Citi Bank Latest Interview Questions
- Difference between QTP and Selenium (advantages and disadvantages).
- How can we achieve parallel execution
- Running multiple tests for the same browser
- Running tests on different browsers
- Difference between Throw and Throws.
- if an exception declared in throws and if an exception is encountered what will happen?
- Difference between try/catch block and throws.
- Explain different waits in Selenium.
- Which wait is better?
- Syntax for the implicit wait.
- What does driver.manage() do?
- Database testing using Selenium. How will you establish a connection using a JDBC driver?
- How do you fire queries while using JDBC?
- Difference between Class and Instance variables.
- Concept of Selenium Grid. Multiple nodes and errors.
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Citi Bank QA Software Testing Interview Questions:
- How can you integrate Spring and hibernate?
- How does hashmap work?
- What is the difference between get and load?
- How can you implement transactions?.
Citi Bank Software Developer Interview Questions:
Company: Citi Bank
The first round was an Online written round. A third party platform, amcat, conducted it. There were different sections from Basic Programming knowledge MCQ, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and a couple of coding questions. The test was adaptive, although there wasn’t any negative marking, you could not go to back to edit even the previous answer (and not just the section). There was a sectional time limit too. And it was a different-terminal different-set exam.
Citi Bank Coding Questions
- Given a connected directed graph in the form of an adjacency matrix, check whether it’s a tree or not.
Ans: As the graph is connected, just check if the number of edges in the graph is N-1 (for N nodes) or not. A tree of n nodes always has only n-1 edges.
- Given a number n. print the pattern as such: test case: for n = 5 111112 322222 333334 544444 555556 Simple ad-hoc problem. Out of a hundred twenty or so candidates, approximately 25-30 were shortlisted. Codes were checked manually.
Citi Bank Tech Interview (Round 1) 20 minutes
- A panel of two was to interview me. They asked about my projects.
Citi Bank Coding question
- Write code to fill completely empty sudoku( there is not an even a single cell filled already). I first proposed a simple backtracking approach. Brute force. He emphasized on the part you don’t have to “solve” the sudoku, as it is completely empty. Then I wrote a more optimized code to do it. Which will generate a single pattern of sudoku only? But doesn’t violate any rules.
- How do you attempt any problem? Subjective answer. They were looking for the method with which I attempt problems. I answered with my experience of work in the projects. Technical Round 2, 5 mins. He just gave me the answers, I had written, to the coding question I attempted in the written exam, and asked me to explain what approach I had used.
Citi Bank HR round 10 mins
Results were declared the next day, and 11 people, including me, were selected.
About Citi Bank
Citi began operations in India over a century ago in 1902 in Kolkata and today is a significant foreign investor in the Indian financial market. As promoter-shareholder, Citi has played a leading role in establishing important market intermediaries such as depositories, credit bureau, clearing and payment institutions.
Citi helped lay the foundation of the Indian software industry by establishing Citicorp Overseas Software Ltd. and Iflex Solutions Ltd.; it pioneered the ITES industry in financial services through Citigroup Global Services Ltd. (CGSL). Oracle acquired Iflex in 2005 and CGSL was acquired by Tata Consultancy Services in 2008.
Citi India added two more green-certified buildings to its office premises in 2012, and in 2013 moved its headquarters to The First International Financial Centre (FIFC), a world-class environmentally friendly building. In addition, Citi India, through its network of Citi Service Centres, has been a leading offshoring unit for Citigroup globally, providing employment opportunities in the areas of technology, processing, analytics, and financial processes.