CQ_Finforte | Ananya Sharma | Nomura

  1. Prepare for HR rounds properly if you are targeting Non-Tech roles mainly defending why you decided to go for that role. Attend the PPTs for Non-Tech roles if you are targeting them and read their job descriptions thoroughly it brings clarity to your answers.
  2. Saying NO is always a better option than answering abruptly being unsure of the details, and it will not hurt your overall evaluation believe me. This is what I have experienced multiple times including Nomura rounds as well.
  3. The placement process is very random. People may get into roles they don’t want or are not being paid, according to their expectations. I have seen it with my seniors as well as my batchmates. You can apply for off-campus opportunities if you don’t get into one of the roles of your preference. You have, six or seven months, before you join your company, there’s sufficient time. The placement semester can be hectic. Try to maintain your calm and schedule. It can be frustrating at times but trust your preparation. Believe in yourself and everything eventually, will go in the right direction.

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