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Bosch Assistant manager interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for Assistant manager role at Bosch
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Interview Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Round 2

Test

Duration
90 Minutes
Interview Experience
There was a test based shortlisting. The test was objective had two sections. The first section had 60 aptitude questions which were very easy and the time was 60 minutes. The second section was technical(core) which had 30 questions which needed to be answered in 30 minutes. 

This sections had 3-4 questions from important topics like Strength of Materials, Fluid Mech, Man Tech, KDOMS ,DOME, etc
Round 3

Interview

Interview Experience
The company wanted to acquire members for Manufacturing and R&D. The interviewer asked me basic questions in Man Tech like different types of Manufacturing (conventional and non-conventional). As I told him that I was interested in automobiles, he asked me about the engine and its parts, their materials, etc. A CAD drawing was shown to me to test the basic symbols like roughness parameters, etc.
Round 4

Interview

Interview Experience
It was like a normal HR round with nothing radical. Basic preparation to questions like tell me about yourself, biggest achievement, strengths,weakness, etc is enough. Confidence is another important aspect they were looking for.
Skills

Skills Tested

    Skill Tips
    Brushed up basics of all mechanical courses and prepared for HR questions. It is better to target certain companies,prepare according to each, rather than going for every company that appears on the portal. I prepared from GATE book which covers almost all topics. The lectures from placement preparation website also helped. The aptitude questions were very easy and basic quant preparation is sufficient. As I didn't write CAT, had to adjust to the time limit in the written tests. It is better to practice quant papers for improving the speed. GATE book and placement preparation website were sufficient for core fundaes. Had GDs with wingmates.
    Resources

    Preparation materials

    Books
    • GATE Books,
    General Tips
    Started my preparation in October but never really took off until November. It may help immensely to start early because as placements draw close, it may be tough to find time to study decently owing to tests and ppts. Also, I didn't prepare for non-core companies, but wrote the tests to improve my experience and speed in quant.
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    Bosch Assistant manager interview

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    AnonymousFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus for Assistant manager role at Bosch
    Interview Process
    Resume Shortlist Technical Interview HR Interview
    Round 1

    Resume Shortlist

    Interview Experience
    I had to meet HR to say that my resume suited their profile. Then the short listing was done based on CGPA from standard X as well as the resume.
    Interview Tips
    Resume should match their profile.
    Round 2

    Technical Interview

    Interview Questions
    • Question 1: questions from microcontrollers
    Interview Experience
    The duration was for 45-50 mins. I was asked regarding various projects that I have listed in resume, lot many questions from C, microcontrollers (since the profile is for embedded design) and one puzzle.
    Interview Tips
    Brush up everything from basics to advanced topics such as C, microcontrollers, mechatronics, analog and digital circuits, control systems, signal processing.
    Round 3

    HR Interview

    Interview Questions
    • Question 1: “What is the name of the person who took your technical interview?”
    • Question 2: Why Bosch?
    • Question 3: Full form of RBEI
    • Question 4: Why this post?
    • Question 5: If I get offer somewhere else what would I prefer?
    • Question 6: Family back ground?
    • Question 7: What do my friends say about me?
    • Question 8: Difference between hard working and smart working
    • Question 9: Role model?
    • Question 10: What motivates you to work?
    • Question 11: What is your achievement in life?
    • Question 12: Did you go through company website? Various areas where Bosch is into?
    • Question 13: Name of the person who gave pre-placement-talk?
    • Question 14: What are you looking for in this job?
    • Question 15: location preference
    • Question 16: plan of higher studies
    Interview Experience
    My friends helped me in conducting a mock interview to me before the interview. It was really helpful.
    Interview Tips
    A mock interview will also be very helpful.
    Skills

    Skills Tested

    • Microcontroller
    • C Language
    • Project skills of resume
    Skill Tips
    it is good to take out time every day and prepare for the placements.
    General Tips
    Start brushing up basics. All the subjects in BTech level, Concepts in C and aptitude. Then<br />
    prepare well related to every word in the resume. A mock interview will also be very helpful.
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    Bosch Assistant manager interview

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    AnonymousFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus for Assistant manager role at Bosch
    Interview Process
    Test Interview
    Round 1

