Genpact Interview Experience | Set 1 (On-Campus Drive)
I recently attended Genpact on-campus drive in our college. There were many students participating in the drive for the post of process associate and I was one of them.
There were 3 rounds:
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Firstly, there is a JAM session (just be confident and fluent while you are speaking) we were given a topic “the most memorable day”. And nearly more than half couldn’t get through this round, I cleared this round.
Secondly, there is an aptitude round (quant, English, verbal and logical). These questions were easy and minimum practice would be enough to crack this round.
Lastly, there was a telephonic round where you will be asked hr questions through phone:
Some of the questions assessors asked me:
1. Tell me something about yourself.
3. Favourite holiday spot. Explain your trip.
4. Why Genpact?
5. If given a chance to direct a movie. Which movie would it be?
Mostly questions depending on what you answer them.
The assessor speaking to me was very friendly.
And careful listening to what the assessor is asking is very important because they speak too well that we might not understand some questions clearly.
Finally, results were announced in the evening and I was one of the 18 members selected for Genpact out of 200.
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