Times Internet Interview Experience | Set 1 (On-Campus)
Round 1 Test
Duration 90 Minutes
No. of Questions 22 questions
Section 1: Data Structures, Hash maps, Tree Traversals, Basic pointer questions and Aptitude
Section 2: 1 Coding question based on DFS
Technical Interview (35-45 min)
Question 1: Introduce yourself.
Question 2: Being from a non-CS background (Civil Engineering branch), he asked me which coding language i am best at.
Question 3: Find the second largest prime number from a given array of positive integers. Also return it’s index in most optimal way
Question 4: Given an array of positive and negative integers, find the first missing positive number in the most optimal way.
Question 5: Which data structure would i use to program a jigsaw puzzle program and what methods would i use to solve the puzzle.
Puzzle Interview (40-45 min)
Question 1: Asked me questions based on my CV
Question 2: If a person travels from point A to point B at 20 km/h and returns at 30 km/h, calculate the average speed without using pen and paper.
Question 3: Asked the above question with different speeds to travelling.
Question 4: Given 8 balls of the same properties and one of these balls is defective and is heavier than the others. Calculate the minimum no. of steps to find the defective ball.
Question 5: Asked the above question, but this time we don’t know whether the defective ball is heavier or lighter than the others.
Question 6: 20 red balls and 16 blue balls are present in a bag. 2 balls are removed, if they are of the same color, then they are replaced by a red ball. If they are of different color, then they are replaced with a blue ball. Find the last ball to remain after the entire process.
Question 7: What is polymorphism with examples.
Question 8: What is operator overloading?. Give an example.
Question 9: Differentiate between method overloading and method overriding.
Question 10: Do you have any question for us?.
HR Interview (20 min)
Question 1: Questions based on my resume
Question 2: What do i know about Times Internet and the work that happens in TIL.
Question 3: Why was i opting for a job as software developer though i was from Civil Engineering background.
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