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ZS Associates Consultant interview

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Abhay Mehrotra ExperiencedSelected
Application
I Applied for job through Walk-in for Consultant role at ZS Associates
Interview Process
Case Study Interview
Round 1

Case Study Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: I was given some actual Sales data and corresponding incentive plan for 4 different geographies in US. The question was quite open-ended as I was asked to draw as many inferences from it as I could.
  • Question 2: The second question was on a new set of data. This was about an Air Mail company which has carried out some research to estimate various segment of customers that it can target.
Interview Experience
First Case: I said there are three sets of observations that can be made from the data – by looking at the Sales data in isolation, by looking at Incentive plan data alone and by combining the two.Sales Data Analysis - Highlighted a trend (High vs. Low) in sales data across different geographies and rank ordered them - certain geographies were underperforming against the other. He asked me what could be the reason? I said this could be because of varying level of demand (patient profiles) for the drug in different states (targets across states were the same). He then asked me for the solution? I said targets should be set after taking buy-in from sales manager (local knowledge) for particular state. He was not very convinced with this argument (he felt this happens in firms) and then I gave an example of how targets were set by the corporate office in my previous org. Another observation was that out of 15 odd data points, there were only 3 which exceeded the target. Incentive Plan – Bonus payout was split into 4 tiers of performance. Out of this, 2 tiers were giving same % bonus. I highlighted that Combining the two – Made couple of more observations. At the end he asked me what kind of Incentive plan will you suggest for this company. I said that sales data looks normally distributed to me and therefore I will probably recommend a IC plan that is normally distributed. He looked satisfied with this answer ☺Second Case: It took me 5 minutes to just understand what the graph stood for (though I was constantly chatting with the interviewer). But then with Interviewer’s help I made some sense out of it and made a recommendation which offcourse the interviewer didn’t like much ☺. Then he gave me some hints and based on that I changed my recommendation. I think I could have done better here
Interview Tips
ZS interviews are very atypical of what we understand of case interviews. We are use to practicing case interviews in a framework approach. However, in the first case interview, while the emphasis was clearly on testing analytic strength of an individual, the mode was a little different. But if one can apply some framework to it (but don’t force fit please), it’s definitely a plus.
Skills

Skills Tested

  • Case Solving Ability
  • Case Analysis
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ZS Associates Business analyst interview

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Shreesha ChatraExperiencedSelected
Application
I Applied for job through Monster.com for Business analyst role at ZS Associates
Interview Process
Test Problem Statement Guesstimate Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude
Interview Experience
1. Quantitative Ability
2. Data Interpretation
3. Verbal Ability

CAT similar questions
Interview Tips
Though they will not be as difficult as CAT questions, It is better to be prepared. Arun Sharma's books for CAT are of great use for this round
Round 2

Problem Statement

Interview Experience
You will be given a practical case and you are expected to solve it within 30 minutes. There will be both qualitative and quantitative questions. Once you have solved it, you are required to explain the interviewer your answer with appropriate logic.
Interview Tips
Practice is the key for CASE STUDY. you can find plenty of case studies online.
Round 3

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: What are the number of cars in India?
  • Question 2: Number of chewing gums consumed in India per month
Interview Experience
And also this round will consist of resume probe. Be honest with your answers.
Interview Tips
For guesstimate, the approach is more appreciated than the answer. So think loud and ask appropriate questions whenever required. Donot jump into conclusion.
Round 4

HR Interview

Interview Experience
This was a telephonic interview with one of the partners at ZS. questions will vary from typical HR questions and guesstimates and Resume probe
Skills

Skills Tested

  • Soft Skills
  • Ability to analyse
  • Ability To Express Your Ideas
  • Ability To Handle Situations
General Tips
1. Practice Case studies<br />
2. Keep a calm head
Motivation for applying
Good work life balance
Funny Moments
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ZS Associates Business consultant analyst interview

