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Eligibility CSE, EE

Round 1:

Type: Resume based Short Listing.
Selection Criteria: CPI > 9(for EE) and CPI > 8.5(for CSE).
Format: Resume Submission.

Round 2:

Type: Online Test.
Format: Programming (C/C++, Data Structures & Algorithm), Puzzles, One Essay.

Round 3:

Type: Telephonic or Skype Interview.
Format: Technical.

Preparation:

1. Thoroughly Revise C/C++, DS, Machine Learning
2. Better, if you have competitive programming Experience
3. For puzzles, practice on online sites like geeksforgeeks.org, braingle.com.

Eligibility CSE, MSC

Round 1:

Type: Resume based Short Listing.
Selection Criteria: CPI (not explicitly mentioned)

Round 2:

Technical Interviews(Two)
Questions from Data Structures, Algorithms and Databases.
Coding Questions : One in each interview.

General Tips:

1. Read Coremen for algorithms.
2. Good background of Data Structures, Pointers, Heaps, Fundamental coding.
3. Google for Amazon interview questions.
4. Resume preparation must be started in the beginning of third year.
5. Know everything on your resume.
6. Knowledge of projects and 2nd year internship is must eg. project explanation, knowledge of its flaws and some more functionality which can be added it it.
7. Use the last year job interview database for preparation.
8. If you are having telephonic interview and you get a coding question, code it on IDE and not with pen & paper.

Eligibility CSE, MTH

Round 1:

Type: Resume based Short Listing.

Round 2:

Type: Technical Interview.
Format: Most questions on puzzles.

Round 3:

Type: Technical Interview.
Format: Most questions on puzzles.

Round 4:

Type: HR Interview.
Format: Questions on Projects.

Preparation:

1. Practice puzzles online from sites like www.techinterview.org, www.braingle.in
2. Be prepared to defend the resume.
3. Revise the projects stated in the resume.

Eligibility Open to all

Round 1:

Type: Resume based Short Listing

Round 2:

Type: Data Interpretation Test.
Format: Duration 35 minutes (Easy questions but the duration is less).

Round 3:

Type: First round of interview.
A real life situation is given, duration is normally 15 minutes.

Round 4:

More difficult situation given than first round of interview.

Preparation:

1. A youtube video is very helpful for prepartion of case study(Click here to watch the video).
2. Presence of mind during interview is very important.
3. There are some practice case study on scribd.com which are helpful for case study preparations.
4. Practice using calculator, it is very important in DI test.
5. During interview calculation mistake gives negative impression, so try to avoid calculation mistakes.

Eligibility CSE, EE (CPI > 6.0)

Test:

Coding: Two questions.
General Aptitude Bases: 20 questions.

Shortlisted based on test.

Interview:

Two rounds on interview.
Questions mainly based on coding in both the interviews.
Mostly Dynamic Programming.

Round 3:

Type: Telephonic or Skype Interview
Format: Technical

Preparation:

Thoroughly Revise C/C++, DS, Machine Learning
Better, if you have competitive programming Experience
For puzzles, practice on online sites like geeksforgeeks.org, braingle.com.

Eligibility: Open to all

Round 1:

Resume based short listing.

Round 2:

Type: Telephonic Interview.
Questions were based on:
1. Questions regarding data analytics and a case study - 20 minutes.
2. Some basic puzzles.

General Tips:

1. Students with extra courses in data analytics apart from academics were preferred.
2. Prepare well for case study.
3. Properly utilize second year summer.

Eligibility: Open to all. Takes interns for Corporate Finance and Global Markets.

Round 1:

Type:Resume based short listing (CPI > 8.0 is preferred).

Round 2:

Interview(2-3 rounds)
1. HR Round: Mostly resume based and some technical questions on projects and courses.
2. Finance Based: Situation handling questions, puzzles and resume based.

General Tips: 1. Be clear why Finance, why DB and other HR questions.
2. Be prepared to defend your resume.
3. Be thorough in general knowledge and current affairs mostly on financial world.
4. Prepare for basic situation based questions and stress interviews.
5. Read financial newspapers and blogs.

Eligibility: ECO, MATHS

Shortlisting Criteria

1. CPI > 7.0
2. Prefers courses like Probability & Statistics, Econometrics, any other Statistics courses.

Round 1:

Type: Telephonic Interview.
Format: Questions based on resume like projects done.

Round 2:

Type :HR Interview.

Preparation:

1. Practice puzzles online from sites like www.techinterview.org, www.briangle.in.
2. Be prepared to defend the resume.
3. Revise the projects mentioned in the resume.

General Tips:
1. Do not brag in the resume. Only state those points for which you have thorough knowledge.
2. Have faith in yourself. Do not panic.

