Subhrojit’s experience of TCS

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Subhrojit Mahapatra – OEC, Bhubaneswar (2013 – 2017)
TCS.

Hello Everyone,

Before I start I would like to thank Anukampa Mam for being there for me every time whether it is 10am in the morning or 10pm in the night.

I am Subhrojit Mahapatra student of Computer Science and Engineering branch of Orissa Engineering College, Bhubaneswar. I appeared for TCS this month and cracked it. So willing to share my interview experience with you all.

1st Round- TECHNICAL+HR

Few questions are mentioned below:-

  1. Tell us something about yourself?

Introduced myself focusing on my personality, my strengths, my likes etc.

  1. Your favorite subjects?

Then from here few basic conceptual questions:-

  1. Explain us the OOPs concept?
  2. What is a pointer?
  3. What is stack?
  4. Explain your project?

       After that they started asking question regarding my project such as:-

          -: Type of SQL statement?

-: What are DML and DDL?

-: What are the Drop and Delete command?

-: Difference between update and alter command?

-: Then they asked me to write some basic SQL queries like create insert, update.

Then after this no more technical questions were asked HR questions were asked after this.

They started asking me about my hobbies and my achievements.

I mentioned my hobby as mobile photography so some questions were like

-: What is Megapixel?

-: Use of sensor in camera?

And then few questions were asked about my achievements in cricket.

2nd Round – Managerial Interview

  1. Tell me about yourself?
  2. Explain me about your project?

          Some questions were asked regarding my project:

                   -: What is the use of this project?

                   -: Limitations of your project?

  1. Why do you want join TCS?
  2. Your results graph downwards. Why?
  3. Why should I hire you instead of a student of mechanical branch?
  4. Are you comfortable in working during night shifts?
  5. Do you know about the TCS bond?

That was the end of my Managerial round.

Note:

-: Whatever answer you are giving there please be ready with an example to support it.

-: Be confident and loud.

-: Stick to your point if you are confident about it and please don’t bluff in front the   interviewer.

JBC

I joined CITZEN for JBC course which made me more confident in C and C++. After the completion of course I was able to tackle complicated programming questions. All the topics form C, C++ and Database were well covered and get individual attention when required. At last I can say that only because of JBC course I was confident in my technical round.

Wish you all the best !

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