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ADITI TECHNOLOGIES

APPTITUDE TESTS
EXAMPLE
1.
(a) The gap between the average starting salaries of teachers and those of other
professionals has shrunk in recent years.
(b) The average age of first year teachers is same as it was in 1975.
(c) tarting teachers are no longer underpaid.
(d) The e!tent of a persons formal education is a measure by which to determine his level
of salary.
(e) "ver the last few years# the average starting salaries of other professionals have
increased by $%&
(a) ebd (b) bad (c) abc (d) aec
'nswer is d( the statement a#e#c are logically se)uenced.
1.
(a) *apan now produces more semiconductors# than +.
(b) emiconductors are one of the fastest growing industry segments.
(c) ' decade ago *apan was producing $,& and the + was producing $$& of the worlds
semiconductors# respectively.
(d) 1% years ago *apan ranked third in semiconductor production.
(e) -uring the last 1% years *apans production of semiconductors has increased by 5%%&
while that of the us has increased by $%%&
(a) abd (b) cea (c) edc (d) bcd
2.
(a) .oding program 1 (b) /riting specifications for
program 1
(c) 0ntegrating program 1 with other programs (d) Testing program 1
(e) .ollecting che)ue from the client of the program
(a) edcba (b) abcde (c) badce (d) abdce
3.
(a) 1ob is older than -inku and 0smer (b) 2ahul is oldet
than -inku
(c) 2ahul is younger than 1ob (d) 2ahul is older than 0smer (e) -inku is older
than 0smer
(a) edb (b) bcd (c) dab (d) abc
4.
(a) -efining the data type of the variable (b) +sing the variable (c)
-eclaring the variable
(d) 0nitiali3ing the variable (e) 2emove the variable from the
memory
(a) cadbe (b) abcde (c) cdb
(d) acdbe
5.
(a) 0n the last si! months the number of robberies at gun point in the city has dropped by
14&
(b) 5uns are necessary protection against robbers
(c) trict gun control causes a decrease in violent crime
(d) 6ost crimes are committed with guns and knives
(e) i! months ago this city7s council passed a gun control law
(a) bda (b) acb (c) ebc (d) eac
6.
(a) 'll missiles follow a fi!ed tra8ectory (b) The boomerang re)uires a high
degree of skill
(c) ' boomerang is a missile (d) The boomerang is used by
'ustralian aborigines to hunt
(e) ' boomerang normally has an elliptical flight path
(a) adc (b) aec (c) cba (d)
ebd
7.
(a) aving the source file (b) .ompiler e!ecution (c) 9re:
processor e!ecution
(d) 1ug fi!ing (e) 2eading the error file
(a) eabcd (b) acbed (c) abced (d) cbeda
8.
(a) 1ut if powers that be# e!tended any# how will be the first one to take might claim
(b) 0 don7t believe in seeking special privileges because 07m a woman
(c) ;et me e!plain this in conte!t of what happened the other
(a) bac (b) acb (c) bca (d)
abc
9.
(a) ' long search produce a comprehensive list of $%< manufacturing firms
(b) The number of workers employed by the firms in the area ranged from a do3en to
appro!imately <5%%
(c) Those concerned with mining and )uarrying# construction #transport# trade and
commerce were e!cluded
(d) The investigation was confined to manufacturing firms in the area
(a) bcda (b) bcab (c) abcd (d) dabc
10.
(a) The )uickly came back with pots laden with water
(b) The water gurgled out and the dying embers hissed and send up little curls of vapour
(c) The poured it on the glowing bed of charcoal
(d) The men 8umped up and rushed to the river
(a) acdb (b) bacb (c) dabc
(d) dcba
SECTION 2- DATA SUFFICIENCY
Each item has a question folloe! "# to statements $
Ma%& a$ If the question can "e anse%e! ith the hel' of statement ()( alone
Ma%& "$ If the question can "e anse%e! ith the hel' of statement (*( alone
Ma%& c$ If the question can "e anse%e! ith the hel' of "oth the statements "ut not ith
the hel' of eithe% statement "# itself
Ma%& !$ If the question cannot "e anse%e! e+en ith the hel' of "oth the ,i+en
statements
E-am'le$
1. -oes winking improve eye sight=
1) -uring the process of winking the focal power of eyes improves
$) >!periments have shown that eye e!ercise lead to an improvement in eye sight
'nswer? d because neither 1 or $ is ade)uate.
Questi!s "
11. >ach floor of a < storeyed building is occupied and a total of 15 people live in the
building. @ow many live on the first floor=
1) The no. of people living in the first floor is an odd number
$) The no. of people living on the first floor double the number living on the
second floor
12. 9rogram 1 can be implemented
1) 9rogram 1 is tested and error free
$) The implementation site is ready
13. The sum of digits of a 5 digit no. is 1%. The digit in the ten thousandth place is cube
of that of units place. what is the number.
1) The digits in the thousandth# hundredth and tenth place are e)ual
$) The digit in the units and tenth place are not e)ual
14. 0f 0 deposit 2s.1%%% in the bank now and withdraw the amount only at the end of the
year how much will 0 get=
1) The rate of compound interest is 1$& per year
$) The interest is deposited in the account at the end of every si! months
15. Aariable BCB is an address variable.
1) The value of variable BCB is BadbcfB
$) 9rogram has a statement C DEF
16. 0s white color the best reflector of light=
1) The lower a color7s reflection inde! the better its power of reflection
$) /hite has a reflection inde! of %.$4
17. -oes 6ehta work in an advertising agency=
1) 6ehta begins work at 9 am in the morning and works till 9 in the night
$) 6ehta is a copywriter
18. 0s it true that 6aggi Goodles success was largely due to its ability to satisfy a latent
consumer need=
1) 1efore the entry of 6aggi Goodles# "thers did not have access to a food item
which was convenient to prepare and could be consumed between meals.
$) 6aggi Goodles was an instant hit with ladies who had children in the range of
1% to 1$ years
19. achin wrote 9rogram 1
1) 0t is found in the directory c?HuserHsachin
$) achin tested 9rogram 1
20. 're all 'rgots also Inicks=
1) 'll 'rgots are -rones
$) 'll -rones are Inicks
21. -oes classical music aid plant growth=
1) 6usic aids in the development of sugar in plants.
$) 0n an e!periment conducted# its was observed that plants e!posed to classical
music grew by 5cm more than plants not e!posed to classical music in the same period.
22. 're che)ues the safest method of making a payment.
1) .he)ues are more convenient than cash in making and resolving payments.
$) 9ayment by che)ues eliminate the risk involved in handling cash.
23. Getworking is working fine.
1) .omputer ' is able to talk to .omputer 1
$) 1oth .omputer ' E 1 are 9entium 6achines.
24. 0s it true that smiling is easier than frowning=
1) miling re)uires the movement of 1, facial muscles while frowning re)uires
the movement of $, facial muscles.
$) 6oving every facial muscles re)uires the same amount of effort.
25. 0s it true that the .arpenter lives on the first floor.=
1) the 1arber lives two floors above the black smith who in turn stays one floor
above the carpenter.
$) the blacksmith lives two floors above the weaver who lives one floor below the
carpenter in a three storeyed building.
SECTION 3 - ANA#YTICA#.
.uestions */0*1 a%e "ase! on the folloin, ?
't a formal dinner for 4# the host and the hostess are seated at opposite ends of a
rectangular table# with < persons along each side. >ach man must be seated ne!t to at
least to 1 woman# and vice versa. 'lan is opposite to -iana# who is not the hostess.
5eorge has a woman on his right and is opposite to a woman. @elga is at the hostess7s
right# ne!t to Jrank. "ne person is seated between 1elinda and .arol.
26.The 4th person present# >ric must be
(a) the host
(b) seated to -iana7s right
(c) seated opposite to .arol
(a) a only (b) c only (c) b and c (d) a# b
and c
27. 0f each person is placed directly opposite to his or her spouse# which of the following
pairs must be married.
2a3 Geo%,e an! Hel,a (b) 1elinda and Jrank
(c) .arol and Jrank (d) 5eorge and 1elinda
28. /hich person is not seated ne!t to a person of the same se!.=
(a) 'lan (b) 1elinda (c)
.arol 2!3 Diana
29. 5eorge is bothered by the cigarette smoke of his neighbor and e!changes seats with
the person , places to his left. /hich of the following must be true following the
e!change=
(a) Go one is seated between two persons of the opposite se!.
(b) one side of the table consists entirely of persons of the same se!.
(c) >ither the host or hostess has changed seats
2a3 A onl# (b) . only (c) ' and
1 (d) 1 and .
.uestions 45 0 44 a%e "ase! on the folloin,$
The hotel 6iramar has two wings# the east wing and the west wing. ome east wing
rooms but not all# have an ocean view. 'll west wing rooms have a harbor view. The
charge for all rooms is identical e!cept for the following.
There is an e!tra charge for all harbor view rooms on or above third floor. There is an
e!tra charge for all ocean view rooms e!cept those without balcony. ome harbor view
rooms on the first two floors and some east wing rooms without ocean view have kitchen
facilities for which there is an e!tra charge. "nly the ocean view and harbor view rooms
have balconies.
30. ' guest may avoid an e!tra charge by re)uesting
(a) ' west wing room on one of the first two floors.
(b) ' west wing room on the fourth floor without balcony.
2c3 An East in, %oom ithout "alcon#6 (d) 'ny room without
kitchen.
31. /hich of the following must be true if all conditions are as stated=
(a) 'll rooms above the third floor involves e!tra charges.
(b) Go room without an ocean or harbor view or kitchen facilities involves e!tra
charge.
(c) There is no e!tra charge for an east wing room without ocean view.
(d) There is no e!tra charge for any room without Iitchen facilities.
32. which of the following must be false if all conditions are as stated=
(a) some ocean viewing rooms do not involve an e!tra charge
2"3 all %ooms ith &itchen facilities in+ol+e an e-t%a cha%,e
(c) some west viewing rooms above the second floor do not involve an e!tra
charge
(d) some harbor viewing rooms do not involve an e!tra charge
33. /hich of the following can not be determined on the basis of the information given=
2a3 hethe% the%e a%e an# %ooms ithout a "alcon# fo% hich e-t%a cha%,e is
im'ose!
(b) whether any room without at kitchen or a view involves an e!tra charge
(c) whether two e!tra charges are imposed for any room (d) none
of the above
.uestions 47 to 48 a%e "ase! on the folloin,$
Jour cards of different suits are dealt one apiece to '# 1# . and -.
1 says? 6ine is not a club. ' says? 6ine is not a spade.
- says? 6ine is not a diamond. . says? 6ine is not a spade.
' says? 6ine is not a heart.
34. ' held
(a) heart (b) clubs (c) diamonds (d)
spade
35. 1 held
(a) heart (b) clubs (c) diamonds
(d) spade
36. . held
(a) heart (b) clubs (c) diamonds
(d) spade
37. - held
(a) heart (b) clubs (c) diamonds
(d) spade
.uestions 49 to 75 a%e "ase! on the folloin,$
0n a magical temple there are < doorways each leading to the interior of the temple.
>very door way has an idol 8ust inside. The magical powers of the temple doubles the
flowers a devotee carries every time heKshe passes under a doorway. >ach devotee has to
pass on straight through the doorway and cannot retrace his steps till he comes to the
innermost idol.
38. 2am carries C flowers at each idol he places an identical number of flowers F. @e
returns from the temple without a single flower. C was most probably
(a) $ (b) 5 (c) L
(d) 7
39. 0n the situation above F was most probably
(a)
4 (b) 5 (c) L (d) 7
40. 0f ita took 4 flowers to the temple and offered , flowers each to the first two idols
then by the time she faces the third idol she has
(a) ,% flowers (b) <L flowers (c) 5$ flowers
(d) 5L flowers
SECTION 4 - CO$%UTATIONA#.
41. $ passengers have together 5L% kgs of luggage and are charged for the e!cess above
the weight allowed at 1%M and $LM. 0f all the luggage had belonged to one of them he
would have to pay ,LM. The amount of luggage each passenger is allowed without any
charge is
(a) 1%% kg (b) 15% kg (c) 1L% kg (d) 0nsufficient
data
42. L pigs cost the same as 9 sheep. $7 sheep cost the same as <% goats. 5% goats cost the
same as < elephants. 0f two elephants cost M,4%%# then the cost of one pig in dollar is
(a) 1$% (b) $,% (c) 1%5 (d) $5%
43. ' wholesaler allows a discount of $% & on the list price to the retailer. The retailer
sells at 5& below the list price. 0f the customer pays 2s.19 for an article what profit is
made by the retailer on it=
(a) 2s.$ (b) 2s.< (c) 2s.,
(d) 2s.,.5
44. ' circular metal plate of even thickness has 1$ holes of radius 1 cm drilled into it. 's
a result the plate lost 1KLth its original weight. The radius of the circular plate is
(a) 1Ls)rt$ (b) 4s)rt$ (c) <$s)rt$
(d) s)rt7$
45. < machines a#b#c can be used to produce a product. 6achine a will take L% hours to
produce a million units. 6achine b is twice as fast as machine a. 6achine c takes the
same amount of time as machine a and b taken together. @ow much time will be re)uired
to produce a million units if all the three machines are used simultaneously=
(a) 1$ hours (b) 1% hours (c) 4 hours (d) L hours
C TEST
1./hat would be the output of the following program.
NincludeOstdio.hP
main()
Q
e!tern int a(
printf(B&dB#a)((
R
int aD$%(
2a3 *5 (b) % (c) garbage value
(d) errorSS
2./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int aT5UDQ$#<R(
printf(BHn &d &d &dB#aT$U#aT<U#aT,U)(
R
(a) garbage value (b) $ < < (c) < $ $
2!3 5 5 5
3./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
intiD:<#8D$#kD%#m(
mDVViEEVV8WWVVk(
printf(BHn &d &d &d &dB#i#8#k#m)(
R
2a3 0* 4 5 ) (b) :< $ % 1 (c) :$ < 1 1
(d) error
4./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int a#b(
aDsumdig(1$<)(
bDsumdig(1$<)(
printf(B&d &dB#a#b)(
R
sumdig(int n)
Q
static int sD%(
int d(
if(nSD%)
Q
dDn&1%(
nD(n:d)K1%(
sDsVd(
sumdig(n)(
R
else return(s)(
R
(a) 1$ L (b) L 1$ (c) < 15
(d) error
5./hat would be the output of the following program.
Ndefine .+1>(!) (!X!X!)
main()
Q
int a#bD<(
aD.+1>(bVV)(
printf(BHn &d &dB#a#b)(
R
(a) L, , (b) $7 , (c) $7 L (d) L,
L
6./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
const int !Dget()(
printf(B&dB#!)(
R
get()
Q
return($%)(
R
(a) $% (b) garbage value (c) error
(d) %
7.' function has this prototype void f1(int XX!)#
@ow will you call this function=
(a) int XXa( (b) int a( (c) int Xa( (d) int aD5(
f1(a)( f1(Ea)( f1(Ea)( f1(EEa)(
8.pointout the error# if any# in the for loop
main()
Q
int lD1(
for((()
Q
printf(B&dB#lVV)(
if(lP1%)
break(
R
R
(a) The condition in the for loop is a must (b) The two semicolons
should be dropped
(c) The for loop should be replaced by awhile loop 2!3 No e%%o%
9..an the following piece of code be e!ecuted=
int main(void)
Q
char str'T1%UDBcompileB#str1T1%U(
myYstrcpy(str1#str')(
puts(str1)(
R
char X myYstrcpy(char Xdestination#char Xsource)
Q
char XpDdestination(
while(XsourceSD7H%7)
Q
XpVVDXsourceVV(
R
XpD7H%7(
return destination(
R
(a) .ompilation will only give a warning but will proceed to e!ecute E will display
BcompileB
(b) The compilation error char X(char X#char X) differs in levels of indirection from
7int()7 will occur
(c) Fes E it will print compile on the screen (d) Gone of the above
10./hat would be the output of the following program.
NincludeOstdio.hP
main()
Q
char strT5UDBfastB(
static char XptrYtoYarray D str(
printf(B&sB#ptrYtoYarray)(
R
(a) .ompilation will only give a warning but will proceed to e!ecute E will display
BfastB
2"3 !is'la# (fast( on sc%een (c) will give a compilation error
(d) none of the above
11./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int num#Xp(
numD5(
pDEnum(
printf(B&dB#Xp)(
R
(a) L 2"3 : (c) 8unk value
(d) compilation error
12./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int aT<UDQ$#<#,R(
char Xp(
pDa(
pD(char X)((int X)pV1)(
printf(B&dB#p)(
R
(a) $ (b) % (c) 8unk value 2!3 4
13./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int iD1%(
fn(i)(
printf(B&dB#i)(
R
fn(int i)
Q
return VVi(
R
(a) 1% 2"3 )) (c) 1$
(d) .ompilation error
14. /hat will be the value of i E 8 after the loop ise!ecuted=
O12P for(iD%#8D%(iO5#8O$5(iVV#8VV)
(a) iD,#8D $, (b) iD$,#8D $, (c) iD$5#8D
$5 (d) iD5#8D$5
15./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int i#8(
iD1%(
8Dsi3eof(VVi)(
printf(B&dB#i)(
R
2a3 )) (b) 1% (c) , (d) compilation
error
16./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
int iD7(
printf(B&dHnB#iVVXiVV)(
R
(a) ,9 2"3 :/ (c) 7$
(d) compilation error
17. /hat will the printf print=
main()
Q
char Xp#Xf()(
pDf()(
printf(Bf() returns?&sHnB#p)(
R
char Xf()
Q
char resultT4%U(
strcpy(result#Banything will doB)(
return (result)(
R
(a) f() returns? anything will do (b) f() returns?
(c) compilation error (d) The printf statement is not going
to be e!ecuted
18.@ow many times the following program would print 7*amboree7=
main()
Q
printf(BHn *amboreeB)(
main()(
R
(a) infinite number of times (b) <$7L7 times
(c) L55<5 times 2!3 till the stac& !oes not o+e%flo
19.Gotice the error in the default statement in the code snippet below./ill it give a
compilation error=
main()
Q
int aD1%#8(
8Dfn(a)(
switch(8)
Q
case <%? printf(Bthe value is <%B)(
break(
case 5%? printf(Bthe value is 5%B)(
break(
default?printf(Bthe value is not <% or 5%B)(
R
R
fn(int a)
Q
return (VVa)(
R
(a) /ill display Bthe value is <%B 2"3 ;ill !is'la# (The +alue is not 45
o% :5(
(c) Fes a compilation error would happen
(d) Go compilation errors but there will be no output on the screen
20./hat would be the output of the following program.
main()
Q
struct emp
Q
char nameT$%U(
int age(
float sal(
R(
struct emp e D QBtigerBR(
printf(BHn &d &fB#e.age#e.sal)(
R
2a3 5 56555555 (b) 5arbage values (c) >rror (d) none of the above
A&ES TEC'NO#O(Y
"
The written test is purely technical with stress on Getworking# .# "perating
ystems# -ata tructures etc. Fou should be clear with the fundamentals of these and
other core sub8ects. Zuestions are mainly multiple:choice though this may vary.
1. "ne of the following is my secret word? '06 -+> 6"- "'T T0>. /ith the list in
front of you# if 0 were to tell you any one of my secret word# then you would be able to
tell me the number of vowels in my secret word. /hich is my secret word=
'ns. T0>
2. 0n the following figure? ' 1 .
-
> J 5
@
0
>ach of the digits 1# $# <# ,# 5# L# 7# 4# and 9 is?
a) 2epresented by a different letter in the figure above.
b) 9ositioned in the figure above so that each of ' V 1 V .# . V - V># > V J V 5#
and 5 V @ V 0 is e)ual to 1<.
/hich digit does > represent=
'ns. > is ,
3. "ne of 6r. @orton# his wife# their son# and 6r. @orton7s mother is a doctor and another
is a lawyer.
a) 0f the doctor is younger than the lawyer# then the doctor and the lawyer are not
blood relatives.
b) 0f the doctor is a woman# then the doctor and the lawyer are blood relatives.
c) 0f the lawyer is a man# then the doctor is a man.
/hose occupation you know=
'ns. 6r. @orton? he is the doctor.
4. @ere is a picture of two cubes?


a) The two cubes are e!actly alike.
b) The hidden faces indicated by the dots have the same alphabet on them.
/hich alphabet:)# r# w# or k is on the faces indicated by the dots=
'ns. )
5. 0n the following figure?
' -
1 5 >
. J
>ach of the seven digits from %# 1# $# <# ,# 5# L# 7# 4# and 9 is?
a) 2epresented by a different letter in the figure above.
b) 9ositioned in the figure above so that 'X1X.# 1X5X># and -X>XJ are e)ual.
/hich digit does 5 represent=
'ns. 5 represents the digit $.
6. 6r. and 6rs. 'ye and 6r. and 6rs. 1ee competed in a chess tournament. "f the three
games played?
a) 0n only the first game were the two players married to each other.
b) The men won two games and the women won one game.
c) The 'yes won more games than the 1ees.
d) 'nyone who lost game did not play the subse)uent game.
/ho did not lose a game=
'ns. 6rs. 1ee did not lose a game.
7. Three piles of chips::pile 0 consists one chip# pile 00 consists of chips# and pile 000
consists of three chips::are to be used in game played by 'nita and 1rinda. The game
re)uires?
a) That each player in turn take only one chip or all chips from 8ust one pile.
b) That the player who has to take the last chip loses.
c) That 'nita now have her turn.
Jrom which pile should 'nita draw in order to win=
'ns. 9ile 00
8. "f 'bdul# 1inoy# and .handini?
a) >ach member belongs to the Tee family whose members always tell the truth
or to the >l family whose members always lie.
b) 'bdul says 77>ither 0 belong or 1inoy belongs to a different family from the
other two.B
/hose family name do you know=
'ns. 1inoy7s family::>l.
Se)ti! *
. programs are asked in this section
1. /rite a program to insert a node in a sorted linked list.
2. /rite a program to implement the Jibinocci series.
3. /rite a program to concatenate two circular linked lists into a single circular list.
4. ' function evenYoddYdifference()passes the array of elements. /rite a program to
calculate the difference of the two sums of which one sum adds the elements of odd ones
and another adds the elements of even ones.
5. /rite a program to reverse a linked list.
Se)ti! C
Zuestions on .VV are asked here
1. 1ase class has some virtual method and derived class has a method with the same
name. 0f we initiali3e the base class pointer with derived ob8ect( calling of that virtual
method will result in which method being called=
a. 1ase method "6 De%i+e! metho!6
c. >rror d. Gone of these
'lmost all )uestions are of this kind. 5o through virtual functions concepts in .VV and
how the pointers to functions would be handled.
A+TEC TEC'NO#O(Y
The written test consists of 4 se)ti!s ut , -.i). !e ./s t 0 3 se)ti!s.These
sections are broadly divided into?'ptitude#.#.VV and *ava.
0GT>2A0>/
The information on the interview is from the horse7s mouth# but it consists mainly of
technical grilling. ' lot of stress is laid on -ata tructures# . and .VV.
ome the )uestions that could be asked in the technical interview are?
/hat is friend function=
/hat are virtual functions=
/hat does static variable mean=
/hat is public#protected#private=
/hat is a scope resolution operator=
/rite a program to concatenate two strings.
/rite a program to compare two strings without using the stringcomp function
*AA* INFOTEC'
The 9aper is of two parts ? A1titu0e /!0 Te).!i)/2 .
The A1titu0e 1/1e3 is based on the 52> pattern and consists of analogies# reading
comprehension# passages etc. There is more than one paper pattern and the other patterns
may have )uestions on series and logical reasoning.
The Te).!i)/2 1/1e3 is same for all patterns .The important sub8ects are .#
computer architecture # operating systems# microprocessors # etc.
%/1e3 %/tte3! 1 from 2..'garwal
9lease check out the following )uestions from the book
ection 1 :: 'nalogy 1c(1:$%)Tpg 15:17U
ection $ :: -irections sense test 7bT1:1%U
ection < :: ;ogic deduction 17bT<%:5%U
ection , :: 6athematical modeling 15aT1:$%U
%/1e3 %/tte3! 2
Z1.
Jor a motorist there are three ways going from .ity ' to .ity .. 1y way of bridge the
distance is $% miles and toll is M%.75. ' tunnel between the two cities is a distance of 1%
miles and toll is M1.%% for the vehicle and driver and M%.1% for each passenger. ' two:lane
highway without toll goes east for <% miles to city 1 and then $% miles in a northwest
direction to .ity ..
1. /hich is the shortest route from 1 to .
(a) -irectly on toll free highway to .ity .
(b) The bridge
(c) The Tunnel
(d) The bridge or the tunnel
(e) The bridge only if traffic is heavy on the toll free highway
'ns. (a)
$. The most economical way of going from .ity ' to .ity 1# in terms of toll and distance
is to use the
(a) tunnel
(b) bridge
(c) bridge or tunnel
(d) toll free highway
(e) bridge and highway
'ns. (a)
<. *im usually drives alone from .ity . to .ity ' every working day. @is firm deducts a
percentage of employee pay for lateness. /hich factor would most influence his choice
of the bridge or the tunnel =
(a) /hether his wife goes with him
(b) scenic beauty on the route
(c) Traffic conditions on the road# bridge and tunnel
(d) saving M%.$5 in tolls
(e) price of gasoline consumed in covering additional 1% miles on the bridge
'ns. (a)
,. 0n choosing between the use of the bridge and the tunnel the chief factor(s) would be?
0. Traffic and road conditions
00. Gumber of passengers in the car
000. ;ocation of one7s homes in the center or outskirts of one of the cities
0A. -esire to save M%.$5
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 00 and 000 only
(d) 000 and 0A only
(e) 0 and 00 only
'ns. (a)
Z$.
The letters '# 1# .# -# ># J and 5# not necessarily in that order# stand for seven
consecutive integers from 1 to 1%
- is < less than '
1 is the middle term
J is as much less than 1 as . is greater than -
5 is greater than J
1. The fifth integer is
(a) '
(b) .
(c) -
(d) >
(e) J
'ns. (a)
$. ' is as much greater than J as which integer is less than 5
(a) '
(b) 1
(c) .
(d) -
(e) >
'ns. (a)
<. 0f ' D 7# the sum of > and 5 is
(a) 4
(b) 1%
(c) 1$
(d) 1,
(e) 1L
'ns. (a)
,. ' : J D =
(a) 1
(b) $
(c) <
(d) ,
(e) .annot be determined
'ns. (a)
5. 'n integer T is as much greater than . as . is greater than >. T can be written as ' V
>. /hat is -=
(a) $
(b) <
(c) ,
(d) 5
(e) .annot be determined
'ns. (a)
L. The greatest possible value of . is how much greater than the smallest possible value
of -=
(a) $
(b) <
(c) ,
(d) 5
(e) L
'ns. (a)
Z<.
1. 'll 57s are @7s
$. 'll 57s are *7s or I7s
<. 'll *7s and I7s are 57s
,. 'll ;7s are I7s
5. 'll G7s are 67s
L. Go 67s are 57s
1. 0f no 97s are I7s# which of the following must be true=
(a) 'll 97s are *7s
(b) Go 9 is a 5
(c) Go 9 is an @
(d) 0f any 9 is an @ it is a 5
(e) 0f any 9 is a 5 it is a *
'ns. (a)
$. /hich of the following can be logically deduced from the conditions stated=
(a) Go 67s are @7s
(b) Go 67s that are not G7s are @7s
(c) Go @7s are 67s
(d) ome 67s are @7s
(e) 'll 67s are @7s
'ns. (a)
<. /hich of the following is inconsistent with one or more of the conditions=
(a) 'll @7s are 57s
(b) 'll @7s that are not 57s are 67s
(c) ome @7s are both 67s and 57s
(d) Go 67s are @7s
(e) 'll 67s are @7s
'ns. (a)
,. The statement BGo ;7s are *7sB is
0. ;ogically deducible from the conditions stated
00. .onsistent with but not deducible from the conditions stated
000. -educible from the stated conditions together with the additional statement BGo *7s
are I7sB
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 000 only
(d) 00 and 000 only
(e) Geither 0# 00 nor 000
'ns. (a)
Z5.
0n country C# democratic# conservative and 8ustice parties have fought three civil wars in
twenty years. T" restore stability an agreement is reached to rotate the top offices
9resident# 9rime 6inister and 'rmy .hief among the parties so that each party controls
one and only one office at all times. The three top office holders must each have two
deputies# one from each of the other parties. >ach deputy must choose a staff composed
of e)ually members of his or her chiefs party and member of the third party.
1. /hen *ustice party holds one of the top offices# which of the following cannot be true
(a) ome of the staff members within that office are 8ustice party members
(b) ome of the staff members within that office are democratic party members
(c) Two of the deputies within the other offices are 8ustice party members
(d) Two of the deputies within the other offices are conservative party members
(e) ome of the staff members within the other offices are 8ustice party members.
'ns. (a)
$. /hen the democratic party holds presidency# the staff of the prime minister7s deputies
are composed
0. "ne:fourth of democratic party members
00. "ne:half of 8ustice party members and one:fourth of conservative party members
000. "ne:half of conservative party members and one:fourth of 8ustice party members.
(a) 0 only
(b) 0 and 00 only
(c) 00 or 000 but not both
(d) 0 and 00 or 0 and 000
(e) Gone of these
'ns. (a)
<. /hich of the following is allowable under the rules as stated?
(a) 6ore than half of the staff within a given office belonging to a single party
(b) @alf of the staff within a given office belonging to a single party
(c) 'ny person having a member of the same party as his or her immediate superior
(d) @alf the total number of staff members in all three offices belonging to a single party
(e) @alf the staff members in a given office belonging to parties different from the party
of the top office holder in that office.
'ns. (a)
,. The office of the 'rmy .hief passes from .onservative to *ustice party. /hich of the
following must be fired.
(a) The democratic deputy and all staff members belonging to *ustice party
(b) *ustice party deputy and all his or hers staff members
(c) *ustice party deputy and half of his .onservative staff members in the chief of staff
office
(d) The .onservative deputy and all of his or her staff members belonging to
.onservative party
(e) Go deputies and all staff members belonging to conservative parties.
'ns. (a)
ZL.
0n recommendations to the board of trustees a tuition increase of M5%% per year# the
president of the university said BThere were no student demonstrations over the previous
increases of M<%% last year and M$%% the year beforeB. 0f the president7s statement is
accurate then which of the following can be validly inferred from the information given?
0. 6ost students in previous years felt that the increases were 8ustified because of
increased operating costs.
00. tudent apathy was responsible for the failure of students to protest the previous
tuition increases.
000. tudents are not likely to demonstrate over new tuition increases.
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 0 or 00 but not both
(d) 0# 00 and 000
(e) Gone
'ns. (a)
9art 00 :: 9roblems on ages ( imple ;inear >)uations etc.)
9art 000 :: 1lood 2elations (.heck 2 'ggarwal)
9art 0A :: eries problems
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$#1%#(<%)#L4#1<%#($$$)
9#15#$<#<<#(,5)
5#11#19#$9#(,1)#55
$#1$#<%#5L#9%#(1<$)
1#<#7#(15)<1
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9art A :: 'nalogy
1. fans ? bleachers??
(a) cheerleaders ? pompoms
(b) audience?seats
(c) team?goalposts
(d) conductor?podium
(e) referee?decision
'ns. (a)
$. archipelago?islands??
(a) arbor?bower
(b) garden?flower
(c) mountain?valley
(d) sand?dune
(e) constellation?star
'ns. (a)
<. crow?boastful ??
(a) smirk?witty
(b) conceal?s(y
(c) pout?sulky
(d) blush?coarse
(e) bluster?unhappy
'ns. (a)
,. bracket?shelf ??
(a) hammer?anvil
(b) girder?rivet
(c) strut?rafter
(d) valve?pipe
(e) bucket?well
'ns. (a)
5. ta!onomy?classification ??
(a) etymology?derivation
(b) autonomy?authori3ation
(c) economy?rationali3ation
(d) tautology?8ustification
(e) ecology?urbanisation
'ns. (a)
L. moderator?debate ??
(a) legislator?election
(b) chef?ban)uet
(c) auditor?lecture
(d) conspirator?plot
(e) umpire?game
'ns. (a)
7. glossary?words ??
(a) catalogue?dates
(b) atlas?maps
(c) almanac?synonyms
(d) thesaurus?rhymes
(e) le!icon?numbers
'ns. (a)
4. lumber? bear ??
(a) roost?hen
(b) bray?donkey
(c) waddle?goose
(d) swoop?hawk
(e) chirp?sparrow
'ns. (a)
9. celerity?snail ??
(a) indolence?sloth
(b) cunning?weasel
(c) curiosity?cat
(d) humility?peacock
(e) obstinacy?mule
'ns. (a)
1%. wood?sand ??
(a) coal?burn
(b) brick?lay
(c) oil?polish
(d) metal?burnish
(e) stone?)uarry
'ns. (a)
11. carpenter?saw ??
(a) stenographer?typist
(b) painter?brush
(c) lawyer?brief
(d) runner?sneakers
(e) seamstress?scissors
'ns. (a)
1$. horns?bull ??
(a) mane?lion
(b) wattles?turkey
(c) antlers?stag
(d) hooves?horse
(e) wings?eagle
'ns. (a)
1<. gullible?duped ??
(a) credible?cheated
(b) careful?cautioned
(c) malleable?moulded
(d) myopic?mislead
(e) articulate?silenced
'ns. (a)
1,. marathon?stamina ??
(a) relay?independence
(b) hurdle?perseverance
(c) sprint?celerity
(d) 8ob?weariness
(e) ramble?directness
'ns. (a)
15. kin?man ??
(a) hide?animal
(b) 8ump?start
(c) peel?potato
(d) eat?food
(e) wool?cloth
'ns. (a)
1L. 1amboo?hoot ??
(a) 1ean?prout
(b) 9eas?9od
(c) 9otato?>ye
(d) .arrot?2oot
(e) ;eaf?tem
'ns. (a)
14. -eflect?6issile ??
(a) iege?.astle
(b) -istract?'ttraction
(c) 9rotect?@onour
(d) -rop?.atch
(e) core?5oal
'ns. (a)
19. >ditor?maga3ine ??
(a) captain?ship
(b) actor?movie
(c) director?film
(d) player?team
(e) 8ockey?horse
'ns. (a)
$1. Aolcano ? ;ava ??
(a) Jault?earth)uate
(b) crack?wall
(c) tunnel?dig
(d) water?swim
(e) floor?polish
'ns. (a)
"ther ample 'nalogies?
$$. 'gitator ? Jirebrand ?? 2enegade ? Turncoat
$<. 1urst ? ound ?? Tinder ? Jire
$,. tar ? cluster ?? Tree ? clump
$5. 9iston ? .ylinder ?? elevator ? shaft
$L. 6itigate ? punishment ?? commute ? sentence
$7. >rudite ? scholar ?? illiterate ? ignorant
$4. Jire ? 'shes ?? e!plosion ? debris
$9. mason ? wall ?? 'uthor ? 1ook
<%. Jire ? 'shes ?? >vent ? memories
SECTION II CODIN(
1. 0f ;"'- D 691> and -20A> D >*/J
Then ;'--;>2 D =
'ns. 61>>6J
$. T'2T D /';I' and 1+-90 D C[J62
Then T+90- D =
'ns. /'[62J
Z< : Z7
0f 'D[# 1DF# .DC# .......... [D'
Then
<. ;060T D =
'ns. "2G25
,. "+2 D =
'ns. @;J0
5. 9".I>T D =
'ns. I;C9+5
L. 52"+9 D =
'ns. T0;JI
7. [>2- D =
'ns. 'A0;
Z4 : Z9
@ere each letter is coded as
' D -# 1D># .DJ
4. @""T D =
'ns. AI22/
9. A/-+/ D =
'ns. F[5C[
1%. 0f -16-A++1 D .';.+TT'
Then 1"61'F D =
'ns. 'G;'[C
TEC'NICA# "
1. 1inary e)uivalent of 5$
'ns. 11%1%%
$. @e!adecimal e)uivalent of <,5$
'ns. 7$'
<. >!plain *ust 0n Time .oncept =
'ns. >limination of waste by purchasing manufacturing e!actly when needed
,. ' good way of unit testing sKw program is
'ns. +ser test
5. ' lowest level of security by most 2-16 is
L. ""T uses
'ns. >ncapsulated of detect methods
7.>-0 useful in
'ns. >lectronic Transmission
4. 62900 different from 629
'ns. 6odular version of man redundant initials
9. @ard disk time for 2K/ head to move to correct sector
'ns. ;atency Time
1%. The percentage of times a page number bound in associate register is called
'ns. 1it ratio
11. >!pand 6"->6
'ns. 6odulator and -emodulator
1$. 2-16 file system can be defined as
'ns. 0nterrelated
1<. uper Iey is
'ns. 9rimary key and 'ttribute
1,. /indows 95 supports
(a) 6ultiuser
(b) n tasks
(c) 1oth
(d) Gone
'ns. (a)
15.The difference between printf and fprintf is =
1L. To change permission rEw to owner group to no permission to others
(a) chmod L1,
(b) chmod L%,
(c) chmod L,%
(d) chmod <1%
Ot.e3 i413t/!t t1i)s
9ipeline 'rchitecture
;'91 protocol
CYSCO SYSTE$
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The written test consists of t.3ee se)ti!s based on the $CQ 1/tte3!. >ach
section has 30 )uestions. There is a ).i)e between Se)ti! 2 and Se)ti! 3 and only one
has to be done.
Se)ti! 1 is 5/se0 ! 5/si) 0i6it/2 e2e)t3!i)s.
Se)ti! 2 is s,t-/3e 3ie!te0
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SECTION 1 -- *ASIC DI(ITA# SECTION
1. 0n order to find out stack fault of a three input nand gate how many necessary input
vectors are needed =
2. /hat is parity generation =
3. ' nand gate becomes YYY gate when used with negative logic =
4. /hat is the advantage of cmos over nmos =
5. /hat is the advantage of synchronous circuits over asynchronous circuits =
6. /hat is the function of ';> in 4%45 =
7. ' voice signal sample is stored as one byte. Jre)uency range is 1L @3 to $% @3. /hat
is the memory si3e re)uired to store , minutes voice signal=
8. /hat will the controller do before interrupting .9+=
9. 0n a normali3ed floating point representation# mantissa is represented using $, bits and
e!ponent with 4 bits using signed representation. /hat is range =
10. The stack uses which policy out of the following:: ;0J"# J0J"# 2ound 2obin or none
of these =
11. /here will be the actual address of the subroutine is placed for vectored interrupts=
12. 5ive the e)uivalent 5ray code representation of '.$@.
13./hat is the memory space re)uired if two unsigned 4 bit numbers are multiplied =
14. The vector address of 2T 7.5 in 4%45 processor is YYYYYYY.
Ans6 554C (multiply 7.5 by 4 and convert to he!)
15. ubtract the following he!adecimal numbers::: 4,1L : $'1L
16. 'dd the following 1.- numbers::: 1%%1 and %1%%
17. @ow much time does a serial link of L, Ibps take to transmit a picture with 5,%
pi!els.
18. 5ive the output when the input of a -:flip flop is tied to the output through the C"2
gate.
19. implify the e!pression '1 V '( 1 V . ) V 1 ( 1 V . )
20. -etermine the logic gate to implement the following terms::'1.# 'V1V.
21. 0mplement the G"2 gate as an inverter.
22. /hat is the effect of temperature on the 0cb in a transistor
23. /hat is the bit storage capacity of a 2"6 with a 51$X, organi3ation=
24. /hat is the reason of the refresh operation in dynamic 2'67s =
25. uppose that the - input of a flip flop changes from low to high in the middle of a
clock pulse. -escribe what happens if the flip flop is a positive edge triggered type=
26. @ow many flip flops are re)uired to produce a divide by <$ device =
27. 'n active @05@ input :2 latch has a 1 on the input and a % on the 2 input. /hat
state is the latch in=
28. 0mplement the logic e)uation F D .\1'\ V .1\' V .1' with a multiple!er.
(he%e C< stan!s fo% C com'lement)
29. >)uivalent 5ray code representation of '.$@.
30. /hat does a 9;; consist of =
We advice you to know the design of PLL as questions pertaining to this may be asked
II - S,t-/3e Se)ti!
1. The starting location of an array is 1%%%. 0f the arrayT1..5K...,U is stored in row ma8or
order# what is the location of element T,#<U. >ach word occupies , bytes.
2. 0n a tertiary tree# which has three childs for every node# if the number of internal nodes
are G# then the total number of leaf nodes are
3. >!plain the term Blocality of referenceB =
4. /hat is the language used for 'rtificial 0ntelligence
Ans$ lis'
5. /hat is the character set used in *'A' $.% =
Ans$ Unico!e
6. char a D%!'' (
int b (
b D (int) a (
b D b PP , (
printf(B&!B#b)(
/hat is the output of the above program segment =
7. struct s1 Q struct Q struct Q int !( R s$ R s< Ry( @ow does one access ! in the above
given structure definition =
8. /hy there is no recursion in Jortran =
Ans6 The%e is no !#namic allocation6
9. /hat is the worst case comple!ity of Zuick sort=
Ans6 O2n
*
3
10. /hat will be se)uence of operating system activities when an interrupt occurs =
11. 0n a se)uential search# what is the average number of comparisons it takes to search
through n elements =
Ans$ 2n=)3>*6
12. /hat is the si3e of the array declared as double X CT5U =
Ans6 : ? si@eof 2 !ou"le ? 3
13. ' binary search tree with node information as 1#$#<#,#5#L#7#4 is given. /rite the result
obtained on preorder traversal of the binary search tree =
Ans $ :4)*78/9
14. 0f si3e of the physical memory is $
<$
:1# then what is the si3e of the virtual memory =
15. :P '%1 ':P 11W% 1:P ''W1
@ow many strings of length 5 are possible with the above productions=
16. (<X,%9LV15X$5LV<X1LV<). @ow many 17s are there in the binary representation of
the result =
Ans6 )5
17. 0n memory mapped 0K" how is 0K" is accessed =
18. /hat is the use of ';> in 4%45 =
Ans6 To latch the loe% "#te of the a!!%ess6
19. 0f the logical memory of 4 C 1%$, is mapped into <$ frames# then the number of bits
for the logical address areYYYY =
Ans6 )4
20. .onte!t free grammar is useful for which purpose =
21. 0n ternary number representation# numbers are represented as %#1#:1.(@ere :1 is
represented as 1 bar.) @ow is <5$K9 represented in ternary number representation=
22. There are processes which take ,#1#4#1 machine cycles respectively. 0f these are
e!ecuted in round robin fashion with a time )uantum of 1# what is the time it take for
process , to complete =
Ans6 1
23. The minimum fre)uency of operation is specified for every processor because......
a) for interfacing slow peripherals
b) dynamic memory refreshing.
c) to make compatible with other processor.
24. Jor linked list implementation # which search is not applicable =
Ans$ Aina%# sea%ch6
25. >ach character is represented by 7 bits# 1 bit is used to represent error bit and another
bit for parity. 0f total number of bits transmitted is 1$%% bits# then what is the number of
symbols that can be transmitted =
Ans$ )44
26. >!plain set associatively of cache =
27. /rite the postfi! form of the following e!pression ? 'VTT(1V.)V(-V>)XJUK5U
28. /hat is the function of the linker=
29. void f(int y)
Q
struct s Xptr(
ptr D malloc (si3eof (struct)V99Xsi3eof(int))(
R
struct s
Q
int i(
float p(
R(
when free (ptr) is e!ecuted# what will happen=
30. To concatenate two linked lists strings# the order is "(1) is obtained for what kind of
list
C$C #I$ITED
The test has around 4% Zuestions which are of 6.Z type.There maybe negative
marking.
The written test consists of the following sections?
A!/2;ti)/2 <e/s!i!6 Se)ti! -- 30 Questi!s
D/t/ Su,,i)ie!); Se)ti! -- 30 Questi!s
A3it.e4/ti) Se)ti! -- 20 Questi!s
ANA#YTICA# <EASONIN( SECTION
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5t. /! e7e!-!u45e3e0 ste1s
iii. A 1e3s! E )/! 5e ! / ste1 !e=t t t.e 7/)/!t ste1.
>/? i !2;
>5? ii !2;
>)? iii !2;
>0? 5t. i /!0 iii
A!s" >)?