Eligibility: CSE, EE, MTH

Test:

1. Test on programming and algorithm.
2. Shortlist based on online test of coding.
3. Most people shotlisted had CPI > 9(all except one).

Interviews:

1. Two rounds of interviews.
2. Both rounds had questions on algorithms and coding.
3. Students were asked to code and improve it.

General Tips:

1. Brush up your coding skills before going for interview.

Eligibility: Dual Degree MTH, No CPI cut-off.

Selection Process:

1. Resume Shortlisting: Preferred courses on WorkData Analysis, Statistics.
2. Presentation on projects mentioned in resume:
Questions during the presentation.
Mainly technical questions related to the project.
HR round also during presentation.

General Tips:

1. Highlight topics related to role expected by the company.
2. Revise previous projects, courses on statistics like Probability and Statistics.
3. If possible learn some programming language such as R or python.

Eligibility: Open to all

Shortlisting Criteria: Resume based.

Interview:

1. Most questions are based on technical knowledge either in Algorithms, Systems or in Mathematics like Probability & Statistics, Time Series(free to choose between programming and Mathematics).

Preparation:

1. Thoroughly go through resume and make sure you know everything in detail about the projects mentioned in resume.
Basic knowledge of Machine Learning.

General Tips:

1. Revise C, DS, Probability & Statistics, Time Series.
2. Start preparing early for the interview.

Eligibility:

1. ME, AE, EE, MSE(CPI > 7 preferred)
2. ME students preferred.

Selection Criteria:

1. Aptitude Test: English(very basic), Maths, Logical Reasoning
2. Technical Interview: Questions related to courses like MOS, Fluid, Manufacturing and related projects. Innovation in your project and your work in it.
3. HR Round: General HR questions. Instantaneous topic discussion(5 mins between 3 people) e.g. 'India is better for services than manufacturing'.

General Tips:

1. Revise MOS, Fluid, Manufacturing and related projects
2. Prepare a good resume.

Eligibility: Open for all(Students mainly from CSE, EE, MTH) Round 1: Test - 3 sections

1. Maths - Probability, Puzzles, Combinatorics.
2. Programming and Algorithms.
3. Computer Systems.
Selection based on exams.

Round 2: Interviews

1. Number of rounds varies from 4-7.
2. Based on resume.
3. On probability and maths.
4. On Algorithms.
5. On some project that one has worked on.

General Tips:

1. Not many difficult algorithm problems(but decent ones).
2. Probability is very important.
3. Puzzles based on probability.
4. Mainly on the spot thinking capability is assessed.

Eligibility: Open to CHE(Supply and R&D), ME(Supply Chain)

Round 1: Online Form

1. General Questions - 10th & 12th marks, JEE rank, projects, life-oriented questions.
2. Fill it properly - might be taken up in first round of interview.

Round 2: Resume Shortlisting

1. CPI > 7.5 is probably preferred, but not mentioned explicitly.
2. Need to have good projects related to CHE or ME in your resume.

Round 3: Group Discussion(GD)

1. Very important round - few people make through it.

2. Topics are case studies, mostly related to consumer care, honesty, bribery, business logic, etc.
3. Sample: You are the owner of a car company and you find out that the cars manufactured are defective in some respect(due to some problem in machinery). What would you do? woudl you close down the company? Or bring back all the sold cars and repair the defective parts? Or would you do something else?

Round 4: Interview Round-1(Not-Technical)

1. Resume walk through. 2. Extensive questions related to areas you specialize in or have an inclination towards.
3. Questions related to your PORs and scholarly achievements.

Round 5: Interview Round-2(Technical)-probably telephonic

1. Questions realted to courses.
2. Pumps, thermodynamic laws, conservation laws, mass transfer, heat transfer, heat exchange.
3. Technical interview, particularly for R&D profile.

General Tips:

1. Job is basically managerial.
2. Shortlisting procedures focusses primarily on GDl very few people make it past this round.
3. For round 2 of interview, knowledge of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics is a must.

Eligibility: CSE, EE

Round 1:

Resume based shortlisting.

Round 2:

Skype Interview. Interview questions are based on:
1. Projects that you have done.
2. Some questions realted to AutoCAD.
3. Some standard puzzle.
4. Some basic questoin realted to coding.

General Tips:

1. Good knowledge of AutoCAD is required, many questions related to AutoCAD are asked.
2. CPI > 7.5 is safer side.
3. Prepare well for interview.
4. In interview they just want to check how much sincere you were in your projects.

Eligibility:

1. CSE, MTH, EE
2. No CPI criteria.
3. Takes intern in Tech and Quant.

Round 1:

Resume based shortlisting.

