Ans: Yes, I had two rounds of interview (after a GD), out of which the last round was a panel interview with three members and the first one had two members.
Q2. What were the questions asked to you in all the three rounds?
Ans: The GD was completely based on technical topics, followed by a technical interview and a PI round in which questions were from team dynamics, flexibility and other HR questions.
Q3. Which was the most difficult question to answer?
Ans: The technical question that was asked on Machinery breakdown policy.
Q4. Was the interview stressful?
Ans: Over all it was not stressful but for me somehow the technical interview was stressful but I think I fared well as I got through it. It wes based on practical aspects and quizzed with few real life case studies.
Q5. Where are you going to get placed?
Ans: The Place of posting is not yet fixed but first two months I have training in Mumbai. After the training I will be posted to some other place.
Q6. How was the experience?
Ans: This was the very first interview that I gave it went on for one and half day. The round of HR gave me a good experience where in the VP HR was also present to take the interview and the other interesting part was that I was grilled with questions on social media for about 8 minutes as I mentioned that I was interested in social media.
Q7. Would you like to give some tips to students who would go into your profile?
Ans: For all those people going in for the profile of Underwriter these are my tips from my experience ·Don't' Bluff
·Framing of CV is very important they might ask anything in it
·Honesty is the best policy
·Concentrate on your co-curricular activities as the organization checks that alos with your academic qualification. Please don't ignore them.
·Recruiters look for initiatives that you have taken in your life
·Everything can't be grasped at the time interview so keep revising the basic concept.
·For Fresher's subject knowledge(basic concept) is very important as recruiters don't ask in depth questions.