Hi Guys, I am Rahul Gawale. I would like to share my experience and Persistent coding questions asked in Persistent Systems Ltd.
In the Persistent placement paper, first, there was an aptitude test of 60 marks time limit was 60 min. There is no negative marking, so you can attempt all the questions.
All objective questions were based on SE, DBMS, C, C++, OS, Software testing.
Seven aptitude questions were also there. You should have special skills for solving aptitude test questions.
You have to write two programs and one passage. Each program has 20 minutes and the passage is for 10 minutes.
There were two technical rounds.
Basically, you should be perfect in that, which you have mentioned in your resume. All questions will be based on that.
All C++, C, Java programming you must do the network programming, database, and file handling.
There may be questions like finding the name of persons from a table whose salary is the second highest?
Suppose table schema is emp(eid, ename, mngrid). Write a query to display the name of the manager with respect to every employee.
O(n), where n is the number of elements in the linked list.
Not necessary, you will be asked for the same questions. So always prepare yourself to solve the most common coding questions asked in the interview.
There were only two questions on Linux to me.
Because I have mentioned Linux in my resume. If you don’t mention in your resume maybe there will be no questions on Linux.
There will be only basic questions. To answer these questions, you have to get familiar with the basic Linux commands.
There will be one HR round for an interview.
If you perform well in the first technical interviews, you will get selected for HR directly.
Once you get into the HR round, you have a 90% chance of being selected.
HR is nominal. First, they will ask you about some common HR interview questions. Later, you have to speak five minutes on a topic they asked for or about your hobby.
One tip: If the interviewer expects some questions from you, it means they are likely to select you, you should ask questions.
Editor’s Note: Thanks, Rahul for sharing your experience and Persistent coding questions asked in the Interview. Hope this will help many preparing for Persistent. All the best for your future.