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India has created profitable niches in information technology IT and is becoming a global provider of software services. Many software companies hire graduates with different back-grounds computer science, electrical, civil, mechanical, B.
India currently produces a solid core of knowledge workers in tertiary and scientific and technical education, although the country needs to do more to create a larger cadre of educated and agile workers who can adapt and use knowledge. Efforts have been put into establishing a top-quality university system that includes many world-class institutions of higher learning that are competitive and meritocratic, such as Indian Institutes of Technology IITs , Indian Institutes of Management, Indian Institute of Science, and the National Institute of Technology NITs.
Despite these efforts, not all publicly funded universities or other educational institutions in India have been able to maintain high-quality standards or keep pace with developments in knowledge and technology.
IT Interview Questions try to facilitate pupils who arrive from colleges where they could not find proper assistance for career counselling. There are hundreds of books on IT interviews already flooding the market.
You may naturally wonder what the need of writing another book on IT interviews is! This book assumes you have basic knowledge about computer science. Please remember, the books which are available in the market are lacking one or many of these goals. This book is different from other books available on the market. The main goals of this book are to provide students with a good knowledge base, and to offer a better understanding to those new to IT.
Based on my experience, I thought of writing this book aiming at achieving these goals in a simple way. A 3-stage formula is used in writing this book, i. I used very simple language such that a school going student can also understand the concepts easily. Once the concept is discussed, it is then interlaced into problems.
The solutions of each and every problem are well explained. Finally, interview questions with answers on every concept are covered. All the interview questions in this book are collected from various interviews conducted by top software development companies.
Interviewing is all about research, confidence and creating a good rapport. Everyone is nervous on interviews.
If you simply allow yourself to feel nervous, you'll do much better. Remember also that it's difficult for the interviewer as well. In general, be upbeat and positive. Never be negative. As a job seeker if you read complete book with good understanding, I am sure you will challenge the interviewers and that is the objective of this book.
It is that, at least reading of this book is required to get full understanding of all the topics. In the readings, you can directly go to any chapter and refer. Even though, enough readings were given for correcting the errors, due to human tendency there could be some minor typos in the book.
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I are sure that you will find this book useful. Table of Contents 1. Organization of Chapters 1. Getting Ready 2. Group Discussions 3.
Operating System Concepts 4. Scripting Languages 6. Bitwise Hacking 7. Concepts of Computer Networking 8.
Database Management Systems 9. Problems and Questions with Answers Brain Teasers Problems and Questions with Answers Algorithms Introduction Recursion and Backtracking Linked Lists Stacks Queues Trees Priority Queues and Heaps Graph Algorithms Sorting Searching Hashing String Algorithms Algorithms Design Techniques Greedy Algorithms Divide and Conquer Algorithms Dynamic Programming Basics of Design Patterns Frameworks