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.
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Accenture Recruitment Process – On Campus
Accenture recruitment process for on-campus recruitment changes every year. This is because Accenture conducts its online test using different platforms like Amcat, MeritTrac, Cocubes, and Wheebox. Accenture is using Wheebox to conducts it online assessment this year (2018).
The latest Accenture recruitment process 2018 conducted via Wheebox is given below.
|Rounds||Section||Number of Questions||Time duration|
|Online Test||Quantitative Aptitude||20||20 mins|
|Verbal Ability||20||20 mins|
|Logical Reasoning||20||20 mins|
Online Test: Accenture Online test 2018 is conducted on Wheebox platform for a lot of colleges. The online test consists of 60 questions and these need to be answered in 60 minutes. The level of questions ranges from easy to medium difficulty level.
Technical Interview: The Technical round of Accenture recruitment process is easy. You need to either be strong in one of these subjects – C, C++, Java or any other core subject. Questions will be asked based on your subject of interest. So you need to carefully choose the subject and prepare in depth to answer any question that comes up.
HR Interview: The HR interview is easy to crack if you are good at communication and display confidence during the interview. To prepare for HR interview questions, you can check this – Most Asked HR Interview questions
Want to know Accenture recruitment pattern via Cocubes, Amcat or MeritTrac, check here.
Accenture on-campus recruitment – Eligibility criteria
- A candidate must have more than 60% marks in 10th and 12th (or diploma) and graduation.
- A maximum gap of 1 year is permissible after HSC (12th) and not after SSC (10th) or in between semesters of graduation.
- A candidate should not have any pending backlogs at the time of appearing for Accenture selection process.
- B.E/B. Tech in any discipline (CSE/ECE/IT/EEE/TELECOM/M.E/CIVIL etc) or M.Sc graduates in Computer Science & Information technology or MCA graduates are also eligible to apply.
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.
|Rounds||Sections||Number of questions||Time duration|
|Online Test||Quantitative Aptitude||25||35 mins|
|Verbal Ability||25||25 mins|
|Logical Reasoning||24||35 mins|
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.