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Getting Job In Capgemini

As a final year B.Tech student how to get job in capgemini by clearing aptitude , gd , technical , HR rounds?

30th April 2014, 01:17 AM
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There are two ways you can get the job in Capgemini as a fresher,

-> Attending Oncampus/Offcampus drive.

-> Attending Walk-in interview.

Now the first way is easiest and best way to get the job in Capgemini since second option is not followed most of the time for any companies for recruiting freshers.

There will be only 3 rounds for offcampus or oncampus from Capgemini which are as follows,

-> Aptitude Test.

-> Technical Interview.

-> HR Interview.

GD (Group Discussion) round was there before but now it's removed from the selection process.

The aptitude test will contain 50 questions which you need to answer in 1 hr time frame. There will be two sections which are,

-> Quantitative.

-> Logical.

I have attached some of the previous year model papers of Capgemini aptitude test in this post for your reference. Just go through it once and prepare for the test. Make sure you are covering all the main aptitude topics as the above format can change any point of time. There are many books like R.S.Agarwal available in the market which should help you to prepare for the aptitude topics.

CLICK HERE!! to take a online test for Capgemini aptitude test

Once you clear the aptitude round, you will be called in for the technical interview where the questions will be asked from your core subjects mainly covering from C, C++, JAVA, DBMS, OS etc. Make sure you are good with the concepts to clear this round.

Once after the technical interview you will have the HR interview which you can clear easily if you have good communication skills as the questions will be more to check your readiness to learn the job and excel in it.
Attached Files
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File Type: pdf aptitude.pdf(1.18 MB, 276 views)
File Type: pdf R S aggarwal verbal reasoning.pdf(803.4 KB, 322 views)
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