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I have been working at Dr. Reddy's as an intern (less than an year)Pros
Excellent training, employee friendly, focused, passionateCons
There are no con or drawbacksPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Dr. Reddy's.Interview Details
I was contacted through a recruiter for the position. Apparently they had brought in multiple candidates for interviews and had not chosen any and one case a candidate had declined and offer so the process felt rushed in the beginning but an extremely long process.
I had a phone interview with the recruiter and with HR. A week or 2 later I had a phone interview with the man who would be my boss and he had a very strong accent and was very difficult to understand. I had an interview in person about a month later with 4 people. All 4 men had very strong accents and were difficult to understand and all had technical questions prepared for me.
I was requested to return on site another month later to meet with HR and my boss's boss. The meeting lasted only about an hour and no technical questions were asked. (I'm not sure why this was not combined with the previous meeting)
I was provided an offer 3-4 weeks later. Start date was set up another 3 weeks after the acceptance of the offer.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsI told my recruiter what was my minimum and my "nice to have" number. He got my "nice to have number" so I accepted the offer.
- Are you married? Do you have children? View Answer
- What test can be performed on a solid dose drug product to differentiate the product from the RLD? View Answer
- What SINGLE process can be performed prior to a manufacturing process to gauge if the process will function properly during manufacturing? View Answer
- Describe how QbD can be integrated into the drug development process? View Answer
The vacation and other benefits were not negotiable.Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
One of India's top drug makers, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories develops and manufactures branded and unbranded generic drugs and bulk pharmaceutical ingredients. Its stable of products includes ulcer medicines (branded product Omez is a leading seller), antibiotics, antidepressants (generic version of Eli Lilly's Prozac), pain relievers, diabetes treatments, and cardiovascular drugs. Dr. Reddy's Laboratories also makes generic biotech products. Its custom pharmaceutical services unit provides contract discovery, development, and manufacturing services to other drug makers. The...