Ameyo (Drishti Soft Solutions) Interview Experience | On-Campus
Ameyo visited our campus in mid-July. It conducted 4 rounds.
First Round: It varies from college to college, in my college, it shortlisted students on the basis of amcat score. Approximately 50 students were shortlisted for the second round which was the technical round.
Technical Round: The interviewer took the interview for about half an hour, started with a most recent project I created which was an online book store, asked about how to reduce database query time, when more than lakhs of user signs in your website, I replied, we can use cache then he asked me how to implement cache and which data structure can be used in this scenario to create the cache, I replied we can use a hashmap of some size to store the users which are visiting more frequently, so if user not found in hashmap, it can query in database and can store the result in hashmap for future reference. He seemed to be satisfied with my answer, then he asked me to rate myself in data structures, and then he asked me three coding questions.
I answered each question very well, then he asked me to give real-life examples of polymorphism and encapsulation, and some basic oops concepts. I was forwarded to the next round which was the project round. Out of 50, approx 20 students were shortlisted for the next round.
Project Round: This round was quite rigorous, she asked me about my projects and took a brief of all, then she asked me to choose any one out of three and explain in detail, how modules have been created, how I have extracted data for my project, how I have used API to do so, which algorithm and how does it work in the backend to produce required results, how have I used abstraction in my project.
- Then, the interviewer asked me to draw E R diagram/table from my 3rd project
- Then asked me a SQL query using my tables, which was quite easy, I solved it using inner join, then she asked me a single coding question which was Reverse a Linked List in groups of given size, I easily gave the answer as I had solved it earlier on GFG. Out of 20, less than 10 were shortlisted for the next round.
HR Round: This round was quite easy. Basic HR questions were asked, family background, hobbies, academic records, college life, your interpersonal skills.
Finally, 4 students were selected, including me, and got the offer letter after the day, the result was announced.
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