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Questionnaire Glimpse
Of
2014-15
Campus Hiring

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Department wise list of campus recruiters

Company

Civil

ECE

CSE

AAA
Altametrics

EE

Mechanical

Altran
Amazon

Aricent

CSC

Dell

Cognizant

Emerson

Fiserv

Flipkart

Kent RO

KION

HCL Tech
IBM

L&T
Mitsubishi
Elevator

Mother Dairy

NIIT Tech

PWC

NCR

RMSI

Rudra Buildwell

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Company

Civil

ECE

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CSE

EE

Mechanical

Shapoorji Palonji
Shindler

SIEMENS

Sona Koyo

Steria
TATA Power
Uday Homz

VNL
Top Surveying

Apaar Infratech

OTS

Mastech

Milltec.M
Sleepwell
AIS Glass

Grid Infocom

Industry buying

Damco Group

Leeway hertz

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Table of Index
S No.

Topic

Page No.

Questions asked from Civil


Engineering Students

5-8

Questions asked from Computer


Science & Engineering Students

9-16

Questions asked from Electrical


Engineering and Electronics &
Communication Engineering Students

17-21

Questions asked from Mechanical


Engineering Students

22-24

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GLIMPSE OF QUESTIONS ASKED IN


CAMPUS RECRUITMENT PROCESS FOR
CIVIL ENGINEERING STREAM
In Civil Engineering stream, the process starts with Group Discussion (GD) round.
It is followed by oneonone technical interview. The selected students are then
called for the HR round.
Technical Questions:
1. What is your favorite subject?
2. What are the types of loads acting on a building?
3. What is propped cantilever?
4. What is Concrete Technology?
5. What is Transportation, Surveying etc.?
6. How do you decide alignment of a road?
7. What will you do in case you encounter a soil of insufficient soil bearing
capacity and how? Explain.
8. What is the minimum time needed for removing formwork of different
components of building?
9. What is a transient curve?
10.What are the different components in a beam column joint and how are
they designed?
11.What is super-elevation and how is it designed?
12.Questions from concrete technology:
i. Variation of compressive strength of concrete with age of concrete and
with admixtures.
ii. Different types of admixtures.
iii. Define light weight concrete.
iv. Which concrete is more useful when there is more Sulphur content in the
environment?
v. Questions on pre-stressed concrete.
13.Questions from transportation:
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i. What is water bound macadam?


ii. Softening point of bitumen.
iii. Width of an urban road with double lane.
iv. What is super elevation and how will you decide it?
v. Different kinds of pavements and widths.
14.Questions from Strength of materials:
Describe SFD and BMD.
15.Questions related to Solid Mechanics and Beam Column Reinforcement.
16.Question related to instruments used to find out angles of different figures.
17.Stress-Strain Curve.
18.Given the diameter and length of a steel bar, find the weight.
19.Questions related to Internships and projects undertaken were asked.
20.What amount of current passes through the overhead cables in the
university?
21.What is the unit of battery other than volts?
22.Circuit diagram of AC to DC converter.
23.SLD of the power-plant where I interned.
24.How do you measure Voltage and Current values of a HVDC line?
25.Questions were related to
i. Fluid Machinery
ii. Pressure
iii. Pneumatics
iv. Material Science
v. SOM
vi. Manufacturing Science
26.Questions from Power plant Engineering
i. Types of turbines
ii. Rankine cycle explanation
27.Questions were:
i. What is the tool used in lathe made of and its composition?
ii. Types of welding
28.Why is the Taj Mahal very stable even though it is very close to the Yamuna
River? Wont it be affected by the high water table level surrounding the
area?

