The Round starts with a few questions on English, Mathematics and General Programming. They didn't ask us to write a full program. Instead, they gave us written programs and asked us to predict the outputs. Fairly easy job for anyone who's revised programming basics. Lastly, there was a timed game round. They tested our decision-making skills in different (yet easy) scenarios.
This was an interview round, a mix of technical and HR. They asked me to introduce myself initially and asked about my final year project (because I had mentioned it in my resume) and moved on to technical questions related to programming. They didn't ask anything that I hadn't already mentioned in the resume. They wanted to know why a civil engineering student wants to work for an IT services firm. Better be ready with an answer!
This was only a formal round to get us to talk about ourselves. General HR questions followed. Hobbies, Interests, Life-choices, etc.
This was my fourth interview and for each of the interview that I appeared for, nobody asked for anything that wasn't in my resume. But they did ask me about everything that was there in it. So be cautious when you write your resume. Put only those things in it that you know a good deal of.