Bitwise company ( call based through jobhunter links 2016, 2017 batch ) 20th april

Bitwise company ( call based through jobhunter links 2016, 2017 batch )
20th april

Address: Cambridge Institute of Technology Chikkabasavanapura, Krishnarajapuram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560036
First round was Aptitude : one section for general aptitude and another on SQL.
Second round was Group discussion.Major elimination takes place in this round.

In third round 3 programs were given
according to that face to face technical interview was taken.
Last round was HR interview which is final round.

Apptuide question
mostly they will ask from time-and-work
A can do a work in 15 days and B in 20 days. If they work on it together for 4 days, then the fraction of the work that is left is :

A can lay railway track between two given stations in 16 days and B can do the same job in 12 days. With help of C, they did the job in 4 days only. Then, C alone can do the job in:







A, B and C can do a piece of work in 20, 30 and 60 days respectively. In how many days can A do the work if he is assisted by B and C on every third day?
12 days
15 days
16 days
18 days

A is thrice as good as workman as B and therefore is able to finish a job in 60 days less than B. Working together, they can do it in:
20 days


25 days
30 days

A alone can do a piece of work in 6 days and B alone in 8 days. A and B undertook to do it for Rs. 3200. With the help of C, they completed the work in 3 days. How much is to be paid to C?
Rs. 375
Rs. 400
Rs. 600
Rs. 800

If 6 men and 8 boys can do a piece of work in 10 days while 26 men and 48 boys can do the same in 2 days, the time taken by 15 men and 20 boys in doing the same type of work will be:
4 days
5 days
6 days
7 days

A can do a piece of work in 4 hours; B and C together can do it in 3 hours, while A and C together can do it in 2 hours. How long will B alone take to do it?
8 hours
10 hours
12 hours
24 hours

A can do a certain work in the same time in which B and C together can do it. If A and B together could do it in 10 days and C alone in 50 days, then B alone could do it in:
15 days
20 days
25 days
30 days

A does 80% of a work in 20 days. He then calls in B and they together finish the remaining work in 3 days. How long B alone would take to do the whole work?
23 days
37 days
40 days

A machine P can print one lakh books in 8 hours, machine Q can print the same number of books in 10 hours while machine R can print them in 12 hours. All the machines are started at 9 A.M. while machine P is closed at 11 A.M. and the remaining two machines complete work. Approximately at what time will the work (to print one lakh books) be finished ?
11:30 A.M.
12 noon
12:30 P.M.
1:00 P.M.



2) How many types of memory areas are allocated by JVM?
Many types:
1. Class(Method) Area
2. Heap
3. Stack
4. Program Counter Register
5. Native Method Stack
more details…

3) What is JIT compiler?
Just-In-Time(JIT) compiler:It is used to improve the performance. JIT compiles parts of the byte code that have similar functionality at the same time, and hence reduces the amount of time needed for compilation.Here the term “compiler” refers to a translator from the instruction set of a Java virtual machine (JVM) to the instruction set of a specific CPU.

4) What is platform?
A platform is basically the hardware or software environment in which a program runs. There are two types of platforms software-based and hardware-based. Java provides software-based platform.

5) What is the main difference between Java platform and other platforms?
The Java platform differs from most other platforms in the sense that it’s a software-based platform that runs on top of other hardware-based platforms.It has two components:
1. Runtime Environment
2. API(Application Programming Interface)

6) What gives Java its ‘write once and run anywhere’ nature?
The bytecode. Java is compiled to be a byte code which is the intermediate language between source code and machine code. This byte code is not platform specific and hence can be fed to any platform.

7) What is classloader?
The classloader is a subsystem of JVM that is used to load classes and interfaces.There are many types of classloaders e.g. Bootstrap classloader, Extension classloader, System classloader, Plugin classloader etc.

8) Is Empty .java file name a valid source file name?
Yes, save your java file by .java only, compile it by javac .java and run by java yourclassname Let’s take a simple example:
1. //save by .java only
2. class A{
3. public static void main(String args[]){
4. System.out.println(“Hello java”);
5. }
6. }
7. //compile by javac .java
8. //run by java A
compile it by javac .java
run it by java A

9) Is delete,next,main,exit or null keyword in java?

10) If I don’t provide any arguments on the command line, then the String array of Main method will be empty or null?
It is empty. But not null.

11) What if I write static public void instead of public static void?
Program compiles and runs properly.

