The selection process is based on 5 rounds which lasted for 2 days. Round 1 and Round 2 held on the first day and the remaining rounds held on the second day.
It contained 5 programming problems :
- You’re given an array. Print the elements of the array which are greater than its previous elements in the array.
Input : 2, -3, -4, 5, 9, 7, 8 Output: 2 5 9You should solve this question in O(n) time.
- You’re given an even number n. If n=4, you have to print the following pattern :44444334
If n=6, then the pattern should be like this :
- You’re given a number n. If write all the numbers from 1 to n in a paper, we have to find the number of characters written on the paper.For example if n=13, the output should be 18 if n = 101, the output should be 195
- A number is called as binary-decimal if all the digits in the number should be either ‘1’ or ‘0’. Any number can be written as a sum of binary-decimals. Our task is to find the minimum number of binary-decimals to represent a number.Input : 32Output : 10 11 11
Input : 120
Output : 10 110
- You’re given a string as an input. You have to reverse the string by keeping the punctuation and spaces. You have to modify the source string itself with creating an another string.
Input :A man, in the boat says : I see 1-2-3 in the sky
y kse, ht ni3 21ee slsy : a sta o-b-e ht nin amA
Level 3 : (Advanced programming)
We were asked to develop a mini-project ‘Invoice Management’ with the following modules :
1. Add a customer
2. Add an invoice
3. Add items to an invoice
4. List all customers
5. List all invoices
6. List all invoices of a customer
7. Display the full details of an invoice
Level 4: (Technical HR)
Questions were mostly based on Database Management. The other areas include Data Structures and Operating Systems. Some of the example questions are : What is referential integrity, Explain outer joins : Left outer join and right outer join, What are holes in OS etc..,
Level 5: (General HR)
Some blah blah questions.
They also give me puzzles while I was solving level 2 programming questions. After all these rounds only 2% of people survived. Hope it helps all. Good luck.
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