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Opera Solutions Analyst interview

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Shubham GuptaFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Analyst role at Opera Solutions
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Guesstimate Interview Technical Interview Stress Interview Behavioural Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
There were 3 Job profiles open of opera solutions (Solution Analyst, Analytics Specialist, and Software Engineer). Students are asked to sign just for one profile. There was a test for analytics and software profile and direct interview for solution profile (Consultant profile).
Interview Tips
Spend enough time before choosing the profiles. Spoke to senior who had a similar job and figure out your best suitable profile and prepare accordingly.
Round 2

Test

Duration
60 min Minutes
No. of Questions
20+5 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Objective
  • Section 2: Subjective
Interview Experience
Opera solution conducts workshop for shortlisted candidates. In the workshop, they mostly tell about technical part behind big data management such as Mainframe and Hadoop. After the workshop, the test was conducted. The test had two sections, the first section contains objective questions around 20-25 (I did not remember the exact number). Objective questions were of aptitude type (moderate level of difficulty). The second section contains 5-6 subjective questions, mainly focus on probability again the moderate level of difficulty. 30 students were shortlisted for next round (interview round).
Interview Tips
Start preparing as early you can. Practice problem daily does not wait for last few day. The main point of practice is to develop a habit of increasing accuracy and speed which is the crucial points of aptitude test.
For probability practice, there are online website and blogs you can take help from them. I have listed down some which are used. You should have some prior practice before setting for test otherwise, it would be difficult to do well in the test as some questions are tricky and difficult to solve in the first time.
For aptitude practice, you can refer TIME material, I think that is sufficient.

http://gurmeet.net/puzzles/
http://www.cut-the-knot.org/probability.shtml
http://brainstellar.com/puzzles/probability/1
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/leino/puzzles.html
Round 3

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Write a 10 digit largest number with some constraint (I didn’t remember the exact constraint but it’s a standard question)
  • Question 2: Guesstimate the number of viewers to a sports blog
Interview Experience
The interviewer first goes through my resume and ask some basic question, not in depth. Then he asked me some puzzle (similar type of question asked in the subjective paper but with a high level of difficulty) and one guesstimate.
My interview last for 10-15 mins, the interviewer is very helpful and always try to calm and comfort me.
The interviewer gave me feedback and point out some area on which I can quickly look it for further interview.
Interview Tips
I have assigned a buddy, IIT graduate having the same specialization. (Opera solutions follow buddy program similar of other consultant company). I personally found out buddy program very useful, you should contact your buddy or at least talk to him ones. The information you get from a buddy is very helpful of preparing for an interview. You get some aspect on which domain you need to work.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: How to assigning the new task to employees based on their past performance.
  • Question 2: Some Probability problems
Interview Experience
Next round was the telephonic interview with a senior analyst. The interviewer asked me some question from my resume especially on the technical project which involves some mathematics tool.
Then he asked some probability problems which are very tough.
Interview Tips
The interviewer was interested in your approach only, how you’re tackling the problem. How much wide can you think? The interviewer is also ready to help you and try to figure out your strength. So be calm and speak with confidence.
Round 5

Stress Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Guesstimate how much a thief, who operate on shopping can earn in a year
  • Question 2: The probability of a car passes the highway in a subset time if the probability of a car passing in one hour given.
Interview Experience
The interviewer asked me some question from my resume in depth.
He asked one guesstimate and one probability question.
Round 6

Behavioural Interview

Interview Experience
The interviewer started with questions like why this company, which other companies did I appeared for.
He asked me some quick calculation problems.
Round 7

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Some basic HR questions
Skills

Skills Tested

  • Ability To Make Quick Calculations
  • Puzzle Solving Capability
  • Knowledge Of Your Resume Points
  • Guesstimation Cases
  • Probability And Statistics
General Tips
Resume: Spend sufficient time on the resume as I was the initial step of shortlisting.

You be able to speak at any point in your resume in detail, hence you must be sure of what you are writing in it.



