There were 3 sections. The first section consisted of 30 Quants questions. The second section consisted of 30 Logical questions. And the last section had 30 verbal questions. All of them were quite simple.
This round comprised of a Personal Interview. The interviewer was keen on getting to know me right from my primary education and extra curriculars. Questions based on my resume were asked. After getting to know me, he went on to offer me 2 case studies to solve. I had a choice to make since it was basically only a PI. So he gave me case studies related to real life business problems.
The second round was about Case Study Solving. My resume was studied at first and there were questions related to my internship at L&T ECC (On-Campus). Then again a case study was presented and I was asked to evaluate the estimated cost and figures were tallied. The process of thinking and coming up with the solution along with the correct answers is what they tested.
The last round was also more or less about the same for me as all of the interviewers were keen on asking me about my personal as well as educational front. There was the same procedure again only to get more and more intense in difficulty. The key was to stay firm and determined althroughout.
Be thorough with your resume and let it display your potential; speak for yourself rather than writing it down on your resume.