Tips for Freshers to crack off-campus interviews
The crowd in off-campus placements is huge these days the reason could be either the college don’t have campus placements or the candidate might not be selected in the on-campus interview or maybe he didn’t clear the written exam. As the companies, students with good academics filtered out there due to fewer academics. These are reasons people don’t want to miss the off-campus placements.
Requirements to attend:
- Should not have active backlogs in academics
- Minimum 60% aggregate
- Good communication skills
- Basic knowledge of computer languages like C, C++, Java etc
- Written test
- Group discussion or JAM(Just a minute session)
- Technical Interview
- Personal interview
Written test pattern:
- Verbal questions
- Aptitude and Reasoning
- English questions
- Few technical questions
Few tips to clear off campus placements:
- It’s a good practice to check your emails regularly before bedtime.
- Be on time to the Interview.
- Read the questions very carefully before you answer. Always solve the easy questions first.
- Maintain a calm and relaxed composure during the interview; listen to the questions carefully before you answer.
- Always carry a smile throughout the interview process.
- Please review the academic project before you attend an interview.
- Know about the company by visiting their website and their social presence.
- Group discussion is not about the topic it’s more about the way you behave in a group.
- Say Thank you before you leave the HR room.
- Prepare fundamentals of your subjects, like C or JAVA (Any one language). Refresh or review SQL commands.
Common Interview Questions:
- Tell me about yourself?
- Your readiness for the job?
- Being an ECE and EEE student, why do you want to change your domain?
- Tell me some difficult situation in your life and how you dealt with that?
- What is your USP (Unique Selling Point) which makes you different from other applicants?
- Your strengths and weakness?
- What to ask, when an HR says… Do you have any questions?