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29.You are building a one-storey residential building but you only have a small
store room provided for your construction where you can keep only limited
amount of construction materials. How would you efficiently store your
materials?
30.What kind of foundation and what depth of that foundation will you give
for a 2 storey commercial building?
31.If A weighs 20kgs, B weighs 15kgs and C weighs 10kgs, what will be the
combined weight of the three?
32.The interviewer drew a sketch of a house and asked me about the ceiling
which is the MAIN reinforcement bar.
33.What is the percentage of bitumen in the bitumen mix design?
34.Minimum number of times a roller should be allowed to roll on the road.
35.What is the density of aggregate?
Group Discussion topics:
Discussion time: 10 minutes
1. Does good prevail over evil? Take your stance.
2. Is winning everything? Why? Why not?
HR Questions:
1. Tell us about yourself.
2. Tell us about your family.
3. Where do you live?
4. Do you have a problem with relocating your base?
5. Why do you want to join this company?
6. Any plans for higher studies? If yes, then what? If not, then why?
7. Do you want to join the government sector or the private sector? Why?
8. What are your long term goals?
9. What are your hobbies?
10.List out your strengths and weaknesses.
11.Which fields are you interested in? (Quality Management, Surveying, etc.)
12.Why did you choose this university even though you are from Chennai?
13.Which is your favorite subject and why?
14.What/Who is your inspiration?
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15.What were the different courses that you were exposed to in this program?
16.How many hours can you work at a stretch without getting bogged down?
17.Why did you choose Civil as your engineering major and what and how do
you plan to give back to the society?
Preparation tactics:
1. Focus on the basic concepts of technical subjects especially Transportation,
Geotechnical Engineering, Surveying, Strength of materials, RCC, concrete
technology, Structural, etc.
You need to be confident during the group discussions and personal
interviews.
2. Thorough technical knowledge and good communication skills pave the way
for the job. Be confident and honest while answering the questions.
3. Reading thoroughly about the company by going through their website is
very helpful in predicting the kind of employee required by the organization.

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GLIMPSE OF QUESTIONS ASKED IN


CAMPUS RECRUITMENT PROCESS FOR
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STREAM
In Computer Science and Engineering stream, the process starts with an aptitude
test (written or online). The second round comprised of a JAM session. It is
followed by oneonone technical interview. The selected students are then
called for the HR round.
Online Test:
a) Type 1:
It included two programming questions and 20 MCQs regarding Database
Systems, Algorithms, Data Structures and Operating Systems.
b) Type 2:
It had 6 sections (Quant, Logical, Verbal, C++, Flowcharts and some other
section) with each section consisting of 15 questions. All the questions
were multiple choice. Total 90 questions to be solved in 90 minutes. There
was sectional cut-off; minimum no of questions had to be answered in each
section.
c) Type 3:
MCQ type Technical + Aptitude + Verbal Test consisting of 15-25 questions
in each section. Total time: 1 hr.
Online MCQ test: Duration of the test was 1 hour, and it had 3 sections:
i. English(basic comprehension, language)
ii. Aptitude(CAT styled to test analytical, reasoning skills)
iii. Technical(generic IT skills like C, data structures, operating system,
networking, etc.). No negative marking.
Written Test:
a) Type 1:
It had 2 sections, 2 hours
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Section A: 40 MCQs and 5 Programming.


