Snapdeal Interview Experience | Set 5 (On Campus)

Hi, Recently Snapdeal visited my campus (Jamia Millia Islamia) and I got an offer from Snapdeal,here is my interview experience:

Round 1:

First round was online written round.It consists of 25 Questions.

22 MCQ’s and 3 Coding questions

1) Check for balanced parentheses in an expression.



2) Given an array where each element is the money a person have and there is only Rs. 3 note.We need to check whether it is possible to divide the money equally among all the persons or not. If it is possible then find Minimum number of transactions needed.
3) Find next greater number with same set of digits.
They shortlisted 18 people for the Personal interviews.

Round 2:(30 min.)

F2F Technical Interview 1:

1. Diameter of binary tree. https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/diameter-of-a-binary-tree/.

2. C++ concept like polymorphism,inheritance,function overloading,virtual function,virtual destructor etc.

3. Next greater Element (full code) https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/next-greater-element/

4. A sorted Array has been rotated r times to the left. find the minimum in least possible time(O(logn) expected).

5. You have an sorted array,you have to make a balanced binary search tree from it (only approach) and basic insertion and deletion in BST.



6. Detect and remove loop from linked list(only approach).
Round 3: (35 min.)

F2F Technical Interview 2:

1. Tell me about yourself.

2. Check if anagram of a string is palindrome or not.

3. N stair problem.(Dp approach)

4. Search in a row wise and column wise sorted matrix.
5. Difference between Process and Thread.

6. find the number occurring odd number of time (xor solution).

7. 25 horse puzzle. http://classic-puzzles.blogspot.in/2011/11/25-horses-puzzle.html

Round 4: HR round(10 min.)

F2F HR Interview:



Basic behavioral questions. why snapdeal etc.

I liked the way interviewers were interacting, they were very supportive and friendly as well.

TIPS:

1. Don’t jump into solutions, ask about the type of input that is given and output that is expected.

2. The interviewer always tries to take you to the most optimal solution so listen to what all he says. Many a times they are big hints !!!

3. Be honest.

4. Keep believing that you will get the job.

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