Organization : Genpact
Position : Quality Analyst
Genpact Interview Process
I applied via a recruiter for the position of Quality Analyst at Genpact. The process took two weeks and then I was interviewed at the company. The process included three rounds.
Round 1 - Written Test
The written test was simple and something which allows almost everyone to enter in the next round. There were some aptitude questions that were quiet easy. I would say if you have prepared for a week, you will pass through them. Then there were some technical questions as well which were only moderately difficult.
Round 2 - First Technical Round
This first technical round was easy comparatively (which I will know later when I give the second technical). Some basic SQL questions related with joins and duplicates were asked. They will also ask you about the project you have done so far and they would like you to throw some insight into them as well.
Round 3 - Second Technical Round
This was a bit difficult one. Detailed questions were asked by the interviewer in this round. Majority of the questions were based on SQL only. They asked about the basic unix commands as well. Difference between Mview, view and table was asked as well. They extended the question with which is advisable when and why. Some other topics/questions:
Q1. With output window and table structure given, write down the query, triggers, indexing concepts and performance tuning.
Q2. Give syntax of grep (-i,-c purpose), cut -d and cut-c difference.
How to crack (get into) Genpact Interview
The overall difficulty level at Genpact is moderate only. The questions that are asked during the interviews are basic or just average level. Thus fore mostly, get your basics cleared up through some help or self-help. Prepare extensively on SQL. Majority of the questions will be asked from that area only. If you are thorough with that, you won't find much problem clearing the interview.
Other than that, just go through the basics of unix as well. If you can do that, you can crack the Genpact Interview.
The people are good and if you are stuck anywhere, they will help you reach the answer thus you should be willing enough to reach for the answer. Just avoid sitting dumb or without words. It displays your confidence level which is something they do judge.
Finally, it is unfortunate that Genpact does not offer great packages but it is definitely a good company to start with. Do negotiate if you get a chance and pray for luck if you do. All the very best if you are one of the candidate who is applying for a job in Genpact.
Thanks Anmol for sharing the details of your interview.
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