Round 1 Written Test
There was this online test which was divided into 4 sections of Quant, Logical, English and Technical.
English section was quiet easy. There were basic questions on Antonyms, Synonyms, Paragraph reading and Error Detection.
Logical section was also designed with simple ques just to test your basic logical skills. Questions were based on Directions,Series, Coding Decoding, Blood Relations etc.
Quant section was also designed to check your basic skills. Questions were simple and not that time consuming. You just need to put the right formula.
Then comes the Technical portion. It was designed to test your basic knowledge of what you have studied so far. Questions were from topics like Communication (both analog and digital), Microcontroller and processor, Networks, Analog electronics, Java based ques (output based, asking for error etc), Control system, Digital electronics etc.
Ques were not tough but rather given to test your very basic skills.
Make sure you are through with all concepts in quantitative, verbal and non-verbal. IndiaBix and many other sites have good online tests. Get good hands on practice as questions might be easy but could still test your speed.
For technical portion, just understand the basics of communication and core EC subjects.
Round 3 Technical Interview
This is the most important round. Here they check your technical and spoken skills.
So, let me start with mine.
As Wipro GMT was hiring for Telecom domain so I was expecting ques related to the topics from telecommunication and mobile communication.
I was waiting outside as my name called and there was this feeling sometimes termed as 'nervousness'. I went inside. Suddenly I felt that the ambience was not that horrible and I was feeling normal. There was only one panellist. He looked at me and offered me a handshake. He then asked me to sit.
He then discussed with me about my CGPA, my Xth and XIIth percentage and things mentioned in my CV.
There was this big lap (not that big) between my Xth and XIIth percentage and he caught that. He asked why that happened. I was expecting this. I told him that I did my coaching for IIT-JEE at Kota and there I lost some skills required for subjective writing as they teach objective approach.
Then he asked very basic ques that why would I want to join a Telecom based company. I said that it fascinates me to know how information and calls carried out from one mobile to another, how wi-fi works and how all this kind of stuff works. I said I my branch in Electronics and Communication and therefore I like the communications part.
He asked me which topic I prefer in telecom. I answered about my favourite topic. Luckily the whole discussion was centred on that only. We both had a healthy discussion. There were some points where I felt that I don't know the ans so I clearly said sorry (Don't hesitate to say sorry for you can't know all the things).
Then he asked about my minor projects and I explained that to him.
He was feeling satisfied.
In the end he then asked me if I had any ques for him.
Don't hesitate - take a few seconds to think before you speak! Feel free to ask the interviewer about any ambiguous or unclear information being asked in the question, instead of putting across the wrong answer.
All you need is confidence, fluency in communication, prompt and smart answers, basic technical knowledge (depends on the profile you choose), and a good body language that exhibit confidence.
Round 4 HR Interview
It was just a normal chat, didn't feel like I was giving a final round Interview.
Mostly it's like - Describe Yourself. Who is your idol and why? Why do you want to work at Wipro GMT? Would you mind if posted somewhere remote in India? Some questions were also raised from my CV like about Robotics and my Hobbies.
There is usually no right or wrong in HR questions - you should be able to justify your points. Gather atleast 30-40 questions that can be asked using a quick Google search, and take time to frame answers well in advance. Also, don't try to be witty with your answers because they are trying to test your patience and checking your attitude.
General Tips 1. Maintain a stronghold on your CV. Ensure that you are best at whatever you mentioned in it.
2. You need to be very confident in whatever you say. Take your time to answer question but refrain from fidgeting
3. Fluency in Communication
4. Just Be yourself
For any further help, don't hesitate to contact your seniors. We are here to help you with pleasure.
Key Skills Tested