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Deloitte Interview Experience

  • Difficulty Level : Expert
  • Last Updated : 08 Dec, 2021

Eligibility Criteria

  • B.E./B.Tech in any discipline (CSE/ECE/IT/EEE/TELECOM/M.E/CIVIL, etc.) is required.
  • M.Sc. Computer Science and Information Technology graduates are eligible to apply. Graduates of the MCA program are also eligible to apply.
  • A candidate must have more than 60% marks in 10th and 12th (or diploma).
  • A candidate must have a minimum of 60% marks in graduation.
  • After HSC(12th), but not after SSC(10th), or between semesters of graduation, a maximum interval of one year is permitted.
  • At the time of the selection process, a candidate should not have any outstanding backlogs. If you meet these requirements, you can apply for the Deloitte Placement Process as described above.

Interview Process: There are generally three rounds to the basic recruitment process of Deloitte:

  1. Online Assessment Round
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Face to Face Interviews: Technical + HR
  4. Interview Rounds

Interview Rounds

Online Assessment Test: The first stage in the hiring process is an online assessment test. Those who pass this test will be qualified for the next round. This round is categorized into three parts:

  • Quants: During this section, the candidate’s mathematical abilities will be assessed. The Quantitative Aptitude component covers Time, Speed & Distance, Number Series, Simple & Compound Interest, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Ratios & Proportions, Percentages, Algebra etc.
  • Logical Reasoning: The candidate’s ability to think critically and logically will be assessed in this section. You will be assessed on the following topics in this section: Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Data Arrangements, Logical Word Sequence, Statements and Inferences, Inequalities, Coding, Decoding, Series, Analogy and Visual Reasoning, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Data Arrangements, Logical Word Sequence, Number series, Blood relations, Pattern recognition etc.
  • English: This component will evaluate the candidates’ proficiency in English. The questions in this part will cover topics such as error-spotting, sentence improvement, sentence completion, speech and voices, tenses and articles, synonyms and antonyms among others.
  • This round can be skipped for the experienced folks depending upon the job profile and company requirements.
  • Group Discussion: This is the second round of the Deloitte Selection Process, and candidates who passed the first round are eligible to participate in this round. Deloitte frequently gives a case study based on a technical issue that a business has encountered. You’d have 5 minutes to read it and then another 15 minutes to discuss it with the group members. Moderators from Deloitte may also ask you questions regarding your solution.

Technical Interview: Candidates who clear the group discussion round are called for the face to face technical interview round. Technical interviews are used to examine your technical skills – which is usually particular to the role you are looking for – as well as to learn how you think, solve problems, and deal with stressful situations.

  • To assess your technical skills, you can anticipate being asked a variety of coding and non-coding technical interview questions. Your technical knowledge and skills should meet the job criteria, according to the interviewer. You may also be asked to write code. The interviewer will also assess your problem-solving abilities. You’ll be asked about your previous projects and work experiences, as well as what you did and how you used technology and how successful you were.
  • You should be able to describe computer fundamentals to the interviewer, including OOPS, DBMS, CN, OS, and so on. It is vital to know how to program in a specific language. Make certain you are conversant in at least one programming language. You do not need to be fluent in all programming languages, but you should be familiar with at least one, such as C++, Java, or Python.
  • The number of technical interviews will depend on how well you did in earlier rounds, your job profile, your experience and the company’s needs.

HR interview: An HR interview is conducted to assess your personality, strengths, weaknesses, and ability to handle the role, as well as to check your background and determine if you’re the proper fit for this position. Candidates who pass the technical interview will advance to the HR round. 

  • They can also inquire about Deloitte’s history, such as when the company was founded, its aims, beliefs, and organizational structure, among other topics. As a result, it’s essential to be well-prepared for the HR interview.
  • Understand the role completely, including what they anticipate from you, the skill sets you’ll need, and the qualifications you’ll need. Examine your resume to make sure you’ve included all pertinent information about yourself and that the information you’ve provided is true to the best of your knowledge. Prepare to answer any questions that may be asked based on your resume. If you’re asked a question, be confident and honest in your response.

We’ve put up a variety of frequently asked HR round interview questions that you might be asked during your job interview. 

  1. Tell me about yourself. (You can focus a little bit on your family history, your educational qualifications, and then go on to your professional development. When talking about yourself, attempt to include details that will convince the interviewer that you are qualified for the position.)
  2. Are you willing to relocate to various parts of India?
  3. What are your expectations from this role?
  4. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  5. Tell me about your projects and internships.
  6. What made you want to find a new job? (This is a frequently asked question among experienced professionals seeking a job change. Saying you’re quitting your current job to pursue a promotion is the simplest approach to react to this question. Make sure you’re not criticizing or undermining your current employer.)
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