HP Recruitment, Exam Pattern, Insights, and Details



If you’re a fresher and looking for recruitment with good compensations and benefits along with career development, then HP is the answer. Starting a job with HP can be a great boost to your career. HP has started the recruitment drive 2018-19 for freshers (graduates and postgraduates). HP also offers various internships that help students in building their careers while pursuing academic degrees/courses. Students who have completed their bachelor/master degrees (in any discipline) are eligible for HP recruitment 2018. Those who are interested in HR roles, then HP has an HR Management Associate Program that shortlists candidates who can become future HR leaders. There are no fixed dates for hiring, HP accepts job applications all-round the year. The application process is online. You can choose your job profile online and apply for it by emailing your resume. HP officials will get back to you if your credentials are considered fit for the job. The HP recruitment process usually happens in three stages, that is, first the Written Exam, then the Technical Interview which is followed by the final HR Round (Interview). After the recruitment is successful, selected candidates can be offered jobs across India or as per their preferred locations. Hewlett-Packard came into being in 1939 with the efforts of William Redington Hewlett and Dave Packard, hence the name “Hewlett-Packard”. HP, headquartered at Palo Alto, California, USA, is into building Computer hardware & software, IT services and IT consulting all around the globe.



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de HP
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
b.tech, 10th and 12th-65% Backlogs-No Gap-More than 1 year
Selection Procedure
Written exam,Technical Interview,HR interview
Sections
Technical Quantitative Aptitude Verbal
Time limit
75 minutes
HP Headquarter
Palo Alto, California, USA
Key People
William Redington Hewlett,,Dave Packard,Company Profile Computer hardware & software, IT services and IT consulting

Written Exam Pattern

The total duration of the test will be 75 minutes.

The written exam will contain 55 questions for 55 marks.

One mark will be awarded for the correct answer.

There is no negative marking.

The written test/exam will have three sections; Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal and Technical.

  • Quantitative Aptitude section will have 12 questions for 1 mark each.
  • Verbal section will have 8 questions for 1 mark each.
  • Technical section will have 35 questions for 1 marks each.

 

HP Selection Process: 

The HP recruitment process usually happens in three stages, that is, first the Written Exam, then the Technical Interview which is followed by the final HR Round (Interview). After the recruitment is successful, selected candidates can be offered jobs across India or as per their preferred locations.

  • Aptitude written test online
  • Technical interview
  • HR interview

It is crucial for the candidates to ace the written exam to move forward with the hiring process. Those who will fail the written exam will be not be called for the next round.

Syllabus: HP Recruitment

Verbal English 
This section covers all the basic grammar questions which includes fill in the blanks, phrases,sentence completion. This section consists of short reading comprehension passages.

Quantitative Ability
This section covers the questions from the topic such as algebra,time & work, speed & distance, arithmetic, percentages, probability, permutation & combination, profit & loss, HCF, LCM, geometry etc.
It also checks the analytical ability by designing blood related questions, puzzles,statements and argumentation, coding-decoding,data sufficiency and pattern recognition.

Technical
This section involves questions from Computer concepts and C language.  These questions are quite tough and it requires well preparation.

Tips for HP Written Paper/Exam

•             You need speed to finish the HP Recruitment Test within prescribed time limit. Go through the topics in the syllabus and start with the ones that you are good at. Practise reasoning and mathematics problems by memorising formulas.

•             After each study session keep 1/2 hour for revision of topics learned/practised.

•             Become smart by attempting questions that you are sure of first, then come to the questions you’re in doubt. But don’t attempt them anyway, remember negative marking is a factor here. Therefore, only attempt the questions that you are sure of.

•             Manage your time properly; give appropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests will time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.

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