Round 2:

Telephonic Interview
1. Look for decent programming skills.
2. More maths based questions mainly on probability & Statistics.
3. Finance: Test knowledge on shares trading, algorithms and basic questions on financial news.

General Tips:

1. Be prepared for maths puzzles.
2. Should have knowledge of the firm and basic finance.
3. Decent programming skill required.

Eligibility: CHE

Round 1:

Resume based shortlisting
1. CPI > 7.5 is preferred, but not mentioned explicitly.
2. Good to have projects related to CHE.

Round 2:

Interview - Technical and HR.
1. Questions related to basic departmental courses.
2. Extensive questions related to your project - theory, working, goals achieved, etc.

General Tips:

1. Revise thermodynamics properly, specially pumps and turbines.
2. Also look into the industrial application of basic devices.

Eligibility: Open to all.

Round 1:

Aptitude test of 30 minutes in three sections containing questions on logical and reasoning, analytical and English. Each section contains 10-15 questions.

Round 2:

HR Interview(15-20 minutes)
1. Questions on family background, resume, college life experiences and extra-curricular activities.
2. New initiative in college.
3. Puzzles.

Preparation:

1. Solve puzzles and aptitude test.
2. Basic HR questions.
3. Communication skills.
4. Walk through resume.

General Tips:

1. Company Motto is "Think out of the box". So JSW focusses more on candidates who are innovative.
2. Try to bring diversify your resume.
3. Good in extra-curricular activities is an advantage.

Eligibility: CPI > 7.5

Shortlisting Criteria:

1. Online test on Hackerank, four questions in one hour.
2. Algorithms based.
3. One medium, one difficult, two easy.

Process Details:

Two telephonic interviews with two questions each based on Algorithms with an online editor (where the interviewers can see your code in real time).

General Tips:

1. Practice CodeChef, TopCoder.

Eligibility: EE, ME, MSE, AE

Shortlisting Criteria:

A form had to be filled and shortlisting was mainly based on the form.

Process Details:

1. Aptitude Test.
2. Interview(HR).
3. Simple HR based questions and some questions were based on knowledge about Japan(Why do you want to go to Japan) and MHI(why do you want to join MHI).
4. Questions were mainly asked to check whether you will survive there, enthusiasm, interest.

Preparation:

1. Go through HR based questions on Internet.
2. Go through the site of MHI and other Japanese site to have knowledge about the same.
3. Knowin Japanese is a bit advantageous.

Eligibility: CPI > 7.5

Shortlisting Criteria:

Online test with programming question. Two papers with 20-30 questions each, medium difficulty. Time limit - 1 hour.

Interviews:

Three personal interviews in which programming questions were asked and the whole code was to be written.

General Tips:

Practice programming questions from GeeksforGeeks, TopCoder, CodeChef.

Eligibility: CSE(CPI > 8.5)

Shortlisting Criteria:

1. People who had prior experiences(projects, Internships) in their field are given preference.
2. Different Profiles: Machine Learning, Cryptography, Security, etc.

Process Details:

1. Form Submission.
2. Resume Upload.
3. Telephonic Interview: Questions based on the work that you have done in the respective field. Some knowledge base is expected.

General Tips:

1. Have some knowledge of the field you wish to apply to.
2. If you are really interested in research in a particular field, then MSR provides you with the best opportunity.

Eligibility: CSE (CPI > 6.0)

Selection Criteria:

On the basis of resume.

Preferred Interests:

1. Gaming
2. Web Designing
3. Graphic Designing

Eligibility: EE, CSE

Shortlisting Criteria:

1. CPI > 7.0 for EE
2. CPI > 6.5 for CSE

Process Details:

1. Aptitude Test: 1 hour mainly verbal type.
2. Programming Test: 3 questions in one hour (ESC 101 type questions)
3. In the programming test, functions were already created, we had to create the variables and write code applying the logic.

Preparation:

1. For programming test revise ESC101 and practice some questions.
2. For aptitude tests, practice online.

General Tips:

1. Time and speed matters so give some time on practice.
2. Last year, approximately 40 students were selected.

Eligibility: EE, CSE, AE (CPI > 7.0)

Profiles Offered:

1. Development Profile
2. Research Profile

Shortlisting Criteria:

Students with CPI > 8.0 were preferred.

Selection Process:

1. Short write up on "Why do you want to join Siemens?" 2. Resume Short listing.
3. Interview Round-1: Algorithm questions related to Data Structures were asked. Some questions were tough. But same questions were asked from every student. For research profile questions were asked from Machine Learning as well. Some questions were also copied from www.geeksforgeeks.org.
4. Interview Round-2: A google doc was shared with students with some questions to be coded. The students had to just write code. Questions on merge sort implementation and standard library implementation were asked.
5. No HR round.

