The online test consisted of 5 sections - technical MCQs, logical reasoning, quantitative analysis, English MCQs and 2 Coding Questions(to be solved in 60 mins). Each section was timed. The MCQs were easy-medium level while the coding section . The coding questions were : 1) Given an array find the Greatest Common Divisor of all the elements. 2) Modification of the rat maze problem in which a destination point was given in matrix and we need to return true/false if the rat could reach that point. I was able to solve both the coding questions. Some students who had a decent score in MCQs section and had solved 1 coding question were also shortlisted. Out of 400 who appeared for the test 84 students were shortlisted.
The round began with my introduction and then the interviewer asked for my resume. The round was mostly focused on my technical skills and project which I had mentioned. As I had mentioned Web Development in my technical skills so I was questioned mostly on HTML, CSS and Bootstrap. Rather than syntax the focus was on my thought process how would I approach the problem. Later she gave me a puzzle which was similar to: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/puzzle-1-how-to-measure-45-minutes-using-two-identical-wires/ followed by an easy aptitude question. At last she asked me If I had any questions for her so I asked her about her role in the firm. Out of 84 appeared, 41 were selected for the HR round.
This was a very short round more like a discussion. It also began with my introduction, followed by some questions like how I ended up in VNIT, what I do in my free-time, why am I choosing a banking sector and what fascinates me in technology. Later I asked him about the firm, how long had he been here and the round ended up with discussion on how CITI is more of a technical organization than a bank. Finally 10 students were selected!!!
Be thorough with your resume and avoid writing things of which you are not sure. The interviewers are really sweet so try to be calm and confident. If you are unable/unsure to answer any question instead of directly saying I don't know, answer something related to the question but don't answer absolutely wrong!!! What you speak, the interviewer picks keywords from it and forms a question so think before you answer. Stay strong and believe in yourself. All the Best :)