The three main elements of the written round are general aptitude, verbal ability, and programming. Questions on logical reasoning and mathematical reasoning can be found on the General Aptitude Test. Questions from C/C++, networks, operating systems, DBMS, and software engineering are included in the programming area.
Students who pass the written examination are invited to the technical interview. You must understand your fundamentals in order to pass this round. Data structures and algorithms, DBMS, operating systems, networking, and OOPs principles should all be familiar to you. Other than CS, students from other branches should prepare for the following two subjects. In the interview, CS students will be required to write codes. Expect to talk about the projects listed on your résumé and get questions about them. In this round, problems might be asked of you.
1) Be confident and the interview will be simple.
2) Pay attention to the Pre-Placement Talk; queries in HR may be based on it.
3. Avoid mentioning your ignorance.