Organization : Sasken
Position : Software Engineer
Sasken Interview Process
I applied online for the position of Software Engineer at Sasken through my college/university and the process took a whopping there months before I was interviewed finally. The selection process included Pooled campus test and after clearing it I was interviewed at Sasken. The process comprised of three rounds - Written test, technical round and HR interview.
Round 1 - Written Test
The written test was quite easy as it was an MCQ based test with all sort of aptitude puzzles and some Basic English skill set related questions. The test was easy and one can easily complete it in the given time. I was expecting a bit more difficulty level in the test though.
Round 2 - Technical Round
The technical round was comparatively on the higher side of difficulty. But the best part was that the interviewer had a nice nature and he was quite intelligent as well. He knew all the technical aspects and thus he was able to elaborate questions as required by me. The questions were based on arrays, strings and data structures majorly. Only one complex coding problem was given to me and the rest questions were basic level only.
Round 3 - HR Interview
The HR round was tougher than the technical round for me. For some reason, I find myself more nervous while answering questions based on me. I am technically good but the human resources related questions make me clumsy. "What will you do if you get a good opportunity in a data entry job?" I was shocked to hear this question. Through all such questions, they try to manipulate you and judge your confidence level. If you are a confident person, it should not be difficult for you.
How to crack(Get Into) Sasken Interview
The interview process is fairly simple at Sasken. Once you clear the college pool, you only have to go through three rounds out of which one is a simple MCQ test. The technical interview is not a tedious process. Even if the interviewer asks you a complex problem, you are most likely to be helped by him while doing it if you don't give up. So it makes the process a healthy one.
The HR interview is quite the same as you might have experienced in other companies. Nothing technical was asked from me. They were all the general questions and the interviewer just wanted to explore me and my strong points and weak points. Also they are likely to judge you by your confidence so try not to be nervous in your answers.
Rest all I can say is best of luck to the candidates who are preparing to crack Sasken Interview.
Thanks Nitika Singh for sharing the details of your interview.
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