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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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VIVEK GERAFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW Technical Interview HR Interview Technical Interview HR Interview Technical Interview HR Interview
Round 1

TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW

Interview Experience
Telephonic interview has some questions related to your interest in company, your leadership and team skills, strengths, safety and sustainability.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
This interview was quite unconventional and 45 minutes passed in the blink of an eye. I sensed that the interview was very open ended so kept on driving the interview towards the topics I was comfortable with. There were times when we were discussing about the cognitive capacity of a human brain and others when the discussion drifted towards the future of energy in developing countries. She seemed more than willing to hear about anything I wanted to speak on and that almost made me fall in love with her ;). As for what went wrong, clearly, I may have gotten carried away a little.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
In the HR interview it was quite a frank chit chat about my family background, my stay at IIT Kanpur, my interests apart from academics, what did I know about rio tinto, Was I excited to work at rio-tinto, what was Norway like, was it a good place to travel, was I interested in music/dance/acting, my roles in student leadership at iitk, how did I differentiate between a leader and a manager, how did I value safety, what did I think of sustainability for a company like rio tinto etc. Finally she asked me if I had any questions. I had become so comfortable during the interview that I ended up asking more than 5 questions.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
It was a group of 2 gentlemen most probably engineers as the interview was more of a technical one. HR Interview:
I had prepared for almost all the questions asked in the interview so it was a quite a smooth one. Also, to my surprise, I was able to answer all the chemical engineering questions. As for what went wrong, I may have over-glorified my summer internship, as the interviewer seemed a little offended.
Round 5

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Tell me about yourself and your family?
  • Question 2: What was my internship at schlumberger like? What did I like/dislike about the internship?
  • Question 3: How would my experience at schlumberger help me perform well at rio tinto?
  • Question 4: My work related to process design at iit kanpur?
  • Question 5: 4-5 very specific questions related to chemical engineering (mostly process design).
  • Question 6: My work with the control group in Norway?
  • Question 7: My leadership experiences at iitk?
  • Question 8: What did I do differently from previous year team while I was the coordinator, B-club?
  • Question 9: An example of working in a team?
Round 6

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
It was a group of 6 people including both HR and technical people. It was my last interview of the day. This one lasted for 10-12 minutes. No technical questions were asked.
Round 7

HR Interview

Interview Experience
This interview was again a small chitchat. I was asked to introduce myself. Then, they told me about the work that I might be doing there, the culture of the company and weather in Australia. They asked me how could I be useful for the company if selected. Finally they asked me if I had any questions. What went well/What went wrong: it was in their eyes that they wanted to make me an offer so I just had to avoid screwing up anything. Guess I was able to make good conversations and did not screw up technical questions.
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Rio Tinto NA interview

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NAFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Roorkee for NA role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview HR Interview Technical Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
Resume gives you an opportunity to provide information about yourself and also highlight those points which you want the company should focus upon.
Interview Tips
When you prepare a resume scratch out all the irrelevant stuff because such irrelevant points might act as a hindrance in your selection. Thus have only relevant matter in the resume and also ensure that your project descriptions are very concise.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
I did not prepare much for the written test. I gave very few written tests during the recruitment season. The written tests that i appeared for were logical reasoning and aptitude based tests.
The first step was to apply in the company. In the application form we had to write a short account of certain instances in which we worked as a part of a team and also to explain the importance of team work. There was a question in which we were asked to state as to why we wanted to join Rio Tinto. Lots of students applied to Rio Tinto – amongst them only 60 got short-listed for the interview rounds.
Interview Tips
Be very truthful while answering these questions because these same questions would be asked to you during the telephonic interview as well as the personal interview. If you fake something in your application it becomes really difficult to cover it up during later stages.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The questions asked in the telephonic interview were based on the knowledge about the company and the different business sectors the company was involved in. One of the questions I was asked was ‘What does safety mean to you and give a situation where you were in a troubled situation but managed to avert any damage.’ The questions about the team work similar to the ones in the application form were asked. Lastly the interviewer asked me to specify the reason as to why I chose electrical engineering stream. No technical questions were asked in the telephonic interview.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The first personal interview was a one on one interview. It was more of a conversation than an interview. They repeated some of the questions from the earlier rounds like ‘Why do you want to join Rio Tinto?’ and ‘Why did you choose electrical engineering stream?’ Then the interviewer asked a very strange question, he asked me to share my knowledge about Australia.
Then they moved over to asking me question like would I be able to survive the intense climatic conditions in Australia and whether my family would allow me to leave India and work in a foreign country. They also asked me to specify in what sector I would prefer working as an electrical engineer – (power sector or the maintenance sector).
Round 5

