TCS Ninja Syllabus 2020 and Online Test Pattern Aptitude Exam
TCS Ninja Syllabus 2020
Topic Wise Aptitude Pattern
1 hour 30 mins
Wrong Answer Penalty
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TCS Ninja Online Test Pattern 2019 – 2020 for Freshers
Detailed Analysis for TCS Ninja
TCS Ninja Detailed Syllabus
TCS Candidate Experience On Campus
- Name: Abhishek
- College: Central University, Karnataka
- Branch: Computer Science
- Type of interview: On-Campus Interview
During the last semester of my M.TECH, I received an email from my college placement officer that I have been shortlisted for the TCS Ninja On-Campus drive. So I immediately registered for the drive and started my preparations. While I was struggling to find some relevant study material online, one of my friends suggested me to visit https://prepinsta.com/. Thankfully, I found all the essential study material there. It greatly helped me with my preparations.
TCS Ninja visited our campus on 31st Sep 2018. The TCS Ninja selection process had 2 rounds.
- Written Test
- Interview Round
Round 1- Written Test
Total 10 questions were there from sentence completion and fill the blanks and a few synonyms and antonyms questions.
- Aptitude Test
The aptitude test had 15 questions and a time limit of 30 minutes for test completion. For every correct answer 1 mark got awarded and for every incorrect and 0.33 mark got deducted. The questions were mostly based the following concepts:
- Time and Work
- Speed and Distance
- Profit and Loss
- Permutation and Combination
Also, there were some puzzles of moderate level. Since I had practiced for all these topics on PrepInsta, I successfully attempted most of the questions.
- Technical Test
In the technical test, I had to complete 10 questions in 20 minutes, which were based on the technical concepts of CS-IT domain. This test also had negative marking.
- Coding Test
The coding test had one questions for which I had to write a program using C,C++, Java and other langauges. I completed this test in 30 minutes timeframe.
Half an hour later results were declared, and I was selected for the interview round.
Round 2- Interview
The interview round was conducted on the next day, that is, on 1st of February. In this round, there was one interviewer who asked technical, managerial, and HR questions.
Interviewer: Tell me about yourself.
Me: Gave a brief introduction about myself.
Interviewer: What are your hobbies?
Me: I like to play basketball, listen to music, and swimming.
Interviewer: Good! Do you know of TCP/IP layer? Explain its detailed structure.
Me: I drew a full layer structure of TCP/IP layer and explained its structure.
Interviewer: Very Well! You seem to be a knowledgeable person. You can be a professor. Why do you choose to work in a corporate environment? Me: Told that academic career will take time to groom, and as of my family responsibilities, currently I have to start my career in IT industry.
Interviewer: Okay. Now suppose you are placed in a project in which you have a senior who is younger to you and also has less knowledge than you. But as of hierarchy, he is superior to you. He assigns you a task which is wrong. Now in such a case, what would you do? Will you correct him or will do the work as it is?
Me: I will tell him the correct thing if I know as it will be good for the company and as a team member I should always try to do best of my knowledge of the company.
Apart from this, he asked me other questions as well.
- What was your role in the project?
- Write a program of palindrome number.
- Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?
Then, the interviewer asked me if I was comfortable with relocation and shift duties to which I replied YES. Then he asked me if I had any questions. So I asked him some questions. Then he said, “that all for the day.” I thanked him and left.
One week later result was declared, and fortunately, I was selected for the job.
Interview Experience 2
- Name: Mishthi Agarwal
- College: MVJ College of Engineering
- Branch: Information and Technology
- Type of interview: ON-campus Interview
Like every year, this year also TCS visited our campus for the on-campus recruitment drive. It was informed by our TPO regarding the company’s eligibility criteria and process. The interview comprised of three levels, namely, written round, technical round, and the HR round. Only if I was able to clear the written round, I could appear for the next round.
Level 1: Written Test
My written round was further divided into four sections, namely English, Quantitative aptitude, Programming concept, and Coding. Each section was allotted with the particular time frame and came with a defined set of questions.
English: Number of questions (15), time limit (10 mins)
Quantitative Aptitude: Number of questions (15), time limit (30 mins)
Programming Concept: Number of questions (10), time limit (20 mins)
Coding: Number of questions (1), time limit (30 mins)
Furthermore, the question paper for each section was prepared based on a pre-defined syllabus. The paper of English had questions on sentence completion. Quantitative aptitude had questions from time & work, profit & loss, number, decimal fraction, time, speed & distance, and blood relations. The other two sections also covered topics such as iteration, recursion, procedural vs. Oop, algorithms, and C/C++ for coding section.
Level 2: Technical Interview
After the written test, the second was the technical interview round in which the interviewer asked me questions related to my technical skills. This round included two interviews: TCS Ninja and TCS digital. The TCS Ninja interview lasted for 25 minutes and included questions on programming concepts and my final year project such as:
Difference between array and pointer.
What is the concept of object-oriented programming?
What are C and C++?
What was your role in the final year project?
What difficulties you have faced in completing the project?
Well, answering the questions correctly required basic subject knowledge and good confidence to place on the table. In the Digital interview round the interviewer first talked about my projects and the technical challenge I had faced throughout my course. Then he asked me to note down the maximum number of characters when applying MsgBox and InputBox. Then he asked me the difference between standard and class module. I gave answers confidently and was selected for the last round.
After the technical round, the HR round was little moderate as the interview came up with some simple question. The few and significant questions that I remember are:
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
Why should TCS hire you?
With all these questions, the interviewer was checking my behavioral and communication skills. After taking a deep breath upon interview completion, I was eagerly waiting for the final result announcements. I finally got selected for the job.
1 hour 30 mins
Wrong Answer Penalty
Number of Sections