Jindal Steel and Power

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Jindal Steel and Power Get interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for Get role at Jindal Steel and Power
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Group Discussion Technical Interview HR INTERVIEW
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
The resume is more than just mere personal information form – it should give a complete picture about the candidate since it is the first impression the interviewer gets about you.I wanted to get recruited in a core sector company. I wanted to work in a company related to power sector consequently I designed my resume accordingly.
Interview Tips
Useful tip: Do not lie. In case if you fail to respond to questions asked from the points that you mentioned in your resume you might squander your chances of getting recruited to the company. Hence be truthful when you mention anything in your resume, at the same time be concise and precise because the interviewer cannot spend a lot of time on a single resume.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
First I contacted some of my seniors who were working with the company. It is from them that I learnt that a lot of questions from power system protection are asked in the written test. In general if you search the internet about the type of questions asked in these tests you might get some awry information. The main reason being that the same company might turn up in different colleges with different profiles consequently the questions asked in their tests might vary from college to college; hence in order to avoid such discrepancy it is always suggested to consult some of the seniors.The company conducted a technical written test. The questions were majorly from control systems and further from PID (Proportional Integral Differential) control systems. There were also some basic electrostatic questions. Few questions were also asked from power and machining, though we were expecting a higher proportion of power related questions. The company had come to the campus to recruit for their steel unit and power unit, consequently knowledge on control system and power was a must.The test was an objective online test – but it was not an elimination test.
Interview Tips
Useful Tip: A candidate appearing for this company’s written test should have good level of knowledge in control systems and power.
Round 3

Group Discussion

Interview Experience
Group Discussion:I along with my friends practised for the GD. We would conduct the mock GD amongst ourselves.The GD topic that was allotted to my group during the GD round was FDI in retail. The topics allotted to other groups were on cricket and the ongoing (at that time) Anna Hazare movement. The GD was again not an elimination round.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
The first interview was conducted by an alumnus of our institute. He began by asking me for a brief introduction. He wanted a brief reply. Then he enquired about my 3rd year internships. I had done my internship as a project manager in L&T power. The work that I did there was based on how an idea or a concept is translated into reality. He asked me to explain the kind of work that I did there and why I chose that internship. He also asked me to explain the SLD of a power plant. SLD stands for a single line diagram and is drawn for study of huge power plants and refineries. An SLD is analogous to the electronic diagrams drawn to study electronic circuits. He was surprised at how much I managed to learn from the internship that lasted for duration of only two months. I replied that the underlying principle behind whatever I learnt there was the concept of “relaying” which I was quite proficient in.Next he started asking me questions that I had not anticipated. He asked me to explain the differences that I thought existed between the kinds of work that I did in L&T and the work I would be expected to do in Jindal steel. I replied to it by explaining the differences in the kind of business the two companies did.He enquired whether I had questions to ask.
Generally people tend to ask some crappy questions like ‘What is the growth of the company?’ and the likes, but i earnestly suggest that if you have attended the PPT then ask some questions from the points mentioned during the PPT which showcases your attentiveness as well as genuine interest in the company’s work. During the PPT I had learnt that the PLF (Plant Load Factor) of the company is very high I asked him to explain me the reason for this this; also the company had a huge ongoing project in Orissa I asked him about the future plans of the company in Orissa and the problems that the company is facing with respect to the development of a current project. I asked these questions to show him my level of interest in the company and also that i was attentive during the PPT.Then he moved over to my 2nd year projects. I did my 2nd year internship in NDPL (North Delhi Power Limited). He asked me to explain the kind of work I did in this internship. Power companies are generally involved in one of the 3 businesses: generation, transmission or distribution. NDPL is involved in distribution of power. I told him that the project i worked on was minimization of harmonics in distribution system. He asked me explain the reason for these harmonics in the distribution system which is a major headache in such companies. I told him that the non-linear loads like the refrigerators and air conditioners were the major cause of such harmonics.
Next i told him the measures that were adopted by NDPL for control of harmonics.He then moved over to the minor project that i did. The project was a simple one and this aroused his amazement. I explained that the project was allotted only 2 credits and also told him that through the project i learnt the usage and properties of various components like capacitors, resistors and the likes. He was convinced with my reply.Important Tip: I would recommend that one should do a thorough research on the kind of business of the company in which one did his internship in or is applying for a job because it is very essential to know the place where one did his internship in and where one is going to go to.
Round 5

