Aditi Technologies Campus Placement Process
Being Creative, People Driven, Socially Conscious, Intense and Ethical are the values Aditi Technologies put focus on. In 1994, Aditi Technologies was founded by Pradeep Singh with headquarter in Bangalore, India.
Aditi Technologies offers outsourcing services to enterprises and software vendors. It’s a computer software company with its business focus on Cloud Services and Outsourced Product Development. It has offices around the world and employs around 1300 plus employees.
The Great Place to Work awarded Aditi Technologies; India's best IT companies to work for in the year 2013 and Top 10 India's best companies in 2012.
In order to be eligible for the campus recruitment the student must be pursuing B.Tech / B.E / M.E / M.Tech with the cut off marks of 60%. The student should also have a valid GATE score.
The Placement process has 3 rounds.
• Written Test
• Group Discussion
• Technical and HR interview
The written test is divided in various sections. The various sections are verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning and technical comprehension. The student should be very careful while answering the questions. The paper has negative marking. For each wrong answer half marks is deducted.
It has been observed that, in the last few years students are evaluated in the Group Discussion round. The students who clear the written test qualify for the group discussion. The students are given a topic for discussion. In order to clear the group discussion, the student must be alert and should have good communication skills.
After the group discussion, the qualifying students have to clear a technical round. The student can expect questions such as:
• Explain what is virtual class?
• What is Tree Transversal Algorithms
• What do you mean by pointer?
• Explain the difference between do loop and do-while loop?
The students, who clear the technical round, have to clear the last round. The last round is the HR round. In this round, the interviewer may ask the student his/her area of interest. The student is expected to introduce him/herself. The HR interviewer may ask the student’s his/her family background, goals, strength and weakness.
The interviewer may ask questions such as:
- What are the challenges you have faced?
- How will you overcome these challenges?
The students must be confident to answer such questions in the HR round to clear the interview.