Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Genpact (Gurgaon, Haryana (India)).
Very slow and frustrating process. HR took around 30 days to complete the process.
Total three rounds of interview. First one was telephonic technical, second technical+manager and third was HR round. HR was very very rude from the beginning of the process. Got selected for the position but they were paying less that my current CTC so declined the offer.
- Asked average technical questions. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Genpact.
First two sessions were conducted in our college.
1.JAM(just a minute) session
2.Written Test(verbal,logical,quant) with sectional cut off.
and then after a month people who got shortlisted, got a mail saying to attend for the pool drive.
People from 6 different colleges attended this pool drive.
3.JAM session again
4.Voice Assesment( A telephonic interview) includes
a.any questions of their choice like Tell me about yourself or hometown or they might give us a topic to speak.
b.Passage reading which is quite easy.
The results were declared then and there itself.People who got selected got their offer letters the same day. :) GOOD LUCK
- 1.Tell me about yourself,hometown. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Genpact (Bareilly (India)) in February 2015.
There was Group Discussion round followed by Telephonic interview. Final round was aptitude test.I qualified the Group discussion round , then the telephonic round was for checking my presentation and problem solving.Finally the aptitude test for general aptitude check.
- Select Android or Windows and Justify your selection? Answer Question
had personal round of interview then aptitude, then voice assessment, then typing test with 30 minimum & one error excluded! said that i cleared all rounds. got an offer letter two days later.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Genpact.
I was interviewed through a placement agency. I interviewed twice,first for OTC and then for R2R. Had to decline OTC because profile didn't excite me. Only thing you need in interviewing with Genpact is English. While interviewing for OTC,the only question asked was "Tell me about yourself" 3 times,no technical question. However during second interview, technical questions were asked. Since my process was of costing,questions relating to standard costing were asked like what are variances,how are they analysed,what are the different types of variances. The written test was a mere formality and anyone with decent knowledge of accounting will be able to handle them with ease. However the process was tough for simple graduates as I was the only one selected from 20 people interviewed that day.
- How does a provisioning entry affect balance sheet and profit/loss account. Answer Question
It was a college placement. 1st round - written test 2nd round - gd and 3rd round - interview. Gd topic was hark work versus smart work. Interview questions were why genpact? what are the assumptions of t test?
- It was not difficult if you are well prepared. they are interested in hiring more and more students. Answer Question
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I applied through a staffing agency – interviewed at Genpact.
first round will be personel introduction round .Basically they check your communication in this round.
in the process of checking your communication you will asked to speak about of there choice for example like child labour, memorable dayetc
- why you want to join bpo? Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Genpact (New Delhi (India)) in January 2015.
first there was a gd and then a aptitude test in aptitude test there were questions like the cat questions those who cleared both the round got selected the aptitude question are like those related to cat entrance a general view will get you through the process.
- There was a topic in gd i.e. do women have security in delhi? Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Genpact in January 2015.
There were 3 rounds which included:
1) Ispeak 2) CAT 3)Finance exam (As i was interviewing for a finance portfolio)
I-Speak included talking to someone on call who was sitting at Genpact office and was faking english accent.
NOTE: Revise your accounts and improve your communication, Pronunciation and grammatical skills to get a better pay.
- CAT exam was difficult. Genpact anyway take anyone. They pay enough for you to buy peanuts. 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
Macdonald is paying better to cleaner's.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Genpact.
walkin; resume given by recruiting company. This was for a Replacement since an
attrition occured, replacing the senior attrited role with a junior person & promoting a person in the team is typically the route G takes. They usually conduct a Job Analysis in order to tailor the attrited position to what is currently required
- nothing difficult; overview of myself Answer Question
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