Section B: 10 True or False with reasoning + 5 Short Answering type
questions on Data Mining and Machine Learning concepts.
b) Type 2:
Section 1: Quantitative Section- High school mathematics
Section 2: Verbal Section
Section 3: Logical
Section 4: Technical - Questions were asked from Database Systems,
Operating Systems, Semiconductor Devices, Algorithm complexity [This
part had the maximum number of questions].
Section 5: Essay writing on a topic (there were 4-5 options)
Technical Questions:
1. Write a program to perform level order traversal. Make appropriate
changes in the written code so that it prints a new line at the end of the
each level.
2. Write a program to check a loop in a singly linked list without using any
extra memory.
3. What is the biggest problem that you have faced and solved during any of
your projects? Is there a better solution for the same? If yes, then why did
you choose this solution over the best one?
4. Candidate was required to give the best solution complexity wise (time and
space) of the problems stated below.
i) Traversal and search through a modified binary tree, as in, the numbers
were arranged in increasing order except for one position.
ii) Related to reversing a linked list with a given condition.
5. Technical questions pertaining to Software Engineering, OS, DBMS,
Networks, Software Engineering, Algorithms, Data Structures and Computer
Architecture were asked.
6. Write a recursive program to reverse a singly linked list.
7. How to access the least element in the stack with O (1) time complexity
there is no Memory limit.
8. What is a dead lock?
9. What is dynamic programming?
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10.Problem: A maze problem wherein there is a matrix and the user has to go
from top left corner to the bottom right corner. The user could only move
right or down. Also, assumption was made that each node had a weight
assigned to it and thus, the user had to reach the destination with the least
possible sum of distances.
11.Problem: Sum of distance from one point downhill to the other point after
covering the downhill and uphill of various mountains in random order.
(Given data: base length)
12.Which language do you prefer C, C++, Java, C# or any other?
13.Is it possible to run a program of size 2GB in a 500MB RAM? If yes, how do
we do, and write the code in C# to do the same.
14.Without using a database or server files or any other temporary csv, text
files, etc., how else will you implement the functionalities of a database for
a Windows Phone app?
15.Tell me some commands that are used in Windows PowerShell.
16.In C#, other than int, what are the other data-types available to store a
number?
17.Suppose you are given lots of numbers to work on, write a code in C# which
will fix the numbers to just 2 decimal places by rounding off the others
decimal places.
18.Write a one line code in C# to count the number of words in a given string.
19.Define Data Abstraction, Polymorphism, Inheritance and Encapsulation.
20.Explain DFS and BFS, Queue and Stack.
21.Define data-type.
22.Tell us about a program code that you wrote and that you are proud of.
23.Questions based on projects, internships and resume.
24.Coding questions such as Fibonacci sequence, Tower of Hanoi.
25.Questions on OOPS concepts, Encapsulation, concepts in C++ like friend
class, Algorithms and SQL.
26.An SQL query to retrieve name and id of an individual from a given table.
27.Difference between class and object.
28.Different types of sorting and which one has the best efficiency in terms of
time.
29.Tell us about your inclination towards finance in spite of being a CS student.
30.Explain the steps involved in Data mining.
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31.What is Database Normalization? Why do we need to normalize a


