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Morgan Stanley Analyst interview

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Nidhi NairFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Madras for Analyst role at Morgan Stanley
Interview Process
Test Technical Interview Group Activity Technical Interview PRO FIT ROUND HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Test Sections
  • Section 1: Quantitative Analysis and Technical Skills
  • Section 2: Coding Round
Interview Experience
There was negative marking for these questions (+4 & -1) and the number of questions in the second section were more (10 and 20 respectively, I think).The second part of the test was a Coding Round, online. We were given 3 problem statements to be solved in 45 minutes and the programming languages allowed were C, C++ and Java. However you are required to use the same language for Part 1 (Technical Skills) and Part 2 (Coding Round). So make sure you know any one language in its entirety. I hadn’t touched anything apart from C. The questions were essentially based on data structures.
Interview Tips
Word of caution: Be wise in designing your strategy to solve questions, there always IS a sectional cut off and the competition is cutthroat.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: How would you find whether a number is even or odd without using any conditions?
  • Question 2: Implement a dynamic 2D excel sheet using DS (underwent various levels of improvisations)
  • Question 3: A build up that resulted in the concept of using joins in DBMS
  • Question 4: Discussed the concept of virtual memory and paging in OS
Interview Experience
-1 was pretty much basic, probably just for them to find out whether you know everything that you claim to know. I was asked questions on the basics of C, Data structure implementation, DBMS AND OS. Sounds daunting, but it really wasn't. My panellists were really cool about giving me all the time in the world to think about my answers, they'd even roll their chairs to the corner of the room and chit chat when I'd ask them to stop looking at me. Not a recommended course of action for you guys, because you might get really badass panellists who might want to take a stress interview and using this would probably get you a ticket to take you directly out of the building. But the point is that you don't need to panic when you're asked a question that you don't understand AT ALL. It is probably just a coating of shiny silver on a very basic problem. ALWAYS remember to restate the question as you understood it to make sure that you're on the right track. If you're right you get a bonus for being able to analyse well. If you're not, they will make you understand and you won't spend 15 minutes of your interview time solving a misinterpreted question.
Round 3

Group Activity

Interview Experience
This is subject to change every year, but for ours we had the one with the Lego toys
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
This round was perhaps the most difficult of all, with gruelling technical questions that I couldn't make head or tail out of. But they were satisfied with a broad outlook to the number of solutions and the different ways to approach the problem. They asked me a little about how my day had been till then and for improvisations on the answers to the questions I was asked in the previous rounds. I was also asked a question about synchronization that I answered with my knowledge of embedded systems. They were really interested in how I applied unrelated knowledge to solve a problem that I would otherwise not be able to answer. This was the end of TECH-2 which made me believe that I had screwed up entirely and that I was out for sure.
Round 5

PRO FIT ROUND

Interview Experience
I went in to my ProFit round with an "I-should-really-have the-best-time-with-this-thing-since-it-is-all-down-the-drain-anyway" attitude, but really, I think that is just what you're expected to do anyway. :) This ended up being the coolest round of all and I had the time of my life for those 30 minutes. My interviewer asked me ALL the general questions you expect in an HR, and I answered them all very, very truthfully and with really long explanations :P The guy was a veeeeery keen listener and caught on to each and every one of my indications. He let me talk about practically everything, from my very hippie-like outlook of life to the most silly bets I have placed, ever. And the best part was that he was always interested, poker-face like, but always waiting patiently for more exemplifications. Don't bother trying to make up achievements you haven't really made, because they don't care about how accomplished you are, more like how zestful you are, and it probably shows when you're talking about things that you love. Long story short, talk your heart out, they hardly speak in all of those 30 minutes. Let them know that you really ARE passionate about the things that you do.
Round 6

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The next round that I was immediately ushered into was my HR. Now, I probably felt what I did because I had talked a LOT in my previous round, but I really thought this round was predominantly precursory. My interviewer was one of the big shots of the day, but he hardly asked me any questions that could qualify as HR. This person was the only one from all of my interviews who was even remotely rigid, but that too only marginally. He was ultra-friendly again by the end of the interview. This might vary case by case, but he only asked me things like my comfort with relocation and what I aimed to achieve in the next 5 years. At the end of the interview, he kid around a little and escorted me to the waiting room.
Skills

Skills Tested

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    Morgan Stanley Analyst interview

