Organization : Tally Solutions
Position : Business Development Manager
Tally Solutions Interview Process
I applied through my college for the position of Business Development Manager at Tally Solutions. The process took just one day and I was interviewed at the company. There were three rounds of interviews in total.
Round 1 - Personality Test
Trust me, the people are smart (at least my interviewer was). They will judge you accurately in this round only. There were several questions asked from me which helped them judge the traits of my personality. They also tested my analytical, logical and English skills. The people who were shortlisted were done on the basis of scores they gave to each interviewee.
Round 2 - Behavioral Analysis
Whatever you might have gone through in the previous round, just make the intensity double. The interviewer studies you behavior by asking random questions like:
Q1. What is your dream goal?
Q2. Why are you interested in this job?
Q3. Can you achieve your dream goal through this job? If yes, then how?
Though these questions might sound quite basic but they tell a lot about you than you can think. Also they studied my behavior under a given condition.
Q4. If you have to choose between your parents and 1000 kids, who will you save?
Round 3 - HR Round
The HR round was quite basic. The offer was made and there was no negotiation setup at the company. Whatever they say will be the final offer. You can't do anything but accept or reject it. I was asked more about my personal self as well.
How to crack Tally Solutions Interview
Make sure that you have attended enough sessions at your college. If not, then I suggest you take part in mock interviews or organize sort of group discussions where a senior person or a faculty can raise decision making questions and put you into some situations where you get to know about your behavior. This is what the second interview was all about. The more you practice, the better you become.
For the personality test, you need to work somewhat on your logical and analytical skills. The more you practice, the sharper you can be. As far as English is concerned, if you are good in communication, that should not be a problem. I guess that you might have learnt at least that in your college.
See for your approach. You can be asked some really weird questions. Also, the interviews are long. Thus you need to be confident throughout and have patience. It does not matter what you answer for those weird questions as there is nothing right or wrong, but you need to be prepared for more questions regarding your decision. So answer carefully.
Rest, you can always learn from experience. So, all the best for your interview.
Thanks Megan for sharing the details of your interview.
Send more details and your personal experiences firstname.lastname@example.org