Organization : Reliance Industries
Position : Graduate Engineering Trainee
Reliance Industries Interview Process
I applied for the position of Graduate Engineering Trainee in Reliance Industries through my college. The revert-back was quick and I was interviewed just after a day in the company. There were two round - one written and one face to face interview.
Round 1 - Written Test
In this round, there were two written tests. The first test was aptitude based. The paper was quite easy to be solved under the given time. There were questions ranging from Quantitative Aptitude to logical reasoning. Some language based questions were there as well. Nothing too difficult was asked and thus it was easy overall.
The second test was a technical test. I was hoping more questions on metallurgy but there were only a few. Most of the questions were only basic level and thus you need not worry too much regarding that. If you have studies, you can answer them all.
Round 2 - Technical cum HR Interview
The interviewer was extremely nice and too polite but at the same time had a deep knowledge into all the things. Only moderate difficulty level questions were asked. I was able to answer all of the questions and the interviewer was thoroughly impressed by me. Some topics you must prepare and on which the questions asked to me were abased are as follows:
1) Cascade control system
2) Flow related questions
3) Valve operation
How to crack (get into) Reliance Industries Interview
They have one of the shortest interview process at Reliance Industries. Only two rounds of interviews sound too relaxing and thus that is one of the benefit you get which helps you a lot. The less the rounds, the less the pressure. At least I feel so.
The written tests were divided into two categories - aptitude and technical. I can tell you that if you have tried with puzzles and aptitude question at any point of time, you won't find any difficulty. They were really easy questions which were asked in the exam. If your English is not good, you just have to work on that as the quantitative questions were very easy.
The technical test as well was not difficult at all. Just go through all the hot topics once and you can easily do the written test very well.
If you are nervous about the face to face interview or this is the first time you will be appearing in an interview, just be relaxed. The people are really nice especially my interviewer was truly nice. You won't feel the grinding pressure on yourself and will be able to answer with a free mind.
There is no system of negotiation for this post and thus you don't have to think in that direction. If you are selected, what they offer is the final one.
In the end, I would just say that I loved being interviewed at Reliance Industries and it was a great experience overall.
Thanks Manoj Singh for sharing the details of your interview.
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