Is It True That in the 4th round?

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Is it true that in the 4th round, the interviewer will ask to write a program which is not present in PDF?

This is a very common question which is asked these days in recruitment interviews. Yes, I too was asked this question when I sat for Tech Mahindra recruitment drive. And, this is what I answered. I had clearly revealed that I would be going for MBA after 2–3 years of my job. And, the next question was, “Why we should hire you then? You are definitely going to leave us.” Well, here is where your Unique Selling Points (USPs) pitch in. Show the interviewer what you are good at, how your skills will definitely provide a contributing value and how the money firm spends on you will not go waste and will be recovered with gains. Well, cutting the story short, my answer was, “Given my academic record, I can assure you I will be one of the fastest learners in the company. Though I don’t know much about programming languages and computer science (given my Mechanical engineering background), still I would grasp it very easily and maybe better than my counterparts. Second, I like to innovate. Thus, my idle time if any while working will be productive.” The interviewer said, “Thanks. We are done.” And the next I know, I was recruited. Sure enough, when I joined, I topped my training batch, helped my team in automation and got the highest fresher appraisal rating. Thus, all I am saying is, “Show your confidence. Sell your uniqueness and strengths.”

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It may give off a different vibe and give you an extra charge for all your other skills that you are not mentioning. You’ll be surprised on how many candidates don’t say anything when asked these questions.