12) What is the default value of the local variables?
The local variables are not initialized to any default value, neither primitives nor object references
13) What is difference between object oriented programming language and object based programming language?
Object based programming languages follow all the features of OOPs except Inheritance. Examples of object based programming languages are JavaScript, VBScript etc.
14) What will be the initial value of an object reference which is defined as an instance variable?
The object references are all initialized to null in Java.

15) What is constructor?
Constructor is just like a method that is used to initialize the state of an object. It is invoked at the time of object creation.
more details…

16) What is the purpose of default constructor?
The default constructor provides the default values to the objects. The java compiler creates a default constructor only if there is no constructor in the class.more details…

17) Does constructor return any value?
Ans:yes, that is current instance (You cannot use return type yet it returns a value).more details…

18)Is constructor inherited?
No, constructor is not inherited.

19) Can you make a constructor final?
No, constructor can’t be final.

20) What is static variable?
static variable is used to refer the common property of all objects (that is not unique for each object) e.g. company name of employees,college name of students etc.
static variable gets memory only once in class area at the time of class loading.
more details…

21) What is static method?
A static method belongs to the class rather than object of a class.
A static method can be invoked without the need for creating an instance of a class.
static method can access static data member and can change the value of it.
more details…

22) Why main method is static?
because object is not required to call static method if It were non-static method,jvm creats object first then call main() method that will lead to the problem of extra memory allocation.more details…

23) What is static block?
Is used to initialize the static data member.
It is excuted before main method at the time of classloading.
more details…

24) Can we execute a program without main() method?
Ans) Yes, one of the way is static block.more details…

25) What if the static modifier is removed from the signature of the main method?
Program compiles. But at runtime throws an error “NoSuchMethodError”.

26) What is difference between static (class) method and instance method?
static or class method
instance method
1)A method i.e. declared as static is known as static method.
A method i.e. not declared as static is known as instance method.
2)Object is not required to call static method.
Object is required to call instance methods.
3)Non-static (instance) members cannot be accessed in static context (static method, static block and static nested class) directly.
static and non-static variables both can be accessed in instance methods.
4)For example: public static int cube(int n){ return n*n*n;}
For example: public void msg(){…}.

27) What is this in java?
It is a keyword that that refers to the current object.more details…

28)What is Inheritance?
Inheritance is a mechanism in which one object acquires all the properties and behaviour of another object of another class. It represents IS-A relationship. It is used for Code Resusability and Method Overriding.
more details…

29) Which class is the superclass for every class.
Object class.

30) Why multiple inheritance is not supported in java?
To reduce the complexity and simplify the language, multiple inheritance is not supported in java in case of class.more details…

31) What is composition?
Holding the reference of the other class within some other class is known as composition.

32) What is difference between aggregation and composition?
Aggregation represents weak relationship whereas composition represents strong relationship. For example: bike has an indicator (aggregation) but bike has an engine (compostion).
33) Why Java does not support pointers?
Pointer is a variable that refers to the memory address. They are not used in java because they are unsafe(unsecured) and complex to understand.

34) What is super in java?
It is a keyword that refers to the immediate parent class object.more details…

35) Can you use this() and super() both in a constructor?
No. Because super() or this() must be the first statement.

36)What is object cloning?
The object cloning is used to create the exact copy of an object. more details…

37) What is method overloading?
If a class have multiple methods by same name but different parameters, it is known as Method Overloading. It increases the readability of the program.more details…

38) Why method overloading is not possible by changing the return type in java?
Becauseof ambiguity.more details…

39) Can we overload main() method?
Yes, You can have many main() methods in a class by overloading the main method.
more details…

40) What is method overriding:
If a subclass provides a specific implementation of a method that is already provided by its parent class, it is known as Method Overriding. It is used for runtime polymorphism and to provide the specific implementation of the method.more details…

41) Can we override static method?
No, you can’t override the static method because they are the part of class not object.

42) Why we cannot override static method?
It is because the static method is the part of class and it is bound with class whereas instance method is bound with object and static gets memory in class area and instance gets memory in heap.

43) Can we override the overloaded method?

44) Difference between method Overloading and Overriding.
Method Overloading
Method Overriding
1) Method overloading increases the readability of the program.
Method overriding provides the specific implementation of the method that is already provided by its super class.
2) method overlaoding is occurs within the class.
Method overriding occurs in two classes that have IS-A relationship.
3) In this case, parameter must be different.
In this case, parameter must be same.
45) Can you have virtual functions in Java?
Yes, all functions in Java are virtual by default.

