Campus Drive Experience:Robert Bosch


Robert Bosch GmbH or Bosch, is a multinational engineering and electronics company headquartered in Gerlingen, nearStuttgart, Germany. It is the world’s largest supplier of automotive components as of 2011. The company was founded by Robert Bosch in Stuttgart in 1886

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This post includes some sample questions asked in 2011 Campus Drive by BOSCH.

No of Questions: 35+13+12

Duration: Around 75 minutes

Negative marks:½

Round1: Written Test

Learn:   C, C++, Data structures, Networks, OS and Microprocessor

Technical Section:

This section includes question from C, C++, Data Structure, Networks and Operating Systems. For C, follow ‘Exploring C’.

Aptitude section:

Most of the questions came from R.S. Agarwal. Profit and Loss, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Percentage, A.P, G.P, Average and general maths questions.

English section:

Question includes Error Correction, Jumbled Sentences, Inference from the passage.

Some sample questions:

1.       main()


int const *p = 10;

printf(“%d”, ++(*p));


2.       main()


int I;

char *a = “man”;




3.       main()


extern int i = 10;



4.       main()


float f= 1.1;

double d = 1.1;

if ( f == d)

printf(“I LOVE U”);


printf(“I HATE U”);


5. How many queues are required to implement Priority queue

6. A Binary tree is given and asked to write post order traversal

7. No of Nodes of Perfect Binary Tree.

8. Which Data Structure is efficient to implement Trees

9. Heterogeneous Linked List is implemented using

10.    #include<iostream.h>

void main()


int i = 15;

int const & j = i;

cout << i << j << endl;

i = 9;

cout << i << j << endl


11. which of the following function is used to display a character in console

12. To use manipulators we have to include the header file..

13. Virtual memory consist of main memory and

14. Command used to partition the disk

15. A question from MS-DOS

16. A question from power management

17. A problem in Paging (Given Main and Secondary memory access time,

and Hit Ratio)

18. Which of the following is a network layer protocol


b. FTP


19. A question from class addressing

20. A question from routing algorithm

21. Profit & Loss problem

22. Percentage problem

Round 2: Tech Interview

Here they test your basic understanding of concepts and programming skills.

1. What is an inline function?

2. How are macros different from functions?

3. What is a constant pointer?

4. What is a memory leak in structures? How can we rectify that?

5. In embedded systems perspective which is better to use. Macro or


6. What is a volatile keyword? How it helps in the embedded perspective?

7. Some simple c programs.

8. Some Questions from Microprocessor.

9. Basics in c and simple programs with strings.

10. Project explanation also carries a plus. Be thorough with the project

which is mentioned in the resume.

11. Questions about stack, its operations

12. Questions about heap.

13. What is meant by storage classes?

14. Write a program to check whether the nth bit is 1 or 0?

15. What is private variables and public variables?

16. What is the difference between Microprocessor and Microcontroller

17. What is the difference between real time systems and embedded systems?

18. Operator overloading with example?

19. What is polymorphism?

20. program for Fibonacci series

21. Program for string reverse

22. Code for bubble sort and insertion sort

23. Call by value , call by reference

24. Fundamental data type

25. Size of data types

26. Find out whether the given microprocessor is little endian or big endian?

27. Operations in array

28. Find out the size of given data type without using sizeof()

29. Is it possible to access or modify PC (program counter)?

30. How ISR is serviced?

31. What is interrupt latency?

Round 3: HR Interview

1. Tell me about yourself?

2. about your project.

3. Scenario handling questions.

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