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Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, Delhi Placement Interview Questions

Updated 8 Mar 2024

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user image Anonymous

posted on 24 Aug 2023

Interview experience
Rating 5
Very good
Difficulty level
Moderate
Duration
2-4 weeks
Result
Yes, I joined the company

I applied via Campus Placement and was interviewed before Aug 2022.

4 Interview Rounds

1

Resume Shortlist Round

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2

Aptitude Test Round

This test include some parts - reasoning, general english, maths aptitude, communication etc so that company can identify or select the knowledgeable candidate for the work and i think it is best method because through this we came to know about ourselves that where we actually stand.

3

Group Discussion Round

It was like in the groups of 10- 12 candidates and we have to speak about strong points of the topic.

4

Technical Round (5 Questions)

  • Q1. In this round technical question were asked related to our profile and study like i am from commerce line so there were questions from the accountancy subject ....read more
  • Q2. What is deprecation means with types
  • Q3. Diff between equity and preference shares
  • Q4. Journal entries
  • Q5. Basic of accounts

Interview Preparation Tips

Topics to prepare for B S R & Co Llp Analyst interview:
  • Shares and deeb
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Depreciation
  • shares
  • Company Law
  • Final Accounts
  • Balance Sheet
  • Profit and loss
  • Partnerships
  • Management
Interview preparation tips for other job seekers - If you are a job seeker , kindly first of all make the resume perfect and valid. All the points in the resume should be related to your life.
Next be extrovert and enhance communication skills as much you can
And at last, keep knowledge of the basics for the field in which you want to do a job
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user image Sassy

posted on 8 Mar 2024

Interview experience
Rating 4
Good
Difficulty level
Moderate
Duration
Less than 2 weeks
Result
Yes, I joined the company

I applied via Campus Placement and was interviewed in Feb 2024.

1 Interview Round

1

One-on-one Round (2 Questions)

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user image rashima gomber

posted on 23 Dec 2016

I was interviewed before Dec 2015.

5 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

  • Q1. Tell us something about yourself?
  • Q2. What do you understand by the profile of resume writing?

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: HR Interview
Experience: Since I was a fresher, I was being asked to introduce myself and describe about my aspirations.
Tips: Be confident and string in communication skills

Round: Test
Experience: There were total 4 sections in the written test.. Out of which one was grammar check, the other was SA Writing, the remaining two comprised of logical reasoning and general questions.
Tips: Practice for logical reasoning, use good vocabulary in SA writing and manage time for every section.
Duration: 1 hour
Total Questions: 4

Round: Behavioural Interview
Experience: This was the last round of interview which was conducted by the head of the resume writing department. The main purpose of this round was to analyse my skills and my understanding about the profile for which i was being interviewed.
Tips: Explain about your understanding of the profile in a very clear and precise manner. it would be advantageous if you speak up the points given in JD in your own language.

Skills: Communication, Writing Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Ability To Work In A Team, work under pressure
College Name: Delhi College Of Arts And Commerce

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user image Anonymous

posted on 7 Mar 2015

6 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Resume Shortlist
Experience: There was no resume based selection but resume was asked for during the selection process during the group activity.

Round: Test
Experience: There was a written test which was same as the CAT pattern with questions on verbal reasoning and quantitative aptitude.

Round: Group Discussion
Experience: They asked for the resume during the group activity. It was not actually a GD but 15 guys were called in and they were asked to introduce themselves and were asked question like what do they like about Delhi and what are their interests.

Round: HR Interview
Experience: Followed by this group activity were 3 rounds of interview. The first one had HR question while the second one had numerical reasoning based questions and the third one was an informal interaction where they asked questions about me and my interests.
Besides this they asked me to tell the panel about myself, about my strengths and weaknesses and also about my short term and long term goals (questions like where do you see yourself after ‘n’ years).

They also asked me why did I think I was suitable for the company and why should they select me over other candidates. There were also questions relocation, working on weekends, frequent travelling and working in rural areas etc.

In the second interview there was a computerised test on quantitative aptitude and logical reasoning which was on the same lines as the first written test. The third round of interview, they inquired about me and my interests as well as about Delhi.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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user image Anonymous

posted on 1 Feb 2015

6 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

  • Q1. Why do you consider yourself suitable for the company and why the company should choose you over others?
  • Q2. Why aren't you going for an MBA or any other master’s degree?

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Resume Shortlist
Experience: At the very start of the placement procedure, they asked us to fill out a form which had some personal question about the candidate. This form was to be submitted along with the resume.

Round: Test
Experience: After the GD there was a written test for the shortlisted candidates. The written test had questions which were from verbal reasoning, quantitative aptitude and core topics like accounts and economics. They also asked 10 questions on MS Excel and an email was asked to be written by all the candidates (this was like a typing exercise).