Puzzle: Practice Daily



Guesstimate: Practice with your sincere friends
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Opera Solutions Consultant interview

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Sriram EmaniFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Consultant role at Opera Solutions
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Case Study Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I started preparing my resume somewhere around August end. I spoke to a few seniors about it and read quite a few resumes, especially of those seniors who either had a profile similar to mine or had secured jobs in fields of my interest, eg. Consulting, finance, etc. I also attended the Resume Writing Workshop conducted by McKinsey and Co. on campus and cleared a few doubts there.
Interview Tips
I would advise you guys to start preparing your resumes well in advance, it is not something to be kept for the last minute. Being the first form of acquaintance between you and a firm, it is a highly important document and the way you highlight your strong points and attributes can go a long way in shortlisting you from amongst the hundreds of resumes that they have to scan. Also, it is important that you be able to speak on any point in your resume in detail, hence you must be sure of what you are writing in it.
Round 2

Case Study Interview

Interview Experience
The procedure of selection for Opera Solutions was a set of 4 interviews, each having a case study and some HR questions. The initial shortlist had around 22 candidates, after the first 2 interviews around 10 candidates were selected for the final rounds. Finally 3 candidates were made offers.  There were no GDs, only case interviews. The first interview had a case involving a music company which scouts for amateur talent and launches them. They want to enter India and want you to analyse the market and suggest if its feasible or not. The interviewer gave a lot of data related to market share of pop music, bollywood, devotional music, etc and it suggested that the market share of the genre related to the company is very little. However I think what worked best was that I also pointed out certain solutions which could make it feasible, such as merging with another company in a genre where the given company has core competencies in. I think this was the high point of the interview which I atleast would like to believe compensated for a later interview that I did not do well in. Another interview had a case where a pharmaceutical company in the US wants to enter India. A set of constraints and data was given and I was asked to calculate if it should actually setup a manufacturing facility in India or manufacture in the US and transport to India. I did not do well in this one, I wasn’t being able to come up with a figure. Both the interviews had an HR component where I was asked about my strengths and weaknesses, about Mood Indigo and my academic record. I was asked to describe myself. I was also asked to talk about my co-intern’s project in ITC (she was also interviewing with Opera). In a subsequent interview after the shortlist, I was asked to estimate the market for Maruti cars, domestic air travel. They weren't expecting too much detail, the interviewer was more interested in the approach. point.
Interview Tips
I attended most of the initial PPTs. One does get a good understanding of what a firm does and where exactly do you fit into it, you also understand what they are looking for and what is the extent of their operations. I must admit though that I found my interaction with seniors, especially those working in those firms was more informative and fruitful. They can give clarity in certain grey areas that companies might stay non-committal on.ending across links/documents would help us compile a single point resource) . I prepared for case studies from the material I took from seniors, most of which is available on the LAN. For case studies I prepared with a friend and sometimes in groups of 3. I think this method is better than individual preparation because the other person can point out where you are going wrong, you get a different perspective and at the same time you can prepare in a fashion where one interviews the other and vice versa, so you get slightly comfortable with how an actual interview might feel like. It is however important to ensure that the person you are preparing with is competent and complementary to your skill sets, so that you can improve upon aspects where you might be lacking in.
Skills

Skills Tested

    General Tips
    Case studies and HR questions. One should be very comfortable with points mentioned in the resume and should be able to talk at length about any . I guess it'd just be shifting a little from being myself if you know what I mean. A lot of seniors would give you a lot of fundae, but at the end one must remember that unless one is comfortable with a certain way of speaking or certain method of solving cases, it wont look genuine. For example, one need not thrash out every single detail of a case before beginning to solve it, sometimes the interviewer might get impatient or might think you are trying to buy time to think by asking unnecessary details. So if you are the kind of a person who can intuitively draw good conclusions at the outset so as to decide which direction to proceed in and hence which questions to ask, you can surely go ahead and do that, you need not also ask questions that you know are not required. Case interviews are very feel-good interviews, even if you make a mistake you will be guided back on track by the interviewer, hence I personally would recommend that you stick more to your general approach to solving cases (if you know it is a good one and works of course) and not try to change too much just because a certain senior did it in a different way.
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    Opera Solutions interview

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    Ankit JainFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Opera Solutions
    Interview Process
    Resume Shortlist HR Interview Case Study Interview Behavioural Interview
    Round 1