Directions for questions -!: T.e 8uesti!s /3e 5/se0 ! t.e i!,34/ti! 6i7e!
5e2-
Si= s-i44e3s A9 *9 C9 D9 E9 F )41ete i! / 3/)e. T.e ut)4e is /s ,22-s.
i. * 0es !t -i!.
ii. O!2; t- s-i44e3s se1/3/te E B D
iii. A is 5e.i!0 D B E
i7. * is /.e/0 , E 9 -it. !e s-i44e3 i!te37e!i!6
7. F is / .e/0 , D
6. @. st0 ,i,t. i! t.e 3/)e A
>/? A
>5? *
>)? C
>0? D
>e? E
A!s" >e?
7. '- 4/!; s-i44e3s se1e3/te A /!0 F A
>/? 1
>5? 2
>)? 3
>0? 4
>e? )/!!t 5e 0ete34i!e0
A!s" >0?
8. T.e s-i44e3 5et-ee! C B E is
>/? !!e
>5? F
>)? D
>0? *
>e? A
A!s" >/?
9. I, t.e e!0 , t.e 3/)e9 s-i44e3 D is 0is8u/2i,ie0 5; t.e Cu06es t.e! s-i44e3 *
,i!is.es i! -.i). 12/)e
>/? 1
>5? 2
>)? 3
>0? 4
>e? 5
A!s" >5?
Directions for questions 1"-1#: T.e 8uesti!s /3e 5/se0 ! t.e i!,34/ti! 6i7e!
5e2-
Fi7e .uses 2ette3e0 A9*9C9D9 B E /3e 5ui2t i! / 3- !e=t t e/). t.e3. T.e .uses
/3e 2i!e0 u1 i! t.e 30e3 A9*9C9D9 B E. E/). , t.e ,i7e .uses ./s / )23e0
).i4!e;. T.e 3, /!0 ).i4!e; , e/). .use4ust 5e 1/i!te0 /s ,22-s.
i. T.e 3, 4ust 5e 1/i!te0 eit.e3 63ee!93e0 93 ;e22-.
ii. T.e ).i4!e; 4ust 5e 1/i!te0 eit.e3 -.ite9 52/):9 3 3e0.
iii. N .use 4/; ./7e t.e s/4e )23 ).i4!e; /s t.e )23 , 3,.
i7. N .use 4/; use /!; , t.e s/4e )23s t./t t.e e7e3; !e=t .use uses.
7. 'use E ./s / 63ee! 3,.
7i. 'use * ./s / 3e0 3, /!0 / 52/): ).i4!e;
10. @.i). , t.e ,22-i!6 is t3ue A
>/? At 2e/st t- .uses ./7e 52/): ).i4!e;.
>5? At 2e/st t- .uses ./7e 3e0 3,s.
>)? At 2e/st t- .uses ./7e -.ite ).i4!e;s
>0? At 2e/st t- .uses ./7e 63ee! 3,s
>e? At 2e/st t- .uses ./7e ;e22- 3,s
A!s" >)?
11. @.i). 4ust 5e ,/2se A
>/? 'use A ./s / ;e22- 3,
>5? 'use A B C ./7e 0i,,e3e!t )23 ).i4!e;
>)? 'use D ./s / 52/): ).i4!e;
>0? 'use E ./s / -.ite ).i4!e;
>e? 'use *BD ./7e t.e s/4e )23 3,.
A!s" >5?
12. I, .use C ./s / ;e22- 3,. @.i). 4ust 5e t3ue.
>/? 'use E ./s / -.ite ).i4!e;
>5? 'use E ./s / 52/): ).i4!e;
>)? 'use E ./s / 3e0 ).i4!e;
>0? 'use D ./s / 3e0 ).i4!e;
>e? 'use C ./s / 52/): ).i4!e;
A!s" >/?
13. @.i). 1ssi52e )45i!/ti!s , 3, B ).i4!e; )/! .use
I. A 3e0 3, 7 / 52/): ).i4!e;
II. A ;e22- 3, B / 3e0 ).i4!e;
III. A ;e22- 3, B / 52/): ).i4!e;
>/? I !2;
>5? II !2;
>)? III !2;
>0? I B II !2;
>e? IBIIBIII
A!s" >e?
14. @./t is t.e 4/=i4u4 tt/2 !u45e3 , 63ee! 3,s ,3 .uses
>/? 1
>5? 2
>)? 3
>0? 4
>e? 5
$%&': &he questions from 15-() are mu*tip*e choice in the paper
15. T.e3e /3e 5 3e0 s.es9 4 63ee! s.es. I, !e 03/- 3/!042; / s.e -./t is t.e
135/5i2it; , 6etti!6 / 3e0 s.e
A!s 5)1D 9)1
16. @./t is t.e se22i!6 13i)e , / )/3A I, t.e )st , t.e )/3 is <s.60 /!0 / 13,it ,
10E 7e3 se22i!6 13i)e is e/3!e0
A!s" <s 66D-
17. 1D3 , 6i32s 9 1D2 , 5;s 6 t )/!tee! .@./t ,/)t3 /!0 tt/2 !u45e3 ,
)2/ss4/tes 6 t )/!tee!.
A!s" C/!!t 5e 0ete34i!e0.
18. T.e 13i)e , / 130u)t is 3e0u)e0 5; 30E . *; -./t 1e3)e!t/6e s.u20 it 5e
i!)3e/se0 t 4/:e it 100E
A!s" 42.857E
19. T.e3e is / s8u/3e , si0e 6)4 . A )i3)2e is i!s)3i5e0 i!si0e t.e s8u/3e. Fi!0 t.e
3/ti , t.e /3e/ , )i3)2e t s8u/3e.
A!s. 11D14
20. T.e3e /3e t- )/!02es , e8u/2 2e!6t.s /!0 , 0i,,e3e!t t.i):!ess. T.e t.i):e3
!e 2/sts , si= .u3s. T.e t.i!!e3 2 .u3s 2ess t./! t.e t.i):e3 !e. </4es. 2i6.ts
t.e t- )/!02es /t t.e s/4e ti4e. @.e! .e -e!t t 5e0 .e s/- t.e t.i):e3 !e is
t-i)e t.e 2e!6t. , t.e t.i!!e3 !e. '- 2!6 /6 0i0 </4es. 2i6.t t.e t- )/!02es .
A!s" 3 .u3s.
21. I, $DN F 6D59t.e! 3$G2N F A
22. I, 1D8 F 5D4 9 t.e! 21G8F A
23. I, %Q<ST is / 1/3/22e263/4 -./t it t.e 3/ti , t3i/!62e %QS B 1/3/22e263/4
%Q<ST .
A!s" 1"2
24. T.e )st , /! ite4 is <s 12.60. I, t.e 13,it is 10E 7e3 se22i!6 13i)e -./t is t.e
se22i!6 13i)e A
A!s" <s 13.86D-
25. T.e3e /3e 6 3e0 s.es B 4 63ee! s.es . I, t- , 3e0 s.es /3e 03/-! -./t is t.e
135/5i2it; , 6etti!6 3e0 s.es
A!s" 6)2D10)2
26. T 15 2ts , -/te3 )!t/i!i!6 20E /2).29 -e /00 5 2ts , 1u3e -/te3. @./t is E
/2).2.
A!s " 15E
27. A -3:e3 is 1/i0 <s.20D- ,3 / ,u22 0/;s -3:. 'e -3:s 191D392D391D8.3D4 0/;s i! /
-ee:. @./t is t.e tt/2 /4u!t 1/i0 ,3 t./t -3:e3 A
A!s " 57.50
28. I, t.e 7/2ue , = 2ies 5et-ee! 0 B 1 -.i). , t.e ,22-i!6 is t.e 2/36estA
>/? =
>5? =
2
>)? -=
>0? 1D=
A!s " >0?

DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION
Directions : F3 8uesti!s i! t.is se)ti! 4/3:
>/? I, )!0iti! >i? /2!e is su,,i)ie!t
>5? I, )!0iti! >ii? /2!e is su,,i)ie!t
>)? I, 5t. )!0iti!s t6et.e3 /3e su,,i)ie!t
>0? I, )!0iti! >i? /2!e B >ii? /2!e /3e su,,i)ie!t
>e? i!,34/ti! !t su,,i)ie!t
1. A 4/! 6 ,eet t/22 is st/!0i!6 !e/3 / 2i6.t ! t.e t1 , / 12e @./t is t.e 2e!6t. ,
t.e s./0- )/st 5; t.e 4/!.
>i? T.e 12e is 18 ,eet .i6.
>ii? T.e 4/! is 12 ,eet ,34 t.e 12e
A!s" >)?
2. T- 1i1es A /!0 * e41tie0 i!t / 3ese37i3 9 1i1e A )/! ,i22 t.e 3ese37i3 i! 30
4i!utes 5; itse2,. '- 2!6 it -i22 t/:e ,3 1i1e A /!0 1i1e * t6et.e3 t ,i22 u1 t.e
3ese37i3.
>i? *; itse2,9 1i1e * )/! ,i22 u1 t.e 3ese37i3 i! 20 4i!utes
>ii? %i1e * ./s / 2/36e3 )3ss-se)ti!/2 /3e/ t./! 1i1e A
A!s" >/?
3. H is /! i!te6e3. Is H is 0i7isi52e 5; 12
>i? H is 0i7isi52e 5; 4
>ii? H is 0i7isi52e 5; 3
A!s" >)?
4. @./t is t.e 0ist/!)e ,34 A t *
>i? A is 15 4i2es ,34 C
>2? C is 25 4i2es ,34 *
A!s" >e?
5. @/s $e2iss/ *3-!Is !7e2 1u52is.e0A
>i?. I, $e2iss/ *3-!Is !7e2 -/s 1u52is.e0 s.e -u20 3e)ei7e /t2e/st J1000 i!
3;/2ities 0u3i!6 1978
>ii?. $e2iss/ *3-!Is i!)4e ,3 1978 -/s 7e3 J1000
A!s" >e?
6. Des e7e3; 5i30 ,2;A
>i? Ti6e3s 0 !t ,2;.
>ii? Ost3i).es 0 !t ,2;
A!s" >5?
7. '- 4u). 0es C.! -ei6.A Ci4 -ei6.s 200 1u!0s.
>i? T4s -ei6.t 12us $es -ei6.t e8u/2 t C.!Is -ei6.t.
>ii? C.!Is -ei6.t 12us $eIs -ei6.t e8u/2 t T-i)e T4Is -ei6.t.
A!s" >)?
8. Is t.e ,i6u3e A*CD is / 3e)t/!62e i,
>i? /!62e A*CF90>0e63ees?
>ii? A*FCD
9. Fi!0 =G2;
>i?. =G;F10
>ii?. 2=G4;F20
A!s" >5?
10. Is /!62e *AC is / 3i6.t /!62e
>i? A*F2*C
>2? *CF1.5AC
A!s" >e?
11. Is = 63e/te3 t./! ;
>i? =F2:
>ii? :F2;
A!s" >e?
12. A 1ie)e , st3i!6 6 ,eet 2!6 is )ut i!t t.3ee s4/22e3 1ie)es. '- 2!6 is t.e
2!6est , t.e t.3ee 1ie)esA
>i?. T- 1ie)es /3e t.e s/4e 2e!6t..
>ii? O!e 1ie)e is 3 ,eet 2 i!).es 2!e
A!s" >5?
13. '- 4/!; 322s , -/22 1/1e3 /3e !e)ess/3; t )7e3 t.e -/22s , / 34 -.se
,23 /!0 )ei2i!6 /3e 3e)t/!62es 12 ,eet -i0e /!0 15 ,eet 2!6
>i? A 322 , 1/1e3 )7e3s 20 s8 ,eet
>ii? T.e3e /3e ! -i!0-s i! t.e -/22s
A!s" >e?
14. = /!0 ; /3e i!te6e3s t./t /3e 5t. 2ess t./! 10. Is =K;A
>i?. = is / 4u2ti12e , 3
>ii?. ; is / 4u2ti12e , 2
A!s" >e?
15. Fi,t; stu0e!ts ./7e si6!e0 u1 ,3 /t2e/st !e , t.e )u3ses (E<$AN B
EN(#IS'9 .- 4/!; , t.e 50 stu0e!ts /3e t/:i!6 (E<$ANI 5ut !t EN(#IS'A
>i?. 16 stu0e!ts /3e t/:i!6 (E<$ANI B EN(#IS'
>ii?. T.e !u45e3 , stu0e!ts t/:i!6 EN(#IS' 5ut !t (E<$ANI is t.e s/4e /s
t.e !u45e3 , stu0e!ts t/:i!6 (E<$AN
A!s" >)?
16. Is A*CD is / s8u/3e A
' 1
C
.
-
>i? AD F A*
>ii?. =F90>0e63es?
A!s" >e?
17. '- 4u). )/30 5/30 -i22 it t/:e t 4/:e / 3e)t/!6u2/3 5= -it. / 2i0 -.se
5/se ./s 2e!6t. 7 i!).es.
>i?. T.e -i0t. , t.e 5= 5 i!).es
>ii?. T.e .ei6.t , t.e 5= -i22 5e 4 i!).es
A!s" >)?
.
18. Di0 A*C )41/!; 4/0e 13,it i! 1980A
>i? A*C )41/!; 4/0e / 13,it i! 1979.
>ii? A*C )41/!; 4/0e / 13,it i! 1981.
A!s" >e?
19. '- 4u). is C/!es s/2/3;A
>i?. C/!es s/2/3; is 70E , C.!Is s/2/3;
>ii?. C.!s s/2/3; is 50E , $/3;Is s/2/3;
A!s" >e?
20. Is =K1
>i? =G;F2
>ii? ;L0
A!s" >)?
21. '- 4/!; , t.e !u45e3s9 = /!0 ; /3e 1siti7eA *t. = /!0 ; /3e 2ess t./! 20.
>i? = is 2ess t./! 5
>ii? =G; F24
A!s" >5?
22. Is t.e /!62e AC* is 3i6.t /!62e
>1? ACFC*
>2?. >AC?
2
GC*
2
FA*
2

A!s" >5?
23. '- ,/3 it ,34 t-! A t t-! *A T-! C is 12 4i2es e/st , t-! A
>i?. T-! C is sut. , t-! *
>ii?. It is 9 4i2es ,34 t-! * t t-! C
A!s" >)?
24. A 3e)t/!6u2/3 ,ie20 is 40 ;/30s 2!6. Fi!0 t.e /3e/ , t.e ,ie20.
>i?. A ,e!)e /3u!0 t.e 5u!0/3; , t.e ,ie20 is 140 ;/30s 2!6
>ii?. T.e ,ie20 is 43e t./! 20 ;/30s -i0t.
A!s" >/?
25. A! i!0ust3i/2 12/!t 130u)es 5tt2es. I! 1961 t.e !u45e3 , 5tt2es 130u)e0 5;
t.e 12/!t -/s t-i)e t.e !u45e3 , 130u)e0 i! 1960. '- 4/!; 5tt2es -e3e
130u)e0 /2t6et.e3 i! t.e ;e/3 19609 619B62
>i?. I! 1962 t.e !u45e3 , 5tt2es 130u)e0 -/s 3 ti4es t.e !u45e3 , 130u)e0 i!
1980
>ii?. I! 1963 t.e !u45e3 , 5tt2es 130u)e0 -/s !e ./2, t.e tt/2 130u)e0 i! t.e
;e/3s 19609196191962.
A!s" >e?
26. Is =; K 1 A I, = B ; /3e 5t. 1siti7e
>i? = is 2ess t./! 1
>ii? ; is 63e/te3 t./! 1
A!s" >e?
27. Is it / <.45us
>i? A22 ,u3 si0es /3e e8u/2
>ii? Tt/2 i!te3!/2 /!62e is 360
A!s" >e?
28. '- 4/!; 5:s /3e i! t.e 5: s.e2,
>i? T.e 5: s.e2, is 12 ,eet 2!6
>ii?. T.e /7e3/6e -ei6.t , e/). 5: is 1.2 1u!0
A!s" >e?
29. @./t is t.e /3e/ , t.e )i3)2eA
>i? </0ius 3 is 6i7e!
>ii? %e3i4ete3 is 3 ti4es t.e /3e/
A!s" >/?
A<IT'$ETIC SECTION
1. I, t.e tt/2 0ist/!)e , / Mu3!e; is 120 :4 .I, !e 6es 5; 60 :41. /!0 )4es
5/): /t 40:41. -./t is t.e /7e3/6e s1ee0 0u3i!6 t.e Mu3!e;A
A!s" 48:41.
2. A s).2 ./s 30E stu0e!ts ,34 $/./3/s.t3/ .Out , t.ese 20E /3e *45e;
stu0e!ts. Fi!0 t.e tt/2 1e3)e!t/6e , *45/;A
A!s" 6E
3. A! e8ui2/te3/2 t3i/!62e , si0es 3 i!). e/). is 6i7e!. '- 4/!; e8ui2/te3/2
t3i/!62es , si0e 1 i!). )/! 5e ,34e0 ,34 itA
A!s" 9
4. I, AD* F 3D59t.e! 15A F A
A!s " 9*
5. E/). si0e , / 3e)t/!62e is i!)3e/se0 5; 100E .*; -./t 1e3)e!t/6e 0es t.e /3e/
i!)3e/seA
A!s " 300E
6. %e3i4ete3 , t.e 5/): -.ee2 F 9 ,eet9 ,3!t -.ee2 F 7 ,eet ! / )e3t/i! 0ist/!)e9 t.e
,3!t -.ee2 6ets 10 3e72uti!s 43e t./! t.e 5/): -.ee2 .@./t is t.e 0ist/!)eA
A!s " 315 ,eet.
7. %e3i4ete3 , ,3!t -.ee2 F309 5/): -.ee2 F 20. I, ,3!t -.ee2 3e727es 240 ti4es.
'- 4/!; 3e72uti!s -i22 t.e 5/): -.ee2 t/:eA
A!s" 360 ti4es
8. 20E , / 6 2it3e s2uti! /!0 60E , 4 2it3e s2uti! /3e 4i=e0. @./t 1e3)e!t/6e
, t.e 4i=tu3e , s2uti!
A!s" 36E
9. Cit; AIs 11u2/ti! is 680009 0e)3e/si!6 /t / 3/te , 80 1e12e 1e3 ;e/3. Cit; *
./7i!6 11u2/ti! 42000 is i!)3e/si!6 /t / 3/te , 120 1e12e 1e3 ;e/3. I! .- 4/!;
;e/3s 5t. t.e )ities -i22 ./7e s/4e 11u2/ti!A
A!s" 130 ;e/3s
10. T- )/3s /3e 15 :4s /1/3t. O!e is tu3!i!6 /t / s1ee0 , 50:41. /!0 t.e t.e3 /t
40:41. . '- 4u). ti4e -i22 it t/:e ,3 t.e t- )/3s t 4eetA
A!s" 3D2 .u3s
11. A 1e3s! -/!ts t 5u; 3 1/ise /!0 5 1/ise st/41s )sti!6 e=/)t2; !e 3u1ee. I, .e
5u;s -.i). , t.e ,22-i!6 !u45e3 , st/41s .e -!It /52e t 5u; 3 1/ise st/41s.
A!s" 9
12. T.e3e /3e 12 5;s /!0 15 6i32s9 '- 4/!; 0i,,e3e!t 0/!)i!6 63u1s )/! 5e
,34e0 -it. 2 5;s /!0 3 6i32s.
13. @.i). , t.e ,22-i!6 ,3/)ti!s is 2ess t./! 1D3
>/? 22D62
>5? 15D46
>)? 2D3
>0? 1
A!s" >5?
14. T.e3e /3e t- )i3)2es9 !e )i3)2e is i!s)3i5e0 /!0 /!t.e3 )i3)2e is )i3)u4s)3i5e0
7e3 / s8u/3e. @./t is t.e 3/ti , /3e/ , i!!e3 t ute3 )i3)2eA
A!s" 1 " 2
Directions for questions 15-1): T.e 8uesti!s /3e 5/se0 ! t.e i!,34/ti! 6i7e!
5e2-
$iss De/! -/!ts t 3e!!7/te .e3 .use. S.e .i3es / 12u45e39 / )/31e!te39 /
1/i!te39 /! e2e)t3i)i/! /!0 /! i!te3i3 0e)3/t3. T.e -3: t 5e ,i!is.e0 i! !e
-3:i!6 >$!0/; - F3i0/; ?.
E/). -3:e3 -i22 t/:e t.e ,u22 0/; t 0 .is M5. $iss De/! 1e34its !2; !e 1e3s!
t -3: e/). 0/;.
I. T.e 1/i!te3 )/! -3: !2; /,te3 t.e 12u45e3 /!0 t.e )/31e!te3 ./7e ,i!is.e0 t.ei3
M5s
II. T.e i!te3i3 0e)3/t3 4ust 0 .is M5 5e,3e t.e e2e)t3i)i/!.
III. T.e )/31e!te3 )/!!t -3: ! $!0/; 3 Tues0/;
15. I, t.e 1/i!te3 -3: ! T.u3s0/;9 -.i). !e , t.e ,22-i!6 /2te3!/ti7es is
1ssi52eA
>/? T.e e2e)t3i)i/! -3:s ! Tues0/;.
>5?. T.e e2e)t3i)i/! -3:s ! F3i0/;.
>)? T.e i!te3i3 0e)3/t3 -3:s /,te3 t.e 1/i!te3 0es.
>0?. T.e 1/i!te3 -3:s ! )!se)uti7e 0/;s.
>e?. $iss De/! )/!!t ,it /22 , t.e -3:e3s i!t s).e0u2e
A!s" >5?
16. I, t.e 1/i!te3 -3:s ! F3i0/; -.i). , t.e ,22-i!6 4ust 5e ,/2seA
>/? . T.e )/31e!te3 4/; -3:s ! @e0!es0/;
>5?. T.e )/31e!te3 /!0 t.e e2e)t3i)i/! 4/; -3: ! )!se)uti7e 0/;s
>)?. I, t.e )/31e!te3 -3:s ! T.u3s0/;9 t.e e2e)t3i)i/! ./s t -3: ! @e0!es0/;
>0?. T.e 12u45e3 4/; -3: 5e,3e t.e e2e)t3i)i/! 0es
>e?. T.e e2e)t3i)i/! 4/; -3: ! Tues0/;
A!s" >)?
17. @.i). /36u4e!t is 1ssi52eA
>/?. T.e e2e)t3i)i/! -i22 -3:s ! Tues0/; /!0 t.e i!te3i3 0e)3/t3 ! F3i0/;
>5?. T.e 1/i!te3 -i22 -3: ! -e0!es0/; /!0 12u45e3 ! t.u3s0/;
>)?. T.e )/31e!te3 -i22 -3:s ! Tues0/; /!0 t.e 1/i!te3 ! F3i0/;
>0?. T'e 1/i!te3 -i22 -3: ! $!0/; /!0 t.e )/31e!te3 ! T.u3s0/;
>e?. T.e )/31e!te3 -i22 -3: ! @e0!es0/; /!0 t.e 12u45e3 ! T.u3s0/;
A!s" >e?
CTS SYSTE$
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The written tests are based on critical reasoning type )uestions. /ord :based
problems# verbal ability# pattern recognition and pattern matching# series type#
arithematic:based (including functions and permutations) are usually asked.
/e are giving some sample tests with )uestions based on the pattern mentioned above to
give you a general idea.
SECTION-1"
Jind the ne!t in the se)uence?
1. 1. .> >5 5I =
a)IG
b)I+
c)I6
d)Gone
$. '' '1 1. .>=
a)>5
b)>@
c)>0
d)Gone
<. '1 >J *I Z2 =
a)F[
b)['
c)'1
d)Gone
,.'.- >5; 0IT 6"1=
a)ZT
b)Z[
c)ZF
d)Gone
5.'. .5 5" ">=
a)>*
b)>0
c)>;
d)Gone
L.'> 1@ .6 -+=
a)>@
b)>[
c) >1
d)Gone
7. '- -9 9; ;A
a)A
b)AI
c)A0
d)Gone
4. > Z+ >G T0=
a).G
b)16
c)'0 or '[
d)Gone
SECTION-II"
Bin! the +alues fo% the folloin, '%o"lem$
f(C)D $C:1 V f(C:1) if C is not e)ual to 3eroandiff(CD%)D%
9. Aalue of f(5)
a)15
b)$,
c)$$
d)Gone
1%. Aalue of f(f($))
11. Aalue of f(1L): f(15)
1$. Aalue of f(1L)Vf(15):,4%
1<. 0f f(f(C))D41 then the value of CD=
1,. 0f f(C)D,f(C:1) then the value of CD=
15.0f f(C)D f(C:1)Vf(C:$) for CP1 then CD =
1L. 0f f(C):f(C:1)Df(C:4) for CP5 then CD

SECTION -III"
In the folloin, questions a Co%!C is ,i+en hich ma# not ha+e an# meanin,6Bin!
!iffe%net 'ossi"le o%!s o% 'alin!%omes fo% the o%! as 'e% the question6
Bo% the folloin, fin! no of !istinct o%!s that can "e fo%me!6
17. TF5@@TT
a).,$%
b)15,%
c)4,%
d)Gone
14. TF5@@TF
19. TF5@@TT
$%. TF5@@TT
$1. TF5@'-
$$. TF5@@TF
Bin! the num"e% of 'ossi"le 'alin!%omes fo% folloin,
$<. TF5@@TF
$,. TF@@@TF@.
SECTION-IN"
*: to 4* a%e "ase! on the fi,u%es6 Dou ha+e to anal#se them an! fin! the o!! one out6
Bi+e fi,u%es ill "e ,i+en out of hich one is not co%%ect.
2efer 2. 'garwal7s book on 'nalytical 2easoning E T6@s Zuantitative ability book by
>dgar Thorpe.
SECTION -N?
Bo% folloin, fi%st fin! out the ana,%am an! then note the co%%es'on!in, meanin,6
<<.T'1;>T
@int? anagram means first u arrange the letters in correct order like
T'1;>TDDD1'TT;> . o ans is J05@T
<,.2+55>-
<5.5"2>.
<L.T'0.
Jor all above choices are.
a)resentment
b)fight
c)help
d)monster
<7. >GJ";-
<4. ;'61
<9. 2>.>->.
,%. 9;>'>.
Jor all the above , choices are same
a)cuddle
b)sleeping
c)proclamination
d)ointment.
T.is is !2; / s/412e 1/1e3. @e /3e !t 137i0i!6 ;u -it. /22 t.e 8uesti!s - Must
s4e 8uesti!s t 6i7e ;u / 6e!e3/2 i0e/ , t.e test 1/tte3!.
SECTION I - + questions based on series,
1. T.ese 8uesti!s i!727e i!te3)./!6e , 2ette3s i! / -30 /t 1/3ti)u2/3 2)/ti!s
/!0 /2s i!te3)./!6i!6 2ette3s /0M/)e!t t t.se 1/3ti)u2/3 2)/ti!s.Ce3t/i! t.e3
)!0iti!s 4/; /2s 5e 6i7e!
F3 e6.
#et t.e -30 5e A**AA*A
I, -e /112; 25 ! t.is9 it 4e/!s -e ./7e t i!te3)./!6e t.e 2ette3s /t 1siti!s 2 /!0
59 /2s -e ./7e t )./!6e t.e 2ette3s /0M/)e!t t 1siti!s 2 /!0 5 i.e.,34 A t * /!0
* t A.
A * * A A * /,te3 Ste1 1 i.e i!te3)./!6e , 2 /!0 5 5e)4es AA*A**
N- )./!6e /0M/)e!t e2e4e!ts , 2 /!0 5...,i!/22; /!s-e3 5e)4es
A!s" * A A * * A
-uestions 1-5 are based on the pattern with changed numbers as described above
-uestions -+ are of the fo**owing type
T 6et AAA**D ,34 ***AAA -./t !u45e3 s.u20 5e /112ie0"-
/? 25
5? 34
)? 25 B 34
0? !!e
SECTION II
1. (i7e! t.e ,22-i!6 ,u!)ti!s
>1? ,>! / 5 ) ? F /) i, !F1
>2? ,>! / 5 )? F ,> !-1 / ) 5? G ,> 1 / 5 )? G ,> !-1 5 / ) ? i, ! K 1

T.e! -./t is t.e 7/2ue ,> 2 / 5 ) ? F A
A!s" ,> 2 / ) 5 ? F /5 G /) G 5).
2. Si4i2/3 8uesti! ! ,u!)ti!s.
3. . /ased on the function in the first question0 F3 t.e ,u!)ti! ,> 4 / 5 ) ? t.e
!u45e3 , te34s is...A
1int ,> 4 / 5 ) ? F ,> 3 / ) 5 ? G ,> 1 / 5 ) ? G ,> 3 5 / ) ? et).
4. @./t is t.e 7/2ue , t.e ,u!)ti! ,> 5 / 5 ) ? F A
SECTION III
%e34ut/ti!s /!0 C45i!/ti!s.
8 Questi!s.
1. 3 F !u45e3 , ,2/6sO! F !u45e3 , 12esO
A!; !u45e3 , ,2/6s )/! 5e /))440/te0 ! /!; si!62e 12e.
1?3F59!F5 T.e !. , -/;s t.e ,2/6s )/! 5e /33/!6e0 A
Questi!s 2-5 /3e 5/se0 ! t.e /57e 1/tte3!
6. 3 F 5 ! F 3 . I, ,i3st 12e ./s 2 ,2/6s9 t.i30 12e ./s 1 ,2/6
'- 4/!; -/;s )/! t.e 3e4/i!i!6 5e /33/!6e0A
Questi!s 7.B 8. /3e si4i2/3 t Questi! 6.
SECTION IN
-uestion consisting of figures - Pattern-matching type,
<e,e3 <.S A6/3-/2Is 5: ! A!/2;ti)/2 <e/s!i!6 B T$'s Qu/!tit/ti7e /5i2it;
5: 5; E06/3 T.31e.
SECTION N
I! t.is se)ti! ,i3st 1/3t , )41u!0 -30 is 6i7e!. Se2e)t 4e/!i!6 , t.e se)!0
1/3t ,34 t.e ).i)e 6i7e!"
1. S-/!
2. S-/!s
3. F2
4. F2s
5. St/3e
6. #/0;
F3 /22 /57e 4 ).i)es /3e 6i7e!.....
E6. S-/! ---K S-/!s!6 >)41u!0 -30?
/? )/te63; 5? 4usi) )? te2e7isi! 0? !!e
A!s" S-/!s!6 is )41u!0 -30. *ut s!6 is !t 6i7e! /s /! 1ti!. s >5? 4usi) is
t.e /!s-e3.
A!/26ies
1. slur ? speech ? ? smudge ?=
'ns. writing
$. epaulet ? shoulder ? ? ring ?=
'ns.finger
<. vernacular ? place ? ? fingerprint ? =
'ns.identical

O11sites
Z. corpulent
'ns? emaciated
Z. officious
'ns? pragmate
Z. de!trous
'ns? clumsy
The following sentences are broken into , sections: '# 1# .# -
.hoose the part which has a mistake
6ark (>) if you find no mistake.
Z.')psychologists point out that 1)there are human processes .)which does not involve
-) the use of words
'ns. (.) which does not involve (do)
Z.')8ack ordered for 1)two plates of chicken .)and a glass -)of water
'ns. (')8ack ordered for
The folloin, is a ,%ou' of questions is "ase! on a 'assa,e o% a set of con!itions fo%
each question6
Select the "est anse% choice ,i+en6
(i). 0f it is fobidden by law if the ob8ect of agreement is the doing of an act#
that is forbidden by law the agreement is void.
(ii). 0f it is of the nature that#it would defeat the provision of any law
is the agreement is void.if the ob8ect of agreement is such that thing got
directly forbidden by law it would defeat the provision of statuary law.
(iii). 0f the ob8ect of agreement is fraddulent it is void.
(iv). 'n ob8ect of agreement is void if it involves or implies to the personnal property of
another.
(v). 'n ob8ect of agreement is void where the constant regards as ignored.
(vi). 'n ob8ect of agreement is void where the constant regards is as opposed to public
policy.
Z. 'n algorithm follws a si! step process 3a#3b#3c#3d#3e#3f# it is governed by the
following
(i) 3d should follow 3e
(ii) the first may be 3a#3d or 3f
(iii) 3b and 3c have to be performed after 3d
(iv) 3c must be immediately after 3b
Z. 0f 3a is the first set 3d must be
a) <rd
b) 5th
c) $nd
d) ,th

Z. 0f 3b must follow 3a then 3a can be
a) third or fourth
b) first or second
c) can not be third
d) fouth or fifth
e) none
Z. 0f 3e is third term the number of different operations possible are
The folloin, questions a%e "ase! on the ,i+en statements
2avi plants si! seperate saplings :: !#y#3#w#u#v in rows no 1 to L #according to the
follwing conditions
@e must plant ! before y and u
@e must plant y and w
The third has to be 3
Z. /hich of the following is acceptable
a) !uyw3v
b) !v3yuw
c) 3uy!wv
d) 3v!uwy
e) wy3uv!
Z. /hich of the following is true
a) 3 before v
b) 3 before !
c) w before u
d) y before u
e) ! before w
Z. 0f he plants v first# then which can be planted second
a) !
b) y
c) 3
d) w
e) u
Z. /hich of the following describes a correct combination of sapling and row=
a) !#<
b) y#L
c) 3#1
d) w#$
e) u#L
Z. 0f he plants b Lth which would be planted first and second
a) ! and w
b) ! and y
c)y and !
d)w and 3
e) w and u
Z. 0f he plants w before u and after v he should plant w at
a) first
b) second
c) fourth
d) fifth
e) si!th
Z. 't a certain moment a watch shows $ min lag although it is running fast.
0f it showed a < min lag at that moment# but also gains by 1K$ min more a day than its
current speed
it would show the true time one day sooner than it usually does.
@ow many mins does the watch gain per day.
a).$
b).5
c).L
d).,
e).75
Z. 0n ,%%m race ' gives 1 a start of 7 sec and beats him by $, sec.
0n another race ' beats 1 by 1% sec.the speeds are in the ratio
a)4?7
b)7?L
c)1%?4
d)L?4
e)1$?1%
Z. <!V,yD1%
!
<
V y
<
DL
/hat is the minimum value of <!V11yD=
Z. There are L%% tennis players
,& wear wrist band on one wrist
"f the remaining# $5& wear wrist bands on both hands
@ow many players don7t wear a wrist band=
'ns. ,<$
Z. Three types of tea the a#b#c costs 2s. 95Kkg#1%%Kkg and7%Kkg respectively.
@ow many kgs of each should be blended to produce 1%% kg of mi!ture worth
2s.9%Kkg#
given that the )untities of band c are e)ual
a)7%#15#15
b)5%#$5#$5
c)L%#$%#$%
d),%#<%#<%
'ns. (b)
Z. Two distinct no7s are taken from 1#$#<#,......$4
Jind the probability that their sum is less than 1<
DE S'A@ AND CO.
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The paper is technical based : with a 4/M3 e41./sis ! C. 't the moment
we are providing you with a few )uestions so that you have an idea of the paper and
know what to e!pect.
SECTION-A
/rite the programs for the following problems in ..
1. wap two variables !#y without using a temporary variable.
$. /rite algorithm for finding the 5.- of a number.
<./rite a program for reversing the given string.
,. The integers from 1 to n are stored in an array in a random
fashion. but one integer is missing. /rite a program to find the
missing integer.
'ns). @int ? The sum of n natural numbers is D n(nV1)K$.
if we subtract the above sum from the sum of all the
numbers in the array # the result is nothing but the
missing number.
5. ome bit type of )uestions has been given on pointers asking to
to find whether it is correct from synta! point of view. and if
it is correct e!plain what it will do.(around 15 bits).

SECTION-*
L. Jor the following . program
Ndefine 'G- EE
Ndefine '22'G5> (aP$5 'G- aO5%)
main()
Qint a D <%(
if ('22'G5>)
printf(Bwithin rangeB)(
else
printf(Bout of rangeB)(
R
/hat is the output=
7. Jor the following . program
Ndefine '2>'(!)(<.1,X!X!)
main()
Qfloatr1DL.$5#r$D$.5#a(
aD'2>'(r1)(
printf(BHn 'rea of the circle is &fB# a)(
aD'2>'(r$)(
printf(BHn 'rea of the circle is &fB# a)(
R
/hat is the output=
'ns. 'rea of the circle is 1$$.L5L$5%
'rea of the circle is 19.L$5%%%
4. /hat do the following statements indicate. >!plain.
int(Xp)T1%U
intXf()
int(Xpf)()
intXpT1%U
2efer to?
:: Iernighan E 2itchie page no. 1$$
:: chaum series page no. <$<
9. /rite a . program to find whether a stack is progressing in forward
or reverse direction.
1%. /rite a . program that reverses the linked list.
DEUTSC'E SD@ INDIA %NT #TD
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The written test is purely an aptitude test.0t is a one hour test with 5% )uestions.The
test checks your basic mathematics and logical ability.
1. /hat is the percentage represented by %.%< X %.%5 =
(a)%.%%15
(b)%.%%%%15
(c)%.15
(d)15
'ns.1
$. (!:a)(!:b)(!:c)....(!:3) D =
(a) 1
(b) :1
(c) %
(d) .an7t be determined
'ns. .
<. 0f a D 1# b D $# c D <.......3 D $L what is the value of pV)Vr =
(a)<<
(b)51
(c)5$
(d),4
'ns. 1
,. ' is 4 miles east of 1.
. is 1% miles north of 1.
- is 1< miles east of . and > is $ miles north of -.
Jind shortest distance between ' and >.
(a) 5 miles
(b) Lmiles
(c) 1< miles
(d) 14 miles
'ns. .
5. 0f 3 D 1# y D $.......a D $L. Jind the value of 3 V y V ! V .......Va.
(a) <51
(b) $$1
(c) ,%%
(d) $%%
'ns. '
L. There are <% socks in a bag.
"ut of these L% & are green and the rest are blue.
/hat is the ma!imum number of times that socks have to be taken out so that atleast 1
blue pair is found.
(a) $1
(b) $
(c)14
(d) $%
'ns. -
7. @ow many two digit numbers have their s)uare ending with 4.
(a) 1<
(b) 1$
(c) %
(d) 11
'ns. .

4. @ow many numbers are there between 1%% and <%% with $ in the end and $ in the
beginning.
(a) 1%
(b) 9
(c) 11
(d) none of these
'ns. '
9. %.%%%%%L X %.%%%%%%7 D =
(a) %.%%%%%%%%,$
(b) %.%%%%%%%%%%,$
(c) %.%%%%%%%%%%%,$
(d) %.%%%%%%%%%%%%,$
'ns. 1
1%. Fou have 2s 1%%% with 4& p.a compounded every L months.
/hat is the total interest you get after 1 year.
(a) 2s.11L.,%
(b) 2s.<,5.L%
(c) 2s.$$,.5%
(d) 2s.1L%
'ns. '
11. 0f ! V y D1$#
! : y D $
Jind ! V $y.
(a) 1$
(b) 17
(c) 1,
(d) none of these
'ns. 1
1$. /ith one gallon of petrol a person moves at a speed of 5% mph and covers 1L miles.
<K,th of the distance is covered while moving at L% mph.
@ow many gallons does he need to cover 1$% miles in L% mph.
1<. ' tap drains at ! speed while tap 1 is closed.
/hen both taps are open they drain at y speed.
/hat is the speed of draining when only tap 1 is open
(a) ! : y
(b) y:!
(c) !
(d) can7t be determined
'ns. 1
1,. /hat is twenty percent of $5 & of $%.
(a) $
(b)1
(c) 5
(d) ,
'ns. 1
15. ' rectangle has the dimensions Lft X ,ft.
@ow many s)uares of %.5 inches will it need to completely fill it.
(a) <$%%%
(b) 1$4$,
(c) 1<4$,
(d) 14<$,
'ns. .