Preparation:

1. Revise Data Structures and Algorithms.
2. Research profile students whould also revise Machine Learning.

General Tips:

1. Solving algorithm based problems on www.geeksforgeeks.org will be very helpful.
2. The book "Cracking the Coding Interview" is also very useful, not only for Siemens but for other programming companies.

Eligibility: CSE, CE

Shortlisting Criteria:

1. Based on resume.
2. CPI > 8.0 preferred.

Interviews:

One technical interview of about half an hour.Questions were asked on
1. Summer Project.
2. Some basic concept of python programming language.
3. Some easy puzzles.

General Tips:

1. Prepare python programming language.
2. Puzzles are generally easy but prior practice helps.
3. Questions on GPS are asked, so good knowledge of it is a plus point.

Eligibility: CSE, EE (CPI > 7.0)

Shortlisting Criteria:

Mostly students from EE department were selected.

Interview Process:

1. Test: The test was based on ESC201(mainly filters and opamps). It was simple.
2. Technical Interview: Simple questions on capacitors and opamps were asked.
3. HR Interview(Telephonic): Resume should be well-versed. Questions were asked on projects, PORs. Some case studies were also given to check instant thinking process. Sample case study: How will you manage traffic all over India?

Preparation:

1. For Analog Design profile revise ESC201.
2. For Digital profile revise EE370.

Eligibility: CPI > 8.0(or ICPC Regionals Qualified)

Shortlisting Criteria:

Only people with CPI > 9.3 were shotlisted.

Interviews:

1. Interviews were telephonic, around 6-7 questions were asked, some were on previous projects.
2. Most questions were on logic puzzles, Data Structures and Algorithms, and Probability & Statistics.

General Tips:

Practice Puzzles.

Eligibility: Open to all.

Round 1:

Type: Resume based shortlisting.

Round 2:

1. Group Activity: 32 students were divided into groups of 8 and were asked to build a catapult with certain restrictions. Mainly the thought approach and group work was checked.
2. Group Discussion: Topics of group discussion were: To comment on the political scenario if axis powers had won the World War 2 and Best sector for investing other than oil and energy.

Round 3:

Personal Interview
1. Resume defending.
2. Current affairs and general knowledge on oil and energy sector.
3. Situation based questions.

General Tips:

1. Resume should be diverse and should be defended well.
2. Confidence, Leadership skills and spontaneity are the sought after qualities.
3. Be prepared to answer on what you have learnt from the projects and PORs.
4. Sports, PORs, and extra-curricular activities are a big plus.

Eligibility: EE, CSE, MTH

Shortlisting Criteria:

CPI based(CPI > 8.0)

Process Details:

1. Technical Round Interview: Questions on DS(Linked lists, Trees, etc.)
2. HR Interview: Questions like why do you want to join, waht do you know about Trimble, project description of the projects mentioned on resume.

Preparation:

1. C/C++, Data Structures and Algorithms.
2. Thoroughly go through resume and make sure you know everything in detail about the projects mentioned on resume.

General Tips:

1. Be confident and present yourself nicely.
2. Revise basic concepts of C and DS.

Eligibility: Open to all.

Shortlisting Criteria:

Based on resume and CPI > 5.5

Round 1:

Shortlisted students were divided into groups and GD was conducted, the GD topic being unconventional (basically five keywords were given like Portfolio, Market, Branding, etc.)

Round 2:

Again GD.

Round 3:

Interview round which had both technical and HR round. In technical round questions were asked regarding communication and network systems. The HR round was a bit challenging, questions were asked by creating situations which required preparation.

General Tips:

1. Be prepared for the HR round and also some basic knowledge of the technology behind the services of Vodafone is required.
2. Prepare for group discussions, as it is the filtering process for Vodafone.
3. Good communication skills are definitely required for GD's as well as the interview.

Eligibility: ME

Round 1:

Test: Basic technical and aptitude questions.

Round 2:

Resume Shortlisting
1. CPI > 7.0 is probably preferred but not explicitly mentioned.
2. Need to have good projects related to ME.

Round 3:

1. Questions related to basic departmental courses.
2. Extensive questions related to your project - theory, working, goals achieved, etc.

General Tips:

1. Prepare departmental courses properly.

Eligibility: CSE, EE (CPI > 7.0), other departments(CPI >: 8.5)

Process Details:

1. Programming Test(containing pointers and array mainly).
2. HR round.

General Tips:

Brush up your programming skills, generally focus on pointers, array, sorting, etc.

Eligibility: CPI > 9.0

Selection Criteria:

Based on resume.

General Tips:

Prepare the projects and internships mentioned in the resume.