46) What is covariant return type?
Now, since java5, it is possible to override any method by changing the return type if the return type of the subclass overriding method is subclass type. It is known as covariant return type. more details…

47) What is final variable?
If you make any variable as final, you cannot change the value of final variable(It will be constant).more details…

48) What is final method?
Final methods can’t be overriden.more details…

49) What is final class?
Final class can’t be inherited. more details…

50) What is blank final variable?
A final variable, not initalized at the time of declaration, is known as blank final variable.more details…

51) Can we intialize blank final variable?
Yes, only in constructor if it is non-static. If it is static blank final variable, it can be initialized only in the static block.more details…

52) Can you declare the main method as final?
Yes, such as, public static final void main(String[] args){}.
1. What is DBMS?
A Database Management System (DBMS) is a program that controls creation, maintenance and use of a database. DBMS can be termed as File Manager that manages data in a database rather than saving it in file systems.
2. What is RDBMS?
RDBMS stands for Relational Database Management System. RDBMS store the data into the collection of tables, which is related by common fields between the columns of the table. It also provides relational operators to manipulate the data stored into the tables.
Example: SQL Server.
3. What is SQL?
SQL stands for Structured Query Language , and it is used to communicate with the Database. This is a standard language used to perform tasks such as retrieval, updation, insertion and deletion of data from a database.
Standard SQL Commands are Select.
4. What is a Database?
Database is nothing but an organized form of data for easy access, storing, retrieval and managing of data. This is also known as structured form of data which can be accessed in many ways.
Example: School Management Database, Bank Management Database.
5. What are tables and Fields?
A table is a set of data that are organized in a model with Columns and Rows. Columns can be categorized as vertical, and Rows are horizontal. A table has specified number of column called fields but can have any number of rows which is called record.

Table: Employee.
Field: Emp ID, Emp Name, Date of Birth.
Data: 201456, David, 11/15/1960.

