The were 10 MCQs on computer science concepts (data structures, Java, c++) and one coding question on DP which is https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/longest-increasing-subsequence-dp-3/
21 students were shortlisted for further rounds.
Technical round 1:
The interviewer asked to introduce myself. He then asked me my favourite subject. I said data structures. He asked me which data structure I was comfortable with. I said linked list and trees. Then he asked if I was interested in any other subjects. I said I have average knowledge on OS and DBMS.
He started with a question on trees https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/print-left-view-binary-tree/
I told him level order traversal approach and he said to code it. I did.
He asked if I was good at solving puzzles. I said I wasn’t that good. He told me to try
He asked me explain a project on automation which I mentioned in my resume.
He gave another question on trees https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/lowest-common-ancestor-binary-tree-set-1/ and said to write the code.(I did it)
He gave another puzzle https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/puzzle-24-10-coins-puzzle/. I couldn’t solve it. I said I had no idea. He said that’s fine and said me to leave.
The interviewer was so polite.
Technical round 2:
The interviewer said we will directly go to problems. I said ok. He gave a question on linked list and said to write the code. https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/remove-occurrences-duplicates-sorted-linked-list/. I took time(about 20 min) but did it finally.
Since there was less time he said I will give you another problem and I want you to solve it in 10min.
https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/majority-element/. I said I had been through this problem while preparation. He asked me if I knew the O(n) time and O(1) space complexity solution. I said yes. He told me to write the code quickly.
Then he asked me about encapsulation and abstraction. I told him the definitions. He said what I was saying is all bookish, tell me by taking an object in this room as an example. I told him by taking water bottle as an example. I was confused with the concepts so he explained me and said me to leave.
Technical + HR:
The HR asked random questions. First he gave an SQL query which was, Find the second largest salary from a given table. I said an approach using LIMIT. He said it was an interesting way to do it, but can I do it without using LIMIT. I told him the approach but couldn’t write the query.
He asked about projects on my resume. Told me to explain Interface for an 8th class student. I couldn’t explain it well. He asked me how huge data is stored in databases. I said Distributed DBMS. He asked me if I knew sharding. I said no. He then asked me how data was processed in apps like hotstar when it has high number of viewers like during the worldcup match. I said work load balancing algorithms will be used. I wrote CSS as my technical skill, so he asked me what is it. I said Cascading style sheets. He asked me why was it named cascading. I couldn’t answer so he explained. He asked me if I had any questions for him and told me to leave.
10 students were left after all the rounds and 4 students were selected. Unfortunately I wasn’t one of them but it was a good interview experience.
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