BorgWarner Interview Experience (On-Campus)
BorgWarner visited our campus for Associate Engineer Role. Only EC related branches were allowed to sit for the process. There were a total of 3 rounds.
Round 1(Online Test): This round was conducted on WeeBox platform and was monitored through webcam. The test had 3 sections.
Hey geek! It's time to become a success story instead of reading them. Check out our most renowned DSA Self Paced Course, now at a student-friendly price and become industry ready. And if you are looking for a more complete interview preparation resource, check out Complete Interview Preparation Course that will prepare you for the SDE role of your dreams!
Feeling prepared enough for your interview? Test your skills with our Test Series that will help you prepare for top companies like Amazon, Microsoft, TCS, Wipro, Google and many more!
- OS/C/C++ fundamentals
- Electronics Fundamentals
The shortlisted student’s list was published the same evening.
Round 2(Technical Interview): This was a Personal Interview Round that mostly focused on electronics, IoT fundamentals. Basic coding questions(like different patterns) were also asked to be coded in C. This round also had an extensive discussion on the final year project.
- First, he asked me to introduce myself meanwhile he reviewed my resume.
- He was interested in one of the IoT project that I had done. We had an extensive discussion on the project, especially the IoT-related parts of it.
- Then he asked some basic questions on the diode, OpAmps, and some coding questions to be coded in C.
- Finally, a few networks were shown and I was asked to calculate the voltage drop across and current through some of its components.
Round 3(Managerial Interview): A manager from the firm took the interview.
- The round started with his introduction followed by mine.
- This was followed by a brief explanation of the role I was being hired for.
- He directly jumped to my project and asked me to explain the same in brief.
- He asked about the processor used in the IoT devices I had used.
- He then asked me about passive and active components in a circuit.
- He wanted to know if I had plans for future studies, for which I said a ‘big NO’.
- This was followed by some managerial questions like “are you willing to relocate?” etc.
- The interview ended with “Do you have any questions for me?”