Micro Focus Interview Experience (On-Campus)

Round 1: Round 1 for “Micro Focus” on-campus placement process was Online Aptitude Test. The Aptitude Test was conducted on HackerEarth platform. There were 50 Multiple choice questions (MCQs) and 1 coding question. MCQs included Quantitative Aptitude, Data Structures, Operating System (OS), Algorithms. Coding question asked was on Polymorphism in Java. 

Round 2: Students who passed the Online Aptitude test were allowed for Round 2. Round 2 was a Technical Interview. Following are the questions asked in the Technical Interview (Interview questions were based on skills and interests mentioned in Resume):- 
 

  1. Explain the projects mentioned in Resume.
  2. What is HashMap?
  3. Given a list of strings, how will you implement your own HashMap to store them? Write the code for the same. (Interviewer expected to write a hash function).
  4. Explain difference between Merge Sort and Quick Sort. Which sorting algorithm can be used in given different scenarios with reason.
  5. How can you fasten (less than O(n)) searching process for an integer stored in a sorted array. Write the code for the same. (Expected Binary Search algorithm).
  6. What are priority queues? How to implement it?
  7. What are constructors in Java?
  8. What is method overloading? Grilled on Oops concepts of Java with different examples.
  9. Write an SQL query to find the second highest salary from the employee table [empId, salary].

Round 3: Students cleared Technical Round were allowed for Round 3. Round 3 was the Managerial + HR round. Following were the questions asked in this round:- 
 

  1. Tell about yourself and your family background.
  2. What is the importance of Data Structures?
  3. What are you passionate about?
  4. How can you solve problems faced by Mumbaikars during Monsoon due to heavy rains?
  5. Explain about your Internship. Various questions related to the internship work.
  6. What are your plans for the further studies?
  7. Tell 1 good and 1 bad thing about working in a Team.
  8. How do you select a company to work for?
  9. What do you do in your free time?
  10. Draw the architecture of the OS.
  11. What is Kernel?

 




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