HR INTERVIEW

Interview Experience
This interview was supposed to be an HR interview but the interviewer eventually drifted over to technical aspects. He guessed that since I had done all my internships in the past in power sectors my area of interest would be power and also since the company had very little to do in power sector and more in the mining sector I would have to go a through a new beginning all together.
I explained him that the internship I did was not about power generation or distribution, but was about protection and relaying; I told him I did the work that a maintenance engineer would do. He was convinced that the power industries do indeed possess a wider scope.
He asked me about my birth place and also enquired about my family background.He then asked me to explain my major project. I told him that we were supposed to do our major project in the next semester. However, I still gave him a brief idea about my major project. I told him about the future prospects about my project and also the kind of difficulties that I was likely to face. He asked me some basic questions pertaining to the project which I managed to answer quite easily.I had also mentioned photography as my area of interest. He asked me to explain the specifications of the camera used in the photography section in the hobbies club.
He lastly asked me to specify that if given an option to work either in a well-established company or in a growing company where work would be more but incentives would be less then where would I prefer to work. I replied that I would be prefer working in a growing company like Jindal steel because that would enable me to learn more and also deal with newer technologies because in established companies still obsolete technologies are used.Any Specific Preparation:I had prepared for some HR questions like:Tell me about yourself.
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
What are your goals?I managed to find these questions from some websites.
Interview Tips
I would suggest that one should never refer any website for framing answers to HR questions. You have to speak about yourself only and frame your answers after giving a detailed thought to your abilities/strengths/goals etc. Also it might prove to be beneficial to consult some seniors who has been working in the same company or has some experience with HR interviews.
Skills

Skills Tested

    General Tips
    It would be beneficial to contact your seniors because they would give a good insight about the recruitment process of the company.Don't get intimidated by Training Experince . Woh to Bas asiehi . At the End of the day knowledge matterssmile emoticon. BEST OF LUCK !!!
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    Jindal Steel and Power GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) interview

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    AnonymousFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus for GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) role at Jindal Steel and Power
    Interview Process
    Resume Shortlist Test Group Discussion HR Interview HR Interview
    Round 1

    Resume Shortlist

    Interview Experience
    The resume is more than just mere personal information form – it should give a complete picture about the candidate since it is the first impression the interviewer gets about you.I wanted to get recruited in a core sector company. I wanted to work in a company related to power sector consequently I designed my resume accordingly.
    Interview Tips
    Do not lie. In case if you fail to respond to questions asked from the points that you mentioned in your resume you might squander your chances of getting recruited to the company. Hence be truthful when you mention anything in your resume, at the same time be concise and precise because the interviewer cannot spend a lot of time on a single resume.
    Round 2

    Test

    Interview Experience
    First I contacted some of my seniors who were working with the company. It is from them that I learnt that a lot of questions from power system protection are asked in the written test. In general if you search the internet about the type of questions asked in these tests you might get some awry information. The main reason being that the same company might turn up in different colleges with different profiles consequently the questions asked in their tests might vary from college to college; hence in order to avoid such discrepancy it is always suggested to consult some of the seniors.
    The company conducted a technical written test. The questions were majorly from control systems and further from PID (Proportional Integral Differential) control systems. There were also some basic electrostatic questions. Few questions were also asked from power and machining, though we were expecting a higher proportion of power related questions. The company had come to the campus to recruit for their steel unit and power unit, consequently knowledge on control system and power was a must.
    The test was an objective online test – but it was not an elimination test.
    Interview Tips
    A candidate appearing for this company’s written test should have good level of knowledge in control systems and power.
    Round 3

    Group Discussion

    Interview Experience
    I along with my friends practised for the GD. We would conduct the mock GD amongst ourselves.The GD topic that was allotted to my group during the GD round was FDI in retail. The topics allotted to other groups were on cricket and the ongoing (at that time) Anna Hazare movement. The GD was again not an elimination round.
    Round 4