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Akshay DongarwarFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIIT Jabalpur for Business consultant analyst role at ZS Associates
Interview Process
Test Problem Statement Case Study Interview Guesstimate Interview Puzzle Interview Behavioural Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
60 Minutes
No. of Questions
50 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: English
  • Section 2: Maths
  • Section 3: Big data
Interview Experience
The questions were very easy. I solved the paper 25 minutes before schedule and helped a few friends with their question set as well
Interview Tips
Plan your paper before you start. The questions may be easy but are tricky. Precisely why some find it difficult. Stay calm!
Round 2

Problem Statement

Interview Experience
The overall difficulty was moderate. Half of the questions were easy, 2-3 moderate and 1-2 very difficult. There is no correct answer. You just have to come up with your plan and justify it!
Interview Tips
You may want to think from the perspective of a critic to your own solutions and go on improving it till time may permit!
Round 3

Case Study Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Why did you allot these many employees?
  • Question 2: How many visits to the doctor may seem plausible?
Interview Experience
Pretty chilled and you just have to reason!
Interview Tips
Stay confident and be reasonable! It is the easiest of all rounds and you just have to stay with yourself!
Round 4

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Number of wooden articles in college?
  • Question 2: Quantity of cement used in this building (Civil Engg.)
  • Question 3: Number of traffic signals?
Interview Experience
The interviewer is looking for your approach. Think loud and stay confident!
Interview Tips
Practice some questions beforehand. Most approached are similar.
Round 5

Puzzle Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Quickest way to fill a bus
  • Question 2: How would you remove waiting lines in airport?
  • Question 3: Some probability questions
  • Question 4: A simple arithmetic and numerical but quantitative question with graph interpretation!
  • Question 5: Some optimization puzzles!
Interview Experience
This could very well be the toughest round! If you do well here, you are pretty much set!
Interview Tips
Practice as many puzzles as possible!
Round 6

Behavioural Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Situation based questions
  • Question 2: Ethics based questions
Interview Experience
Very calm! No nonsense!
Interview Tips
Answer as if you are Dalai Lama!
Skills

Skills Tested

  • Analytical Skills
  • Data Interpretation
  • Reasoning
  • Intellect
  • Confidence
  • Stress Management
General Tips
Just stay confident and believe you can crack this!
Motivation for applying
Excellent culture!<br />
Great Package!<br />
Awesome perks and benefits!
Funny Moments
I had to appear for 3 interviews within 30 seconds between each! Pretty scary as you are usually called this quick if they want to show you the door!
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ZS Associates Consultant interview

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Aruwin GanesanExperiencedSelected
Application
I Applied for job through Personal Contacts for Consultant role at ZS Associates
Interview Process
Case Study Interview Case Study Interview
Round 1

Case Study Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: A Pharma company is introducing a new drug aimed at certain patients. It needs to work out its sales sand marketing strategy based on the information given. There were 6-7 slides printout with specific questions on each slide. I was required to answer the mentioned questions using whatever data was provided. It was not a conventional case interview. (Case Type-Marketing Strategy)
Interview Experience
Recommended Approach
•Candidate should start with understanding the case completely as a lot of information was given and explained. Any relevant Pharmaceutical words used in the case have to be clarified and no assumptions are to be made.
•As the case had lot of information, it was necessary to isolate useful information from the irrelevant information.
•Since the case included numbers and calculations, the calculations should be done correctly at the first time itself (time can be taken to compute the numbers)
•Interpretation of the graphs is extremely important (and there were only few graphs). Pay close attention to X and Y axes and their units
Interview Tips
Keep calm. Do not make the interviewer think that you are tensed.
heavy importance on numbers and interpretation on numbers
Round 2

Case Study Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: • A cinema theater chain needs to increase revenue and profits. Lot of information was given such as cost of new theater, expected revenue per theater based on its type, profit sharing details between studio and theaters. (Case Type- Sales/Marketing Strategy (Long case like HBS)
Interview Experience
40 minutes was given to read the case and make presentation templates in A4 sheets.
Reading the case itself took more than 30 mins.It was such a big case and had humongous data.
Recommended Approach
•Read the case as fast as possible and mark relevant data
•Give importance to data and try to interpret some useful inferences from it
•Making some graphs in the A4 sheet can be helpful
Interview Tips
It is not possible for anyone to understand the case fully in such a short time, Even the interviewer told this. They were more interested in how I presented and communicated. Of course, the interpretation of numbers was important
Skills

