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Honeywell Senior engineer interview

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Abdul Sayeed KhanFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Senior engineer role at Honeywell
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist APTITUDE TEST Technical Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I was guided by placement office quite appreciably for preparation of resume. First by one to one interaction and second by suggesting to talk to the seniors who are either injob or are hereafter the job. As it is always suggested about resume that, it reflects you in brief, you have to get it as good as you can. I followed the guidelines, made the first draft, got it corrected from some of my friends who are working in industries and got feedbacks from students who have experience from industries.
Round 2

APTITUDE TEST

Interview Experience
It was intimated as aptitude but it included Verbal, Quants and basics of programmingand data structures & algorithm.
Round 3

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Questions about flight mechanics and dynamics and controls.
  • Question 2: Questions about mechanical engineering.
  • Question 3: Questions on the thesis one has worked on and various projects and internships.
  • Question 4: Questions based on practical situations.
  • Question 5: Questions on basics of material, fundamentals of continuum mechanics, thermal science, parts of engine structure, etc.
Interview Experience
I went through two technical rounds and both of these included questions starting from the very basics of materials to the continuum mechanics’ fundamentals and applications. In the first round I was asked about flight mechanics & dynamics and controls’ by giving several conditions of practical importance, some part of engine structures and thermal science, my earlier projects and questions on that, some questions from the internship’s work and M.Tech thesis work. Very fundamental as well as complex questions were asked while explaining about the projects and thesis work. For the second round, I was sent to the panel interviewing for mechanical students and there I was asked questions from various subjects as well as for various conditions given on spot. Including both the technical interviews, I was asked questions from around 9-10 subjects of mechanical engineering. Apart from the questions from the course work, half of the interview was focused on the projects that I did earlier. I was asked to explain about the projects and give good insights of my contributions in that and accordingly I was asked questions from that as well. Later part of the technical round was focused for my thesis work. They started asking about the motivation behind the topic of the thesis and the technical platform set so far for the same. Concluding questions were from the company’s work and how I would be able to relate my expertise and thesis work for their benefit.. In the morning, Honeywell started it’s processing at around 6.30 am and I went for the first technical round at around 7 am. After some basic questions from the resume I was asked about the flight mech & controls. After sometimes the interviewer told me about his background, which was avionics and then he started from that. It must have gone over around 45 minutes. Second round of Honeywell was gruelling and I felt little uncomfortable at some points.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
HR round was more or less usual. Description about me and weaknesses in professional life were asked. The tricky one was one particular question about joining Honeywell and at the end of my answer, I was asked to compare Honeywell and the stalwarts of aerospace industry on my answer’s ground.
Skills

Skills Tested

    General Tips
    Since I was looking only for the core aerospace companies, I was not looking very much about the aptitude and GD (specially, GD was not required). I was focusing about the technical side of the preparation, coursework, projects that I have done earlier and thesis work. I used the material provided by SPO for preparing the aptitude test solved some CAT papers and some online resources were useful. Further, I referred some core course works, specifically, thermal, fluid, aerodynamics, propulsion, structures & materials, materials & metallurgy and flight mechanics & dynamics for technical interviews. 







    Revise the course works, some part of the projects, be focused for profiles and prepare accordingly. Prior knowledge about companies work and the profile helps a lot. Sound knowledge of thesis work, approach and the applications, motivation behind the topic and the work completed till the placement season starts should clearly be checked. If you are not good at programming and DS & algo then revise the basics of these(helps for aptitude). Be mentally prepared for multiple rounds of technical interviews. Shape yourself according to the profile and surf through the company’s site beforehand. Get some suggestions and feedback from seniors(specifically, M.tech students should talk to seniors, fellow students and labmates who have been in industries) for technical interviews. Focus on your approach towards the problem for the worst case. During technical interview, don’t try to brag about the topic that you are not sure about. They sometimes want to test your approach and attitude for the problem given to you (which will be out of your comfort zone) rather than the accuracy of the answer. Since verbal was also the part of aptitude, don’t forget to look that during your preparation. Final Tips : Don’t lose hope and be focused for the profile that you are interested in and narrow down the companies accordingly. It’s all your attitude, past experience (both academics and professional) and preparation for the placements that will help you to nail it. 1st, 2nd or any other day or any other company (as long asthe profile matches with your interest) don’t matter much. At the end of the day, getting in the core-profile is what matters most (if you are interested incore alone) and if it is your preferred company then it’s a boon. Have faith in yourself and believe in the next option if you don’t get the first one.
    Motivation for applying
    Other companies that I was shortlisted for : GE, Rolls-Royce, Airbus. Analysis of available options (based on profile, growth, compensation, BrandName, etc) :As for the first day, GE didn’t seem inclined in taking Aerospace Engineering students and I was not looking for Rolls-Royce very interestingly. I was mainly focusing on Honeywell, Eaton and Airbus and was shortlisted to interview with these three. Because of Honeywell’s versatility and the involvement in R&D(as I got the feedback from people working in there), I was focusing mainly on Honeywell. And it was very much favourable from compensation point of view as well. Finally I was selected in both Honeywell and Eaton, and chose Honeywell.
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    Honeywell Senior engineer interview

