Standard Chartered - Scope International Interview Experience


This article is about my interview experience with Standard Chartered Bank through Scope International. Read to know how the interview went on.

Standard Chartered - Scope International came to our college to conduct campus recruitment. The whole process was consisting of 3 rounds. Aptitude, GD and Direct Interview.

Aptitude test was for 1 hour. The questions were from simple mathematical problems, analytical tests and general english. Out of 96 people attended 20 made through. Among that i was one.

GD conducted in 2 batches. 10 in each batch. My batch has got the topic, will china beat india in IT Industry. All the guys got 3 minutes to express thier views on the topic. Then the actual discussion started. The discussion longed for 20 minutes. I have took the stand favouring india and i performed well too. From each GD batch 5 guys were selected for final interview.

My name came at 8th position in interview. Interview was taken by a Vice President who have took our GD and an HR Manager. With high nervousness i appeared before the pannel. First they asked about the college and my personnal details. This made me some ease to get rid off my nervousness and anxiety. Then HR took my resume and looked at my extra curricular activities and qualities. He asked questions for each lines of the resume, like why do you say as a good learner and asked questions from preplacement talks that we had before. They were very much impressed with my membership in NCC. Around 10 minutes they asked about my NCC experiences and its qualities.
After that they moved to technical questions. VP asked me about basics of OOP concepts, difference between C and C++, database concepts. He asked me to write a C program on printing first n prime numbers. Since that was a question i prepared, i did it easily. Then i explained my program and they were impressed with that also. With that interview was over and asked me to wait and after 30 minutes out placement officer came and announced the result. With God's grace i was one among the 4 who got placed.


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Guest Author: Vusa Gowtham Sai08 Sep 2015

I need present placement process and I want to know the topics in aptitude and GD topics too. Please help me regarding this I have a placement drive of scope international on 29th of this month.



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