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Snapdeal Analyst interview

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Kaustubh GuptaFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Analyst role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Group Discussion Problem Statement Case Study Interview HR Interview Guesstimate Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
It was a bit disappointing to not get shortlisted in a couple of companies I was looking forward to, but I really didn't expect much with my CPI (6 pointer during placements). But my internship helped me loads and gave my resume one 'spike' which became crucial.
Interview Tips
Maintain a good CPI, as you've heard from every senior, but is necessary. Also keep a couple of profiles in your mind, which you want to work in, and then create a resume as such, and take up internships and POR's, all good spikes for which a recruiter, mostly including an IIT alumnus look for.
Round 2

Test

Duration
12 Minutes
No. of Questions
50 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude Test
Interview Experience
A make or break situation for me due to my poor CPI. Fortunately I got shortlisted in almost all companies for which I gave the test, for GD and so on, so it's a very very crucial part of the placement process.
Interview Tips
Be smart during giving your tests. The recruiter judges your decision making skills and speed skills through this. Specially with students with an average CPI, this is the most important step as companies that come for mass recruitment make their decision on this basis.
Round 3

Group Discussion

Duration
20 Minutes
Group Discussion Topic
Problem to be solved
Interview Experience
For SnapDeal, they had what they called a Group Activity but it was per se a GD. They gave us a problem, a general aptitude question and they gave us hints in order to solve it. I tried to take charge and maintain decorum among 20 people there and it helped.
I was way more silent during my GD for Flipkart and that is the worst thing I could have done.
Interview Tips
Always speak up. Content matters less, being smart and practical matters more. You can twist the points of another person, but keep your stand, whatever side you take. Just keep calm and speak your heart out. Also, give everyone a chance. If someone in the room hasn't spoken a word for some while, take the initiative to stop the discussion then and there and ask that person his/her views. A moderator is not always looking at a person who starts or ends well, he might be looking for a person who is a team player.
Round 4

Problem Statement

Interview Experience
Unfortunately never had the chance to tackle this part of the process.
Interview Tips
Do what you feel is right, even if it's going wrong. An attempt matters, don't leave the space blank.
Round 5

Case Study Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Estimate the revenue of a Dominos outlet.
Interview Experience
There were different approaches to tackle this problem, and I mostly took the most complicated and inaccurate one. But I was confident in what I was doing. I estimated the amount of pizzas delivered and purchased on the spot, estimated the number of people served by the outlet area-wise, where I could have used an age distribution method. I guesstimated the cost of one pizza, also dividing into sizes and also included other side orders. The interviewer was happy and got selected in to the next round. This is for a company by Indus Insights, a consulting firm.
Interview Tips
Practice makes perfect. Cover all case interviews and practice hard, specially for a consulting firm obviously. Be confident with the method you use, and constantly interact with the interviewer. Do not underestimate the importance of keeping the interviewer in the loop. Tell him/her what you are thinking, even though it's rubbish, and ask them for clarifications wherever you're stuck. It's not just your problem solving skills, it's a test to how you present the solution to a potential client.
Round 6

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Tell me about yourself.
  • Question 2: Why E-commerce (or whatever field you're applying to)?
  • Question 3: Why Snapdeal (or whatever company it is)?
Interview Experience
I started off with my basic introduction i.e. Name, Branch, hometown etc. Then I shifted to my intern as it had been the most recent activity I had done. So on, I continued covering all my internships and POR and then told some of my hobbies. Regarding the why e-commerce question, I mentioned the fact that it's the fastest growing market in the world, and the company is among the top firms in this market.
Interview Tips
Its important to prepare these questions before hand. These are make or break questions as these relate to whether you'll fit the dynamics of the firm. Its important to be energetic and lively. What you show in the interview is exactly what they perceive to be your general status and personality. Always saw the firm excites you and you should be aware of the functioning of the market and the firm. Studying up earlier is a must, regarding recent developments in general as well.
Don't be afraid to cross question regarding the company and other affairs related to the company.
I wasn't asked a behavioural question as such, but try not to get cocky. Keep it simple, and don't get frustrated.
Round 7

