Evalueserve is a KPO (Knowledge Process outsourcing) firm providing services in the field of business research, financial and investment research, market research, intellectual property, legal support services, supply chain support services and knowledge technology. Relatively a new entrant on the scene it is growing into a big firm as the comparative cost advantages and the knowledge pool in India are easy to come by. It offers job opportunities mostly to the MBAs. However, engineering graduates also have bright chances of making because of their good analytical skills.
(For more details visit www.evalueserve.com)
Research Centre: Gurgaon, India [other locations include Shanghai, Valparaiso, (Chile) Clug-Rapoca (Romanaia)]
Recruitment: On campus
1) Written Test
2) Interview (two rounds)
Written Test: MCQ (multiple choice questions)
Duration: 40 minutes (approx.) No negative marking.
Sections covered: Aptitude + English
Questions: 30 (approx.)
Interview (1st round): In the first round of the interview questions are asked from your branch, summer training, projects,etc.
Interview (2nd round): Very informal and tricky in nature. A case study may also be asked to solve. Mostly the analytical ability of the candidates is judged. (For ex questions are like how many crows are there in your city? How many mineral water bottles are used in your city?)
Off campus: Online application process. Resumes can be posted on the website (www.evalueserve.com). Candidates are called for interview on the basis of their suitability for the job.
Duration: 1 hour (approx.)
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Training period: Zero
Bond/ service agreement: 2 year of Rs.2 lakhs.
Post Designated on recruitment: Business Analyst
Package: 4.5 lakhs (approx)
The daily time an employee spends on work is around 9 hours.
• Good exposure and experience
• Good chances of growth
• Relatively Less package for engineers.