Di%ections fo% questions )/0*)$ 0n each )uestion#a series of letters satisfying a certain
pattern are given. 0dentify the pattern and then find the letterKletters that will come in
place of the blankKblanks.
1L. a# c# e# g# Y
(a) h
(b) i
(c) d
(d) 8
'ns. 1
17. a# e# i# m# )# u# Y# Y
(a) y# c
(b) b# f
(c) g# i
(d) none
'ns. '
14. ay # b3 # cw # d! #YY
(a) gu
(b) ev
(c) fv
(d) eu
'ns. -
19. 1# $# <# 5# 7# 11# YY
(a) 15
(b) 9
(c) 1<
(d) 1$
'ns. 1< # series of prime numbers
$%. kp # lo # mn # YY
(a) nm
(b) np
(c) op
(d) p)
'ns. '
$1. abc # 3y! # def # wvu # YYY
(a) ghi
(b) tsr
(c) ihg
(d) str
'ns. '
$$. @ow is my mother7s sister7s brother7s wife7s child related to me=
(a) brother
(b) uncle
(c) cousin
(d) nephew
'ns. '
$<./hat will my mother7s husband7s father:in:law7s son7s daughter to me=
(a) niece
(b) aunt
(c) sister
(d) none of these
'ns. -
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The format of the dharma paper is like this?
There will be two sets of papers# one the technical which is full of c and the
other is aptitude which has very simple )uestions ( about L% of them) but what matters is
the speed at which one does the paper. The aptitude paper is fairly simple and is pretty
straightforward so we aren7t putting it up here. /e would suggest that you view
the aptitude papers of other companies put on this site to get an idea about it. The
technical paper is slightly different as it covers . in depth. This is the paper that we
have kept as the sample test given below..
2ive the output of the programs in each case un*ess mentioned otherwise
1.
void main()
Q
int dD5(
printf(B&fB#d)(
R
'ns? +ndefined
$.
void main()
Q
int i(
for(iD1(iO,#iVV)
switch(i)
case 1? printf(B&dB#i)(break(
Q
case $?printf(B&dB#i)(break(
case <?printf(B&dB#i)(break(
R
switch(i) case ,?printf(B&dB#i)(
R
'ns? 1#$#<#,
<.
void main()
Q
char XsDBH1$<,5sHnB(
printf(B&dB#si3eof(s))(
R
'ns? L
,.
void main()
Q
unsigned iD1( KX unsigned char kD :1 DP kD$55( XK
signed 8D:1( KX char kD :1 DP kDL55<5 XK
KX unsigned or signed int kD :1 DPkDL55<5 XK
if(iO8)
printf(BlessB)(
else
if(iP8)
printf(BgreaterB)(
else
if(iDD8)
printf(Be)ualB)(
R
'ns? less
5.
void main()
Q
float 8(
8D1%%%X1%%%(
printf(B&fB#8)(
R
1. 1%%%%%%
$. "verflow
<. >rror
,. Gone
'ns? ,
L. @ow do you declare an array of G pointers to functions returning
pointers to functions returning pointers to characters=
'ns? The first part of this )uestion can be answered in at least
three ways?
1. char X(X(XaTGU)())()(
$. 1uild the declaration up incrementally# using typedefs?
typedef char Xpc( KX pointer to char XK
typedef pc fpc()( KX function returning pointer to char XK
typedef fpc Xpfpc( KX pointer to above XK
typedef pfpc fpfpc()( KX function returning... XK
typedef fpfpc Xpfpfpc( KX pointer to... XK
pfpfpc aTGU( KX array of... XK
<. +se the cdecl program# which turns >nglish into . and vice
versa?
cdeclP declare a as array of pointer to function returning
pointer to function returning pointer to char
char X(X(XaTU)())()
cdecl can also e!plain complicated declarations# help with
casts# and indicate which set of parentheses the arguments
go in (for complicated function definitions# like the one
above).
'ny good book on . should e!plain how to read these complicated
. declarations Binside outB to understand them (Bdeclaration
mimics useB).
The pointer:to:function declarations in the e!amples above have
not included parameter type information. /hen the parameters
have complicated types# declarations can XreallyX get messy.
(6odern versions of cdecl can help here# too.)
7. ' structure pointer is defined of the type time . /ith < fields min#sec hours having
pointers to intergers.
/rite the way to initiali3e the $nd element to 1%.
4. 0n the above )uestion an array of pointers is declared.
/rite the statement to initiali3e the <rd element of the $ element to 1%(
9.
int f()
void main()
Q
f(1)(
f(1#$)(
f(1#$#<)(
R
f(int i#int 8#int k)
Q
printf(B&d &d &dB#i#8#k)(
R
/hat are the number of synta! errors in the above=
'ns? Gone.
1%.
void main()
Q
int iD7(
printf(B&dB#iVVXiVV)(
R
'ns? 5L
11.
Ndefine one %
Nifdef one
printf(Bone is defined B)(
Nifndef one
printf(Bone is not defined B)(
'ns? Bone is definedB
1$.
void main()
Q
intcountD1%#Xtemp#sumD%(
tempDEcount(
XtempD$%(
tempDEsum(
XtempDcount(
printf(B&d &d &d B#count#Xtemp#sum)(
R
'ns? $% $% $%
1<. There was )uestion in c working only on uni! machine with pattern matching.
1,. what is alloca()
'ns ? 0t allocates and frees memory after useKafter getting out of scope
15.
main()
Q
static iD<(
printf(B&dB#i::)(
return iP% = main()?%(
R
'ns? <$1
1L.
char Xfoo()
Q
char resultT1%%U)(
strcpy(result#Banything is goodB)(
return(result)(
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void main()
Q
char X8(
8Dfoo()
printf(B&sB#8)(
R
'ns? anything is good.
17.
void main()
Q
char XsTUDQ BdharmaB#Bhewlett:packardB#BsiemensB#BibmBR(
char XXp(
pDs(
printf(B&sB#VVXp)(
printf(B&sB#XpVV)(
printf(B&sB#VVXp)(
R
'ns? BharmaB (p:Padd(dharma) EE (Xp):Pharma)
BharmaB (after printing# p:Padd(hewlett:packard) EE(Xp):Pharma)
Bewlett:packardB
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engineering related sub8ects.The paper is multiple choice with negative marking. 0t
consists of some $5 )uestions to be done in 1 hour.The )uestions are based on sub8ects
such as -ata tructures # Getworking# -igital .ircuits and ;ogic -esign # .#
"perating ystems# 'utomata Theory# 1asic .ommunications# .ompiler -esign.
. ::P '1W'
' ::P aWa'
1 ::P b
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'ns. aaXb
$. @ow many address lines are needed to address a L,Ib segment with each register
storing upto 51$ bytes.
'ns. 1, address lines
<. Jind the e!pression representing the following I:map
1 1 1

1 1
1 1 1

,. Jor the 9" form of the e!pression given below
Y Y Y
C.F.[ V C.F.[ V C.( F V [ )
5. 0n a computer system the 2"6 ?
(a) contains boot software
(b) is permanent
(c) 1oth of the above
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
L. The binary e)uivalent of <17J is
'ns. %%11 1%11 %111 1111
7. The register used by the shift reduce passing method is
'ns. tack
4. ' microprogram can be defines as to consist of
'ns. ' primitive operation
9. Jind the output for the following . program
int arrayT,UT,U D Q1#$#<#,#5#L#7#4#9#1%#11#1$#1<#1,#15#1LR(
for (iD$(iO%(i::)
for(8D$(8OD%(8::)
printf(B&dB# arrTiUT8U)(
1%. Jind the output for the following . program
NincludeOstdio.hP
void main()
Qint i#!#sumD%(
int arrTLUDT1#$#<#,#5#LU
for (iD%(iO,(iVV)
sumV D func(arrTiU)(
printf(B&dB# sum)(
R
func(int !)
Q int val#!(
val D $(
return(!V valVV)(
R
11. 5iven the following data?
9rocess 91 takes $ seconds
9rocess 9$ takes < seconds
9rocess 9< takes , seconds
9rocess 9, takes 1 second
9rocess 95 takes L seconds
Jind the average time in case of shortest 8ob first (*J) scheduling.
1$. 5iven a string T".I and a stack of si3e ,.
/hich of the following strings cannot be generated using this stack.
(a) T".I
(b) T"I.
(c) T".I
(d) TI".
(e) Gone of these
1<. 0nversion of a matri! will take which of the following time comple!ities=
(a) "(n)
(b) "(n])
(c) "(log n)
(d) "(n^)
(e) Gone of these
1,. ' drum rotates at ,%%% rpm. /hat is its average access time.
15. /hat range of integral values can be stored using <$ bits=
1L. /here are the following variables stored
'utomatic
5lobal
tatic
17. 0f a layer , transfers data at the rate of <%%% bytesKsec.
/hat will be the si3e of data block transferred by ;ayer $
14. /hat is the greatest disadvantage of dynamic 2'6 over static 2'6
'ns. @igh 9ower and need to refresh every $ ms.
19. /hat happens when the .9+ gets interrupted=
$%. Jind the 9ostfi! of the following string
(a V b) X ((:d) Xf (ab : cd))
$1. > ::P > V >W > X > W >K> W > : >W .... then which is correct
(a) 0t is ambigous
(b) 0t is inherently ambigous
(c) 0t is non inherently ambigous
(d) Gone of the above
$$. 0f there are n nodes and I edges in a graph then what is the order of traversing
'ns. "(n])
$<. ' graph is represented as an ad8acency list with n vertices and e edges
/hat is its time comple!ity
'ns. "(n V e)
$,. 'n array with address IATaU had n elements. /hich of the following correctly
addresses the ith element of the array.
(a) IA(a) : $a V $i
(b) IA(a) V$i
(c) IA(a) : $a
(d) Gone of these
$5. 5ive an e!ample of a primitive instruction in microprocessors.
$L. ' computer has 4 bit data bus and 1L bit address line.
@ow many machine cycles will it take to store the contents to a memory location=
$7. /here is a variable defined in a function stores=
'ns. 9rocess wappable 'rea
$4. Jor the following . progralm
int dD%(
for(int iD%(iO<1(iVV)
for(int 8D%(8O<1(8VV)
for(int kD%(kO<1(kVV)
if (((iV8Vk) & <)DD%)
dDdV1(
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$9. eDOeVeP W OeXeP W O(e)P W OidP
/hat forms do the e!pressions created by the above definition fit in
'ns. 'll arithematic e!pressions
<%. 0f a set of numbers are in sorted order then which of the following sorting method is
best
'ns. 1ubble ort
<1. ' magnetic tape is similar to which of the following structures
'ns. ;ist
<$. The sKn id < d1 Jind the capacity of the line.
(EO$ET<IC SO#UTION
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Se)ti! 1 is /! /1titu0e se)ti! /!0 )!sists , $CQIs
Se)ti! 2 is 5/si) )41ute3 /-/3e!ess /!0 /2s ./s $CQIs
Se)ti! 3 is / C Test -.i). is / su5Me)ti7e test
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Di%ections fo% questions )04$ Com'lete the sequence ,i+en "elo
1. 5# 5# 1<# 1<# $1# $1# YY
'ns? $9
$. %# 7# $L# L<# 1$,# YY
'ns? $15 ( hint$ n
<
:1 )
<. 1# <# 5# 7# YY
'ns? 9
,. 0f a person walks at ,K5th of his usual speed he reaches ,%min late. 0f he walks at his
usual speed for how much time does he travel =
5. Two trains 'E1 start at opposite points 1$%km apart at L%kmph. ' fly starting along
with train ' at 1$%kmph reaches 1 then returns back to touch ' and continues the two
and fro movement. 1y the time two trains meet how much distance would the fly have
travelled=
L. 0n a class 4%& have passed in english# 7%& passed @indi# 1%& didn7t pass either. 0f 1,,
students passed both the sub8ects. /hat is the total strength of the class=
7. Jind the least number which when divided by 7 gives the reminder L# when divided by
L gives reminder 5# when divided by 5 gives reminder , and so on =
4. 0f a man stands in front of sun what is the first letter of the direction which is left to
him =
9. (a)' s)uare is to circle as cube is to
(b)uccess is to failure as 8oy is to
1%. (a)5ive the synonyms of the following words
(i) *oy
(ii) 0nert
(iii) *olly
(b) 5ive the opposites of the following words
(i) genuine
(ii) command
(iii) essential
11.Jind the odd man out in the following sets
(i) Tiger# >lephant# Iing .obra# -olphin
(ii) "asis# ;ake# 9ool# Aalcano
(iii) 1engali# Iarnataka# 6umbai# Iashmir
(iv) ;apidary# ;ancet# capel# urgeon
(v) 2e)uiem# -irge# >legy# 9aean
1$. 0 bought a cycle $days before my birthday and 0 broke it < days after my birthday.
The day 0 broke it is 6ar$#195L=
Di%ections$ The following )uestions are to be answered on the basis of the above given
statement
i) /hen is my birthday=
Hint$ Eee' in min! that )1:/ as a lea' #ea%6
(ii) /hat is my age on 6ar ,th# 194%=
(iii) 6y nephew is born e!actly $%years after me. 0f 0 turned $% in 19L%# what is the
nephews age on Jeb $4th 1944 =
1<. 6onday 'ug$5# 9L ?
@ostess? B6r '# you forgot your umbrella during the party on last friday. 0 e!pected you
to collect it on your visit on wednesday as 0 plan to leave on this Jriday.B
Di%ections$ The following )uestions are to be answered on the basis of the above given
statement
(i) when ' missed umbrella=
(ii)/hen ' is supposed to collect it=
(iii)/hen I leaves=
1,./hat is my father7s sons son to my son=
'ns. .ousin brother
15. "n cutting a solid parabola what would be generated
'ns? .one
1L. /hat is >ulers formula=
'ns? JVA:> D$( where
J DP faces( A DP vertices( > DP number of edges
17. /hat is Gewton 2aphson method used for=
'ns? To find the root of f(!) D %(
14. @ow many tangents can be drawn on three circles if they don7t lie within each other =
19. !y : ! V $y D L e)uation is shifted to form e)uation !yDc what is c =
$%./hen ! is real what is the least value of (!
$
:L!V5)K(!
$
V$!V1)
$1./hen an ob8ect like cube or sphere is seen along !# y# 3 a!is we get the same.'part
from these suggest another ob8ect which has similar characteristics as that mentioned
above=
'ns? Triangular prism
$$. /hen an ob8ect is seen from the front side we can see two concentric s)uares and top
view also without any hidden lines. -raw the side view.
$<. 0n common parlance# 'DP 1 means what
'ns? if ' is true 1 has to be true
$<. 0f ' is not invertible and 1' D 0 is not possible# what is implied by this=
'ns? -eterminant is [ero.
$,. /hat is a free body diagram used for
$5. ' die is thrown twice what is the probability that you get same number
$L. The sum of two numbers is 55. /hat is the larger number=
>.T0"G $:T>.@G0.'; >.T0"G
1. .onvert $51 in base 1% to octal(base 4)=
$. @ow much information can be stored in 1 byte of a 016 pc compatible=
<./hat is the language used for 'rtificial 0ntelligence
'ns? lisp
,. wap two variables without using temporary variable
'ns? aD aVb( bD a:b( aD a:b?
5./hich is not the operating system =
'ns? 10"
L. /hat is the optimum number of operations for $!
<
V <!
$
V 5! V 5=
7. 0n the fortran language which of the following is true.
(i) fortran uses call by value
(ii) fortran is ob8ect oriented
(iii) fortran allows use of function overloading
'ns. (i)
4. /hen a program is compiled what does it produce=
'ns? ource code is converted to ob8ect code
9. /hat is the difference between function overloading and function overriding=
1%. /hat is the character set used in *'A' $.% =
'ns? +nicode

>.T0"G < : . T>T
1. /hat is the mistake in the following program segment =
f()
Q
int a(
void c(
f$(Ec#Ea)(R
$. aD%(
bD(aD%)=$?<(
a) /hat will be the value of b and why =
b) 0f in first statement aD % is replaced by aD :1# b D =
c) 0f in second statement aD% is replaced by a D :1# bD=
<. char XaT$U(
int const Xp(
int Xconst p(
struct new Q int a(int b( XvarT5U (struct new)R
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,. f()
Q
int aD$(
f1(aVV)(
R
f1(int c)
Q
printf(B&dB# c)(
R
/hat is the value of c =
5. f1()
Q
f(<)(
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f(int t)
Q
switch(t)(
Q
case $? cD<(
case <? cD,(
case ,? cD5(
case 5? cDL(
default? cD%(
R
/hat is the value of c=
L. /hat is the fallacy in the following program segment =
int Xf1()
Q
int aD5(
return Ea(
R
f()
int XbDf1()
int cDXb(
R
7. 5ive the . language e)uivalents of the following
a)Junction returning an int pointer
b)Junction pointer returning an int pointer
c)Junction pointer returning an array of integers
d)'rray of function pointer returning an array of integers
4. Jind the fallacy in the following program segment=
int a(
short b(
bDa(
9. -efine function = >!plain arguments in functions =
1%. @ow does . pass variables to a function =
11. >!plain the following program segment.
f()Q
int Xb(
XbD$(
R
1$. >!plain binary trees and their use =
1<. -raw the diagram showing the function stack# illustrating the variables that were
pushed on the stack at the point when function f$ has been introduced .
type def struct
Q double !#double yR point( R
main( int argc# char XargT<U)
Q double a(
int b#c(
f1(a#b)( R
f1(double !# int y)
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stack int n(
f$(p#!#y)
R
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R
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The written test is purely technical and mostly covers mainly computer
engineering related sub8ects. The paper is multiple choice with negative marking. 0t
consists of some $5 )uestions to be done in 1 hour.The )uestions are based on sub8ects
such as -ata tructures# Getworking# -igital .ircuits and ;ogic -esign# .# "perating
ystems# 'utomata Theory# 1asic .ommunications# .ompiler -esign.
Se)ti! A
1. /hich of the following involves conte!t switch#
(a) system call
(b) priviliged instruction
(c) floating poitnt e!ception
(d) all the above
(e) none of the above
'ns? (a)
$. 0n "T# terminal emulation is done in
(a) sessions layer
(b) application layer
(c) presentation layer
(d) transport layer
'ns? (b)
<. Jor a $56@3 processor # what is the time taken by the instruction which needs < clock
cycles#
(a)1$% nano secs
(b)1$% micro secs
(c)75 nano secs
(d)75 micro secs
,. Jor 1 61 memory# the number of address lines re)uired#
(a)11
(b)1L
(c)$$
(d) $,
'ns. (b)
5. emaphore is used for
(a) synchroni3ation
(b) dead:lock avoidence
(c) bo!
(d) none
'ns. (a)
L. /hich holds true for the following statement
class c? public '# public 1
a) $ member in class '# 1 should not have same name
b) $ member in class '# . should not have same name
c) both
d) none
'ns. (a)
7. Zuestion related to 8ava
4. ";> is used in
a) inter connection in uni!
b) interconnection in /0G-"/
c) interconnection in /0G-"/ GT
9. .onvert a given @>C number to ".T';
1%. 6acros and function are related in what aspect=
(a)recursion
(b)varying no of arguments
(c)hypochecking
(d)type declaration
11.9reproconia.. does not do which one of the following
(a) macro
(b) conditional compliclation
(c) in type checking
(d) including load file
'ns. (c)
1$. 9iggy backing is a techni)ue for
a) Jlow control
b) e)uence
c) 'cknowledgement
d) retransmition
'ns. (c)
1<. 0n signed magnitude notation what is the minimum value that can be represented with
4 bits
(a) :1$4
(b) :$55
(c) :1$7
(d) %
1,. There is an employer table with key fields as employer number data
in every n7th row are needed for a simple following )ueries will get re)uired results.
(a) select ' employee number from employee ' # where e!ists from employee 1 where '
employee no. PD 1
employee having (count(X) mod n)D%
(b) select employee number from employe '# employe 1 where ' employe numberPD1
employ number
group by employee number having(count(X) mod nD% )
(c) both (a) E (b)
(d) none of the above
15. Type duplicates of a row in a table customer with non uniform key field customer
number you can see
a) delete from costomer where customer number e!ists( select distinct customer number
from customer having count )
b) delete customer a where customer number in b rowid
c) delete customer a where custermor number in( select customer number from customer
a# customer b )
d) none of the above

Se)ti! *
1. 5iven the following statement
enum day D Q 8an D 1 #febD,# april# mayR
/hat is the value of may=
(a) ,
(b) 5
(c) L
(d) 11
(e) Gone of the above
$. Jind the output for the following . program
main
Qint !#8#k(
8DkDL(!D$(
!D8Xk(
printf(B&dB# !)(
<. Jind the output for the following . program
fn f(!)
Q if(!OD%)
return(
else f(!:1)V!(
R
,. Jind the output for the following . program
iD$%#kD%(
for(8D1(8Oi(8D1V,X(iK8))
QkVD8O1%=,?<(
R
printf(B&dB# k)(
'ns. kD,
5. Jind the output for the following . program
int i D1%
main()
Qint i D$%#n(
for(nD%(nODi()
Qint iD1%(
iVV(
R
printf(B&dB# i)(
'ns. iD$%
L. Jind the output for the following . program
int !D5(
yD !Ey

7.Jind the output for the following . program
FD1%(
if( FVVP9 EE FVVSD1% EE FVVP1%)
Qprintf(B&dB# F)(
else
printf(B&dB# F)(
R
'ns. 1<
4. Jind the output for the following . program
fD(!Py)=!?y
a) f points to ma! of ! and y
b) f points to min of ! and y
c)error
'ns. (a)
9. /hat is the si3eof(long int)
(a) , bytes
(b) $ bytes
(c) compiler dependent
(d) 4 bytes

1%. /hich of the function operator cannot be over loaded
(a) OD
(b) =?
(c) DD
(d) X
11. Jind the output for the following . program
main()
Qint!D$#yDL#3DL(
!DyDD3(
printf(&dB#!)
R

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T2+.T G>/( ('G >;>6>GT /0;; 1> 50A>G)
R
->;>T>(T2+.T G"->)
QG"->:92>A:G>CT G"->:G>CT(
G"->:G>CT:92>A G"->:92>A(
0J(G"->DD@>'-)
G"->
R
Z. 0n what case the prev was
(a) 'll cases
(b) 0t does not work for the last element
(c) 0t does not for the first element
(d) Gone of these

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A"0- J+G.T0"G(0GT II)
QIIVD$%(
R
A"0- J+G.T0"G (0GT I)
0GT 66#GDE6
IG D I
IGV:D1%(
R
Z. /hat is the output of the following program
main()
Q int varD$5#varp(
varpDEvar(
varp p D 1%(
fnc(varp)
printf(B&d&d#var#varp)(
R
(a) $%#55
(b) <5#<5
(c) $5#$5
(d)55#55

Se)ti! D
1. aD$# bD<# cDL
Jind the value of )D>/G5?->/G5?D)
$. /hat does the he!anumber >74 in radi! 7.
(a) 1$,55
(b) 1,15<
(c) 1,$5L
(d) 1<5,1
(e) 1<111$
'ns. (d)
<. 1% ? , seconds ?? = ? L minutes
'ns. 9%%
,. Z is not e)ual to 3ero and k D (Z ! n : s)K$./hat is n=
(a) ($ ! k V s)KZ
(b) ($ ! s ! k)KZ
(c) ($ ! k : s)KZ
(d) ($ ! k V s ! Z)KZ
(e) (k V s)KZ
5. Jrom the following statements determing the order of ranking
6 has double the amount as -
F has < rupess more than half the amount of -
'ns. -ata insuffiecient
Zuestions L : 1% are to be answered on the following data
' causes 1 or .# but not both
J occurs only if 1 occurs
- occurs if 1 or . occurs
> occurs only if . occurs
* occurs only if > or J occurs
- causes 5#@ or both
@ occurs if > occurs
5 occurs if J occurs
L. 0f ' occurs which of the following must occurs
0. J and 5
00. > and @
000. -
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 000 only
(d) 0#00# E 000
(e) 0 E 00 (or) 00 E 000 but not both
'ns. (e)
7. 0f 1 occurs which must occur
(a) -
(b) - and 5
(c) 5 and @
(d) J and 5
(e) *
'ns. (a)
4. 0f * occurs which must have occured
(a) >
(b) either 1 or .
(c) both > E J
(d) 1
(e) both 1 E .
'ns. (b)
9. /hich may occurs as a result of cause not mentioned
0. -
00. '
000. J
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 0 E 00
(d) 00 E 000
(e) 0#00 E 000
'ns. (c)
1%. > occurs which one cannot occurs
(a) '
(b) J
(c) -
(d) .
(e) *
'ns. (b)
'U('ES SD@
't the moment we have 8ust one paper of @ughes oftware. The paper is
te).!i)/2 based with a )uestion or two of probabilty thrown in.ub8ects stressed are
"perating ystems# -ata tructures#. 9rogramming#.ommunications etc./e have given
a rough idea on the kind of paper that you can e!pect. /e are not providing you with the
inputs of the interview for this company : but we hope to add it very shortly.
1. Jind the probability of getting a number with 7 between 1%% and 999 (both inclusive).
$. There are 1% items in a bo!# out of which < are defective.
$ balls are taken one after the other.
/hat is the probability that both of them are defective=
<. .onte!t free grammar is accepted by
a) finite automata
b) push down automata
c) two way bounded automata
d) both b and c
,. /hich is not a memory management scheme=
a) buddy system
b) swapping
c) monitors
d) paging
'ns ? c
5. implify the Iarnaugh map given below and derive its e!pression in "9 form
: 1 1 :
1 : : 1
1 : : 1
: 1 1 :
L. Zuestion on G'G- gates implementation.
7. -efinition of .onte!t ensitive 5rammar
4. 'n identifier can start with a letter followed by any number of letter or digits .
9. /ith the following configuration?
461 total memory# $5Lkb cache # ,kb is block si3e.
+sing direct mapping# how many different physical memory blocks can be mapped on
to the cache.
(a) L, (b) $5L (c) 1$4
1%. .6'K.- is used in
a) token ring
b) J--0
c) ethernet
11. 0n T.9K09 header# checksum contains
a) sum of all the words
b) ones complement of the data
c) ones complement of the sum of all the words
d) ones complement of the sum in ones complement
1$. /hat is the ma!imum number of acknowledgements for a , bit se)uence number in a
sliding window protocol.
1<. /hich is a good way of representing varaibles in recursion
a) local variables
b) static varaibles
c) global variables
1,. 5iven the following c program
func()
Q
static int i D 1%(
printf(B&dB#i)(
iVV(
R
/hat is the value of i if the function is called twice =
15. 5iven the following c program
func(int Xi# intX8)
QXiDXi X Xi(
X8DX8X X8(
R
main()
Q int i D 5# 8 D $(
func(Ei#E8)(
printf(B&d &dB# i# 8)(R
/hat is the output=
1L. 5iven page table# page si3e and offset find the corresponding physical address =
17. 0n a memory chip ,k si3e and 1Lbit words are to be stored.
Go of address and data lines re)uired is?
14. 0dentify in which pass of the $ pass compiler are the following compiled
1) literals
$) address resolution
<) listing
19. "b8ect code does not re)uire
a) relocation bits
b) e!ternal names and place where they are located
c) absolute adress
d) all the ob8ect codes
$%. '29 is in reference to
a) 6'. to 09
b) 09 to 6'.
$1. Zuestion on 1alanced tree :
' balanced tree is given and a node is addded at the leaf.
Jind the no of unbalanced nodes=
$$. /hat is the order of @ashing time?
a) %(1)
b) %(n$)
$<. 5iven that?
s -K s G s O s -K s P s O s -K /
Jind the no of parse trees for aVaXaVa
a) ,
b) 5
c) L
d) 7
$,. "rder of deleting a node from a linked list.
(pointer is to an arbitrary node)
a)%(1)
b)%(n)
$5. ' choclate of si3e nCn is given and is to be made into pices of si3e 1!1.
't a time both hori3ontal and a vertical cut is done.
Jind the order of comple!ity
a) "(n$)
b) "(nlogn)
c) "(logn)
$L. ' directed graph is represented by ad8acency list.
To find the comple!ity of indegree of the node. e : edge n: vertices
$7) Go of leaf nodes given. find the no of nodes with degree $.
$4) 'C D 1.
' is mCn and 1 is mC1
a) there is a uni)ue solution if rank of ' is same as rank of augumented matri! T' bU
b) there are multiple solutions
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<%. ' and 1 are sets.
'7s cardinality is m and 17s is n where m O n
@ow many one to one mappings can be obtained.
a) n \ m
b) npm
c) mpn
d) mcn
<1. 0n scheduling algorithnms which are logically e!ecuted but suspended
a) preemptive
b) *J
c)non preemptive
d) all the above
<$. 0K" redirection is
a) copying programs files through a pipe
b) input files are created
c) input file taken from e!isting ones
d) none
<<. ymmetric multiprocessing can be done in
a) snoopy protocols
b) cache coherence
<,. 0n the dining philosophers problems to avoid dead lock
a) 1 person will take left one and all other will take right one
b) ad8acent persons should not eat concurrently
<5. 0n the process state cycle# which is the correct order
a) timeout? ready :P running
b) blocked? ready :P running
<L. Jor converting infi! e!pression to postfi! what do we re)uire
a) operand stack
b) operator stack
<7. % is reprented as both and negative and positive in
a) ones complement
b) twos complement
c) two7s complement has e!tra negative number

<4. /hat is the difference between c and cVV=
a)0n cVV we can define variables in the middle
b)dynamic scoping
<9. /hich of the following is correct
a) ynchronous tranmission needs more badwidth than 'sychronous.
b) 0nasychronous transmission # the time is associated with data itself.....
. There was a circuit given using three nand gates with two inputs and one output.
Jind the output.
a) "2
b) 'G-
c) C"2
d) G"T
'ns. (a)
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a) 1inary tree
b) election
c) 1ubble
d) 'ny of the above
<. /hat is the number of comparisons in the worst case to merge two sorted lists
containing n elements each.
a) $n
b) $n:1
c) $nV1
d) $n:$
,.0integrated check value(0.A) are used as?
'ns. The client computes the 0.A and then compares it with the senders value.
5. Zuestion on client:server system using asychronous re)uest from the client
L. 0f a binary tree is constructed using nodes with two pointers each#
how many null pointers does a tree with G nodes have
a) n:1
b) n
c) nV1
d) -epends on the number of edges
7. /hich of following statements about heap is wrong
a) 'n n element heap has height log n(base of log is $)
b) mallest element of heap is always a leaf
c) ' array in reverse sorted order is a heap
d) ' heap can7t contain any element more than once
4. /hen applets are downloaded from web sites # a byte verifier performs YYYYYYYYY=
'ns. tatus check.
9. Jor the following . program
void insert(key#r)
typekey key#data array r(
Qe!tern int n(
if(nPDma!) KXerror table if full XK
else rTnVVU.kDkey(
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b) 1inary search
c) 0nterpolation search
d) Gone
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void f(char Xp)
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f(p)(
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@it ratio given. Jind the average access time
1$. 9ath testing is
a) 1lack bo! testing strategy
b) /hite bo! testing strategy
c) 'n installation .........
d) 'n enviornment
1<. C?verification7 asks are we building the right product
F?validation7 asks are we building the product right
1,. /hich one of the following can7t be used to find an internet address given the domain
name
a) KetcKhost
b) G0 yellow pages
c) -G
d) '29
15. Jlow control is necessary for the transport protocol layer due to the following reasons
a) +nreliable link
b) .ongestion at receiver
c) 9ackets out of se)uence
d) Gone of these
1L. 0n public key encryption# if ' wants to send a message to 1 so that no one else can
read the message
then ' encrypts the message using
a) '7s public key
b) '7s private key
c) 17s public key
d) 17s private key
17. /hich of the following is not condition having a deadlock resource previous granted
can be forcebly taken away from a process
a) 2esources need to be used in mutually e!clusion fashion
b) 9rocess can re)uest new resources# as they continue to hold on to old ones
c) @ere is a cycle in the resource allocation graph
1L. 'n 09K09C packet received by a computer using... having 09K09C both how the packet
is handled.
'ns. 2ead the# field in the packet header with to send 09 or 09C protocol.
17. The range of the <$ bit number in two7s complement form is YYYYYYY
14. .yclomatic comple!ity
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a) torage for simple names
b) 0nformation about attributes for local names
c) 2eturn address
d) 'll of the above
$%. 5lobal static variable within a file is intended to
a) ;ocali3e swap
b) 2etain value persistently
c) -efine constant
d) Ji!ed address in memory
$1. /hy is thread switch faster than a process switch
$$. /hat is the binary e)uivalent of ,1.L475
$<. .heckpoint value will be calculated in
$,. -@.9 is used for
a) 09 address allocation
b)dynamic host configuration protocol
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int !(char Xa)
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XaDBhelloB(
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Qchar XaDBnewB(
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a) @ello
b) Gew
c) @ello new
d) 2un time error
I2 TEC'NO#O(IES
Jor details of the paper pattern click on the sample test below. The sample paper given
here is only partial but most of the problems will be on these patterns. Jurther
references and e!pected problems have also been mentioned in the sample paper.
Z1..onvert %.9<75 to binary
a) %.%111
b) %.1%11
c) %.1111
d) none
'ns. (c)

Z$.( 1a%% X 1%b )K 1%1% D 1%%
a) aD%# bD%
b)aD%# bD1
c) none
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Z<. 0n <$ bit memory machine $, bits for mantissa and 4 bits for e!ponent. To increase
the range of floating point.
a) more than <$ bit is to be there.
b) increase 1 bit for mantissa and decrease 1 bit for e!ponent
c) increase 1 bit for e!ponent and decrease one bit for mantissa
Z,.0n .# BC = F ? [ B is e)ual to
a) if (CDD%) F (else [
b) if (CSD%) F (else [
c) if (CDD%) F ( [
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foo()
int foo(int a# int b)
Q
if (aEb) return 1(
return %(
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b) if both a E b are non 3ero returns always 1
c) if both a and b are negative returns %
ZL. The following function gives some error. /hat changes have to be made
void ( int a#int b)
Q
int t( tDa( aDb( bDt(
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a) define void as int and write return t
b) change everywhere a to Xa and b to Xb
Z7. /hich of the following is incorrect
a) if a and b are defined as int arrays then (aDDb) can never be true
b) parameters are passed to functions only by values
c) defining functions in nested loops
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void swap(intX#intX)(
main()
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b) 15
c) 1
d) none of these
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Q
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fpDfopen(Btest.datB#BwB)(
fprintf(fp#7helloHnB)(
fclose(fp)(
fpDfopen (Btest.datB#BwB)(
fprintf (fp# BworldB)(
fclose(fp)(
return %(
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0f te!t.dat file is already present after compiling and e!ecution how many bytes does the
file occupy =
a) % bytes
b) 5 bytes
c) 11 bytes
d) data is insufficient
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int Xy(
XyDX!V<(
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b) 5 4 4
c) 4 5 4
d) none of these
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Se)ti!Q1
This is the /1titu0e se)ti! consisting of 45 8uesti!s to be attempted in 45 4i!utes.'s
is in all the e!ams#this section is based on the $*A 1/tte3! of e!amination.
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software or the hardware paper.
This section also carries 45 8uesti!s to be completed in 45 4i!utes.
1. 0n 1974# a kg of paper was sold at 2s$5K:.
0f the paper rate increases at 1.5& more than the inflation rate which is L.5& a year#
then what wil be the cost of a kg of paper after $ years=
(a) $9.1$
(b) $9.7$
(c) <%.1$
(d) <$.L5
(e) none of these
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' has given 1 and . the same number of marbles each of them already have.
Then# 1 gave . and ' the same number of marbles they already have.
Then . gave ' and 1 the same number of marbles they already have.
't the end '#1#and . have e)ual number of marbles.
(i) 0f !#y#3 are the marbles initially with '#1#. respectively.
Then the number of marbles 1 have at the end
(a) $(!:y:3)
(b) ,(!:y:3)
(c) $(<y:!:3)
(d) ! V y:3
'ns. (c)
(ii) 0f the total number of marbles are 7$# then the number of marbles with ' at the
starting
(a) $%
(b) <%
(c) <$
(d) <9
'ns. (d)
<. 0f a car starts from ' towards 1 with some velocity.
-ue to some problem in the engine after travelling <%km# the car goes with ,K5 th of its
actual velocity
The car reaches 1 ,5 min later to the actual time.
0f the car engine fails ofter travelling ,5km# the car reaches the destination 1 <Lmin
late to the actual time
/hat is the initial velocity of car and what is the distance between ' and 1 in km
'ns. $% E 1<%.
,. ' person has 2s 1%%K: in his pocket# he can as $5 pencils or 15 books.
@e kept 15& of the money for travelling e!penses and purchased 5 pencils.
o how many books he can purchase with the remaining money.
5. Ten )uestions on analogies.
eg? chief ? tribe ?? governer ? state
epaulette ? shoulder ?? tiara ? head
guttural ? throat ?? gastric ? stomach
inept ? clever ?? languid ? active
knife ? butcher ??
hammer ? carpenter ??
L. The values of shares (in 2s).of '# 1 and . from *anuary to *une are as follows.
$!t. A * C
C/!u/3; <% L% 4%
Fe53u/3; <5 L5 45
$/3). ,5 75 L5
A13i2 ,% 75 4$
$/; 55 75 45
Cu!e 5% 75 4%
i) -uring this period which share has undergone ma!imium fluctuation=
ii) 0n which month it is possible to buy 1 and . selling '=
iii) 0n which month the share values are very low=
iv) 1y purchasing one share of ' and , each of 1 and . in the beginning of the period#
when shoudl these be sold to get ma!imum profit=
7. 0n a computer institute 9 languages can be taught.
The module is of L months duration and of the si! languages only one can be taught
each month .
0n addition to that 1'0. is always taught and should be in first month itself
/"2- 9>2J>.T is to be taught in the preceeding week of /"2- T'2.
J"2T2'G can not be taught until ."1'; is taught prior to that
10G"# J0J" can never be taught in single module
languages are 1'0.# /"2- T'2# /"2- 9>2J>.T# J"2T2'G# ."1';# 10G"#
J0J"# ;"T+# .
i) 0f word star is in <rd month # what could be in Lth month.
ii) 0f ."1'; is in the $nd month and 10G" in Lth month. J"2T2'G will be taught in
which month.
4. 0n a class# e!cept 14 all are above 5% years.
15 are below 5% years of age. @ow many people are there
(a) <%
(b) <<
(c) <L
(d) none of these.
'ns. (d)
9. ' s)uare plate of some si3e is cut at four corners. >)ual s)uares of the same si3e are
cut and is formed as open bo!.
0f this open bo! carries 1$4 ml of oil. /hat is the si3e of the side of the plate=
(a) 17
(b) 1,
(c) 1<
(d) Gone of these
1%. 0n a s)uare# all the mid points are 8oined. The inner s)uare is shaded.
0f the area of the s)uare is '# what is the area of the shaded area=
11. Two )uestions on basic angles i.e given a circle# a few chords or diameter is drawn
etc.
1$. 0f the follwoing statements are given
_(a#b)D (aVb)K$
K(a#b)D aKb
X(a#b)D ab
0f aD1# bD$ then find
i) K(a#(_(a#b)#X(a#b)))
ii) XK(a#_(X(a#b)))
1<. 0f the follwoing statements are given
(!Ny) D ! V y: !y
(!Xy) D (! V y)K$
i) Jind the values of !# y will satisfy this e)uation (!Ny)N(!Xy) O (!Ny)
ii) Jind the values of !# y will satisfy this e)uation (aXb)N(bXc)O (aNb)X(bXc)
1,. >!port 91 results in(91 pwd)
a) primary prompt being your current directory
b) primary prompt and secondary prompts being the current directory
c) primary prompt prompt being your home directory
d) primary prompt and secondary prompts being the home directory
e) Gone of the above.
15. 0f you type in the command
!.u1 s3t e412;ees K 2ist 2 K e333 ut B
and log off #the ne!t time you log in# the output will be
a) in a file called list and the error will de typed in a file error out
b) there will be no file called list or error out
c) error will be logged in a file called list and oKp will be in error out
d) you will not be allowed to log in
e) none of the above
1L. 0n +G0C a files i:node ......=
'ns. 0s a data structure that defines all specifications of a file like the file si3e#
number of lines to a file# permissions etc.
17. The +G0C shell ....
a) does not come with the rest of the system
b) forms the interface between the user and the kernal
c) does not give any scope for programming
d) deos not allow calling one program from with in another
e) all of the above
'ns. (b)
14. enum number Q aD :1# bD ,#c#d#eR
/hat is the value of e =
(a) 7
(b) ,
(c) 5
(d) 15
(e) <
19. The very first process created by the kernal that runs till the kernal process is halts is
a) init
b) getty
c) both (a) and (b)
d) none of these
'ns. (a)
$%. "utput of the following program is
main()
Qint iD%(
for(iD%(iO$%(iVV)
Qswitch(i)
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a) %#5#9#1<#17
b) 5#9#1<#17
c) 1$#17#$$
d) 1L#$1
e) ynta! error
'ns. (d)
$1. /hat is the ouptut in the following program
main()
Qchar cD:L,(
int iD:<$
unsigned int u D:1L(
if(cPi)
Qprintf(Bpass1#B)(
if(cOu)
printf(Bpass$B)(
else
printf(BJail$B)(
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else
printf(BJail1)(
if(iOu)
printf(Bpass$B)(
else
printf(BJail$B)
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a) 9ass1#9ass$
b) 9ass1#Jail$
c) Jail1#9ass$
d) Jail1#Jail$
e) Gone of these
'ns. (c)
$$. 0n the process table entry for the kernel process# the process id value is
(a) %
(b) 1
(c) $
(d) $55
(e) it does not have a process table entry
'ns. (a)
$<. /hich of the following '90 is used to hide a window
a) how/indow
b) >nable/indow
c) 6ove/indow
d) et/indow9lacement
e) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
$,. /hat will the following program do=
void main()
Q
int i(
char aTUDBtringB(
char XpDBGew ringB(
char XTemp(
TempDa(
aDmalloc(strlen(p) V 1)(
strcpy(a#p)( KK;ine number?9KK
p D malloc(strlen(Temp) V 1)(
strcpy(p#Temp)(
printf(B(&s# &s)B#a#p)(
free(p)(
free(a)(
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a) wap contents of p E a and print?(Gew string# string)
b) 5enerate compilation error in line number 4
c) 5enerate compilation error in line number 5
d) 5enerate compilation error in line number 7
e) 5enerate compilation error in line number 1
'ns. (b)
$5. 0n the following code segment what will be the result of the function#
value of ! # value of y
Qunsigned int !D:1(
int y(
y D `%(
if(! DD y)
printf(BsameB)(
else
printf(Bnot sameB)(
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a) same# 6'C0GT# :1
b) not same# 6'C0GT# :6'C0GT
c) same # 6'C+G0T# :1
d) same# 6'C+G0T# 6'C+G0T
e) not same# 6'C0GT# 6'C+G0T
'ns. (a)
$L. 9'T@ D Kbin ? Kusr ? Kyourhome
The file KbinKcalender has the following line in it
cal 1% 1997
The file KyourhomeKcalender has the following line in it
cal 5 1997
0f the current directory is Kyourhome and calender is e!ecuted
a) The calendar for 6ay 1997 will be printed on screen
b) The calendar for "ct 1997 will be printed on screen
c) The calendar for the current month( whatever it is) will be printed
d) Gothing will get printed on screen
e) 'n error massage will be printed
$7. /hat will be the result of the following program =
char Xg!!!()
Qstatic char !!!T1%$,U(
return !!!(
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main()
Qchar XgDBstringB(
strcpy(g!!!()#g)(
g D g!!!()(
strcpy(g#BoldstringB)(
printf(BThe string is ? &sB#g!!!())(
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a) The string is ? string
b) The string is ?"ldstring
c) 2un time errorK.ore dump
d) ynta! error during compilation
e) Gone of these
'ns. (b)
$4. /hat will be result of the following program=
void myalloc(char X!# int n)
Q!D (char X)malloc(nXsi3eof(char))(
memset(!#H%#nXsi3eof(char))(
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main()
Qchar XgDBtringB(
myalloc(g#$%)(
strcpy(g#B"ldstringB)(
printf(BThe string is &sB#g)(
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a) The string is ? tring
b) 2un time errorK.ore dump
c) The string is ? "ldstring
d) ynta! error during compilation
e) Gone of these
$9. /hich of the following function is used to repaint a window immediately
a) endmessage(h/nd#/6Y9'0Gt#......)
b) 0nvalidate2ect(.......)
c) 6ove/indow
d) /6Y."9F
e) Gone
<%. /hich function is the entry point for a -;; in 6 /indows <.1
a) 6ain
b) /inmain
c) -llmain
d) ;ibmain
e) Gone
'ns. (b)
<1. The standard source for standard input# standard output and standard error is
a) the terminal
b) KdevKnull
c) KusrKyouKinput# KusrKyouKoutputK# KusrKyouKerror respectively
d) Gone
'ns. (a)
<$. /hat will be the result of the following program=
main()
Qchar pTUDBtringB(
int !D%(
if(pDDBtringB)
Qprintf(B9ass 1B)(
if(pTsi3eof(p):$UDD7g7)
printf(B9ass $B)(
else
printf(BJail $B)(
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else
Q
printf(BJail 1B)(
if(pTsi3eof(p):$UDD7g7)
printf(B9ass $B)(
else
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a) 9ass 1# 9ass $
b) Jail 1# Jail $
c) 9ass 1# Jail $
d) Jail 1# 9ass $
e) synta! error during compilation
<<. /hich of the choices is true for the mentioned declaration =
const char Xp(
and
char X const p(
a) Fou can7t change the character in both
b) Jirst ? Fou can7t change the characterr E econd ? Fou can(t change the pointer
c) Fou can7t change the pointer in both
d) Jirst ? Fou can7t change the pointer E econd ? Fou can7t chanage the character
e) Gone
<,. The redirection operators P and PP
a) do the same function
b) differ ? P overwrites# while PP appends
c) differ ? P is used for input while PP is used for output
d) differ ? P write to any file while PP write only to standard output
e) Gone of these
'ns. (b)
<5. The command grep first second third KusrKyouKmyfile
a) prints lines containing the words first# second or third from the file KusrKyouKmyfile
b) searches for lines containing the pattern first in the files
second# third# and KusrKyouKmyfile and prints them
c) searches the files KusrKyouKmyfiel and third for lines containing the words first or
second and prints them
d) replaces the word first with the word second in the files third and KusrKyouKmyfile
e) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
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Technical an! Pe%sonal Foun! fo% Softa%e Can!i!ates
6ainly sub8ective )uestions in .#"perating ystems#-16#-ata tructures are asked
interspersed with some on the candidate7s personal background.
T;1i)/2 8uesti!s i! C /!0 D/t/ St3u)tu3es
1./'9 to interchange $ variables without using the third one.
$.>!plain )uick sort and merge sort algorithms amn derive the time:constraint relation for
these.
<.>!plain binary searching#fibonacci search.
,.5eneral )uestions on binary trees#transversals
5.5eneral )uestions on graphs and their representation.
T;1i)/2 Questi!s ! O1e3/ti!6 S;ste4s
1.-emand paging#page faults#replacement algos#thrashing#etc.
$.9aged segmentation and segment paging.
HF Foun! fo% Softa%e Can!i!ates
0n this section# )/se stu0ies /3e 13ese!te0 are presented before the candidate to percieve
his reaction and hisKher )44u!i)/ti! s:i22s /3e teste0. IAM e-'ects teamo%& an!
teams'i%it from the candidates and their answers should reflect this attitude.
T#'ical question is$
Fou are a pro8ect manager of a big multinational pro8ect.There is a person C# assigned to
you who has the best technical skills re)uired for the pro8ect#even better than you.1ut he
wishes to be the pro8ect manager #which the management does not permit#due to which he
threatens to )uit.'ll others in the group are not as competent.Talk yourself out of this
situation pretending that the interviewer is the disgruntled employee and e!plain the
neceessary action.
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The 9aper is A1titu0e T;1e .
The A1titu0e 1/1e3 is based on the 52> pattern and consists of analogies# reading
comprehension# passages etc. There is more than one paper pattern and the other patterns
may have )uestions on series and logical reasoning.
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computer architecture # operating systems# microprocessors # etc.
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INFOSYS
The written paper consists mainly of pu33les followed by an essay. There are 10 1uTT2es
t 5e )412ete0 -it.i! !e .u3 and a s.3t ess/; >usu/22; 5/se0 ! t.e t3e!0s i! t.e
)41ute3 ,ie20? , 15 4i!utes. /e suggest that after going through the sample tests
given below you also take time to go through some pu33le books like B9u33les and
teasers by (e36e @. Su44e3s B #BS./:u!t2/ De7i7s 9u33le booksB # B6ind tretching
9u33les by Sti):2esB etc.
/e give you some test papers# which consists of more than ten )uestions# which
are selected from the above mentioned books and from older )uestion papers. The paper
can be /tte!0e0 5; stu0e!ts ,34 /22 e!6i!ee3i!6 st3e/4s .
The written test consists of t- se)ti!s e/). , 45 4i!utes duration.
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This is the /1titu0e se)ti! consisting of 45 8uesti!s to be attempted in 45 4i!utes.'s
is in all the e!ams#this section is based on the $*A 1/tte3! of e!amination.
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s,t-/3e.C/!0i0/tes ./7e t 4e!ti! 5e,3e./!0 whether they want to write the
software or the hardware paper.
This section also carries 45 8uesti!s to be completed in 45 4i!utes.
1
1. 't L7o a clock ticks L times.
The time between first and last ticks is <% seconds.
@ow long does it tick at 1$7o clock.
'ns? LL sec. ($ marks)
$. Three friends divided some bullets e)ually.
'fter all of them shot , bullets the total number of bullets remaining is e)ual to the
bullets each had after division.
Jind the original number divided.
'ns? 14 ($ marks)
0nitially . ! ! !
Gow !:, !:, !:,
>)uation is <!:1$ D !
<. ' ship went on a voyage.
'fter it had travelled 14% miles a plane statrted with 1% times the speed of the ship.
Jind the distance when they meet from starting point.
'ns? $%%miles. ($ marks)
-istance travelled by plane D 1K1% distance travelled by ship V 14%
,. .omplete the Table given below?
Three football teams are there. 5iven below is the group table. Jill in the !7s
%2/;e0 @! #st D3/- (/2s F3 (/2s A6/i!st
A $ $ ! ! ! 1
* $ ! ! 1 $ ,
C $ ! ! ! < 7
'ns? The filled table is given below (, marks)
%2/;e0 @! #st D3/- (/2s F3 (/2s A6/i!st
A $ $ % % 7 1
* $ % 1 1 $ ,
C $ % 1 1 < 7