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
The second interview was taken by a panel of interviewers. They asked a few technical questions like ‘How would you compensate for low power factor?’ The technical questions were asked from the points and projects mentioned in the resume. Since I had been working on power quality, majority of the questions were asked from that topic.
In my resume I had specified an event; one of the interviewers asked me that if I had to revisit that event then what changes I would incorporate in that event to make it better.
Interview Tips
For technical questions I gained some basic knowledge about the fields in which the company was involved in. For instance, if one is applying in a company which is involved in machining activities then the person should have a good knowledge about electrical machines.For HR questions I ensured that I remain cool and calm during the interview. I knew that during the HR interviews simply blabbering out some prepared answers would not be conducive to the chances of my selection, but on the contrary I’d have to put my confidence on showcase while answering these questions to make an impression.
Brush up on knowledge of AC and DC machines, power quality and circuit breakers.
Motivation for applying
The profile offered is not very clear as of now. But the work would be that of an electrical engineer. The work as far as I know has mainly to do with PLC programming, stuff involving SCARTA and maintenance work.I went through the company’s Wikipedia page and their website before appearing for the recruitment process of the company. Before appearing for the recruitment process of the company make sure that you are aware about the company. Get to know where the headquarters are and what different businesses the company has.
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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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SANCHIT SINGHALFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Test HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Interview Experience
They have a long short listing process. Online aptitude test, 3 short essays etc but mostly, short listing is resume based. There is a telephonic round as well but questions for the same are known well in advance. Few keywords for short listing are 
1 .Technical Skills 
2. POR
3. Cross - Cultural Experience 
4. You get bonus points if you have done some project related to energy, environment etc and have been exposed to an atmosphere where safety practices were critically followed.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: I was asked to tell something about myself. I focused on my Technical Skills( projects, BTP. Tried to present my interest in Energy sector and in technology in general), then my POR where I told about various initiatives and responsibilities I have been involved in my four years and then my outside IITK experiences, my interns and other experiences.
  • Question 2: What do I know about Rio and why do I want to join it.
  • Question 3: About my technical skills
  • Question 4: About my POR
  • Question 5: About cross cultural experience
  • Question 6: If I am given an offer from Schlum and Rio both, then what would I choose and why
  • Question 7: If I liked any sports or art forms etc.
  • Question 8: My 3rd yr internship project
  • Question 9: My BTP
  • Question 10: Why m I not going for higher studies rt away?
  • Question 11: Have I done something ever which promoted safety awareness/practices around me( These people are too obsessed with safety)
Interview Experience
I had 2 round of interviews. Few people had even more than 3 rounds. I was told that I am being given an offer during my 2nd round itself.

Round 1. – Interviewers- Three in no., 1 Australian, 2 Indians.
Round 2. Interviewers- Five in no.- Three Australian. 2 Indian( Don’t know if anyone of them was an engineer. Mostly HR people.)