    Test

    Interview Experience
    CGPA cut-off: 7. The test had two parts. The level of the questions in the first part was very easy and do not require GRE or CAT skills. It had questions on verbal ability (readinc comprehension and vocabulary) and Math (time- work problems, arithmetic, percentages etc). The second part had questions related to Mechanical Engineering. It was slightly tough having a wide range of questions from Kinematics, design of machine elements, fluids , and thermodynamics .However, one can easily crack the test.
    Interview Tips
    Don’t leave the questions unaswered as there is no negative marking.
    Round 2

    Interview

    Interview Experience
    Around 60 students were shortlisted for the interview .There was only one round of interview which had both HR and technical questions. The interviewers were very friendly. The interview went on for approximately forty minutes. They started by asking me about my hometown, family, interests etc. Few question were: “Tell me about yourself”, “Describe your hometown”, “Why do u want to join Bosch and what do you know about it”, “Why won’t you go for MS or PhD”. The rest of the interview process was about the projects and internships and a few basic concepts of Mechanical Engineering. Each student was asked questions from different topics depending on the projects he was involved in. Basic questions I was asked : “What is casting”, “What is forming”, “How is a gear manufactured”, “What is the profile oF the gears used and why”. Apart from these, afew things about CRDi technology were asked.
    Interview Tips
    Being a part of technology events in the hall will help a lot during the interview process. Google about ABS, CRDi, bearings, gears etc and study the “Thermodynamic cycles” from any thermodynamics book before the interview. Be confident.Never create an impression that you are a research orientated guy and will be going for MS or PhD. Do not panic. Do not try to bluff - they are experienced people and will find it out. Prepare very thoroughly about the projects. Learn about recent developments in the automobile sector (any technology developed by Bosch). Always smile .
    Skills

    Skills Tested

      General Tips
      Having a CGPA>8 will enhance your chances. In mechanical, almost all the students who got selected had a CGPA of around 8.5. Mine was 8.4. However, Class X and Class XII percentages do not matter.<br />
      Internships in automobile industries definitely help. My sophomore intern was at Tata Motors Ltd. which caught the interviewer’s attention. The interview was guided by the project done by me at Tata Motors. Having a few academic projects also helps. Generally, they ask about projects mentioned in the CV. So, it’s better to be prepared about any project you may have done. Knowledge of the auto-sector is a must. Learn about recent developments in this sector.
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      Bosch Assistant manager interview

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      AnonymousFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus for Assistant manager role at Bosch
      Interview Process
      Resume Shortlist Group Discussion Test Group Activity HR Interview Technical Interview
      Round 1

      Resume Shortlist

      Interview Experience
      The initial shortlisting was done on CGPA and a test. I had 7.64/10 as my CGPA.
      Round 2

      Group Discussion

      Interview Experience
      There was no Group Discussion.
      Round 3

      Test

      Test Sections
      • Section 1: Test1: Quant+Reasoning+Verbal Ability
      • Section 2: Test2: Technical test ( thermodynamics, heat transfer, strength of materials, kinematics, industrial engineering, mantech, turbomachines )
      Interview Experience
      It was an online test. 

      Test1: 1hr Test2: 30min
      Round 4

      Group Activity

      Interview Experience
      There was no group activity.
      Round 5

      HR Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: 1)Tell me about yourself
      • Question 2: 2) Why Bosch?
      • Question 3: 3) Why should i hire you?
      • Question 4: 4) Strengths and Weakness?
      • Question 5: 5) What will you do if a member of a group doesn't work?
      • Question 6: 6) What if your boss doesn't help u?
      Interview Tips
      Be confident in the HR round.
      Round 6

      Technical Interview

      Interview Tips
      Be perfect on the projects and intern described in the resume.
      Skills

      Skills Tested

        Skill Tips
        I think I got selected because of my confidence and my performance in both the rounds. Also, projects related to manufacturing sector will help u in the interview. <br /> <br /> Test1: CAT preparation is sufficient.<br /> Test2: GATE book, notes and slides from mechanical google site(created by sumit patil)<br /> HR prep: Get to know about the various type of HR questions(many files in LAN)<br /> <br /> Notes and slides from mechanical google site (created by sumit patil) helped a lot
        Resources