Skills Tested

  • 1)communication
  • Presentation Skills
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ZS Associates interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for ZS Associates
Interview Process
Test Group Discussion Behavioural Interview Guesstimate Interview Case Study Interview HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
60 Minutes
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude Test
Interview Experience
Test consisted of 5 question only, 3 of them being hr questions and the other 2 being Analytical problems. Aptitude was a farce basically, shortlisting was based mainly Upon the resume only i believe.
Round 2

Group Discussion

Group Discussion Topic
SHOULD INDIA GO FOR THE NUCLEAR DEAL OR NOT?
Interview Experience
Instructions were given out initially as to what the evaluators expected from the GD. GD started off with the usual points of pros and cons of the nuclear deal. The various Impacts of the deal were discussed in the process, both positive as well as negative Ones. Finally the group concluded that India indeed should go for the nuclear deal as The positive effects of the deal outweighed the cons.
Round 3

Behavioural Interview

Interview Experience
There was no technical interview, but 2 interviews instead of that. First one was Called the "behavioral interview". Started off with the general questions about Myself.
Round 4

Guesstimate Interview

Interview Experience
Then a guess-estimation task was given to me. Task involved guessing, by Estimation, the sales amount of a particular new product that a company is planning To launch. Interview lasted for some 20-25 minutes. Second interview was the "case Interview".
Round 5

Case Study Interview

Interview Experience
Here a management case was presented before me, whereby I was expected To come out to a solution to the given case problem. I was provided with 30 minutes of Time to solve the same, followed by a presentation of the solution to the interviewer. What followed was a discussion of the case, not just a presentation on my part. Whole Interview lasted for 1 hour 30 minutes around.
Round 6

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The "principal interview" was what is called as the hr interview in common terms. Normal question as to why to join ZS and why should ZS hire you and all followed. A Small analytical problem regarding distribution of resources was also given. Also a Situation on decision making was presented for which i had to find the most suitable Solution. Interview wound up with the interviewer giving me a chance to ask him. Anything about the company or himself, just like the previous two interviews. Appearing for the ZS selection procedure and getting selected was a very heartening Experience. The company took its time to find the most suitable guys for the job. The Treatment given to us was top notch, probably the best any company visiting the Campus had to offer. Lunch and snacks for arranged for all of us as the interviews Lasted throughout the day. The interviewers were very friendly people and after Sitting for a while with a particular interviewer you won't feel like you have met this Person for the first time, of course all of them were highly qualified too. They also Kept us involved in chats while we sat in the waiting halls waiting for our interviews, Which decreased the nervous energy within us by a very significant amount. Overall, That was a unique experience getting recruited by ZS associates.
Skills

Skills Tested

    Skill Tips
    For the juniors, i would say that getting into ZS is not a cakewalk (though it was like That only for me). To get shortlisted only, you need to have a very strong resume, Which should be multi-dimensional (like a bit of sports, some other extra curricular Stuff, leadership representing experiences, prizes and award in various fields), along With a good academic record. 7.5 was the CGPA cutoff, so better have your CGPA well Above that. Additional skills, like knowledge for programming languages like c/c++ And linux and all is very handy if you are sitting for the general analytical Associate profile. Excellent communication skills are a must when you are applying For ZS or any other company. And listen to the PPT carefully and note down the points, This helps you in answering well the hr questions, like why you wish to join our Company. The company states clearly in its PPT as to what kind of people it is looking For, so that is the best answer to the posed question. Wishing you guys all the very Best for your placements. Hoping to work with some of you some day. ;)
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    ZS Associates BUSINESS ANALYST interview

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    AnonymousFresherSelected
    Application
    I was interviewed on-campus for BUSINESS ANALYST role at ZS Associates
    Interview Process
    Resume Shortlist Test Group Discussion HR Interview Case Study Interview
    Round 1

