Student’s Name: Ritu
College: RV college of Engineering, Bangalore
Subject: Computer Science
Type of Interview: On-Campus interview
This year, during our last semester, L&T InfoTech conducted On-Campus placement drive in
our College. It was a perfect opportunity for me as I always wanted to work with L&T. I
started my preparations from PrepInsta, as my seniors referred this website as one of the best
platforms for getting placement related study material. I was eligible for the interviews as I
scored above 60% in 10th and 12th and I was having no backlogs or any due exams. The
selection process had four rounds.
Round 1- Written Test
We were told, that we will be given 120 minutes to finish the paper and there will be no
|Section||No. Of Questions||Time (in mins)||Syllabus|
|Quants||10||10||Algebra, Time & work, Time
speed & Distance, Arithmetic,
Percentages, Profit & loss,
|Logical||10||10||Data interpretation, puzzles,
coding and decoding, pie charts,
line graphs, blood relation, etc.
|Verbal||10||10||Short reading comprehension
passages, sentence completion,
synonyms, paragraph completion,
I cleared the written exam, the difficulty level was moderate, and we were sent for the GD
round in the next room.
Round 2-Group Discussion
Many students made it to the GD round. The topic given to us was, “Technologies affecting
our daily lives.” All students were divided into teams; I was in the team where I had to speak
about the positive side of the technology. In this round the emphasis was laid on English
speaking skills and judicious use of words.
Round 3- Technical Interview
Few technical questions which was asked from me was:
What are joints in DBMS?
What is polymorphism explain it with an example?
What is Deadloack, how can it be prevented?
What is Belady’s Anomaly?
WAP to for prime numbers.
WAP to swap two numbers without using third variable.
I answered every question. I was able to see the positive signs from their ends, and I was
selected for the final HR round.
Round 4- HR Interview
The interviewer first asked me to describe myself in not more than four sentences. I described
myself nicely and confidently. Then he asked me whether I have a problem regarding the
change of place and office timings. I said that I was fine in both the situations. I was saked
some puzzles as well. In the end, they gave me many other small details about the company,
so I was left with no questions to ask.
After an hour, they called me inside and congratulated me for getting job in the company.