Database?
32.What are the different types of Database Anomalies?
33.What are the different types of Joins? Explain.
34.What is a functional dependency? Types of functional dependencies?
35.What is thrashing? What is a page fault? Difference between them.
36.Some basic SQL queries.
37.Some basic C concepts and 2 basic C programs.
38.What is Software Development Life Cycle?
39.Why CSE?
40.Explain different phases of SDLC and what is testing?
41.A real life project scenario was given and the student was asked to design
the proper structure of the project.
42.What is Analytics?
43.What is Normalization?
44.What is a foreign key and a candidate key?
45.Write SQL queries based on foreign keys.
46.What is the difference between Data Analytics and Data Mining?
47.What is the difference between Statistics and Data Mining?
48.What all regression and classification techniques that you are aware of?
49.K-Nearest Neighbor analysis, linear regression analysis, and Bayesian
method analysis.
50.The questions were linked like taking into account the concept of function
pointers, implement the same for an automata and how it would look in a
compiler.
51.Basic Operating System concepts, few basic questions on Digital Electronics,
checking the concepts of Data Structures, etc.
52.Discussion on a scenario of selling a product which the company has
manufactured with some conditions mentioned.
53.Questions on MySQL.
54.Questions on Sorting Algorithms, Page rank algorithms, text mining, and
data analytics.
55.Discussion regarding my views on certain corporate values and team work.
56.Logic behind the Fibonacci sequence, Pascal's triangle and conception of
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57.You have mentioned networks in your resume, so how did you use it in a
mobile application?
58.List all the layers in the OSI model.
59.Explain any two applications that you have developed.
60.Tell me about your internship experience. What is your favorite subject?
What is your favorite programming language?
61.List down all the CS subjects that you have learnt in the last 2 years briefly
and what did you gain out of it?
62.What is foreign key and primary key, referential integrity constraint?
Fundamental definitions in DBMS were asked.
63.Why is JAVA important? What makes it different from other languages?
64.Basic questions like how to add column, rows in a table?
65.How to add delete elements or columns or rows?
66.Some basic definitions of SQL.
67.HTML Basics
i. How to add an image?
ii. Types of tags-marquee scroll.
68.Questions related to queries.
69.What is the use LIMIT function in SQL?
70.What is the difference between DELETE, DROP and TRUNCATE?
JAM Session:
Jam session for 5 minFew topics like youth empowerment, women empowerment, India-cultural
heritage, higher secondary education board in India, T20 match or an ODI,
hard work or smart work, what are the areas in your region or locality you
would like the government to develop were given.
Grammar, pronunciation and overall knowledge were checked.
HR Questions:
1. HR round questions were tricky. It was based on an airplane that wanted to
circle the earth but even with full tank, it could only move half the distance.
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Assuming that they had a technology that could fuel the plane midair by
using another plane and that there exists only one runway on the entire
planet, how many planes are required to enable at least one plane to circle
the earth?
2. Very standard questions about myself, family, work location.
3. Job location preferences.
4. Why SNU?
5. Discussion on internships and projects.
6. Why our company?
7. Why should I hire you?
8. What are your Strengths?
9. Some Simple puzzles.
10. Are you flexible with any work location?
11.Why Engineering?
12.Can you relocate?
13.Are you flexible to 24*7 shifts?
14.Can you manage with the CTC that we are offering?
15.What would you do if you are trained in some technology but at the end
you are asked to work on some other?
16.Any doubts?
17.Are you fine with heavy work load, because you are going to be competing
with MBAs.
18.What are your areas of interest?
19.What locations do you prefer?
20.Tell me a little about your family.
21.Why do you want to join our company?
22.How can you grow well with us?
23.What if the department you would want and that what you get are
different?
24.How will you benefit by working for this company?
25.What are your location preferences?
26.How many petrol bunks do you think are required in place like Dadri?
Why?
27.How many petrol bunks do you think are required in a place like Noida
Sector 16? Why?
28.Who is the Vice President of India?
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29. Have you heard of AAP? What is the latest news about AAP?
30. Where is PM Narendra Modi at present?
31.Tell me something that we Indians should be proud of, on the notes of
recent achievement in sports.
32.Tell me some special food item that you get only in your hometown.
33.What is your favorite food item at SNU?
34.Give me a good reason for your low CGPA.
35.Talk about WHITE for one minute, but not as a color.
36.What do you think is more important career or money?
37.Why should we hire you?
38.Why do you want to join our company which is completely different from
your background?
Preparation tactics:
1. Relate your answers and descriptions about previous projects
and internships to any of the leadership principles because organizations
value them a lot.
2. Practice programming as much as you can. For programming practice refer
to Hackerearth, hackerrank, codechef, geeksforgeeks and topcode websites.
3. Practical questions were asked for which students had to write down codes
with improved complexities. Practice coding and improve problem-solving
skills.
4. Have thorough knowledge of the core CS subjects.
5. Prepare the Basics and go through the questions asked frequently in
interviews.
6. Keep practicing everything that you have learnt during your internships.
7. Be calm and relaxed and revise your basics. Being confident and good
communication skills certainly help.
8. Read about the company before the interview.
9. Revise the basic concepts of C, C++, HTML, Digital Electronics, Data Mining
and Computer Architecture.
10.Prepare the basics of SQL before the interview.

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GLIMPSE OF QUESTIONS ASKED IN


