In recent years, the companies have streamlined their recruitment procedures by hiring through standard tests like AMCAT and E-Litmus.
The procedure is very simple:
You register and take these standard tests. They are held multiple times in a year. The tests are basically to check your quantitative, logical reasoning and verbal along with computer science basics (for AMCAT).
You receive a score. Based on that score, you apply to companies of your choice.
You receive a call for interview. Generally the companies call you to their campuses. The rounds are technical like for CS/IT students, they will ask you to do coding, simple objective questions on Algorithms, OS, DBMS, etc.
You get a job
At Raman classes, we prepare you for AMCAT, E-Litmus, etc. type of tests by covering quantitative, logical reasoning, verbal, etc. In P3, we would also prepare you for second round at the company i.e., coding and technical round. You are also prepared for technical and HR interviews.
Competitive programming based on OOPS platform with STL. 200 problems with 10 different techniques. Experts from industry will share techniques to do efficient coding
1 major and 2 minor internship projects (Note: group of 3 students will choose projects from list of projects). Individual mentors from industry will guide them. Projects will build resume of the students. Will be based on using Python with machine learning, data analytics, NLP, Image processing, etc.
Quantitative (30 topics), Logical (30 topics) and Verbal (Vocab of 1200 words, 30 topics)
Every student will face 3 technical interviews from expert from industry and get written feedback. Sessions will be conducted to improve technical interviews
Full coverage of Algorithms, Advanced data structure (tries, Suffix trees, etc.), C++ programming, DBMS, and OS. 20 problems sheets for courses with each having 20-30 questions based on placement
3 presentations given by each student for 15 minutes with feedback given by industry experts
3 HR interviews conducted by HR experts from industry with written feedback.
3 Group Discussion sessions organised by industry experts (with smaller groups)