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  2. Final Year Project அறிவுத்திறம்
  3. Overview • The Interviewer will ask expected and unexpected questions at the time of interview round. For any question, the aspirant has to answer confidently. As the part of the Interview Process, the officials will conduct both the Technical and HR Interview rounds for the applicants. The aspirants have to clear both rounds to secure the job. • In the Technical round, the candidate’s technical knowledge will test by asking various Technical Interview Questions on the core subjects. The aspirants who clear the technical level will allow for the HR Rounds. • In HR Round, the aspirant’s attitude and personal questions will be asked. If the interviewee will impress the interviewer with the good answers then they will be selected for the applied position.
  4. Typical Overview • Written Round • Technical Interview • HR Interview • Before 2019 IT Companies like infosys used to not ask Coding or C/OOPS questions from candidates on Non CS-IT branches. • But now since they don’t discriminate. They will ask Coding and C/OOPS Technical Questions from Non CS-IT branches also. You’re applying for a IT services company, they will obviously expect you to know coding. • Syllabus for Interview • C/OOPS/ C++ or Java (all branches) • Coding Questions (all branches) • OS/CN/Software Engineering/DBMS (CS/IT branches) • Project specific theory from Resume(all Branches)
  5. Technical Round • Online Test • Final Year Project • Basic concept technical questions
  6. Typical Online Test • Quantitative Aptitude • Logical Reasoning • Verbal Ability • Coding • Essay Writing
  7. Final Year Project • Why did you choose this area ? • What were challenges working on this project ? • What did you accomplish ? • How did you define your objectives for this project ? • Why do you like this subject ?
  8. Project Questions 1. Tell me what you learned from your project? 2. Why did you choose this project? 3. What were the objectives of the project? 4. What would happen if ________? 5. What are the limitations of your project? 6. If you were to start your project again, is there anything you would like to change? 7. What were the best features of your project? 8. Is there another possible explanation for your results? 9. What further research would you like to have conducted, and why? 10. How could it help people? 1l. Can it be implemented in real-time? 12. Working of all individual components. 13. What is a project? 14. Name five signs that indicate your project may fail. 15. Tell us about a project in which you participated and your role in that project. 16. Tell us about any creative idea or innovative solution you brought to a project. 17. What types of tools are involved in your project? 18. What is the team size of your project?
  9. Technical Interview (Example IT Co) • What is a pointer? • What is the purpose of the main() function? • What are the pros and cons of indexing in DBMS? • What are the advantages of DBMS? • What are the advantages of Distributed Processing? • What is different between main memory and secondary memory?
  10. HR Questions • Broad questions to test your confidence and your ability to communicate
  11. Tell me about yourself? • This is the first and foremost common deceptive question that will be asked in any HR Interview. The question would be easy but the answer that you say plays a major role and acts as a foundation for the entire interview. While answering this question, the points that have to be in mind are, you must make sure that you cover your educational qualification, work experience, career objectives, achievements, and family background. If the interviewer is still expecting you to talk, then you can go with your likes, dislikes, what kind of a person you are, etc., Note that the further questions which are to be asked will be based on the answer you give to the first question.
  12. Why do you want to work for our company? • When this question is asked make sure that you answer in favor of the company. While answering this question, you can talk about the policies of the company, suitable skills which you have that suit the company, your future with the company, employee retention, and the facilities that are provided to the employees.
  13. What are your Strengths? • While talking about your strengths, make sure that those are more desired/ required for the wellness of the company. A few of the desired strengths that the employers seek in the employees are Intelligence, Honesty, Integrity, Good fit with corporate culture, Team Work, Likeability, positive attitude, Good communication skills, Dedication, Clear goals, Enthusiasm, and Confidence.
  14. What is your greatest weakness? • Presonate your strength as a weakness. Interviewers may ask this question to make sure that you have the ambition to use your weaknesses as a chance to grow in your career. Some of the traits that they look at from your response are Self-awareness, Honesty, Emotional quotient, and Self-improvement.
  15. Tell me about your internships and projects. • If you have done any internships or projects related to the job profile you have opted for, then talk about it. While talking about the projects, mention your role (team lead or not), and your contribution to the project. While talking about the internships, mention your job role, name of the company, and tell what you have learned out of it.
