Persistent Systems Recruitment Process & Online Test Pattern 2019 | Faceprep

In this article, we will be discussing Persistent systems recruitment process 2019, latest Persistent systems online test pattern & syllabus. If you are planning on attending Persistent recruitment process, then go through the below-mentioned rounds in detail.

About the Company

persistent systems recruitment process

Website: https://www.persistent.com/

Persistent Systems is one of the most reputed organizations in India. Thus, their branches are in various locations of India, and some of them are Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Delhi, Pune, Noida, and Gurgaon.

Persistent Systems is a technology service company. The industry is IT services and it was subsequently converted into the public limited company.  The headquarters is located in Pune, India. More than 9000 employees are working in the organization. The company core process is to be a well-respected technology company focused on delivering in-class innovative solutions to its customers and partners.

Persistent Recruitment Process 2019

Persistent Systems recruitment Process involves 3 rounds. They are:

Round 1: Online/Written Test

Persistent systems online/written test pattern consists of 60 MCQ questions which need to be solved in 1 hour of duration. The test doesn’t contain any negative marking. Also, Persistent uses its own platform for the assessment. 

In this assessment, you will be tested on various topics. Some of the topics/subjects that you need to concentrate on are given below.

TopicExpected Number of QuestionsDifficulty Level
Aptitude 5-8Easy – Medium
C Programming~8Medium
Computer Theory & Networking~7Medium
Operation Systems (OS)~7Medium
DBMS~20Medium
Data Structures & Algorithms7-10Medium

Important things to keep in mind for Persistent online/written test:

  • Your knowledge of the fundamentals of technical subjects will be tested. Some topics to keep in mind while preparing for Persistent recruitment process are C(mainly pointers, operators, precedence, etc), C++(OOP concepts, overloading), Data Structures (Stack, Queue, Lists, Trees, Graphs), OS concepts, Networking concepts (protocols), DBMS (Normal forms, queries are important), Testing.
  • You will have a max of 1 minute for a question. So you need to be really quick while answering.
  • This is an elimination round. Only if you clear the cutoff, you will be able to make it to the next round.

Round 2: Coding

In this round, 1 coding question based on Data Structures and Algorithms will be asked. This needs to be solved in around 20-30 minutes. Persistent sometimes asks the candidates to code only in C languages. So keep this in mind while preparing for Persistent Recruitment process. 

Round 3: Essay/Paragraph Writing

In Persistent systems essay writing round, students will be given one topic to write on in 10 minutes of duration. The students are expected to write about 200 words without any grammatical mistakes. 

Here are some previously asked Persistent systems essay writing topics:

  • How will you address the traffic concern in India?
  • What do you think is an issue of major concern in India currently and why?
  • Write about yourself & your favorite pass time.

Round 4: Technical Interview

The technical round would be a basic round in which they will look for your problem-solving skills by giving you some puzzles to solve. There would also be some basic questions on the language you tell you are comfortable with. Some more on data structures. (e.g. question would be like write a program to implement a linked list using C++/Java without using inbuilt functions. Make sure you try to implement all the basic functions of a linked list i.e. Add to last, insert at a position, delete from a position, etc.)

Some questions that were asked in previous Persistent systems recruitment process is:

  1. Explain briefly the mini project.
  2. Draw flow diagram for your project and explain it in brief
  3. What is buffer overflow?
  4. How to implement queues using stacks?
  5. Difference between C++ and java?
  6. Difference between TCP and UDP?

Round 5: HR Interview

The HR round is more or less a formality, you just have to be confident and clear in your English communication.

Also, resume is very important. You should be sure about every line you have written in your resume. Some commonly asked questions are:

  1. Tell me about yourself
  2. You are an electrical engineer then how could you prove your interest in the software field?
  3. What are your future plans
  4. What do you know about us?

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Persistent Placement Papers