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Deutsche Bank Interview Experience for FTE Graduate Analyst | On-Campus

  • Difficulty Level : Medium
  • Last Updated : 23 Jun, 2021

Background:

  • Date: 13 – 14 August 2020
  • Mode: On Campus, fully Virtual (through Skype)
  • Role: FTE Graduate Analyst

Round 1(Online coding Round) – 90 mins :

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  • It was held on 13th August 2020. Conducted on HackerEarth There were 3 coding questions. The questions were of medium-hard level with the score divided as 20,50,50. Partial marking was there for all questions. 
    Based upon coding round score and CGPA(i think), 22 students were shortlisted out of 240 students. 
  • The next day on 14th August 2020 there was a pre-placement talk which started at 8:00 am and ended at 9:00 am. Explained the various functions of the bank, salary division, further round instruction.
    Note: Never ignore these presentations, because they might ask questions in the HR round related to these.

     

Round 2(Technical Interview -1)- 45 mins :



  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Previous internship experiences ( Discussed around 10 mins)
  3. Write SQL query for extracting common data from given two tables
  4. Write SQL query for getting third highest salary from given salary column ( Many possible solutions for this, but I gave the answer using LIMIT based subquery )
  5. Materialization in Database.
  6. Explain Triggers with examples.
  7. Explain Exceptional handling in the database.
  8. Explain Recursion with Example (C++ code for Fibonacci series ).
  9. What is Tail recursion?
  10. Difference between ++*p, *p  and *p++.
  11. Explain Merge Sort and write its C++ code.
     

Questions asked in this round are mostly related to databases and data structures. So don’t forget to revise them well.

After this round 16 students were selected for the next round.

Round 3(Technical Interview -2)- 70 mins :
 

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Resume discussion
  3. My previous 4 internships experience and projects ( Around 10 mins, as there was a lot more to explain )
  4. About my Personal Projects and hackathon ( Around 20 min, again I was having many great projects in my resume. Plus lot more to talk about my hackathons win experience.
  5. About functional, procedural, Object-oriented programming.
  6. Explain OOP.
  7. Difference between C++ and Java.
  8. How is Java machine-independent?
  9. Write C++ Code for the Linked list, stack, and queue implementation.
  10. Write a program to find missing elements from sorted consecutive numbers. 
    Input : 3,4,7,9,10,11,12,16
    Output : 5,6,8,13,14,15
  11. Why frameworks like react and angular are getting so famous.
  12. My experience with working on react.

Round 4(Pro-Fit): 30 mins

This round was somehow like HR but mixed general tech and nontech questions. 

  1. Intern experience at UBS.
  2. My understanding about fin-tech companies ( I already had completed one intern at UBS, so I was clear about all the bank’s functionalities, so he really got impressed with my answer)
  3. My views on covid and its impact on people.
  4. My experience with hackathons.
  5. Explain my favorite project from my resume
  6. Key points mentioned in morning pre-placement talk.

Round 5(HR Round): 15 mins

This was a proper HR round. As it was already very late to they reduced the interview time. 

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Problems faced while being secretary of the club and how did I resolve them.
  3. How to work in a team.
  4. One situation based question ( suppose if one of your team members is not taking deadline seriously then how would you deal with him )
  5. Two characteristics of mine, which make me unique among all.
  6. My hobbies.

Overall this round was easy. 
Well Few HR tips, to keep in mind before an HR interview : 

  • Don’t share your near future higher education plans.
  • Have some basic information about the company.
  • Focus on ur strength especially teamwork. If possible then prepare a real-life story to support your points.
  • Be confident but don’t try to be too fake. If HR is an experienced person then he/she will easily catch ur from fake points.

After all these rounds. Finally, the results were announced at 11 pm. A total of 10 students were selected from our college. And luckily I was one of them. 

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