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Cisco Interview Experience for Campus Ambassador

Last Updated : 30 Jun, 2023
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Section 1: Introducing Yourself and Highlighting Experiences

The interviewer introduced herself and kindly requested that I talk about myself and my experiences. I found the interviewer to be absolutely delightful, and the atmosphere was incredibly charming. After completing the introductory part, she inquired about the events I had organized in the past. The questions she asked included:

  • What was the most recent event you organized?
  • What was the largest number of attendees you managed?

Section 2: Object-Oriented Programming (OOPS)

Following that, she posed a few questions regarding the basics of Object-Oriented Programming (OOPs), such as providing a real-life example of OOPs and discussing the pillars of OOPs.

Section 3: Handling Situational-Based Questions

Subsequently, she began asking situational-based questions. Here are a few examples:

  • If your coordinating teacher disagrees with your creative event idea, how would you convince him or her?
  • How would you handle a situation where your team members have two different ideas?
  • Can you suggest a creative event idea that combines both fun and learning?
  • What qualities differentiate a leader from other members of a team?

Towards the end, I took the opportunity to ask about the interviewer’s industry experience and work. Her response was truly insightful and beautifully articulated. The interview goes for approx 20 min

Tips: Event Management, Object-Oriented Programming, Leadership Skills, Situational-Based Questions

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