Because few of the interviewers were Australians, it became all the more important that I spoke slow and it should be clear to everyone.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
The thing that went well was that most of the questions I was asked were expected so I had already prepared for them. They look for certain traits in individuals.<br /> 1 .Technical Skills <br /> 2. POR(not necessarily in extra currics, even a good project management counts)<br /> 3. Cross - Cultural Experience(Adaptability-because you are placed in Australia) <br /> 4. Confidence <br /> 5. Outgoing Nature<br /> 6. Interest in energy/environment etc. <br /> <br /> <br /> I could present that I have most of these traits. I could not prepare well for aptitude during my placement preparation which I should have. I gave few aptitude test but did not get selected. I had some amount of bad luck in BCG and Diamond both in pre interview process and during interview, but that is something which can happen so it is advisable to be mentally prepared for it and try and get shortlisted in as many companies as you can.
General Tips
If you are targeting day one companies than you need to have certain spikes in your resume. These spikes can be academic, research based, internships, POR, extra currics etc. What most of us do not realize is that interview preparation in itself is a very good spike which can definitely get you shortlisted in more no. of companies and increase your chances of getting selected in each of them. I would just suggest. Take good amount of time in deciding what you really want to do. If you decide that you want do a job after your education at IITK, then prepare well for it and earn it.
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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
resume shortlisting phone interview Test Interview Interview
Round 1

resume shortlisting

Interview Experience
You need to answer 3 questions as a part of application process. Spend a lot of time answering those questions. You’ll also be sending your CV in this stage. I was asked various questions like why Rio Tinto, what are the products of Rio Tinto, where is it operating in India, etc. There was also a question based on sustainability development in mining companies.
Interview Tips
The last thing you would want in your application is a spelling mistake. Review those 3 questions as many times as possible. Be very specific in your answers. Go through the company website, wikipedia and other material for information about the company. Your answers should show that you are genuinely interested in the company and that you have done research about them beforehand.
Round 2

phone interview

Interview Experience
All the questions were HR oriented.
Interview Tips
Be very loud and clear during the call. If you don’t understand anything, don’t hesitate to ask the interviewer to repeat the question. Give an alternative phone number along with your mobile number and make sure you have that mobile also with you during the stipulated time of the interview.
Round 3

Test

Interview Experience
They are very easy when compared to other companies. You need not worry about them. There will be a big personality questionnaire that you need to answer.
Interview Tips
Don’t lie much but make sure that your personality that you are projecting matches with the company’s requirement.
Round 4

Interview

Interview Experience
Almost all the questions were HR oriented. My interview lasted around 45 mins, though it was quite less for others. A few questions are the same as the phone interview. Most of the questions asked were test the personality of the candidate.
Interview Tips
Don’t be nervous and shy during the interview. Be honest, don’t lie. Try to show that you can adopt to new environments very easily. Talk about your foreign intern or any other international experience you have had. Mention your leadership and team work skills wherever possible. Prepare for HR questions. Talk to as many alumni as possible and make sure that you mention it during the interview. The interviewer might ask you if you have any questions about the company or job profile. Prepare a few smart questions for this. Have some sense of humor. In my case the interviewer was laughing for almost all the time.
Round 5