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    Pratiksha FresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Madras for Analyst role at Morgan Stanley
    Interview Process
    Test Technical Interview Group Activity Technical Interview HR Interview fitness roound
    Round 1

    Test

    Test Sections
    • Section 1: quantitative and technical abilities.
    • Section 2: finding computational solutions to simulated situations
    Interview Experience
    The first round, quite naturally, was the aptitude round. We had to answer questions that were designed to test our quantitative and technical abilities. But this was only the first part. The second part involved finding computational solutions to simulated situations. These questions needed to be solved in a programming language we were asked to choose earlier, during the aforementioned first part. I chose to do it in Java as that is one language I am really thorough with. I understand that C/C++ are more important and versatile, but what matters here is your inherent understanding of the concepts involved
    Round 2

    Technical Interview

    Round 3

    Group Activity

    Interview Experience
    We had to build model buildings, using LEGO blocks. Other than the fact that I love building things from other smaller things, the supplied material took me back to my childhood days. We were divided into four groups. Two in each room, and each group consisted of 8-10 candidates. We were given a time limit within which we had to design and construct a building. As a surprise, after half time, they asked the two groups in each room to merge their projects. This probably was to see if the candidates were pro-active team players, and could handle unexpected situations like professionals.
    Round 4

    Technical Interview

    Interview Questions
    • Question 1: asked about my projects – the technical aspects, scope, etc
    • Question 2: Databases and Mysql – queries, types of keys, joins, etc
    • Question 3: fundamentals of Operating Systems – threads/processes, scheduling algorithms, memory/storage, etc
    • Question 4: Data Structures and Files, so – sorting/searching algorithms, their complexities, files, other data structures, etc.
    Interview Experience
    There was another technical interview after the group activity. I was interviewed by two of their officers, who again asked questions similar to those from the first technical round.  It went quite well, since I was quite confident about the way I was solving the problems they gave me. Thinking out loud is key, as that lets them in your problem-solving abilities. That way, they let you know if you are headed in the right direction. My interviewers were quite pleasant, as they liked discussing possible scenarios to the problems they gave me.
    Round 5

    HR Interview

    Interview Experience
    there was an HR round, where the woman interviewed me about my projects. She needed to know if I had the guts to finish whatever it is that I started. So she asked more on the lines on my role in the projects I had undertaken in the previous years. She also asked me about my working experience from before. That too went well. It was pretty much a standard HR interview – projects, hobbies, traits, etc.
    Round 6

    fitness roound

    Interview Experience
    There was another round in the end, which was to test the candidate’s professional fitness – if they indeed are the right people for the job. I found it to be a blend of technical and HR interviews, more on the lines of HR though. All in all, it was a brilliant experience
    Skills

    Skills Tested

      General Tips
      To my juniors, study hard, be sincere, be yourself, be smart (preferably in that order, but you are free to improvise!)
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      Morgan Stanley Na interview

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      LOKESHFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus at Anna University Chennai for Na role at Morgan Stanley
      Interview Process
      Test Technical Interview GROUP ACTIVITY Technical Interview HR Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Test Sections
      • Section 1: WRITTEN TEST
      Interview Experience
      The written had a typical pattern as follows :
       1.  Computer Fundamentals    (10 Questions) 
      2.  Questions based language you are familiar with (c/c++/java)  (30 Questions) 
      3.  Aptitude questions (10 Questions)
      Round 2

      Technical Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: The interview first asked about what are all the projects which I had done so far and  suddenly she asked me to code for Priority Queue .
      • Question 2:  Few questions on BST and AVL .  a. What is AVL and why it is known to be ?? b. What is the best case complexity of a binary search and why it is O(log n) . Can  you explain ?
      • Question 3:  What is the  difference  between  hash  map  and  hash  set  . Explain time  complexity in each ??
      • Question 4: I was given a big file with a list of names . I had to print the top 10 names based on  their maximum occurences
      • Question 5: I was  given  a  number  and  asked  to  find  the  sum  of  digits.
      • Question 6: Questions on polymorphism , overloading and overriding with suitable examples 
      • Question 7: Define Threads and why we use it ??
      • Question 8: Round robin algorithm with example . 
      Round 3

      GROUP ACTIVITY

      Interview Experience
      Here they gave us some wooden blocks and crayons and asked us to make a logo for morgan stanley and prepare a slogan individualy which shows the technological development  of MS with collaboration with Clients .
      Round 4