6. What is a primary key?
A primary key is a combination of fields which uniquely specify a row. This is a special kind of unique key, and it has implicit NOT NULL constraint. It means, Primary key values cannot be NULL.
7. What is a unique key?
A Unique key constraint uniquely identified each record in the database. This provides uniqueness for the column or set of columns.
A Primary key constraint has automatic unique constraint defined on it. But not, in the case of Unique Key.
There can be many unique constraint defined per table, but only one Primary key constraint defined per table.
8. What is a foreign key?
A foreign key is one table which can be related to the primary key of another table. Relationship needs to be created between two tables by referencing foreign key with the primary key of another table.
9. What is a join?
This is a keyword used to query data from more tables based on the relationship between the fields of the tables. Keys play a major role when JOINs are used.
10. What are the types of join and explain each?
There are various types of join which can be used to retrieve data and it depends on the relationship between tables.
Inner join.
Inner join return rows when there is at least one match of rows between the tables.
Right Join.
Right join return rows which are common between the tables and all rows of Right hand side table. Simply, it returns all the rows from the right hand side table even though there are no matches in the left hand side table.
Left Join.
Left join return rows which are common between the tables and all rows of Left hand side table. Simply, it returns all the rows from Left hand side table even though there are no matches in the Right hand side table.
Full Join.
Full join return rows when there are matching rows in any one of the tables. This means, it returns all the rows from the left hand side table and all the rows from the right hand side table.
11. What is normalization?
Normalization is the process of minimizing redundancy and dependency by organizing fields and table of a database. The main aim of Normalization is to add, delete or modify field that can be made in a single table.
12. What is Denormalization.
DeNormalization is a technique used to access the data from higher to lower normal forms of database. It is also process of introducing redundancy into a table by incorporating data from the related tables.
13. What are all the different normalizations?
The normal forms can be divided into 5 forms, and they are explained below -.
First Normal Form (1NF):.
This should remove all the duplicate columns from the table. Creation of tables for the related data and identification of unique columns.
Second Normal Form (2NF):.
Meeting all requirements of the first normal form. Placing the subsets of data in separate tables and Creation of relationships between the tables using primary keys.
Third Normal Form (3NF):.
This should meet all requirements of 2NF. Removing the columns which are not dependent on primary key constraints.
Fourth Normal Form (3NF):.
Meeting all the requirements of third normal form and it should not have multi- valued dependencies.
14. What is a View?
A view is a virtual table which consists of a subset of data contained in a table. Views are not virtually present, and it takes less space to store. View can have data of one or more tables combined, and it is depending on the relationship.
15. What is an Index?
An index is performance tuning method of allowing faster retrieval of records from the table. An index creates an entry for each value and it will be faster to retrieve data.
16. What are all the different types of indexes?
There are three types of indexes -.
Unique Index.
This indexing does not allow the field to have duplicate values if the column is unique indexed. Unique index can be applied automatically when primary key is defined.
Clustered Index.
This type of index reorders the physical order of the table and search based on the key values. Each table can have only one clustered index.
NonClustered Index.
NonClustered Index does not alter the physical order of the table and maintains logical order of data. Each table can have 999 nonclustered indexes.
17. What is a Cursor?
A database Cursor is a control which enables traversal over the rows or records in the table. This can be viewed as a pointer to one row in a set of rows. Cursor is very much useful for traversing such as retrieval, addition and removal of database records.
18. What is a relationship and what are they?
Database Relationship is defined as the connection between the tables in a database. There are various data basing relationships, and they are as follows:.
One to One Relationship.
One to Many Relationship.
Many to One Relationship.
Self-Referencing Relationship.
19. What is a query?
A DB query is a code written in order to get the information back from the database. Query can be designed in such a way that it matched with our expectation of the result set. Simply, a question to the Database.
20. What is subquery?
A subquery is a query within another query. The outer query is called as main query, and inner query is called subquery. SubQuery is always executed first, and the result of subquery is passed on to the main query.
21. What are the types of subquery?
There are two types of subquery – Correlated and Non-Correlated.
A correlated subquery cannot be considered as independent query, but it can refer the column in a table listed in the FROM the list of the main query.
A Non-Correlated sub query can be considered as independent query and the output of subquery are substituted in the main query.
22. What is a stored procedure?
Stored Procedure is a function consists of many SQL statement to access the database system. Several SQL statements are consolidated into a stored procedure and execute them whenever and wherever required.
23. What is a trigger?
A DB trigger is a code or programs that automatically execute with response to some event on a table or view in a database. Mainly, trigger helps to maintain the integrity of the database.
Example: When a new student is added to the student database, new records should be created in the related tables like Exam, Score and Attendance tables.
24. What is the difference between DELETE and TRUNCATE commands?
DELETE command is used to remove rows from the table, and WHERE clause can be used for conditional set of parameters. Commit and Rollback can be performed after delete statement.
TRUNCATE removes all rows from the table. Truncate operation cannot be rolled back.

25. What are local and global variables and their differences?
Local variables are the variables which can be used or exist inside the function. They are not known to the other functions and those variables cannot be referred or used. Variables can be created whenever that function is called.
Global variables are the variables which can be used or exist throughout the program. Same variable declared in global cannot be used in functions. Global variables cannot be created whenever that function is called.
26. What is a constraint?
Constraint can be used to specify the limit on the data type of table. Constraint can be specified while creating or altering the table statement. Sample of constraint are.
27. What is data Integrity?
Data Integrity defines the accuracy and consistency of data stored in a database. It can also define integrity constraints to enforce business rules on the data when it is entered into the application or database.
28. What is Auto Increment?
Auto increment keyword allows the user to create a unique number to be generated when a new record is inserted into the table. AUTO INCREMENT keyword can be used in Oracle and IDENTITY keyword can be used in SQL SERVER.
Mostly this keyword can be used whenever PRIMARY KEY is used.
29. What is the difference between Cluster and Non-Cluster Index?
Clustered index is used for easy retrieval of data from the database by altering the way that the records are stored. Database sorts out rows by the column which is set to be clustered index.
A nonclustered index does not alter the way it was stored but creates a complete separate object within the table. It point back to the original table rows after searching.
30. What is Datawarehouse?
Datawarehouse is a central repository of data from multiple sources of information. Those data are consolidated, transformed and made available for the mining and online processing. Warehouse data have a subset of data called Data Marts.
31. What is Self-Join?
Self-join is set to be query used to compare to itself. This is used to compare values in a column with other values in the same column in the same table. ALIAS ES can be used for the same table comparison.
32. What is Cross-Join?
Cross join defines as Cartesian product where number of rows in the first table multiplied by number of rows in the second table. If suppose, WHERE clause is used in cross join then the query will work like an INNER JOIN.
33. What is user defined functions?
User defined functions are the functions written to use that logic whenever required. It is not necessary to write the same logic several times. Instead, function can be called or executed whenever needed.
34. What are all types of user defined functions?
Three types of user defined functions are.
Scalar Functions.
Inline Table valued functions.
Multi statement valued functions.
Scalar returns unit, variant defined the return clause. Other two types return table as a return.
35. What is collation?
Collation is defined as set of rules that determine how character data can be sorted and compared. This can be used to compare A and, other language characters and also depends on the width of the characters.
ASCII value can be used to compare these character data.

