- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at MothersonSumi INfotech and Designs full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Healthy environment to work In. Helping seniors. Work life balance. Lunch facility.
Variable pay takes lots of time for processing.
Advice to Management
Please try to jmplement more beneficial policies for employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at MothersonSumi INfotech and Designs (Greater Noida (India)) in November 2013.
Initial Communications include selecting the desired profiles from Job Portal Sites and Consultants. Shortlisting from them and having a Telephonic conversation. Then your interview date and slot will be fixed. Interview locations are either in Noida or Pune. Mostly questions on Automotive Plastics and Exterior/Interior Trims will be asked. Tooling and mould knowledge would be an added advantage. There will be an aptitude test which is consisting of basic arithmatic and general knowledge. Then there will be a CAD test on Catia V5. Then an Manager level person will take an interview alongwith the DGM. Next will be with the HR and the VP.
The office environment is pretty good with a bunch of friendly and young people. People work in shifts - Morning, General and Afternoon. The only thing is inproper management. The HR has no rights and the top management will neglect basic issues like washrooms, morning breakfast, canteens, payments. There is the CAD Dept, Prototyping Dept. And a CAE Dept.
Try negotiating for the salary and the company will offer you a decent pay.
- Plastic defects, tooling directions, gap and flushness, mounting features 1 Answer
Initially they won't accept your expected CTC but tell them that you are relocating to Noida and your experience and they will finally give you.
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