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Estimate the costs of an Auto-Rickshaw driver. (No time frame)
Interview Experience
I started off by asking the time frame. Nothing was cleared by the interviewer so I started asking the basic questions, regarding city, etc. I broke down the costs i.e. Personal and related to maintenance. Asked a ton of questions in order to keep the interviewer involved.
Interview Tips
A guesstimate is quite similar to a case interview, but this tests more general knowledge wherein a case questions your intellect on the case itself. Similar tips as to tackling a case, but you make loads of assumptions yourself. Read some population and area data of major Indian cities before hand, and keep asking whether the assumptions you're making sound reasonable or not. Don't worry if the answer is too random, it's more about the process rather than the figure.
Also, if you have read up before on how to solve guesstimates, you'll face something called as Sanity check. In the interview, you aren't asked to do one, try and avoid unless you are really confident.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
Speed is crucial in the tests. Half of the people usually complain on missing out on questions.
General Tips
Don't lose hope. Placements are a tiring process. People with brilliant resumes don't get placed and haven't gotten placed yet. So keep on fighting, you will get placed in a good company with a good package soon. Also don't reject a company if the package is okay, it's your first job. You are being awarded money based on one interview, they don't know your work yet. So choose a job where you like the profile instead of the money.
Motivation for applying
It is a fast growing company in the fastest growing market. A company where growth is fast and leaning experience is endless. They have also taken up social projects towards which I have some inclinations so that helped.
Funny Moments
One of my friend got placed a day before me in Olacabs, and had a higher CPI than me. The day I got placed he was with me, and I could not help laughing the fact that I had a higher package.
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Snapdeal Software developer interview

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Piyush RamanFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIIT Jabalpur for Software developer role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Technical Interview Test Technical Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
60 Minutes
No. of Questions
23 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude / C-based output question / 2 coding questions
Interview Experience
I did both coding question ( 1 full and 2nd partial ) and 5 MCQ only and was shortlisted
Interview Tips
Refer to interview sets on Geeksforgeeks.
Do solve both the coding questions first. Not necessary to pass all test cases for both.
Then go for C based o/p questions. At last aptitude.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Discussion on internship at IBM' Cloud Unit
  • Question 2: Find LCM of all numbers from 1 to n. Give an algorithm, then correctly estimate the time complexity
  • Question 3: SQL vs NoSQL. Why NoSQL
  • Question 4: Some DBMS designing question relating to Snapdeal website
  • Question 5: JAVA-Spring and Hibernate
Interview Experience
I did not know JAVA and DBMS so could not answer any of the last 2 questions. I told him directly thati had no experience in JAVA / DBMS and justified. I had proficiency in Data Structure and Algorithms and I beleive the interviewer liked my internship work on Cloud / Virtualization
Interview Tips
Focus on Data Strucure-Algorithms, JAVA, DBMS, Puzzles
Round 3

Test

Duration
60 Minutes
No. of Questions
3 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Rotate a general matrix by 90 degree
  • Section 2: Find all anagrams
  • Section 3: Find a triplet in an array that sum to a given value
Interview Experience
All repeated questions from previous interviews.
Interview Tips
Refer interview set from geeksforgeeks.org
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Variation of http://www.geeksforgeeks.org/find-possible-words-phone-digits/ Given a dictionary of words and a number n. Find count of all words in dictionary that can be formed by given number n.
  • Question 2: Given an array of elements. We can perform following operation only- Increase an array element. Cost of operation is the amount of increment made per array element. Now for a given H, we need to make any H ( not necessarily consecutive ) elements of array equal with minimum cost. E.g. N=6, H=4 2 3 5 6 4 4 changes to -> 4 4 5 6 4 4 Cost is ( 4-2 + 4-3 = 3 ) N=6, H=3 2 3 5 6 4 4 changes to -> 2 4 5 6 4 4 Cost is ( 4-3 = 1 ) Optimal complexity- O(N)
Interview Experience
For the first question, I started by exponential solution and reduced it to polynomial. We
discussed various approaches and tried a variety of methods and after
1-1.5 hrs of discussion finally ended up with an O(1) solution with some
pre-processing overhead. After achiveing O(1) time complexity, he asked
to further optimize the space complexity.

