Campus Placement Procedure for Poornam Info Vision


B.E/B.Tech graduates in streams like Computer Science, Applied Electronics or Information Technology can participate with the campus placement process of Poornam Info Vision. Eligible candidate must have obtained the required qualification with a minimum of 60% marks. Placement process essentially consists of written examination, group discussion and personal interview. Topics like reasoning and aptitude, windows /linux and technical awareness are asked for written test.

Eligibility Criteria for Campus Placement Procedure in Poornam Info Vision

Graduates or Post Graduates with strong technical background will be considered for campus placement procedures in Poornam Info Vision. Those who have completed either B.E or B.Tech degrees with at least 60% marks can apply. Generally, candidates from the following specialization streams are eligible–

  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical and Electronics
  • Applied Electronics
  • Electrical Instrumentation

It is compulsory for candidates to pass all subject papers in B.E/B.Tech, till current semester of study. Apart from this, they should have sound knowledge in subject areas such as - Web servers, Mail servers, C, C++, data bases, Control panels, Linux/Unix/Windows/Networking, and application programming.

Campus Placement Procedure in Poornam Info Vision

Campus Placement in Poornam Info Vision is conducted through 3 main stages –

  • Section 1 – Written Examination
  • Section 2 – Group Discussion
  • Section 3 – Personal Interview (Technical and HR interview)

Objective type question pattern will be followed in the written examination which will be divided in to 5 main parts –

Part 1 – Reasoning and Aptitude Based questions – 10 questions

  • Time & Distance
  • Ages
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Progression
  • Direction
  • Blood relation
  • Simple & compound interest
  • Sets and Relations
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Clock
  • Permutation & combinations
  • Percentages

Part 2 – C questions – 10 questions

Part 3 – Windows /Linux questions – 20 questions

Part 4 – General Technical Awareness – 15 questions

Part 5 – Essay round – 1 essay topic – 200 words

It is compulsory to qualify the written examination so as to attempt other selection rounds. A group discussion round will be organized for candidates who have cleared the written test. This session is mainly intended to evaluate the communication skills of potential candidates. They will be given topics related to current events or social importance and asked to express their ideas related to the same. Those who get selected in this round can attend Personal interview session which includes both technical and HR related questions. Technical questions will be based on topics like Linux, C and C++. Questions based on academic projects and its potential applications can also be expected in this round. The HR interview often covers personal questions, salary package, company knowledge, etc.



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