36. What are all different types of collation sensitivity?
Following are different types of collation sensitivity -.
Case Sensitivity – A and a and B and b.
Accent Sensitivity.
Kana Sensitivity – Japanese Kana characters.
Width Sensitivity – Single byte character and double byte character.
37. Advantages and Disadvantages of Stored Procedure?
Stored procedure can be used as a modular programming – means create once, store and call for several times whenever required. This supports faster execution instead of executing multiple queries. This reduces network traffic and provides better security to the data.
Disadvantage is that it can be executed only in the Database and utilizes more memory in the database server.
38. What is Online Transaction Processing (OLTP)?
Online Transaction Processing or OLTP manages transaction based applications which can be used for data entry and easy retrieval processing of data. This processing makes like easier on simplicity and efficiency. It is faster, more accurate results and expenses with respect to OTLP.
Example – Bank Transactions on a daily basis.
39. What is CLAUSE?
SQL clause is defined to limit the result set by providing condition to the query. This usually filters some rows from the whole set of records.
Example – Query that has WHERE condition
Query that has HAVING condition.
40. What is recursive stored procedure?
A stored procedure which calls by itself until it reaches some boundary condition. This recursive function or procedure helps programmers to use the same set of code any number of times.
41. What is Union, minus and Interact commands?
UNION operator is used to combine the results of two tables, and it eliminates duplicate rows from the tables.
MINUS operator is used to return rows from the first query but not from the second query. Matching records of first and second query and other rows from the first query will be displayed as a result set.
INTERSECT operator is used to return rows returned by both the queries.
42. What is an ALIAS command?
ALIAS name can be given to a table or column. This alias name can be referred in WHERE clause to identify the table or column.
Select st.StudentID, Ex.Result from student st, Exam as Ex where st.studentID = Ex. StudentID

Here, st refers to alias name for student table and Ex refers to alias name for exam table.
43. What is the difference between TRUNCATE and DROP statements?
TRUNCATE removes all the rows from the table, and it cannot be rolled back. DROP command removes a table from the database and operation cannot be rolled back.
44. What are aggregate and scalar functions?
Aggregate functions are used to evaluate mathematical calculation and return single values. This can be calculated from the columns in a table. Scalar functions return a single value based on the input value.
Example -.
Aggregate – max(), count – Calculated with respect to numeric.
Scalar – UCASE(), NOW() – Calculated with respect to strings.
45. How can you create an empty table from an existing table?
Example will be -.
Select * into studentcopy from student where 1=2

Here, we are copying student table to another table with the same structure with no rows copied.
46. How to fetch common records from two tables?
Common records result set can be achieved by -.
Select studentID from student. INTERSECT Select StudentID from Exam

47. How to fetch alternate records from a table?
Records can be fetched for both Odd and Even row numbers -.
To display even numbers-.
Select studentId from (Select rowno, studentId from student) where mod(rowno,2)=0

To display odd numbers-.
Select studentId from (Select rowno, studentId from student) where mod(rowno,2)=1

from (Select rowno, studentId from student) where mod(rowno,2)=1.[/sql]
48. How to select unique records from a table?
Select unique records from a table by using DISTINCT keyword.
Select DISTINCT StudentID, StudentName from Student.