Interview

Interview Experience
This is the final stage and a few students will be shortlisted based on performance in the first interview. This interview is very short. The interviewer told me that they just want to take a 2nd opinion on the candidate before confirming the offer. There might be some technical questions along with questions based on your resume. A few questions asked in the first round might be repeated.
Interview Tips
If you make it to this round it means you did good till now. So be confident and show the same enthusiasm during this interview also. Be very thorough with each and every line in your resume. Don’t exaggerate too much about the projects and interns in your CV. I know someone who got rejected as he exaggerated about his work in the internship and could not explain that during the interview. You’ll need to ask some questions about the work profile in this round as well. So prepare some good number of questions.
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Rio Tinto RELIABILITY ENGINEER interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for RELIABILITY ENGINEER role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist HR Interview HR Interview Stress Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
The resume I had prepared was in accordance with the guidelines of the placement Cell. I made a thorough study of those subjects which I had studied as well as which were in my areas of interest. For extra-curricular activities I had a well prepared answer with instances.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Experience
This was held prior to the visit of the company to the campus. Through the telephonic interview they wanted to know what all we knew about the company. What Rio Tinto really does and the areas of operation were the main points of discussion.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Tell me about yourself?
  • Question 2: What are your aims and aspirations?
  • Question 3: What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Interview Experience
It was a combination of technical as well as HR interview. They ask me simple HR questions.They also asked me technical question from Fluid Mechanics. They asked me questions on pumps and cavitations. They also asked me a real time problem. It was somewhat like this:
During mining they use a fluid called xylene. The problem was that if we use xylene during summers then the pump works well but during winter the pump experiences some problem. They asked me to analyse the reason for non-functioning of pump. They wanted to know my approach towards the problem I started with the basic difference which was of temperature between summers and winters. From this I came to the concept of cavitation.
They also asked me to define what cavitation is and what is trimming of pumps.
The next round was completely an HR interview round. They asked me questions related to my extra-curricular activities. They were looking for the qualities that were required for their job. These were leadership, team spirit and also on communication skills. They were framing their questions based on whatever I was telling them.
Round 4

Stress Interview

Interview Experience
The next round was a sort of stress interview. They asked me that there are 4 people standing outside, tell us why should we take you and not them. They also asked me that why did I think I was suited for the job when they believed that I was not capable enough for it. All the time they were noting down my answers. They were specially noting down the words I was using to describe myself.
Motivation for applying
I had heard about the company through my seniors but attending Pre Placement Talk was very helpful in getting to know the company and its requirements. Have complete knowledge about the company by visiting its Wikipedia page or browse through its website.
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Rio Tinto NA interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for NA role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist HR Interview HR Interview Technical Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I stressed a lot my internships that I did in Japan and Germany. I wrote about the impact that I had through my work on the company during my internship rather than getting into the technicality of the work. I just applied in one company and therefore prepared only one resume.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Experience
In the first telephonic interview I was asked questions like:
Why do u want to join Rio Tinto?Why should Rio Tinto hire you?How will you help Rio Tinto develop sustainably?
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
Then next we had our first face to face interview. It was mainly an HR (Human Resource) interview. Questions pretty much similar to those asked in the telephonic interview were asked again, in addition however they enquired about my family background, our strengths and weaknesses. The interview lasted for not more than 20 minutes.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
The next interview was kind of a technical plus HR interview. They were asking questions about Rio Tinto and about life in general, asking my view about certain facts. They asked me questions like ‘What do you do when you get up in the morning?’ and ‘What is the first thought that crosses your mind when you wake up in the morning?’ and so on.  The people who had come to interview us weren’t metallurgical engineers I guess and hence were not quite aware as to what to ask. They were not interested in recruiting a metallurgist.
In the next telephonic interview I was interviewed by a metallurgist from Australia. He worked in a diamond mine in Australia. He gave me a brief idea of what work does he exactly do there. At the end he asked me if given an option which sector would I prefer working in; optimization, team management or leading a team. I chose optimization because even during my internships I worked in this sector. This practically summarizes the whole telephonic interview.

In the last Interview, they asked me about my internships. They asked me to explain the work I did there. They asked me whether I was interested in a field job or wanted to venture into research. I made a mistake by replying that within the next 5 years I see myself working in research and development sector. This is why they waitlisted me, but eventually I got selected. The company recruited 6 people from IIT Roorkee.
Interview Tips
People generally make a mistake by laying a lot of stress on their extra-curricular activities – this is what the company is not interested in knowing. Mentioning about these does help in a way, but one should lay more stress upon what impact you have had on the society and the on the institute through your activities. Also lay greater stress on your academic projects.During the interviews always ask questions to the interviewer which showcase your inquisitiveness and interest in the company.If ever in the interview you are asked whether you would go into the research sector, always reply with a no.
Motivation for applying
I knew about the company before but not in great detail. I did not attend the pre-placement talk held by the company because I was almost convinced that I did not stand a chance to getting selected. Also I did not fulfil some of the pre-requisites set by the company like having industrial experience (during the internship) and also a driving license. Hence initially I did not find it necessary to know more about the company or the profile.
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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist telephonic interview Test Technical Interview Technical Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Tips
Prepare on the basis of your resume and gather company info. Be sure of why you want to join the company and how can you handle the rigors of field work in a core job. No technical questions.
Round 2

