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Rebel Foods Interview Experience for SDE (On-Campus)

  • Last Updated : 21 Sep, 2021

Rebel Foods visited our campus in August 2021 for the role of Software Development Engineer(Backend). The selection process consisted of 4 rounds which include 1 online test and 3 interview rounds.

Every Round is an elimination Round.

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Round 1:This was an MCQ round conducted on the AON Assessment Platform with 45 questions and for 60 minutes.



Sections:

  • Computer Science(OS, OOPs, DBMS, SQL, Computer Networks) 30 questions.
  • Aptitude(Common aptitude and math questions) 15 questions.
  • Around 55 students got selected after this round.

Round 2: Technical Interview

The interviewer at first divided the whole interview into 4 sections total of 1 hr.

  • Introduction 5 mins.
  • Project discussion and CS fundamentals 20 mins.
  • DS Algo and SQL 30 mins.
  • Q&A session 5 mins.
  • The interviewer asked me to introduce myself and to explain one of my projects in detail.
  • Why you are still using C++ as java is more secure and advanced (As I said C++ is my language preference).
  • Access specifiers
  • What are C++ headers and why do we use them.
  • I didn’t remember much as I went through 3 diff company interviews on the same day.
  • He Moved to DS Algo
  • He asked me about string pattern searching algorithms. I said KMP algorithm as I read it the day before the interview and I explained it very well.
  • He asked me about my favorite Data structure I answered with Linked List as the Domain of Linked List is very less.
  • Detect Loop in a linked List?
  • Find the loop creating node and remove the loop?
  • I explained it very well he didn’t ask for the code.
  • After that, he asked for any questions . As most queries have been answered in PPT I said No.

Round 3:

  • The interviewer asked me to introduce myself and to explain Internship projects in detail as I did 6 months Intern at CRIS. Then he asked me.
  • Find whether a number is a prime number or not?
  • At first, I answered with a basic approach and later optimized it to sqrt(n). And he asked for Logic behind this algorithm why only sqrt(n) why not anything else.
  • Database Design for Super Market (Must be normalized).
  • He gave some key attributes that must include in the database like order_data, customer data_price, etc.
  • I answered with a normalized database well structured he asked some counter questions while I am designing But at Last he was impressed with my Design
  • Rubix Cube Puzzle
  • How many inner smaller cubes are not visible in a n*n cube.
  • At first, he asked me to answer for 8*8 I calculated manually and answered but he asked for a generalized equation and gave some hints.
  • Then I answered with an equation but my equation looks big. But he gave me another hint think in it cubes. then I answered n^3-(n-2)^3;

Round 4: HR Round:

  • The interviewer was very friendly he was just joined 4 months back.
  • He asked for my complete profile in detail.
  • Then moved to Project in detail and some counter questions like how it is useful to whom it is useful.
  • Some common HR Questions why rebel, Where u see urself in the next 3 yrs?
  • He asked me to take the amazon app and asked me what is the 1 thing that I wanted to change in this app.
  • I think for a minute and answered with a review system that is not verified but it must verify reviews there should be no false reviews.
  • At last, he explained to me the current ongoing projects and how rebel works.
  • Both the interviewers were very supportive and friendly. They were fine if I couldn’t answer a few questions. They were only concerned with problem-solving abilities and the ability to learn.

The result came the next day, Around 10 people were selected and I was one of them.

Verdict: Selected.

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