CAMPUS RECRUITMENT PROCESS FOR
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS &
COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING STREAM
In Electrical Engineering and Electronics and Communications Engineering stream,
the process starts with an aptitude test (written or online). It is followed by one
onone technical interview. The selected students are then called for the HR
round.
Written Test:
Type 1:
Written aptitude test comprising of mathematics, verbal, reasoning, English and
Technical.
Type 2:
AMCAT based.
Type 3:
Purely technical. 50 questions, no negative marking.
Technical Questions:
1. Questions related to all core subjects like Digital Electronics, Power
Electronics, Control Systems, High Voltage Engineering, Basic Electrical
Engineering, Electrical machines were asked.
2. Questions regarding internships and projects were asked.
3. Sample questions :
i. How does an alternator work?
ii. What will happen if we give DC to a ceiling fan?
iii. What is the use of a J-K flipflop?
iv. What is Ferranti effect?
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4. GSM architecture
5. Programs in C:
i. How to reverse the single linked-list using recursion?
ii. One more program using pointers.
iii. Link List Insertion.
6. MatLab Questions:
i. Using only one instruction convert 1x5 matrixes into a new 2x5 matrix
whose 2nd row would be same as 1st row.
ii. Some basics operation on matrix.
7. What is the difference between threads and processes?
8. How a program is executed in CPU?
9. How to run multiple threads or processes in parallel?
10.How to schedule different processes in different operating system such as
Linux, Windows?
11.Explain the technical aspect of company i.e. to explain the product which
the company is manufacturing.
12.Program on stack (basic push and pop operations) and a program to reverse
a string and copy a string using pointers.
13.List the operating systems that you are aware of? What types of process
scheduling are used in these operating systems?
14.Questions on:
i. Channel Estimation in wireless.
ii. GSM modulation scheme, Gaussian Filter, Equation of Gaussian distribution.
iii. EDGE and GPRS standards.
iv. LTE air interface, MIMO technique, OFDM, Flat and Frequency selective
fading, Cyclic Prefix.
v. Basics DFT, Fourier Transform Equation.
vi. Pulse shaping Filter and its Use.
vii. Concept of negative frequency.
viii. Modulation and translation of lower frequency to higher frequency.
15.How to plot circle in CRO?
16.Make a complex signal in time domain from a real signal in time domain.
17.How to convert analogue data into I and Q form using QAM modulation?
18.What is a hydraulic press? What is the function of a coolant?
19.Difference between a motor and a generator.
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20.About the ac-ac, ac-dc drives, their functionality and use in forklifts?
21.Why are the batteries connected in series and not in parallel?
22.The questions ranged from thermal science (HMT, RAC) to engineering
mechanics (Finding COG). Finding center of pressure for submerged bodies,
scalar and vector quantities in the written exam
23.Questions on Engineering Drawing.
24.Questions about the transformers.
i. Five transformer accessories
ii. Instrument transformers
25.What is the role of Bucholz relay?
26.What is the function of a breather and a conservator tank?
27.Why do we use CT and PT?
28.Why cant we leave secondary side of CT open?
29.Why do you we use delta star starting method?
30.What is your favorite subject?
31.Questions based on:
i. Power system protection, Components and detailed description.
ii. Surge arrestors
iii. Circuit breakers
iv. Relays- working, types.
v. Difference between isolators, circuit breakers.
vi. Layout of power system protection.
vii. Single line diagram.
32.Questions based on:
i. Internship
ii. CV
iii. Final Year Project
39.What amount of current passes through the overhead cables in our
university?
40.What is the unit of battery other than volts?
41.Circuit diagram of AC to DC converter.
42.How do you measure Voltage and Current values of a HVDC line?
43.Questions from Fluid Mechanics and IC Engines.

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Group Discussion topics:


One of the topics was "Should the IPL be banned in light of all the controversies
surrounding it?"
HR Questions:
1. Give us the assurance that you will not leave this job.
2. Why don't you go for further studies since you have got a good CGPA?
3. If I appoint you as the CEO of our company and didn't pay you anything then
what would you choose?
4. Suppose if someone joins your group randomly and he is your family friend
then what will you do? Will you assign him work in the similar fashion as for
the rest of the team-mates or will you reduce his work load?
5. Basic introduction about myself, family background and the college.
6. Why should we select you?
7. Are you desperate for this job?
8. Since, you are a mechanical engineer then why should we hire you for a
sales position?
9. What was the cultural difference, you felt, between north Indians and south
Indians?(never take one side, give neutral views)
10.Do you like meeting new people?
11.Do you like travelling? Have you travelled before?
12.Why do you have a low CGPA?
13.Do you have problems regarding the bond?
14.Are you flexible in working at late shifts and distinct job locations?
15.They asked me questions like you will get a better opportunity in two years
and you will want to quit the company. So why should I hire you?
16.Tell us about your hobbies?
17.What do you know about the company and why do you want to join?
18.How did you manage to live in Delhi?
19.Where do you see yourself 5 years down the lane?
20.What can you do for this company?
21.What are your career goals/objectives?
22.What do you know about the company?
23.Are you open to relocating to any location?
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24.Why did you choose this university, in spite of being from Chennai?
25.Which is your favorite subject and why?
26.Any plans for higher studies?
27.Tell us about your inspiration?
Preparation tactics:
1. Give meaningful and justified answers. Please don't go for the answers on
the Internet (which could be wrong) and some random hypothetical
answers. Just be normal and give natural answers. This is what they want.
And in case you don't know the answer, then please say it clearly that I don't
know. Don't waste his time as well yours.
2. Revise basic communication subjects and electives, mobile communication,
communication networks, satellite communication signal system, DSP,
Wireless communication.
3. Prepare basic concepts of C, operating systems, database management
system, algorithms, etc.
4. A lot of questions were asked from resume. One must know what to talk if
questions were picked from resume.
5. Practice aptitude.
6. Show confidence while talking, good eye-contact, fluent English, well
dressed, clarity of mind.
7. Solve papers on websites like naukri.com and thoroughly prepare for
questions from internships.
8. Be confident and honest while answering the questions. Prepare well for the
written test which is a major component in the evaluation process. Good
communication skills and knowledge about the current affairs are of great
help.
9. Basic knowledge of all the core courses is required.

