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Planet Spark Interview Experience | On-Campus 2021

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Planet Spark visited our campus on August 2021 for a Software Engineer role.

The hiring process was very seamless. It consisted of total of 3 rounds. The first one is Coding Round, the second one is the HR round, and the last round was the Technical interview.

Round-1(Test Duration: 1.5 hours): The first round comprised of around 50 MCQ questions including aptitude, logical, C++ output questions, and 3 coding questions(were very easy) conducted on planet spark’s platform.

  • Quantitative aptitude and Logical part were easy.
  • Technical questions were tricky but not very difficult.
  • The technical questions covered questions from computer science fundamentals, operating systems, data structures (particularly LinkedList, sorting algorithm, tree).


  • Solve the questions with a calm mind.
  • Don’t stress yourself during the test because you have to do 50 MCQ questions in 60 minutes and 3 coding questions in 30 minutes.
  • Don’t spend too much time on any question if you are not able to do it on the first attempt.

Round-2(HR Round): This was something unique thing that I haven’t seen in any company’s interview. You have to answer some basic 6 HR-type questions and then record yourself and then submit your recording to planet spark platform.

Questions were like:

  1. Why do you become a Software developer?
  2. What are your motives?
  3. Why do you want to join planet spark?


  • Prepare your answers.
  • Take your time and then say it in a very good manner.

Round-3 (Technical Interview – 20 minutes): The interviewer was very polite and helpful. Interviews were conducted on Google meet.

  • First he introduced himself and then he asked me to introduce myself.
  • He saw my resume and asked me to explain one of the projects that I have mentioned in the resume. I explained my COVID-19 Tracker project and then the follow-up question was what were the technologies that you have used to build this?
  • Then he jumps to DSA part and asked the algorithm for bubble sort and its time complexity.
  • After that, he asked questions from OOPS. The question was to tell me about the features of OOPS. So I explained polymorphism, encapsulation, and all features of OOPS.
  • The last question was from DBMS. He asked me to write a simple SQL query that was based on the concept of joining.
  • And at last, he asked do you have any questions from me?

Results came out after 3 days and I was selected.


  • Keep practicing coding questions from GeeksforGeeks platform or any platform that you liked.
  • Also Focus on CS fundamentals subjects like OOPS, DBMS and DSA.
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Last Updated : 22 Sep, 2021
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