Genpact Placement Process
Genpact means Generating Impact, Genpact is a global leader in IT industry. Genpact was founded in the year 1997, as a business unit within General Electric.
Genpact operates globally in 24 countries around the world and has 73 delivery centres. Genpact has a strong base of 32000 plus employees.
In the year 2013, Genpact was awarded the star performer award in Global banking BPO, Global Capital markets BPO, Global procurement outsourcing and Global MPHRO.
In the year, 2014 the Gartner Magic Quadrant announced Genpact the Global Finance and Accounting BPO “Leader” for fifth consecutive year.Eligibility Criteria
• The students should be pursuing BE, B.Tech with Electronics and Communication, Information Technology and Computer Science.
• The student should have minimum 65% marks SCC onwards with no backlogs.
• The student should be ready to relocate to any part on India.
• The student should not only be good in academics but also good in logic and programing.
It has been observed that Genpact expects student to carry mandatory documents like their mark sheets, passport size photographs, copies of their resumes and college ID before going for the campus placement.Placement Process
The placement process has 4 steps:
• Written Test
• Group Discussion
• Technical Interview
• HR InterviewWritten Test
The first step of the placement process is the written test. The test is divided in four sections. It has been seen that there are around 60 questions with the total time of 60 minutes allotted to answer the test. There is no negative marking for the wrong answer.English Ability
The first section of the written test is English ability. There will be around 10 questions in this section. The student can expect short passages. The student will have to read the passage carefully and answer the questions. Along with this, there will be questions based on synonyms, antonyms, sentence completion and basic vocabulary and grammar questions in this section.Analytical Ability
In this section the students can expect questions based on data interpretation and logical reasoning. There will also be questions on topics such as puzzles, blood relations, statements.Quantitative Ability
In this section the students can expect questions based on time and work, speed and distance, arithmetic, percentages, profit loss, geometry and algebra.
It has been observed that the written test pattern is not fixed; minor changes are made year to year.Group Discussion
The students who successfully clear the written test qualify for the group discussion round. The students are divided in small groups and a topic is given for discussion.
Topics such as
• IT a boon or bane for India
• BPO’s in India
• Honesty is not always the best policy
• Films are corrupting the Indian youths?
• Brain drain has to be stopped
• Capital punishment good or bad
are given to the students. The students should articulate themselves with valid points for discussion.
It has been seen that sometimes a telephonic interview is also conducted by Genpact. In the telephonic interview the students can expect basic questions about themselves.Technical Interview
The students who successfully clear the group discussion round qualify for the technical Interview. In this round the students can expect questions based on their core subjects to check their knowledge.
Also, the students can expect questions based on their final year projects. The students can also expect questions based on C, C++ and JAVA.HR Interview
This is the final round of the selection process. This round is conducted by the HR of the company. The students are expected to introduce himself/herself to the HR. The student can expect basic HR questions. Along with these the students can expect questions such as
• Have you been to Ranchi?
• Would you be ready to relocate yourselves to any part of India?
These questions are asked to know if the students are willing to relocate and are comfortable with it.
Before going for the interview the students are expected to read about the Genpact and prepare thoroughly for the written test and group discussion.