      Technical Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1:  Build a system where people subscribe to a particular topic . And if any message is  posted regarding the particular topic then the people who have subscribed to that system must  get  the  message.
      • Question 2:   Was asked code  for  the  entire  system.
      • Question 3: Was  asked  to  implement  a  vector  .  He  asked  how  memory  is  dynamically  allocated in vector ?? This went to a big argument and finally we came to a solution . The next  question was we know that using vector we can access an element in O(1) time . Now what will  be the time complexity for adding or removing a number in vector??
      • Question 4: Is virtual constructors available ? what about Virtual destructors ? Why it is used ???
      • Question 5: Was asked  how  recursion  works  and  stack  is  allocated  for  it  ?  Can  all  recursions  be  converted to looping structures ?
      • Question 6: Explain Virtual memory ­ and why it is needed ?
      • Question 7: Difference between abstract classes and interfaces .
      Round 5

      HR Interview

      Interview Experience
      Questions - Projects which I did in the academic years . I explained everything by topic wise and told him also that I did an Industrial project on Android applications. Then he asked me that your idea was not brought into the group activity but still you said you will be the leader and How would I accept it !!!! Then I told that I did my best and got up with a logo and slogan for my topic and as a team I was compromised with  people since the idea here was the same and but the design was only different . Then he asked whom will you eliminate from that group. I replied that there was no necessity for me to eliminate anyone when all were working to their best . And if it is compulsory then I may go out because I did not do my design work well but did co ordinate well . He smiled and went through my resume . I myself started telling about the responsibilities which I have undertaken and he was really impressed with it .
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      Morgan Stanley Analyst interview

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      FresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Analyst role at Morgan Stanley
      Interview Process
      Test HR Interview Technical Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Duration
      120 Minutes
      No. of Questions
      8 questions
      Test Sections
      • Section 1: Aptitude Tests
      Interview Experience
      Topics:
      1. Statistics
      2. Probability distributions
      3. Theorms of linear algebra 
      4. Algorithms: DP, Puzzle
      Round 2

      HR Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Why Morgan Stanley?
      • Question 2: What between Tower and Morgan Stanley?
      • Question 3: Strengths/weakness
      • Question 4: What is the job profile offered ? Why not phd?
      • Question 5: Minimize the cost of the pen, what innovations can you do with it?
      Round 3

      Technical Interview

      Interview Questions
      • Question 1: Prove that for N>= a, N> N^.5 + N^(1/3)+N^(1/4)
      • Question 2: Statisticss, Algorithms
      • Question 3: x, y are random variables with probability distribution ke^(-kx) and ue^(-ux). What is the dist. for min(x,y)
      • Question 4: An organism dies out with prob. p and spawns into 2 with prob (1-p). what is the prob. that starting from 1,the organism will die out?
      • Question 5: In a unit circle, p is chosen uniformly on the circle and q inside the circle, what is the prob. that the rectangle is inside the circle?
      • Question 6: Find a local minima of an array in o(log n)? In a functional program.
      • Question 7: Write a code to sort a list without pipes?
      • Question 8: Find an even length palindrome in a string in o(n)?
      • Question 9: A is a matrix vi's are n linear vectors s.t. Avi= Vj a<=j<=n, what are the possible values of |A|?
      • Question 10: A and B play a game with unfair count with P[Heads]= p. they count # of heads and tails .if # of heads > #tails +1 at any point, A wins.Find the prob. that A wins
      • Question 11: Given a sorted array find two element (i,j) s.t. i+j =x in O(n) time?
      • Question 12: Question on bubble sort : Given random permutation, suppose i run bubble sort on it.
      • Question 13: What is the prob. that element at 20th position lands up at 31st position after the first iteration?
      • Question 14: A rod at length l, I randomly put 100 ants in the rod .each ant moves left and right in random direction with l m/s .what is the expected no. of collisions after 30 secs?
      • Question 15: In how many ways can i permute n numbers 1 2 3...n so that all the no.s between u and i+1 are less than i (for all i in the permutation)?
      • Question 16: Find f(n) : pdt F(x) cdf. the value of k> 0 a constant -inf S +inf f(x)*F(kx) dx x follows normal standard distribution?
      • Question 17: Number of inversions in an array in O(nlogn) time?
      • Question 18: Given a chessboard 8X8 I put numbers from 1 to 8 in it in such a way that no. x is the mean/average of its neighbor. What is the range of the numbers?
      Skills

