Aricent visited our campus(Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering,New Delhi) on 20-21 Sept. 2011.There were 4 rounds:
3. Technical Interview
4. HR Interview
First Day(20 Sept. 2011)
Written Test: There were 3 sections Quant,Technical and Logical Reasoning.
In Quant there were 25 Questions in 35 mins.Questions were easy.Just revise ur basic concepts of logs,Ratio and Prorortion,Probabability,P&C,etc.
I have been selected in off campus of Aricent in Bangalore. I am sharing my experience for the people who will be appearing for the test in near future. There were three rounds total.
1. Written Test (Elimination Round)
2. Group Discussion (No elimination)
3. Interview (Tech+HR) (No elimination)
1. Written test: In this section you will have 4 part
1. Aptitude Test: you need to follow only R.S. Agrawal book mainly reasoning section.
Hi, I am Ram Prabhakar K from K.L.N.C.E, Madurai. Aricent came to our college for an campus on 2009 and I attended it and got selected. Hereby i've given details of it.
Regarding Aricent, Its a global innovation, technology and service company focused exclusively on communications. Aricent is a strategic supplier to world's leading application, infrastructure and service providers with operations in 19 countries worldwide.
There are totally 3 sections: Aps, GD, interview.
Aptitude: (1hr 45 mins)
First of all I would like to tell u dat most of things depend on luck too…..
1. WRITTEN: contains 4 parts
* Analytical Ability
* Attention to Detail
* Data Structures & Algorithms
* C or C++ or JAVA
All questions are of objective type. the paper was not tough enough but DS & C paper was a little bit hard.
Only written is the elimination round.
Sectional cut off is there
I am GURU from university college of Engineering, Burla, Orissa. ARICENT came to our college on 4th Sep.
It had 4 stages in selection procedure.
1> Written test
2> Critical incident form filling
3> GI (group interview)
4> Tech interview + critical incident interview
1> WRITTEN TEST
This time the pattern was different. This test was consisting of 4 sections. each paper will be given 1 after another there was sectional cut-off. so be careful.
Recently I got selected on 23rd Oct'08 in the offcampus drive of ARICENT TECHNOLOGIES. Let me share my experience with you.
Around 4000 students applied for Aricent across India, but they shortlisted and called 2300 for the written test at 3 centers namely Gurgaon, Chennai n Bangalore.
Test was conducted by merittrac on 18th n 19th Oct. I gave the written on 18th. The written test was for 1:50 hrs. There were 4 sections in all: Analytical Section, Accuracy to data, Choice b/w C/C++ and Java and Data Structures.
1.The number of times the two hands a clock make a right angle between midday and midnight is
(1) 24 (2) 23 (3) 22 (4) 12
2.A train running at a speed of 45 km/hour takes. 10 seconds to pass a certain point. Then the length of the train is
(1) 120 m (2) 125 m (3) 128 m (4) 450 m
3. If x= (7+4v3), then the value of x2 + 1/x2 is
(1) 193 (2) 194 (3) 195 (4) 196
4. Three bells rings at the intervals of 36 seconds, 40 seconds and 48 seconds respectively. They start ringing together at a particular time. When they will start ringing together again?
This is the first time I am posting a placement related information. I recently attended Aricent placement drive on 18th oct. The test consisted of 3 parts
2- Group interview
3- Critical interview (soft skill+ technical)
The questions were very easy in the first two sections. RS Agarwal (verbal and non verbal reasoning is more than enough).
The questions were like
a company has eligibility crieteria as follows
UG 70%; PG 60%
additional info: If a guy has 67% in UG and is a state player of any sport he is referred to director...
I am Ankush (MCA) from Punjab University, Chandigarh. Aricent came to PU on 7th July 2008.. The Criteria was 70% in current degree. This time the pattern was totally different from the previous papers
1. Written test
2. Group Interview
Written test: (10:00am)
Written test consists of three parts rather than seven:
1) There was 30 questions of Aptitude(30%) and Reasoning(70%) in 30 mins they were easy only 4-5 were difficult. I attempted in 20 mins.. means time is not a problem I Aricent ..
I am going to share my recent experience with Aricent. I hope it will help you to prepare for the In/Off Campuses. The written test was held on 23-aug, it was conducted by Merit Track Consultancy.
Aricent Written exam has 7 sections. Each section has 10/15/20 questions, around 90ques in total and the time given is 1 min per question so 90 mins test duration for 6sections + 5 mins duration for 7th section. there is individual cutoff for each section. So be carefull.