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Ion Group Interview Experience for Technical Analyst Role | On-Campus 2022

  • Last Updated : 17 Oct, 2021

Ion Group came to our college to hire freshers of the 2021-2022 batch for the role of Technical analyst. There was a total of 6 rounds of online tests and interviews.

Round 1: Online Test

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  • The first round was an online test that consisted of basic aptitude questions.
  • This round was an easy one.

Round 2: Coding Round



  • The second round consisted of 2 coding questions (intermediate to advanced level). Each coding question consisted of 3 visible test cases and 17 hidden test cases. 
  • To get the question fully accepted, we needed to pass all the test cases correctly. 
  • I was able to solve one question completely and the second question partially and I was selected for the next round. A total of 65 students were selected after this round.

Round 3: Technical Interview

  • The third round was 90 minutes of one-on-one experience with the interviewer. He first introduced himself and then asked me to introduce myself.
  •  He made me very comfortable by asking some general questions about how am I feeling.  He then started with one of my projects and asked me about it. He asked me about my role in that particular project and how did I cope up with a team. 
  • He then asked me a coding question in python(it was an easy one) and then asked me 3 puzzles
  • Rat and the Cats 
  • Hourglass Problem and 
  • 100 Prisoners with Red/Black Hats
  • He asked me to take time and think loud so that he can know how am I reaching the solutions. He gave me enough time to think and to finally come to solutions. 
  • He then asked me to write a few SQL queries and asked a few basic DBMS questions. 

Round 4 :

  •  The fourth round was a case study round. 10-15 students were selected after the 3 rounds. In this round, we were given a case study and were asked to read it while the interviewer was sharing her screen.
  • Followed by this case study there were a few questions given and I was asked to answer one of them by my choice. This round was basically meant to see my problem-solving skills.

Round 5: 

  • The results of round 4 were announced and in the fifth round I was basically interviewed about my projects and my role in that particular project and how do I look forward to expanding my project.
  • This round basically tested that how will I survive in an industry where there is so much competition. 

Round 6

  • The results of round 5 were announced and three students were selected for the final round with the country head and director of ION Group. 
  • This was the final round and basically, we were told about the company and our role in the company. We were asked a few basic questions about ourselves so that we could know each other well.

The results were declared after three days and all three of us were selected. 

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