5. There are < societies '# 1# ..
' lent cars to 1 and . as many as they had already.
'fter some time 1 gave as many tractors to ' and .
as many as they have. 'fter sometime c did the same thing. 't the end of this transaction
each one of them had $,.
Jind the cars each orginally had.
'ns? ' had <9 cars# 1 had $1 cars E . had 1$ cars (, marks)
L. There G stations on a railroad.
'fter adding C stations on the rail route ,L additional tickets have to be printed.
Jind G and C.
'ns. !D$ and GD11
;et initially# G(G:1) D t
'fter adding# (GVC)(GVC:1) D tV,L
1y trail and error method (, marks)
7. 5iven that 'pril 1 is tuesday.
'# 1# . are < persons told that their farewell party was on
' : 6ay 4# thursday
1 : 6ay 1%#tuesday
. : *une 5# friday
"ut of '# 1# . only one made a completetly true statement concerning date#day and
month
The other told two one told the day right and the other the date right..
/hat is correct date# month# day.
'ns? 1 : (6ay 1%) +G-'F
. : *une L (Jriday). (5 marks)
4. The 1ulls# 9acers# ;akers and *a33 ran for a contest.
'nup# u8it# *ohn made the following statements regarding results.
'nup said either 1ulls or *a33 will definitely win
u8it said he is confident that 1ulls will not win
*ohn said he is confident that neither *a33 nor ;akers will win
/hen the result cameit was found that only one of the above three had made a correct
statement.
/ho has made the correct statement and who has won the contest.
'ns? u8ith( ;akers (5marks )
9. Jive people ' #1 #. #- #> are related to each other.
Jour of them make one true statement each as follows.
(i) 1 is my father7s brother.
(ii) > is my mother:in:law.
(iii). is my son:in:law7s brother
(iv)' is my brother7s wife.
'ns? (i) -
(ii) 1
(iii) >
(iv) . (1% marks)
1%. ome statements are given below?
; says all of my other four friends have money
6 says that 9 said that e!actly one among them has money
G says that ; said that precisely two among them have money
" says that 6 said that three of the others have money
9# ; and G said that they have money
'll the above statement are false..
/ho has money E who doesn7t have any money=
(5 marks)
2
6r.6athurs 8ewels have been stolen from his bank locker .
The bank has lockers of 1$ people which are arranged in an array of < rows and ,
columns like?
1 $ < ,
5 L 7 4
9 1% 11 1$
The locker belonging to *"G> was to the right of 1;'.I7 locker and directly
above 60;;'27.
1""T@7 locker was directly above 60;;'27.
60T@7 locker was also above 52'F7s (though not directly).
52>>G7 locker was directly below 60T@7.
/0;"G7 locker was between that of -'A0 and 1""T@.
60;;'27 locker was on the bottom row directly to the right of @>2-7.
/@0T>7 locker was on the bottom right hand corner in the same column as
1""T@7.
/hich bo! belonged to 6r.6athurs=
'ns? 1o! number 9 belongs to 6r.6athurs.
$. Jifty minutes ago if it was four times as many minutes past three o7clock#how many
minutes is it to si! o7clock=
'ns? Twenty si! minutes.
<. 0f a clock takes 7seconds to strike 7# how long will the same clock take to strike 1%=
'ns? The clock strikes for the first time at the start and takes 7 seconds for L intervals:
thus for one interval time
takenD7KL.
Therefore# for 1% seconds there are 9 intervals and time taken is 9X7KLD1% and 1K$
seconds.
,. Three criminals were arrested for shop lifting.
@owever# when interrogated only one told the truth in both his statements# while the
other two each told one true
statement and one lie.
The statements were?
A#*E<T ?(a).hander passed the merchandise. (b)1ruce created the diversion.
*<UCE ?(a)'lbert passed the merchandise. (b)0 created the diversion.
C#INE ?(a)0 took the goods out of the shop. (b)1ruce passed them over.
'ns? 'lbert passed the goods.1ruce created the diversion...live took the goods out of the
shop.
5. >veryday in his business a merchant had to weigh amounts from 1 kg to 1$1 kgs# to the
nearest kg.
/hat are the minimum number of weight re)uired and how heavy should they be=
'ns? .The minimum number is 5 and they should weigh 1#<#9#$7 and 41 kgs.
L. ' hotel has 1% storeys./hich floor is above the floor below the floor# below the floor
above the floor# below the
floor above the fifth.
'ns? The si!th floor.
7. even members sat around a table for three days for a conference.
The member7s names were 'bhishek# 'mol# 'nkur# 'nurag#1huwan #Aasu and Aikram.
The meetings were chaired by Aikram.
"n the first evening members sat around the table alphabetically.
"n the following two nights# Aikram arranged the seatings so that he could have
'bhishek as near to him as
possible and abesent minded Aasu as far away as he could.
"n no evening did any person have sitting ne!t to him a person who had previously
been his neighbour.
@ow did Aikram manage to seat everybody to the best advantage on the second and
third evenings=
'ns?
Se)!0 e7e!i!6?Aikram#'nkur#'bhishek#'mol#Aasu#'nurag and 1huwan.
T.i30 e7e!i!6 ?Aikram#'nurag#'bhishek#Aasu#1huwan#'nkur#'mol.
4. Two trains start from stations ' and 1 spaced 5% kms apart at the same time and speed.
's the trains start# a bird flies from one train towards the other and on reaching the
second train# it flies back to the
first train.This is repeated till the trains collide.
0f the speed of the trains is $5 kmKh and that of the bird is 1%%kmKh.
@ow much did the bird travel till the collision.
'ns? 1%% kms.
9. Jour prisoners escape from a prison.
The prisoners# 6r >ast# 6r /est# 6r outh# 6r Gorth head towards different
directions after escaping.
The following information of their escape was supplied?
The escape routes were The Gorth 2oad# outh 2oad# >ast 2oad and /est 2oad.
Gone of the prisoners took the road which was their namesake.
6r.>ast did not take the outh 2oad
6r./est did not the outh 2oad.
The /est 2oad was not taken by 6r.>ast
/hat road did each of the prisoners take to make their escape=
'ns? 6r.>ast took the Gorth 2oad
6r./est took the >ast 2oad
6r.Gorth took the outh 2oad
6r.outh took the /est 2oad.
1%. .omplete the series?
59 209 249 69 29 89 A
'ns? 1$ (as 5X,D$%# $%V,D$,# $,K,DL# L:,D$# $X,D4# 4V,D1$).
3
1) ' man collects cigarette stubs and makes one full cigarette with every 4 stubs.
0f he gets L, stubs how many full cigarettes can he smoke.
'ns? 4V1D9
$) ' soldier looses his way in a thick 8ungle. 't random he walks from his camp but
mathematically in an interesting fashion. Jirst he walks one mile >ast then half mile to
Gorth. Then 1K, mile to /est# then 1K4 mile to outh and so on making a loop.
Jinally how far he is from his camp and in which direction.
'ns? -istance travelled in north and south directions
1K$ : 1K4 V 1K<$ : 1K1$4 V 1K51$ : and so on
D 1K$K((1:(:1K,))
imilarly in east and west directions
1: 1K, V 1K1L : 1KL, V 1K$5L : and so on
D 1K(( 1: ( : 1K,))
'dd both the answers
<) @ow can 1%%%%%%%%% be written as a product of two factors neither of them
containing 3eros
'ns? $ power 9 ! 5 power 9
,) .onversation between two mathematcians?
Fi3st ? 0 have three childern. The product of their ages is <L.
0f you sum their ages# it is e!actly same as my neighbour7s door number on my left.
The second mathematician verfies the door number and says that it is not sufficient.
Then the first says B "k one more clue is that my youngest is really the youngestB.
0mmmediately the second mathematician answers .
.an you answer the )uestion asked by the first mathematician=
/hat are the childeren ages=
'ns 1#L and L
5) ;ight glows for every 1< seconds . @ow many times did it glow between 1?57?54 and
<?$%?,7 am.
'ns ? <4< V 1 D <4,
L) 5%% men are arranged in an array of 1% rows and 5% columns according to their
heights.
Tallest among each row of all are asked to fall out.
'nd the shortest among them is '.
imilarly after resuming that to their original podsitions that the shortest among each
column are asked to fall out.
'nd the tallest among them is 1 .
Gow who is taller among ' and 1 =
'ns '
7) ' person with some money spends1K< for cloths# 1K5 of the remaining for food and 1K,
of the remaining for travel.
@e is left with 2s 1%%K: .
@ow much did he have with him in the begining =
'ns? 2s $5%K:
4) There are si! bo!es containing 5 # 7 # 1, # 1L # 14 # $9 balls of either red or blue in
colour.
ome bo!es contain only red balls and others contain only blue.
"ne sales man sold one bo! out of them and then he says
B 0 have the same number of red balls left out as that of blue B.
/hich bo! is the one he solds out =
'ns? Total no of balls D 49 and (49:$9 K$) D L%K$ D <%
and also 1, V 1L D 5 V 7 V 14 D <%
9) ' chain is broken into three pieces of e)ual lenths containing < links each.
0t is taken to a backsmith to 8oin into a single continuous one .
@ow many links are to to be opened to make it =
'ns ? $.
1%) 5rass in lawn grows e)ually thick and in a uniform rate.
0t takes $, days for 7% cows and L% days for <% cows to eat the whole of the grass.
@ow many cows are needed to eat the grass in 9L days.=
'ns ? $%
g : grass at the beginning
r : rate at which grass grows# per day
y : rate at which one cow eats grass# per day
n : no of cows to eat the grass in 9L days
g V $,Xr D 7% X $, X y
g V L%Xr D <% X L% X y
g V 9LXr D n X 9L X y
olving# n D $%.

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1. 2eplace each letter by a digit.
>ach letter must be represented by the same digit and no beginning letter of a word
can be %.
" G >
" G >
" G >
" G >
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T > G
'ns? % D1# G D 4 #> D $# T D 7

$. 'nn# 1oobie# .athy and -ave are at their monthly business meeting.
Their occupations are author# biologist# chemist and doctor# but not necessarily in that
order.
-ave 8ust told the biologist that .athy was on her way with doughnuts.
'nn is sitting across from the doctor and ne!t to the chemist.
The doctor was thinking that 1oobie was a goofy name for parent7s to choose#but didn7t
say anything.
/hat is each person7s occupation=
'ns? ince -ave spoke to the biologist and 'nn sat ne!t to the chemist and across the
doctor# .athy must be the author
and 'nn the biologist.
The doctor didn7t speak# but -avid did# so 1obbie is the doctor and -ave the
chemist.

<. ometime after 1%?%% 96 a murder took place.
' witness claimed that the clock must have stopped at the time of the shooting.
0t was later found that the postion of both the hands were the same but their positions
had interchanged.
Tell the time of the shooting (both actual and claimed).
'ns? Time of shooting D 11?5, 96
.laimed Time D 1%?59 96

,. Ge!t number in the series is
1 9 2 9 4 9 13 9 31 9 112 9 A
'ns? $$,.
Go number has digits more than ,. 'll of them are 1 # $# ,# 4 # 1L # <$ # L, converted
to numbers in base 5

5. hahrukh speaks truth only in the morning and lies in the afternoon# whereas alman
speaks truth only in the afternoon. ' says that 1 is hahrukh. 0s it morning or
afternoon and who is ' : hahrukh or alman.
'ns? 'fternoon ( ' is alman.

L. Two trains starting at same time# one from 1angalore to 6ysore and other in opposite
direction arrive at their
destination 1 hr and , hours respectively after passing each other. @ow nuch faster is
one train from other=
'ns? Twice

7. There are L volumes of books on a rack kept in order ( ie vol.1# vol. $ and so on ).
5ive the position after the following changes were noticed.
'll books have been changed
Aol.5 was directly to the right of Aol.$
Aol., has Aol.L to its left and both weren7t at Aol.<7s place
Aol.1 has Aol.< on right and Aol.5 on left
'n even numbered volume is at Aol.57s place
Jind the order in which the books are kept now.
'ns? $ # 5 # 1 # < # L # ,

4. 0 bought a car with a peculiar 5 digit numbered licence plate which on reversing could
still be read.
"n reversing value is increased by 74L<<./hats the original number if all digits were
different=
'ns? "nly % 1 L 4 and 9 can be readupside down.o on rearranging these digits we get
the answer as 1%9L4

9. The shape in the sketch below is that of a s)uare attached to half of a similar
s)uare.-ivide it into four e)ual pieces
'ns? @int ? the figure can be divided into 1$ e)ual triangles

1%. upposing a clock takes 7 seconds to strike 7. @ow mlong will it take to strike 1%=
'ns? 1% 1K$ seconds.
4
1. Jather7s age is three years more than three times the son7s age.
'fter three years# father7s age will be ten years more than twice the son7s age.
/hat is the father7s present age.
'ns? << years. ($ marks)
$. Jind the values of each of the alphabets.
G " " G
" " G
V 6 " " G
::::::::::
* + G >
'ns? 9<$L ($ marks)
<. There are $% poles with a constant distance between each pole
' car takes $, second to reach the 1$th pole.
@ow much will it take to reach the last pole.
'ns? ,1.,5 seconds ($ marks)
;et the distance between two poles D !
@ence 11!?$,??19!?=
,. ' car is travelling at a uniform speed.
The driver sees a milestone showing a $:digit number.
'fter travelling for an hour the driver sees another milestone with the same digits in
reverse order.
'fter another hour the driver sees another milestone containing the same two digits.
/hat is the average speed of the driver.
'ns? ,5 kmph (, marks)
5. The minute and the hour hand of a watch meet every L5 minutes.
@ow much does the watch lose or gain time and by how much=
'ns? 5ains( 5K11 minutes (, marks)
L. 2am# hyam and 5umnaam are friends.
2am is a widower and lives alone and his sister takes care of him.
hyam is a bachelor and his neice cooks his food and looks after his house.
5umnaam is married to 5ita and lives in large house in the same town.
5ita gives the idea that all of them could stay together in the house and share monthly
e!penses e)ually.
-uring their first month of living together# each person contributed 2s.$5.
't the end of the month# it was found that 2s 9$ was the e!pense so the remaining
amount was distributed e)ually
among everyone.
The distribution was such that everyone recieved a whole number of 2upees.
@ow much did each person recieve=
'ns. 2s $ (, marks)
(@int? 2am7s sister# hyam7s neice and 5umnaam7s wife are the same person)
7. Jour persons '# 1# . and - are playing cards.
>ach person has one card# laid down on the table below him# which has two different
colours on either side.
The colours visible on the table are 2ed# 5reen# 2ed and 1lue.
They see the color on the reverse side and give the following comment.
A? Fellow or 5reen
*? Geither 1lue nor 5reen
C? 1lue or Fellow
D? 1lue or Fellow
5iven that out of the , people $ always lie find out the colours on the cards each person.
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1. Jrom a vessel# 1K<rd of the li)uid evaporates on the first day.
"n the second day <K,th of the remaining li)uid evaporates.
/hat fraction of the volume is present at the end of the second day.
'ns? 5%&
$. 'n orange glass has orange 8uice and white glass has apple 8uice both of e)ual
volumes.
5%ml of the orange 8uice is taken and poured into the apple 8uice.
5%ml from the white glass is poured into the orange glass.
"f the two )uantities# the amount of apple 8uice in the orange glass and the amount of
orange 8uice in the white glass# which one is greater and by how much=
'ns? The two )uantities are e)ual
<. There is a , inch cube painted on all sides.
This is cut down into of 1 inch cubes.
/hat is the no of cubes which have no pointed sides.
'ns? 4
,. am and 6ala have a conversation.
am says 0 am certainly not over ,%
6ala says 0 am <4 and you are atleast 5 years older than me
Gow am says you are atleast <9
'll the statements by the two are false.
@ow old are they really=
'ns? 6ala D <4 yrs
am D ,1 yrs.
5. 2am ingh goes to his office in the city# every day from his suburban house.
@is driver 5angaram drops him at the railway station in the morning and picks him up
in the evening.
>very evening 2am ingh reaches the station at 5 "7 .lock.
5angaram also reaches at the same time.
"ne day 2am ingh started early from his office and came to the station at , "7 .lock.
Got wanting to wait for the car he starts walking home. 6angaram starts at normal
time# picks him up on the way
and takes him back house# half an hour early.
@ow much time did 2am ingh walk=
L. 0n a railway station# there are two trains going.
"ne in the harbour line and one in the main line# each having a fre)uency of 1%
minutes.
The main line service starts at 5 o7clock and the harbour line starts at 5.%$'.6.
' man goes to the station every day to catch the first train that comes.
/hat is the probability of the man catching the first train=
'ns? %.4
7. ' family C went for a vacation.
+nfortunately it rained for 1< days when they were there.
1ut whenever it rained in the mornings# they had clear afternoons and vice versa.
0n all they en8oyed 11 mornings and 1$ afternoons.
@ow many days did they stay there totally=
'ns? 14
4. ' survey was taken among 1%% people to find their preference of watching T.A.
programmes.
There are < channels. 5iven the no of people who watch
at least channel 1
at least channel $
at least channel <
no channels at all
atleast channels 1and <
atleast channels 1 and $
atleast channels $ and <
Jind the no of people who watched all three.
9. 'lbert and Jernandes have two leg swimming race.
1oth start from opposite ends of the pool.
"n the first leg# the boys pass each other at 14 m from the deep end of the pool.
-uring the second leg they pass at 1% m from the shallow end of the pool.
1oth go at constant speed but one of them is faster.
>ach boy rests for , seconds at the end of the first leg.
/hat is the length of the pool=
1%. >ach alphabet stands for one digit in the following multiplication.
T @ 0
! 0
:::::::::
C J C C
C C + C
::::::::::::
C C G C C
::::::::::::
/hat is the ma!imum value T can take=
5
.'n escalator is descending at constant speed.
' walks down and takes 5% steps to reach the bottom.
1 runs down and takes 9% steps in the same time as ' takes 1% steps.
@ow many steps are visible when the escalator is not operating=
'ns? 15% steps
$. >very day a cyclist meets a train at a particular crossing.
The road is straight before the crossing and both are travelling in the same direction.
The cyclist travels with a speed of 1% Imph.
"ne day the cyclist comes late by $5 min. and meets the train 5km before the crossing.
/hat is the speed of the train=
'ns? L% kmph
<. There are five persons with surnames 6ukher8ee# 6isra# 0yer# 9atil and harma.
There are , persons having first or middle name of Iumar# < persons with 6ohan# $
persons with -ev and 1 'nil.
>ither 6ukher8ee and 9atil have a first or middle name of -ev or 6isra and 0yer have
their first or middle name of -ev.
"f 6ukherk8ee and 6isra# either both of them have a first or middle name of 6ohan
or neither have a first or
middle name of 6ohan.
>ither 0yer or harma has a first or middle name of Iumar but not both.
/ho has the first or middle name of 'nil=
'ns? Iumar 6isra -ev
6ohan 0yer -ev
Iumar 9atil 6ohan
6ohan harma Iumar
,. 1oys are allowed to watch football at ..A.2aman auditorium sub8ected to conditions.
The boy over age 1L can wear overcoat
Go boy over age 15 can wear cap
To watch the football either he has to wear overcoat or cap or both
' boy with an umberella or above 1L or both cannot wear sweater.
1oys must either not watch football or wear sweater.
/hat is the appearence of the boy who is watching football.
5. ' bird keeper has got 9 pigeons# 6 mynas and sparrows.
The keeper goes for lunch leaving his assistant to watch the birds.
uppose pD1%# mD5# sD4 when the bird keeper comes back# the assistant informs
the ! birds have escaped. The bird keeper e!claims? B"h noS 'll my sparrows are
gone.B
@ow many birds flew away=
/hen the bird keeper comes back# the assistant told him that ! birds have
escaped. The keeper realised that atleast $ sparrows have escaped.
/hat is minimum no of birds that can escape=
L. 'nswer the following )uestions based on the conditions from the choices '# 1# .# -# >
as described below?
(') if a definete conclusion can be drawn from condition 1
(1) if a definete conclusion can be drawn from condition $
(.) if a definete conclusion can be drawn from condition 1 and $
(-) if a definete conclusion can be drawn from condition 1 or $
(>) no conclusion can be drawn using both conditions
person 1 says GO5
person says GP5
person < says <GP$%
person , says <GP1%
person 5 says GO4
/hat is the value of G=
a) 1. Go of persons who speak false being less than no of persons who tells the truth.
$. 9erson $ is telling the truth.
b) 1. no of persong telling the truth is greater than no of persons telling lies
$. person 5 is telling the truth.
7. There are G coins on a table and there are two players ' E 1.
Fou can take 1 or $ coins at a time.
The person who takes the last coin is the loser.
' always starts first.
0f GD7
(a) ' can always win by taking two coins in his first chanse
(b) 1 can win only if ' takes two coins in his first chance.
(c) 1 can always win by proper play
(d) none of the above
$. ' can win by proper play if G is e)ual to
(a) 1< (b) <7 (c) $$ (d) <, (e) ,4
'ns? (e.)
<. 1 can win by proper play if G is e)ual to
(a) $5 (b)$L (c) <$ (d) ,1 (e) none
,. if GO,# can ' win by proper play always=
(a) Fes (b) Go
4. Two twins have vertain peculiar charcteristics.
"ne of them always lies on 6onday# /ednesday# Jriday.
The other always lies on Tuesdays# Thursdays and aturdays.
"n the other days they tell the truth. Fou are given a conversation.
9erson ':: today is unday my name is 'nil
9erson 1 :: today is Tuesday# my name is 1ill
/hat day is today=
'ns? Today is Tuesday.
9. There is a safe with a 5 digit number as the key.
The ,th digit is , greater than second digit# while <rd digit is < less than $nd digit.
The 1st digit is thrice the last digit.
There are < pairs whose sum is 11.
Jind the number.
'ns? L5$9$
1%. ' hotel has two wings#the east wing and the west wing.
ome east wing rooms but not all have an ocean view.
'll west wing rooms have a harbour view.
The charge for all rooms is identical# e!cept as follows ?
>!tra charge for all harbour view rooms on or above the <rd floor
>!tra charge for all ocean view rooms e!cept those without balcony
>!tra charge for some harbour rooms on the first two floor E some east wing
rooms without ocean view but
having kitchen facilities.
/hich of the following cannot be determined on the basis of the nformation given?
0. /hether there are any rooms without a balcony for which an e!tra charge is imposed.
00. /hether any room without a kitchen or a view involves an e!tra charge.
000. /hether two e!tra charges are impsed for any room.
(') 0 only
(1) 00 only
(.) 000 only
(-) 00 and 000 only
(>) 0# 00 and 000
(This )uestion is from 1999 1arrons 52> 5uide model Test < : section L# )uestion $$)
'ns? (')
6
. Three friends divided some bullets e)ually. 'fter all of them shot , bullets the total
number of bullets remaining is e)ual to the bullets each had after division. Jind the
original number divided.
'ns? 14 ( 0nitially . ! ! !
Gow !:, !:, !:, ) >)uation is <!:1$ D !
$. ' ship went on a voyage. 'fter it had traveled 14% miles a plane started with 1% times
the speed of the ship.
Jind the distance when they meet from starting point.
'ns? $%%miles. ( -istance traveled by plane D 1K1% distance traveled by ship
V 14% )
<. 2eplace each letter by a digit. >ach letter must be represented by the same digit and no
beginning letter of a word can be %.
" G >
" G >
" G >
" G >
T > G
'ns? " D1# G D 4 #> D $# T D 7
,. 0n a railway station# there are two trains going. "ne in the harbor line and one in the
main line# each having a fre)uency of 1% minutes. The main line service starts at 5
o7clock and the harbor line starts at 5.%$'.6. ' man goes to the station every day to catch
the first train that comes. /hat is the probability of the man catching the first train=
'ns? %.4
5. Ge!t number in the series is? 1 # $ # , # 1< # <1 # 11$ # =
'ns? $$,. (Go number has digits more than ,. 'll of them are 1 # $# ,# 4 # 1L #
<$ # L, converted to base 5 )
L. Jather7s age is three years more than three times the son7s age. 'fter three years#
father7s age will be ten years more than twice the son7s age. /hat is the father7s present
age=
'ns? << years.
7. ;ight glows for every 1< seconds . @ow many times did it glow between 1?57?54 and
<?$%?,7 am.
'ns ? <4< V 1 D <4,
4. Jrom a vessel# 1K<rd of the li)uid evaporates on the first day. "n the second day <K,th
of the remaining li)uid evaporates. /hat fraction of the volume is present at the end of
the second day.
'ns? 5%&
9. upposing a clock takes 7 seconds to strike 7. @ow long will it take to strike 1%=
'ns? 1% 1K$ seconds.
1%. There are $% poles with a constant distance between each pole. ' car takes $, second
to reach the 1$th pole.
@ow much will it take to reach the last pole.
'ns? ,1.,5 seconds (;et the distance between two poles D !# @ence
11!?$,??19!?= )
11. @ow can 1%%%%%%%%% be written as a product of two factors neither of them
containing 3eros
'ns? $ power 9 ! 5 power 9
1$. Two trains starting at same time# one from 1angalore to 6ysore and other in opposite
direction arrive at their
destination 1 hr and , hours respectively after passing each other. @ow much faster is
one train from other=
'ns? Twice
1<. >very day a cyclist meets a train at a particular crossing. The road is straight before
the crossing and both are traveling in the same direction. The cyclist travels with a speed
of 1%kmph. "ne day the cyclist comes late by $5 min. and meets the train 5km before the
crossing. /hat is the speed of the train=
'ns? L%kmph
1,. ' man collects cigarette stubs and makes one full cigarette with every 4 stubs. 0f he
gets L, stubs how many full cigarettes can he smoke.
'ns? 4V1D9
15. The minute and the hour hand of a watch meet every L5 minutes. @ow much does the
watch lose or gain time and by how much=
'ns? 5ains( 5K11 minutes
1L. ' survey was taken among 1%% people to find their preference of watching T. A.
programs. There are < channels. 5iven the no of people who watch
at least channel 1
at least channel $
at least channel <
no channels at all
at least channels 1and <
at least channels 1 and $
at least channels $ and <
Jind the no of people who watched all three.
'ns.
17. Two trains start from stations ' and 1 spaced 5%kms apart at the same time and
speed. 's the trains start# a bird flies from one train towards the other and on reaching
the second train# it flies back to the first train. This is repeated till the trains collide. 0f the
speed of the trains is $5 kmKh and that of the bird is 1%%kmKh. @ow much did the bird
travel till the collision.
'ns? 1%%kms.
14. Jour persons '# 1# . and - are playing cards. >ach person has one card# laid down
on the table below him# which has two different colors on either side. The colors visible
on the table are 2ed# 5reen# 2ed and 1lue. They see the color on the reverse side and
give the following comment.
'? Fellow or 5reen 1? Geither 1lue nor 5reen
.? 1lue or Fellow -? 1lue or Fellow
5iven that out of the , people $ always lie find out the colors on the cards each person.
'ns.
19. ometime after 1%?%% 96 a murder took place. ' witness claimed that the clock must
have stopped at the time of the shooting. 0t was later found that the position of both the
hands were the same but their positions had interchanged.
Tell the time of the shooting (both actual and claimed).
'ns? Time of shooting D 11?5, 96
.laimed Time D 1%?59 96
$%. ome statements are given below?
; says all of my other four friends have money
6 says that 9 said that e!actly one among them has money
G says that ; said that precisely two among them have money
" says that 6 said that three of the others have money
9# ; and G said that they have money
'll the above statement are false. /ho has money E who doesn7t have any money=
'ns.
$1. The 1ulls# 9acers# ;akers and *a33 ran for a contest. 'nup# u8it# *ohn made the
following statements regarding results.
'nup said either 1ulls or *a33 will definitely win
u8it said he is confident that 1ulls will not win
*ohn said he is confident that neither *a33 nor ;akers will win
/hen the result came# it was found that only one of the above three had made a correct
statement. /ho has made the correct statement and who has won the contest.
'ns? u8ith( ;akers
$$. There are five persons with surnames 6ukher8ee# 6isra# 0yer# 9atil and harma.
There are , persons having first or middle name of Iumar# < persons with 6ohan# $
persons with -ev and 1 'nil. >ither 6ukher8ee and 9atil have a first or middle name of
-ev or 6isra and 0yer have their first or middle name of -ev. "f 6ukherk8ee and 6isra#
either both of them have a first or middle name of 6ohan or neither have a first
or middle name of 6ohan. >ither 0yer or harma has a first or middle name of Iumar but
not both. /ho has the first or middle name of 'nil=
'ns? Iumar 6isra -ev# 6ohan 0yer -ev# Iumar 9atil 6ohan# 6ohan harma
Iumar
$<. 'nn# 1oobie# .athy and -ave are at their monthly business meeting. Their
occupations are author# biologist# chemist and doctor# but not necessarily in that order.
-ave 8ust told the biologist that .athy was on her way with doughnuts. 'nn is sitting
across from the doctor and ne!t to the chemist. The doctor was thinking that 1oobie was
a goofy name for parent7s to choose# but didn7t say anything. /hat is each person7s
occupation=
'ns? ince -ave spoke to the biologist and 'nn sat ne!t to the chemist and across
the doctor# .athy must be the author and 'nn the biologist. The doctor didn7t speak# but
-avid did# so 1obbie is the doctor and -ave the chemist.
$,. There are L volumes of books on a rack kept in order ( i.e. vol.1# vol. $ and so on ).
5ive the position after the following changes were noticed.
'll books have been changed
Aol.5 was directly to the right of Aol.$
Aol., has Aol.L to its left and both weren7t at Aol.<7s place
Aol.1 has Aol.< on right and Aol.5 on left
'n even numbered volume is at Aol.57s place
Jind the order in which the books are kept now.
'ns? $ # 5 # 1 # < # L # ,
$5. ' soldier looses his way in a thick 8ungle. 't random he walks from his camp but
mathematically in an interesting fashion. Jirst he walks one mile >ast then half mile to
Gorth. Then 1K, mile to /est# then 1K4 mile to outh and so on making a loop. Jinally
how far he is from his camp and in which direction.
'ns? -istance traveled in north and south directions?
1K$ : 1K4 V 1K<$ : 1K1$4 V 1K51$ : ............. D 1K$K((1:(:1K,))
imilarly in east and west directions?
1: 1K, V 1K1L : 1KL, V 1K$5L : ................... D 1K(( 1: ( : 1K,)) 'dd both
the answers
$L. .onversation between two mathematicians?
Jirst ? 0 have three children. The product of their ages is <L. 0f you sum their ages#
it is e!actly same as my neighbor7s door number on my left.
The second mathematician verifies the door number and says that it is not sufficient.
Then the first says B "k one more clue is that my youngest is really the youngestB.
0mmediately the second mathematician answers. .an you answer the )uestion asked by
the first mathematician= /hat are the children ages=
'ns 1#L and L
$7. 5%% men are arranged in an array of 1% rows and 5% columns according to their
heights. Tallest among each row of all are asked to fall out. 'nd the shortest among them
is '. imilarly after resuming that to their original positions that the shortest among each
column are asked to fall out. 'nd the tallest among them is 1. Gow who is taller among '
and 1 =
'ns. '
$4. There are si! bo!es containing 5 # 7 # 1, # 1L # 14 # $9 balls of either red or blue in
color. ome bo!es contain only red balls and others contain only blue. "ne sales man
sold one bo! out of them and then he says# B 0 have the same number of red balls left out
as that of blue B. /hich bo! is the one he sold out =
'ns? Total no of balls D 49 and (49:$9 K$) D L%K$ D <% and also 1, V 1L D 5 V 7
V 14 D <%
$9. 2am ingh goes to his office in the city# every day from his suburban house. @is
driver 5angaram drops him at the railway station in the morning and picks him up in the
evening. >very evening 2am ingh reaches the station at 5 "7 .lock. 5angaram also
reaches at the same time. "ne day 2am ingh started early from his office and came to
the station at , "7 .lock. Got wanting to wait for the car he starts walking home.
6angaram starts at normal time# picks him up on the way and takes him back house# half
an hour early. @ow much time did 2am ingh walk=
'ns.
<%. ' family C went for a vacation. +nfortunately it rained for 1< days when they were
there. 1ut whenever it rained in the mornings# they had clear afternoons and vice versa.
0n all they en8oyed 11 mornings and 1$ afternoons. @ow many days did they stay there
totally=
'ns? 14
<1. There are G coins on a table and there are two players ' E 1. Fou can take 1 or $
coins at a time. The person who takes the last coin is the loser. ' always starts first.
0f GD7
(a) ' can always win by taking two coins in his first chance
(b) 1 can win only if ' takes two coins in his first chance.
(c) 1 can always win by proper play
(d) none of the above
'ns.
$. ' can win by proper play if G is e)ual to
(a) 1< (b) <7 (c) $$ (d) <, (e) ,4
'ns? (e.)
<. 1 can win by proper play if G is e)ual to
(a) $5 (b)$L (c) <$ (d) ,1 (e) none
'ns.
,. if GO,# can ' win by proper play always=
(a) Fes (b) Go
'ns.
<$. 6r. 6athurs 8ewels have been stolen from his bank locker. The bank has lockers of 1$
people which are arranged in an array of < rows and , columns like?
1 $ < ,
5 L 7 4
9 1% 11 1$
The locker belonging to *"G> was to the right of 1;'.I7 locker and directly
above 60;;'27.
1""T@7 locker was directly above 60;;'27.
60T@7 locker was also above 52'F7s (though not directly).
52>>G7 locker was directly below 60T@7.
/0;"G7 locker was between that of -'A0 and 1""T@.
60;;'27 locker was on the bottom row directly to the right of @>2-7.
/@0T>7 locker was on the bottom right hand corner in the same column as
1""T@7.
/hich bo! belonged to 6r. 6athurs=
'ns? 1o! number 9 belongs to 6r. 6athurs.
<<. Jive people ' #1 #. #- #> are related to each other. Jour of them make one true
statement each as follows.
(i) 1 is my father7s brother.
(ii) > is my mother:in:law.
(iii) . is my son:in:law7s brother
(iv) ' is my brother7s wife.
'ns? (i) - (ii) 1 (iii) > (iv) .
7
1. There is a , inch cube painted on all sides. This is cut down into of 1 inch cubes. /hat
is the no of cubes which have no pointed sides.
'ns? 4
2. 't L7o a clock ticks L times. The time between first and last ticks is <% seconds. @ow
long does it tick at 1$7o clock.
'ns? LL sec.
3. .omplete the series? 59 209 249 69 29 89 A
'ns? 1$ (as 5X,D$%# $%V,D$,# $,K,DL# L:,D$# $X,D4# 4V,D1$).
4. Jind the values of each of the alphabets.
G " " G
" " G
V 6 " " G
* + G >
'ns? 9<$L
5. 0f a clock takes 7seconds to strike 7# how long will the same clock take to strike 1%=
'ns? The clock strikes for the first time at the start and takes 7 seconds for L
intervals:thus for one interval time takenD7KL. Therefore# for 1% seconds there are 9
intervals and time taken is 9X7KLD1% and 1K$ seconds.
6. 'n escalator is descending at constant speed. ' walks down and takes 5% steps to reach
the bottom. 1 runs down and takes 9% steps in the same time as ' takes 1% steps. @ow
many steps are visible when the escalator is not operating=
'ns? 15% steps
7. ' chain is broken into three pieces of e)ual lengths containing < links each. 0t is taken
to a blacksmith to 8oin into a single continuous one. @ow many links are to to be opened
to make it =
'ns ? $.
8. There is a safe with a 5 digit number as the key. The ,th digit is , greater than second
digit# while <rd digit is < less than $nd digit. The 1st digit is thrice the last digit. There are
< pairs whose sum is 11. Jind the number.
'ns? L5$9$
9. 'n orange glass has orange 8uice and white glass has apple 8uice both of e)ual
volumes. 5%ml of the orange 8uice is taken and poured into the apple 8uice. 5%ml from the
white glass is poured into the orange glass. "f the two )uantities# the amount of apple
8uice in the orange glass and the amount of orange 8uice in the white glass# which one is
greater and by how much=
'ns? The two )uantities are e)ual
10. The shape in the sketch below is that of a s)uare attached to half of a similar s)uare.
-ivide it into four e)ual pieces
'ns? @int ? the figure can be divided into 1$ e)ual triangles
11. Jifty minutes ago if it was four times as many minutes past three o7clock# how many
minutes is it to si! o7clock=
'ns? Twenty si! minutes.
12. >veryday in his business a merchant had to weigh amounts from 1 kg to 1$1kgs# to
the nearest kg.
/hat are the minimum number of weight re)uired and how heavy should they be=
'ns? .The minimum number is 5 and they should weigh 1#<#9#$7 and 41kgs.
13. ' car is traveling at a uniform speed. The driver sees a milestone showing a $:digit
number. 'fter traveling for an hour the driver sees another milestone with the same digits
in reverse order. 'fter another hour the driver sees another milestone containing the same
two digits. /hat is the average speed of the driver.
'ns? ,5kmph
14. ' hotel has 1% storeys. /hich floor is above the floor below the floor# below the floor
above the floor# below the
floor above the fifth.
'ns? The si!th floor.
15. 'lbert and Jernandes have two leg swimming race. 1oth start from opposite ends of
the pool. "n the first leg# the boys pass each other at 14 m from the deep end of the pool.
-uring the second leg they pass at 1% m from the shallow end of the pool. 1oth go at
constant speed but one of them is faster. >ach boy rests for , seconds at the end of the
first leg. /hat is the length of the pool=
'ns.
16. hahrukh speaks truth only in the morning and lies in the afternoon# whereas alman
speaks truth only in the afternoon. ' says that 1 is hahrukh. 0s it morning or afternoon
and who is ' : hahrukh or alman.
'ns? 'fternoon ( ' is alman.
17. ' person with some money spends1K< for cloths# 1K5 of the remaining for food and
1K, of the remaining for travel.
@e is left with 2s 1%%K: . @ow much did he have with him in the beginning =
'ns? 2s $5%K:
18. 2am# hyam and 5umnaam are friends.
2am is a widower and lives alone and his sister takes care of him.
hyam is a bachelor and his niece cooks his food and looks after his house.
5umnaam is married to 5ita and lives in large house in the same town.
5ita gives the idea that all of them could stay together in the house and share monthly
e!penses e)ually.
-uring their first month of living together# each person contributed 2s.$5. 't the
end of the month# it was found that 2s 9$ was the e!pense so the remaining amount was
distributed e)ually among everyone. The distribution was such that everyone received a
whole number of 2upees. @ow much did each person receive=
'ns. 2s $ (@int? 2am7s sister# hyam7s niece and 5umnaam7s wife are the
same person)
19. There are < societies '# 1# .. ' lent cars to 1 and . as many as they had already.
'fter some time 1 gave as many tractors to ' and . as many as they have. 'fter
sometime c did the same thing. 't the end of this transaction each one of them had $,.
Jind the cars each originally had.
'ns? ' had <9 cars# 1 had $1 cars E . had 1$ cars
20. am and 6ala have a conversation.
am says 0 am certainly not over ,%
6ala says 0 am <4 and you are at least 5 years older than me
Gow am says you are at least <9
'll the statements by the two are false. @ow old are they really=
'ns? 6ala D <4 yrs# am D ,1 yrs.
21. >ach alphabet stands for one digit in the following multiplication.
T @ 0
! 0
C J C C
C C + C
C C G C C /hat is the ma!imum value T can take=
'ns? T ma! value D ,
22. 5rass in lawn grows e)ually thick and in a uniform rate. 0t takes $, days for 7% cows
and L% days for <% cows to eat the whole of the grass. @ow many cows are needed to eat
the grass in 9L days.=
'ns ? $%
T@int? g : grass at the beginning r : rate at which
grass grows# per day
y : rate at which one cow eats grass# per day n : no of cows to
eat the grass in 9L days
g V $,Xr D 7% X $, X y g V L%Xr D <% X
L% X y
g V 9LXr D n X 9L X y# olving# n D $%. U
23. Three criminals were arrested for shop lifting. @owever# when interrogated only one
told the truth in both his statements# while the other two each told one true statement and
one lie. The statements were?
A#*E<T ?(a) .hander passed the merchandise. (b) 1ruce created the diversion.
*<UCE ?(a) 'lbert passed the merchandise. (b) 0 created the diversion.
C#INE ?(a) 0 took the goods out of the shop. (b) 1ruce passed them over.
'ns? 'lbert passed the goods. 1ruce created the diversion. .live took the goods
out of the shop.
24. 0 bought a car with a peculiar 5 digit numbered license plate which on reversing could
still be read. "n reversing value is increased by 74L<<./hats the original number if all
digits were different=
'ns? "nly % 1 L 4 and 9 can be read upside down. o on rearranging these
digits we get the answer as 1%9L4
25. There G stations on a railroad. 'fter adding C stations on the rail route ,L additional
tickets have to be printed.
Jind G and C.
'ns. !D$ and GD11 ( ;et initially# G(G:1) D t( 'fter adding# (GVC)(GVC:1)
D tV,L(Trail and error method )
26. .omplete the Table given below?
Three football teams are there. 5iven below is the group table. Jill in the !7s
%2/;e0 @! #st D3/- (/2s F3 (/2s A6/i!st
A $ $ ! ! ! 1
* $ ! ! 1 $ ,
C $ ! ! ! < 7
'ns? The filled table is given below
%2/;e0 @! #st D3/- (/2s F3 (/2s A6/i!st
A $ $ % % 7 1
* $ % 1 1 $ ,
C $ % 1 1 < 7
27. ' bird keeper has got 9 pigeons# 6 mynas and sparrows. The keeper goes for lunch
leaving his assistant to watch the birds.
uppose pD1%# mD5# sD4 when the bird keeper comes back# the assistant informs
the ! birds have escaped. The bird keeper e!claims? B"h noS 'll my sparrows are
gone.B
@ow many birds flew away=
/hen the bird keeper comes back# the assistant told him that ! birds have
escaped. The keeper reali3ed that at least $ sparrows have escaped.
/hat is minimum no of birds that can escape=
'ns.
28. even members sat around a table for three days for a conference.
The member7s names were 'bhishek# 'mol# 'nkur# 'nurag# 1huwan #Aasu and
Aikram.
The meetings were chaired by Aikram.
"n the first evening members sat around the table alphabetically.
"n the following two nights# Aikram arranged the seating so that he could have
'bhishek as near to him as
possible and absent minded Aasu as far away as he could.
"n no evening did any person have sitting ne!t to him a person who had previously
been his neighbor.
@ow did Aikram manage to seat everybody to the best advantage on the second and
third evenings=
'ns? Se)!0 e7e!i!6? Aikram# 'nkur# 'bhishek# 'mol# Aasu# 'nurag and
1huwan.
T.i30 e7e!i!6 ?Aikram# 'nurag# 'bhishek# Aasu# 1huwan# 'nkur# 'mol.
29. Two twins have certain peculiar characteristics. "ne of them always lies on 6onday#
/ednesday# Jriday. The other always lies on Tuesdays# Thursdays and aturdays. "n the
other days they tell the truth. Fou are given a conversation.
9erson ':: today is unday my name is 'nil
9erson 1 :: today is Tuesday# my name is 1ill
/hat day is today=
'ns? Today is Tuesday.
30. Jour prisoners escape from a prison. The prisoners# 6r. >ast# 6r. /est# 6r. outh#
6r. Gorth head towards different directions after escaping. The following information of
their escape was supplied?
The escape routes were The Gorth 2oad# outh 2oad# >ast 2oad and /est 2oad.
Gone of the prisoners took the road which was their namesake.
6r. >ast did not take the outh 2oad
6r. /est did not the outh 2oad.
The /est 2oad was not taken by 6r. >ast
/hat road did each of the prisoners take to make their escape=
'ns? 6r. >ast took the Gorth 2oad
6r. /est took the >ast 2oad
6r. Gorth took the outh 2oad
6r. outh took the /est 2oad.
31. ' hotel has two wings# the east wing and the west wing. ome east wing rooms but
not all have an ocean view.
'll west wing rooms have a harbor view. The charge for all rooms is identical# e!cept
as follows ?
>!tra charge for all harbor view rooms on or above the <rd floor
>!tra charge for all ocean view rooms e!cept those without balcony
>!tra charge for some harbor rooms on the first two floor E some east wing
rooms without ocean view but
having kitchen facilities.
/hich of the following cannot be determined on the basis of the information given?
0. /hether there are any rooms without a balcony for which an e!tra charge is
imposed.
00. /hether any room without a kitchen or a view involves an e!tra charge.
000. /hether two e!tra charges are imposed for any room.
(') 0 only (1) 00 only (.) 000 only (-) 00 and 000
only (>) 0# 00 and 000
'ns? (')
32. 5iven that 'pril 1 is Tuesday. '# 1# . are < persons told that their farewell party was
on
' : 6ay 4# Thursday
1 : 6ay 1%# Tuesday
. : *une 5# Jriday
"ut of '# 1# . only one made a completely true statement concerning date# day and
month. The other told two one told the day right and the other the date right. /hat is
correct date# month# day.
'ns? 1 : (6ay 1%) +G-'F # . : *une L (Jriday).
33. 'nswer the following )uestions based on the conditions from the choices '# 1# .# -#
> as described below?
(') if a definite conclusion can be drawn from condition 1
(1) if a definite conclusion can be drawn from condition $
(.) if a definite conclusion can be drawn from condition 1 and $
(-) if a definite conclusion can be drawn from condition 1 or $
(>) no conclusion can be drawn using both conditions
person 1 says GO5
person says GP5
person < says <GP$%
person , says <GP1%
person 5 says GO4
/hat is the value of G=
a) 1. Go of persons who speak false being less than no of persons who tells the truth.
$. 9erson $ is telling the truth.
'ns.
b) 1. no of persons telling the truth is greater than no of persons telling lies
$. person 5 is telling the truth.
'ns.

