Bajaj Finserv Interview Experience for Java SalesForce Engineer
- The first round was the challenge round where we were asked to upload our name, email, college, and other details by using the open API given by the company. A maximum of 10 chances was given to get a success message.
- The question was easy and twisted.
Only 687 students were shortlisted out of 2500.
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Round 2: Coding round
- After two hours we got the shortlisted students who had successfully submitted their details. This was a coding test conducted on the Hacker Earth platform. I had applied for a Java SalesForce role. The test had 10 multiple choice questions and 2 coding questions. The first question was related to String and the second was a DP-related question.
259 Students shortlisted out of 687.
Round 3: Technical interview
The third round was a technical round with the panel. The process was very smooth and the interviewer asked me about my projects mentioned in the resume and questions on JAVA.
- Tell me about yourself.
- Explain the project you mentioned in your resume.
- How to reverse a string in JAVA?
- Explain threading and its types.
- Difference between C++ and JAVA.
- Difference between Vector and Arrays.
- Difference between Abstract class and INTERFACE.
- can we override methods in inherited classes?
- Why Strings are immutable in JAVA?
- Do you have any questions for me?
- The total interview lasted for around 30 mins and the questions were of medium difficulty.
- Be confident while answering and choose the apt projects for the role you are applying for.
- Revise Core Java concepts and don’t forget to add 1 Java project in your resume.
- Try to practice unique coding problems with difficulty level medium or higher.
- If you need time to think for an answer ask the interviewer for permission for few seconds and start thinking.
Round 4: HR Round
- It was a telephonic interview. The interviewer asked me how was the previous round and asked if I had any questions. He explained the work environment and asked if I am willing to relocate, to which I agreed.
Only 103 were shortlisted out of 2500 Students from 4 campuses for different areas only 24 were shortlisted for java SalesForce .
I was selected as an intern for the role of Java SalesForce Engineer.