    HR Interview

    Interview Experience
    The first interview was conducted by an alumnus of our institute. He began by asking me for a brief introduction. He wanted a brief reply. Then he enquired about my 3rd year internships. I had done my internship as a project manager in L&T power. The work that I did there was based on how an idea or a concept is translated into reality. He asked me to explain the kind of work that I did there and why I chose that internship. He also asked me to explain the SLD of a power plant. SLD stands for a single line diagram and is drawn for study of huge power plants and refineries. An SLD is analogous to the electronic diagrams drawn to study electronic circuits. He was surprised at how much I managed to learn from the internship that lasted for duration of only two months. I replied that the underlying principle behind whatever I learnt there was the concept of “relaying” which I was quite proficient in.
    Next he started asking me questions that I had not anticipated. He asked me to explain the differences that I thought existed between the kinds of work that I did in L&T and the work I would be expected to do in Jindal steel. I replied to it by explaining the differences in the kind of business the two companies did.
    He enquired whether I had questions to ask. Generally people tend to ask some crappy questions like ‘What is the growth of the company?’ and the likes, but i earnestly suggest that if you have attended the PPT then ask some questions from the points mentioned during the PPT which showcases your attentiveness as well as genuine interest in the company’s work. During the PPT I had learnt that the PLF (Plant Load Factor) of the company is very high I asked him to explain me the reason for this this; also the company had a huge ongoing project in Orissa I asked him about the future plans of the company in Orissa and the problems that the company is facing with respect to the development of a current project. I asked these questions to show him my level of interest in the company and also that i was attentive during the PPT.
    Then he moved over to my 2nd year projects. I did my 2nd year internship in NDPL (North Delhi Power Limited). He asked me to explain the kind of work I did in this internship. Power companies are generally involved in one of the 3 businesses: generation, transmission or distribution. NDPL is involved in distribution of power. I told him that the project i worked on was minimization of harmonics in distribution system. He asked me explain the reason for these harmonics in the distribution system which is a major headache in such companies. I told him that the non-linear loads like the refrigerators and air conditioners were the major cause of such harmonics. Next i told him the measures that were adopted by NDPL for control of harmonics.
    He then moved over to the minor project that i did. The project was a simple one and this aroused his amazement. I explained that the project was allotted only 2 credits and also told him that through the project i learnt the usage and properties of various components like capacitors, resistors and the likes. He was convinced with my reply.
    Important Tip: I would recommend that one should do a thorough research on the kind of business of the company in which one did his internship in  or is applying for a job because it is very essential to know the place where one did his internship in and where one is going to go to.
    Round 5

    HR Interview

    Interview Experience
    This interview was supposed to be an HR interview but the interviewer eventually drifted over to technical aspects. He guessed that since I had done all my internships in the past in  power sectors my area of interest would be power and also since the company had very little to do in power sector and more in the mining sector I would have to go a through a new beginning all together. I explained him that the internship I did was not about power generation or distribution, but was about protection and relaying; I told him I did the work that a maintenance engineer would do. He was convinced that the power industries do indeed possess a wider scope.
    He asked me about my birth place and also enquired about my family background.
    He then asked me to explain my major project. I told him that we were supposed to do our major project in the next semester. However, I still gave him a brief idea about my major project. I told him about the future prospects about my project and also the kind of difficulties that I was likely to face. He asked me some basic questions pertaining to the project which I managed to answer quite easily.
    I had also mentioned photography as my area of interest. He asked me to explain the specifications of the camera used in the photography section in the hobbies club.
    He lastly asked me to specify that if given an option to work either in a well-established company or in a growing company  where work would be more but incentives would be less then where would I prefer to work. I replied that I would be prefer working in a growing company like Jindal steel because that would enable me to learn more and also deal with newer technologies because in established companies still obsolete technologies are used.
    Interview Tips
    I would suggest that one should never refer any website for framing answers to HR questions. You have to speak about yourself only and frame your answers after giving a detailed thought to your abilities/strengths/goals etc. Also it might prove to be beneficial to consult some seniors who has been working in the same company or has some experience with HR interviews.
    Skills

    Skills Tested

      Motivation for applying
      Jindal Steel is a very reputed company and the main source of information was the pre placement talk given by the company.
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      Jindal Steel and Power Get interview

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      AnonymousFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus for Get role at Jindal Steel and Power
      Interview Process
      Test Group Discussion HR Interview Other Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Duration
      60 Minutes
      No. of Questions
      50 questions
      Test Sections
      • Section 1: Aptitude
      Interview Experience
      All multiple choices, technical questions - testing your knowledge as well as basic understanding of your core subjects. Topics were steel making; composition of stainless steel and other alloys, heat treatment methods, phase diagram, hardness measurement methods, various processing methods like welding, casting and the list goes on.
      Round 2

      Group Discussion

      Duration
      10-20 Minutes
      Group Discussion Topic
      An eye for an eye can turn the whole world blind’, is it the right policy?
      Interview Experience
      Number of people: 8-10. GD was not an elimination round in JSPL recruitment. Performance was just an added value to your interview.
      Interview Tips
      Don’t sit idle. No matter if you speak nonsense, just speak.
      Round 3