#UCENT TEC'NO#O(Y
The written test is of two parts?
Se)ti! A ? 'ptitude Test
Se)ti! * ? Technical Test
The /1titu0e is a mi!ture of verbal# analytical and )uantitative )uestions. 0t is
based on a pattern similar to the .'T and 52> tests. 'lso )uestions on the patterns of
these in 2. 'garwal can be practiced.
The te).!i)/2 se)ti! tests your knowledge in C -it. D/t/ St3u)tu3es /!0
%i!te3s9 C41ute3 Net-3:s9 D*$S and O1e3/ti!6 S;ste4s
9eople with e2e)t3!i)s background can e!pect to be tested on )3e su5Me)ts.
1. LX1$X15 is the volume of some material. @ow many cubes of edge < can be inserted
into it =
a. $% b. <% c6 75 d. ,L
2. Two pipes can fill a tank in 1% and 1$ hours respectively while third pipe will make the
tank empty in $% hours. 0f all three pipes operate simultaneously# in how many hours the
tank will be filled =
a. 11 @rs b. 9 @rs 15 minutes c. 4 @rs !6 8
H%s 45 minutes
3. .ost of an item is !. 0t7s value increases by p& and decreases by p& Gow the new
value is 1 rupee# what is the actual value =
'ns.(1%%%)K(1%%%:pXp).
4. ' right circular cylinder and a cone are there. 1ase radius of cone is e)ual to radius of
cylinder. /hat is the ratio of height to slant side if their volume are the same=
5. -istance between two poles is 5% meters. ' train goes by ,4 at a speed of kmph. 0n one
minute how many poles will be crossed by the train =
6. ' pole seen from a certain distance at an angle of 15 degrees and 1%% meters ahead by
<% degrees. /hat is the height of pole =
7. Jor 15 people::each has to pay 2s.$%.Jor $% people::each has to pay 2s.14. Jor ,%
people::how much has each to pay =
8. 0f pD$) then )DrXr # if p:odd then ) is even# whether r is even or odd =
a) first condition is sufficient b) second condition is
sufficient
c) both are sufficient d) both are not sufficient
9. 0f he sells ,% mangoes# he will get the selling price of , mangoes e!tra# /hat is his
percentage increase in profit =
a6 *:G b. <%& c. 15&
d.14&
10. 1%% glasses are there. ' servant has to supply glasses to a person 0f he supplies the
glasses without any damage he will get < paise otherwise he will loose < paise. 't the end
of supplying 1%% glasses if he gets $7% paise# how many glasses were supplied safely.
a. 1%% b. 94 c6 1: d.
9<
11. Z is not e)ual to 3ero and k D (Z ! n : s)K$ find n=
(a) ($ ! k V s)KZ (b) ($ ! s ! k)KZ (c) ($ ! k : s)KZ (d) ($ ! k V s
! Z)KZ (e) (k V s)KZ
.uestions )* 0 )/$
' causes 1 or .# but not both
J occurs only if 1 occurs
- occurs if 1 or . occurs
> occurs only if . occurs
* occurs only if > or J occurs
- causes 5# @ or both
@ occurs if > occurs
5 occurs if J occurs
12. 0f ' occurs which of the following must occurs
0. J Eamp( 5 00. > and @ 000. -
(a) 0 only (b) 00 only (c) 000 only
(d) 0# 00# 000 2e3 IH II 2o%3 IIH III "ut not "oth
13. 0f 1 occurs which must occur
2a3 D (b) - and 5 (c) 5 and @ (d) J and
5 (e) *
14. 0f * occurs which must have occurred
(a) > 2"3 eithe% A o% C (c) both > J (d)
1 (e) both 1 and .
15. /hich may occurs as a result of cause not mentioned?
0. - 00. ' 000. J
(a) 1 only (b) $ only 2c3 ) an! * (d) $ and
< (e) 1#$#<
16. > occurs which one cannot occurs
(a) ' 2"3 B (c) - (d)
. (e) *
Te).!i)/2
1. /hich is the fastest logic =
'ns. >.;
2. $%$.1,1.L5.L$ type of 09 address belong to which class =
'ns. class 1
3. 6od I ring counter re)uires how many number of flip flops =
'ns. I
4. /hat is the ideal op:amp .622 =
'ns. infinity.
5. Jor a 1<:bit -'. the 61 resistance is $kohms. /hat is the ;1 resistance =
'ns. $ kohms X $
1$

6. @ow many mod < counters are re)uired to construct mod 9 counter.
'ns.$
7. 9iggy backing is a techni)ue for
a) Jlow control b) e)uence c3
Ac&nole!,ement d) 2etransmission
8. The layer in the "T model handles terminal emulation
a) session "3 a''lication c)
presentation d) transport
9. ;ong int si3e is
a) , bytes b) $ bytes c3 com'ile%
!e'en!ent d) 4 bytes
10. Jind theoutputof O12P !D$#yDL#3DL(O 12P !DyD3(
printf(B&dB#!)(
a. $ "6 / c.
% d. error
11. JT9 is carried out in YYYYYYYYYYY layer =
a. b. c. d.
Ot.e3 8uesti!s ? 9roblem related to pointers.2efer 9age.1$< of . 9rogramming# by
Iernighan and 2itchie.
Jew )uestion related to .VV
$ASCOT SYSTE$
There are a total 6 se)ti!s in the test. >ach section has 10 8uesti!s and the total time
given is 60 4i!utes.
'll )uestions are $CQ t;1e. The following are the sections?
C41ute3 Fu!0/4e!t/2s
A263it.4s
'/30-/3e
S,t-/3e
(e!e3/2 A-/3e!ess
#/!6u/6es
There is also an /1titu0e test which is held along with the technical test. 2efer <.S.
A66/3-/2 for more sample )uestions.
The pattern of this test is known to vary with respect to the number of sections and time.
'nother variant of this test has two sections :: a te).!i)/2 (with 40 8uesti!s9 40 4/3:s
in 40 4i!utes) and an /1titu0e section (with 30 8uesti!s9 30 4/3:s in 30 4i!utes) ::
with !e6/ti7e 4/3:i!6 >1"4?. /e have included one test on this pattern also. /e
recommend that you go through both the tests to get the feel of the kind of paper that you
could e!pect.

. "ne Gibble D =
a) 4 bits
b)1L bits
c) , bits
d)<$ bits
'ns. (c)
$. @e!adecimal and "ctal representation of 1%$, =
<. /hat a compiler does =
,./hat type of interface does -" have=
a) 5raphical interface
b) .haracter interface
c) ymbolic interface
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
5./hat is the abbrevation of .9+=
a) .ontrol 9rocessing +nit
b) .entral 9rocessing +nit
c) .entral 9rogramming +nit
d) .ontrol 9rogramming +nit
'ns. (b)
L. Jortran is used as a
a) cientific ;anguage
b) 1usiness ;anguage
c) ;anguage used in ;'Gs
d) 'pplications ;anguage
'ns. (a)
7.The total numberof characters in the '.00 code=
a) 1$L
b) $5L
c) $54
d) 1$4
'ns. (d)
4. 0n /indows GT: /hat GT stands for=
a) Getwork Techni)ues
b) Gew Technology
c) Getwork Transmission
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
9. /hich is not an input device =
a) Ieyboard
b) -isk
c) 6ouse
d) ;ightpen
'ns. (b)
1%. /hich is not a pointing device =
a) 6ouse
b) *oy stick
c) ;ightpen
d) Gone
11. /ho is the .>" of 6icrosoft =
a) 1ill 5ates
b) teve *obs
c) teve 1almer
d) 'ndy 5rove
'ns. (c)
1$. ,5; =
a) Jortran
b) Z;
c) '-'
1<./ho is the father of .omputers=
a) 'lan Turing
b) .harles 1abbage
c) 1ill 5ates
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
1,. /hich of them is "b8ect "riented ;anguage.=
a) 1asic
b) .
c) .VV
d) Jortran
'ns. (c)
15. 9ower 9. is the product of =
a) 6icrosoft
b) 016
c) 'pple
d) 6otorola
'ns. (c)
1L. The latest processor being used these days by 0ntel is=
a) 9entium:000
b) 9ower 9.
c) 9entium pro
d) Gone
17. 6 /ord is =
14. Jirst uper .omputer built in 0ndia.
a) .ray
b) 9aram
c) 'ryabhatta
d) 'r8un
'ns. (b)
19. /hich of the following companies do not manufacture chips=
a) 6icrosoft
b) 6otorola
c) 0ntel
d) @9
'ns. (a)
$%./hat is the full form of ;'G
a) ;ocal 'rea Getwork
b) ;ocal 'rial Getworking
c) ;oop 'round Getwork
d) ;oop 'rea Getwork
'ns. (a)
$1. /hat is the full form of /'G
a) /ireless 'pplication Getworking
b) /ireless 'ccess Getwork
c) /ired 'ccess Getwork
d) /ide 'rea Getwork
'ns. (d)
$$./hat is a 6odem =
a) 6odulator >mmulator
b) 6odulator -emodulator
c) 6ode 6odulator
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
$<. /hat is the full form J--
a) Jloppy -rive -etector
b) Jloppy -rive -emodulator
c) Jloppy -isk -rive
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
$,. /hat is the full form 10T
a) 1inary 0nteger
b) 1inary Term
c) 1inary -igit
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
$5. 0nformation is =
a) 6essage
b) -ata
c) 9rocessed data
d) Gone
'ns. (b)
$L. /hich is not networking =
a) 0nternet
b) >thernet
c) 'rcnet
d) Gone
$7. "ne 5igabyte D=
a) $
<%

b) $
$%

c) $
1%
d) Gone
'ns. (a)
$4. /hich of the following is not 2-16 =
a) ybase
b) Z;
c) 'cess
d) Gone
'ns. (b)
$9. "racle is =
a) @;;
b) "
c) 2-16
d) Zuery ;anguage
'ns. (c)
<%. 0n "racle# Table means ( 'ns ? .ollection of records)
<1. -6' : abbrevation
a) -irect 6emory 'ccess
b) -iscrete 6emory 'ccess
c) -isk 6emory 'ccess
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)

<$. /hat is meant by tatic Aariable =Qrefer data storage techni)uesR
<<. /hat is meant by Z+>+>= Qrefer any data structures te!tR
<,. /hat is meant by T'.I= Qrefer any data structures te!tR
<5. The processor used in first 016 9.=
(4%4L#4%44#3ig,#intel)
<L. -ifference between 4%$4L and 4%$47
<7. 0n bubble sort # no. of comparisons re)uired are =
a) GX(GV1)K$
b) GX(G:$)K$
c) GX(G:1)K$)
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
<4. Go. of comparisons of an item in 1%% items by binary comparison=
a) 1%
b) $5
c) 5%
d) 1%%
<9. /hat is the full form of .2T
a) .athode 2ay Terminal
b) .athode 2ay Tube
c) .ommon 2esistor Transistor
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
,%. Go. of entryvalues are there in ideally in a subroutine.
,1. 1inary tree=
,$. 0n which of the following is the flow in both the directions =
a) ingle linked list
b) -ouble linked
c) Zueue
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
,<. >lectron screen si3e = (here# $ lines of algorithm is given. Game the algoirithm)
,,. /hich is not storage device.=
a) Jloppy -isk
b) .- 2"6
c) -isk
d) Gone
'ns. (d)
,5. ' )uestion regarding memory = ( least used memory#recently unused
memory#..)
,L./hat is the full form of 0"
a) 0nternational oftware "rganisation
b) 0nternational tandard "rganisation
c) 0nternational olutions "rganisation
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
,7./hat is the full form of @T6;
a) @yper Te!t 6akeup ;anguage
b) @yper Te!t 6arkup ;anguage
c) @yper Terminal 6arkup ;anguage
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
,4. Jlow chart for factorial G= (ans ?choice a)
,9. /hat is meant by 2ecursion =
5%. Jor the following . program
truct(s)
Qint a(
long b(
R
+nion (u)
Qint a(
long b(
R
9rint si3eof(s)and si3eof(u) if si3eof(int)D, and si3eof(long)D,
51. Jor the following . program
witch (i)
iD1(
case 1
iVV(
case $
VVi(
break(
case <
::i(
"utput of i after e!ecuting the program
5$. Jor the following . program
char (
char TLUD B @>;;"B(
printf(B&s B#TLU)(
output of the above program =
(a) %
(b) '.00 %
(c) 0
(d) unpredictable
5<. Jor the following . program
+nsigned char c(
for(cD%(cSD$5L(cVV$)
printf(B&dB#c)(
Go. of times the loop is e!ecuted =
(a) 1$7
(b) 1$4
(c) $5L
(d) infinitely
5,. Jor the following program
int i(
iD%(
repeat
iDiV1( ODDDDDD 9'.'; 92"52'6
print i(
until(iO1%)
end
Go. of times the loop is e!ecuted=
55. Jor the following program
.onvert (int '#var #int 1(int c)
Q'D1%(
1D,:(
.D1$%(
R
.onvert (inta#b#c)
Q ODDDDDD 9'.'; 92"52'6
aD1(
bD,(
cD1$(
R
5L. Jor the following program
9rocedure '
1egin
::::::::
end ODDDDDD 9'.'; 92"52'6
9rocedure 1 Go. "f errors in the program =(1#$#<#none)
1egin
:::::::::::
end
57. Jor the following program
int i(
iD$(
iVV(
if(iDD,)
Qprintf(iD,)(
R
else
Qprintf(iD<)(
R
"utput of the program =
a) ,
b) <
c) unpredictable
d) none
'ns. (b)
54. /hat is J'T=.
a) Jile 'llocation Table
b) Jile 'ccess Table
c) J-- 'llocation Table
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
QUANTITATINE A%TITUDE TEST "
Total ,, )uestions are there.
1. @ow many degrees hours hand rotate in 1% minutes=
a) La
b) 5a
c) ,a
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
$. 1K(1%
14
) : 1K(1%
$%
) D =
a) 99K1%
1L

b) 99K1%
1,
c) 99K1%
15
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
<. % O! O 1? /hich is greater =
a) 1K!
$

b) 1K!
c) !
d) !
$
'ns. (a)
,. cDaKb ( a:1Dc /hat is the relation between aEb.bD=
a) aK(a:1)
b) aK(aV1)
c) (aV1)Ka
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
5. The sum of 7 consecutive odd integers with $7 as the fourth number.
a) 14<
b) 141
c) 145
d) 179
'ns. (b)
L. Jor (LLLLLLLLLLLLLL)
$
V 444444444444#what is the number at the unit7s place
a) $
b) ,
c) 4
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
7.<$7<L >!press it in product of < numbers.
a) ,1#,$#,<
b) <1#<$#<<
c) <$#<,#<<
d) <4#<4#<<
'ns. (b)
4. 2adius of sphere is increased by 5%&. 1y how much percentage is surface area is
increased.
a) 15%&
b) 1$5&
c) 1$4&
d) $$5&
'ns. (b)
9. 0n which of the following # $ as a common factor # can be eliminated.
a) log(!
$
)Klog(y
$
)
b) (log!Xlog!Xlog!)K(logyXlogyXlogy)
c) (log!Xlog!)Klogy
d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
'ntonyms ?
11. 'uspiciously
1$. 2ecalcitrant
1<. E 1,. : entence correction
15# 1L # 17 : pelling 6istakes
14# 19 : Two Zuestions
L letters are assigned certain numbers.
0n each )uestion # , combination of digits are given .
Jind which gives a meaningful word.
$% E $1. : , sentences will be given in each )uestion. 'rrange them in logical order .
$$. 5 straight lines are cut in a circle. ' )uestion regarding this.
I! t.is se)ti! 9/ 8uesti! is ,22-e0 5; 2 st/te4e!ts A /!0 *.A!; !e , t.ese
st/te4e!ts93 5t. /3e su,,i)ie!t t /!s-e3 t.e 8uesti!.$/3: ;u3 /!s-e3 /s "
/? I, st/te4e!t A /2!e is 3e8ui3e0
5? I, st/te4e!t * /2!e is 3e8ui3e0
)? I, 5t. t.e st/te4e!ts A B * /3e 3e8ui3e0
0? Neit.e3 , t.e st/te4e!ts /3e 3e8ui3e0
$<. -oes 6r. 6athew give tution =
') 6athew is a teacher
1) 0n school# the teacher is not e!pected to give tutions
'ns. (d)
$,. There is no power cut in advanced country. 0f T is a city# 0s there power cut in that
city=
') [ is a advanced country
1) T ia a capital city of country [
'ns. (c)
$5. Tan3anians are in >ast 'frica. Tan3anians are good in either education #dance or
music
') Tan3anians are good at >ducation
1) >ast 'frica are good at dance E 6usic.
'ns. (a)
2emaining )uestions $L : $9 are of the same type.
<%. "n a single day# 1, children are admitted in a school by their mothers.$ are sisters# <
are brothers#$ are brother and sister and $ are twins.The rest are singles. @ow many
mothers came=
(a) 5
(b) 7
(c) 9
(d) 1,
P%o"lem on ciste%ns I 'i'es6
<1.0t will take 4hrs to fill a cistern. 1ut due to leak at the bottom# it takes 1% hrs to fill it.
0n how many hrs# the full tank will be emptied because of the leak.=
(a) 14
(b) 4
(c) ,%
(d) 1%
'ns. (c)
.uestion %e,a%!in, men I o%&
<$. ' does alone a piece of work in , days.1 does the same piece of work alone in 4
days.. does alone a work in 1% days.0n how many days will '# 1# . together complete
the work
(a) ,%K19
(b) 19K,%
(c) 1K$$
(d) $
'ns. (a)
<<. 0n <.5 Ig rod # there is 7,& silver. 0f it is alloyed with a %.5 Ig rod# the & of silver
goes up to 4,&. The percent of silver in %.5 Ig rod=
<,. Two chords of lengths ;1 and ;$ are drawn in a circle. Their lengths are inversely
proportional to the straight distance 8oining the centre.Jind the radius of circle.
<5. ' Ig of tea costs 2s ,9.5% . 1ut the supplier gives 1% gms less for every Ig he sold.
/hat is the actual cost.
(a) ,9.%%1
(b) ,9.%%5
(c) ,9.%1
(d) ame
'ns. (b)
Zuestions <L : ,% are based on the transportation table.
A * C D E
A C 1$ 4 $% L
* 1$ C 1$ 5 9
C $% 4 C , 7
D < 15 L C 1%
E 1$ 5 4 < C
'#1#.#-#> denote the stages.
C denotes the start of the stage.
The bus goes from ' to > and > to ' with back stops at 1#.# E-.
Jor each the charge is 2s.%.7%.
The numbers in the table are how many passengers are there in the bus upto that stage.
( the numbers given the table are not correct)
<L. Total no. of passengers in onward 8ourney
<7. Total amount in the conductors bag 8ust before the bus reaches the stage .
<4. @ow many 2s. 1.,% tickets are issued to passengers in backward 8ourney.
<9. 0f the bus breaks down between the stages . E - # the amount refunded to
passengers.
,%. 0f the ticket costs 2s.1.5%# how much is the profit in 1ackward 8ourney.
(ENE<A# A%TITUDE TEST >Ti4e"30 4i!?

SECTION 1"<EADIN( CO$%<E'ENSION
.......................................
..(passage of one and half page.)
The )uestion E answers based on this passage were given. There were 5 )uestions.
Fou shouldn7t e!pect the same passage to be given to you but we havw written down the
)uestions to give you a general
view of the type of 2. )uestions that you can e!pect
1. ' reductive cycle is one in which
a. an employer attempts to reduce costs
b. the work:force is gradually reduced in number
c. costs decreases as....
d. there is less productive effort on the part of employees
'ns. (d)
$. 0f a substantial number of employees remain the reductive cycle one may assume that
a. the org. is en8oying increased business
b. the personnel dept....
c. the boss is not...
d. there is an unwholessome..
'ns. (a)
<. The passage indicates that unionisation of a worker...
a. opportunities for the workers realise..
b. opportunities for the workers to ...
c. more please working...
d. greater fringe benifits include
'ns. (d)
,. 'ccording to the author management failures in supervision mainly attributable to
a. carrying...
b. a soft:hearted...
c. ignorance.
d. lack of consideration.
'ns. (d)
5. >mployees will get together to seek an improvement of conditions because of
dissatisfaction stemming from
i. social 8ust
ii. economic
iii. moral decadence
a. i only
b. ii only
c. i and ii only
d. i Eamp( iii only
'ns. (d)


SECTION II"QUANTITATINE AND NU$E<ICA# A*I#ITY
L. The monthly personal maintenance allowance for a family of an employee is
determined by the average age of family and si3e of the family. *acob was drawing rs.57%
as 96' after he got married L years back.'t present he draws 2s 7$% as 96' with his
family of < after the birth of son=
a. $ years
b. < years
c. , years
d. 5 years
'ns. (d)
7. /hite collar sells a shirt for an amount. -ue to off season sale white collar started
offering a discount of $%& on tag price. come diwali# white collar offered a further
discount of 1%& on the reduced price. 0f i get the shirt for 2s 1%4 what was the original
price=
a. 2s.14%
b. 1L%
c. 1,5
d. none
'ns. (d)
4. ' vertical stick 1%:cm long casts a shadow L cm long on the ground under similar
conditions a tower casts a shadow 1%m long determine the height of the tower to the $nd
place of the decimal.
a. 1L.L7m
b. 17.7%m
c. 1L.4m
d. none
'ns. (a)
9. 0n the fig given below ...... which curve rep.the monthly savage2the fi,6cannot "e
%ecollecte! "# the can!i!ate3
a. ;2
b. T
c. 9Z
d. none
'ns. (b)
1%. Two poles of height 7m and 1$m stand on a play ground. 0f the distance between their
feet is 1$m#find the distance between their tops.
a. 1$m
b. 1<m
c. 11m
d. none
'ns. (b)

SECTION III " ANA#O(Y
11. saint ? holiness ? ? mongol ?
a. chinese
b. barbarity
c. tribal
d. courageousness
'ns. (d)
1$. entomologist ? insects ? ? ornithologist ?
a. marine life
b. birds
c. wild life
d. astronomy
'ns. (b)
1<. ostraci3e ? e!clude ? ?
a. war ? death
b. shipping ? transport
c. war ? surrender
d. population ? people
'ns. (a)
1,. rain ? downpour ? ? 8oy ?
a. happiness
b. triumph
c. ecstasy
d. laughter
'ns. (b)
15. niggardly ? generous ? ? dolorous ?
a. understandable
b. practical
c. happy
d. ostentatious
'ns. (d)

SECTION IN " INTE##I(ENCE AND C<ITICA# <EASONIN(
1L. /hich one of the following is venn diagram true.( , diagrams are there. )

17. 0n the given fig. (triangle.s)uare.#circle)...
a. '
b. 1
c. -
d. >
'ns. (b)
Di%ection $ 2)90*53 $ In column one a%e liste! ce%tain ,%ou's of in!i+i!ual hile in
column * a%e liste!some of the cha%acte%istics a,ainst each ,%ou' of in!i+i!uals hich
a%e common to each mem"e% of that ,%ou'
C2u4!1 C2u4! 2
1.-J@ T+
->5@ Z2
->J 9G
'.-> G
5-> 9AZ
->5 AZ2
.-> AG"
1.- AT
'1- 9T
14. /hich characteristcs are found either in 7>7 or 7J7 or in both but not in 7@7=
a. Z2
b. G"9
c. 9AT
d. +A/
'ns. (b)
19. /hich character is common to 717 Eamp 7.7 but is not present in 7@7=
a. +
b. A
c. /
d. T
'ns. (a)
$%. /hich characteristics are common to 7.7 Eamp 7>7 but are not present in 7J7=
a. T#A
b. A#/
c. T#+
d. "#9
'ns. (d)

SECTION N " NE<*A# A*I#ITY
0n the following )uestions mark the option that is nearest to the given word
$1. ynonym for 8ui=ti)
a. rapid
b. e!otic
c. longing
d. timid
e. idealistic
'ns. (e)
$$. 'ntonym of 3e)!0ite
a. unfriendly
b. easily comprehensive
c. closely 8u!taposed
d. broad minded
e. sardonic
'ns. (b)
$<. antonym of se37i2e
a. moral
b. pue
c. futile
d. foul
e. haughty
'ns. (e)
$,. 'ntonym of t/)it
a. spoken
b. allowed
c. neutral
d. impertinent
e. unwanted
'ns. (a)
$5. ynonym for 4/)/53e
a. musical
b. frightening
c. chewed
d. wicked
e. e!ceptional
'ns. (b)

SECTION NI " ANA#YTICA# A*I#ITY

$L. Jran? i want to stay out of ...
id?that7s not true....
a. makes unfair demands on her students
b. only gives grades to a few favoured students
c. never gives out grades of '
'ns. (c)
Bo% .*8 0 *9 A small 'assa,e as ,i+en6
The answers though are the following
$7. The ma8or logical.weakness of the argument above is the fact that
a. it draws meaningful distinction between hands out and subsidies
b. it supports only the subsidy and does not provide the other side view.
c. it draws no meaningful distinction between hands out and subsidies
d. subsidies should not be given
e. none of the above
'ns. (c)
$4. /hich of the following persons would be most likely to disagree with the conclusions
reached above argument
a. the president..
b. the patenee of a new device designed to make the widget absolute
c. the worker who worked with the patentee
'ns. (b)
$9.: <% (a small passage )
0n a laboratory study#1L% rabbits in an e!perimental group were in8ected with serum d#
while 1L% rabbits in a control group were in8ected with in two weeks# <9& of the
e!perimental group rabbits had contracted 8ungle fever# a highly contagious and usually
fatal disease therefore 8ungle fever must be caused by some substance similar to the
substance
found in serum d
$9. The above argument would be most greately strengthened if it were shown that
a. the normal...
b. ,%& of ..
c. serum...
d. the blood of 8ungle fever victims invariably contains a high level of a certain to!ic
substance also
'ns. (d)
<%. The above argument would be most seriously weakened if it were shown that
a. none of the rabbits in the e!perimental group had had 8ungle fever prior to the start of
the e!periment
b. the rabbits in the e!perimental group had had 8ungle fever prior to the start of the
e!periment.
c. some of the rabbits in the e!perimental group had had 8ungle fever prior to the start of
the e!periment .
d. four of the rabbits had had 8ungle fever prior to the start of the e!periment .
e. one of the rabbits in the e!perimental group had had 8ungle fever prior to the start of
the e!periment
'ns. (e)

(ENE<A# TEC'NICA# TEST


1) /hich of the following language is a functional language
a. 295
b. mall Talk
c. 90K0
d. ;09
'ns. (c)
$) /hat is the full form of 'T6
a. 'utomated teller machine
b. 'll time money
c. 'synchronous transfer mode
d. 'ctive test monitor
'ns. (c)
<) J--0 is a
a. ring network
b. star network
c. mesh network
d. bus based network
'ns. (a)
,) /hich is pure ob8ect oriented language=
a. >ffiel
b. .VV
c. ob8ect pascal
d. mall talk
'ns. (d)
5) !.$5 transfer protocal is used for
a. packet switching
b. circuit switching
c. framing
d. datagram
'ns. (b)
L) /hat is the binary e)uivalent of decimal $L9=
a. 1%%%%11%%
b. 1%%%%1%1%
c. 1%1%%1%11
d. 1%%%%11%1
'ns. (c)
7) The ,GJ is for
a. related to 6ulti:Aalue -ependency
b. related to transitive dependency
c. related to function dependency
d. non trival function or multi value dependency
'ns.
4) The ;2+ algorithm
a. pages out pages that have been used recently
b. pages out pages that have not been used recently
c. pages out pages that have been least used recently
d. pages out the first page in given data
'ns. (c)
9) ' search procedure which assosiates an address with a key value and provides a
mechanism for dealing with two or more values assigned to the same address to the same
address is called.
a. linear search
b. binary search
c. hash coded search
d. radi! search
'ns. (c)
1%) ' t:switch is used to
a. control how message are passed between computers
b. echo every character that received
c. transmit characers one at a time
d. rearrange the ....
'ns. (c)
11) >>:2"6 is
a. electricity erasable
b. easily erasable
c. non erasable
d. effective erasable
'ns. (a)
1$) /hich device can sense inventory data specified in bar codes=
a. mouse
b. light pen
c. holographs
d. 8oysticks
'ns. (c)
1<) .orba stands for ...
a. common ob8ect re)uest broker architecture
b. combined recovery based system
c. code recovery bench architecture
d. none of the above
'ns. (a)
1,) /hich is non:procedural language=
a. effiel
b. ada
c. small talk
d. s)l
'ns. (a)
15) /hich of the following language supports associative arrays=
a. plKi
b. rpg
c. perl
d. ada
'ns. (c)
1L) /hich network protocol 016 mainframe and midrange support
a. G'
b. T.9K09
c. C.$5
d. 0>>> 4%$.5
'ns. (a)
17) The achronym -'G stands for
a. data acess network
b. distributed area network
c. desktop area network
d. disk access node
'ns. (a)
14) The program fragment that follows is written in a block:structured language . 'ssume
that it is syntactically correct and determine its output
begin
integer !#y(
!?D<(y?D7(
begin
integer !(
begin
integer y(
y?D9(
!?D$Xy(
end(
!?D!Vy(
print(!)(
end(
print(!)(
end(
a. $5 $7
b. $7 $7
c. $7 <
d. $5 <
e. $5 $5
'ns. (e)
19) /hich of the following is responsible for coordinating various operations using
timing signals=
a. arithmetic:logic unit
b. control unit
c. memory unit
d. inputKoutput unit
'ns. (b)
$%) 6icroprocessors can be used to make
a. computers
b. calculators
c. digital systems
d. all the above
'ns. (d)
$1) J"2T2'G implimentation do not permit recursion because
a. they use static allocation for variables
b. they use dynamic allocation for variables
c. stacks are not avalible on all machines
d. it is not possible to impliment recursion on all mKc s
'ns. (a)
$$) /hat does the following code do
var a#b ?integer
begin
a ?DaVb
b ?Da:b
a ?Da:b
end(
a. e!change a and b
b. doubles a and stores in b
c. leaves a and b unchanged
d. none
'ns. (a)
$<) Jor program segment given bellow# which of the follwing are true=
program main(output)
type link D \data
data D record
d ? record
n ? link
end(
var ptr ? link(
begin
new(ptr)(
ptr ?Dnil(
ptr \.d ?D5.$
written(ptr)(
end(
a. the program leads to compile time error
b. the program leads to run time error
c. the program produces error relating to nil pointer dereferencing
d. both b and a
$,) /hat is the output of the program segament below if the compiler operates call
byreference=
procedure .';.(9#Z#2)(
begin
Z?DZ:1.%
2?DZV9
end(
beginQmainR
'?D$.5( 1?D9.%(
.';.(1:'#'#')(
print(')(
end( QmainR
a. 1.5
b. $.5
c. 1%.5
d. 4
e. L.5
'ns. (d)
$5) /hich of the following is not provided in .=
a. test loops
b. grouping and subprograms
c. synchroni3ation# coroutines#and parallel processing
d. all the above
'ns. (c)
$L) -ata encryption
a. is most used by public billboard networks
b. is most used by public financial networks
c. cannot be used by private installation
d. is not necessary ..
'ns. (a)
$7) 'n ideal compiler should
a. be a smaller in si3e
b. produce ob8ect code that is smaller in si3e and e!ecutes faster
c. take less time of compiling
d. all the above
'ns. (d)
$4) /hat will be the value of ! and y after e!ecution of the following statment ( .
language)
nDD 5( ! D nVV( y D ::!(
a. 5#,
b. L#5
c. L#L
d. 5#5
'ns. (d)
$9) Jor athe following code
1i?D1(sum?D%(
repeat
begin
$ sum?DsumV1(
< i?DiV1
end(
, until iDn
letB'B representtheinitiali3ation(i?D1(sum?D%)of line 1.letB1Brepresent the summing
action within the loop(loop $)#and let BiB represent the increment (line <).if BTBrepresents
the best contained in line ,#which of the following regular e!pressions represents all
possiblee se)uences of the steps taken by this program fragment=
a. '(10T)(10) T
1. '(10T)
.. '(10T)
-. '(10T) T
>. '(10T) T
<%) .onsider the production grammer
:P '1
:P 1.
' :P /'
' :P C
1 :P F
1 :P [1
. :P /
.onsider this grammer together with one and only one of the productions (')
through(>).what production from the list may not be added to retain its status as an ;;(1)
grammer=
a. :P .'
b. :P [
c. . :P [
d. . :P 1.
e. 6ore than one of the above
'ns.
<1) .onsider the function below?
function calc(!#y?integer)?integer(
begin
if yD1
then calc?D!
else calc?Dcalc(!#y:1)V!
end(
assuming that the invocation call is Bcalc(a#b)Band that BaBand BbBare positive
integers#what result does this function return=
a. aX(b:1)
b. aXb
c. aVb
d. a power b
e. aXb
<$) 0n a left:to:right breadth:first search of the tree below#which would be first terminal
node to be e!plored=
YYYY
YYYY
K H
K H
YYKYY YYHYY
YY1YY YYYYY
a. J
b. 1
c. 0
d. *
e. >
<<) /hich data structure is needed to convert infi! notations to postfi! notations=
a. linear list
b. )ueue
c. tree
d. stack
'ns. (d)
<,) 2ecursive procedures are implemented by
a. )ueues
b. stacks
c. linked lists
d. strings
'ns. (b).
<5) ' linear list of elments in which deletion can be done from one end (front)and
insertion can take place only at the other end(rear)is known as
a. )ueues
b. stacks
c. trees
d. de)ue
'ns. (a)
<L) ' linear list in which elements can be added or removed at either end but not in the
middle is known as
a. )ueue
b. de)ue
c. stack
d. tree
'ns. (a)
<7) /hich of the following sorting procedure is slowest
a. )uick sort
b. heap sort
c. shell sort
d. bubble sort
'ns. (d)

<4) @ow many 17s are present in the binary representation of < ! 51$ V 7 ! L, V 5 ! 4 D<=
a. 4
b. 9
c.1%
d.11
e.1$
'ns. (d)
<9) Jile record length
a. should always be fi!ed
b. should always be variable
c. depends upon the si3e of the file
d. should be choosen to match the data characteristics
'ns. (a)
,%) G;9 stands for
a. natural language processing
b. neuro logic programming
c. normal logic pad
d. nominal loadable process
e. none
'ns. (a)
$A'IND<A *<ITIS' TE#ECO$
There are 105 8uesti!s to be done in 70 4i!utes. The test is further subdivided and
includes
Qu/!tit/ti7e Se)ti! ($<Z)
A!/2;ti)/2 Se)ti! ($%Z)
Se3iesB Ne!! Di/63/4s
#6i)/2 Se)ti! ($%Z)
<e/0i!6 C413e.e!si! (1%Z).
F2- S.eets
Time span for each section is different. There is negative marking. /e think that the cut:
off would have been around <5:,%.
/e recommend that you refer to 2 'garwal Aerbal and Gonverbal book for more
)uestions on the same pattern.

