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ADP Campus Placement Process


ADP is a Human Capital Management company. It is one of the largest providers of business processing and cloud based solution. ADP serves about 620 000 organisations, in more than 125 countries. 

It has always been ADP’s core mission to provide exemplary service to the clients by making available a wide variety of mission-critical, cost-effective computerized transaction processing and information services to selected markets on a global basis.

ADP India

Spreads across 10 cities with headquarter in Chennai, India; ADP offers wide range of payroll, statutory and HR solutions. ADP India has around seven hundred plus clients, with 350 strong payroll team.

ADP has been ISO 9001:2008 certified for quality standard and ISO 27001:2005 certified for data security and confidentiality.

ADP Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible for campus placement in ADP Solutions, the student should be an engineering graduate or a MCA holder with a minimum aggregate of 70% marks. The candidate should have a good academic record. Candidate should have scored 65% marks in SSC and HSC. No backlogs are allowed. 

The student should not only have good communication skills, but also have good reasoning and analytical skills.

Campus Placement Process

The placement process has three steps:

• Written Test
• Technical Interview
• HR Interview

The written test is divided into following sections

Aptitude Section: 

In this section there are about 40 questions with the time limit of 20 minutes. The students are expected to get questions based on profit and loss, number streams.

Reasoning Section: 

The next section is the reasoning section. In this section, there are questions based on data sufficiency and blood relations, arrangement. This section also has limited time.

Computer Knowledge and Technical Section:

In this section there are about 20 questions with the time limit of 30 minutes. The student is expected to answer technical questions. The student can expect questions on C programing and data structure.

Verbal Ability:

There will be a verbal ability section; there would be questions on sentence completion and analogies. This section has 5 questions, which will fetch the students 5 marks for correct answers.

Essay Writing:

The students are given a topic to write an essay. The student is expected to write an essay of 100 words on the given topic. The students are expected to write the essay in 10 minutes.

Technical Interview:

The students who clear the written test qualify for the next round. In the technical interview the students are expected to answer questions based on C programing. The students can also expect questions on compilation errors. The student can expect questions covering all subjects in B.Tech. There will be questions also based on the project done by them in their last year.

HR Interview

This is the last and final round. In this round the student will have to answer questions based on the project work done by them in the final year. The student would have to answer questions on academic qualification and personal background. The student must be confident, presentable and alert to clear the interview.

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