General Electric International Corporation

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Interview Details

I was interviewed on Dec, 2016.

Interview Process

Test → Group Discussion → Technical Interview

Test

Duration

1 Hours 30 Minutes

No. of Questions

100 questions

Test Sections

Quantitative | Verbal | Technical | Logical Reasoning

Experience

Quantitative analysis questions were easy but technical questions were hard enough. I had cleared the Aptitude test

Group Discussion

Duration

10 Minutes

Group Discussion Topic

Women Empowerment

Experience

We were given 5 minutes for preparation and then discussion started. I made a mistake by cross questioning the people in my group, but still i got selected

Technical Interview

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Interview Details

I received the interview result in 1.5.

Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

Duration

60 Minutes

No. of Questions

50 questions

Experience

The Aptitude and Technical sections contain 25 questions each. There were three types of tests - Mechanical, ECE and Software. I wrote the mechanical test. The technical section contained questions from courses in aerospace, mechanical and few from material sciences. I couldn't solve all the questions. Probably solved around 60% of the paper perfectly and guessed the remaining

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

The interview went smoothly. I was able to answer most of the questions. If I didn't know the answer to a question, I said I didn't know.The interviewer was kind enough to clear my doubts.The questions asked were of the basics in gas dynamics.

Overall Experience

Be honest. Don't make up things. If the interviewer(HR in particular) thinks you are bluffing about your opinion on a certain topic, make sure that you have facts backing up your opinion. Working on a decent core project/internship beforehand would be very helpful. Apply only if you are deeply motivated to work for a core company, the interviewers would find out anyway if your interest lies elsewhere. See that you have material relevant to the internship profiles offered by the company. And always be confident in body language and conversation.

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Interview Details

I was interviewed on Dec, 2016.

Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

No. of Questions

90 questions

Experience

It was online test. The test was designed by Cocubes. Verbal, analytical and quantitative aptitude (20 questions each) was in one part for 1 hour and technical test (30 questions) was for half hour. Technical test was easy but quantitative was difficult. Calculator was not allowed

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

Technical Interview for Mechanical Graduates:
GE aviation was on campus.
Single person was taking interview.

HR Interview

Interview Experience

Two persons were taking HR interview.
Simple regular HR questions

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Interview Details

I was interviewed on Dec, 2016.

Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

No. of Questions

75 questions

Experience

There where 25 questions of quantative ability , 25 questions of logical reasoning ,25 questions of english language and 30 technical questions related to Mechanical Engineering.

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

I was asked what was my favorite subject I mentioned strength of material and Finite Element Analysis

HR Interview

Interview Experience

The interview was very good . It was a very joyful experience

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Interview Details

I received the interview result in 2.

Skills Tested

Technical Questions

Interview Process

Resume Shortlist → Test → Technical Interview

Resume Shortlist

Experience

Selection is irrespective of cgpa and whoever applied was eligible to write the written test. CGPA above 6 shud clear the resume shortlist

Test

Duration

50 Minutes

No. of Questions

60 questions

Experience

The aptitude questions are of moderate difficulty. Practicing some questions online would get you through. The technical questions were difficult. In 2016 it was mostly asked from gears and failure theories. The topics from which they ask Jeeps changing so nothing can be guaranteed about that

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

Interview started by me explaining my project and why I did that particular project. There were questions from mostly fluid mechanics

Overall Experience

They are mostly looking for students with high cgpa but if you have good technical knowledge and a cgpa just above 8 you have good chances to get through

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Interview Details

I received the interview result in 2.

Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

Duration

60 Minutes

Experience

Had equal weightage between basic mechanical engineering concepts and industry updates

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

Very generic qns. regarding your previous projects, difficulties experienced in them

HR Interview

Interview Experience

Very informal. Didnt have any tricky qns

Overall Experience

Develop your mechanical engineering enthusiasm in general will seal the deal.

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Interview Details

I received the interview result in 1.5.

Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview

Test

Duration

60 Minutes Minutes

No. of Questions

50 questions

Experience

Questions were easy and technical questions were all of basic engineering level

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

I just explained by work condition and goals in my last interview and also about all the tasks assigned to me

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Skills Tested

Power Electronics

Electrical Machines

Interview Process

Technical Interview → HR Interview

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

I was asked to explain each and every project in my CV and was asked cross questions. The interviewer also asked questions based on the topics related to my projects. I was also asked about various softwares I know which I mentioned in my resume. Most of the questions asked were related to hardware and practical applications. Most of the interviewers ask us to choose a topic in which we are comfortable and then ask us questions in that topic

HR Interview

Interview Experience

Very simple interview. Typical HR questions. HR interview was just a formality. Just need to convince him that you won't leave the company and also if going for higher studies, you would go through GE only

Overall Experience

Clarify the interviewer about what topics you are not comfortable with.

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Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

Experience

The test conducted had three parts (each part is approximately one hour long).
Part-1: Tested mathematical and analytical skills. The questions were quite simple and one hour is more than necessary for this part. 
Part-2: Tested technical skills. The questions in this part are administered depending on your department (AE, ME, EE). Each of the three eligible department gets the appropriate technical test. I can only attest to the aerospace test. The aerospace test was mainly about fluid mechanics and jet propulsion. The questions can be easily answered if you have a good grasp of your third year syllabus on jet propulsion. 
Part-3: It was related to HR. They asked about why I thought GE was special, why I think I am special, what my career goals were, etc

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

Technical interview may in itself consist of two rounds (like I had). The three eligible departments are further divided based on your field of interest. In aerospace, there were three sub divisions: dynamics, structures, and aerodynamics. Each sub division has an expert panel to interview you. I went to the dynamics panel (two rounds). In the first round, they asked me fundamental questions about dynamics in aerospace engineering: vibration of a beam, natural frequencies, mode shapes, etc. Some questions on fundamentals of jet propulsion: Brayton cycle, parts of jet engine, etc. In the second round, they asked me questions more directly related to GE’s core interests: jet engines. Rotordynamics is an important aspect of jet engine R&D. They asked me about the various modes of a jet engine rotor: bouncing, pitching, bending, etc. They asked me about the critical speeds at which each of these modes would get excited

HR Interview

Interview Experience

The HR wants to know why you want to join GE. Don’t give cliched answers like GE is a big company, GE is great, etc. They already know that. They want to know why you feel GE is the right place for you. On the other hand, they also want to know why GE should take the trouble to hire you. Be confident and speak about your strengths and weaknesses, but don’t make it seem as though you are gloating. Having good communication skills will always help you in this round

Overall Experience

GE needs to be convinced that you will not go on for higher studies. You have to convince them that you will work for them for a long period of time.
Strong technical basics, good academic profile, good and relevant projects are basic requirements. Publications are an added bonus. GE goes the extra length to make sure that they don’t hire students who will end up going abroad for higher studies. They literally grill you about your higher educational goals versus your professional goals and seek to know which is more important to you. All the best!

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Interview Process

Test → Technical Interview → HR Interview

Test

Experience

Not mentioned before but later in the offer letter i found that CGPA must be more than 7.5. It was a technical test. Heat transfer, thermodynamics, stress, material strength, fluid mechanics were all asked. Time management and accuracy is essential

Technical Interview

Interview Experience

Technical interview for short listed students based on their field (thermal or structures). I am from thermal background. All my questions were based on heat transfer and my project. Some of my friends were asked questions on fluid mechanics, turbo machinery. The questions which were asked to me were: 1. They gave me a plate and asked to discuss the heat transfer through it . Later they asked me about how to find the heat transfer coefficient (I answered: Nu=h*l/K). Then they asked me the significance of Nu. After this they asked me about Re, Pr numbers (some other numbers in fluid mechanics). They asked about Bi number, significance of Bi number , lumped body assumption and when this assumption can be taken. They also asked me to prove that. They asked me about CFD modelling, Finite Element Analysis as my projects were based on that. They are very particular about physical significance of terms and majority of my questions were on that

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