter asked me what were the papers i had in my curriculum. And then he selected one and asked me about microprocessor 8085, controllers 8051, Gates and some networking. HR round was simple. Just basic questions, how many people in your family, what are they doing, tell me about yourself, which field you want your hubby to be...


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The process took a day - interviewed at Deutsche Bank in August 2008.

Interview Details – Ask the standard java technical question, hashmap, tree, and ask about the C++ question, vtable - how is the memory allocated for variable in functions, stack vs heap. Then ask for the business knowlege question

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  • what does the C++ vtable use for, explain the difference way of varible are be allocated, heap vs stack   Answer Question
  • typical OO java question, interface, polymorphism   Answer Question

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