      HR Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Why have you taken MME as your department/ how motivated are you towards your department?
      • Question 2: Which is your Dream Company?
      • Question 3: Why didn’t you apply for ArcelorMittal and why JSPL?
      • Question 4: What is the Steel turnover of India?
      • Question 5: Where do you see yourself in next five years?
      • Question 6: Why not higher studies?
      • Question 7: Current affairs.
      Interview Experience
      My Answers(in question order):
      1. A country’s development is mainly based on the kind of infrastructure it has; and the strength of the infrastructure depends on the strength and quality of metals used in it; strength and quality of the metal is decided by the quality of metallurgist and material engineers in the country. So I am quite motivated towards becoming a leading metallurgical engineer in Steel industry.
      2. ArcelorMittal
      3. For ArcelorMittal we need work experience and it prefers PhD people. I want to start my career with JSPL, because gave some statistics/data of the key achievements of JSPL, praised the company.
      4. These kinds of questions are very frequently asked in any of the Steel Company’s HR interview. So, mug up some statistics.

      Panel was of Uma Shankar Dalai and Chandan Kalra.
      Interview Tips
      Visit the website of JSPL before sitting for the interview. They can ask you to enlist some of the plants of JSPL, or some current news of JSPL
      Round 4

      Other Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Technical-2
      Interview Experience
      (Uma Shankar Dalai)1. Questions were regarding the Internships. Since my internship was in RINL (Vizag Steel Plant), he was very keenly asking me questions on it and I had to be very careful in answering them, because he was the ace in that field. ))
      2. Some questions on blast furnace like “what is Hot top pressure, why it is important, slag metal basicity”, important inclusions in steel and the way they are removed, conditions for P and S removal, effect of alloying addition of various elements to Steel.
      3. Phase diagram of iron, composition of stainless steel, various heat treatment methods

      (Chandan Kalra)
      First few questions were based on the internship and the projects mentioned in the resume. Then he asked questions related to blast furnace and steel making. For example:
      1. What would be the consequences of closing the top of the blast furnace? 
      2. How would you increase the efficiency and output of the blast furnace? 
      3. Explain in detail the steel making process.
      I was also asked to draw a schematic of the blast furnace with proper labeling.
      Skills

      Skills Tested

      • Mechanical behavior of materials
      • Principles of metal extraction and refining
      • Phase equilibria and Phase transformations in materials
      • Iron and steel making
      • Fundamentals of material processing
      Resources

      Preparation materials

      Books
      • Callisteru2019s Materials science and engineering ,
      Courses
      • MME 350,
      • MME 310,
      General Tips
      1. The book Callister’s Materials science and engineering is must for all, because it can revise your concepts in very less time and touches every part of the material science. <br />
      2. Issue some books of iron and steel-making from the library, thoroughly read the technicalities of blast furnace and LD converter. Read about the various heat treatment procedures from a good book. You can find many such books in the library (3rd floor near the fountain side) <br />
      3. Prepare well for questions like why do you want to join the company. <br />
      4. Do revise MME 350 and MME 310 - learn the Fe-C phase diagram by heart. <br />
      5. Always spend some time going through the company’s website before an interview.
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      Jindal Steel and Power GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) interview

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      AnonymousFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus for GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) role at Jindal Steel and Power
      Interview Process
      Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview
      Round 1

      Resume Shortlist

      Interview Experience
      I used a single resume for all the companies that I applied to. I mentioned my extra-curricular activities and my projects with the projects relevant to the profile on offer getting a higher priority.
      Round 2

      Test

      Interview Experience
      The first round In Jindal Steel and Power Limited was a written test. The test was a completely technical paper, there were no aptitude questions asked in the test. Questions were asked from fluid machinery, stresses in beams, heat and mass transfer, manufacturing techniques and material properties. The duration of the test was 60 minutes and the numbers of questions asked were also 60. In total, 11 candidates were shortlisted for the Interview round.
      For the technical questions I studied topics like fluid machinery and IC engines.
      Round 3

      HR Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: What are your career goals?
      • Question 2: Which job do you consider as a perfect job?
      Interview Experience
      For the HR Interviews I prepared sample answers to some questions like:Tell me about yourself.
      What are career goals (both short term and long term)?Before asking me any technical questions the Interviewers asked me to specify my areas of Interest, I said fluid machinery and IC engines. They began by asking me questions from fluid machinery ‘What Is the difference between a reaction turbine and a repulsive turbine?’ I specified some basic difference. Next they asked me to specify the differences between the principles of operation of the two turbines. I managed to answer this question as well. From IC engines they asked me to specify the reason for the occurrence of knocking In IC engines.

