Set 6

Student Detail

  • Name: Chanchal
  • Branch: IT
  • College: MNIT, Jaipur
  • Type of Interview: ON Campus

Student Interview
Recently I passed my B.Tech final semester, and it was an on campus placement time. This time a Canadian IT firm named CGI visited our campus for placement purpose. Information regarding the same was displayed on the notice board. When I learned about it, I immediately applied for this drive and started preparing for the same. For preparation, I referred to the PrepInsta Website and much to my relief I found relevant study material on this website.

Eligibility Criteria:
The eligibility standards for this drive was:

  • Minimum 60% in 10th and 12th standard.
  • 65% in BE/B. Tech (Any Stream)
  • MCA/MSc. With no existing backlogs.

Selection process:
The selection process involved three rounds, which are mentioned below:

  1. Online written test.
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Technical and HR interview round.

Round 1: Online Written Test:
The first round was  AMCAT written test which had five compulsory sections: This was an online test, which followed the below mentioned pattern:  

Test SectionsTopic IncludedQuestionsTime Given
QuantsPipes and Cisterns,
Averages,
Profit and Loss,
Time, Speed and Distance,
Permutation and Combinations, Ratio & Proportion,
Algebra


16 Questions16 mins
Verbal ReasoningComprehension, ordering
Sentence, Development & Construction,
Proposition & Conjunctions,
Inferential and Literal understanding
Contextual Language
Articles & Tenses
22 Questions25 mins
Logical ReasoningOdd Man Out,
Data adequacy,
Objective analysis,
Analogy and Classification recognition,
Seating preparations
18 Questions18 mins
CodingCode Optimization and Pattern Making2 Questions45 mins
Computer ProgrammingSearching and Sorting,
Stacks, Queues,
Data Kind,
Complexity Speculation, Heap
25 Questions25 mins

Round 3 HR Interview Round:
This was the last round of the interview process, where I had a face to face interview with the HR Team.  There were three interviewers seated in the boardroom, and they asked me to take a seat. They went through my resume, and accordingly asked me some of the resume related questions. Later they asked me some personal questions about my family background, favorite subject, and a few questions on my major projects. 

Further, they asked me about my ability to work as a team and also tested me with a situation. The entire interview lasted for approximately 20-25 minutes. This round also went pretty well and fortunately I got selected.

Later the company emailed me the offer letter for one month training program conducted after a week of the interview. The company reviewed my performance in the training session. They were satisfied with my work and sent me the joining letter after a month of training.