    Resume Shortlist

    Interview Experience
    I used to discuss about the preparation of the resume with my friends, which is how I learnt to prepare a resume. I also received some valuable insights from my seniors for the same. I also made sure that I get thoroughly acquainted with whatever I mention in my resume so that I am able to answer any questions that I’m asked pertaining to the resume.
    Round 2

    Test

    Interview Experience
    I purchased some study materials for the CAT examination (MBA entrance test for IIMs) for the preparation of the written tests. I and my friends would also at times discuss some difficult questions which helped a lot.
    The first round in the recruitment process of ZS Associates was an aptitude test. The paper involved sections on quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning and English. The paper was similar to the CAT paper.
    Round 3

    Group Discussion

    Group Discussion Topic
    Dirty Picture: Good Entertainment or Bad Entertainment.
    Interview Experience
    The second round was the GD. The there were 10 candidates in my GD. The topic under scrutiny was ‘Dirty Picture: Good Entertainment or Bad Entertainment.’ During the GD I was seated 2nd to the last and before me all the candidates had gone for the motion except for one. Before my turn arrived to speak I had decided to speak for the motion, but I realized that all the points for the motion had exhausted and I speak for the motion my points would certainly clash with someone else’s thus there would be no novelty in my points. Hence at the last moment I decided to speak against the motion. This improvisation seemed to have helped me. From my group 7 to 8 marched into the next round.
    Interview Tips
    Everyone would tell you to keep your aggression under check while participating in a GD which you may tend to forget; I would particularly stress upon this do not let aggression get loose.
    Round 4

    HR Interview

    Interview Experience
    There are huge numbers of books available in market which discusses about dealing with interviews. I read some of these books. I studied some of the questions frequently asked in the interviews and while framing answers to these questions I looked back at the years that I spent in the institute and tried to remember some instances which if included in some answers might make them more presentable.In HR interview the interviews asked me to brief them on my resume. They inquired about my internships and projects. Since they interviews were unaware of the biotechnology they were particularly inquisitive about my projects. This was not an elimination round.
    Round 5

    Case Study Interview

    Interview Experience
    The case study was about a shoe company who had both retail and wholesale clients. We had to suggest how the company should spread its representatives across the city. The constraint was that there were a limited number of representatives and maximum sales had to be achieved. The representatives had to be allocated to different areas considering the transportation, communication systems available in that area and the buyers in that area. I did not qualify for further rounds.
    Skills

    Skills Tested

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      ZS Associates Business operations associate interview

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      AnonymousFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus for Business operations associate role at ZS Associates
      Interview Process
      Test Problem Statement Guesstimate Interview HR Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Interview Experience
      Online Aptitude test-AMCAT (verbal, quantitative, qualitative, logical) -Time is a crucial factor here than difficulty, the test is quite average.
      Round 2

      Problem Statement

      Interview Experience
      Day-2- Case study of Real life problem statement.(Math Skills & ideas needed to qualify here)Most important Round according to me. Majority was eliminated here. Those remaining usually make it through final interview. First a Case study is given to solve in around 30-35 mins.(4 questions with subparts also). Next, a "Case study discussion" takes place,1 to 1 discussion where you have to explain your approach/ideas/answers. This round takes up 40-50 mins at least.
      Round 3

      Guesstimate Interview

      Interview Experience
      Tech./Guesstimation Round- Internships/Projects (asked to explain the project and what your role was in it). Guesstimation questions are always asked here and are quite important to the process. Practice a few questions online beforehand to get a grasp of it. Approach here is more imp than the actual answer.(Elimination round)
      Round 4

      HR Interview

      Interview Experience
      HR interview/Behavioral interview- Casual round of HR questions( Hobbies, interests etc are discussed). Qualities are asked to justify with real life examples. A quant questions (average difficulty) were also asked to solve.Almost everyone made through this round.(Final round)
      Skills

      Skills Tested

      • Puzzles
      • Trick Questions
      • Apti
      Skill Tips
      Online materials are enough. Practice Apti. questions in summer for at least a week to build up the speed. Materials from seniors also helped. Trick questions/Puzzles are integral part for some companies, so knowing it beforehand helps. Almost all puzzles are available online.(just Google INTERVIEW puzzles). Andtry and read about the company you are planning to apply for, might come handy in HR rounds.
      Resources