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    Abdul Sayeed KhanFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Senior engineer role at Honeywell
    Interview Process
    Resume Shortlist aptitude test Technical interview round 1 technical interview round 2 HR Interview
    Round 1

    Resume Shortlist

    Round 2

    aptitude test

    Interview Experience
    They intimated as aptitude but it included Verbal, Quants and basics of programming and data structures & algorithm.
    Round 3

    Technical interview round 1

    Interview Experience
    In this round I was asked about flight mechanics & dynamics and controls’ by giving several conditions of practical importance, some part of engine structures and thermal science, my earlier projects and questions on that, some questions from the internship’s work and M.Tech thesis work. Very fundamental as well as complex questions were asked while explaining about the projects and thesis work.
    Round 4

    technical interview round 2

    Interview Experience
    I was sent to the panel interviewing for mechanical students and there I was asked questions from various subjects as well as for various conditions given on spot. Including both the technical interviews, I was asked questions from around 9-10 subjects of mechanical engineering. Apart from the questions from the course work, half of the interview was focused on the projects that I did earlier. I was asked to explain about the projects and give good insights of my contributions in that and accordingly I was asked questions from that as well. Later part of the technical round was focused for my thesis work. They started asking about the motivation behind the topic of the thesis and the technical platform set so far for the same. Concluding questions were from the company’s work and how I would be able to relate my expertise and thesis work for their benefit.
    Round 5

    HR Interview

    Interview Questions
    • Question 1: Description about me
    • Question 2: Weakness in professional life
    Interview Experience
    HR round was more or less usual. Description about me and weaknesses in professional life were asked. The tricky one was one particular question about joining Honeywell and at the end of my answer, I was asked to compare Honeywell and the stalwarts of aerospace industry on my answer’s ground.
    Skills

    Skills Tested

      Resources

      Preparation materials

      Books
      • Study Material provided by SPO,
      • CAT Papers,
      General Tips
      Revise the course works, some part of the projects, be focused for profiles and prepare accordingly. Prior knowledge about companies work and the profile helps a lot. Sound knowledge of thesis work, approach and the applications, motivation behind the topic and the work completed till the placement season starts should clearly be checked. If you are not good at programming and DS & algo then revise the basics of these (helps for aptitude). Be mentally prepared for multiple rounds of technical interviews. Shape yourself according to the profile and surf through the company’s site beforehand.

      Get some suggestions and feedback from seniors (specifically, M.tech students should talk to seniors, fellow students and lab mates who have been in industries) for technical interviews. Focus on your approach towards the problem for the worst case.

      During technical interview, don’t try to brag about the topic that you are not sure about. They sometimes want to test your approach and attitude for the problem given to you (which will be out of your comfort zone) rather than the accuracy of the answer. Since verbal was also the part of aptitude, don’t forget to look that during your preparation.

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      Honeywell Senior engineer interview

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      Naman PurwarFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Senior engineer role at Honeywell
      Interview Process
      Test Resume Shortlist Technical Interview HR Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Test Sections
      • Section 1: APTITUDE
      • Section 2: TECHNICAL
      Interview Experience
      The test included General quantitative and logical reasoning, verbal reasoning, questions on basic topics of Mechanical Engineering like Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Solids, Energy Systems, Manufacturing etc.
      Round 2

      Resume Shortlist

      Round 3

      Technical Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Questions on Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Turbo-machinery etc
      Interview Experience
      Advanced questions on the topic of your interest specifically related to Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering like Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Turbo-machinery etc, questions like what do you know about the company.
      Round 4

      HR Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Why would you like to join the company ?
      • Question 2: Where do you see yourself 10 years afterwards ?
      • Question 3: Failures and successes during your careeer.
      • Question 4: Questions on resume
      Skills

      Skills Tested

        General Tips
        Always follow your interest while choosing a suitable job. If you are not sure about your interest, keep options open and try to get information on all those options and select accordingly. Never run after money only. One must prioritize his/her interests first, then the kind of work in the company and then the package.

