Round 1: It comprised of one coding question and twenty-eight mcqs on hackerearth. The coding question goes like-> You have a string of length n and given q queries. In each query, you will be given a length k and you have to find the first index of a special substring of length k. A special substring is a substring which hasn’t repeated itself.
The mcqs were equally distributed among ds&algo, os, dbms, networking and logical reasoning. The time given was 90 mins.
14/140 people cleared this round.
Round 2: This was a technical round. While I was asked questions from os, dbms and data-structures only, few people were also asked to code a given algorithmic problem on paper. The interviewer was interested in whether I knew about the real-life applications of dynamic programming, greedy algorithms and he asked me to give a few examples for the same. In OS, the questions were from memory management like paging, segmentation, semaphores and deadlocks. Here also he was interested in real-life applications of paging and semaphores. Coming to DBMS, he asked questions from concurrency-control mechanisms and acid properties. In ds, the questions were from binary tree and hashing. Here also he tried to relate these to their practical usage. He asked me a puzzle at the end -> https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/puzzle-6-monty-hall-problem/
9 people were selected from this round.
Round 3: I was asked 3-coding problems and asked to write the code on paper.
Questions asked from other candidates:
A question similar to https://www.spoj.com/problems/FARIDA/
A question similar to https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/find-the-point-where-maximum-intervals-overlap/
A question similar to https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/maximum-sum-subarray-removing-one-element/ . The modification was instead of removing one element, you can square one of the elements.
For the third problem, he was just interested in knowing the approach. I didn’t hastily tell him about the catalan number approach. I first told him about the dp approach and he was happy with the answer and later on, I added catalan number to my answer.
In this round, few of the candidates were also asked about the projects they did, oops concepts, os and dbms.
Round 4: Managerial Round
I don’t have enough to say about this round. I think just being honest will do. The questions were about the projects that I did, the programming languages I know and other questions such as what would I improve in myself, the toughest situation I have been through etc…
Round 5: HR Round
I think this round was all about remaining calm and honest.
Finally, they selected 4 students and I was one of them.
PS: At the end of every round, I was asked “If I am having any questions for them”. I think this is important as it will help you create an impression of you being interested in the company so do prepare for it.
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