Usage of Trie / TST. Internal Implementation of Hashing structure and replacing the hashing mechanism using Trie / TST.
Interview Tips
Focus on Tree, Stacks, Queue, Linked List, Hash Maps, Trie, Hashing, String Algorithms, Ternary Search Tree
Round 5

HR Interview

Interview Experience
Typical HR
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
Focus on Data Structure-Algorithms and programming in either C++ / JAVA
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • Narasimha Karumanchi- Data Structures Made Easy,
  • Cracking the coding interview,
General Tips
Practice programming
Motivation for applying
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Funny Moments
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Snapdeal Analyst interview

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SAHIL .FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Roorkee for Analyst role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Group Discussion Puzzle Interview Guesstimate Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
20 Minutes
No. of Questions
50 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude Test
Interview Experience
It was a speed Test. Question including all the aptitude areas English, Calculations, Mental Ability etc.
Interview Tips
Be a human calculator, you shouldn't do calculations manually. Everything should be done in your mind.
Round 2

Group Discussion

Duration
10min. Minutes
Group Discussion Topic
Whether the new start-ups focus on quality or offers??
Interview Experience
It was GD of 20 students at a time so you can guess there was no time for everybody to speak their mind. But still in the end everyone was a given chance so that they can speak. I was given the chance to speak in the end and I utilized every bit of it. I used snapdeal (the company in which I was appearing) in the illustrations and some good management keywords which make my impression very good in-front of the Invigilator.
Interview Tips
You don't need to be mind blowing in English, all you need is the content. Don't speak in layman language, try you use some big words and always say all the good things for that company in illustrations. Try to avoid using competitor of the company.
Round 3

Puzzle Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Cube with six colors how many different cubes can be obtained?
  • Question 2: Mean median mode, why median is best
  • Question 3: whether 899 is prime or not??
Round 4

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Guess the amount of water used in the college?
  • Question 2: Calculate what single cut bookmyshow should charge from the customers depending on the various factor..... Ans. List the factors like movie of superstar, festival occasion etc.
Round 5

HR Interview

General Tips
1. Dont take written test lightly. Prepare as much as you can.

2. Join any CAT preparation websites or coaching.

3. Prepare for GDs with groups other than yours regularly.
Motivation for applying
Big Package

Good profile, the one I was looking to enter into.

Had a great internship their, so kind of PPO
Funny Moments
How I was almost out of the process??  First they announced a cut off 41 out of 50 in their written test. About 259 students were shortlisted. Just before the GDs were to be held in the evening of Day 2, a notice appears that cut off has been revised and new cut off is 47. Only 58 students were there in the new shortlist. Imagine other 200 students, all suited with preparations done, were asked to leave the scene !! I was very serious about working in an e-commerce company. Guess what, I had 42 marks in the test.We were walking back to the hostel, clicked some pics thinking at-least wore the suit for first time and abusing the company blah blah blah.But then came the news just half an hour after that and Luckily some guys convinced the Snapdeal's Placement coordinator and yes we were back in the race, actually won the race :D
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Snapdeal Software engineer interview

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Aman JainFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Guwahati for Software engineer role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Technical Interview Technical Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Test Sections
  • Section 1: Coding Round
Interview Experience
Algorithmic coding test was conducted on hackerank platform. Around 60 students gave online test. There were 4-5 algo questions to be done in 90 mins duration.
Interview Tips
Try to do at least 2 questions.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
First Interviewer asked me to introduce myself. Then he asked me questions on data structures & Algo. He asked me about tree data structures, why it is used, time complexities of various operations on tree, balancing of tree, AVL Tree. He asked me write AVL Tree insertion, deletion, update code. Then he jumps to BTree, B+Tree and asks me write code on paper for various operations. Questions were asked on indexing, various types of indexing, how it is used in databases, etc. Then he briefly asked about the project I done in my internship.
Round 3

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
Interviewer asked me how was my 1st round, I said it was great. He first asked me introduce myself. Then he asked about my projects mentioned in my resume. I done a project in machine learning on spam webpage detection. He was interested in that. He asked me what language, libraries I used to implement that project. Then he gave me real time scenario to predict whether an item is explosive or not. Then I approached this problem and asked information related to problem. He was impressed by the approach I target the problem. He asked me what machine learning model will be best and what are their pros and cons. Then he asked me question that given 100 sorted linked lists, you have to merge them and return single sorted linked list. I gave 3-4 solutions with their time & space complexities.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
Interviewer asked me common HR questions like tell me about yourself, my family background, why do you want to join the company, what impact you can make in Snapdeal, why should we hire you. After that he congratulated me for the role of SDE at Snapdeal. I was very happy at that moment.

