Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Unisys.
There was an online aptitude round consisting of some technical questions, verbal aptitude and an essay. The next 2 rounds were technical interviews where we had to write an algorithm for a problem which later would be reviewed in the interview. The interviews were pretty simple. But as there was no HR round in this, the position we were being interviewed for was not clear. Also there was a bond for 18 months worth INR 100,000. I would recommend to know clearly about the position being offered and any other issues such as bond before attending the interview. Because chances of you being hired against your will is high here!
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Reasons for Declining
I made it clear that I wasn't interested in the position after knowing about the bond and uncertainity of the position being offered and the person interviewing obliged to listen to me. But once the results were announced, I was amongst the selects. As I wasn't interested and had told it beforehand, I rejected the offer. And after all this, the company person mailed the college placement officer that I had intentionally rejected the offer.
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I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Unisys (Bangalore) in March 2014.
I went to for Unisys interview and interview went on 1 hour ,I am from weblogic JSF backgroud but interviewers wanted Sprin-MVC person. They Know i m JSF expert but interview went on more than 1 hour fiannly they said they cant take . cos of JSF .They dont even WSRP doent support AJAX strangee
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Unisys.
Selected on campus, India. They had several rounds. 1st was written which had general basic questions of C++ / Java. Could be chosen.
2nd was listening skills and 3rd was written english. there was a technical round following this and a speaking skills round. final was HR interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Unisys (Bangalore) in October 2011.
At first we have to attend the online exam on java,c++,c,XML,HTML,Aptitude,Reasoning (verbal & non-verbal).
Next an paragraph or precise writing on particular topic given by them.
Audio test which two persons(Americans) talking in telephone so asked questions after the end of call.
Discuss a topic about 10min
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Unisys (Bangalore) in August 2011.
1st phase was Presentation about the company and the pre-placement talk, where the HR executives from the company gave an insight about the company, the work and the job profile.
2nd phase was an online test of 100 marks (50 for C/C++ or Java/.Net, 30 for DS and Algorithms, 20 for Debugging and Code Analysis)
3rd phase was the English test similar to the TOFEL pattern with an audio round to it.
4th phase was the Communication test round, where the check your general communication skills.
5th phase was the 1:1 Technical Interview round with average difficulty level.
6th phase was the final phase which was a video conference interview with the Director of the company, designed to test the outlook, passion and motivation of the candidates.
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I applied through other source – interviewed at Unisys.
Did not have a formal, in-person interview. I was interviewed over the phone. It was somewhat casual and informal, almost like having a conversation, more than discussing my experience. I think they already knew they wanted to hire me because I was referred by a friend.
- Will you accept this salary with the understanding that it will go up next year? 1 Answer
There was no negotiation.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Unisys (Irvine, CA (US)) in May 2012.
Very organized, professional and kind interviewers. Phone interview drilled on a pertinent project. Group interview was more technical. Very coherent and pertinent questions. Overall it was a very positive experience. Still waiting on response.
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The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Unisys (Malvern, PA (US)) in February 2009.
Phone interview initially HR
Phone interview tech
In person panel interview
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