telephonic interview

Interview Experience
Preliminary check of the candidate.
Interview Tips
Check for tips on how to appear in a telephonic interview in a calm and relaxed state of mind.
Round 3

Test

Duration
90 Minutes
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Numerical Reasoning
  • Section 2: Verbal Reasoning
  • Section 3: Logical Reasoning
  • Section 4: Personality questionnaire
Interview Tips
Preparing from the CAT study materials helps a lot and the website provides sample question and answers for preparation. Answers in the personality questionnaire are checked for any inconsistencies. So try to be natural.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
Interview by an engineer related to your core field, checks for the candidate’s technical proficiency and team work skills. Questions are usually straight forward and some technical questions will be asked.
Interview Tips
The candidates must remember specific details of his internship experience as it usually decides the interview outcome The usual preparation for appearing in an interview should do.
Round 5

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
Interview by a senior engineer. Interview is usually informal in nature and any doubts regarding work life are explained. He may check thecandidate’s software skills.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
CGPA > 8 is usually preferred though not mandatory, Must have a clear idea of the basic engineering principles. Ability to work in a team is essential for the company. The company often asks for prior experience of managing multiple tasks and meeting deadline. Quantitative Language and Non-verbal skills are checked in the online tests. Internship in the Core industrial field are highly preferred. The candidates are often selected on the basis of the work performed in their internships.
General Tips
The company looks for motivated candidates to work for the company. Aspiring students should have a clear idea of the work environment and the safety precautions it entails, the potential dangers of field work in a remote area. Go though the responses in the previous editions of Tnpedia and get the details from seniors who got placed.
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Rio Tinto NA interview

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AnonymousFresherNot Selected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for NA role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I had mentioned my extra-curricular activities in my resume in a detailed and organised manner (all listed in a chronological order). Most of these were techno-managerial activities (organizational responsibilities in my tech fest). I had participated in an event called Robocon which added a new dimension to me resume.
I had done a project and a couple of internships during my four years of study – I mentioned the details of these in my resume. Although the resume that we submitted was in a standard format as per the norms of our placement cell, I referred to a website of Princeton University to prepare my resume. It’s a very good website and hugely referred by students for preparing their resume. I also got some valuable insights from my seniors for building my resume.
I laid stress on my achievements related to the technical field, because I wanted to land a job in my core field of study.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
The written test was mainly aimed at determining the decision making skills of the candidate. The test consisted of large number of questions and the paper was designed in such a way that certain questions framed in a different manner reappeared later in the test paper. The main purpose for the repetition of the questions was to ensure that the candidate is not lying while writing his replies. It was clearly mentioned in the instructions that the replies to the questions have to be authentic and if a candidate lies it could be easily judged. One such situation was about a machine that required 20 people to operate it efficiently; once 5 of those did not turn up, being the leader I had to determine the course of action. All the other questions were on the similar lines.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
In this they asked questions like ‘Tell me about yourself’, ’What do you know about Rio Tinto’, ‘Why do you want to join the company’ and ‘How would you help the company in sustainable development?’ There was a particular course that the company had just started and the details of which were posted on their website, I was asked to suggest improvements to that course. So, again going through the website and knowing about the company always helps.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
This was my first interview for the placement season. The night before Rio Tinto interview I felt some jitters and hence could not take a good nap and consequently the following day I turned up half sleepy for the interview. I could not reply properly and hence did not qualify for the next phase of the interview.
Interview Tips
Information about company, the working condition, its aims, objectives and values will prepare you for the interview rounds.
Motivation for applying
Rio Tinto is a mining company. They are very particular about your knowledge of the company. So I asked my seniors about it as well browsed through their website. They have a motto and vision related to sustainability and they expect the candidate to know this important facet about the company.