      Skills Tested

        General Tips
        Improve on Linear Algebra, Probability, Algorithms.
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        Morgan Stanley Software developer interview

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        NilFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at VJTI for Software developer role at Morgan Stanley
        Interview Process
        Technical Interview
        Round 1

        Technical Interview

        Interview Experience
        Technical on paper test questions:(dis was only for 12 among d 26 shortlisted ppl after apti...others directly had interviews)
        5 wer selected in this test who wer nw sent for interviews
        TECHNICAL INTERVIEW: (pls list the questions asked in all the rounds)
        26 shortlisted after apti (14 directly for interviews & 12 had one more technical on paper test...mentioned above)
        der wer min 2 technical rounds for each of them...max were 5

        - You are given course dependencies
        A->B,C
        B->D
        C->A
        D->nothing
        The above dependencies mean...if you want to take course A...you should take courses B and C first....To take B,Course D must be taken first....D is an independent course and can be taken without any prior requirements.
        Now you are told these dependencies.Come up with an appropriate data structure to represent these dependencies.Then write a code that finds out all the courses that the student can take up...in this case the student can first take course D because its independent.Now that course D has been taken he can next take up B as it depends on B alone...But the courses A and C can never be taken because they depend on each other...So here all the courses that can be taken are B and D.
        After i wrote the code....he asked for all possible test cases
        -Given an array of length N....It can be filled with nos. only from 1 to N....find which nos are repeated in the array
        -Given pointers to two nodes in a binary tree....find their least common ancestor...each node has pointer to only the parent node...not the left and right child..
        -In a binary tree(Not necessarily a BST)...suppose the weight of any node is defined as the product of the key value of the node and the level of the node(Root at level 1)...find the node with maximum weight in the binary tree
        -A sorted array of size n is right circularly rotated k times and this rotated array is given to you as input...Find out the value of k in log n time .
        -There are some processes running at time T....and there are processes running at time T+30.
        You have to find out
        1)Which processes died at time T+30,which were alive at time T
        2)Which are the new processes at time T+30,which were not there at time T
        3)Which are the processes that were there at time T and are still running at time T+30
        What data structure will you use to represent the process lists and write code to find out the answers to the 3 questions above
        -Given a binary search tree...and a target sum...starting at the root...which all paths add up to the target sum?...if there are multiple paths....return the path with least no. of nodes.
        Skills

        Skills Tested

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          Morgan Stanley Technical analyst interview

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          Deepak GautamFresherNot Selected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Varanasi for Technical analyst role at Morgan Stanley
          Interview Process
          Test Technical Interview Technical Interview HR Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          No. of Questions
          2 questions
          Interview Experience
          This was coding test of 1.5 hr. Two problems one was of medium level and other was tough.
          prob1: This was a problem related to matrix and required the knowledge of dynamic programming, I don't exactly remember the problem statement.
          Prob2: This was a very simple problem but many students was not able to do this because of twisted problem statement.
          PS: I was able to do only second problem.
          Round 2

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          When shortlist for interview came my name was not there and I was also not expecting my name because I was able to do only one prob. One day before interview extended list came my name was not even there. on day2 I had two interviews. I was waiting for second round of interview in another company(Tesco) then I was informed that my name is in second extended list of Morgan Stanley.
          First Interview round: Most of Questions was asked from my projects and was around 30 min long. I did well in this round so called for second round.
          Round 3

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          This was programming round. Three problems was asked
          Prob1: HashMap problem
          Prob2: Profit maximization, stock price was given for future days. You can buy one stock or sell one stock in a day.
          Prob3: Find overlapping area of two triangles
          I did all three problems so called for HR round. total of five students were selected for HR round
          Round 4

          HR Interview

          Interview Experience
          This was typical HR round, questions was asked related to my hobbies, what I don't like and what I like about my collage, my future plans etc.
          result: 3 was selected out of 5, I was not in those three.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • Algorithm and data structure.
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          Morgan Stanley interview

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          ABHISEK DASFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Warangal for Morgan Stanley
          Interview Process
          Test Group Discussion Technical Interview HR Interview
          Round 1

