I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Scope international in January 2014.
Interview Details – Initial Hiring round (I felt) was unprofessional. But, the interview with the Operation round was much better and professional. Follow-up interaction was again sloppy. I was asked to visit the place by the HR, where the interaction was not necessary / realistic.
Reason for Declining – Offer was made on an email and had only break-up of salary package, there was no mention of the company name and the HR gave a miss to terms and conditions that would tag to a job.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Scope international.
Interview Details – Easy, straightforward.
Interview Question – It's mostly on your capabilities Answer Question
Negotiation Details – offer was ready and acceptable by the time i got to the office.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Scope international in December 2013.
Interview Details – Round 1 is the online test (Aptitude, English, Coding). All multiple choice questions with 4 options. 100 students in each batch of online test, out of those 100 around 20-25 were chosen to appear in round 2
round 2 was a GD round, 12 students in a room with 2 moderators. Exact 15minutes for a debate. First 5 minutes were about put your point and in next 10 minutes they were trying to make those students speak who were silent for most of the parts. Around 5students from each GD group were chosen.
Round 3 was a tech and HR interview. 10students off those 100 in each batch were able to make it to interviews.
Interview Question – 1) Take 5 minutes, tell in detail everything about your background (study background and family background).
2) You are a 7 pointer, why should we choose you if we have had interviews with 8 & 9 pointers as well Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Scope international in November 2011.
Interview Details – Interview was conducted as on-campus placement.
Had 3 rounds:
Aptitude (English , Quantitative , Programming) - Intermediate
Group discussion - Credit cards - Easy
TR / HR rounds - Lengthy and covers whole resume
Java , Database , Unix are their primary fields - all with intermediate knowledge.
Interview Question – Recruiter will start with resume and end with it.
Questions will be from your skill set and mostly on the projects worked on.
They don't confuse you and straight forward interview , so candidate can be at ease.
At last they want to know will you be able to survive in Chennai ... and should be answered with YES. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was a fresher so negotiation was not there and it wouldn't be there for any one.
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Scope international in April 2013.
Interview Details – Received interview call less than a week upon application. Initially, a computerized test is given to test Mathematical, PC and decision making skills. Once passed, verbal interview with Operations Manager takes place.It went well. A delightful experience, where I was asked to describe myself, my likes and dislikes in life, previous job experiences and future plans.
Interview Question – Expected salary. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Know the position salary range. I made that mistake of not checking and was given the lowest range of salary as my 'expected' was low since I was new to Customer Service line and my previous jobs were completely different. Learned after a month that I should have stated more as fresh grads with no work experience were earning much more than myself who has years of working experience.
I applied in-person and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Scope international in June 2010.
Interview Details – The focus was more on process, than people. The interview was about for 10 minutes. I guess they wanted to fill in the job vacancy immediately. I am not sure how it is now since I was interviewed in 2010.
Interview Question – This was the most easiest interview I had attended. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiated on Salary. They were not ready to pay me, but later they agreed to my request.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Scope international in April 2011.
Interview Details – 1st round - telephonic
2nd round - F2F
Interview Question – In interview they drag me in to depth of my technology which is most difficult for a 1.6+ years of experience , but in frank manner i have said what i know and what don't and they have started to question me a lot on the area which i worked on and i have replied satisfactory answers to them . Answer Question
Negotiation Details – well my variable deduction is very high , i got less salary compared to my previous company , before joining i try to negotiate in terms of my take home but they HR didn't show any interest on it . If some one willing to join this company please try to negotiate your CTC in terms of your monthly take home , other wise you'll be in loss.
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Scope international in August 2013.
Interview Details – Attended the Walk-in for Senior Product Analyst on Aug. There are two rounds of technical.
1st round – usual java, servlet and Jsp questions
2nd round – Project specific, explain about the module, that I have worked.
After two weeks, I have received mail, to send the required documents for HR discussion. I went to venue in person. HR Interview was formal and for salary negotiation and others.
HR explained me, I am going to work for content Management technology which involves few Java technology related work.
Interview goes for more than two weeks, sometimes you feel that you were not selected.
Interview Question – Major Core technical questions. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Scope international in September 2013.
Interview Details – Got a call the day after applying for the job from the headhunter to do a skills match.He arranged a face to face interview the next day with the hiring manager.interview held in a open hotel lobby
Interview Question – Questions were very specific IT process orientated. Hiring manager's expectation is have this new hire fix all the department's issues within 30 days from starting Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Scope international in August 2012.
Interview Details – I was hired through an agency in the middle. Initially, I didn't know it's SCB.
I like answering questions and I accepted to get interviewed as "Test Engineer"
First interview was on phone. As such normal questions but I was happy someone asking me sensible questions. It took about more than an hour and they confirmed they're looking at me for Senior Engineer position. Well good.
Later I got call from agency that they liked me and would interview me for Team Lead position.
Second interview. I could hear there were multiple people on call (although only 2 people introduced themselves)
Sensible questions. I liked almost all questions on planning and strategy. Once again it went a bit serious and took over an hour (yes, on phone) - and questions were getting more serious. The scope of questions included Test Strategy, overall SDLC and various models. Since I belong to Test Automation and Performance Testing, numerous questions were pertaining to AT/PT.
Interview Question – I don't remember any difficult question. But I can tell there was no BS. All questions were sensible and logical. I remember stress was on Test Strategy. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I assessed my cost of living and what I want to save. I put my assessment in front of them. I think the negotiation did work but my agency in the middle got the best benefits. You can say I almost got 95% extra out of which major slice went to recruiting agency. At the end, I still got 26% raise in initial offer. I seriously doubt this may work for everyone though.
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