49. What is the command used to fetch first 5 characters of the string?
There are many ways to fetch first 5 characters of the string -.
Select SUBSTRING(StudentName,1,5) as studentname from student
Select RIGHT(Studentname,5) as studentname from student

50. Which operator is used in query for pattern matching?
LIKE operator is used for pattern matching, and it can be used as -.
1. % – Matches zero or more characters.
2. _(Underscore) – Matching exactly one character.
Example -.
Select * from Student where studentname like ‘a%’
Select * from Student where studentname like ‘ami_’


I interviewed at Bitwise (Mumbai) in July 2017.
I applied in 2017 pool.Aptitude test was very easy.It had 2 sections one of SQL 22 questions and 35 mins and 2nd section was general aptitude including logical questions and number series questions 20 questions 25 mins.After that they have GD round where there was 13 students and my topic was “Impact of Mr.Donald Trump on the India”
Interview Questions
why you want to work for this company


I interviewed at Bitwise (Mumbai) in July 2017.
Aptitude was very easy but when many people score good marks or u can say 40% more in aptitude then they increased it to 80%-90%. sql question where not that hard go for indiabix sql few question where from there as it is.
i cleared the apti then i was send to Group Discussions in groups discussions they eliminate all the people only 1 or 2 are selected from GD out… Show More
Interview Questions
write pseudo code for fibonacci series Answer Question


The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Bitwise (Pune) in June 2017.
I applied online . Process is very simple . First they have aptitude and then gd and then tr and final is tr +mr .. i went till tr ..
For tr jus prepare java programs and sql querries . And for the onlinr aptitude sectional cutoffs were there for logical reasoning and sql base.
All d best
Interview Questions
Star patterm program
I interviewed at Bitwise (Pune) in June 2017.
There was an aptitude test based on sql and patterns. It was quite easy. Then there was GD round. After qualifying GD, in the technical round, questions based on java, sql and your resume are asked.
Interview Questions
They asked real time examples of java concepts.

First round was Aptitude : one section for general aptitude and another on SQL.
Second round was Group discussion.Major elimination takes place in this round.
In third round 3 programs were given and according to that face to face technical interview was taken.
Last round was HR interview which is final round.
Interview Questions
Tricky SQL queries , Java programming questions on API et


interviewed at Bitwise in June 2017.
Total 5 rounds…..
1. Apti (General + SQL)
2. GD
3. Written Technical Test
4. F2F Technical Interview
5. HR

Apti was easy…..Most of the crowd is filtered in Apti & GD…..
In written technical test, 1 program & 2 pseudo codes were asked — Sum of digits, Factorial, Pattern Programs, Fibonacci Series etc.
Technical Interview was based on the written answers, Java, Programming Puzzles etc.
HR was just nominal…
Interview Questions
Puzzles, Project


It was a campus at PPCOE, Ravet

Total 4 Rounds
1. Aptitude (SQL + Reasoning)
2. GD
3. Technical Interview
4. HR

ABOUT INTERVIEW PROCESS: I found it very fair and by rules strictly. So happy with it.

Aptitude was nothing. It was too easy.

GD & Technical on the other hand are major elimination and hard rounds.

In GD, topic was given, IT sector is good or Manufacturing sector?
in it, 30 seconds were given to summarise points on… Show More
Interview Questions
1.Write code for following pattern

6. fibonacci series

Other questions were on project. Answer Question
2. -> pascal triangle 1 Answer
3. print prime digits from given numbers. Answer Question
4. print prime numbers upto 50
5. pseudo code for factorial


Online Aptitude test
Consisting of two sections

Group Discussion(Should attendece be compulsory or not)
Try to be unique in discussion

Two round of technical interview
1.Pure Technical (Java & SQL)
2. HR + Technical
Interview Questions
What is Trigger in SQL Answer Question
what is diffeence between interface and abstract class Answer Question
write a program to print * pyramid Answer Question
Write a program to find second highest number in array Answer Question
Write a program for following:

i/p: aaabbbabacdeabbbba

o/p: abcde Answer Question
what is foreign key primary key Answer Question
what is hashing and indexing

Question 1: 4. print prime numbers upto 50 – asked on Feb, 2017 in Pune
Question 2: 5. pseudo code for factorial – asked on Feb, 2017 in Pune
Question 3: 1.Write code for following patternABBCDDDD6. fibonacci seriesOther questions were on project. – asked on Feb, 2017 in Pune
Question 4: 2. -> pascal triangle – asked on Feb, 2017 in Pune
Question 5: 3. print prime digits from given numbers. – asked on Feb, 2017 in Pune
Question 1: Questions of SQL and JAVA. – asked on Nov, 2016 in Rajpura, Punjab
Question 1: – All basic questions on your programming skills, -All basic questions on SQL-About your academic project – asked on Mar, 2016 in Pune
Question 1: Actually I was came out from second round, so I was not faced face to face interview – asked