Perot Systems campus job employment exam on 14th March 2007 at Techno India for 3rd year students recruitment.
Perot Selection Criteria & Pattern:
The eligibility was 65% in 10th, 12th and B.Tech with no backlogs.
Following sections were there:
Written Test 1 (Aptitude and Logical Programming)
Written Test 2 (English)
GM / HR Interview
WRITTEN TEST 1: Aptitude and Logical Programming
First is the aptitude and logical programming tset. There are 60 multiple choice questions to be done in 60 minutes. There are 4 different sections of 1 marks, 2 marks, 3 marks and 5 marks questions. There is no negative marking in the test.
The first is the aptitude section which has the following types of questions:
1. Series completion (10-15 Q) (1 marks each)
2. Data sufficency (10-15 questions) (2 marks each)
3. Time distance, profit and loss, trains, time and work, etc. (3 marks each)
There are 10 questions each having 5 marks. There are three flowcharts, 1′s complement, 2′s complement type questions and some logical programs output finding questions.
This section carries 50 marks so its very important to fare well in this.
This is the english language section. Here are total 25 multiple choice questions.
2>HR or GM round
Perot Technical Interview Round:
The important topics are c language, data structure, dbms, OS – operating system and they can also ask you some basic HR questions.
Perot HR or GM Interview:
Its a HR and Tech combined interview. They asked me several logical questions related to dbms. But the focus is on HR questions so you have to worry. They can also ask some confusing questions along with some like where is pune? capital of some indian states, and other general knowledge questions.
So this is the perot campus recruitment exam test paper. You can also have a look at other sample questions available online free at this site.