All the 5 students cleared this round.
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • 1.Books U00ad Cracking The Coding Interview (Gayle Laakmann),
  • Coding Interview Questions : Narasimha Karumanchi,
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Snapdeal Software engineer interview

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Sarvesh MaheshwariFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Jalandhar for Software engineer role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Technical Interview Technical Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
90 Minutes
No. of Questions
25 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Technical+coding
Interview Experience
There were 22 MCQ questions  on the technical .while 3 questions were of coding type .1.check for balanced parentheses in an expression2. Find out next higher number with same set of digits3. Doesn't Remember.
Interview Tips
MCQ questions were not time consuming , so try to do that questions in less time , so you will get enough time for coding questions.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Calculate the level sum of the binary tree.
  • Question 2: defective ball puzzle problem
  • Question 3: some basic problems (OOP concept,basic datastructures)
Interview Experience
My experience was very awesome , i answered all the questions , although in starting i was very nervous , so at starting interviewer help me get my confidence, interviewer was very helpful.
Interview Tips
Don't get panic. Just listen the questions carefully and then answer it.
Round 3

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Vertical sum of binary tree
  • Question 2: Questions on TCP/IP, Database, OS, Data-structures, (and on many more which you studied in your whole college life)
  • Question 3: calculate the top 10 words , which comes frequently in 1 hour time span , on facebook, (dynamically)
Interview Experience
I was not confident while answering Q3, and my answer was not appropriate, though after with little help of interviewer i got the answer properly.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Tell About Yourself
  • Question 2: Family Background
  • Question 3: Number of rectangles/squares in chess board
Interview Tips
Keep confidence and show them good communication skills.Previous round's performance also matters in this rounds
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • Addison Wesley - The C++ standard library_a tutorial and reference --> for STL,
  • Narasimha Karumanchi-Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy -->For DS,
Funny Moments
In H.R. RoundOne of my friend was interviewed before me, so he told me the questions,H.R. asked him, and one of them was, number of squares in chess board, and then there was my turn for H.R. interview, i went, and he asked me , In chess board , there are how many , before completing his question i answered,204,  while his question was , how many rectangles,  "ye question pakka tune apne friend se pucha hoga :p " then we passed smiles, but i gave him proper solution of calculation of 204, and then answered my question too.
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Snapdeal BUSINESS ANALYST interview

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AnonymousFresherNot Selected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for BUSINESS ANALYST role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I had a standard resume for this company as per our institute placement cell norms.

I prepared resume keeping in mind the areas of interest that would suit the company’s requirements. The companies that recruit students from all departments usually tend to recruit students seeking interests in subjects related to management. I knew about this and while applying to non-core companies I specified my areas of interest as these subjects.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
The first round was the written test. The paper was composed of general aptitude and basic programming questions. For programming questions we were told that in case we did not know the desired syntaxes we could write the algorithm for the problems. Since I was not a proficient coder I preferred writing only the algorithm for the coding questions. There were also some logical reasoning questions (mainly puzzle types). For example in one of the questions we were given a multi coloured cube with each side having a different colour. Initially the cube was kept with the blue colour appearing on the top surface; then the cube was rotated along various axes, we had to specify which colour would appear on the top surface. I qualified the first round.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The second round was an aptitude interview round. In this interview I was asked about the preference with respect to the profiles ordered (programming or analytics). I replied that I would like to join the company as an analyst, however if given an option I would be open to learning programming as well. The interviewers were delighted to know about my interests in learning newer things.

The interview further asked me puzzle based logical reasoning questions like ‘How to find the odd coin out of 8 coins of which 7 are similar in all senses in two weighing steps by use of a balance?’ He asked me few more of these types; I successfully managed to answer all these questions.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The final round was again a personal interview. This was actually supposed to be a profile specific interview; however since I had earlier said that I was open to getting recruited in both the profiles they asked me questions from programming as well as analytical questions. I informed them again that I was interested in learning programming but did not have much clue about it at that time. They did not pay any heed whatsoever to my plea and kept asking me questions related to programming. They asked me some questions and told me to suggest some algorithm for those questions since I did not know coding. I framed some algorithms but they did not seem very convinced with my answers. Eventually I was not recruited.
Interview Tips
As per my experience I would say that knowledge about C++ is necessary to get into the software section of Snapdeal. They want people who are well versed with puzzle solving questions and who can solve analytical questions easily.
Motivation for applying
I got to know about the company and the profile through the pre-placement talk by the company. The company is one of the leading e-commerce website today and is quite famous among the youth. Hence I had knowledge about its existence and field of work beforehand.
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Snapdeal interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at BIT Mesra for Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test PERSONAL INTERVIEW ROUNDS.
Round 1