Round: HR Interview
Experience: After this there were two rounds of interviews. The questions were HR based as well related to core field of accounts, economics etc. Some of the HR questions asked were:
Questions about myself, my strengths and weaknesses, my views on working on weekends, relocation, frequent travelling and working in rural areas.
They also asked me about my family and also discussed my college life/experience for around 10 minutes.
Post that there were some resume based questions. After this they asked many questions from my core field. These were related to accounting standards like AS-9, cash flow, BRS (bank reconciliation statement), depreciation, ledger books, journal entries for specific cases etc. I was also asked about the requirements while auditing a table and types of auditing reports.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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user image Anonymous

posted on 7 Mar 2015

5 Interview Rounds

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Resume Shortlist
Experience: All the interested candidates had to submit the resume during the pre-placement talk organised by the company. Students were selected on the basis of the resume for the written test.

Round: Test
Experience: In the written test there were questions from verbal reasoning, quantitative aptitude and analytical reasoning. After the written test we were asked to write an essay of 180 words in 4 minutes. There motive was to judge our typing skills.

Round: Group Discussion
Experience: After this there was a group discussion round. Fifteen candidates were called at a time and everyone was asked to introduce oneself briefly. After the introduction there was a casual discussion about some topic with the moderator.

Round: HR Interview
Experience: After this the next round was to one on one interview. It was mostly an HR based interview. They asked me very general questions like where do I see myself in next five years, my strengths and weaknesses, why am I suitable for the company etc. Besides these, they also asked me about my family. They asked me about my father’s occupation and when I told them that he has his own business, I was asked why I was not joining the family business. They also asked me about my debating experience as I had participated in national level debating competitions. They also asked some resume based questions. Overall they wanted a person who had a good idea of what he wanted to do.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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5 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Test
Experience: 1st common written test was open for all the students who applied. Later all those who got selected were asked to choose a job profile from four options. Later a written test based on the option so selected was there. The profiles offered were:
Banking and Insurance
Financial accounts
Business Process Outsourcing

Round: HR Interview
Experience: The first part of the interview was an HR interview where they asked questions about my family background.

Round: Technical Interview
Experience: Next there was another interview round that consisted of questions from my core field. Besides this I was asked to pretend that I am on telephone and I have to answer all the questions pretending the same. Questions were asked on various topics including the following:
Capital gain.
Working capital.
Various accounting related formulae.
How do you treat goodwill in balance sheet?
Accounting golden rules.
Bank Reconciliation Statement (BRS).
Besides this there were the usual HR questions also asked in this interview.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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user image Anonymous

posted on 2 Feb 2015

6 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Resume Shortlist
Experience: Resume was asked for in the beginning of the selection procedure.

Round: Test
Experience: The written test was on similar lines as the CAT exam – it had questions from verbal ability, quantitative aptitude and logical reasoning. The difficulty level was mediocre. The written test also had an essay writing as and the topic was anything which came out of your mind.

Round: Group Discussion
Experience: The topic for was "Education and Success go hand in hand" – they were looking for someone who can stand his/her viewpoint and has a clear thought process.

Round: HR Interview
Experience: The HR interview had very common questions. These included questions about my strength and weakness, about my managerial skills, about how i handle difficult situation and what my family background is. He also asked me about my long term and short term goals.

In the technical interview all questions were from economics (since the interviewer was from economics honors background):
Various slab rates
Questions from any microeconomics/macroeconomics topic can be asked.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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user image Anonymous

posted on 7 Mar 2015

5 Interview Rounds

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Resume Shortlist
Experience: There was a resume based selection for the first round.

Round: Test
Experience: The last section of 1st common written test consisted of an essay: 4 minutes were given to write 180 words on a certain topic (aim was to check your typing skills)

2nd Written test: It consisted of questions on quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning and verbal ability, and also a few puzzles. There were also some questions from my core field of study (Accounts).

Round: Group Discussion
Experience: There was a GD round after this which was more like a personal interview plus group discussion.

Round: HR Interview
Experience: In the interview round they were more concerned about the fact that whether I will stick with the company or not. They wanted to make sure I was a good fit in the company. They asked me about my career plans and the path I was planning to follow to achieve those. I was also asked about my reasons for joining RBS and what all I knew about the bank.

They also asked me questions from accounts. These were pretty simple and anybody with even the basic knowledge of accounts could have answered those. A few questions were related to accruals, accrual accounting, balance sheet items and bank reconciliation statement.

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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user image Anonymous

posted on 1 Feb 2015

5 Interview Rounds

Interview Questions

Interview Preparation Tips

Round: Group Discussion
Experience: The topic for the Group Discussion was “Android v/s iOS”.

Round: Test
Experience: The written test had questions from quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning and verbal ability. The difficulty level was medium and sufficient practice will help you clear it.

Round: HR Interview
Experience: There were two interview rounds. They asked HR questions and some core field related questions. HR questions like what are your goals, what do you value in your life, where do you see yourself in next five years and questions about my views on relocation and working on weekends were asked. Some other questions that were related to :
Accountancy standard (all AS standards)
Share market
Bank Reconciliation Statement (BRS – very important topic)
Depreciation

College Name: DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE

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