Hola friends, I know this post is very late. Sorry for this. Check out my blog for real interview experiences of different companies. So, today I have brought to you the Intelenet Global Services Analyst Interview Experience.
Data Analyst position in Intelenet Global Services:
The position was Data Analyst which has been counted as the sub-portion of the sexist job of 21st century. Data analyst work involves collecting, cleaning, transforming and analyzing data.
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The job description for this post in Intelenet Global Services included Python, R or SAS, knowledge about statistics….yeah the core things of data science. It also needs you to have knowledge about some BI tool like Tableau. It would be desirable for you 😉
How does Intelenet Global Services Recruits:
So, the recruitment process in Intelenet Global can start either with a consultancy, employee referral or through their company database, if your resume is that smart 😉
My friend got a call from a consultancy and the consultant explained about the job description in Intelenet Global Services. Intelenet is a business process outsourcing companies offering services in multiple sectors and this profile was Data Analyst. The position was for UK shift and cabs facility is not provided with it… Huh.. :/ When I heard this, it was bit upsetting for me and friend.
So, my friend agreed on the terms specified by the consultant and the job consultant agreed upon a date for interview.
The Interview Day:
My friend went to the Gurgaon Intelenet Global Services office. He found the office entrance bit sad.. but then the internal bay system and people were good there. The first round was with a BI specialist and she was very friendly in nature. It was more of a HR kind of interview with some basic questions like:
-Tell me about yourself
– Your Current Role
-The complex project you have done so far and your responsibilities in it
– What kind of tools you use
-Your reason of Job Change
-Why Intelenet Global Services
-Any BI tool experience (by the way they use Tableau in most of the cases for reporting purpose – specific to Gurgaon location office). So if you know any BI tool that will be an advantage for you 😀.
Then she will explain what all tools they use and what the role is all about.
If the HR finds your candidature as relevant, she may call you for a coding round…
The Second Round of Interview with Intelenet Global Services
The second round of interview was a coding round and the questions were related to Advance Python concept. It wasn’t a pen paper based test. -So, if you are someone who only knows how to read a simple csv file as a dataframe, then this profile might not for you.
-If you are someone who knows has worked with a single data type inside a dataframe column, then this place is might not for you..
Guys you need to be very good in Python concepts if you want to clear their coding round.
Also, some basic knowledge of SQL is required to master the test. Don’t know anything about SQL?.. Aah.. don’t worry.. check my post on SQL Basics and Advance SQL functions to master data management. Any feedback is welcomed 🤗
Here are some hints for this coding round:
1. Try to master how to read multiple files at the same time and append it to each other. Like reading all excel or csv files from a directory and then appending it to another file
2. Extracting elements from a nested list. Writing a generic function to extract nested list items and checking prime/even-odd and splitting the data into new two list based upon the function.
3. Handling dataframe with columns handling different data type separated by different delimiters… My friend was totally blown away with this question 😉
4. The fourth and last question was based on your knowledge of dictionary and lists. Writing a function that compares key values of a dictionary in a list and then deleting key values from list.
So, guys master you Python basic and advance skills before appearing for Intelenet Global Services.
The sad part was the consultant informed him that this positions is for statistical analysis, clustering, classification etc… However there wasn’t any question related to these topics. But, this doesn’t mean that these topics will not be asked in further interview rounds. Since my friends was asked to leave for the day… Aah.. I hate this line.
All the best guys if you are going to appear for the data analyst profile. I hope this post will help you 🙂 Let me know if you have some other questions here… I am here to help you..