        Prepare for the technical profiles by studying core subjects which interests you the most, but a person needs to have basic knowledge of other topics related to your department also.



        Apply for the company only after gaining sufficient knowledge about it. Identify your interest and what kind of work you like, then apply to the company which suits your style of working and is apt for you to pursue your interests. One must not apply to all the companies just because everyone is applying. One must judge whether he/she is capable for that job or not and then decide in which companies to apply.

        Try to be confident with your answers and give genuine replies in HR interviews. One must not give vague answers and change views as this would clearly give the indication that you are not able to give clear answers or you are making them up.
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        Honeywell Senior engineer interview

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        Tulluri Vinay KumarFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Madras for Senior engineer role at Honeywell
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test Technical Interview HR Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Experience
        Good projects and internships helped me to get through this round
        Round 2

        Test

        Duration
        60 Minutes
        Test Sections
        • Section 1: Quant, Verbal, logical reasoning and technical
        Round 3

        Technical Interview

        Interview Experience
        Questions related to signal processing (included image signal processing as well), control and communications. Also there were few technical questions based on the internships and the projects done. This interview lasted for about 30 mins.
        Round 4

        HR Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: Standard HR questions
        • Question 2: Questions based on my POR's and extra curricular activities
        Interview Experience
        45 mins of HR round. All the standard HR questions were asked and questions were based on each and every point that you have put up in the resume
        Skills

        Skills Tested

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          Honeywell Software engineer interview

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          Divyam RastogiFresherNot Selected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Software engineer role at Honeywell
          Interview Process
          Resume Shortlist Technical Interview Technical Interview
          Round 1

          Resume Shortlist

          Interview Experience
          General resume shortlisting out of nearly 400 applicants. Shortlisted close to 150 students.
          Round 2

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          Mostly questions from the resume were asked. They just wanted to know the types of projects I had done.
          Interview Tips
          Make sure you know everything about what you write in your resume.
          Round 3

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          Another round of technical interview. Questions were more focused on the kind of profile they were offering, mostly to judge whether you are right for the job or not.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • Confidence
          • Core knowledge
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          Honeywell Engineer interview

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          FresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Madras for Engineer role at Honeywell
          Interview Process
          Test Technical Interview HR Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Test Sections
          • Section 1: Aptitude
          • Section 2: Coding
          Interview Experience
          To appear for test CG cut off -7.0. English and Basic aptitude/logical reasoning questions were asked. Basic coding questions and identifying errors in the program were there.
          Round 2

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          It was a 30-40 minutes round where questions were asked resume-based. Aerospace students were asked basic aero questions based on Navier Stokes equation,etc. There were no coding questions.
          Round 3

          HR Interview

          Interview Experience
          It was a 15 minutes round where only some standard questions were asked.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • Basic coding knowledge
          • Good aptitude
          • Willing to learn new things.
          Skill Tips
          Courses in control systems might help but are not compulsory.Just describe one or two projects from your courses & BTP, which should be enough.Ensure that you know about the company well. BTP was very useful in my interview for Honeywell, it is not in their area of interest but he was just impressed by the project details. If you are applying for a core interview BTPs will definitely help.
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          Honeywell Software engineer interview

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          ABHIMANYU AWASTHIFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Bhopal for Software engineer role at Honeywell
          Interview Process
          Test Group Discussion
          Round 1

          Test

          Duration
          60 Minutes
          No. of Questions
          50 questions
          Test Sections
          • Section 1: aptitude
          Interview Experience
          easy
          Interview Tips
          gate apti preparation is sufficient
          Round 2

          Group Discussion

          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • technical
          Skill Tips
          focus on your technical subjects
          General Tips
          confidence matters a lot during whole placement process especially during gd and pi so prepare and practice for that
          Motivation for applying
          work on hr part as well other than core subject knowledge
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