Q1.Table Structure: EMPLOYEE(EmpName, DeptName, Salary) 1. Write a SQL query to get highest salary in each Department. 2.

Write a sql to get the number of employees in each Department. 3. Write a sql to split employee in two columns: a) Employee above 5000(employee getting salary more than 5000) b) Employee below 5000(employee getting salary below 5000) No need to show the employee getting salary = 5000 A. 1. SELECT DeptName, MAX(salary) as "Highest salary" FROM employee GROUP BY DeptName 2. select DeptName, count(EmpName) from Employee group by DeptName 3a. select Salary, EmpName, case when salary < 5000 then 'Less than 5000' else 'Greater than 5000' end from employee OR, alternative way, 3a. select case when salary < 5000 then EmpName+' '+CAST(salary As Varchar(100)) else NULL end 'Less than 5000', case when salary > 5000 then EmpName+' '+CAST(salary As Varchar(100)) else NULL end 'Greater than 5000' from employee 3b. select EMPNAME = EmpName, EMPSAL = case when salary < 5000 then CAST(Salary as varchar(100))+ ' '+'Less than 5000' when salary > 5000 then CAST(salary as varchar(100))+' ' +'Greater than 5000' when salary = 5000 then CAST(salary as varchar(100))+' ' +'Equal to 5000' end from employee1 Q2. Write a sql to get the department name having highest number of employees. A. Select DeptName From Employee1 Group by DeptName Having count(EmpName) in( Select Max(A.COUNTEMP) From (select DeptName, count(EmpName)as COUNTEMP from Employee1 group by DeptName) A)

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