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GLIMPSE OF QUESTIONS ASKED IN


CAMPUS RECRUITMENT PROCESS FOR
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STREAM
In Mechanical Engineering stream, the process starts with an online aptitude test
(Technical + English questions). It is followed by oneonone technical interview.
The selected students are then called for the HR round.
Technical Questions:
1. Questions were from strength of materials.
2. What is a Carnot cycle?
3. What is thermal efficiency?
4. Define Reynolds number.
5. What are the five types of pumps, positive displacement pump, and gear
pump?
6. How do bearings fail?
7. What is the second law of thermodynamics?
8. Why cant we get 100% efficiency?
9. What are Indian boiler regulations codes?
10.What is a turbine and back pressure turbine?
11.How will you minimize a breakdown for a machine?
12.What is cooling time, cycle time?
13.Describe an Aerator, Evaporator.
14.What is the Calorie value of coal?
15.What are the different ways of minimizing the inventory?
16.How can you increase the efficiency of a plant?
17.Maintenance and breakdown of a machine
18.How would reduction in wattage affect production?
19.Principles of energy conservation.
20.Geothermal energy.
21.Boilers and types of boilers.
22.How to reduce electrical energy?
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23.Things to be noted in industry-assembly production.


24.Questions about the projects, internships and resume.
25.Questions based on various machining process like boring, drilling, milling.
26.Few questions asked were :
i. Difference b/w malleability and ductility.
ii. Graph for compressive load.
iii. Questions regarding machining and drilling operation on a job.
27.Explain Working of a diesel engine.
28.Function of exhaust in an engine.
29.Which is safer to work with LPG or CNG?
30.Questions were mostly from the field of automobiles and engines.
31.What is the difference between Diesel and petrol engine?
32.Some questions on various manufacturing processes.
33.What are the different types of engines?
34.Major difference between petrol and diesel engine.
35.Describe a 4 stroke and 2 stroke engines.
36.Thermodynamic laws.
37.How does heat exchange occur?
38.Questions were related to
i. Fluid Machinery
ii. Pressure
iii. Pneumatics
iv. Material Science
v. SOM
vi. Manufacturing Science
39.Technical questions based on my area of interest (Power plant
Engineering.)
i. Types of turbines
ii. Rankine cycle explanation
40.Questions were:
i. What is the tool used in lathe made of and its composition?
ii. Types of welding

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HR Questions:
1. General Questions about interest, hobbies, preferred location.
2. Why our company?
3. Tell us about yourself?
4. Tell us about your hobbies?
5. What project are you doing?How did you get the idea for the project?
6. What is honesty? What is integrity? Difference between them and which
among the two is important and why?
7. Most inspiring woman leader.
8. Dream/Goal in life.
9. Where do you see yourself 5 years down the lane?
10.Will you go for post-graduation?
11.What are your plans for the future?
12.Why this job profile and why this company?
13.What do your parents do?
14.How many siblings do you have and what do they do?
15.In which city are you based at?
16.Will you and your family be comfortable with the job location?
17.Questions were as such to test my knowledge about the company.
18.What are the courses that you did and which are the courses that you like?
Preparation tactics:
1. Good knowledge in basic subjects like Strength of material and Fluid
mechanics.
2. Confidence: The way you put forward your answers/opinion will make or
break your interview
3. Technical skills: Mandatory requirement for core industries. Make sure to
have a fundamental understanding of your subjects.
4. Revise basic concepts in Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and basic
functioning of motors and its types.
5. Study the company's profile before the interview.
6. Core knowledge in Strength of Materials and Manufacturing Science will
help a lot.
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