        Preparation materials

        Books
        • GATE books,
        General Tips
        SoM, IC engines, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, Mantech, TurboMachinery are to be focused upon.<br />
        1) Quant Skills : Speed and accuracy. <br />
        2) GD prep : conducted GD among ur friends and classmates<br />
        3) Interview : Be confident and cool.<br />
        4) Resume : Keep it to 1 page and prepare well.
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        Bosch Get ( graduate engineer trainee ) interview

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        GIRIRAJ TCFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Surathkal for Get ( graduate engineer trainee ) role at Bosch
        Interview Process
        Test Technical Interview HR Interview
        Round 1

        Test

        Test Sections
        • Section 1: ONLINE APTITUDE TEST
        Round 2

        Technical Interview

        Round 3

        HR Interview

        Skills

        Skills Tested

        Skill Tips
        Study all Basic core subjects Revise all equations and its applications Be through with all physical laws Be confidant with your answer(Interviewer may confuse you) Don't get afraid during interview If you don't know the answer tell frankly Google about the company before you go to the Interview.
        Resources

        Preparation materials

        Books
        • R S Aggarwal Quantitative and Verbal and Non-Verbal Aptitude,
        • GATE Books,
        General Tips
        Robert Bosch is one of the leading core company.Although pay package is less at initial stage there is opportunity for career progression in Bosch. Basically one should be through on core subjects(BET & ATD,FM,MOM,DMD,MSM,SOM,BMP & MT,MDV,HT,ADMC,CAE) .Elective courses are not of much importance during placements.Keep memorizing and understand the basic equations and physical laws.Internship and major project is very much important.Keep solving basic aptitude problems.During online test it is most important that how fast you can solve problems than others.Find shortest ways to solve problems faster than others.Fastness comes only with Practice.<br />
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        Bosch Assistant manager interview

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        AnonymousFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus for Assistant manager role at Bosch
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test Interview Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Experience
        Initial shortlisting was done on the basis of resume submission. I got a CGPA of 8.20/10.
        Round 2

        Test

        Duration
        45 min Minutes
        Interview Experience
        There was an online Logical , Quants & Technical test
        Interview Tips
        I didn't. I used educated guesses to sneak through. It would have helped if I would have revised KDOMS, some Stress/Strain Equations, and Basic Engineering Drawing Techniques.
        Round 3

        Interview

        Interview Experience
        There were two rounds of interviews ;50 mins Tech, 25 mins HR. They asked about Engineering Drawing, the work I did at my 6 months intern, my stint as a Coord and Core, a few questions on my perception of fair play and honesty, what would I do in my first 30 days if the company recruits me? In short, the tech round was more like a pseudo HR round for me.
        Round 4

        Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: My interests, apart from acads....
        • Question 2: Where I see myself in 5 years...?
        • Question 3: What kind of job will excite me..?
        • Question 4: If I would like to prefer one city over the other..?
        • Question 5: And a few other questions
        Interview Tips
        I had attended several other interviews before this one that helped. I had asked a few of my friends to conduct mock interviews for me. So was reasonably well prepared (at least for the HR part). I was pretty straightforward and honest in my answers. I remember I got pretty sentimental talking about honesty, and that perhaps worked in my favour.
        Skills

        Skills Tested

          Skill Tips
          Projects give us an edge during the interviews. You will have sufficient stuff to talk about.
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          Bosch Hardware design engineer interview

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          Bharadwaj LingamFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Surathkal for Hardware design engineer role at Bosch
          Interview Process
          Test Technical Interview HR Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Test Sections
          • Section 1: Online test
          Interview Experience
          Very basic Questions on Electronics and some Aptitude Questions stuffed with a few questions on c,c++ and Java . One can go through the Test easily if he/she is good at the basics ( Digital electronics , transistors , 8085 Processor Basics ) .
          Round 2

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          First is to specify your area of Interest . you will be tested completely on that . Since mine is hardware design profile , they asked me questions on very basic electronics like diodes, transistors, Mosfets , Opamps , Integrators, Current Mirrors , Differential Amplifiers . They just test how Confident you are . Interview happened for 45 mins .
          Round 3

          HR Interview

          Interview Experience
          3 min Interview with the HR . Just be very confident and praise Bosch.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          Skill Tips
          Just be thorough with the Basics and most Important thing is to be very specific and clear about your area of Interest .<br />
          General Tips
          Be confident during the Interviews . If aiming for hardware design ( Automobile Electronics ) be thorough with the basics of Analog and Digital Electronics .
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          Bosch Get interview

