Today, I’m sharing IIT Indore VLSI Interview Questions and my experience. Hope you find it helpful for your technical interview preparation.
Through the GATE, I got an interview call from IIT Indore.
IIT Indore is also one of the best IITs for M.Tech in VLSI for electrical engineering.
IIT Indore VLSI Interview Questions
There was an interviewer panel of 3 members. As usual, the first is a personal interview. One of the interviewers asked me the below questions.
- Give me your introduction.
Answer: I explained about myself, place, branch, college, project, etc.
- The interviewer asked me questions about my project.
Hint: Prepare all the projects that you have mentioned in your resume.
- Why do you want to join this VLSI program in IIT Indore?
Answer: I explained to him about the VLSI branch whatever I know. Regarding VLSI in IIT Indore, I told them that they have nanoelectronics which is unique from courses provided by other IITs.
- Explain nanotechnology and its benefits. And how it used?
Hint: You will be asked the questions based on your earlier answer. So be careful answering questions.
After that, they move on to the technical rounds. They asked some technical questions related to the VLSI design system.
- Which topic you have prepared for the VLSI?
- What is a CMOS inverter? and What is the function of the CMOS inverter?
- What is the difference between short-channel MOSFET and long-channel MOSFET?
- Draw a four-input NAND gate using only a two-input NAND gate.
- What are the advantages of depletion-mode devices over enhancement mode devices?
- Which configuration of MOSFET can be used as voltage buffer and current buffer?
This interview went for 15-minutes.
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Editors’ Note: This interview experience and questions for VLSI in IIT Indore are shared by the candidate. We wish him all the best for his bright future.
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