Tata Steels

Placement Experience :

Written Test :

Open for : MME, Mechanical, EEE, Chemical, Production!  Firstly we had to fill an application form having loads of common HR questions. A shortlist based on that(got nothing to do with cgpa) was called in.
Then, written test where technical and aptitude knowledge was tested. Technical covering questions from varied subjects of year domain of engineering. It was tough. All the topics were covered. Aptitude was very simple and logical reasoning types.
Thirdly a psychometric analysis covering 185 questions to test your personality. loads of situation based questions. Here you dont have any result, it just sends your report to the company.
Finally the interview- a tough technical interview covering the basics very strongly(in case of MMe & mechanical, heat treatment) and a feel comfortable HR interview based on things said/written before in application form/tests/resume.  the experience was obviously brilliant, it was not a simple/eye wash kind of interview but totally testing your concepts and most importantly how well u react to stress interviews when asked stuff which u dunno/have not studied b4.. and HR totally depends on your speaking skills and how true you were in the previous rounds, to make sure they are chosing the right candidate and not some1 who's bluffing.

Written Test for Engineer Trainee:

The process followed by Tata Steel was:
1) Shortlisting on the basis of GPA (CGPA>6.5)
2) Written test
3) Personal interview

Written Test:
TWO PAPERS: APTITUDE (30 Qs) & TECHNICAL (90 Qs) with 0.25 negative marking.

Both Technical and HR questions were asked in interview round.
Profile Offered : 
management trainee /  Engineer Trainee
Pay Scale :  5.6 lpa incl acco, food and expenses / CTC- 6.8 LPA (Approx)
Eligibility Criteria :
6 cgpa / CGPA >6.5
General Advice :
   1.Be good in academics
Details about the Company :

world's seventh largest steel company, It is the largest private sector steel company in India in terms of domestic production.
Note: This data is collected from various students across the country.

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