      Preparation materials

      Books
      • R.S. Agrawal- for Apti ,
      General Tips
      Stay CALM and confident. Keep the basics right and be very sure with the companies you want to sit for. Dress smartly and always answer to the point. If confident about yourself, can skip companies for your dream offer.
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      ZS Associates interview

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      AnonymousFresherSelected
      Application
      I was interviewed on-campus for ZS Associates
      Interview Process
      Test Group Discussion Technical Interview Behavioural Interview Case Study Interview HR Interview
      Round 1

      Test

      Duration
      60 Minutes
      Test Sections
      • Section 1: Aptitude Test
      Interview Experience
      Quantitative: There were 2 questions. One was based on speed, distance & time and the other was on probability. Both of them needed a little bit of intuition and common sense. Analytical: 3 questions were analytical and required subjective answers and thus a good IQ and writing skills were essential.
      Round 2

      Group Discussion

      Duration
      15 Minutes
      Group Discussion Topic
      Nuclear Deal between India and USA.
      Interview Experience
      There were 16 of us for the GD round.First we were divided into two groups of 8 each and then each group was then taken to separate board rooms and were asked to sit in a circular fashion around the table. We were provided with notepads and pens, one per person. The topic was then announced by the panel members and we were given two minutes time to get prepared. Soon, we were asked to start the discussion. Over the span of 15-16 mins, I talked about a few valid points such as the importance of the deal in the development of India and how it can provide a solution to reduce the dependency on non-renewable sources of energy to produce electricity.I also discussed a few points regarding the national security and integrity. In the end, we were asked to summarize and conclude the discussion individually.
      Round 3

      Technical Interview

      Interview Experience
      Nothing technical was asked.
      Round 4

      Behavioural Interview

      Interview Experience
      First round was a behavioral interview and I was asked about my projects,club activities,hobbies etc. Finally I was asked to solve a guesstimate.
      Round 5

      Case Study Interview

      Interview Experience
      In the second round of case interview I was supposed to prepare a report for a fictitious company to predict the effectiveness of a sales force that they had hired.
      Round 6

      HR Interview

      Interview Experience
      The final interview as they called it Principal interview consisted of some questions based on basic mathematics as well as some HR questions like what do you expect from your first job and how ZS will help you to fulfill them.Basically it was an HR interview and nothing very technical was asked. It was completely a new kind of experience for me. During the Pre-Placement talk, I was enthralled by the credentials of the delegation from ZS Associates. The manner in which the process of PPT was conducted was very professional and all the aspects were covered in the one and a half hour presentation. The recruitment team was very helpful and supportive at each stage of the recruitment procedure. They were very dignified and despite of their huge achievements I found them to be very humble and down-to-earth. At the end of the day my feeling about the company was that this is the place where I long to belong.
      Skills

      Skills Tested

        Skill Tips
        My suggestion to juniors would be: <br /> 1)Brush up your intermediate and engineering level mathematics. <br /> 2)Keep yourself<br /> updated of current affairs and general knowledge as they are of vital importance to sail through the GD and the Case Study rounds. <br /> 3)Make your Communication skills better so that you are able to express your solutions lucidly to impress the interviewer. <br /> 4)Have an idea about the 'Guesstimate' and learn what should be the right approach to provide a solution to the given problem.<br /> 5)A good statistical approach is essential to provide a convincing solution to the problems stated in the case interviews. <br /> 6)Be prepared for all kinds of HR questions. <br /> 7)Also, a high level of confidence and enthusiasm are sought after by the company.
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        ZS Associates internship interview

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        AnonymousFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus for ZS Associates
        Interview Process
        Case Study Interview Case Study Interview
        Round 1

