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why ? and solve it for them. Round 3: Tech. round: As I am not from tech. background, the questions were designed to find out my understanding of the tech. ecosystem, the team dynamics, how will I handle or prioritize different situations at the job etc. It was very small 40-45 minute Round 4: Business round: 2 questions primarily with each being discussed for half an hour. 1. Convince a big electronics firm to choose Flipkart and e-retail and not go to offline shops. - to check my understanding of e-retail value chain 2. How will I predict the weekly demand of air conditioners at SKU level for every Pincode of the country. Methods used, factors considered etc. Interview #5 Round 1 : Problem Solving& Product Design : One arithmetic problem, one product design problem based on my hobby, gave me some numbers for the metrics of the product and was asked to analyze Round 2 : Business Round : Price & Cost Structure if Flipkart rents heavy home appliances instead of selling. Where can it save money? Round 3 : Product Design Round + Behavioral : Design a smart dialer app ( No voice/NLP) , Tell me a situation when you had to convince the founder of the startup about a decision opposing his view
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7 BTC Interview Handbook Co2019 Round 4 : Behavioral : Why Product? How will you deal with engineering team in a prioritization conflict? If given a team of 10 fresher engineers, what criteria will you consider to pick 5 of them to make a feature? Interview #6 Round 2 Type : Problem solving Questions Q1 Introductory questions about me and my work in Paytm (just 5-7 mins) Q2 How will you design a solution for Bangalore traffic? Not interested in your solution per se please talk about your approach to the problem. For solutions you provide, also think about how you will run pilots to validate the solution. Q3 How will you measure the success of Google Photos? Responses A1 : Started off by clarifying who I am? Interviewer said someone like a government minister. Then spoke about different types of traffic in the city: Types of commuters (Office, students, business, students), routes (junctions like Silk board, Airport), and time of day. Asked interviewer if there’s any particular combination I should focus on. He said upto to you. Mentioned that I would use social media data to look at complaints or alternatively would use traffic speed data from Google maps/Uber or satellite imagery to find out areas of areas and average travel speed. To benchmark the data, I would look at urban planning advisories available worldwide as to the optimal speed of vehicles in an urban area like Bangalore. Mentioned that this is an exercise in matching demand with supply. Demand is commuters looking to travel and their configuration; supply is road bandwidth available. Supply is affected road capacity. I jumped towards talking about various solutions. Interviewer pulled me back and hinted that there is severe underutilization of capacity and that I should consider various types of vehicles. Realized that I had been ignoring public transport. Mentioned all types: Public, private, cab. Discussed with interviewer and
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