Welcome to Sarvaha Campus Recruitment 2022!
The campus drive is conducted entirely online using an browser based tool. The different interview stages are indicated below. After each stage, there will be shortlisting of students. Only the short-listed students are eligible for the next round.
How to prepare
The assessment would test your knowledge of basics of computer science: data structures and algorithms, fundamentals of programming such as OS, OOPs, Databases and general aptitude. One part of the test will be multi-choice question (MCQ) based and one or more parts of the test will require you to write programs in C programming languages. We appreciate that you know other languages like Python, Java and C++ but we expect you to be able to solve the programming problems using C/C++.
Assessment Platform & Tools
You will need a computer with a webcam, good stable Internet connection and power backup. Please charge your laptops and power supply devices (if any) sufficiently before the first stage of the assessments. Ensure a noise-free room for yourself. The assessments will be held using an online tool that you can use via an Internet browser. The tool uses a video camera based proctoring. Ensure that there are no other people in the room. We recommend using a laptop computer as far as possible since you’ll be required to type your code in the programming test. Any plagiarism will not be tolerated and the candidate will stand disqualified even if cheating is detected after the selection. Please keep your mobile devices away – we have disqualified students looking at another device.
We’ll use a Whatsapp group created by your T&P office to co-ordinate the drive. Please ensure you set a proper name in your Whatsapp profile. The test links will be sent via email to only the short-listed candidates at each stage. Please check your spam folders in case you do not receive the link. The online tool monitors for switching between the browser windows. So, please ensure that all kinds of pop-ups (anti-virus tools, ad blockers or any such full-screen popups) are disabled. We will NOT give you another test if the tool ends your test due to off-tab behavior. Please use the Whatsapp group to seek help only when really required. Please do NOT DM anyone from Sarvaha. For interviews, please install Zoom on your laptop.
- Test link won’t open for you: Your laptop clock is not set correctly.
- Your camera won’t open: Use the latest Chrome browser.
- Your assessment was stopped: You switched away from the browser to another app. If you do it twice, your assessment will stop. So, please stop all the pop-up full screen notifications such as anti-virus notifications etc. We will not be able to help you with one more chance.
- Your internet went down: Do not try to refresh, it’ll lose all your work. Once the internet comes back, try to submit. Please keep a backup ready (mobile data or hotspot).
- You lost your program when accidentally trying to switch the compiler: The assessment platform warns you when switching the compiler. Choose your compiler carefully before you start writing your code.
- Your program won’t run: Please check if your program is going into an infinite loop. Use print statements if required to debug.
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Programming Round 1 (45 mins)||9.00am IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Shortlist after Programming Round 1||11:30am IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Programming Round 2 (45 mins)||12 noon IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Shortlist after Programming Round 2||1:15pm IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||MCQ (Aptitude + CS basics)/ Programming (50 mins)||1:30pm IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Final shortlist for interviews||3:30pm IST|
|Thu 11 Aug 2022||Video interviews over Zoom/GMeet||Starting 4pm IST|
|Fri 12 Aug 2022||Remaining interviews over Zoom/GMeet||Starting 9.30am IST|