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ITC Infotech Placement Papers | Interview Process | Pattern

ITC Infotech Placement Papers | Interview Process | Pattern

ITC Infotech Placement Papers | Interview Process | Pattern

About the Company

ITC Infotech India stakes its name on the IT industry. The IT services subsidiary of  ITC Limited, the company provides professional consulting and outsourced IT services to customers largely in the US and Europe. It targets companies across many industries, including the banking and financial services, consumer packaged goods, hospitality, manufacturing, media, retail, travel, and transportation sectors. Its expertise ranges from business and quality consulting to product development and infrastructure management. ITC Infotech has subsidiaries in the UK and the US, and it maintains development and delivery centres worldwide. Founded in 2000 the company has grown so well that it has revenue worth 100 to 500 million US Dollars.

ITC Infotech eligibility criteria

Students applying for the placement drive should have more than 60% marks in 10th, 12th and graduation. The candidate should be a B.Tech. or MCA graduate (or in final year) and should have also cleared all back papers (if any) at the time of the application as no standing arrears are allowed in ITC Infotech placements. Along with this, good analytical, interpersonal and communication skills are always an added advantage.

ITC Infotech Placement Test Process

Time Allotted No. of Questions Topics Covered
Aptitude 30 Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, percentages, probability, time, speed & Distance, profit or loss, comprehension, logical reasoning, verbal ability
About the company 10 General Questions
Total 40 Minutes 40

Test Description

The recruitment process of ITC Infotech has the following rounds:

  • Written test
  • Group discussion
  • Technical interview
  • HR interview

The written test has 40 questions and those questions are to be answered in 40 minutes. These are easy to answer and have no negative marks.  The questions are basically easy and here is an example:

A train 500m crosses a tunnel 0.5km between the time 10:05am and 10:10am what is the speed of train?

Once you clear the written test you will be eligible for the group discussion where you will be assessed for your leadership skills. Your knowledge about the given topic is 40% and the way you carry yourself is 60% when it comes to the assessment.

Once you clear the group discussion, you will be eligible for the technical interviews about which we will be discussing in the next section.

Procedure for ITC Infotech campus placement

I. First, you have the Online Written Test usually conducted by AMCAT which has a time limit of maximum 40 minutes where a candidate needs to answer 25 questions. Further, ITC Infotech written test is divided into 3 sections. The details are as following:

1. Quantitative Skills: This section comprises of questions based on PNC, number series, analytical puzzles, time, speed and distance, ratio and proportions (alligations/mixtures etc) and probability. The time allotted for this section is 15 minutes and you might be asked around 5 to 10 questions at max.

2. Reasoning Ability: This section consists of questions based on data interpretation, syllogism, data arrangement, statement reasoning, data sufficiency (Pie chart/Bar chart/Tables) etc. The time allotted for this section is 15 minutes. Focus on solving the set-based questions first, because if you are able to crack the logic, then 3-4 questions will be solved in a go. This would give you huge advantage in terms of time over other candidates. The individual questions can be solved next and each should take maximum of 2 minutes.

3. Verbal Proficiency: This section includes 1 long and 1 short reading comprehension passage, totalling upto 10-12 questions. The verbal ability section also consists of grammatical questions such as fill in the blanks (3-5), sentence correction (3), theme detection (1-2) etc. The time allotted for this section is 10 minutes. The trick is to answer the sentence correction (prepositions, conjunctions, tenses), error spotting and vocabulary based questions in the beginning. Next, solve the reading comprehension by finding answers to the questions directly rather than reading the whole passage. There might be questions based on critical reasoning, though rarely asked, it is better to be prepared for the same.

 

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