      Further they ventured out of my areas of Interest and asked me questions like ‘Why Is fatigue test done?’  They also asked me questions from material properties; I bluntly replied that material properties are not in my area of Interest.
      They asked some questions from my resume as well. In my resume I had mentioned about some of my projects, these projects were related to railways. They asked me about my experience that I gained while working on these projects. Based on these they also asked me questions on lathe machines; these are the topics that I had studied in the second year of my course.
      The company recruited 3 students from mechanical department.
      Skills

      Skills Tested

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        Jindal Steel and Power GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) interview

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        AnonymousFresherNot Selected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus for GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) role at Jindal Steel and Power
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test Group Discussion HR Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Experience
        While applying in different companies I simply altered my hobbies and projects in the resume to make them compatible with the profile I was applying for, rest all was kept the same.
        Round 2

        Test

        Interview Experience
        The first round was the written test. The paper tested our skills in verbal ability and our knowledge in the core subjects. The technical questions were asked from ‘Thermodynamics’ and ‘Machining’. The technical part of the paper was difficult and required an in depth conceptual knowledge to solve the questions. Hence knowing the concepts was a must. Some questions involving multiple concepts were also asked; like in one of the question they merged the JCB with hydraulics and created a hybrid question. The test only had objective questions. Nearly 25 people appeared for the test and the company shortlisted eight candidates for the next round.
        Round 3

        Group Discussion

        Interview Experience
        The next round was a group discussion (GD). The topic of the GD was regarding the lokpal bill. My group consisted of 8 people and all of us got shortlisted for the next round.
        Round 4

        HR Interview

        Interview Experience
        It was a telephonic interview and was conducted in front of a company representative. His main aim was to judge my body language and my speech whilst I reply to the questions asked by the person on the other side of the telephone. The interviewer enquired about my internship and the work I did during my internship. He also asked me the reason for my low grades in spite of having good technical knowledge which was proven from my performance in the written test. I tried to explain him the reason for my low grades but he did not seem convinced. He brought up the same point time and again during the interview that in spite of having good percentage in the 10th and 12th board exams why had my marks been going down regularly since then.
        Skills

        Skills Tested

          Motivation for applying
          Jindal Steel is a core company for Mechanical Engineering students. I knew about it and its operations by browsing through its website. They were not so much interested in what I knew about the company but were interested in what I had written in my resume.
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          Jindal Steel and Power Get interview

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          Jagmohan SaikiaFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Get role at Jindal Steel and Power
          Interview Process
          Test Technical Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Test Sections
          • Section 1: Resume Shortlist
          Interview Experience
          All applicants were called for online test conducted by Cocubes.com. Test was Quantitative Aptitude+Reasoning+Comprehension+Technical. Test was quite easy. Basically it was an elimination round.
          Interview Tips
          Question Paper was lengthy. So, speed is the only important factor.
          Round 2

          Technical Interview

          Interview Questions
          • Question 1: Only Technical Interview; no GD+HR Interview
          Interview Experience
          My interview lasted around 40 minutes. They asked questions only from two subjects a)Design of RC Structures b)Structural Analysis. In case of RC Structure they asked each and every topic which were there in our syllabus. And from Structural Analysis part they gave me some numerical problems and told me to explain step by step procedure.
          Interview Tips
          Go through all the theories and concepts of these two subjects.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • Confidence
          • SAP 2000 basics
          • subject understanding
          Skill Tips
          Both RC Structure (CE31001) and Concrete lab (CE39007) are very very important.
          Resources

          Preparation materials

          Books
          • Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete,
          • P.C.Varghese,
          • Structural Analysis,
          • R.C.Hibbeler,
          Videos
          Courses
          • RC Structure (CE31001),
          • Concrete lab (CE39007) ,
          General Tips
          Try to speak as much as you can in the interview. They basically check the confidence in you.They are more interested at the practical things than the theoretical parts. Be prepared for the interview and be confident.
          Motivation for applying
          JSPL is a reputed company and also a core company for our department.
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          Jindal Steel and Power GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) interview

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          AnonymousFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus for GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) role at Jindal Steel and Power
          Interview Process
          Test Group Discussion HR Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Interview Experience
          There was a written test which had both aptitude as well technical questions. The test was an elimination round and you had to perform above average to make it to the GD.
          Round 2