          Test

          Duration
          120 Minutes
          Test Sections
          • Section 1: Written Test
          Interview Experience
          The first part consisted of 50 questions on general aptitude.The first few questions were on logical reasoning.They were like two statements would be given and 1 conclusion would be given.We have to say whether it could be inferred from statement 1 alone,statement 2 alone,both 1 and 2,or not any of them.....And there would be 4 statements.The if else type statements.The question was to say which all statements could go together.There would be 4 options and we have to choose which 1 option was correct.Then there were some questions like there would be 4 figures.Which 1 figure would follow.There were some quantitative questions.And some question on number of triangles in the figure.And 2 questions on data sufficiency.The technical paper was our choice.We could appear for either C,C++ or JAVA. I appeared in C. There were questions on pointers,outputs....I think there were 35 questions.I do not remember exactly.And some questions on arrays and all.Basic C questions.And some on data structures.
          Round 2

          Group Discussion

          Duration
          40 Minutes
          Group Discussion Topic
          Designing an ice cream parlour
          Interview Experience
          We were 12 guys total for the group task.....They divided us into 2 groups of 6 and 6.Then the 6 guys were divided into two groups of 3 and 3.We were made to make an ice cream parlour from some toy like equipments they gave us.They gave us some specifications and we had to make the parlour keeping them in mind....Like it should keep in mind the customer demands and continuous supply.Then in the middle of our work,they told both of our 3 and 3 groups to integrate our work and give a common presentation.I was mostly giving ideas on what all to do,how the ice cream parlour should operate and all that.
          Round 3

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          There were 2 rounds of technical interview.In the first round,they asked me on all the topics of computer science like DS ,C,C++,how recursion call takes place and all that..Thy also asked on OS...Mostly they were quite basic questions.In the next round of technical interview,they asked mostly on OOPS concepts.They asked me a lot on inheritance and virtual functions.A little C and UNIX.They gave a number of questions on inheritance and told me to give their outputs and all that.
          Round 4

          HR Interview

          Interview Experience
          It was quite a long HR interview..They asked me about my achievements,my hobbies,which incident made me feel very bad.How my manager should be......Where I see myself after 5 years....It was a routine HR interview.
          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • C/C++
          • OOPS
          • data structures
          • Personality
          • leadership qualities
          • behaviour
          General Tips
          The answers should be honest.You should not bluff.If you do not answer an answer,tell them that you do not know it.And you should be very confident in your answer,In the HR interview,always stick to whatever you say.Never change your answer.
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          Morgan Stanley interview

          4.5k views
          Mohit ChamaniaFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Morgan Stanley
          Interview Process
          Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview Technical Interview Group Activity
          Round 1

          Resume Shortlist

          Interview Experience
          Started out with learning to identify and portray the focal points in a resume companies are looking for. Then went on to list my achievements (big and small) over the years, and the qualities they reflect about me(the hardest part!!). I then selected the 4 I wanted to put forward, and wrote my resume accordingly.
          Round 2

          Test

          Test Sections
            Interview Experience
            Written Technical test ; 30 out of ~ 200 short-listed   2 Rounds (1 Tech + 1 (Tech + HR) ; 15 out of 30 short-listed   2 rounds (1 Tech + 1 Group Activity) ; 5/6 out of 15 selected. Test was pure coding syntax. Do not come just prepared with just algorithms! Work in one language and master the syntax. The first tech round was some basic programming problems &  - Eliminating the originating node in a very large circular linked list in the least computational time. Sorting algorithms  - Some basic Inheritance
            Round 3

            HR Interview

            Interview Experience
            The second round was an HR round supposedly. We discussed my work in the startup I was in, and then went on to the system design for the same. Later, He tried to put me off-track with a simple guesstimate (no of petrol pumps in Bombay), and ended with a simpler puzzle (Rectangular plate with an arbitrary rectangular hole to be divided into 2 equal halves).
            Round 4

            Technical Interview

            Interview Experience
            The third round was more technical with some more basic algorithm problems & - Traversing a 2 - dimensional array in a spiral fashion   - Syntax of commands in C (the language I had chosen for the test, others were Java and C++)   - OOPS concepts
            Round 5

            Group Activity

            Interview Experience
            The fourth round was a group activity where a team had to build a model building with straws, come up with a marketing campaign for the same, and make a presentation of the same at the end of the day.
            Skills

