Accenture Recruitment Process for Freshers | Accenture Selection Process

Accenture recruitment process for both on-campus and off-campus drives is given here. Accenture selection process, eligibility criteria, required documents etc are all given here.

Accenture recruitment process 2019

Accenture Recruitment Process – On Campus

Accenture recruitment process for 2020 batch students has changed again this year. Accenture will now be hiring students for two role, namely:

  • Associate Software Engineer with a CTC of 4.5 LPA
  • Full Stack Engineer with a CTC of 6.5 LPA

For both these roles, Accenture has a new recruitment process. The process is as follows:

Registration: Colleges in one zone will be grouped & Accenture will share the registration link with the colleges directly.  Zonal Level hiring will take place in the month of August for around 3 days.

Round 1: Communication Assessment

Once the registration is done, candidates will receive a link to take the communication assessment. 

Round 2: Zonal Level Hiring Test

Zonal Level Hiring process will consist of two assessment – Cognitive & Technical Assessment, Coding Assessment. The coding assessment is mandatory for FSE (Full Stack Engineer) role applicants.

Round 3: Group Interaction

Details about this round are yet to be confirmed by Accenture. 

 

Accenture on-campus recruitment – Eligibility criteria

  • Students from all the branches of B.E/B/Tech are eligible.
  • Minimum 65 percent or 6.5 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) on a scale of 10 is mandatory for students to participate in our hiring process
  • Students must not have any active backlog(s) at the time of application to Accenture or during onboarding
  • Students are allowed a maximum of one-year gap in education (after 10th standard till completion of graduation)
  • Students must be Indian citizens
  • Please note that Bhutan and Nepal nationals can work in India without a need for obtaining a work visa
  • All other foreign nationals require work visa or an Overseas Citizenship of India(OCI) or Person of India Origin(PIO) card to work in India
  • Students who have worked with Accenture before (if any) must disclose the details to the Accenture team at the time of application

 

Accenture Recruitment Process – Off Campus

Accenture conducts its off-campus drive through AMCAT or eLitmus. You can check for Accenture openings through Amcat here – AMCAT Job opening. The pattern for the latest Accenture off-campus recruitment via Amcat is as below.

RoundsSectionsNumber of questionsTime duration
Online TestQuantitative Aptitude2535 mins
Verbal Ability2525 mins
Logical Reasoning2435 mins
Group Discussion
Technical Interview
HR Interview

In AMCAT Accenture recruitment process, the first round is an online test. After you clear the online test, then you will be called for the further rounds. 

To know how to prepare for Accenture test pattern conducted by Amcat, please watch this video.

 

Accenture off-campus recruitment – Eligibility criteria

  • BE / B.Tech / MCA students across all branches.
  • An aggregate of 60% and above / CGPA of 6.7 and above at the time of recruitment process
  • No active backlog at the time of application to Accenture – Maximum 1 year gap in education (post 10th standard till completion of graduation)
  • Should be an Indian Citizen. Bhutan & Nepal nationals can work in India without a need for obtaining a visa to work. All other foreign nationals require work visa or an OCI / PIO card to work in India. Bhutan & Nepal nationals would also need to submit a Citizenship certificate or a Govt ID Card in the absence of other documents (PIO/OCI/Work permit/passport).

 

Accenture Recruitment Process – FAQs

If a candidate has attended Accenture interview within the past 6 months from the date of new application, then he/she is not eligible to apply again.

If for any reason a candidate after applying for Accenture misses the opportunity to give the interview, then the candidate can apply again and attend the selection process.

 

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