    Resume Shortlist

    Interview Experience
    I went through a few templates & took help from some seniors. I prepared a few drafts and then later made improvements. IT might be a good idea to prepare well in advance and get your resumes reviewed from seniors in the companies you are applying. As probably you'll get to hear a lot, focus more on what you have achieved rather than just stating what all you have done. Keep it simple and short. And don't add anything you are not comfortable talking about in an interview. I know many capable people who didn't get short listed for Mck/BCG just because they didn't think resume was a big deal. I attended most of the PPTs. They are informative, but don't always help you decide what you want, the best part are the pizzas of course. Talk to seniors in the companies that you are interested in but remember these seniors are now employees of the company and will usually not say a single bad word about the job. Apart from seniors, try talking to people who will give your interests priority over the company (cousins, close friends).
    Round 2

    HR Interview

    Interview Experience
    There was an initial shortlist of about 25 and a waiting list of 20 based on resumes. After the first round of interviews (one interview each), about 10 candidates were short listed. After the second round of interviews (2 interviews each), 3 final offers were made. All interviews were both case study and HR. A few questions based on the resume, the normal HR questions and a couple of them. Interview revolved around the normal HR questions, then he asked me something about which Indian company do I admire the most and why. To be honest I wasn't really prepared for this one. Next was a case of sort. He asked me that if I was the director of IIT Bombay and it was a private institute, what steps I would take to generate funds and make it a profitable institution. I think my answer revolved around generating funds from alumni, getting research grants from big companies, raising fees but providing adequate loans and repayment options, allowing shops inside campus, raising funds through placements.
    Round 3

    Case Study Interview

    Interview Experience
    The interviewer was asking everybody the same case, as he said he wanted to measure everybody on the same platform. I don't recall the case very precisely but since it was the same for everyone, I am sure somebody else must have written it in their interview experience.
    Round 4

    Behavioural Interview

    Interview Experience
    The third interview started with questions like why consulting, which other companies did I appear for, how did I fare, what went wrong etc. They also wanted to know if I had appeared for CAT or GRE. Then we moved onto the other HR questions about my aspirations, immediate plans etc. The case that I got was particularly interesting. The case was how to increase the revenue of my dads manufacturing unit (my dad has a hosiery manufacturing unit) by 5 fold in 3 years. This was also easy since I had all the facts that I needed before I even started. I didn't have to ask the interviewer for any clarifications or dig for any facts. So I started with increasing working hours to 2 shifts of 8 hours each. Then I would increase exports by exporting to Europe and US by manufacturing in summers and for African and South American nations in winters. Australia would not be a market as all the raw material mostly comes from Australia and it would be hard to compete with the Australian domestic manufacturers. Then an year or so later, I would look to launch my own brands and work a franchise model as I didn't have much experience with the retail business. Launching my own brand would bring much better margins. I also discussed the possibility of attracting brands like GAP, ZARA, C&A yet not available in India and manufacturing for the domestic market. I also discussed the possibility of entering the other segments of garment market as I had the required contacts & reputation in the market. All I had to do was set up new manufacturing facilities. The case was again followed with a couple of HR questions.
    Skills

    Skills Tested

      General Tips
      Take things more seriously than we tend to in IIT Bombay. Especially for those preparing for tech and i-banks, study hard..
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      Opera Solutions Analytics specialist interview

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      Jayadeep ShitoleFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Analytics specialist role at Opera Solutions
      Interview Process
      Resume Shortlist Test technical interview Puzzle Interview case study interview technical interview
      Round 1

      Resume Shortlist

      Round 2

      Test

      Test Sections
      • Section 1: Objective
      • Section 2: Objective
      Interview Experience
      The test had two parts, the first part consisted of 20 objective aptitude questions and the second part had 5 subjective questions, which were of moderate level of difficulty. 30 people were shortlisted for the final round of interviews.
      Round 3

      technical interview

      Interview Experience
      The first interview was mostly related to my resume and the projects related to statistics that I had done during internships. He also asked me some questions related to regression analysis followed by a simple puzzle.
      Round 4

      Puzzle Interview

      Interview Experience
      The second interviewer asked me two- three puzzles and then we had some discussion related to my interest in data science.
      Round 5

      case study interview

      Interview Experience
      In third interview he asked me two puzzles followed by a case. The interviewer was very helpful and he only wanted to see my approach.
      Round 6

      technical interview

      Interview Experience
      The final interview was a telephonic interview with a senior analyst. He asked me some questions on my internship projects. I was also asked a guess estimate problem.
      Skills