To participate in the recruitment process of the company we had to first fill out form available on their website.
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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist telephonic interview Test Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
Based on your answers in application form and CV
Interview Tips
Study about the safety considerations taken in the industry. There will definitely be a couple of questions on it.Try to highlight leadership skills and team activities.
Round 2

telephonic interview

Interview Experience
Mainly HR questions like your goal, why Rio Tinto, which industry you would like to work, etc. Some questions might also be about your internships and your learning from it.
Interview Tips
Be at ease, and do not panic. Try to sound natural, and not as if you are reading it out from somewhere.
Round 3

Test

Test Sections
  • Section 1: Quantitative Aptitude
  • Section 2: Verbal Reasoning
Round 4

Interview

Interview Experience
Two rounds of interview, depending upon your performance in 1st one. Interviews in general were not very stressful, they usually start off with a few general questions – tell me about yourself, competency based questions, etc. Then they ask: Why this industry and why Rio Tinto – everyone has different answers and there’s no right or wrong but you should be convincing enough, while answering these questions. Expect some questions on what you have mentioned in your CV - internship, projects and extra curricular activities.
Interview Tips
Do not bother for the exact answer. If you are not very sure, just let them know. Be loud enough in your thought process. If CGPA is very high ( > 9.0) or research type internships, then be prepared to face questions like why not going for higher studies, why this particular sector, etc.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
CGPA more than 8.0 is must. Any leadership position, entrepreneurial activity would make candidature strong. Projects related to field work, foreign exposure,etc would help. Candidate should have decent knowledge about Rio Tinto’s activities. And be prepared to face some questions on the same.
General Tips
Think of the possible questions and make some points well in advance, that would help (certainly no need to mug up everything, but make them as guidelines, so that you do not miss any important points). Be confident while answering questions, be cheerful and well dressed. Be prepared to substantiate every point mentioned in your CV ( by citing situations, examples, etc) All the Best !!
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Rio Tinto Graduate engineer trainee interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Graduate engineer trainee role at Rio Tinto
Interview Process
online application telephonic interview Test Interview Interview
Round 1

online application

Interview Experience
Register on the website and fill up the essay questions.
Interview Tips
Take your time to answer all the questions with patience. Do a little research on the background of the company Be slow and clear while talking. Be prepared with the standard questionnaire related to the resume/application filled previously.
Round 2

telephonic interview

Interview Experience
A list of people selected from the applications was sent and slots allotted for telephonic interview. It was an HR interview and no technical questions were asked.
Interview Tips
Do not read out the answers written in the application form.
Round 3

Test

Test Sections
  • Section 1: Numerical Reasoning
  • Section 2: Verbal Reasoning
  • Section 3: Logical Reasoning
  • Section 4: Personality questionnaire
Interview Tips
Basic quantitative questions. Fill the personality questionnaire patiently. Check that the internet does not get disconnected in between the test
Round 4

Interview

Round 5

Interview

Interview Tips
Things you need the most: 1. Confidence 2. Appropriate attire (formal wear) 3. Brush up all the basics related to your department subjects 4. Be thorough with the work done at internships and projects 5. Being a girl adds to the probability of getting selected (but it also depends upon their requirements) Do not be nervous, the interviewers were very friendly. Ask relevant questions when given an oppurtunity to know more about the company.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
Team work, social involvement and sports are most looked for along with adventurous nature, confidence and a willingness to work at remote locations. Exposure to mining and machinery is important. Any project with dedicated work is appreciated. Foreign internship or conferences can add to the cross-cultural experiences.
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