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This hiring was posted on the unstop platform. So, basically, for me, it was an off-campus opportunity.

Navi Company is a startup by Sachin Bansal and Ankit Agarwal.

Round 1 (Online MCQ round):

This round consisted of 30 questions that needed to be solved in 30 minutes. The questions that were asked in this round were like this:

  • How many swaps will be performed in this array using bubble sort to make it sorted?
  • There was some pseudo code given and find the time complexity for this.
  • Find the best approach for this given dataset.
  • Some questions from operating systems, computer networks, and DBMS.

Round 2 (Coding Assessment round):

Almost after 5-6 days this round was conducted. In this round 2 questions were given that needed to be solved in 1 hour 30 minutes.

  • Second question: https://brainly.in/question/55827544

I guess the questions were easy to medium level, so it can be completed pretty fast and based on which selection to the next round took place.

Round 3 (Interview Round):

The interview round was scheduled for 50 minutes, in which 2 coding questions were given to code.

  • Second Question:

In this the code of the problem was easy but the way the interviewer asked it was in a different way. 

Problem: 

Input:

Output:

Now, write a code to convert the input tree and return the output tree without using any extra space.

So, this question was basically based on reverse inorder traversal.

I completed these questions in around 35 minutes, the second one took more time.

Then after this, the interviewer asked me about myself and my experience, and on which tech stacks I have worked.

Overall, the interview was nice and I got selected for the HR round.


Round 4 (HR round):

This round was basically based on my projects and my internship experience.

The interviewer asked me about the projects that I did during my internship and what are the learnings that I got from there.

There were some technical questions also that were asked by the interviewer like:

  • What are the cases and situations when we should choose SQL over No SQL databases?
  • Difference between SQL and No SQL databases.
  • About transactions.
  • Some questions related to network protocol.
  • About threads and semaphores.

Last Updated : 02 Aug, 2023
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