  16. Are you willing to relocate to various parts of India? • The answer you say must be willing and must be a favor to the company. There may be chances of not getting the job if you say no to this question. Handle this question very carefully, whereas it demands the understanding of why this question is been asked. The interviewer would like to know whether you are flexible to work in different locations permanently if there is any chance that would come.
  17. Why should we hire you? • This question is asked to determine whether you will fit for the company or not. Mention the skills that you have, which opt and suitable for the company. You can go like ‘I am a quick learner and you can get anything from me which would inturn help for the wellness of the organization, and I can admit the skills that I have acquired, from past experiences, and can bring value and growth to this esteemed organization.’
  18. How Do You Propose To Cover Up For Your Lack Of Experience? • Most of the time, the fresher has faced this interview question as a direct challenge. But then, there’s a common misconception as to immediate disqualification due to the lack of experience. The applicant must rely on his key strengths and knowledge to impress the interviewer. • Ultimately, this fresher interview question is posed to identify the way the candidate tackles the direct challenge. Therefore, this question’s answers should reflect resiliency and ideology based on the candidate’s related skills and proficiencies. Exhibiting the affinity for learning and responding positively according to the challenges might add value to your answer.
  19. What Are The Things That Are Most Important For You In A Job? • This interview question for the fresher is asked to know what actually motivates the candidate in regard to the job. The best possible answer is to relate an example to the interviewer to get an idea of your preferences. Hence, keep it simple and yet to the point. • Basically, I’m a result-oriented person, and achieving the desired results on time motivates me the most. While I enjoy working on my own, I’m also motivated by the shared spirit of working in a team. This gives me a feeling of achievement and encourages me to put in more effort and take up more challenging tasks.’
  20. Where do you see yourself five years from now? • You should be able to coax the interviewer by telling that you will stay in the company for a longer period of time. You can say like ‘I want to be recognized staying in a good position in the same role after 5 years, and this is the opportunity that I had to excel and to see myself as I desired’. Your answer should impress the interviewer which will ack like a key to keep you in the company.
  21. How Well Do You Handle Stress/Pressure? • Feeling stressed is natural and nothing wrong. But then, letting your stress affect your work is not accepted by any managers. Therefore, many interviewers ask this question to know if you are capable of handling your own anxiety. Obviously, the manager doesn’t want to hear that you’ll never feel stressed. • Most of the time, I prefer reacting to situations than to feel stressed out. Thus, I can tackle myself without becoming too stressed. For instance, when I had to deal with an annoying teammate for a project during my course. Instead of focusing on the teammate, I tried to focus more on the project at hand and preparing the presentation. I believe that my ability to concentrate on the end of success helps me reduce my stress.’
  22. What Are Your Hobbies? • Whatever you want to specify, just make sure that the answer aligns your interests and skills with the job. Try to explain why you like it and the way it improves your ability in any field. • I’m one of those who believe in holistic development. According to me, not just the mind but also our body needs exercise. This thought led me to schedule, and I started working out every day. As it is said, In a healthy body dwells the healthy mind. I experience being more energetic, imaginative, and creative after using my time in exercise sessions.’
  23. What’s Your Biggest Accomplishment? • The important reason to ask this question is to identify the specific aspect that helps you stand out from the crowd. Meaning, as mentioned earlier, from the numerous candidates waiting for the same position, how would the candidate influence the interviewer to select him. Therefore, prepare the answer in alignment with the company’s expectations or the job profile as to what your response should be. • I consider completing my Graduation degree is my greatest achievement. This is not just concerning the score, but then, I had to complete my graduation with no financial support from my family. • I had to manage my time and how to prioritize, and also how to focus on my goals. And I’m sure that these habits that I’ve learnt will serve as an advantage for my career growth.’
  24. Do you have any questions for me? • Only if you have any questions to ask, then proceed with this. If you have no questions, just say no. Some of the questions that you can ask here are: • What is the management style of your organization? • Cam, you tell me about the culture of the company? • What is the greatest challenge the company is facing? • What are the goals of the company?
  25. What Questions You Can Ask? • Questions about the position • Questions about professional development • Questions about the company • Questions about career advancement and performance review • Questions about hierarchy and the team • Questions about company culture • Questions for the interviewer • Questions about what to expect after the interview
  26. What Not To Do ? • ❌ Do not ask more than three questions. • ❌ Do not ask obvious questions. • ❌ Don’t go on and on. • ❌ Don’t ask questions while leaving or while standing up. • ❌ Don’t ask questions that revolve around how you benefit from taking the job.
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