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l applied for TCS-NQT Exam on June-23 through my college’s placement section. This TCS-NQT exam was only for selected colleges. The TCS-NQT exam was conducted on the 3rd of June 2022.
The eligibility criteria for this drive included:
Round 1 – Online Assessment Test
This round was a remote/on-site computer-based test for 3 hours
Input: 00110101 Output: de Explanation: Input size n = 8, so there will be two characters in the output string. Taking first group, i.e, 0011: The first '0' tells us that the character lies between 'a' and 'h' The second '0' tells us that the character lies between 'a' and 'd' The third '1' tells us that the character lies between 'c' and 'd' The fourth '1' tells us that the character is 'd' Taking first group, i.e, 0101: The first '0' tells us that the character lies between 'a' and 'h' The second '1' tells us that the character lies between 'e' and 'h' The third '0' tells us that the character lies between 'e' and 'f' The fourth '1' tells us that the character is 'f'
2. Find the reverse of a number
Although I was able to solve both the questions, due to an error in the software, only the second one got submitted.
Read through the instructions carefully before attempting the questions.
I was selected for the Ninja Profile and my interview was held on 16th July 2022.
Round 2 – Interview Round
The interview process generally consists of three rounds, i.e. Technical Round, Managerial Round, and HR Round. The final number of rounds depends on the interviewer panels taking the interview. For me, they decided to merge all the rounds into one round, which had me worried at first.
The interview started with the Technical Interviewer asking me about myself and my favorite technologies. I told him C, C++, Basic Java, and Python. Seeing that I know basic Java he jumped at asking me questions related to Java, such as:
He then turned to questions based on Computer Networks like:
He then asked me about my projects and internships. He asked me basic questions on them to see if I understood what I was doing.
Then the HR Interviewer started asking me questions that are typical HR round questions such as:
Then the Technical Interviewer asked me one last aptitude-based question on how would you make 4 triangles with 6 matchsticks.
Although I was able to answer many questions, I was still not confident of getting selected. Neverthless after a week, I got an email from my college Placement section saying that I was selected for Ninja Profile.