      Skills Tested

        General Tips
        Do’s and Don’ts :



        Concentrate on at most two sectors because it is very difficult to prepare for more than two sectors. Also, do not write anything which you are not sure about in your resume because you may feel that it would be helpful for getting shortlisted but considering that your resume would drive your interviews so it is very necessary that you are confident about the things in your resume. Placement Experience (write in different section for different companies)





        Final Tips :

        Start preparation as early as you can. Decide what kind of work you would like to do and then decide what sectors you want to prepare for. Be in touch with the seniors who are working in the firms that you are targeting. Their advice would be very helpful. Also do some mock interviews in wing or attend the workshops conducted by SPO.

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        Opera Solutions Software engineer interview

        3.7k views
        FresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Software engineer role at Opera Solutions
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Experience
        CV should focus on the skill set previously mentioned. Concise and to the point sentences. Line out projects and internships well. Balance between academia and extra curriculars. Attend the CV making workshop of Opera and work on it accordingly.
        Interview Tips
        Don’t put things totally irrelevant to the job profile. Don’t write long sentences. Know your CV well for further stages.Anything related to your CV should be at the tip of your tongue.
        Round 2

        Test

        Test Sections
        • Section 1: Quantitative Skills
        • Section 2: Data Interpretetion
        • Section 3: Maths
        • Section 4: Critical Thinking
        • Section 5: Creativity
        • Section 6: Quant
        • Section 7: Puzzles
        Interview Experience
        Don’t spend a lot of time on one question in quant section. There’s a cut-off in Quant and your focus should be on clearing it. If you clear the cut-off, the puzzle section will be evaluated, where solving at least 2 is generally good enough. Puzzles are hard, and need a lot of prior practice.
        Round 3

        HR Interview

        Interview Experience
        Direct selections take place at the end of all interviews after a mutual discussion between all the panels. Know your CV thoroughly. Prepare for some HR questions as well. Puzzle solving and guesstimates are asked, so prepare them well. When you are asked a puzzle, do not sit quietly but think aloud. The interviewers help you structure your thoughts. Most of the times, just knowing your approach is enough for them
        Interview Tips
        Evaluate the nature of your interviewer for the first 5 minutes and if possible treat the interview like a discussion. They just want to know more about you so tell it to them. Most of them are very friendly, and you will feel at ease. Be confident. Sound excited while talking about your projects/internships. It gives them confidence in you. Be very very thorough with your CV. Nothing gives a bad impression like not knowing about yourself. Ask questions if you have them at the end of the interview.
        Skills

        Skills Tested

        • Mathematics
        • Computer Science
        General Tips
        1: Be Confident.

        2: Keep Smiling.

        3: Do not be Panic.

        4: Remember they are here to hire you but not reject you.

        5: Do not loose hope.

        6: Believe at yourself.

        7: Start preparing early.

        8: Do demo interviews with your friend.
        Motivation for applying
        Every body joins a comapny for making a software or earning money. But I was always motivated to MAKE MONEY. I have taken this job because they have very extensive work in Share Market and they have lots of MBA from IIM's, Lots of CAs, CS. Thats why i have choosen Edelweiss. I have rejected epic System USA for this profile.
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        Opera Solutions Analytics engineer interview

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        Tanmay TusharFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad for Analytics engineer role at Opera Solutions
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test Guesstimate Interview Puzzle Interview Case Study Interview HR Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Experience
        Resumes of the interested students were sent to the company and then they shortlisted the students for the written round.
        Interview Tips
        Your resume should be at most two pages long and should contain everything about you but it must be to the point. You must be thorough with every line that is written in your resume. It's just a basic criteria which is generally met by everybody.
        Round 2

        Test

        No. of Questions
        45 questions
        Test Sections
        • Section 1: Aptitude
        Interview Experience
        The paper consisted of objective aptitude questions. The main area of focus should be probability and combinatorics since it requires more practice than the rest of the topics.
        Interview Tips
        You should brush up your aptitude skills because every company that you sit in for has a section of it in the written or online test. You must not neglect it in any cost. Although the basic aptitude skill of every student is good, but what matters during the test is the speed and accuracy and that only comes with practice. The higher the marks you get in this section, the better are your chances to score higher than your fellow peers. Although the marks in the test are not the sole criteria for the result, but it does play an important role in your selection.
        Round 3