          Group Discussion

          Interview Experience
          GD was not an elimination round. They had generally the most recent topics for group discussion like Lokpal Bill. They were only testing one’s communication skill (they wanted basic communication ability) rather than eliminating someone on the basis of it.
          Round 3

          HR Interview

          Interview Experience
          In the interview round they asked me questions about me and how do I mange difficult pressure situations. They also asked me about how am I different from others. They also asked me about my low CGPA and its contradiction with my high 10th and 12th class percentage. In an interview if you have a low grade you should be prepared to defend your poor grade.
          Beside these general questions, they asked me about my internship and projects. I would suggest going through you project reports in detail so that you are able to answer even in depth questions (one or two such questions might come up). They asked me about the use of copper in steel. They also asked me to explain metallurgy to someone who had no idea about it.
          My internship was on defects in rolled products. So they asked what did I do to control them and what were the results I achieved.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

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            Jindal Steel and Power GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) interview

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            AnonymousFresherSelected
            Application
            I was interviewed on-campus for GET ( GRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINEE ) role at Jindal Steel and Power
            Interview Process
            Test Group Discussion HR Interview
            Round 1

            Test

            Interview Experience
            All those who had applied were called for online test conducted by Cocubes.com. Duration of the test was 1.5 hrs. 45 aptitude questions and 45 core civil engineering questions were asked. The written test round was an elimination round.
            Round 2

            Group Discussion

            Interview Experience
            It was not an elimination round and the topic was "Control of Corruption OR Growth of Economy?" Others GD topics were Lokpal Bill etc. the round was to judge people and their ability to stand in a group and to earn the team dynamics of people.
            Round 3

            HR Interview

            Interview Experience
            There were both HR and technical questions in my interview. In the HR question there was no such out of the blue question. They asked about me, my strengths and weakness, about my interests. They also asked me about my long term and short term goals and examples on my ability to handle crux situations.
            In the technical questions they asked me questions about :Geotechnical Engg. (All basics)
            Hydraulics Engg. (Basics of pipe flow and channel flow)Structures (BMD etc.)
            They just wanted to check you knowledge or your core areas. The interviewer who was asking me questions was very knowledgeable. He was a great fan of Professor A.K.Jain (a faculty member at IIT Roorkee) and his book, and hence talked a lot about him.
            Skills

            Skills Tested

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              Jindal Steel and Power Junior manager interview

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              AnonymousFresherSelected
              Application
              I was interviewed on-campus for Junior manager role at Jindal Steel and Power
              Interview Process
              Test Group Discussion HR Interview
              Round 1

              Test

              Duration
              60 Minutes
              Interview Experience
              Aptitude test with basic questions
              Round 2

              Group Discussion

              Round 3

              HR Interview

              Interview Experience
              English proficiency, General Knowledge, Project Basics Communication, Body language, Basic Metallurgy. Iron and steel making basics, Interest in working for long time
              Skills

              Skills Tested

                Skill Tips
                Be well prepared and confidant that job is for you.
                Resources

                Preparation materials

                Books
                • Quant Related Problems,
                • Mechanical Metallurgy by dieter,
                • Iron and steel making by Ghosh,
                • Corrosion by Shreir,
                General Tips
                CG – (9 and above is good, 8 above is ok)
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                Jindal Steel and Power Junior manager interview

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                AnonymousFresherSelected
                Application
                I was interviewed on-campus for Junior manager role at Jindal Steel and Power
                Interview Process
                Technical Interview Case Study Interview
                Round 1

                Technical Interview

                Interview Experience
                Iron and steel making
                basics, Interest in working for long time. Criteria for shortlisting was basically CG – (9 and above is
                good, 8 above is ok)For core it was Related to the project.
                Round 2

                Case Study Interview

                Interview Questions
                • Question 1: ‘Why lot of constructions are going in IIT?’
                • Question 2: ‘IF you get selected what is the first thing you do?’
                • Question 3: ‘Do you have any plans for higher studies?’
                Skills

                Skills Tested

                  Resources

                  Preparation materials

                  Books
                  • Mechanical Metallurgy by dieter,
                  • Iron and steel making by Ghosh,
                  • Corrosion by Shreir,
                  General Tips
                  Be well prepared and confidant<br />
                  that job is for you. Quant related<br />
                  problems should be prepared.
                  Motivation for applying
                  Project was on steel,<br />
                  which is their area.  Hometown is near to<br />
                  the company.
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