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Epsilon Recruitment 2021 | Eligibility Criteria | Exam Pattern | Students Circles Jobs.

What candidates say about the interview process at Epsilon

  • this was actually nice. You may get to interview with multiple teams and departments Shared on June 24, 2020 – Marketing Consultant / Analyst – West Chicago, IL
  • That is done well but language barrier is an issue. Also promised advancement within company far quicker than you are originally told per interview. This is where favoritism is shown a lot also. Educa…Shared on June 14, 2019 – Packer and Picker – Spartanburg, SC
  • A phone pre-screen, followed by 2 to 3 in person.Shared on September 17, 2018 – Business Systems Analyst, Lead – Itasca, IL
  • Commonly asked questions, as reported by candidates

  • About professional experience and tech, questions.Shared on May 22, 2018 – Sr. Developer – Ohio
  • Do I enjoy being a restaurant manager, why do I like working the long hour as a manager, what makes me happy and why, my salary,Shared on April 19, 2018 – Restaurant Operations Manager – Salt Lake City, UT
  • How did you hear about this job. How much did you get paid at your last job etc.Shared on March 5, 2018 – Operator – Spartanburg, SC

    online test-(platform-mettl) which consist 2 sections,first was mcqs around 20-30, topics were c,c++,java,ds,mysql and the second one had three codes which were easy to medium level based on string and array and in random order for each person. in the interviews there were 4 rounds(3 technical + 1 HR)

    1st round– they started with basics of DS(what is DS,QUEUE and TREE),OS,OOPs concepts,dbms, code to find an element in a Binary tree and one sql query to search the second highest salary. then he asked me “Do you have any question ??” REMEMBER don’t lose this opportunity,basically the interviewers asks this question to check your interest in their company. tip-ask atleast one or two good questions.

    2nd round- the very first question was “tell me something about your self”, OOPs concepts like inheritence,class and object,polymorphism,friend function in c++.,a coding question to find the longest palindromic substring,i started with brute-force and then he asked me to improve the efficiency and also gave me a hint but he got the approach so he stopped me.after that he asked me where and why which language is better between c++ and java.

    3rd round– it was again a technical interview.the interviewer started with basics of java like collection(hashmap,set),OOPs,what is jvm and jdk,again comparison between c++ and java,oops in c++ vs oops in java i told him that i prefer c++ for coding and java for OOPs concepts.in the last he asked “do you have any question for us” and I asked.

    4rth round(HR)- this round started with my introduction,then he asked about my less percentage in graduation,why nitk,about IGNITE(because i mentioned in my resume that i have worked as the head of designing team in IGNITE). then he asked about one of my project and further improvements on that project. then as the last question he asked “do you have any question for us” and i asked him questions like what will be the roll of a fresher in your company and about the technologies on which there company is currrently working.

    c in depth for C,geeks for C++,karumanchi for DS(basics to concepts of advanced DS(like-avl,redblack tree,b-tree,b+ tree,DP,trie,graph)),OS and DBMS-sanchit jain and geeks,geeks for networking, hackerrank,geeksforgeeks,hackerearth,leetcode for coding practice, RS agrawal for aptitute. interview bit for MCQs practice. Durgasoft notes for java (specially for OOPs),daily competitive coding practice (but no need to do for 6-8 hours daily because you have to prepare your self in all rounder way and other subjects also have equal importance).

    Basic knowledge of java,dbms and DS. Make sure you must have atleast 2 good projects (it will be good if you have atleast one database management based project).


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