Test

Interview Experience
Written Test:The first round was the written test. There were 8 theoretical questions asked in the paper. The questions were either in the form of puzzles or probability based questions. The first three questions in the paper were compulsory questions and needed to be answered correctly for the rest of your paper to be evaluated; if a particular candidate answered any one of these questions incorrectly then he was rejected then and there. Apart from these 3 questions solving 2 more questions would have assured a candidate’s chance of getting selected for the next round. The duration of the test was of around 40 minutes.
For the written test nearly 200 people appeared out of which 30-40 were shortlisted for the interviews.
Interview Tips
I am extending the helping hand to all my Juniors Hope the present 4rth years[passing out this year] will also do the same and participate in a better and bigger cause.I consulted my seniors for preparation of my resume. I believe that seniors provide the best provide you with the best possible insights in this regards.
Round 2

PERSONAL INTERVIEW ROUNDS.

Interview Experience
Interview:
The second round were the personal interview rounds. Before the interview we were handed over a form wherein we were asked to fill in our preference of profile. I filled in both as my preferred profile.1st PI :::
It was a interview round. This round had no definite pattern. Some candidates were asked puzzles and estimation questions (like estimate number of street lamps in your college). Some candidates were asked HR questions based on their resume. For some candidates interview was a mixture of puzzles , estimation questions and HR questions.Interview duration was about 20 minutes.
My questions were ::There are 3 couples (each couple consists of a man and a woman: husband and wife pair) who want to cross a particular river with only one boat available for the voyage. At a time the boat can carry a maximum of 2 people and a woman cannot stay in presence of other male in absence of her husband. All three couples want to cross the river, what are the ways in which this could be done?
There are 2 ropes which burn in 60 minutes. How to measure 45 minutes without cutting any of the ropes?
In the coding questions the interviewers did not ask me to write down the complete codes of the problems, they only asked me to suggest some suitable algorithms. In one of the questions they gave me a binary number and asked me to write down the algorithm to calculate the number of one’s in the binary number.[remember all these cause i have my personal blog . P.S. will let u all know later]2nd PI :::It was also a interview round. In this round candidates were asked some puzzles which you can find in book "How would you move mount Fuji". Candidates were also asked to explain about their summer training project. Major part of interview consisted on questions based on resume and HR questions like Why Snapdeal, Where do you see yourself in next five years, What is your dream job, what is your ultimate goal in life, What is your passion etc. For software profile some technical questions were also asked. Interview duration was about 45 minutes.In second round of interview I was asked some hardcore programming questions on data structures since I wrote it as my area of interest. Some of the questions asked were:What are tree traversals?
What is pre-order and post-order?
If you have an array of ‘n+m’ elements and have these ‘n’ elements separately and you have to transfer these n elements in the n+m element slot which already contains the m elements. The transfer has to be done in such a way that all the m+n elements are sorted.
I was asked some puzzles as well. For instance in one of the puzzles, I was given a square consisting of 9 dots on its periphery; I was asked to join those 9 dots using 4 lines without lifting the pencil.
Interview Tips
Final : we had to wait long before the apple fell on us uups just like Isaac Newton .. I got Selected along with some of my mates . smile emoticon smile emoticon . Hope u people also do well in your future . Best of Luck
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Snapdeal BUSINESS ANALYST interview

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AnonymousFresherNot Selected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for BUSINESS ANALYST role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Puzzle Interview Technical Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I consulted my seniors for preparation of my resume. I believe that seniors provide the best provide you with the best possible insights in this regards.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
The first round was the written test. There were 8 theoretical questions asked in the paper. The questions were either in the form of puzzles or probability based questions. The first three questions in the paper were compulsory questions and needed to be answered correctly for the rest of your paper to be evaluated; if a particular candidate answered any one of these questions incorrectly then he was rejected then and there. Apart from these 3 questions solving 2 more questions would have assured a candidate’s chance of getting selected for the next round. The duration of the test was of around 40 minutes.
For the written test nearly 300 people appeared out of which 30-40 were shortlisted for the interviews.
Round 3

Puzzle Interview

Interview Experience
In the interview I was asked few puzzles and few coding problems.