A<IT'$ETIC SECTION
&his section consists of (! prob*ems, &he questions are simp*e though time consuming,
1. 0f a boat is moving in upstream with velocity of 1, kmKhr and goes downstream with a
velocity of ,% kmKhr# then what is the speed of the stream =
(a) 1< kmKhr
(b) $L kmKhr
(c) <, kmKhr
(d) none of these
'ns. '
$. Jind the value of ( %.75 X %.75 X %.75 : %.%%1 ) K ( %.75 X %.75 : %.%75 V %.%1)
(a) %.4,5
(b) 1.9%4
(c) $.<1$
(d) %.%%1
'ns. '
<. ' can have a piece of work done in 4 days# 1 can work three times faster than the '# .
can work five times faster than '. @ow many days will they take to do the work
together =
(a) < days
(b) 4K9 days
(c) , days
(d) can7t say
'ns. 1
,. ' car travels a certain distance taking 7 hrs in forward 8ourney# during the return
8ourney increased speed 1$kmKhr takes the times 5 hrs./hat is the distance travelled
(a) $1% kms
(b) <% kms
(c) $% kms
(c) none of these
'ns. 1
5. 0nstead of multiplying a number by 7# the number is divided by 7. /hat is the
percentage of error obtained =
L. Jind (7! V ,y ) K (!:$y) if !K$y D <K$ =
(a) L
(b) 4
(c) 7
(d) data insufficient
'ns. .
7. ' man buys 1$ lts of li)uid which contains $%& of the li)uid and the rest is water. @e
then mi!es it with 1% lts of another mi!ture with <%& of li)uid./hat is the & of water in
the new mi!ture=
4. 0f a man buys 1 lt of milk for 2s.1$ and mi!es it with $%& water and sells it for 2s.15#
then what is the percentage of gain=
9. 9ipe ' can fill a tank in <% mins and 9ipe 1 can fill it in $4 mins.0f <K,th of the tank is
filled by 9ipe 1 alone and both are opened# how much time is re)uired by both the pipes
to fill the tank completely =
1%. 0f on an item a company gives $5& discount# they earn $5& profit. 0f they now give
1%& discount then what is the profit percentage.
(a) ,%&
(b) 55&
(c) <5&
(d) <%&
'ns. -
11. ' certain number of men can finish a piece of work in 1% days. 0f however there were
1% men less it will take 1% days more for the work to be finished. @ow many men were
there originally=
(a) 11% men
(b) 1<% men
(c) 1%% men
(d) none of these
'ns. '
1$. 0n simple interest what sum amounts of 2s.11$%K: in , years and 2s.1$%%K: in 5
years =
(a) 2s. 5%%
(b) 2s. L%%
(c) 2s. 4%%
(d) 2s. 9%%
'ns. .
1<. 0f a sum of money compound annually amounts of thrice itself in < years. 0n how
many years
will it become 9 times itself.
(a) L
(b) 4
(c) 1%
(d) 1$
'ns '
1,. Two trains move in the same direction at 5% kmph and <$ kmph respectively. ' man
in the slower train
observes the 15 seconds elapse before the faster train completely passes by him.
/hat is the length of faster train =
(a) 1%%m
(b) 75m
(c) 1$%m
(d) 5%m
'ns 1
15. @ow many mashes are there in 1 s)urare meter of wire gauge if each mesh
is 4mm long and 5mm wide =
(a) $5%%
(b) $5%%%
(c) $5%
(d) $5%%%%
'ns 1
1L. !& of y is y& of =
(a) !Ky
(b) $y
(c) !
(d) can7t be determined
'ns. .
17. The price of sugar increases by $%&# by what & should a housewife reduce the
consumption of sugar so that e!penditure on sugar can be same as before =
(a) 15&
(b) 1L.LL&
(c) 1$&
(d) 9&
'ns 1
14. ' man spends half of his salary on household e!penses# 1K,th for rent# 1K5th for travel
e!penses# the man deposits the rest in a bank. 0f his monthly deposits in the bank amount
5%# what is his monthly salary =
(a) 2s.5%%
(b) 2s.15%%
(c) 2s.1%%%
(d) 2s. 9%%
'ns .
$%. The population of a city increases _ ,& p.a. There is an additional annual increase of
,& of the population due to the influ! of 8ob seekers# find the & increase in population
after $ years =
$1. The ratio of the number of boys and girls in a school is <?$ "ut of these 1%& the boys
and $5& of girls are scholarship holders. & of students who are not scholarship holders.=
$$. 15 men take $1 days of 4 hrs. each to do a piece of work. @ow many days of L hrs.
each would it take for $1 women if < women do as much work as $ men=
(a) <%
(b) $%
(c) 19
(d) $9
'ns. '
$<. ' cylinder is L cms in diameter and L cms in height. 0f spheres of the same si3e are
made from the material obtained# what is the diameter of each sphere=
(a) 5 cms
(b) $ cms
(c) < cms
(d) , cms
'ns .
$,. ' rectangular plank ($)
1K$
meters wide can be placed so that it is on either side of the
diagonal of a s)uare shown below.(Jigure is not available)/hat is the area of the plank=
'ns ?7X($)
1K$
$5. The difference bKw the compound interest payble half yearly and the simple interest
on a
certain sum lent out at 1%& p.a for 1 year is 2s $5. /hat is the sum=
(a) 2s. 15%%%
(b) 2s. 1$%%%
(c) 2s. 1%%%%
(d) none of these
'ns .
$L. /hat is the smallest number by which $44% must be divided in order to make it into a
perfect s)uare =
(a) <
(b) ,
(c) 5
(d) L
'ns. .
$7. ' father is <% years older than his son however he will be only thrice as old as the son
after 5 years
what is father7s present age =
(a) ,% yrs
(b) <% yrs
(c) 5% yrs
(d) none of these
'ns. '
$4. 'n article sold at a profit of $%& if both the cost price and selling price would be
2s.$%K: the profit would be 1%& more. /hat is the cost price of that article=
$9. 0f an item costs 2s.< in 799 and 2s.$%< in 7%%./hat is the & increase in price=
(a) $%%K< &
(b) $%%KL &
(c) 1%%&
(d) none of these
'ns. '

#O(ICA# SECTION
Directions: 3or questions 4"-4! fi** the missing number or *etter in the given series
<%. a# c# e# g# Y
(a) h
(b) i
(c) d
(d) 8
'ns. 1
<1. a# e# i# m# )# u# Y# Y
(a) y#c
(b) b#f
(c) g#i
(d) none
'ns. '
<$. ay # b3 # cw # d! #YY
(a) gu
(b) ev
(c) fv
(d) eu
'ns. -
<<. 1# $# <# 5# 7# 11# YY
(a) 15
(b) 9
(c) 1<
(d) 1$
'ns. . (series of prime numbers)
<,. kp # lo # mn # YY
(a) nm
(b) np
(c) op
(d) p)
'ns. '
<5. 2#6#YY#J#-#YY
(a) 0# .
(b) '# Z
(c) ;# G
(d) 1# Z
'ns. '
<L. YYY# ayw# gec# mki# s)o
(a) aw!
(b) us)
(c) prs
(d) lmn
'ns. 1
<7. 1# <# ,# 4# 15# $7# YY
(a) L%
(b) 59
(c) ,<
(d) 5%
'ns -
<4. %# $# <# 5# 4# 1%# 15# 17# $,# $L#YY
(a) ,5
(b) 55
(c) <5
(d) ,4
'ns. .
<9. $# 5# 9# 19# <7#YY
(a) L,
(b) 55
(c) 75
(d) ,%
'ns .
Directions for questions #" to #5: 5e*ect the a*ternative that *ogica**y fo**ows form the
two given statements,
,%. 'll scientists are fools. 'll fools are literates.
(a)'ll literates are scientists
(b) 'll scientists are literates
(c) Go scientists are literates
(d) 1oth (a) and (b) are correct
'ns. 1
,1. Go apple is an orange. 'll bananas are oranges.
(a) 'll apples are oranges
(b) ome apples are oranges
(c) Go apple is a banana
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. '
,$. 'll pens are elephants. ome elephants are cats.
(a) ome pens are cats
(b) Go pens are cats
(c) 'll pens are cats
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. -
,<. 'll shares are debentures.Go debentures are deposits.
(a) 'll shares are deposits
(b) ome shares are deposits
(c) Go shares are deposits
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. .
,,. 6any fathers are brothers. 'll brothers are priests.
(a) Go father is a priest
(b) 6any fathers are not priests
(c) 6any fathers are priests
(d) 1oth (b) and (c)
'ns. 1
,5. ome green are blue. Go blue are white.
(a) Go green are white
(b) ome green are white
(c) Go green are white
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. 1
,L. 0f the word B."-0G5B is represented as -9>*"@ # then the word B.+2J>/B can
be represented=
(a) dvsgf!
(b) dvshf!
(c) dgshf!
(d) dtsgfy
'ns. '
,7. 0f in a certain code B2'G5>B is coded as 1$<,5 and B2'G-"6B is coded as
1$<L74# then the code for the word B6'G5"B would be
(a) 4$<57
(b) 4,5L<
(c) 4$<,L
(d) 4$5,<
'ns. -
Di%ections fo% questions 790:5$The )uestions are based on the following data
0n a class of 15% students 55 speak >nglish(45 speak Telugu and <% speak neither >nglish
nor Telugu
,4. @ow many speak both >nglish and Telugu=
(a) 1%
(b) 15
(c) $%
(d) 1$
'ns. .
,9.@ow many speak only Telugu=
(a) 55
(b) ,5
(c) L5
(d) none of the above
'ns..
5%.@ow many speak at least one of the two languages=
(a) 1$%
(b) 1%%
(c) $5%
(d) 5%
'ns. '
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The written test consists of two sections? A1titu0e Se)ti! and C Se)ti!. The
/1titu0e se)ti! consists of 25 8uesti!s to be solved i! 4i!utes. The C Se)ti! also
consists of $5 )uestions# but to be solved i! 4i!utes.
1oth the sections are of 5Me)ti7e t;1e.
A%%TITUDE TEST
1. 't 'E2 auto repair shop# $ mechanics can repair si! cars in three hours. 1y this same
reasoning how many mechanics will it take to repair $$ cars in five hours=
a. 4 "6 : c. 7 d. L e. not sure
2. ' worker of the .0'(cybernetic information association) is translating information in
to a code se)uence# so that competitors who might steal the information will not be able
to make use of it. The worker is currently translating a word that u can find somewhere in
this problem into this code. /hat number completes this word.? 4 $$ 1% L $$ 1< $, =
a. 5 b. 1L c6 ** d. $L
e. not sure
3.0 really need to get a new watch. 0t correctly reads the time as ,?1$pm#but three hours
later it reads 4pm.two hours after that it reads 1%.<$pm.what time will it read when it is
actually <.,$am=
a6 /$7/am b. 1?<4am c. 4?$,am d. L?$Lam
e. not sure
4.how many cards are there in a full tarot deck=
a. 5$ b. 74 c. 9L
d. 11< e. not sure
5.what is >!calibur=
a6 Ein, b. 6age c. 6ythical
city d. sword e. not sure
6.@ow many days are there in a fortnight=
a. 15 "6 )7 c. 1%
d. $ e. not sure
7./hat was sundial used for=
a. regulating temperature b. refracting light
c6 measu%in, time
d. scrambling radio waves e. not sure
8.who wrote hunchback of Gotre dame=
a6 Hu,o b. 9ierre
c. /alters d. 'nderson e. not sure
9./hat is .lark Ient also known as==
a. -r. -eath b. @uman Torch c6 Su'e%man d. ;one
'venger e. not sure
10.' dresser drawer contains 15 garments. 0f ,%& of those are blouses. @ow many are
not blouses=
a. L b. 4 c6 1
d. 1% e. not sure
11. 0f the length of each of the sides of <s)uare garden plots is increased by 5%&#by what
& is the sum of the areas of the <plots increased=
a6 48:G b. $%%& c. 15%& d. 1$5&
e. not sure
12./hich of the following e)uations gives the relationship between 2 and in table
below=
2 1 $ < , 5 L
$ 5 4 11 1, 17
a. D$2 b. D2\$V1 c. D2\$:1 !6 SJ4F0)
e. not sure
13. 0f the length of a rectangle is increased by $%& and the width of the same rectangle is
decreased by $%& then the area of the rectangle=
a. decr.by $%& "6 !ec%6"# 7G c. unchanged d. incr.by
$%& e. not sure
14. 0f n and p r both odd numbers# which of the following numbers must be an even
number==
a6 n=' b. np c. npV$ d. nVpV1
e. not sure
15. 0f $ places r one inch apart on a map# then they r actually 1L%miles apart. (the scale on
the map is 1inchD1L%miles)if eton is $ 7K4 inches from 6onroe on the map# how many
miles is it from eton to 6onroe=
a6 7/5 b. <%% c. $7 d. <L%
e. not sure
16. ' screw driver and a hammer currently have the same price. 0f the price of the screw
driver rises by 5& and the price of hammer goes up by <&# by what percent will the cost
of < screwdrivers and < hammers price=
a. <& "6 7G c. 4&
d. $5& e. not sure
17. 0f the average (or arithmetic mean) of si! numbers is ,.5# what is the sum of the
numbers=
a. ,.5 b. $,
c6 *8 d. <% e. not sure
Fea! the folloin, an! anse% the questions "elo$
The office staff of CF[ corporation presently consists of < bookkeepers ('# 1# .)
and 5 ecretaries (-# ># J# 5# @). 6anagement is planning to open a new office in
another city using < secretaries and $ book keepers of the present staffs. To do so they
plan to separate certain individuals who do not function well together. The following
guidelines were established to set up the new office.
') 1ook keepers ' E . are constantly finding fault with one another and should not be
send as a team to the new office
1) . E > function well alone but not as a team . They should be separated.
.) - E 5 have not been on speaking term for many months. They should not go
together.
-) ince - E J have been competing for promotion# they should not be a team.
18. 0f ' is to be moved as one of the book keepers# which of the following cannot be the
possible working unit
a. '1->@ "6 AADGH c. '1>J@
d. '1>5@ e. not sure
19. 0f . EJ are moved to the new office# how many combinations are possible.
a6 ) b. $ c. <
d. , e. not sure
20. 0f . is send to the new office which member of the staff cannot go with .
a. 1 "6 D c. J
d. 5 e. not sure
21. +nder the guidelines developed# which of the following must go to the new office.
a6 A b. - c. >
d. 5 e. not sure
22. 0f - goes to the new office which of the following is (are ) true=
i. . cannot go
ii. ' cannot go
iii. @ must also go
a. i only b. ii only c6 iIiii onl# d. i# ii#
iii e. not sure
23. 't luncheon table were 1$ men are seated# one:half of the men belongs to club '#
one:third belongs to club 1 and one:fourth belongs to both club. @ow many belongs to
neither.
a. < b. , c6 :
d. L e. not sure
Bo% each analo,#H fin! the anse% that "est com'letes the '%o"lem$
24. Thieves? -en ?? .ards? =
a. 5ame "6 Dec& c. et
d. 5roup e. not sure
25. 1ody? @elmet ?? Jinger? =
a. Thimble b. Gail c6 Glo+e
d. 1andage e. not sure
C TEST
. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostio.hP
int sum#count(
void main(void)
QO 12P for(countD5(sumVD::count()
printf(B&dB#sum)(
R
a. The pgm goes to an infinite loop b. 9rints ,791%1%97,
c. 9rints ,791%%197,
d. 9rints 54%$11$%45 e. Got sure
$. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main(void)
Q
int i(O 12P for(iD$(iOD7(iVV)
printf(B&5dB#fno())(
R
fno()
Q
staticintf1D1#f$D1#f<(
return(f<Df1Vf$#f1Df$#f$Df<)(
R
a. produce synta! errors b. $ < 5 4 1< $1 will be displayed c.
$ $ $ $ $ $ will be displayed
d. none of the above e. Got sure
<. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
int ! D %!1$<,(
int y D %!5L74(
! D ! E %!5L74(
y D y W %!1$<,(
! D !\y(
printf(B&!HtB#!)(
! D ! W %!5L74(
y D y E %!1$<,(
y D y\!(
printf(B&!HtB#y)(
R
a. bbb< bbb7 b. bbb7 bbb< c.
,,,c ,,,4
d. ,,,4 ,,,c e. Got sure
,. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
int !(
! D %(
if (!D%)
printf (BAalue of ! is %B)(
else
printf (BAalue of ! is not %B)(
R
a. print value of ! is % b. print value of ! is not % c. does not
print anything on the screen
d. there is a synta! error in the if statement e. Got sure
5. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
Ninclude Ostring.hP
int foo(char X)(
void main (void)
Q
char arrT1%%U D QB/elcome to 6istralBR(
foo (arr)(
R
foo (char X!)
Q
printf (B&dHtB#strlen (!))(
printf (B&dHtB#si3eof(!))(
return%(
R
a. 1%% 1%% b. 14 1%% c. 14 14 d. 14
$ e. Got sure
L. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
display()
Q
printf (BHn @ello /orldB)(
return %(
R
void main (void)
Q
int (X funcYptr) ()(
funcYptr D display(
printf (BHn &uB#funcYptr)(
(X funcYptr) ()(
R
a. it prints the address of the function display and prints @ello /orld on the screen
b. it prints @ello /orld two times on the screen
c. it prints only the address of the fuction display on the screen
d. there is an error in the program e. Got sure
7. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
int i D %(
char ch D 7'7(
do
putchar (ch)(
while(iVV O 5 WW VVch OD 7J7)(
R
a. '1.->J will be displayed b.
''''''1.->J will displayed
c. character 7'7 will be displayed infinitely d. none e. Got
sure
4. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
Ndefine sum (a#b#c) aVbVc
Ndefine avg (a#b#c) sum(a#b#c)K<
Ndefine ge) (a#b#c) avg(a#b#c) PD L%
Ndefine lee (a#b#c) avg(a#b#c) OD L%
Ndefine des (a#b#c#d) (dDD1=ge)(a#b#c)?lee(a#b#c))
void main (void)
Q
int num D 7%(
char ch D 7%7(
float f D $.%(
if des(num#ch#f#%) puts (Blee..B)(
else puts(Bge)...B)(
R
a. synta! error b. ge)... will be displayed c. lee..
will be displayed
d. none e. Got sure
9. /hich of the following statement is correct=
a. si3eof(7X7) is e)ual to si3eof(int) b.
si3eof(7X7) is e)ual to si3eof(char)
c. si3eof(7X7) is e)ual to si3eof(double) d. none e. Got
sure
1%. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
char Xrev(int val)(
void main(void)
Q
e!tern char decTU(
printf (B&cB# Xrev)(
R
char Xrev (int val)
Q
char decTUDBabcdeB(
return dec(
R
a. prints abcde b. prints the
address of the array dec
c. prints garbage# address of the local variable should not returned d. print
a e. Got sure
11. /hat does the following program print=
void main(void)
Q
int i(
static int k(
if(kDD7%7)
printf(BoneB)(
else if(kDD ,4)
printf(BtwoB)(
else
printf(BthreeB)(
R
a. prints one b. prints two c.
prints three
d. prints one three e. Got sure
1$. /hat does the following program print=
NincludeOstdio.hP
void main(void)
Q
enum sub
Q
chemistry# maths# physics
R(
struct result
Q
char nameT<%U(
enum sub sc(
R(
struct result myYres(
strcpy (myYres.name#B9atrickB)(
myYres.scDphysics(
printf(Bname? &sHnB#myYres.name)(
printf(Bpass in sub8ect? &dHnB#myYres.sc)(
R
a. name? 9atrick b. name? 9atrick c.
name? 9atrick
pass in sub8ect? $ pass in sub8ect?< pass
in sub8ect?%
d. gives compilation errors e. Got sure
1<. /hat does
printf(B&sB#YJ0;>Y)( and printf(B&dB#Y;0G>Y)( do=
a. the first printf prints the name of the file and the second printf prints the line no?
of the second printf in the file
b. YJ0;>Y and Y;0G>Y are not valid parameters to printf function
c. linker errors will be generated d. compiler errors will be
generated e. Got sure
1,. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void swap (int !# int y# int t)
Q
t D !(
! D y(
y D t(
printf (B! inside swap? &dHt y inside swap ? &dHnB#!#y)(
R
void main(void)
Q
int !(
int y(
int t(
! D 99(
y D 1%%(
swap (!#y#t)(
printf (B! inside main?&dHt y inside main? &dB#!#y)(
R
a. ! inside swap ? 1%% y inside swap ? 99 ! inside main ? 1%% y inside main ? 99
b. ! inside swap ? 1%% y inside swap ? 99 ! inside main ? 99 y inside main ? 1%%
c. ! inside swap ? 99 y inside swap ? 1%% ! inside main ? 99 y inside main ? 1%%
d. ! inside swap ? 99 y inside swap ? 1%% ! inside main ? 1%% y inside main ? 99
e. Got sure
15. .onsider the following statements?
i) B while loop B is top tested loop ii) B for loop B is bottom tested
loop
iii) B do : while loopB is top tested loop iv) B while loopB and Bdo : while
loop B are top tested loops.
/hich among the above statements are false=
a. i only b. i E ii c. iii E i d. ii# iii E
iv e. Got sure
1L. .onsider the following piece of code?
char Xp D B60T2';B(
printf (B&cHtB# X(VVp))(
p :D1(
printf (B&cHtB# X(pVV))(
Gow# what does the two printf7s display=
a. 6 6 b. 6 0 c. 0 6 d. 6
e. Got sure
17. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
struct myYstruct
Q
int p?1(
int )?1(
int r?L(
int s?$(
R(
struct myYstruct bigstruct(
struct myYstruct1
Q
char m?1(
R(
struct myYstruct1 small struct(
void main (void)
Q
printf (B&d &dHnB#si3eof (bigstruct)#si3eof (smallstruct))(
R
a. 1% 1 b. $ $ c. $ 1 d. 1
1 e. Got sure
14. .onsider the following piece of code?
J0;> Xfp(
fp D fopen(Bmyfile.datB#BrB)(
Gow fp points to
a. the first character in the file.
b. a structure which contains a char pointer which points to the first character in the
file.
c. the name of the file. d. none of the
above. e. Got sure.
19. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
Ndefine Z2 (!) (!X!)
void main(void)
Q
int a#bD<(
a D Z2 (bV$)(
R
a. $5 b. 11 c. 17 d.
$1 e. Got sure.
$%. /hat does the declaration do=
int (Xmist) (void X# void X)(
a. declares mist as a function that takes two void X arguments and returns a pointer
to an int.
b. declares mist as a pointer to a function that has two void X arguments and returns
an int.
c. declares mist as a function that takes two void X arguments and returns an int.
d. there is a synta! error in the declaration. e. Got sure.
$1. /hat does the following program print=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
int mat T5UT5U#i#8(
int Xp(
p D E mat T%UT%U(
for (iD%(iO5(iVV)
for (8D%(8O5(8VV)
matTiUT8U D iV8(
printf (B&dHtB# si3eof(mat))( O 12P iD,(8D5(
printf( B&dB# X(pViV8))(
R
a. $5 9 b. $5 5 c. 5% 9 d. 5%
5 e. Got sure
$$. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
short ! D %!<<<<(
short y D %!,<$1(
long 3 D !(
3 D 3 OO 1L(
3 D 3 W y(
printf(B&1!HtB#3)(
3 D y(
3 D 3 PP 1L(
3 D 3 W !(
printf(B&1!HtB#3)(
3 D !(
y D ! EE y(
3 D y(
printf(B&1!HtB#3)(
R
a. ,<$1<<<< <<<< 1 b. <<<<,<$1 ,<$1 ,<$1 c.
<<<<,<$1 <<<< 1
d. ,<$1<<<< ,<$1 ,<$1 e. Got sure
$<. /hat is the output of the following program=
Ninclude Ostdio.hP
void main (void)
Q
char Xp D B1angaloreB(
Nif %
printf (B&sB# p)(
Nendif
R
a. synta! error Nif cannot be used inside main function b. prints
1angalore on the screen
c. does not print anything on the screen
d. program gives an error Bundefined symbol ifB e. Got
sure
$,. 0f ! is declared as an integer# y is declared as float# consider the following e!pression?
y D X(float X)E!(
/hich one of the following statments is true=
a. the program containing the e!pression produces compilation errors(
b. the program containing the e!pression produces runtime errors(
c. the program containing the e!pression compiles and runs without any errors(
d. none of the above e. Got sure
$5. /hat is the return type of calloc function=
a. int X b. void X c. no return type? return
type is void
d. int e. Got sure
The test is followed by a Technical and a @2 interview. The technical interview is highly
speciali3ed and covers almost all sub8ects you have done in your curriculum. pecial
emphasis is laid on . and -ata tructures. The technical interview is followed by an @ 2
interview
NONE# NET@A<E
The written paper is of !e .u3 0u3/ti! /!0 )!sists 30 8uesti!s -.i). /3e 0i7i0e0
i!t t.3ee se)ti!s ?
A1titu0e ection : 15 )uestions in $% minutes.
Te).!i)/2 ection : $5 )uestons in $% minutes.
C %363/44i!6 ection : 15 )uestions in $% minutes.
0n the technical section# )uestions from $i)313)ess3s9 O1e3/ti!6 S;ste4s9
C41ute3 Net-3:s et). are asked.
A22 8uesti!s /3e 4u2ti12e ).i)e t;1e.
The paper consists of three sections.
1. 'ptitude 15 )uestions $% min
$. ystem concepts $% )uestions $% min.
<. 7.7 15 )uestions $% min.
Se)ti! 1
.uestion ) to : ha+e to "e anse%e! on the "asis of the info%mation ,i+en "elo$
"n unday# -ecember $<# four ships were berthed at the 9ort.
hip / left at , 96 on unday# -ecember $<# for a series of 4:day cruises to
1ermuda and Gassau.
hip C left at ,?<% 96 on unday# -ecember $<# for a series of alternating11:day
and 1<:day cruises.
hip F sailed at 5 96 on unday# -ecember $<# for a series of 5:day cruises to
1ermuda.
hip [ sailed on 6onday# -ecmeber $,# for a series of 7:day cruises to Gassau.
>ach cruise begins on the day after departure.
>ach ship is scheduled to return to the 9ort early in the morning after the last day of the
cruise and leave again in the afternoon of the same day.
( Jrom 1999 1arrons 52> book 6odel Test < : ection 5 : Z4 to Z1$)
1. "n -ecember <1# which ships will be sailing from the 9ort on a Gew Fear7s >ve.
(a) / and C
(b) C and F
(c) / and [
(d) C and [
(e) C# F and [
'ns? (c)
$. "n how many sailing dates between -ecember $, and Jebruary $4 will ship / be
moored alongside another ship
(a) %
(b) $
(c) ,
(d) 5
(e) L
'ns? (d)
<. "n how many occasions between -ecember $, and Jebruary $4 will three ships be
moored at the 9ort.
(a) %
(b) 1
(c) $
(d) <
(e) ,
'ns? (a)
,. "n which day of the week will these four ships make most of their departures=
(a) unday
(b) 6onday
(c) Tuesday
(d) Thursday
(e) aturday
'ns? (b)
5. "n which days of the week in the period between -ecember $, and Jebruary $4 will
the pier be least crowded=
(a) Tuesday and Jriday
(b) Tuesday and Thursday
(c) Jriday and aturday
(d) /ednesday and Thursday
(e) Thursday and aturday
'ns? (a)
L. ' family with a husband# his wife and their child are at one side of river.
They want to cross the river on a boat. The child can7t be left alone.
The only available boat can hold only one person and the boatboy.
"nly the boatboy can row the boat.
/hat is the minimum number of trips from on bank to the other# that the boatboy has
to make
for the whole family to reach the other side.
.uestion 8 to )5 ha+e to "e anse%e! on the "asis of the info%mation ,i+en "elo$
The workweek in a small business is a five:day workweek running from 6onday through
Jriday.
0n each workweek# activities ;#6#G#" and 9 must all be done.The work is sub8ect to the
following restrictions?
; must be done earlier in the week than " and earlier than 9
6 must be done earlier in the week than G and earler than "
Go more than one of the activities can ever be done on any one day
7./hich of the following is an acceptable schedule starting from 6onday to Jriday
a) ;# 6# G# "# 9
b) 6# G# "# G# 6
c) "# G# ;# 9# 6
d) 9# "# ;# 6# ;
e) 9# "# ;# 6# G
'ns. (a)
4. /hich of the following pair of activies could be done on 6onday and Tuesday
a) ; and "
b) 6 and ;
c) 6 and 9
d) G and "
e) " and 6
'ns. (b)
9.0f 9 and G are done on Thursday and Jriday# then which of the following is true
a) ; is done on Tuesday
b) ; is done on /ednesday
c) 6 is done on 6onday
d) " is done on Tuesday
e) " is done on /ednesday
'ns. (e)
1%. /hich of the following could be true
a) ; on Jriday
b) 6 on Thursday
c) G on 6onday
d) " on 6onday
e) 9 on Tuesday
'ns. (e)
2est of the paper is based on similar )uestions.
0 donot remember them completely but 07ll 8ust give a basic idea about them below
X 5 programs are sheduled from monday to saturday# monday is not holiday#
9Z2T are the programs. The day before 9 is holiday# and some other clues are
given# we have to find the se)uence (, )uestions)
X uppose + 2 the presoner# There are two guards /ho will tell truth or
one will tell truth. There is a gate for liberty and another foe hell.
asking about which se)uencing is sufficient to find the gate for liberty==
X There are 7 targets# ' 1 and . has to shoot them.
'll should be shot down consecutively.
1. The number of chances for ' and 1 are not less then $#
$. . has only one chance
<. ' can7t shot < times consicutively.
,. 1 is permited to shoot in even chances only.
They have given some $ or < 6.Z )uestions on this.
Se)ti! 2
1. >ncryption and decryption is done in the following layer.
a) -;;
b) Getwork layer
c) Transport
d) 9resentation
'ns? (d)
$. Jloating point has different formats on two different machines.
This modifications are taken care by which layer=
a) -;;
b) Getwork layer
c) Transpor layer
d) 9resentation
'ns? (d)
<. Time comple!ity of )uick sort algorithm is
a) GXG
b) log(G)
c) GXlog(G)
d) G
'ns? (c)
,. Time comple!ity of 'A; tree is .
a) GXG
b) log(G)
c) GXlog(G)
d) G
'ns? (b)
5. .ycle stealing is used in which concept=
a) 9rogrammed 0K"
b) -6'
c) 0nterrupts
'ns? (b)
L. @ow many octets are there in an 09 address
a) L
b) 4
c)1%
d)1$
7./hat are the ma!imum number of hosts that can be served by an 09
a) $5,
b) $5L
c) $XX$,($ to the power $,)
4. /hich of the following is model representation of life cycle software
a) /ater fall model
b) piral
9. The purpose of reviewing code is
a) To find synta! error
b) Tocheck for the proper design
1%. emaphores are used for the resolution of
a) .ontention
b) 'ccessing of same resources by more than one
11.0n threading of processes when the race condition will happen
a) ;ow priority process
b) @igher priority process
(ee "...oncepts by ilberschat3)
1$./hich of the following function is not performed by "..
a) .9+ sheduling
b) 6emory management
c) Transaction
'ns? (c)
1<. 0f two applicaltion programmes uses same libraries which of following are shared
a) ;ib code
b) .ode and stack
c) -ata
d) -ata# code and stack
1,. /hich is the ma!imum 1L bit signed integer.
a) LL<<7
b) LL<<4
c) $57
d) $54
15./hen will interrupt occurs=
a) -ivide by 3ero
b) -6' completed
c) 0nsufficient memory
1L. /hich of the following has low power cosumption
a) >0;
b).6"
c) Totempole 'rrangement
17. /hich of the following is the wrong statement
a) .ominational circuits has memory
b) e)uential circuits has memory
c) e)uential circuits is a function of time
'ns? (a)
14.Airtual address is
a) 6ore than physical address
b) ;esstthan physical memory
c) >)ual to physical memory
d) Gone
'ns ? (a)
19. /hich of the following reduces .9+ burden
'ns ? -6'
$%. 6alloc function allocates memory at
a) compilation time
b)link
c)load
d)running
'ns? d
Se)ti! 3
1.6a! value of 05G>- int
$. ' long . program is given :: try to be familiar with few of the concepts listed below
int XnumDQ1%#1#5#$$#9%R(
main()
Q
int Xp#X)(
int i(
pDnum(
)DnumV$(
iDXpVV(
print the value of i# and ):p# and some other operations are there.
R
how the values will change=

<. "ne pointer diff is given like this?
int X(XpT1%U)(char X# charX)
>!plain the variable assignment

,. char XaT,UDQB8ayaB#BmaheB#BchandraB#BbuchiBR(
/hat is the value of si3eof(a) Ksi3eof(char X)

5. Jor the following . program
void fn(int Xa# int Xb)
Qint Xt(
tDa(
aDb(
bDt(
R
main()
Qint aD$(
int bD<(
fn(Ea#Eb)(
printf(B&d#&dB# a#b)(
R
/hat is the output=
a) >rror at runtime
b) .ompilation error
c) $ <
d) < $

L. Jor the following . program
Ndefine scanf B&s is a stringB
main()
Qprintf(scanf#scanf)(
R
/hat is the output.
'ns. &s is string is string

7. Jor the following . program
Qchar XpDBabcB(
char X)DBabc1$<B(
while(XpDX))
print(B&c &cB#Xp#X))(
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a) aabbcc
b) aabbcc1$<
c) abcabc1$<
d) infinate loop

4. /hat is the value of the following?
printf(B&uB#:1)
a) :1
b) 1
c) L5<<L

9. Jor the following . program
Ndefine void int
int iD<%%(
void main(void)
Qint iD$%%(
Qint iD1%%(
print the value of i(R
print the value of i(R
/hat is the output=

1%. Jor the following . program
int !D$(
!D!OO$(
printf(B&d B#!)(
'ns. 4
11. Jor the following . program
int aTUDQ%#%C,#,#9R( KXsome values are givenXK
int iD$(
printf(B&d &dB#aTiU#iTaU)(
/hat is the value=
NEC#EUS SD@
The written test consists of three sections.
Se)ti! 1 is an /1titu0e se)ti! and consists of $CQIs
Se)ti! 2 is te).!i)/2 se)ti! and also has $CQIs with )uestions concerning OS and
programming languages like C 9 C52 /!0 C/7/
A1titu0e Se)ti!
Z. 5 men or 4 women do e)ual amount of work in a day. a 8ob re)uires < men and 5
women to finish the 8ob in 1% days how many woman are re)uired to finish the 8ob in 1,
days.
a) 1%
b) 7
c) L
d) 1$
'ns 7
Z. ' simple interest amount of rs 5%%% for si! month is rs $%%. what is the anual rate of
interest=
a) 1%&
b) L&
c) 4&
d) 9&
'ns 4&
Z. 0n ob8ective test a correct ans score , marks and on a wrong ans $ marks are :::. a
student score ,4% marks from 15% )uestion. how many ans were correct=
a) 1$%
b) 1<%
c) 11%
d) 15%
'ns1<%.
Z. 'n artical sold at amount of 5%& the net sale price is rs ,$5 .what is the list price of
the artical=
a) 5%%
b) ,44
c) ,4%
d) 51%
'ns 5%%
Te).!i)/2 Se)ti!
Z. Fou are creating a 0nde! on >69G" column in the >69;"F>> table. /hich
statement will you use=
a) .2>'T> 0Gd>C empYempnoYid! "G employee# empno(
b) .2>'T> 0Gd>C empYempnoYid! J"2 employee# empno(
c) .2>'T> 0Gd>C empYempnoYid! "G employee(empno)(
d) .2>'T> empYempnoYid! 0Gd>C "G employee(empno)(
'ns. c
Z. /hich program construct must return a value=
a) 9ackage
b) Junction
c) 'nonymous block
d) tored 9rocedure
e) 'pplication 9rocedure
'ns. b
Z. /hich tatement would you use to remove the >69;"F>>Y0dY9I 9206'2F I>F
constraint and all depending constraints fromthe >69;"F>> table=
a) ';T>2 T'1;> employee d2"9 9206'2F I>F .'.'d>(
b) ';T>2 T'1;> employee d>;>T> 9206'2F I>F .'.'d>(
c) 6"d0JF T'1;> employee d2"9 ."GT2'0GT employeeYidYpk .'.'d>(
d) ';T>2 T'1;> employee d2"9 9206'2F I>F employeeYidYpk .'.'d>(
e) 6"d0JF T'1;> employee d>;>T> 9206'2F I>F employeeYidYpk .'.'d>(
'ns. a
Z. /hich three commands cause a transaction to end= (.hosse three)
a) ';T>2
b) 52'GT
c) ->;>T>
d) 0G>2T
e) +9d'T>
f) 2";;1'.I
'ns. a #b #f
Z. +nder which circumstance should you create an inde! on a table=
a) The table is small.
b) The table is updated fre)uently.
c) ' columns values are static and contain a narrow range of values
d) Two columns are consistently used in the /@>2> clause 8oin condition of >;>.T
statements.
'ns.d
Z. /hat is the common standard naming convention of checkbo! control=
a) .@1
b) .@I
c) .@C
d) .1C
Z. /hich of the function returns a reference to an ob8ect provided by an 'ctiveC
component.
a) createob8ect
b) getob8ectname
c) createob8ect!
d) getob8ect
Z. /e have something like 5lobal functions in *'A'# they are called as .....
a) class
b) package
c) file
d) include
Z. /hich all " supports Getworking=
a) /indows 95
b) ;inu!
c) /indows <.%
d) +ni!
Z. /hich of the following is not an 2d16=
a) 0ngres
b) "racle
c) +nify
d) .lipper
Z. hell function in A1 is used for calling
a) 'nother Junction
b) 'nother 9rocedure
c) 'nother 'pplication
d) Gone
Z. The 2d16 which satisfies the most number of its 9rinciple among the followings
a) 6 )lerver
b) "racle 7.<
c) 0nformi!
d) ybase
Z. Gormali3ation is considered to be complete when it is in
a) econd Jorm
b) Third Jorm
c) Jirst Jorm
d) Gone
Z. Two databases can be connected with
a) /here .lause
b) creating link
c) using dbo.OdatabaseP
d) 1oth 1 E .
Z. .VV is similar to that of . in following ways
a) .VV has classes
b) upports 0nheritance
c) Jile @andling
d) Gone
Z. /hich of the following is not system file.
a) .ini
b) .sys
c) .com
d) Gone
Z. Jollowing command is used to register any dll or oc! in registry of the system
a) regserver<$
b) registersvr
c) regsrv<$
d) regsvr<$
Z. /hich keyword is used to unregister any dll or oc! in registry of the system
a) :u
b) :r
c) :d
d) :!
Z. /hich is not the most important E widely used form of Gormali3ation =
a) 1oyce:.odd Gormal Jorm
b) econd Jorm
c) Third Jorm
d) 2oyce:.odd Gormal Jorm
Z. @ow can the word F> be stored in any array.
a)
arrayT1U D 7F7
arrayT$U D 7>7
arrayT<U D 77
arrayT,U D 7H%7
b)
arrayT%U D BFB
arrayT1U D B>B
arrayT$U D BB
arrayT<U D BH%B
c)
arrayT1U D BFB
arrayT$U D B>B
arrayT<U D BB
d)
arrayT%U D 7F7
arrayT1U D 7>7
arrayT$U D 77
arrayT<U D 7H%7
Z. /hich of the following keyword is used to e!it unconditionally from the batch=
a) go
b) return
c) 1egin E >nd
d) .ommit Tran
Z. SD is a :::::::::: operator.
a) relational
b) logical
c) tring
d) arithmetic
Z. /hat was the first name given to *ava 9rogramming ;anguage.
a) "ak : *ava
b) mall Talk
c) "ak
d) Gone
'ns.a
Z. The synta! of *ava is similar to that of
a) .
b) mall Talk
c) J"2T2'G
d) .VV
Z. /hich of the following statement is true
Table in a database can have
a) "ne Gon:.lustered 0nde! and 6any .lustered 0nde!es.
b) "ne .lustered 0nde! and 6any Gon:.lustered 0nde!es.
c) "ne 0nde! each of .lustered and Gon:.lustered 0nde!.
d) Gone
Z. .heck the error in the following statement
.ountryT7U D 7.'G'-'7
a) ' string terminator is not added to the string# when declared.
b) .ountry array should be of si!
c) .anada should be specified in double )uotes.
d) .ountry array should have the keyword char to ensure array type.
Z. 'n application updates table B'B#which causes trigger T1 to fire. T1 updates table B1B#
which in turns fires trigger T$. T$ updates table B'B# which causes trigger T1 to fire
again. This is an e!ample of
a) 0ndirect 2ecursive Trigger
b) direct 2ecursive Trigger
c) 6ultiple Trigger
d) Gon 2ecursive Trigger
Z. ;inda wants to obtain the nearest integer of a numeric e!pression for some calculation
purpose. /hich mathematical function will she use?
a) 2ound
b) '1
c) 'bout
d) Gone
Z. 'lphanumeric constants are
a) used for arithmetic calculations
b) +sed with double )uotas
c) "f integer type or float type
d) Got used for arithmetic calculations
Z. 9seudocode is a
a) set of 0nstructions to perform a particular task
b) is a formali3ed graphic representation of program logic.
c) is a algorithm e!pressed in a simple language
d) 1oth ' E .
Z. ' company has closed down its advertisement dept and is now getting all
advertisement done by an 'd:'gency. 'll $% people working in the dept has )uit the 8ob.
The dept to which an employee belonged was stored in the BcdeptB attribute of BempB
table. /hich of the following statement would be used to do the changes in the BempB
table
a) 'lter Table
b) -rop Table
c) -elete Table
d) Truncate Table
Z. *ohn wants to retrieve all records from students table who live in any city beginning
with /' . /hich of the following statement is to be e!ecuted by him
a) elect X from students where city D 7/'7
b) elect X from students where city D 7/'&7
c) elect X from students where city in 7/'7
d) elect X from students where city like 7/'&7
Z. /hy is a 6odulo operator used=
a) 0t is used to determined the remainder# when an integer is divided by another.
b) 0t is used to calculate the percentage
c) 0t is used to determine the factorial of a number.
d) 0t is used as a relational operator.
Z. .onsider the following program?
character cGameT5U D 7great7
Gumeric nGum1#nGum$ D%
Jor (nGum1 D %(nGum1DP5(nGum1VV)
Q
if(cGameTnGum1U DD 7a7W cGameTnGum1U SD 7e7W cGameTnGum1U D D 7i7W
cGameTnGum1U SD 7o7W cGameTnGum1U DD 7u7W)
Q
nGum$ VV
R
R
display nGum$
/hat does nGum$ display.
a) $
b) 1
c) 5
d) <
The test is followed by a Technical and a @2 interview. The technical interview is highly
speciali3ed and covers almost all sub8ects you have done in your curriculum. pecial
emphasis is laid on . and -ata tructures. The technical interview is followed by an @ 2
interview.

O<AC#E CO<%O<ATION
The written test consists of 30 8uesti!s which are of $ultiple Choice Question type.
The first ten )uestions are based on the /!/2;ti)/2 and 3e/s!i!6 abilities. The ne!t ten
)uestions are 0/t/5/se based and are simple. The last ten )uestions are based on C
language. The 0u3/ti! of the test is minutes
1. Three beauty pageant finalists:.indy# 'my and ;inda:The winner was musician. The
one who was not last or first was a math ma8or. The one who came in third had black hair.
;inda had red hair. 'my had no musical abilities. /ho was first=
(') .indy (1) 'my (.) ;inda (-) Gone
of these
$. Two twins have certain peculiar characteristics. "ne of them always lies on 6onday#
/ednesday# Jriday. The other always lies on Tuesdays# Thursday and aturdays. "n the
other days they tell the truth. Fou are given a conversation.
9erson ': today is unday# my name is 'nil
9erson 1:today is Tuesday# my name is 1ill /hat day is
today=
(') unday (1) Tuesday (.) 6onday
(-) Thursday
<. The difference of a number and its reciprocal is 1K$.The sum of their s)uares is
(') 9K, (1) ,K5 (.) 5K< (-) 7K,
,. The difference of a number and its s)uare is 47%./hat is the number=
(') ,$ (1) $9 (.) <% (-) <$
5. ' trader has 1%% Ig of wheat# part of which he sells at 5& profit and the rest at $%&
profit. @e gains 15& on the whole. Jind how much is sold at 5& profit=
(') L% (1) 5% (.) LL.LL
(-) <<.<
L. /hich of the following points are collinear=
(') (<#5) (,#L) ($#7) (1) (<#5) (,#7) ($#<)
(.) (,#5) (,#L) ($#7) (-) (L#7) (7#4) ($#7)
7. ' man leaves office daily at 7pm.a driver with car comes from his home to pick him
from office and bring back home. "ne day he gets free at 5.<% and instead of waiting for
driver he starts walking towards home. 0n the way he meets the car and returns home on
car. @e reaches home $% minutes earlier than usual. 0n how much time does the man
reach home usually=
(') 1 hr $% min (1) 1 hr (.) 1 hr 1% min
(-) 55 min
4. 0f m?n D $?<#the value of <mV5nKLm:n is
(') 7K< (1) <K7 (.) 5K< (-) <K5
9. ' dog taken four leaps for every five leaps of hare but three leaps of the dog is e)ual to
four leaps of the hare. .ompare speed=
(') 1$?1L (1) 19?$% (.) 1L?15 (-) 1%?1$
1%. ' watch ticks 9% times in 95 seconds. 'nd another watch ticks <15 times in <$< secs.
0f they start together# how many times will they tick together in first hour=
(') 1%% times (1) 1%1 times (.) 99 times
(-) 1%$ times
11. The purpose of defining an inde! is
(') >nhance orting 9erformance (1) >nhance earching
9erformance
(.) 'chieve Gormali3ation (-) 'll of the above
1$. ' transaction does not necessarily need to be
(') .onsistent (1) 2epeatable (.) 'tomic (-) 0solated
1<. To group users based on common access permission one should use
(') +ser 5roups (1) 2oles (.) 5rants (-) Gone of the
above
1,. 9;KZ; uses which of the following
(') Go 1inding (1) >arly 1inding (.) ;ate 1inding
(-) -eferred 1inding
15. /hich of the constraint can be defined at the table level as well as at the column level
(') +ni)ue (1) Got Gull (.) .heck (-) 'll the
above
1L. To change the default date format in a Z;9;+ ession you have to
(') et the new format in the -'T>YJ"26'T key in the windows 2egistry.
(1) 'lter session to set G;Y-'T>:J"26'T.
(.) .hange the .onfig.ora Jile for the date base.
(-) .hange the +ser 9rofile +>2:-'T>:J"26'T.
17. /hich of the following is not necessarily an advantages of using a package rather
than independent stored procedure in data base.
(') 1etter performance. (1) "ptimi3ed memory
usage.
(.) implified ecurity implementation. (-) >ncapsulation.
14. 0ntegrity constrains are not checked at the time of
(') -.; tatements. (1) -6; tatements.
(.) --; tatements. (-) 0t is checked all the above cases.
19. 2oll 1ack segment is not used in case of a
(') -.; tatements. (1) -6; tatements. (.) --; tatements.
(-) all of the above.
$%. 'n 'rc relationship is applicable when
(') "ne child table has multiple parent relation# but for anyone instance of a child
record only one of the relations is applicable.
(1) "ne column of a table is related to another column of the same table.
(.) ' child table is dependent on columns other than the primary key columns of
the parent table.
(-) Gone of the above.
$1. /hat is true about the following . functions=
(') Geed not return any value. (1) hould always return an
integer.
(.) hould always return a float. (-) hould always return more
than one value.
$$. enum number Q aD:1# bD,# c#d#e#R what is the value of e=
(') 7 (1) , (.) 5 (-) <
$<. /hich of the following about automatic variables within a function is correct=
(') 0ts type must be declared before using the variable. (1) They are
local.
(.) They are not initiali3ed to 3ero. (-) They are
global.
$,. .onsider the following program segment
int n# sumD5(
switch(n)
Q
case $?sumDsum:$(
case <?sumXD5(
break(
default?sumD%(
R
if nD$# what is the value of the sum=
(') % (1) 15 (.) < (-) Gone of
these.
$5. /hich of the following is not an infinite loop=
(') !D%( (1) N define T2+> %....
doQ /hile(T2+>)Q....R
KX! unaltered within the loopXK (.) for((() Q....R
....R
/hile(!DD%)( (-) /hile(1) Q....R
$L. "utput of the following program is
main()
Q
int iD%(
for(iD%(iO$%(iVV)
Q
switch(i)Q
case %?
iVD5(
case 1?
iVD$(
case 5?
iVD5(
default?
iVD,(
break(
R
R
R
(') 5#9#1<#17 (1) 1$#17#$$ (.) 1L#$1 (-) synta!
error.
$7. /hat does the following function print=
func(int i)
Q
if(i&$) return %(
else return 1(
R
main()
Q
int iD<(
iDfunc(i)(
iDfunc(i)(
printf(B&dB#i)(
R
(') < (1) 1 (.) % (-) $
$4. /hat will be the result of the following program=
charXg()
Q
static char !T1%$,U(
return !(
R
main()
Q
charXg1DBJirst tringB(
strcpy(g()#g1)(
g1Dg()(
strcpy(g1#Becond tringB)(
printf(B'nswer is?&sB# g())(
R
(') 'nswer is? Jirst tring (1) 'nswer is? econd tring
(.) 2un time >rrorK.ore -ump (-) Gone of these
$9. .onsider the following program
main()
Q
int aT5UDQ1#<#L#7#%R(
int Xb(
bDEaT$U(
R
The value of bT:1U is
(') 1 (1) < (.) :L
(-) none
<%. 5iven a piece of code
int !T1%U(
int Xab(
abD!(
To access the Lth element of the array which of the following is incorrect=
(') X(!V5) (1) !T5U (.) abT5U
(-) X(XabV5R .
<A$CO SYSTE$
The written test consists of both /1titu0e and a te).!i)/2 test.
The /1titu0e se)ti! of the test has 60 Questi!s of $CQ type. These further consist of
30 Zuestions each on Qu/!tit/ti7e and Ne35/2. ' good guide for this section will be
1aron7s 52> preperation book.
The te).!i)/2 se)ti! is based mostly on C concepts and programming.
A%TITUDE TEST
Di%ections$ Each of the folloin, question has a question an! to statements la"elle! as
2i3 an! 2ii36 Use the !ata>info%mation ,i+en in 2i3 an! 2ii3 to !eci!e hethe% the !ata a%e
sufficient to anse% the question %eco%! #ou% anse% as
') 0f you can get the answer from (1)alone but not from ($)
1) 0f you can get the answer from ($)alone but not from (1)
.) 0f can get the answer from (1)and ($)together #although neither statement by itself
suffice
-) 0f statement (1)alone suffices and statement ($) alone also suffice.
>) 0f can7t get the answer from statements (1) and ($) together and you need more data.
Z1)/hat will be the population of city C in 1991=
1) 9opulation of the city has 55& annual growth rate
$) in 1991#the population of city C was 4 million
'ns?.
Z$) /as it 2ani7s birthday yesterday=
1);ata spends 2s.1%% on 2ani7s birthday
$);ata spent 2s.1%% yesterday
'ns? >
Z<)0s <X5 or is ,XL greater =
1)aXb DbXa
$)aXb is the remainder of ab&(aVb)
'ns?1
Z,)/ill the graph C:F pass through the origin=
1) ! proportional to the F
$)increment in y per units rise of ! is fi!ed.
'ns?>
Z5) /hat was the value of the machine $ years ago=
1) the deprecition of the value of the machine per year is 1%&
$)present value of the machine is rs 4%%%K
'ns?.
ZL) /hat will be the area of a s)uare that can be inscribed in a circle=
1) 2adius of the circle is T
$) ;ength of a diagonal of the s)uare is $r
'ns?-
Z7) .an it be concluded that the port made more profit in 1944 than in 1947
1) 1947
Total tonnage handled by the port 1%
million tonnes
>!penditure made by the port to handle one
tonne of cargo
2s.$%K:
$) 1944
Total tonnage handled by the port 1$.5 million
tonnes
>!penditure made by the port to handle one tonne of
cargo 2s $5K:
'ns? >