            Skills Tested

              General Tips
              Prepare your programming language syntax well. That is where most people loose out in the written tests.   - The people here are not looking for very high tech stuff, just some basic programming skills and very basic algorithms, so go through concepts like the unique features of OOPS, differences between Java and C++ etc.  Read through basic algorithms &; they like to refer algorithms by their names.   - Do not show in the interview that you are looking for working on cutting edge stuff etc. This goes for all I-Banking IT. Focus more on brand name etc., and possible client and business Interaction(seems they love it !)
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              Morgan Stanley Na interview

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              ANANTHARAMFresherSelected
              Application
              I was interviewed on-campus at Anna University Chennai for Na role at Morgan Stanley
              Interview Process
              Test Technical Interview GROUP ACTIVITY AND PRO FIT ROUND. Technical Interview
              Round 1

              Test

              Test Sections
              • Section 1: WRITTEN TEST.
              Round 2

              Technical Interview

              Interview Questions
              • Question 1: About different projects that i had completed.
              • Question 2:  Expalin Stack and Heap Memory Storage.
              • Question 3:  The difference between unique key and primary key.
              • Question 4:  Find the count of all the all employees having the same designation.
              Round 3

              GROUP ACTIVITY AND PRO FIT ROUND.

              Interview Experience
              oup Activity :-
              They gave me some wooden blocks and crayons and asked us to make a logo and a tag line for the technical group of Morgan 
              Stanley individually, after some fifteen minutes they said due to shortage of time we must join forced with two more people and
               design the same with the collaborative effort of all the three of us.Then after another fifteen minutes, we were again asked 
              to  combine forces with the other team of 3 members and provide them with the final results. 
              . ProFit :
              This was basically a HR round and I was at first initially asked about all the four projects that I had listed. Why MS? Do you have passion for technology? Do you have  the  qualities  of  a  leader?  Why  should  we  hire  you?  What  was  your  contribution  in  the 
              group activity?
              Round 4

              Technical Interview

              Interview Experience
              Again I was asked about the projects I had done, but now he asked me how I would do the same project if I was asked to do it now,  write a code for data retrieval in one of the projects I had done. He also asked about scaling up my project to fit a larger set of 
              users. I said I would use a Btree and he asked me to write a code for the same data retrieval using Btrees.
              He moved on to puzzles and I had heard everyone of them before itself but the tricky part was that he nearly guessed that I had heard them before, so I gave a sub optimal solution .
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              Morgan Stanley interview

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              NEELAM KUMARIFresherSelected
              Application
              I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Warangal for Morgan Stanley
              Interview Process
              Test Group Discussion Technical Interview HR Interview
              Round 1

              Test

              Duration
              120 Minutes
              Test Sections
              • Section 1: Written Test
              Interview Experience
              In apti some syllolysm , some numeric puzzles,some pictorial resoning and then some analytical reasoning. For the technical written they gave 3 options ' c , c++ , java' we had to select any one of them. then we got some 45 questions on that particular language. more of them were like - what will be the output of folling programme. and some questions on environment etc.
              Round 2

              Group Discussion

              Duration
              40 Minutes
              Group Discussion Topic
              To open an icecream parlour
              Interview Experience
              They gave some stuff like sticks , small wheels , chart papers.By using then we had to create a structure of an icecream parlour.There were 12 students in this round . first they divided into 4 groups of three people each. Later after 20 minutes they merged 2 groups .so at last 2 roups were there . I drew the Banner of our shop and also contributed in the design process,gave name for the parlour and also assigned responsibilities for each of the member of our group .
              Round 3

              Technical Interview

              Interview Experience
              First they asked me my area of intrest-- i told c , c++ , and DS. But he started with unix, Then Database questions and some queries and 1 or 2 OS questions.Then he asked me to write some codes in DS and then c++(more on virtual functions and iheritance etc).
              Round 4

              HR Interview

              Interview Questions
              • Question 1: Why you want to join this company ?
              • Question 2: What do you know about our company?
              • Question 3: Do you have any problem in shifting to Mumbai ?
              • Question 4: What are your long term goals ?
              Interview Experience
              He also asked some puzzles including pictorial and numerical. Then academic and extra curricular activities. my hobbies etc.
              Skills

              Skills Tested

              • C&amp;#44; C++
              • DS
              • DBMS
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