        Guesstimate Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: One probability question
        • Question 2: Coin on a Round Table puzzle
        • Question 3: Guess the number of people watching a particular movie show in the United Kingdom
        Interview Experience
        This was the first round of four interviews that I altogether faced. The above three questions were asked to me serially. But before that, I had been asked to give a brief introduction of me. I had solved all three of them. The first question didn't take much time. Since I am not that interested in solving puzzles, I took some time in solving the second question but eventually I did it. The third question is a guesstimate. I started solving it with the inputs being given by the interviewer and I moved closer and closer to a realistic range as per the data inputs that were given to me.
        Interview Tips
        The practice that I did for aptitude helped me in solving the first question. That's why putting in a little effort in improving your aptitude skills will ultimately help you. The puzzle questions can be found on the internet and you just have to go through them once. After a while, you will be well acquainted with them and you won't face any problem in solving them. And for the guesstimate, the best option you have is Google. Surf the internet and you will get loads of them and how to approach them. They are the questions that are used to check how you approach a problem.
        Round 4

        Puzzle Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: What is the 10 digit number a[0]a[1]a[2]a[3]a[4]a[5]a[6]a[7]a[8]a[9] in which i occurs a[i] times?
        • Question 2: There are 100 tablets (each weighing exactly same except for one). You have to find out the correct medicine by using a weighing machine but the catch is each time you weigh, it costs you 1 billion, How will you find one correct medicine by keeping the cost minimum?
        Interview Experience
        This was my second round in which I was asked only two question and both were puzzles. I could answer both but my approach in the second question was wrong first. The interviewer made me clear and then asked me to answer. After the questions, we had a conversation on my doubts regarding the work and the company.
        Interview Tips
        The puzzles as I already said can be practiced from the internet. But the most important point is you need to clearly understand the question before answering them. The second question was a conventional one but with a twist, which actually checks how attentive you are. So you need to hear and understand the questions properly. In case you do not understand in the first go, ask your interviewer to pardon again.
        Round 5

        Case Study Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: A probabililty question
        • Question 2: Cement Industry in India
        Interview Experience
        The third interview consisted of a simple probability question and a case study. The case was a Cement Company in India that was losing its market share and I had to describe the reasons considering the constraints were given to me.
        Interview Tips
        You can easily get the examples of case study problems along with the ways of solving them, on the internet. The most important thing is you need to think out of the box of all the possibilities to analyze the case from an unconventional domain.
        Round 6

        HR Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: The Three Door Puzzle
        • Question 2: General HR questions
        Interview Experience
        This round was taken by two persons simultaneously. There was one puzzle asked and the rest of the interview went on with general HR questions and answers.
        Interview Tips
        HR rounds are the easiest of all in the interviews of technical companies. You only need to prove what you say. There must be no contrast in what you speak and what you think at that point of time. At no instance of the interview you must contradict yourself.
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        Opera Solutions Analyst interview

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        Himanshu SharmaFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Delhi for Analyst role at Opera Solutions
        Interview Process
        Resume Shortlist Test Stress Interview Technical Interview
        Round 1

        Resume Shortlist

        Interview Tips
        Resume building is the most important of all steps. Keep it concise and to the point.
        Round 2

        Test

        Test Sections
          Interview Experience
          Puzzles
          Interview Tips
          Practice as many puzzles as possible
          Round 3

          Stress Interview

          Interview Tips
          Keep your cool, divert interview towards your strong zones
          Round 4

          Technical Interview

          Interview Experience
          Guesstimates (basic level) and puzzles. Also know your resume and courses well
          Round 5

          Skills

          Skills Tested

          • Critical Thinking
          Resources

          Preparation materials

          Courses
          • Statistical Courses,
          General Tips
          They want to check your thinking, try every problem given in interview. They would have simple solutions.
          Motivation for applying
          Application of statistics
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          Opera Solutions interview

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          Atul Kumar SinhaFresherSelected
          Application
          I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Opera Solutions
          Interview Process
          Resume Shortlist Test Puzzle Interview Case study interview GUESSTIMATE INTERVIEW gUESSTIMATE INTERVIEW
          Round 1

