Jivox Interview Experience for Software Engineer | On-Campus

There were in total 4 rounds,(1 online coding Test+3 Technical Interview)

Round 1: The test was conducted on the Hackerrank platform. A total of 25 questions were asked (4 coding+21 MCQs). MCQs consist of java input/output, java oops, DBMS, etc

Coding Questions:

  1. Total number of possible Binary Search Trees and Binary Trees with n keys
  2. Largest Sum Contiguous Subarray
  3. Replace every character of string by character whose ASCII value is K times more than it
  4. Minimum number of increment-other operations to make all array elements equal.

The total time given was 2hr. Overall the level was simple, and so time was the deciding factor for.  A total of 14 students were selected for the next round.

Round 2: 1 coding question was asked, simple rearrangement of an array according to given condition) and a few DBMS related question were asked like indexing, type of indexing, etc  



They also asked me to solve 1 simple SQL query.

5 students were selected after this round.

Round 3: 1 coding question was asked, variation of the longest consecutive 1’s.

https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/maximum-consecutive-ones-or-zeros-in-a-binary-array/

 And then they asked me about my projects that were in my resume.

4 students were selected after this round.  

Round 4: In my opinion, this was the toughest round. They gave me OS (mutex) related questions. The question was properly framed, and I was told to write the pseudo-code for the given problem. It took me around 45 min to understand the question and then to write pseudocode. I also had to optimize my code which I was not able to do.

In my opinion, they were only looking for my approach towards the question.



Finally, 3 students got through this, and I was one of them.

Note: Entire interview round was conducted on the Hackerrank Code pair. The maximum duration of each interview round was 1hr.

Tips:

  1. Be confident and relax
  2. Do not put any false thing in your resume(like the project, experience, etc)
  3. Try having an engaging interaction with the interviewer.
  4. Write very clean code(with proper variable name and comments)


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