I have been working at Intel Corporation full-time (More than 3 years)
Good ,work life, very good, perks,goodies
It nice nothing for cons
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Bengaluru) in March 2017.
It was a telephonic interview. They called me and asked me about the position that applied for. It was a lady. She was very polite and firm. She enquired whether I was ready to take a telephonic interview on the very next day at a given time. I said okay. Next day, she called me at the exact time as she told and started with personal questions like the usual 'Tell me about yourself, How interested are you for the post etc and after about 10 to 15 minutes she started asking me the technical questions. First few questions were directly linked to my M.Tech main project, she seemed to be very familiar with my project subject and was very interested to know more. After that she switched to the basic questions like type of semiconductors, CMOS, MOSFET, current equation etc.
She was very friendly and supportive through out the interview process. Asked me to relax and drink water in between. The entire process lasted for about 30 minutes.
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