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There has been a stupendous growth in the banking and IT sectors. There has been hiring drives conducted every year at colleges. The IT sector per se employed around five lakh employees in 1999 and today, it directly employs more than 40 lakh employees while indirect employment as more than 1.3 crores. Indian IT companies cater to more than 330 companies.

More than 3 lakh graduates pass out and join various organisations like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, CTS, HCL, Tech Mahindra, or NON-IT companies like Reliance, Tata Group or global giants like IBM, Accenture, HP etc. There has been a specific demand in banking and financial services sector, which recruits fresh graduates on a bulk basis for various roles like sales, relationship management, back office operations etc.

This requirement of IT/NON-IT companies is generally fulfilled by two different methods. Firstly, through advertisements in newspapers to reach out to potential and interested candidates. This is a longer process. Generally takes around a month to finalise the process. This is generally suitable for lesser number of vacancies or for filling up mid and senior level positions.

The second and the most effective method resorted to by organizations for bulk hiring is to visit the campuses and recruit the candidates from those campuses. This method is referred to as Campus Recruitment. In this method, both the organizations and the prospective candidates are on a common platform. This method provides a platform to the candidates, who are ever enthusiastic and extremely motivated and who are willing to go that extra mile to prove themselves. This system enables the candidate to have a smooth path to enter the job market straight from the college campus.

The various stages involved in the campus recruitment process by companies are fair and large the same with slight modulations in process. However, the general method to assess a potential candidate remains the same.


PHIRE is a placement-oriented training company started by a team of ex-bankers, to help the BFSI segment access fresh talents from across the country. Our aim is to bridge the gap in the industry between skill crunch for BFSI segment and employable gap for young talents.


The questions from this test area of Quantitative Aptitude are of easy to moderate level of difficulty. The questions, usually, come from the following topics.





  • Simple Equations
  • Ratio, Proportion and Variation
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Progressions
  • Indices & Surds
  • Numbers
  • Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnerships
  • Simple Interest and Compound Interest
  • Averages, Mixtures and Alligations
  • Time & Work
  • Time & Distance
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Permutation & Combinations
  • Probability


DI questions can have easy as well as difficult questions. DI is generally asked to check the analytical skill of the candidate and how he interprets the data provided and his understanding levels. The questions in DI usually involve observation, calculations like comparison of fractions, computing the averages, percentage based calculations etc. Basic understanding of different types of charts like Tables, Pie Charts, Bar Charts, Line Graphs is required.


Generally these are the areas of knowledge which a candidate should possess as far as logical reasoning is concerned.

  • Series, Analogies, Odd Man Out, Coding and Decoding
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Clocks, Calendars
  • Blood relations, Direction Sense
  • Symbols and Notations, Linear and Circular Arrangement
  • Distribution, Comparisons, Quant based Puzzles
  • Selections, Deductions, Input and Output
  • Cubes and Dice


The questions from this area require basic knowledge about English usage and functional grammar. The pattern of questions.

  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehension

Clearing of Aptitude Tests is very essential in the whole selection process. A candidate should essentially clear the aptitude round to participate in other selection rounds.


A GD is conducted to test the interpersonal skills, including communication skills of candidates. It also tests a candidate's knowledge and his ability to link the various facts.

A particular topic is assigned to a group of candidates and the observer checks the body language, clarity of thought, relevance to the topic, knowledge of domains apart from his core etc. The topics selected for a GD may be Knowledge based and Abstract. The attitude and the responsiveness of the candidate to a situation is also tested. Candidates should update themselves of latest current affairs in the country, and knowledge of various topics. The leadership capacity to handle a group is also tested.


Personal Interviews are conducted to know more about the candidates achievement, knowledge, hobbies, specialization, family background etc. The panel checks for the behavior, attitude of the candidate and his future career plans. The candidate is expected to have a clear career goal and area of specialization which he/she would be interested to pursue as his future goal. Overall, one's confidence and one's knowledge are the key attributes which would be checked here.

The Interview rounds can be Technical Interview and HR Interview rounds.

Salary offered for freshers as per market standards :

Salary packages vary from candidate to candidate depending on their competency. Generally IT sectors pay Rs.3.5lakhsp.a.(approx) for freshers and banking sector pays about Rs.3 lakhs p.a.(approx).

PHIRE conducts a comprehensive program designed to train students for all types of campus recruitments. This includes arts colleges, engineering ,MBA colleges..

The program has different modules for aprtitude test, GDs and personal interviews. This programme is updated on a regular basis to keep pace with the changes in the recruitment procedures adopted by various companies at campuses

PHIRE conducts coaching at campuses for students, tests based on the updted syllabus, helps improve soft skills to prepare students for group discussion, mock interviews etc.

Highlights of PHIRE Campus Recruitment Training Programs:
  • 100 hours of vigorous classes covering various questions asked in Aptitude Test & Logical Reasoning.
  • Classes on basic communication skills (Group Discussion basics, Mock Group Discussions, speaking skills, listening & writing skills, Psychometric test)
  • Soft Skill Training and Interview Preparation
  • Experts who have experience in recruitment process conduct these Mock interviews.
    Course Material
  • 3 Study Material Booklets(including solutions)- Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning & English
  • 100 Individual Practice Exercises and Test papers
  • Five Model Questions papers for practice
  • GD Topics
  • Interview Questions for Practic
  • Test Papers based on latest syllabus
  • Topic wise practice session
  • Comprehensive Test session
  • Psychometric Test