I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Ricoh Innovations in April 2013.
Interview Details – Applied through campus placement office.
they short listed few people and given us a coding test where we have to develop two working programs one based on computer graphics and other a simple java swing application.
then they filtered some people and took two rounds of Skype interviews. One is Technical Interview and other is simple HR interview
Interview Question – Count the number of people wearing red coloured tie in this city at this moment of time Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Work environment is good and mentors were friendly.
being a startup very less perks are attached with the position
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Ricoh Innovations.
Interview Details – Some longstanding relationships help. You may find semiconductor executive bias
Interview Question – How could you possibly have achieved all you've done? (unexpected, but delightful to respond to) Answer Question
Interviewed at Ricoh Innovations
Interview Details – First Interview on resume. As suggested for all interviews be thorough with the academic projects that you have done and each and every point in your resume. This was followed by a technical interviews and finally a HR interview.
Interview Question – none Answer Question
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