NTT Data has already begun its recruitment drives for the 2017th Batch. The test pattern remains same as last year’s pattern.
NTT Data has four elimination rounds
Round 1: Written Test
Round 2: Group discussion
Round 3: Face to face technical Interview
Round 4: HR interview
1st Round – Written Test (Computer Based Adaptive Test)
This is an online adaptive test with moderate difficulty level conducted by AMCAT. There are 100 questions to be answered in 120 minutes. Written test contains four sections with sectional time limit as mentioned below.
|Section Name||Time Duration|
(Total 120 min)
Majority of Quantitative Ability questions are from the areas of
- Number System
- Time and Distance
- Time and Work
- Simple and Compound Interest
- Permutations and Combinations
- Boats and Streams
- Profit and Loss
- Quadratic Equations
- Problems based on Ages
In this section, 25 Questions to be answered in 35 minutes. Since it is an adaptive paper and approximately a minute for each question, we recommend having good amount of practice beforehand.
Majority of English questions are from the areas of
- Spotting Error
- Reading Comprehension
In this section, 25 Questions to be answered in 25 minutes. Reading comprehension questions are of significant portion. Since more reading is present and one minute per question, prior reading practice will help in clearing this section.
- Coding and Decoding
- Blood Relations
- Missing Number in Series
- Statements and Conclusions
- Data Sufficiency
In this section, 25 Questions to be answered in 35 minutes. Since understanding reasoning type question requires considerable time, prior practice will be of immense help.
- C and C++
- Object Oriented Programming(2-3Questions)
In this section, 25 Questions to be answered in 25 minutes. Most of the questions are from C and C++ and very few are only from OOPS so need to focus on majority part first and practice.
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Disclaimer: The information provided above is based on the feedback we receive from our users. We don’t guarantee that NTT DATA will follow the same hiring process in their future recruitment drives.