Infosys visited our college on 2nd December 2010. This time once again they had the same selection procedure, with written exam being the main filter. With just over 180 candidates appearing for the exam only 20 made through it and then 14 were able to convert it into final selections.
Exam was in two parts:
1. General Aptitude (Reasoning)
1. Figure Analogy(5 bits, very easy)
2. 5 questions on data sufficiency (very easy)
3. 5 on data interpretation (Very Tricky)
4. 2 Group reasoning Problems(Very difficult i didnt able to solve 7 out of 10 questions)
5. 5 Questions on logical linking of two given statements(easy)
6. No question on syllogism!
1. 2 RCs (Easy, but do it at the last)
2. 8 choosing the correct sentence (Difficult)
3. 7 on error correction (easy)
4. 8-10 questions on Sentence completion (Very easy)
5. Theme Detection (Tricky)
All in all, a candidate must have a good command over the language and just going through the Articles, Prepositions etc. on the last day won’t work.
After written exam, only HR of about 15-20 min on an average were taken which include very general HR questions, specially related to the CV and the candidate’s personal life only.
Anyway, 14 were selected in the end and iam happpy for being one of them.
To summarise, Infosys selection needed just good aptitude and better language command, so make sure that you acquire both well before Infosys. See you at Infosys, Bye.