Some puzzles asked were:

1) There are 3 couples (each couple consists of a man and a woman: husband and wife pair) who want to cross a particular river with only one boat available for the voyage. At a time the boat can carry a maximum of 2 people and a woman cannot stay in presence of other male in absence of her husband. All three couples want to cross the river, what are the ways in which this could be done?
2) There are 2 ropes which burn in 60 minutes. How to measure 45 minutes without cutting any of the ropes?

In the coding questions the interviewers did not ask me to write down the complete codes of the problems, they only asked me to suggest some suitable algorithms. In one of the questions they gave me a binary number and asked me to write down the algorithm to calculate the number of one’s in the binary number.
Round 4

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: What are tree traversals?
  • Question 2: What is pre-order and post-order?
Interview Experience
In second round of interview I was asked some hardcore programming questions on data structures since I wrote it as my area of interest. Some of the questions asked were:
If you have an array of ‘n+m’ elements and have these ‘n’ elements separately and you have to transfer these n elements in the n+m element slot which already contains the m elements. The transfer has to be done in such a way that all the m+n elements are sorted.
I was asked some puzzles as well. For instance in one of the puzzles, I was given a square consisting of 9 dots on its periphery. I was asked to join those 9 dots using 4 lines without lifting the pencil.
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Snapdeal Analyst interview

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FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Analyst role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Interview Interview
Round 1

Test

No. of Questions
11 questions
Interview Experience
There was a multiple choice test with 11 questions based on quantitative and analytical ability. Attempt all the questions as the cutoff was as high as 9 out of 11.
Interview Tips
You should have a good command over +2 mathematics and logical and analytical problems. You should have an explanation of whatever is present in your resume with documents to back it up.
Round 2

Interview

Interview Experience
It was completely a profile based interview and questions were asked directly from the resume.
Interview Tips
Don’t write false information in your resume as it is scanned thoroughly.
Round 3

Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Questions from the tests.
  • Question 2: Logical and analytical puzzles.
  • Question 3: How to increase efficiency of the interview process ?
  • Question 4: How to eliminate a defective pack (empty) from a bunch of non-empty ones while loading for transportation?
Interview Tips
Good puzzle solving skills and presence of mind are required.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
1) CGPA doesn’t matter<br /> 2) Good analytical skills and logical reasoning are all they look for (qualifying competitive exams like NTSE gives you an edge) <br /> 3) Internships play a vital role <br /> 4) Knowledge of Business Process Improvement methods is an add-on but not a necessity. <br /> They don’t exactly look for any extra academic involvement but if a person has done some work it will be beneficial to show managerial skills. They tested quantitative ability in written test . In the interview for the profile of Product Analyst all they looked for was your logical reasoning ability and presence of mind. Internships are crucial and your HR interview revolves a lot around them. If you like to solve puzzles, the interview will be a piece of cake. If you are not in habit of solving puzzles, do read books like “Heard on Wall Street” and solve problems on websites like www.techinterview.org. These will not only help you in this interview but will be very useful in all the puzzles you face in such interviews.
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • Heard on Wall Street,
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Snapdeal Software developer interview

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Abhinav AnandFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Guwahati for Software developer role at Snapdeal
Interview Process
Test Test interview 1 interview 2
Round 1

Test

Duration
12 Minutes
No. of Questions
50 questions
Interview Experience
It was a test of speed as well as accuracy. There were very basic questions of maths and aptitude. Anyone with some practice could clear the test.
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
The second round was a test of your coding ability, again basic C++ questions, which could be solved easily with some practice of competitive coding.
Interview Tips
Do practice coding on online platforms(hacker-rank, co-cubes, etc) before, as the test was held on these platforms only.
Round 3

interview 1

Interview Experience
Most of the puzzles asked were of standard type, that can be practiced by following any standard text book or any site.
Interview Tips
Keep discussing puzzles among your group, that would benefit you and the group at the same time.
Round 4

interview 2

Interview Experience
It was a test of my approach to any question rather than the exact solution. It was kind of a very interactive session rather than a formal one. They asked questions related to the courses that I had undergone and not anything from some other planet.
Interview Tips
Feel free to ask the interviewer for some hints or if your approach is correct or not.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
You need to have a strong grip on DS and Algo as this is the most important aspect that they wanted any student to have.
Resources

Preparation materials

Videos
  • http://nptel.ac.in/courses/106102064/,
General Tips
Be confident and just try to tackle every problem in a very organised manner (as you would have practiced before in your group or during practice).
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