          Resume Shortlist

          Round 2

          Test

          Duration
          60 minutes Minutes
          No. of Questions
          25 questions
          Test Sections
            Interview Experience
            20 objective and 5 subjective in 1 hour; based on probability, combinatorics and puzzle-based
            Round 3

            Puzzle Interview

            Interview Questions
            • Question 1: On a globe, you do following – go 1 mile south, go 1 mile east, and then go 1 mile north. Is it possible that final point is same as initial point? How many such initial points exist for which this is possible ?
            • Question 2: Gurmeet puzzle Q.30 Fifteen sum problem.
            • Question 3: How can 3 people calculate average of their salary without explicitly telling their exact salary?
            Round 4

            Case study interview

            Interview Experience
            One case – A retail chain (eg. Reliance Fresh, Spencer, etc) has identified a location for a new outlet. You are a hired consultant to help them decide if they should open the outlet or not. Then he asked me about my thoughts about the Opera placement screening test followed by a few questions on team management: What would you do if a specific person is trying to dominate and have his way in the team?, etc.
            Round 5

            GUESSTIMATE INTERVIEW

            Interview Experience
            A guesstimate – Amount of water used in IIT Kanpur campus. 4 questions on probability ranging from simple to average. Eg: There are three doors. One goes straight to heaven, one goes to hell and sends you back after 1 day, and the last one goes to hell and sends you back after 2 days and the doors are shuffled randomly after you come back. What is the expected number of days until you reach heaven?
            Round 6

            gUESSTIMATE INTERVIEW

            Interview Experience
            Guesstimate : if cars are to be stacked from New York to New Delhi, how many would be required?
            Skills

            Skills Tested

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              Opera Solutions Analyst interview

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              UtsavFresherSelected
              Application
              I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Analyst role at Opera Solutions
              Interview Process
              Puzzle Interview Other Interview
              Round 1

              Puzzle Interview

              Interview Questions
              • Question 1: There is a number lock on a bag. It has numbers from 1-8. The lock can open if any 2 of 3 numbers in the bag is correct. You have to open the bag in minimum number of steps
              Interview Experience
              A puzzle was asked first.
              I was then given a case study : You own a telecom company. You have various customers. They have joined you 3 years ago,6 months ago and some recently. How do you define who is a good customer?
              Round 2

              Other Interview

              Interview Experience
              It was only for 15 minutes. I was asked a question related to boy girl paradox. Then the job was offered.
              Interview Tips
              Be cool and try to be less nervous. Do not try to speak about the things that you have no idea about
              Skills

              Skills Tested

                General Tips
                Go to the interview with a cool mind. Take a trusted person with you if you are shortlisted on day 1.
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                Opera Solutions interview

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                Neha GuptaFresherNot Selected
                Application
                I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Opera Solutions
                Interview Process
                Resume Shortlist Case Study Interview
                Round 1

                Resume Shortlist

                Interview Experience
                General Tips Overall, any particular mistake that you committed during the whole process? For case interviews, I gave fewer options for a particular problem…told them only what I thought could be the problem. After getting the feedback, I guess they were looking for a person who could suggest all possible options, prioritize them and then tell them reasons for choosing/ rejecting a particular option. Any key tips for interview-day, viz. dressing, etiquette… ? Dress properly and smartly Be very confident Don’t think too much about not being able to get through the company Take your own pen and paper; keep spare copies of resume in a folder Be energetic and enthusiastic. Did you apply off-campus? Where? What was the procedure? Any memories? Yes, I did and got an offer from Deutsche Bank, India. The company had offered me during campus placements, but I had refused because I wanted to explore more options. As they had already interviewed me, a call after off campus started, did the job.
                Round 2

                Case Study Interview

                Interview Experience
                3 cases in all, 2 went well, think the second interviewer was a little unhappy.  
                Case 1: Estimate the worth of Mahindra and Mahindra  
                Case 2: What would you do to open a mall (the first of its kind) in Kota 
                Case 3: About some drug dealer importing drugs from abroad. What all problems can it face if he switches over to an Indian manufacturer.
                Interview Tips
                Suggest all possibilities, speak relevant but more than the interviewer. Dominate the discussion. Tell him/her all directions you can think in. Be yourself during the whole process; don't be unnecessarily humble/ polite to the recruiters.
                Skills

                Skills Tested

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