        Case Study Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: PI Questions: Your past background
        • Question 2: How consulting fit in with your career goals.
        Interview Experience
        Case Details:
        Round one in the process consisted of a mini caselet, mixed with some preliminary motivational questions. The caselet was easy and tested mainly the candidate’s ability to
        interpret graphical and numerical data by identifying trends and possible causes. There was some reference to market entry strategies and risks, but this was not delved into in detail. Nothing unusual. Standard 3C, 4P approach to solve the issue at hand. More driven by approach and strategy than numbers and frameworks. Bound by a confidentiality clause. But suffice to say that it was in line with the case books available on the consulting club portal. The first round was strictly OK. I got the data crunching right but felt I could have done better on suggesting the causes behind the data trends in the caselets. Could have been more prepared for pharma/healthcare practices.
        Interview Tips
        Would suggest preparation of specific examples from professional/personal experiences to support your answers. Be sure to cover or think of all flaws and angles. It’s all about presentation skills and how you can handle large chunks of data. In that manner, it is slightly different from the other case interviews.
        Round 2

        Case Study Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: Identify the issue and make recommendations.
        Interview Experience
        Case Details:
        There were around 40 pages of information including background, industry research, newspaper articles, annual reports and miscellaneous data. The candidate was expected to identify the issue and make recommendations. Calculations were minimal. The main challenge was to finish the reading and evolve a cohesive and comprehensive strategy to solve the problem at hand. The
        findings were then to be transferred to chart paper and presented to the panel. One can expect a fair bit of cross-questioning if the coverage of the case has not been complete. Innovative insights and the ability to fend off questions help. The second round was much much better. The key was to read quickly without getting bogged down by the sheer volume of the data and material. I had minimal cross-questioning and felt that I hit most of the salient points of the case. Problem assessment is the key. The final interview was just to gauge the candidate’s fit with a small econ 101 question on MR/MC.
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        ZS Associates Business analytics associate interview

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        AnonymousFresherSelected
        Application
        I was interviewed on-campus for Business analytics associate role at ZS Associates
        Interview Process
        Test Group Discussion Case Study Interview HR Interview
        Round 1

        Test

        Test Sections
        • Section 1: Aptitude
        Interview Experience
        No negative marking, just go for simple aptitude preparation. If anyone wants to do good aptitude preparation then just go for CAT preparation. Once you have cleared the aptitude test, then everyone is at the same platform.
        Round 2

        Group Discussion

        Group Discussion Topic
        FDI in retail
        Interview Experience
        There was 1 partner and 1 senior.
        Interview Tips
        Panel changes with every round so never expect that if you have a good impression on one of the panelist then it can get you along with the whole process.
        Round 3

        Case Study Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: Choose between 2 credit cards with different data.
        Interview Experience
        Duration was 1 hour.
        Which one to choose?
        Given: The type of people who’d be attracted to different type of credit cards (business class, middle class)
        1. How to advertise these 2 credit cards?
        Given: There are bonus options for employee. Bonus increases exponentially after 80 hours.
        2. Which card will an employee promote more?
        For each of these questions, you have to come up with an answer at the end. Half an hr was given to think about the case and then they call you in to explain for another half an hour.
        Interview Tips
        Case study was nothing but simply data interpretation.
        Round 4

        HR Interview

        Interview Questions
        • Question 1: Introduce yourself?
        • Question 2: Why ZS?
        • Question 3: Strengths and weakness?
        • Question 4: Give a situation in which you faced lot of adversities but eventually you came up with flying colors.
        • Question 5: He asked me about my hobby? And then, asked me to guess estimate on the same.
        • Question 6: How do you manage your extra-curricular's and your time?
        Interview Experience
        1. It was a bit stressed interview. They keep on asking you why you want to go for consulting or analytics or say why ZS. Long term goals, short term goals. I said Photography and he said: "We want to open a photography school in India, now estimate the no. of students who’d enroll in it."
        2. In the whole process, he just wanted to know whether I fit in the group or not. He brought me in my comfort zone. 3. He asked me questions about my internship. One of my intern projects appealed to him because he had worked in that area as well. I was able to connect to him.
        4. In the end he asked me if I had any questions for him. Now this last part is very crucial. It shows your interest in their company. Do take time and read everything about the company beforehand and show your interest. This is a very important for them to know you.
        Interview Tips
        My suggestion is that be cool and don’t be nervous throughout the process.
        Skills

        Skills Tested

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