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sagargkr358dBefore any sort of hard work; check your luck ')
Had seen many people struggling with good knowledge of Aptitude and technical.
And about hard work: see what sort of companies you wanna target (as per what you're into) and how those companies hire and what's their process.
cst199223008dStart with small companies.
I've seen interns struggle in larger multinationals.
Small startups will teach you more in less time, so a sharper learning curve. It's good if you're starting out.
Gilf158dStart with early-stage startup. They have a good taste in exploiting fresh grad
1. Select companies you want to work at. This could be based on what your college placements scene is like, and also your own applications.
2. Do research on the hiring process of said companies, what kind of interviews they have, what they look for, etc.
3. Do your best to max out your performance in said hiring process.
If you're going through college placements then competitive programming is generally a requirement to get through technical rounds. Sad, but can't really do much about it.
Working in startups is not a bad idea at all but big corporates have their advantages too, and it's not like you don't learn anything at all there.
fiktion12208dMnc ? Your cse degree will be changed to spreadsheet expert !
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