Z4) There are two figures vi3.# a circle and a s)uare. /hich having greater area=
1) 9erimeter of the circle is the same as the perimeter of the s)uare.
$) >leven times the radius is e)ual to seven times the length of one side of the s)uare.
'ns? -
Z9) ' candidate who was found to be under weightin medical test had been selected
provisionally sub8ect to his attainment of L%Ig weight within one year. /hat should be
the percentage increase of his weightso that selection is confirmed after one year.
1) /eight (Ig)D1LV4 @eight (ft) is standard e)uation for the 0ndian population. The
candidates height is 5.5
$) @is present weight is 55Ig.
'ns? -
Z1%) 0s angle bD9%
1) sinXX$(b)VcosXX$(b)D1
$) sinXX$(b):VcosXX$(b)D1
'ns? >
Z11) /hat will be the average age of workers of an 0nstitution after two years=
1) 9resent average age is <5 years
$) There are total $% workers in the 0nstitution
'ns? '
Z1$) .an it be concluded that firestry is getting increasing importance in 0ndia=
( -isregarding the change in money value )
1)
N/4e , t.e 12/!
E=1e!0itu3e ! F3est
>C33es , 3u1ees?
Jirst five year plan
econd five year plan
1%
19
$)
N/4e , t.e 12/!
E=1e!0itu3e ! F3est
>C33es , 3u1ees?
Jirst five year plan
econd five year plan
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9$.5
'ns? >
Z1<) 0s '1P'6 ( ' Triangle is given )
1) '1O'.
$) 6 is any point other than 1 and . on 1.
'ns? >
Z1,) 0s C\$VF\$OCVF=
1) %OCO1
$) %OFO1 and CSDF (C not e)ual to F)
'ns? .
Z15) .an it be concluded that angle '1" D angle "-.
1) '1.- is a 9arallelogram and " is the point of intersection of the diagonals.
$) 'ngle -". D75deg. and angle -'" D<5deg.
'ns? '
Z1L) /hat is the value of !Vy=
1) $yD!VL
$) 5!D1%y:<%
'ns? >
Z17) @ow many students are there in the class=
1) <% students play foot ball and ,% play cricket .
$)>ach student plays either foot ball or cricket or both.
'ns? >
Z14) /hat is the value of a?b=
1) aD!V1%&of!
$) bDaV1%&ofa
'ns? 1
Z19) /hat is the ma!imum value of the e!pression 5V4!:4!\$=
1) ! is real
$) ! is not positive
'ns? .
Z$%) /hat will be the value of the greatest angle of the triangle '1.=
1) 'ngles of the triangle are in the ration $?5?<
$) The side opposite to the greatest angle is the longest side.
'ns? '
Z$1) /hat is the range of values of !=
1)( !:$ ) K ( $! V 5 ) O 1K<
$)$! K< V 17K< P <! : $%
'ns? -
Z$$) "f the two which one is the greater :: :<K! # :<Ky=
1) !#yP%
$) !Oy
'ns? .
Z$<) /hat percentage of the candidates passed both in science and mathematics=
1) 5$ percent of the candidates failed in science
$) ,$& of the candidates failed in mathematics
'ns? .
Z$,) @ow much pure @$", (@ydro ulphuric 'cid) should be added to bring down the
percentage of impuritity to 5&=
1). 5% liters of pure @$", was diluted
$). dilution was to the e!tent of $%&
'ns?.
Z$5) /hat is the cost of building when archtects feeses was 7%#%%%
1. 'rchitect gets 1%& for the first 2s. 5%%%% of the cost of building
$. 'rchitect gets <& on the cost of the building over 5%%%%
'ns?.
Z$L) /hat is the value of 1.=( here one triangle figure is there )
1). '9D,
$). 9ZD5
'ns? >
Z$7) /hat is the area of the shaded portion (assume '1# .- are arcs of two circles with
centre at %.)@ere one arc figure is there
1). .'D$%m
$). .1D5m
'ns?.
Z$4) /hat is the area of the greatest circle that can be out from rectangular paper
1). length of the paper is <%cm
$). /idth of the paper is $1cm
'ns?1
Z$9) F is what percentage of C=
1). %.<!DF
$). <!:1%yD%
'ns?-
Z<%) /hat is the area of the trape3ium abcd where ab is 5cm
1. 1.D7.6
$. '1V.-D 1L.6
Directions $0 Each sentence "elo has one o% to "lan&s6Choose the o%! f%om the set of
o%!s fo% each "lan& that "est fits the meanin, of the sentence as a hole6
Z<1) The air was bitter cold# the temperature well below the free3ing point # yet they
found themselves :::::: freely as they clambered up the steep northern slope
'ns? disporting
Z<$) /e were taken when we heard of his defection # never having suspected that he was
anything but loyal. o capable had been his :::: or and devotion to cease
'ns? presentiment
Z<<) /ar and peace are mutually ::::::: states of being and war to preserve peace is not a
parado! . 0t is a :::::
'ns? incompatible :: contradiction
Z<,) 'lthough the in8ury appeared ::::::# the e!amination by the ophthomologist
revealed that he would need immediate surgery to save his sight.
'ns? superficial
Z<5 to Z,% : "n similar pattern as above.
A!t!;4s
Z,1. corroborative :::: refutable
Z,$. obno!ious :::: harmless
Z,<. sanction :::: hinder
Z,,. empirical :::: e!perimental
Z,5. aborigine :::: emigrant

Di3e)ti!s for )uestions 5L: L% . Zuestions 5L :L% are based on the following
information?
A 'o%t has fou% "e%ths ;HKHXHD6 Of these to a%e ,ene%al ca%,o "e%thH one is a fe%tilise%
"e%th an! one is fo% liqui! ca%,oH ;hen +essel A a%%i+e! it as "e%the! at "e%th K "ut
+essel A hich alon, ith A ha! to ait '%io% to "e%thin, as +essel C as o%&in, in
"e%th D an! +essel D as o%&in, in "e%th ; 6Kessel E came to unloa! fe%tilise% an! !i!
not ha+e to ait6 All a%e s'ecilise! "e%ths i6e6 ,ene%al ca%,o +essel has to o%& onl# in a
,ene%al ca%,o "e%th6 So is t%ue fo% fe%tilise% +essel an! liqui! ca%,o +essel6
Z5L. The vessel > should be alotted to the berth.
'ns? C
Z57. /hich of the following berth can accept a vessel carrying li)uid cargo::/# A# C# F
'ns? A
Z54. /hich of the following is not a general cargo vessel::' #1# .# -# >
'ns?'
Z59. Total number of general cargo vessels mentioned in the above description is
'ns?<
ZL%. /hcih of the following allotments is possible
'ns? 1 to /
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SATYA$ CO$%UTE<S
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The atyam paper provided here is a two year old paper. The pattern could have
changed by now. /e will try to get the latest papers as soon as possible. The paper is
primarily divided into $ sections?
Se)ti! Q1
This section tests a candidate7s 26i)/2 and /!/2;ti)/2 /5i2it; along with the
7)/5u2/3;.The )uestions asked in this section are based on the CAT 1/tte3!.
Jor the quantitati+e 'a%t#it is /dvisable to solve s1ee0 and 0ist/!)e9 1i1es and )iste3!s
and ti4e and -3: 1352e4s from <.S. A66/3-/2Is $/t.e4/ti)/ti)s ,3 $*A or any
other management entrance coaching material.
Othe% %ef%ences$1arron7s ($AT preparation guide.
Se)ti!Q2
This is the te).!i)/2 se)ti!.'long with the candidate7s grasp on the sub8ect# the section
also tests the 6e!e3/2 /-/3e!ess of the candidate in hisKher te).!i)/2 ,ie20.
Fou may also be asked to write 5/si) 1363/4s like finding the ,/)t3i/2 of a
number#s8u/3es of n natural numbers # etc6 .
%A%E< 1--(ENE<A# A%TITUDE
Di3e)ti!s"E/). 8uesti! 6i7e! 5e2- )!sists , / -309 ,22-e0 5; ,u3 -30s 3
1.3/ses. C.se t.e 2ette3e0 -30 3 1.3/se t./t is 4st !e/32; 11site i! 4e/!i!6
t t.e -30 i! t.e 8uesti!.
ANTONY$S
1. -isregarded
(a) heed
(b) hopeful
(c) evade
(d) dense
'ns. (a)
$. "bviate
(a) becloud
(b) necessitate
(c) rationali3e
(d) e!ecute
'ns. (b)
<. uperficial
(a) profound
(b) e!aggerated
(c) sub8ective
(d) spirited
'ns. (a)
,. 'bide
(a) retract an offer
(b) refuse to endure
(c) shield from harm
(d) e!onerate
'ns. (b)
5. 'cerbity
(a) noteworthiness
(b) hypocrisy
(c) mildness of temperament
(d) lack of an!iety
'ns. (c)

Di3e)ti!s" E/). 8uesti! 3 63u1 , 8uesti!s is 5/se0 ! / 1/ss/6e 3 set ,
)!0iti!s. F3 e/). 8uesti!9 se2e)t t.e 5est /!s-e3 ).i)e 6i7e!.
Quesiti!s 6-9
0n a certain society# there are two marriage groups# 2ed and 1rown. Go marriage is
permitted within a group. "n marriage# males become part of their wife7s group? women
remain in their own group. .hildren belong to the same group as their parents. /idowers
and divorced males revert to the group of their birth. 6arriage to more than one person at
the same time and marriage to a direct descendant are forbidden.
L. ' 1rown female could have had
0. a grandfather born 2ed
00. a grandmother born 2ed
000. two grandfathers born 1rown
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 0 and 00 only
(d) 00 and 000 only
(e) 0#00 and 000
'ns. (c)
7. ' male born into the 1rown group may have
(a) an uncle in either group
(b) a 1rown daughter
(c) a 1rown son
(d) a son:in:law born into the 2ed group
(e) a daughter:in:law in the 2ed group
'ns. (a)
4. /hich of the following is not permitted under the rules stated=
(a) ' 1rown male marrying his father7s sister
(b) ' 2ed female marrying her mother7s brother
(c) ' man born 2ed# who is now a widower# marrying his brother7s widow
(d) ' widower marrying his wife7s sister
(e) ' widow marrying her divorced daughter7s e!:husband
'ns. (b)
9. 0f widowers and divorced males retained the group they had upon marrying# which of
the following would have been permissible=('ssume no previous marriages occurred)
(a) ' woman marrying her dead sister7s husband
(b) ' woman marrying her divorced daughter7s e!:husband.
(c) ' widower marrying his brother7s daughter
(d) ' woman marrying her mother7s brother# who is a widower
(e) ' divorced male marrying his e!:wife7s divorced sister
'ns. (d)

Questi!s 10-13
Tom wishes to enroll in ;atin ''# anskrit '# 'rmenian ;iterature $$1# and .eltic
;iterature 7%1.
;atin '' meets five days a week# either from 9 to 11 '.6 or from $ to , 9.6.
anskrit ' meets either Tuesday and Thursday from 1$ noon to < 9.6.# or 6onday#
/ednesday# and Jriday
from 1% '.6 to 1$ noon.
'rmenian ;iterature $$1 meets either 6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday from 1$?<% to $
9.6.# or Tuesday and Thursday
from 1%?<% '.6 to 1$?<% 9.6
.eltic ;iterature 7%1 meets by arrangement with the instructor# the only re)uirement
being that it meet for one four:hour session or two two:hour sessions per week# between
9'.6 and , 9.6 from 6onday to Jriday# beginning on the hour.
1%. /hich combination is impossible for Tom=
(a) ;atin in the morning# anskrit on Tuesday and Thursday# and 'rmenian ;iterature on
6onday# /ednesday# Jriday
(b) ;atin in the afternoon and anskrit and 'rmenian ;iterature on 6onday# /ednesday#
and Jriday.
(c) ;atin in the afternoon# anskrit on 6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday#and 'rmenian
;iterature on Tuesday and Thursday
(d) ;atin in the morning and anskrit and 'rmenian ;iterature on 6onday# /ednesday#
and Jriday
(e) ;atin in the afternoon# 'rmenian ;iterature on 6onday# /ednesda and Jriday# and
.eltic ;iterature on Tuesday
'ns. (d)
11. /hich of the following gives the greatest number of alternatives for scheduling .eltic
;iterature# assuming that all other courses
(a) ;atin in the afternoon and 'rmenian ;iterature 6onday# /ednesday and Jriday
(b) anskrit on Tuesday and Thursday and 'rmenian ;iterature on 6onday# /ednesday
and Jriday
(c) ;atin in the afternoon and 'rmenian ;iterature Tuesday and Thursday
(d) ;atin in the morning and anskrit on Tuesday and Thursday
(e) anskrit on 6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday. and 'rmenian ;iterature on Tuesday and
Thursday
'ns. (a)
1$. 0f the .eltic instructor insists on holding at least one session on Jriday# in which of
the following can Tom enroll=
(0) 'rmenian ;iterature on 6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday
(00) anskrit on 6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) both 0 and 00
(d) 0 or 00 but not both
(e) neither 0 nor 00
'ns. (d)
1<. /hich of the following additional courses# meeting as indicated# can Tom take=
(a) 6aths::6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday from 1%'.6 to 1$ noon
(b) Jrench::6onday# /ednesday# and Jriday from 11'.6 to 1$?<% 9.6
(c) >nglish::Tuesday and Thursday from $ to , 9.6
(d) *apenese::Tuesday and Thursday from 1 to < 9.6
(e) "ld Gorse:0celandic::6onday only from 1$ to < 9.6
'ns. (b)

Questi!s 14-18
(1) 'shland is north of >ast ;iverpool and west of .oshocton
($) 1owling 5reen is north of 'shland and west of Jredericktown
(<) -over is south and east of 'shland
(,) >ast ;iverpool is north of Jredricktown and east of -over
(5) Jredricktown is north of -over and west of 'shland
(L) .oshocton is south of Jredricktown and west of -over
1,. /hich of the towns mentioned is furthest to the northwest =
(a) 'shland
(b) 1owling 5reen
(c) .oshocton
(d) >ast ;iverpool
(e) Jredericktown
'ns. (b)
15. /hich of the following must be both north and east of Jredricktown=
(0) 'shland
(00) .oshocton
(000) >ast ;iverpool
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 000 only
(d) 0 and 00
(e) 0 and 000
'ns. (e)
1L. /hich of the following towns must be situated both south and west of at least one
other town=
(a) 'shland only
(b) 'shland and Jredricktown
(c) -over and Jredricktown
(d) -over#.oshocton and Jredricktown
(e) -over#.oshocton and >ast ;iverpool
'ns. (d)
17. /hich of the following statements# if true# would make the information in the
numbered statements more specific=
(a) .oshocton is north of -over
(b) >ast ;iverpool is north of -over
(c) 'shland is east of 1owling 5reen
(d) .oshocton is east of Jredericktown
(e) 1owling 5reen is north of Jredericktown
'ns. (a)
14. /hich of the numbered statements gives information that can be deduced from one or
more of the other statement=
(a) (1)
(b) ($)
(c) (<)
(d) (,)
(e) (L)
'ns. (c)

Questi!s 19-22
pelunkers 0nternational offers e!ploring tours in eight caves? 'bbott# 1enny# .aeser#
-angerfield# >well# Jields# 5uinness# and @ope
(1) .lass 1 spelunkers may not attempt cave >well# Jields or @ope
($) .lass $ spelunkers may not attempt @ope
(<) .lass < spelunkers may attempt any cave
(,) .ave .aesar may be attempted only by spelunkers who have previously e!plored
cave 1enny
(5) .ave Jields may be attempted only by spelunkers who have previously e!plored cave
>well
(L) "nly two of caves 1enny# .aeser# >well# Jields# and @ope may be attempted by any
e!plorer in a single tour
19. ' class $ spelunker who has previously e!plored cave >well may be restricted in
choosing a tour by which rule(s)=
(0) 2ule(,)
(00) 2ule(5)
(000) 2ule(L)
(a) 0 only
(b) 00 only
(c) 0 and 000 only
(d) 00 and 000 only
(e) 0# 00 and 000
'ns. (c)
$%. 0n how many different ways may a class 1 spelunker who has never e!plored any of
the eightcaves before set up a tour of three caves# if she wishes to e!plore caves 'bbott
and .aesar=
(a) $
(b) <
(c) ,
(d) 5
(e) L
'ns. (b)
$1. /hat is the ma!imum number of caves that a class < spelunker who has previously
e!plored only cave 1enny may include
in a single tour=
(a) ,
(b) 5
(c) L
(d) 7
(e) 4
'ns. (b)
$$. 0f ! V y D < and yK!D $ then y D =
(a) %
(b) 1K$
(c) 1
(d) <K$
(e) $
'ns. (e)
$<. @ow many s)uares with sides 1K$ inch long are needed to cover a rectangle that is , ft
long and L ft wide
(a) $,
(b) 9L
(c) <,5L
(d) 1<4$,
(e) 1,$LL
$,. 0f aD$K<b # bD$K<c# and cD$K<d what part of d is bK
(a) 4K$7
(b) ,K9
(c) $K<
(d) 75&
(e) ,K<
'ns. (b)
$5. uccessive discounts of $%& and 15& are e)ual to a single discount of
(a) <%&
(b) <$&
(c) <,&
(d) <5&
(e) <L
'ns. (b)
$L. The petrol tank of an automobile can hold g liters.0f a liters was removed when the
tank was full# what part of the full tank was removed=
(a)g:a
(b)gKa
(c) aKg
(d) (g:a)Ka
(e) (g:a)Kg
'ns. (c)
$7.0f !KyD, and y is not 7%7 what & of ! is $!:y
(a)15%&
(b)175&
(c)$%%&
(d)$5%&
'ns. (b)
$4.0f $!:yD, then L!:<yD=
(a)15
(b)1$
(c)14
(d)1%
'ns. (b)
$9.0f!DyD$3 and !y3D$5L then what is the value of !=
(a)1$
(b)4
(c)1L
(d)L
'ns. (b)
<%. (1K1%)
14
: (1K1%)
$%
D =
(a) 99K1%
$%
(b) 99K1%
(c) %.9
(d) none of these
'ns. (a)
<1. 9ipe ' can fill in $% minutes and 9ipe 1 in <% mins and 9ipe . can empty the same in
,% mins.0f all of them work together# find the time taken to fill the tank
(a) 17 1K7 mins
(b) $% mins
(c) 4 mins
(d) none of these
'ns. (a)
<$. Thirty men take $% days to complete a 8ob working 9 hours a day.@ow many hour a
day should ,% men work to complete the 8ob=
(a) 4 hrs
(b) 7 1K$ hrs
(c) 7 hrs
(d) 9 hrs
'ns. (b)
<<. Jind the smallest number in a 59 whose sum is <4 and product 17$4
(a) 1$
(b) $%
(c) 4
(d) none of these
'ns. (c)
<,. ' boat travels $% kms upstream in L hrs and 14 kms downstream in , hrs.Jind the
speed of the boat in still water and the speed of the water current=
(a) 1K$ kmph
(b) 7K1$ kmph
(c) 5 kmph
(d) none of these
'ns. (b)
<5. ' goat is tied to one corner of a s)uare plot of side 1$m by a rope 7m long.Jind the
area it can gra3e=
(a) <4.5 s).m
(b) 155 s).m
(c) 1,, s).m
(d) 19.$5 s).m
'ns. (a)
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1. /ho is the father of computers
$. >!pand @T6;#-6'#J'T#;'G#/'G#J--etc
<. /hich was intel7s first microprocessor
,. .onvert 1%$, (in decimal) to octa and he!adecimal form
5. Jirst microprocessor was
(a) 4%45
(b) 4%44
(c) 4%4L
(d) 4%,47
L. 5ive the name of a processor produced by mortorola=
7. /hat is the full form of /indowsGT =
4. /hat is the difference between 4%47 and 4%4L
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INTE<NIE@
The interview consists of two stages ?Te).!i)/2 /!0 '< .0n the technical interview
candidates can be asked )uestions on?
1."perating ytems
$.-ata tructures.
<. ..
,.-16
2fo% com'ute% stu!ents3
1.6icroprocessors architecture of 4%45.
$.-igital .ircuits and ;ogic -esign.
<.1asic >lectronics.
,..ommunications()uestions pertaining to '6#J6#etc.)
5..omputer Getworks.
2fo% elect%onics stu!ents3
SIE$ENS INFO<$ATION SYSTE$S #TD
The written test consists of 50 8uesti!s 0i7i0e0 i!t 6 se)ti!s t 5e )412ete0 i! 40
4i!utes.The )uestions are technical based #you can e!pect to be tested on D*$S9 CGG9
C9 U!i=9 $ti,9 =--i!0-s9 4s--i!0-s.The test is a 4u2ti12e 5/se0 one and is not
tough.The )uestions can be answered easily in ,% minutes provided you have some
knowledge about the sub8ects
1. /hich of following operator can7t be overloaded.
a) DD
b) VV
c) =S
d) OD
$. Jor the following . program
NincludeOiostream.hP
main()
Qprintf(B@ello /orldB)(R
The program prints @ello /orld without changing main() #the output should
be
intialisation
@ello /orld
-esruct
The changes should be
a) 0"stream operatorOO(iostream os# charXs)
osOO7intialisation7OO(@ello /orld)OO-estruct
b)
c)
d) none of the above
<. .-9'T@ shell variable is in(c:shell)
,. The term stickily bit is related to
a) Iernel
b) +ndeletable file
c) 1oth (a) and (b)
d) Gone
5. emaphore variable is different from ordinary variable by
L. Jor the following . program?
swap(int !#y)
Q int temp(
tempD!(
!Dy(
yDtemp(R
main()
Qint!D$(yD<(
swap(!#y)(R
'fter calling swap# what are the values ! E y=
7. tatic variable will be visible in
a) Junction. in which they are defined
b) 6odule in which they are defined
c) 'll the program
d) Gone
4. +ni! system is
a) 6ulti processing
b) 6ulti processing# multiuser
c) 6ulti processing# multiuser# multitasking
d) 6ultiuser# multitasking
9. C.$5 protocol encapsulates the follwing layers
a) Getwork
b) -atalink
c) 9hysical
d) 'll of the above
e) Gone of the above
1%. T.9K09 can work on
a) >thernet
b) Tokenring
c) (a) E (b)
d) Gone
11. ' node has the 09 address 1<4.5%.1%.7 and 1<4.5%.1%.9.
1ut it is transmitting data from node1 to node $only.
The reason may be
a) ' node cannot have more than one address
b) class ' should have second octet different
c) class 1 should have second octed different
d) 'll of the above
1$. The "0 layer from bottom to top
1<. Jor an application which e!ceeds L,k the memory model should be
a) 6edium
b) @uge
c) ;arge
d) Gone
1,. The condition re)uired for dead lock in uni! system is
15. et:user:id is related to (in uni!)
1L. 1ourne shell has
a) @istory recordXXXXother choices not given
17. /hich of the following is not true about .VV
a) .ode removably
b) >ncapsulation of data and code
c) 9rogram easy maintenance
d) 9rogram runs faster
14. Jor the following . program
struct base Qint a#b(
base()(
int virtual function1()(R
struct derv1?base
Qint b#c#d(
derv1()
int virtual function1()(R
struct derv$ ? base
Qint a#e(
R
base??base()
QaD$(bD<(
R
derv1??derv1()
QbD5(
cD1%(dD11(R
base??function1()
Qreturn(1%%)(
R
derv1??function1()
Q
return($%%)(
R
main()
base ba(
derv1 d1#d$(
printf(B&d &dB#d1.a#d1.b)
"utput of the program is?
a)aD$(bD<(
b) aD<( bD$(
c) aD5( bD1%(
d) none
19. Jor the above program answer the following )7s
main()
base da(
derv1 d1(
derv$ d$(
printf(B&d &d &dB#da.function1()#d1.function1()#d$.function1())(
"utput is?
a) 1%%#$%%#$%%(
b) $%%#1%%#$%%(
c) $%%#$%%#1%%(
d) Gone of the above
$%. Jor the following . program
struct Q
int !(
int y(
Rabc(
! cannot be accessed by the following
1)abc::P!(
$)abcT%U::P!(
<)abc.!(
,)(abc)::P!(
a )1# $# <
b) $ E <
c) 1 E $
d) 1# <# ,
$1. 'utomatic variables are destroyed after fn. ends because
a) tored in swap
b) tored in stack and poped out after fn. returns
c) tored in data area
d) tored in disk
$$. 2elation between !:application and !:server (!:win)
$<. /hat is +0;(user interface language) (!:win)
$,)/hich of the following is right in ms:windows
a) 'pplication has single )value system has multiple )value
b) 'pplication has multiple )value system has single )value
c) 'pplication has multiple)value system has multiple )value
d) Gone
$5. /idget in !:windows is
$L. 5adget in !Ywindows is
$7. Aariable ->T-02 in make program is accessed as
a) M(->T-02)
b) MQ->T-02R
c) ->T-02
$4. The keystroke mouse entrie are interpreted in ms windows as
a) 0nterrupt
b) 6essage
c) >vent
d) Gone of the above
$9. ;ink between program and outside world (ms :win)
a) -evice driver and hardware disk
b) 'pplication and device driver
c) 'pplication and hardware device
d) Gone
<%. 6s :windows is
a)multitasking
b)multiuser
c) bothof the above
d) none of the above
<1. -ynamic scoping is
<$. 'fter logout the process still runs in the background by giving the command
<<. /hich process dies out but still waits
a) >!it
b) /akeup
c) [ombie
d) leep
<,. 0n dynamic memory allocation we use
a) -oubly linked list
b) .ircularly linked
c) 1 trees
d) ; trees
e) Gone

<5. To find the key of search the data structure is
a) @ash key
b) Trees
c) ;inked lists
d) 2ecords
<L. /hich of the following is true
a) 1ridge connects dissimiler ;'Gand protocol insensitive
b) 2outer connects dissimiler ;'Gand protocol insensitive
c) 5ateway connects dissimiler ;'Gand protocol insensitive
d) Gone of the above
<7. 2ead types of tree traversals.
<4. 2ead about Z;K-atabases
<9.' -16 table is given along with simple Z; statements. Jind the output.
,%. imple programs on pointers in c
I!te37ie-"

The test is followed by a Technical and a @2 interview.The technical interview is highly
specialised and covers almost all sub8ects you have done in your curriculum. @owever
one is re)uired to name hisKher favorite sub8ect on which most of the interview is
focussed.Jor .omputer >ngineers .#"perating ystems#-16#6icroprocessors are
mostly focussed upon.>lectronics >ngineers are grilled upon -.;-#6icroprocessors and
.ommunications.Jor details on the fre)uently asked )uestions please refer to our
interview ection. The @2 interview which follows the technical interview is very
general.0n most cases )uestions regarding the company are asked.

SONATA
The written test consists of two sections
Se)ti!-I A1titu0e Test (50 Zuestions# 12 minutes)
Se)ti!-II Te).!i)/2 >C? Test (30 Zuestions# 45 minutes)
To -3ite the te).!i)/2 test# you have to attain a 4i!i4u4 of 70E in the
/1titu0e test. The aptitude part is very simple# but the time is very less. The technical test
is simple. 6ost of the )uestions are from STest Yu3 C S:i22sS by Dasha+ant Eanet&a%.
@ere we give you some sample )uestions# going through it may help you to attend the
test.
A%TITUDE TEST
1. ;ast month of an year
(a) *anuary (b) Jebruary 2c3 Decem"e% (d)
Govember
2. elect the odd one
(a) *anuary (b) Jebruary 2c3 ;e!nes!a# (d)
Govember
3. elect the antonym of capture from the following
(a) attack 2"3 Felease (c) condemn (d)
Gone of the above
4. Jind the antonym of autumn
(a) pring (b) /inter (c) ummer (d) Gone of the above
5. "ne skirt re)uires <.75 yards of cloth. @ow many skirts you can make from ,5 yards=
Ans$ )* s&i%ts
6. @ow can you make a s)uare from two triangles=
7. 0s the meaning of .lient and .ustomer#
(a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
8. 0s the meaning of 0t7s and 0ts#
(a) same (b) contradictory 2c3 no
%elation
9. 0s the meaning of .anvas and .anvass#
(a) same (b) contradictory 2c3 no
%elation
10. 0s the meaning of 0ngenious and 0ngenuous#
2a3 same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
11. 0s the meaning of .redible and .redulous#
(a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
12. elect the odd one out.
(a) 1K, (b) 1K< (c) 1KL
(d) 1K14
13. elect the least from the following.
(a) %.99 (b) 1 (c) 41
(d) 56444
14. Jind the ne!t number in the series. 1# %.5# %.$5# %.1$5
Ans$ 565/*:
15. "ne dollar is saved in one month. Then how much dollar is saved in one day=
Ans$ )>45 J565444Z
16. F catches 5 times more fishes than C. 0f total number of fishes caught by C and F is
,4# then number of fishes caught by C=
Ans$ 9
17. F catches 5 times more fishes than C. 0f total number of fishes caught by C and F is
,$# then number of fishes caught by C=
'ns? 7
18. 0f a train covers L%%m in %.5 seconds# how long it will cover in 1% seconds=
Ans$ 4555m J 4&m
19. The girl7s age is twice that of boy# if the boy is four years old. 'fter four years the age
of the girl is
Ans$ )* #ea%s
20. ister7s age is twice than that of the brother. 0f the brother7s age is si!# what is the
sister7s age after two years=
Ans$ )7 D%s6
21. Two lemons cost 1% cents. Then one and a half do3en cost
Ans$ 15 cents
22. ' clock is late by 1 minute $7 seconds in a month. Then how much will it be late in 1
day=
Ans$ *61 secon!s
23. /hich of the following figures together will make a triangle=
Ans$ aH"HcH!
24. 6ake a s)uare by drawing only one line
Ans$ line *0:H squa%e *04070:0*
25. /hich of the following is the odd one= crew# constellation# companion#
league# participants.
Ans$ com'anion
26. "pposite of 2emote=
(a) Jar 2"3 Nea% (c) @uge (d)
Aillage
27. tatement '? 'll great men are ridiculous(
tatement 1? 0 am ridiculous (
0nference ? 0 am a great man(
(a) True (b) Jalse 2c3 Not clea%
28. tatement? Gormal children are active(
0nference? 'll children are active(
(a) True (b) Jalse 2c3 Unce%tain
29. Ge!t number in the series 1# 1K$# 1K,# 1K4 =
Ans$ )>)/
30. 0n L seconds a light flashes once. 0n one hour how many times it will flash=
Ans$ /5) times
31. 't $%& discount# a cycle is sold at a selling price of $5%% 2s. /hat is the actual
price=
Ans$ Fs6 4)*:
32. tatement '? ' E 1 have same age(
tatement 1? 1 is younger than .(
0nference ? ' is younger than .(
2a3 T%ue (b) Jalse (c) +ncertain
33. 'll chickens lay eggs (TrueKJalse)
Ans$ Balse
34. ' invests M1$%%%# 1 invests M4%%%# . invests ML%%% and they got a profit of M1$%%.
@ow much share ' got more than 1 and .=
Ans$ *>)4 an! 4>)4
6 &'5&
1. 9oint out error# if any# in the following program
main()
Q
int iD1(
switch(i)
Q
case 1?
printf(BHn2adioactive cats have 14 half:livesB)(
break(
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above.
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or rewind() O T2+>KJ';>P
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/hat would be the output=
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int i#8D%(
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error d) B1$<B
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main(int argc# char XargvTU)
Q
while(::argc P%)
printf(B&sB#XVVargv)(
R
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tues!a# e!nes!a# thu%s!a#
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above
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ptr p1#p$(
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int yD1$4(
const int !Dy(
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17. /hat is the difference between the following declarations=
const char Xconst s( char const Xconst s(
Ans6 No !iffe%ence
14. /hat would be the output of the following program=
main()
Q
char near X near Xptr1(
char near X far Xptr$(
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7 d) , , ,
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main(int argc# charXargvTU)
Q
printf(B&cB#XXVVargv)(
R
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tuesday sunday#
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main(int argc# char XargvTU)
Q
printf(B&cB#XVVargvT1U)(
R
a3 % b) f c)
m d) y
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/hat would be the output=
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while(si3eofargv)
printf(B&sB#argvT::si3eofargvU)(
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a) myprog friday tuesday sunday b) myprog friday
tuesday
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friday
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main()
Q
int aD1%(
void f()(
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void f()
Q
printf(BHn@iB)(
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char Xp(
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main()
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const char Xfun()(
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main()
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main()(
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int nD5(
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SUN $IC<O SYSTE$
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a technical section which is pretty tough. Zuestion based on .# +G0C# .omputer
Getworks# -ata tructures and "perating ystems can be e!pected.
1. Jor the following program.
struct CCC
Qint a(
float b(
char Xs(
RC(
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5ive your assumptionYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.
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struct CCC
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float b?,(
char s(
Rstructure(
si3e of (structure)(
<..lass used for the multiple inheritence in *'A'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
(a) anonymous class
(b) inner class
(c) abstreet class
(d) none
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5. ;-'9 isYYYYYYYYYYYYservice protocol.
L. 5iven definition for a function which returns a array of pointers with argument of intX.
7. 5ive a function declaration with no arguments which refers a two dimensional array
4. 9ick up the correct function declaration.
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$. void intTUTU name()(
<. void XX name()(
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9. 5ive the difference between monolithic and microlithic kernal?
a. monolithic large
b. microlithic used in embedded systems.
c. none.
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11. Jind the no.of page faults using ;2+ stack.
eg.< , , L 7 4 1 $ .. ..
1$.The inorder representation of a tree ,15$< and preorder is $1151< -raw it=
1<. /hen does a stack member will be initialised
(a) when ob8ect is created
(b) when ob8ect is initialised.
(c) doesnot depend on ob8ect.
(d) none.
1,. Gumber of .9+ in a multiprocess is contrassed by
(a) 20. nohere of .9+
(b) memory
(c) both (a) and (b)
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15. 5ive the output of the following program
main()
Qchar Xs(
sDBhot 8avaB(
strcpy(s#Bsolarrs 8avaB)
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1L. 5ive the output of the following program
main()
Qprintf(Bhot 8avaB)(
fork()
e!it(%)(
R
(i). /hen redirected to a screen what will be printed.
(ii). /hen redirected to file what will be printed.
17. 5ive the output of the following program
main()
Qint ret(
retDfork()(retDfork()(retDfork()(retDfork()(
if(Sret)
printf(BsunB)(
else
printf(BsolarisB)(
14. 5ive the output of the following program
main()
Qchar XpD7a7(
int XiD1%%KXp(
R
what will be the value of XiD 1
19. /hich data structure gives efficient search
1 1:tree
$ binary tree
< array
, linked list
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struct point
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int data(
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!(
main()
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freelist(!)(
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return
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TATA INFOTEC'
"
The test consists of two parts.
%/3t A? 'ptitude :: 1%% )uestions 1%% marks subdivided as?
Aerbal ection
;etter series(alternately number series can be given)
Gumerical 9roblems
Jigures E Jlowcharts
%/3t *" .omputer knowledge test(purely technical) :: 5% )uestions 5% marks
The normal topics incl. .# "perating ystems(both /indows and +G0C)#
-16 etc are covered.
' different paper is held for >> students.
The pattern of the test is known to vary from time to time.
NE<*A# SECTION
Directions: (i7e t.e s;!!;4s ,3 t.e ,22-i!6 -30s
1. -epreciation? deflation# depression# devaluation# fall# slump
$. -epricate ? feel and e!press disapproval#
<. 0ncentive ? thing one encourages one to do (stimulus)
,. >chelon ? level of authority or responsibility
5. 0nnovation ? make changes or introduce new things
L. 0ntermittent ? e!ternally stopping and then starting
7. -etrimental? harmful
4. .onciliation ? make less angry or more friendly
9. "rthodo!? conventional or traditional# superstitious
1%. Jallible ? liable to error
11. Aolatile ? ever changing
1$. 6anifest? clear and obvious
1<. .onnotation ? suggest or implied meaning of e!pression
1,. 2eciprocal? reverse or opposite
15. 'grarian ? related to agriculture
1L. Aacillate ? undecided or dilemma
17. >!pedient ? fitting proper# desirable
14. imulate ? produce artificially resembling an e!isting one.
19. 'ccess ? to approah
$%. .ompensation? salary
$1. Truncate ? shorten by cutting
$$. 'dherence ? stick
$<. @eterogenous? non similar things
$,. urplus ? e!cessive
$5. 'ssess ? determine the amount or value
$L. .ongni3ance ? knowledge
$7. 2etrospective ? review
$4. Gaive ? innocent#rustic
$9. >)uivocate ? tallying on both sides# lie# mislead
<%. 9ostulate ? frame a theory
<1. ;atent ? dormant# secret
<$. Jluctuation ? wavering#
<<. >liminate ? to reduce
<,. 'ffinity ? strong liking
<5. >!pedite ? hasten
<L. .onsole ? to show sympathy
<7. 'dversary ? opposition
<4. 'ffable ? lovable or approachable
<9. -ecomposition ? rotten
,%. 'gregious ? apart from the crowd# especially bad
,1. .onglomaration? group# collection
,$. 'berration? deviation
,<. 'urgury ? prediction
,,. .rediability ? ability to common belief# )uality of being credible
,5. .oincident? incidentally
,L. .onstituent ? accompanying
,7. -ifferential ? having or showing or making use of
,4. ;itigation ? engaging in a law suit
,9. 6aratorium? legally or offficiallly determined period of dealy before
fulfillment of the agreement of paying of debts.
5%. Gegotiate ? discuss or bargain
51. 9reparation ? act of preparing
5$. 9reponderant ? superiority of power or )uality
5<. 2elevance ? )uality of being relevant
5,. 'pparatus ? appliances
55. 0gnorance ? blindness# in e!perience
5L. "bsession? comple! enthusiasm
57. precipitate ? speed#active
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1 type 1 dollarKhr total money earned by both is $,dollars. Then what is the total number
of persons
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is 3& of cost .
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'ns. ! (1:y K 1%%) (1: 3 K 1%%)
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(b) 115
(c) 1$7
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then & of salary taken home is=
'ns. s:(!Vy)Ks X 1%%
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home is
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'ns. (!:y) K !X1%%
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deducted what
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(1) There are < bo!es of < balls each. you have to select the heaviest among all.
($) There are red and black balls in a bo!. Fou select some balls from the blocks.0f the
ball chosen is red then you get one point. 0f the chosen ball is ball black and previous ball
is red then you get two points. Jor winning u have to get seven points. Go point for
selecting consecutive balls of the same color.
(<).lassify ob8ects in class '# class 1 and scrap. for classfing you have to do different
tests such as weight test# material test etc.
(,)There is production process in which action depends on temperature and pressure and
we have some temperature and pressure controls.-raw a flowchart to complete the
process.
(5)Jind ma!. and min. of the 1$ nos.in an array.'rrang the array in ascending order and
find the ma!imum and
minimum value in the array
(L)-iffrent age group are given and also diffrent salary slabs are given. -epending on the
salary group as well as his group you have to classify the group of people in particular
class.