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          AnonymousFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus for Get role at Bosch
          Interview Process
          Test Other Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Interview Experience
          There just about 45 students who wrote the initial screening test, I think 20 got through.
          Round 2

          Other Interview

          Interview Experience
          Then, it was the interview round. They focused mainly on Control Systems, since the profile included designing embedded control for the various fuel injectors, carburetors and stuff. Easy enough, they did not go very deep into the subject and most of the interview was simple conversation.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

            Skill Tips
            I did not refer any material specifically for placements, but GRE preparation helped a lot. Also, I had attended ~8 interviews prior and was filled with irrational confidence when I went for the interview. Perhaps, they noticed.
            General Tips
            I suppose one thing I did not do is to tell them that you really want the job. There was a question where they asked me if I was ready to guarantee that I would stay at Bosch for at least 3 years and I had said no. This led to them asking if I intended to pursue higher studies and this is something you would like to avoid. Not really exhausting or anything, I felt the whole process (one interview) was simple and not at all exhausting.
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            Bosch Get interview

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            AnonymousFresherSelected
            Application
            I was interviewed on-campus for Get role at Bosch
            Interview Process
            Test Other Interview Group Discussion
            Round 1

            Test

            Interview Experience
            Round I was an Online Test, 30 students were selected
            Interview Tips
            Once you are through the tests, the next few rounds are a breeze. In my opinion the company is not looking for the best students, rather it knows that most students can adapt to the required roles with time and training. So I feel that their only concern is that they find candidates willing to stay there for sufficient enough time till their investment in the candidate pays off. So whatever you say to the interviewers please keep this at the back of your head. This includes them asking about your [plans for the future].
            Round 2

            Other Interview

            Interview Experience
            Round II was the Interview, around 10-12 students got selected.
            Interview Tips
            They will ask you about your resume and I feel they can tell the difference between a silly classroom project and some real work that you have done. But again its all about how you sell it. Go into the depths of it and convince them that your project is legitimate. Most questions I faced at this stage, were related to my resume. My advice keep it short, don't fill the pages.
            Round 3

            Group Discussion

            Interview Experience
            The  final round was a group discussion.
            Interview Tips
            The GD if you make it through is the real clincher. For me to dominate in my GD was cake walk. I was always a good speaker and I easily dominate. I feel that is what convinced them the most.
            Skills

            Skills Tested

              Skill Tips
              To be honest, at the time I appeared for this company, my technical knowledge was very limited and I did not feel I was adequately prepared in the least. The tests usually have an aptitude or English sections. If your technical knowledge is limited, concentrate on these aspects. They are much easier to pick up and combined with CAT or GRE preparations, you should be able to score comfortably high on these sections.(and be assured, most people are in your state)
              General Tips
              My placement experience from my point of view was a joke. It does not test anything nor is it a reward for effort system. All the company sees you is a void entity they can fit into the system.They don't care about your extracurriculars, sports, quizzing ability, music, etc etc.They will look at your pointer to gauge if you can do work. Then they will take everything you say to gauge if you will stay at their company and be a worthy investment.Well in the beginning I felt quite apprehensive and I found the whole process daunting. I felt I couldn't survive the competition of my batchmates. I felt I was not adequately prepared for the tests. And looking at the sample questions really demotivated me. My advice- Don't do what I did at the beginning. Just go sit for the company regardless of rhyme or reason.
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              Bosch Get interview

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              AnonymousFresherSelected
              Application
              I was interviewed on-campus for Get role at Bosch
              Interview Process
              Test Technical Interview HR Interview
              Round 1

              Test

              Interview Experience
              Online test (apti+tech).
              Round 2

              Technical Interview

              Interview Experience
              2 rounds of tech interview.
              Round 3

              HR Interview

              Interview Experience
              Finally one HR interview.
              Skills

              Skills Tested

                Skill Tips
                Check the company's website (in my case, they had sent a link), which will help you know what exactly they are looking for. You can strengthen your skills in that area for a better chance. Answer HR carefully, be careful not to say anything that will show you in poor light.
                Resources

                Preparation materials

                Books
                • Gate books,
                • MOM,
                • MDV,
                • ACE,
                General Tips
                It was not my first company placement procedure, so anxiety was lesser (because of familiarity), but it was largely satisfying. They will let you know where ypy stand during the interview itself.
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