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systems and computer networks.
1oth technical and @2 interviews are held. 'lso sometimes there may be a 5- 8ust to
check the communications skills and awareness of the candidate.
TCS
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Tata .onsultancy ervices conducts a 4u2ti12e ).i)e test. The test consists of
four sections.
The first section is the Ne35/2 Se)ti! with 15 )uestions to be attempted in 5
minutes. The )uestions deal with words and their synonyms. Fou need a high level of
vocabulary to do well in this part. The )ut-,, in this section is 4%&#i.e 1L )uestions.
The second section is a Qu/!tit/ti7e /1titu0e se)ti!. 10 mathematical ability
)uestions to answer in 10 minutes. Fou only have to get the logic right. Fou can answer
all of them.. The )uestions deal with basic mathematics such as multiplication#
percentages etc. This is the easiest among all the sections (try not to make silly mistakes).
The third section is the 2eading C413e.e!si! se)ti! with 45 minutes to
answer 70 )uestions. 'nswer 55:L5 )uestions. Fou have to do it fast.
The fourth section is %s;).4et3i). This section is the simplest# yet the most
trickiest. 150 )uestions about yourself in 30 minutes. Ieep in mind when you answer this
section# NENE< T'INH A*OUT T'E ANS@E< T@ICE. Jor if you do# you will get
confused. Ne7e3 6i7e t.e /!s-e3 /s I>)? AI. ;astly don7t answer more than 1,% )uestions.
0f you have doubt about any answer in your mind don7t answer it and don7t come back to
the )uestion. They have a 2-e3 )ut-,, of 90 4/3:s and an u11e3 )ut-,, of 120 4/3:s
in this section. 0f you go beyond these cut:off you lose the test. Ieep this in mind.
Ne35/2
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a. e!actness
b. potential
c. shrewdness
d. bluntness
e. Gone of these
1>@>T
a. behavior
b. ho*d down
c. hold up
d. relieve
e. condemn
-0.2>T0"G
a. prudence
b. consistency
6"2T0JF
a. make a cavity
b. displease
c. humi*iate
d. relapse
e. murder
'-'5>
a. advice
b. proverb
c. enlargement
d. advantage
e. usage
T" -09>;
a. to dissipate
b. to dissent
'1"->
a. clay
b. obstacle
c. dwe**ing
d. bind
e. to beguile
9"T>GT0';
a. *atent
b. hysterical
c. conventional
d. symmetrical
e. conscientious
>CT20.'T>
a. terminate
b. isolate
c. precipice
d. disturbance
e. distemper
"2-'0G
a. arrange
b. command
c. contribute
d. establish
e. control
J;"20-
a. ornate
b. thriving
c. artistic
d. elegant
e. Gone of these
9>G0T>G.>
a. liking
b. insightful
c. attractive
d. penetrable
e. compunction
/@>T
a. stimu*ate
b. humorous
c. inculate
d. dampen
e. Gone of these
0G.>GT0A>
a. refle!
b. amplitude
c. inflection
d. provocation
e. escutcheon
;'T0T+->
a. scope
b. segment
c. globule
d. legislature
e. lamentation
c. to distort
d. to disfigure
e. to dissect
>22'T0.
a. unromantic
b. free
c. popular
d. steady
e. unknown
T" 6>20T
a. to embrace
b. to devote
c. to deserve
d. to combine
e. to display
2'9T
a. lively
b. concea*ed
c. engrossed
d. prototype
e. Gone of these
T" @>'9
a. to pi*e
b. to forbid
c. to proceed
d. to share
e. to stoop
.'*";>
a. coa7
b. motivate
c. profound
d. mollify
e. evade
"A+;'T>
a. penury
b. immuni3e
c. ferti*i8e
d. reproduce
e. incisions
c. *iberate
d. simplify
e. frustrate
-09'20TF
a. inequa*ity
b. impartiality
c. unfairness
d. twist
e. Gone of these
T" ."GJ0.'T>
a. to harass
b. to repulse
c. to console
d. to appropriate
e. to congregate
90"+
a. historic
b. devout
c. multiple
d. fortunate
e. authoritative
;>T@'25F
a. reminiscence
b. category
c. fallacy
d. unanimity
e. stupor
.'25"
a. cabbage
b. camel
c. lance
d. freight
e. fla!
"A'T0"G
a. oration
b. gesture
c. emulation
d. app*ause
e. nourish

A1titu0e
1. ' family# planning a weekend trip# decides to spend not more than a total of 4 hours
driving. 1y leaving early in the morning# they can average ,% miles per hour on the way
to their destination. -ue to the heavy unday traffic# they can average only <% miles per
hour on the return trip. /hat is the farthest distance from home they can plan to go=
(a) 1$% miles or less (b) 1etween 1$%and 1,% miles
(c) 1,% miles
(d) 1etween 1,% and 1L% miles (e) 1L% miles or more
2. ' car is filled with four and half gallons of fuel for a round trip. 0f the amount of fuel
taken while going is 1K, more than the amount taken for coming# what is the amount of
fuel consumed while coming back=
(a) ;ess than $ gallons (b) $ gallons
(c) $ 1K$ gallons
(d) < gallons (e) 6ore than < gallons
3. ' <:gallon mi!ture contains one part and two parts 2. 0n order to change it to a
mi!ture containing $5& # how much 2 should be added=
(a) 1K$ gallon (b) $K< gallon (c) <K, gallon (d) 1
gallon (e) 1 1K$ gallon
4. ' tree grows only <K5 as fast as the one beside it. 0n four years the combined growth of
the two trees is eight feet.
@ow much does the shorter tree grow in two years=
(a) ;ess than $ feet (b) $
feet (c) $ 1K$ feet
(d) < feet (e) more than < feet.
5. /ind flows at 1L% miles in <<% minutes# for traveling 4% miles how much time does it
re)uire=
(a) 1 hour <% minutes (b) 1 hour ,5
minutes (c) $ hours
(d) $ hours ,5 minutes (e) < hours
6. ' stationary engine has enough fuel to run 1$ hours when its tank is ,K5 full. @ow long
will it run when the tank is 1K< full=
(a) ;ess than $ hours (b) $
hours (c) < hours
(d) , hours (e) 5 hours
7. 0f ' is traveling at 7$ km per hour on a highway. 1 is traveling at a speed of $5 meters
per second on a highway. /hat is the difference in their speeds in meters per second=
(a) 1K$ mKsec (b) 1
mKsec (c) 1 1K$ mKsec
(d) $ mKsec (e) < mKsec
8. ' salesperson by mistake multiplied a number and got the answer as <# instead of
dividing the number by <. /hat is the answer he should have actually got=
(a) % (b) 1K< (c) 1 (d) $
(e) <
9. 0f the length of a rectangle is increased by <%& and the width is decreased by $%&#
then the area is increased by...
(a) 1%& (b) 5& (c) ,& (d) $%&
(e) $5&
10. 0n the class of ,% students# <% speak @indi and $% speak >nglish. /hat is the lowest
possible number of students who speak both the languages=
(a) 5 (b) $% (c) 15
(d) 1% (e) <%
11. The most economical prices among the following prices is?
(a) 1% kilo for 2s.1L% (b) $ kilo for 2s.<%
(c) , kilo for 2s.7%
(d) $% kilo for 2s.<,% (e) 4 kilo for 2s.1<%
12. ' truck contains 15% small packages# some weighing 1 kg each and some weighing $
kg each. how many packages weighing $ kg each are in the truck if the total weight of all
the packages is $L, kg=
(a) <L (b) 5$ (c) 44
(d) 1$, (e) 11,
13. ' man was arrested for e!ceeding the speed limit by 1% miles an hour. ' second man
was charged with e!ceeding the same limit by twice as much. The second man was
driving <5 miles per hour. /hat was the speed limit=
(a) 1% miles per hour (b) 15 miles per hour
(c) $% miles per hour
(d) $5 miles per hour (e) <% miles per hour
14. "ne year ago 9andit was three times his sister7s age. Ge!t year he will be only twice
her age. @ow old will 9andit be after five years=
(a) 4 (b) 1$ (c) 11
(d) 1< (e) 15
15. 0f two pencils cost 4 cents# then how much do 5 pencils cost=
(a) 14 cents 2"3 *5 cents (c) $$ cents (d) $<
cents (e) $, cents

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'll the )uestions are of multiple choice type. Fou have to answer the )uestions based on
the preceding paragraph. 'll the )uestions have the same answer choice. The ).i)es are
as given below?
>/? T3ue.
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Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
2esearchers in 6umbai have found that certain types of gallstones can be
dissolved by in8ecting them with a gasoline additive in the form of ether. The ether is
in8ected through a tube directly into the gall bladder. The one:day treatment works only
on cholesterol:based stones# not those composed largely of calcium. @owever# as the
cholesterol stones are by far the most common type# for millions of gallstone sufferers the
treatment should offer a welcome alternative to surgery# the commonest option in most
hospitals.
Q B0t takes more than one day for ether to dissolve a calcium:based gallstoneB.
Q B5allstones can only be dissolved by in8ectionsB.
Q B5allstones can )uickly be cured with surgeryB.
Q B>ther is largely used for dissolving gallstonesB.
Q B.alcium stones can be cured in one dayB.
Q B@undreds of people contains calcium stonesB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
6y father had no brothers# but his three sisters are all married and each has two
children. 6y grandfather has two sons.
Q B6y father was the only childB.
Q B0 have only one uncleB.
Q B"ne of my aunts is a spinsterB.
Q B0 have si! cousins on my father7s sideB.
Q B6y grandfather was the only sonB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
0n the Totalitarian days# the words have very much devalued. 0n the present day#
they are becoming domestic# that is# the words will be much more devalued. 0n that days#
the words will be very much effected in political area. 1ut at present# the words came
very cheap. /e can say they come free at cost.
N B0n Totalitarian society# words are devaluedB.
N BTotalitarians will have to come much about wordsB.
N B0n the Totalitarian society the words are used for the political speechesB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
0n past helicopters were forced to ground or crash because of the formation of
the ice on the rotors and engines. ' new electronic device has been developed which can
detect the water content in the atmosphere and warns the pilot# if the temperature is below
free3ing temperature( about the formation of ice on the rotors and wings.
Q BThe electronic device can avoid the formation of ice on the wingsB.
Q BThere will be malfunction of rotor and engine because of formation of iceB.
Q BThe helicopters were to be crashed or groundedB.
Q BThere is only one device that warns about the formation of iceB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
@uman e!istence is not susceptible of arbitrary division between consciousness
and unconsciousness. The conscious world invaders and shapes the activities of the
unconscious# while many of the great achievements of humanity7s waking hours where
wholly or partly inspired by dreams. >ven if it could argued that dreams precede
e!perience such a dichotomy could not be drawn# as the influence of the dreaming on the
waking state would remain unclear# but as yet no common vocabulary e!ists to record the
substance of prenatal dreaming.
Q Bleep can be a creative stateB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
J;"2' <:piece sofa:set is at the top of our upholstery range. This high:backed
)uality sofa:set boasts an impressive specification which starts with a hardwood frame in
teak and a padded front edge ensuring really deep# long:lasting comfort. eat cushions
are of high resilience foam and back cushions of softest hollow fill. The whole set is
carefully upholstered throughout in a choice of superb fabrics ranging from cotton print
to velvet.
Q BThe padding is there to ensure that the furniture will last for a long timeB.
Q BThe firm sells other upholstery furnitureB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
@acking is a crime made possible by a relatively new technology# which is one
of the reasons it is often poorly understood and reported. 6any computers# but by no
means all# are now linked together in networks which allow users on one computer to
communicate with others on the same network. 0f a computer is not networked# no
manipulation of its data from another machine possible. o long as users are authori3ed#
networking is 8ust a way of making work easier more productive. @acking# on the other
hand is the unauthori3ed use of networks or unauthori3ed entry into the computers
themselves. 6ost people do not break into the networks they use# since they are already
accredited users.
Q B@ackers do not work for the firms whose networks they break intoB.
Q B@acking is the only vulnerability of the computers for the usage of the dataB.
Q B@acking is done mostly due to the lack of computer knowledgeB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
9olycythemia often occurs in people who have chronic lung disease# but can
appear spontaneously in healthy individuals. >!cessive numbers of red blood cells
manufactured by the body and the individual then develops a very healthy:looking# ruddy
comple!ion. The blood becomes thicker and is liable to clot and block ma8or blood
vessels. @igh blood pressure is another fre)uent complication. Treatment involves
venesection# in which a liter or so of blood is removed from the body. 6edication may
also be given to reduce the numbers of red blood cells manufactured in the body.
Q B;ung disease fre)uently precedes polycythemiaB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
1indweed is only effectively controlled by applying a solution of brushwood:
killer to the growing tips. 0t is necessary to unwind a suitable length from the host plant
before treatment# but this is not so very difficult# and it does not seem essential to find
and treat every leader on the same weed. The solution should be made up in a can which
is carried in one hand# while the other# in a rubber glove# inserts the leaders in the can. 0f
the the leaders can be laid out on the the ground # they can easily be wetted with a small
brush. 's long as the weather is calm# there is no real risk of damage to ad8acent plants#
and in two or three weeks the weeds should have disappeared.
Q B1rushwood:killer can pose a threat to other plants in the gardenB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
enior managers in a leading company said that new *apanese investment in
0ndia was transforming the car industry# and warned that 8obs were under threat from
*apanese competition. They stated that increasing competition would be coupled with an
inevitable downturn in the car market and the recent rise interest rates which has already
hit demand.
Q BThe managers issued their warning after a rise in the interest ratesB.
Q B'ccording to the senior managers# the *apanese investment in 0ndia will lead to a glut
in the car marketB.
Q Bome senior managers said that more people will want to by new cars in the futureB.
Q BThe perception of the senior managers is the new *apanese investment in 0ndia is
leading to more automation of the car industryB.
Q BThe increased rate of interest will mean that *apanese firms will cease to operate in
this countryB.
Q BThe increase in loan interest will adversely affect car salesB.
Q B*apanese workers are taking over the 8obs of 0ndian industryB.
Q B6anagers said that interests in car will go down after seeing the raise in interest
ratesB.
Q B9eople are very interested to buy the carsB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
The new tarfire has an advanced four:cylinder engine with catalytic converter
and uses only unleaded petrol. Aersatility is a ma8or feature of the range and the 15%% and
14%% models have the same high level of specification inside and out. The only obvious
visual difference# internally and e!ternally# is the use of alloy wheels on the 14%% version#
together with a discreet change in badging. The tarJire $%%% is distinguished by its
tailgate spoiler and the rectangular fog and driving lamps integrated into the front bumper
which are also included in the specification.
Q B0nternally# the tarfire $%%% looks like the 15%% modelB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
9ierre .laude *ean 'lloue3 e!plored lake superior from 1LL5 to 1LL7. 't his
little mission station near the western end of the lake# he heard from the 0ndians of a great
river to the west. 9ierre *ac)ues 6ar)uette determined to investigate. 0n 1L7<#
accompanied by ;ouis *olliet and five others# he left t. 0gnace mission and ascended the
fo! river# which flows into green bay crossed over to /isconsin river and followed it to
the upper 6ississippi. The party then descended the 6ississippi to the mouth of
'rkansas. These Jrenchmen were not first >uropeans to sight or travel the 6ississippi.
-e oto and 6oscoso had done so a century and a half before. The report of the
e!ploration was rushed back to Zuebec# where# in 1L7$# .ount Jrontenac had arrived as
5overnor of the province. @e and his friend# the remarkable ;a alle:who earlier may
have penetrated the "hio river valley:listened with deep interest.
Q B'lloue3 e!plored the western end of lake superiorB.
Q B6ar)uette and his party were not the first Jrench men to travel the 6ississippi riverB.
Q B;a alle listened with deep interest: the report of e!ploration of -e oto and
6oscosoB.
Q B;a alle e!plored the 6ississippi river valleyB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
-r. 5oddard was the first to fire a rocket that reached a speed faster than the
speed of sound. @e was the first to develop a gyroscopic steering apparatus for rockets.
@e was the first to use vanes in the 8et stream for rocket stabili3ation during the initial
phase of a rocket flight. 'nd he was the first to patent the idea of step rockets. 'fter
proving on paper and in actual tests that a rocket can travel in vacuum# he developed the
mathematical theory of rocket propulsion and rocket flight# including basic designs for
long:range rockets. 'll of this information was available to our military men before
/orld /ar 00# but evidently its immediate use didn7t seem applicable. Gear the end of
/orld /ar 00 we started intense work on rocket:powered guided missiles# using the
e!periments and developments of -r. 5oddard and the 'merican 2ocket ociety.
Q BThe stabili3ation problem of rockets in the initial phase was solved by -r. 5oddard.B
Q B2ockets can travel faster than sound# thanks to gyroscopic steering.B
Q B5oddard lived before /orld /ar 00B.
Q B'fter careful mathematical calculations# -r. 5oddard proved that rockets can travel in
vacuumB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
0n 6arch 151<# de ;eon sailed off confidently from 9euto 2ico for the
1ahamas. ;anding briefly at an alvador# 1ahamas# he wound through unchartered
islands until he sighted an e!tensive coastline. @e had no reason to suspect that it is
anything more than an island# but he followed the coast for a day without rounding its
end or finding a suitable landing place. @e named the BislandB ;a Jlorida. This name
came to be applied by the panish to the entire outheastern +nited tates and beyond.
Then# near the <%th parallel# de ;eon landed at the mouth of the t. *ohns river.
-etermined to be the first to circumnavigate the BislandB# he turned south# traced the
coast around the tip of the peninsula# moved to the west# perhaps reaching Tampa bay.
'fter 7 weeks# he gave up hope of circling the northern tip of this BislandB( it was
incredibly large and he may have suspected that he had discovered the long sought
mainland. 0f so# it all belonged to his Iing# for he had earlier planted the panish flag and
claimed Jlorida for Jerdinand.
Q Bde ;eon is from pain# ruled by JerdinandB.
Q Bde ;eon is very patrioticB.
Q Bde ;eon discovered part of + during his 8ourneyB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
*ames 6adison understood that interests groups will inevitably develop within
a free political system. The problem# as 6adison saw it# was to prevent any single interest
group from becoming so strong that it was able to dominate the political system. This
could be accomplished by legislating restrictions on political behavior# but that solution
meant a sacrifice of some of the freedom that 6adison pri3ed so highly. ' better solution#
he thought# was to e!tend the territorial scope of the government. This would allow for
greater diversity of interests in the nation# and a greater number of groups competing for
power. >ach interest group would thereby find it more difficult to appeal to a ma8ority of
the people# and to dominate the political process.
Q BThe more interest groups there are in a political system# the less freedom there is for
everyone.B
Q B;egislating restrictions on political behavior is sometimes the only method of
preserving political freedom.B
Q B0ncreasing the territorial scope of a government can help to preserve freedom.B
Q B'ccording to 6adison# in a free political system# interest groups are undesirable.B
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
The regulations and e!penses to invent# patent and market new ideas and
products imposes a heavy burden on inventors. The cost is often absorbed by large
corporations with research and development facilities they provide. .orporations also
help creative people contribute to society without suffering the loss of income or security
of the private inventor. The realities of this arrangement are that many good ideas are
never brought into the marketplace and the cost of products on the market is high because
of the development cost. @owever# protection provided by the patents and the safety to
the public to avoid placing harmful products on the market is important to maintain.
Thus# as is often the case# rules and regulations have their favorable and unfavorable
conse)uences.
Q BThe regulations and e!penses to invent# patent and market new ideas is an e!pensive
proposition to the inventorsB.
Q B5ood ideas are never brought into the marketplace because of the costs involved in
inventing# patenting marketing themB.
Q B.orporations steal the individual inventor of their inventionsB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
1eing born female and black were two handicaps 5wendolyn 1rooks states
that she faced from her birth# in 1917# in Iansas. 1rooks was determined to succeed.
-espite the lack of encouragement she received from her teachers and others# she was
determined to write and found the first publisher for one of her poems when she was 11.
0n 19,5# she marketed and sold her first book( national recognition ensued. he applied
for and received grants and fellowships from such organi3ations as the '''; and the
5uggenheim Joundation. ;ater she received the 9ulit3er pri3e for poetry( she was the
first black woman to receive such an honor. 1rooks7 reaction to fame is atypical. he
continues to work and work hard. he writes# travels# and helps many who are interested
in writing. >specially important for her is increasing her knowledge of her black heritage
and encouraging other people to do the same. he encourages dedication to the art to
would:be writers.
Q B1rooks7 story illustrates the power of strong determinationB.
Q Bhe became the author of a book in her teensB.
Q B5wendolyn received the 9ulit3er pri3e for her first poetryB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
' cave is a natural opening in the ground e!tending beyond the 3one of light
and large enough to permit the entry of man. "ccurring in a wide variety of rock types
and caused by widely differing geological processes# caves range in si3e from single
small rooms to interconnecting passages many miles long. The scientific study of caves is
called speleology. 0t is a composite science based on geology# hydrology# biology and
archeology# and thus holds special interest for earth scientists. .aves have been natural
attractions since prehistoric times. 9rolific evidence of early man7s interest has been
discovered in caves scattered throughout the world. keletons of some of the earliest
manlike creatures ('ustralopithecines) have been discovered in cave deposit in outh
'frica# and the first evidence of primitive Geanderthal man was found in 5ermany. .ro:
6agnon man created his remarkable murals on the walls of caves in Jrance.
Q B9rimitive human form originated in 5ermanyB.
Q Btudy of caves is the study of earth# water# life and early manB.
Q B.ro:6agnon man was more intelligent than Geanderthal manB.
Q B.aves are a natural attraction because they reveal information about the early manB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
'lthough invaders represent the threat to the conservation of flora and fauna#
there are two special cases in which invasion have been deliberately brought about. "ne
is the desire to control pests by natural predators# which may have to be brought from
other countries. The second is releasing organisms into the wild (or on to farms# from
which they might escape) that are completely novel# because they have been genetically
engineered. There is nothing intrinsically sinister about engineered organisms# but any
novelty must be regarded as potential invader.
Q B9ests are more dangerous than their natural predatorsB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
;ife in colonial times was harsh# and the refinements of the mother country
were ordinarily lacking. The colonists# however# soon began to mold their >nglish culture
into the fresh environment of new land. The influence of religion permeated the entire
way of life. 0n most outhern colonies# the 'nglican church was the legally established
church. 0n Gew >ngland# the 9uritans were dominant( and in 9ennsylvania# the Zuakers.
>specially in the Gew >ngland colonies# the local or village church was the hub of
community life( the authorities strictly enforced the abbath and sometimes banished
non:believers. +nfortunately# the same sort of religious intolerance# bigotry and
superstition associated with the age of 2eformation in >urope also prevailed in some of
the colonies# though on a lesser scale. 0n the last half of the 17th century# during sporadic
outbreak of religious fanaticism and hysteria# .onnecticut authorities tried and hanged
several women as BwitchesB. >arly in the 17th century# some other witchcraft persecution
occurred in Airginia. 's the decades passed# however# religious tolerance developed in
colonies.
Q BGew >ngland was part of the outhern coloniesB.
Q B-uring the mid 17th century there was significant improvement in religious tolerance
and superstitionB.
Q B;ife in colonial times was harsh due to the strong influence of religionB.
Q BThe 'nglican church used to govern the people in most outhern coloniesB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
.onfucius said that to know the future we have to understand the past. in his
time# transport# communications and scientific knowledge were less developed than they
are today. news took weeks to travel whereas today satellite links connect the continents
virtually instantaneously# but our technological advances in the field of communications
seem not to improved our capacity to understand one another.
Q B/e understand each other better now than in .onfucius7 time because we can travel
more )uicklyB.
Q B0n .onfucius7 day people were more intelligentB.
Q B/e have made great improvements in transport since .onfucius7 dayB.
Q BTechnological advances in communication and human capacity to understand one
another are directly proportionalB.
Q B0n .onfucius7 day time news took months to travelB.
Q B'ccording to .onfucius the past has a linkage to the futureB.
Q B>ven with the fast developments of the technology we can7t live happilyB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
>very form of art is protected by copyright# upon the e!piration of which the
property passes to the public domain and becomes freely available to anyone wishing to
e!ploit it commercially. the time has come when all treasures should pass to the control
of a trust# and by this be made readily available to anyone on payment of a fee or royalty.
The income from the works Aan 5ogh would alone be enormous. Those who now gain
financial benefit from his genius should make some contribution to the welfare of the arts
in general.
Q B0nstead of buying a ticket# museum goers should pay a fee to a trust for the benefit of
artsB.
Q B0t is not desirable to pass the control of treasures to a trustB.
Q BAan 5ogh7s paintings are not protected by copyrightB.
Q B'll artworks must be managed by a trust# so that the income generated can be used for
the welfare of the artsB.
Q B.opyright in art is valid only for a limited period of timeB.
Q BAan 5ogh7s descendants should be asked to make some contribution to the artsB.
Q BAan 5ogh7s works are under this copy right ruleB.
Q B9eople are free to go to the public because of the copy right ruleB.
Q B9eople gives to theater and collect the money for developmentB.
Q B/e have asked the Aan 5ogh descendants to help for the developments of artB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
"rgani3ing the home can be perceived as conferring power# so large numbers of
women are unwilling to let go of chores# even when they have careers. ' survey found
that# out of L5 new marriages# not one single wife e!pected her husband to share work
e)ually. 'ccording to the Jamily 9olicy tudies .enter# 41& of working wives return
home to do all the cooking. The average male has nearly half as much as more free time
at weekends than his wife# and the typical new father spends 8ust <7 seconds a day talking
to his baby.
Q B"nly career women perceive organi3ing the home as conferring powerB.
Q BThe average wife has half as much free time at weekends as her husbandB.
Q BThe family planning studies center shows that 41& working wives do all the cooking
at homeB.
Q B19& working wives do not want to do the cooking at homeB.
Q B@ousewives want the husbands to take part e)ually in the householdB.
Q B/ives have half as much leisure time as the husbands haveB.
Q B<9& of the men will work e)ually in the house in cleaning and washingB.
Consi!e% the folloin, 'a%a,%a'h$
tatistics show that millions of vehicles have been carried by shuttle over the
past <% years through 'lpine tunnels without one ever catching fire. 0n the 'lpine tunnels#
drivers and passengers sit in their vehicles on the shuttle trains. "nly one vehicle has ever
caught fire on the busy Jrench motorail e)uivalent system. This sort of accident is not
possible in a closed shuttle. 'ssertion that a vehicle fire will lead to catastrophe have no
basis. ince the resources e!ist to detect# control and e!tinguish a fire# and to remove any
persons present safely to an ad8oining wagon# leaving any surviving fire facing rapid
e!tinction within a wagon built to contain fire for <% minutes# catastrophe seems very
unlikely.
Q B 0t is theoretically possible for a vehicle to catch fire even in a closed wagonB.
Q B The Jrench motorail system is inferior to the shuttle train system.B
Q BGo accident can occur in the closed tunnelsB.
Q BJire is allowed to live for <% minB.
Q B'll the cars that travel in the tunnels will be carried by rail shuttersB.
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-irection?
0n this section you will find different )uestions with the same meaning. 0n all such
)uestions your answer has to be same. for e.g.?
0n being thrown by chance with a stranger# you wait for the person to introduce himself
or herself.
(a) Fes (b) Go (c) =
0t is difficult for you to chat about things in general with people.
(a) Fes (b) Go (c) =
These two )uestions have similar meanings. 0f you answer the first one 7G"7 and
the second one 7F>7# i.e. if you differ in your answers to similar )uestions you lose
marks for every )uestion with the above meaning.
The choices to these questions are:
(a) Fes.
(b) Go.
(c) =
1. Fou start to work on a pro8ect with great deal of enthusiasm.
$. Fou would rather plan an activity than take part in it.
<. Fou have more than once taken lead in organi3ing pro8ect or a group of some kind.
,. Fou like to entertain guests.
5. Four interests change )uickly from one thing to another.
L. /hen you eat a meal with others# you are usually one of the last to finish.
7. Fou believe in the idea that we should B eat# drink and be merry# for tomorrow we
die.B
4. /hen you find that something you have bought is defective# you hesitate to demand
an e!change or a
refund.
9. Fou find it easy to find new ac)uaintances.
1%. Fou are sometimes bubbling over with energy and sometimes very sluggish.
11. Fou are happiest when you get involved in some pro8ects that calls for rapid action.
1$. "ther people think of you as being very serious minded.
1<. 0n being thrown by chance with a stranger# you wait for the person to introduce
himself or herself.
1,. Fou like to take part in many social activities.
15. Fou sometimes feel B8ust miserableB for no good reason at all.
1L. Fou are often so much B on the goB that sooner or later you may wear yourself out.
17. Fou like parties you attend to be lively.
14. 0f you hold an opinion that is radically different that e!pressed by a lecturer# you are
likely to tell the
person about it either during or after the lecture.
19. 0t is difficult for you to chat about things in general with people.
$%. Fou give little thought to your failures after they are passed.
$1. Fou often wonder where others get all the e!cess energy they seem to have.
$$. Fou are inclined to stop to think things over before you act.
$<. Fou avoid arguing over a price with a clerk or sales person.
$,. Fou would dislike very much to work alone in some alone place.
$5. Fou often find it difficult to go to sleep at night because you keep thinking of what
happened during the
day.
$L. Fou find yourself hurrying to get to places even when there is plenty of time.
$7. Fou like work that re)uires considerable attention to details.
$4. Fou are satisfied to let some one else take the lead in group activities.
$9. Fou en8oy getting ac)uainted with people.
<%. 0t takes a lot to get you emotionally stirred up or e!cited.
<1. Fou work more slowly and deliberately than most people of your se! and age.
<$. Fou are a carefree individual.
<<. /hen people do not play fair you hesitate to say anything about it to them.
<,. 0t bothers you to have people watch you at your work.
<5. Fou have usually been optimistic about your future.
<L. Fou like to have plenty of time to stop and rest.
<7. Fou take life very seriously.
<4. Fou en8oy applying for a 8ob in person.
<9. Fou would like to be a host or hostess for parties at club.
,%. Fou often feel uncomfortable or uneasy.
,1. Fou are the kind of person who is Bon the goB all the time.
,$. Fou often crave e!citement.
,<. The thought of making a speech frightens you.
,,. Fou find it easy to start conversation with strangers.
,5. Fou often feel guilty without a very good reason for it.
,L. 9eople think you are a very energetic person.
,7. Fou sometimes make )uick decisions that you later wish you hadn7t made.
,4. Fou find it difficult to ask people for money or other donations# even for a cause in
which you are
interested.
,9. Fou are so naturally friendly that people immediately feel at ease with you.
5%. Fou daydream a great deal.
51. Fou are )uick in your actions.
5$. Fou have a habit of starting things and then losing interest in them.
5<. /hen you were a child many of your playmates naturally e!pected you to be the
leader.
5,. Fou sometimes avoid social contacts for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing.
55. Fou have fre)uent ups and downs in mood# sometimes with and sometimes without
apparent cause.
5L. Fou always seem to have plenty of vigour and vitality.
57. 0t is difficult for you to understand people who get very concerned about things.
54. /hen a clerk in a store waits on others who come after you# you call his or her
attention to the fact.
59. Fou would be very unhappy if you were prevented from making numerous social
contacts.
L%. There are times when your future looks very dark.
L1. Fou sometimes wish that people would slow down a bit and give you a chance to
catch up.
L$. 6any of your friends think you take your work too seriously.
L<. Fou hesitate to walk into a meeting when you know that everyone7s eye will be upon
you.
L,. Fou limit your friendships mostly to members of your own se!.
L5. Fou almost always feel well and strong.
LL. Fou seem to lack the drive necessary to get as much as other people do.
L7. Fou make decisions on the spur of the moment.
L4. Fou are rather good at bluffing when you find yourself in difficulty.
L9. 'fter being introduced to someone # you 8ust cannot think of things to say to make
good conversation.
7%. Fou feel lonesome even when with other people.
71. Fou are able to work for unusually long hours without feeling tired.
7$. Fou often act on the first thought that comes into your head.
7<. 't the scene of an accident# you take an active part in helping out.
7,. Fou have difficulty in making new friends.
75. Four mood often changes from happiness to sadness or vice versa without knowing
why.
7L. Fou talk more slowly than most people.
77. Fou like to play practical 8okes upon others.
74. Fou take the lead in putting life into a dull party.
79. Fou would like to belong to as many clubs and social organi3ations as possible.
4%. There are times when your mind seems to work very slowly and other times when it
works very rapidly.
41. Fou like to do things slowly and deliberately.
4$. Fou are a happy:go:lucky individual.
4<. /hen you are served stale or inferior food in a restaurant# you say nothing about it.
4,. Fou would rather apply for a 8ob by writing a letter than by going through with a
personal interview.
45. Fou are often in low spirits.
4L. Fou are inclined to rush from one activity to another without pausing enough for rest.
47. Fou are so concerned about the future that you do not get as much fun out of the
present as you might.
44. /hen you are attracted to a person whom you have not met earlier you make an
active attempt to get
ac)uainted even though it may be )uite difficult.
49. Fou are inclined to limit your ac)uaintances to select few
9%. you seldom give your past mistakes a second thought.
91. Fou are less energetic than many people you know.
9$. Fou often stop to analy3ed your thoughts and feelings.
9<. Fou speak out in meetings to oppose those whom you feel sure are wrong.
9,. Fou are so shy it bothers you.
95. Fou are sometimes bothered by having a useless thought come into your mind over
and over.
9L. Fou get things in hurry.
97. 0t is difficult for you to understand how some people can be so unconcerned about the
future.
94. Fou lie to sell things (i.e. to act as a sales person)
99. Fou are often B;ife of the 9artyB.
1%%. Fou find daydreaming very en8oyable.
1%1. 't work or at play other people find it hard to keep up with the pace you set.
1%$. Fou can listen to a lecture without feeling restless.
1%<. Fou would rather work for a good boss than for yourself.
1%,. Fou can e!press yourself more easily in speech than in writing.
1%5. Fou keep in fairly uniform spirits.
1%L. Fou dislike to be hurried in your work.
1%7. Fou sometimes find yourself Bcrossing bridges before you come to themB.
1%4. Fou find it somewhat difficult to say BnoB to a sales person who tries to sell you
something you do not
really want.
1%9. There are only a few friends with whom you can rela! and have a good time.
11%. Fou usually keep cheerful in spite of trouble.
111. 9eople sometimes tell you to Bslow downB or Btake it easyB.
11$. Fou are one of those who drink or smoke more than they know they should.
11<. /hen you think you recogni3e people you see in a public place# you ask them
whether you have met
them before.
11,. Fou prefer to work alone.
115. -isappointment affect you so little that you seldom think about them twice.
11L. Fou are slow and deliberate in movements.
117. Fou like wild enthusiasm# sometimes to a point bordering on rowdyism at a football
or baseball game.
114. Fou feel self conscious in the presence of important people.
119. 9eople think of you as being a very social type of person.
1$%. Fou have often lost sleep over your worries.
1$1. Fou can turn out a large amount of work in a short time.
1$$. Fou keep at a task until it is done# even after nearly everyone else has given up.
1$<. Fou can think of a good e!cuse when you need one.
1$,. "ther people say that it is difficult to get to know you well.
1$5. Fou daydreams are often about things that can never come true.
1$L. Fou often run upstairs taking two steps at a time.
1$7. Fou seldom let your responsibility interfere with your having a good time.
1$4. Fou like to take on important responsibilities such as organi3ing a new business.
1$9. Fou have hesitated to make or to accept BdatesB because of shyness.
1<%. Four mood is very easily influenced by people around you.
1<1. "thers are often ama3ed by the amount of work you turn out.
1<$. Fou generally feel as though you haven7t a care in the world.
1<<. Fou find it difficult to get rid of sales person whom you do not care to listen or give
your time.
1<,. Fou are a listener rather than a talker in a social conversation.
1<5. Fou almost always feel that life is very much worth living.
1<L. 0t irritates you to have to wait at a crossing for a long freight train to pass.
1<7. Fou usually say what you feel like saying at the moment.
1<4. Fou like to speak in public.
1<9. Fou like to be with people.
1,%. Fou generally keep cool and think clearly in e!citing situations.
1,1. "ther people regard you as a lively individual.
1,$. /hen you get angry# if you let yourself go# you feel better.
1,<. Fou seek to avoid all trouble with other people.
1,,. 9eople seem to en8oy being with you.
1,5. Fou sometimes feel listless and tired for no good reason.
1,L. 0t is hard to understand why many people are so slow and get so little done.
1,7. Fou are fond of betting on horse races and games# whether you can afford it or not.
1,4. 0f someone you know has been spreading untrue and bad stories about you# you see
the person as
soon as possible and have a talk about it.
1,9. hyness keep you from being as popular as you should be.
15%. Fou are generally free from worry about possible misfortunes.

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T.is test )!sists , 50 8uesti!s. T.e Set C0e ,3 t.is 1/1e3 is D.
1. The . language terminator is
(a) semicolon (b) colon (c) period
(d) e!clamation mark
2. /hat is false about the following :: ' compound statement is
(a) ' set of simple statements (b) -emarcated on either
side by curly brackets
(c) .an be used in place of simple statement (d) ' . function is not a
compound statement.
3. /hat is true about the following . Junctions
(a) Geed not return any value (b) hould always return
an integer
(c) hould always return a float (d) hould always
return more than one value
4. 6ain must be written as
(a) The first function in the program (b) econd function in
the program
(c) ;ast function in the program (d) 'ny where in the
program
5. /hich of the following about automatic variables within a function is correct =
(a) 0ts type must be declared before using the variable (b) They are local
(c) They are not initiali3ed to 3ero (d) They are global
6. /rite one statement e)uivalent to the following two statements? !Ds)r(a)( return(!)(
.hoose from one of the alternatives
(a) return(s)r(a))( (b) printf(Bs)r(a)B)(
(c) return(aXaXa)( (d) printf(B&dB#s)r(a))(
7. /hich of the following about the . comments is incorrect =
(a) .omments can go over multiple lines
(b) .omments can start any where in the line
(c) ' line can contain comments with out any language statements
(d) .omments can occur within comments
8. /hat is the value of y in the following code=
!D7(
yD%(
if(!DL) yD7(
else yD1(
(a) 7 (b) % (c) 1 (d) L
9. 2ead the function conv() given below
conv(int t)
Q
int u(
uD5K9 X (t:<$)(
return(u)(
R
/hat is returned
(a) 15 (b) % (c) 1L.1 (d) $9
10. /hich of the following represents true statement either ! is in the range of 1% and 5%
or y is 3ero
(a) ! PD 1% EE ! OD 5% WW y D D % (b) !O5%
(c) ySD1% EE !PD5% (d) Gone of these
11. /hich of the following is not an infinite loop =
(a) while(1)HQ ....R (b) for((()Q...R
(c) !D%( (d) N define T2+> %
doQ KX! unaltered within the loopXK ...
.....Rwhile(! D D %)( while(T2+>)Q ....R
12. /hat does the following function print=
func(int i)
Q
if(i&$)return %(
else return 1(
R
main()
Q
int D<(
iDfunc(i)(
iDfunc(i)(
printf(B&dB#i)(
R
(a) < (b) 1 (c) % (d) $
13. @ow does the . compiler interpret the following two statements
pDpV!(
)D)Vy(
(a) pD pV!( (b)pDpV!)D)Vy( (c)pD
pV!)( (d)pDpV!K)D)Vy(
)D)Vy( )D)Vy(
Bo% questions )7H):H)/H)8 use the folloin, alte%nati+es$
a.int b.char c.string d.float
14. 797
15. B1 e %$B
16. 1%e%5
17. 15
18. 2ead the folllowing code
N define 6'C 1%%
N define 60G 1%%
....
....
if(!P6'C)
!D1(
else if(!O60G)
!D:1(
!D5%(
if the initial value of !D$%%#what is the value after e!ecuting this code=
(a) $%% (b) 1 (c) :1 (d) 5%
19. ' memory of $% bytes is allocated to a string declared as char Xs then the following
two statements are e!ecuted?
sDB>ntranceB
lDstrlen(s)(
what is the value of l =
(a)$% (b)4 (c)9 (d)$1
20. 5iven the piece of code
int aT5%U(
int Xpa(
paDa(
To access the Lth element of the array which of the following is incorrect=
(a) X(aV5) (b) aT5U (c) paT5U (d)
X(Xpa V 5R
21. .onsider the following structure?
struct num nam
Q
int no(
char nameT$5U(
R
struct num nam n1TUDQQ1$#BJredBR#Q15#B6artinBR#Q4#B9eterBR#
Q11#GicholasBRR(
.....
.....
printf(B&d&dB#n1T$U#no#(X(n1 V $)#no) V 1)(
/hat does the above statement print=
(a) 4#9 (b) 9#9 (c) 4#4 (d)
4#unpredictable value
22. 0dentify the in correct e!pression
(a)aDbD<D,( (b)aDbDcDdD%( (c)float aDint bD <.5( (d)int a(
floatb(aDbD<.5(
23. 2egarding the scope of the varibles(identify the incorrect statement?
(a) automatic variables are automatically initiali3ed to % (b) static variables are are
automatically initiali3ed to %
(c) the address of a register variable is not accessible (d) static variables cannot be
initiali3ed with any e!pression
24. cond 1=cond $=cond <=?e!p 1?e!p $?e!p <?e!p ,(
is e)uivalent to which of the following=
(a) if cond 1
e!p 1(
else if cond $
e!p $(
else if cond <
e!p <(
else e!p ,(
(b) if cond 1
if cond $
if cond <
e!p 1(
else e!p $(
else e!p <(
else e!p ,(
(c) if cond 1 EE cond $ EE cond <
e!p 1 We!p $We!p <We!p ,(
(d) if cond <
e!p 1(
else if cond $ e!p $(
else if cond < e!p <(
else e!p ,(
25. The operator for e!ponentiation is
(a) XX (b) \ (c) & 2!3 not
a+aila"le
26. /hich of the following is invalid
(a) aVDb (b) aXDb (c) aPPDb (d) aXXDb
27. /hat is y value of the code if input !D1%
yD5(
if (!DD1%)
else if(!DD9)
else yD4(
(a)9 (b)4 (c)L (d)7
28. /hat does the following code do=
fn(int n# int p# int r)
Q
static int aDp(
switch(n)
Q
case ,?aVDaXr(
case <?aVDaXr(
case $?aVDaXr(
case 1?aVDaXr(
R
R
(a) computes simple interest for one year (b) computes amount on compound
interest for 1 to , years
(c) computes simple interest for four year (d) computes compound interest for 1
year
29.
aD%(
while(aO5)
printf(B&dHHnB#aVV)(
@ow many times does the loop occurs=
(a) infinite (b)5 (c),
(d)L
30. @ow many times does the loop iterated =
for(iD%(iD1%(iVD$)
printf(B@iHHnB)(
(a)1% (b) $ (c)
5 (d) Gone of these
31. /hat is incorrect among the following
' recursive function
(a) calls itself (b) is e)uivalent to a loop
(c) has a termination condition (d) does not have a return value at all
32. /hich of the following go out of the loop if e!pn $ becoming false
(a) while(e!pn 1)HQ...if(e!pn $)continue(R (b) while(Se!pn 1)HQif(e!pn
$)continue(...R
(c) doQ..if(e!pn 1)continue(..Rwhile(e!pn $)( (d) while(Se!pn $)HQif(e!pn
1)continue(..HR
33. .onsider the following program
main()
Q
unsigned int iD1%(
while(iPD%)
Q
printf(B&uB#i)
i::(
R
R
@ow many times the loop will get e!ecuted
(a)1% (b)9 (c)11 (d)
infinite
34.9ick out the odd one out
(a) malloc() (b) calloc() (c) free() (d)
realloc()
35..onsider the following program
main()
Q
int aT5UDQ1#<#L#7#%R(
int Xb(
bDEaT$U(
R
The value of bT:1U is
(a) 1 (b) < (c) :L (d) none
36. N define prod(a#b)DaXb
main()
Q
int !D$(
int yD<(
printf(B&dB#prod(!V$#y:1%))(
R
the output of the program is
(a) 4 (b) L (c) 7 (d) Gone
37..onsider the following program segment
int n#sumD1(
switch(n)
Q
case $?sumDsumV$(
case <?sumXD$(
break(
default?sumD%(
R
0f nD$# what is the value of sum
(a) % (b) L (c) < (d) Gone
of these
38. 0dentify the incorrect one
1.if(cD1)
$.if(cSD<)
<.if(aOb)then
,.if(cDD1)
(a) 1 only (b) 1E< (c) < only (d) 'll of
the above
39. The format specified for he!a decimal is
(a) &d (b) &o (c) &! (d) &u
40. Jind the output of the following program
main()
Q
int !D5# Xp(
pDE!
printf(B&dB#VVXp)(
R
(a) 5 (b) L (c) % (d)
none of these
41..onsider the following . code
main()
Q
int iD<#!(
while(iP%)
Q
!Dfunc(i)(
i::(
R
int func(int n)
Q
static sumD%(
sumDsumVn(
return(sum)(
R
R
The final value of ! is
(a) L (b) 4 (c) 1 (d) <
43. 0nt XaT5U refers to
(a) array of pointers (b) pointer to an array (c) pointer to a pointer (d)
none of these
44./hich of the following statements is incorrect
(a) typedef struct new
Q
int n1(
char n$(
R -'T'(
(b) typedef struct
Q
int n<(
char Xn,(
R0.>(
(c) typedef union
Q
int n5(
float nL(
R +-T(
(d) Ntypedef union
Q
int n7(
float n4(
R T+-'T(
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This test in not conducted by T. directly# but by a consultancy# named Kentu%e
Mana,ement Associates# based in Trivandrum# Ierala.
Di%ections$
The duration of the test is $ hours. The test is divided into < parts.
9art 0 >nglish ynonyms etc <, Zuestions
9art 00 'rithmetic <$ Zuestions Total? 74
Zuestions
9art 000 .ritical 2easoning 1$ Zuestions.
9art 0 and 9art 000 are 6ultiple .hoice Zuestions and 9art 00 is filling up the
1lanks model.
There are 1% synonyms# 1% antonyms# both of 6.Z type.
0n section 0 there is a passage with seven blank spaces and nine sentences as
answer choices. This passage is about 7mind power7. Fou have to choose the correct
sentence and put the correct choice in the appropriate blank in the main passage. Fou
have to be thorough with the >nglish to answer this Zuestion. The rest of the section is
simple 6athematics problems. 0t would be good if you take a )uick glance to the V$
6aths# since they ask )uestions curves# e)uations and gradients.
ection 00 consists of simple arithmetic problems and some reasoning problems.
Fou have write the answer on the answer sheet and no choices are given.
ection 000 is B.ritical 2easoningB# and the )uestions are of 6.Z type.
They have 0C Zuestion paper sets# named '# 1# .# -# > and J. /e have tried to
draw a general pattern and have included many sample )uestions which are in the same
pattern with the papers.
SYNONYMS
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a. purify
b. a''%o+e
c. edit
>JJ+0A>
a. wise
b. reserved
c. peaceful
'.2"'G.T
a. too im'o%tant
b. worship
c. sacrifice
d. uncertain
"G+
a. honest
b. inclination
c. %es'onsi"ilit#
d. accuse
-0A>25>GT
a.
b.
c. !e+iatin,
d.
J0->;0TF
a. restlessness
b. !islo#alt#
c. feeble
d. vagueness
+2A>0;;'G.>
a. inattention
b. visibility
c. census
d. prevention
/@060.';
a. victorious
b. swift
c. fanciful
d. momentary
G'.>GT
a. threat
b. purpose
c. )uality
d. eme%,in,
1>G05G
a. &in!l#
b. malignant
c. envy
d. tenfold
'G';"5"+
a. capable
d. s'ontaneous
52>5'20"+
a. logical
b. hel'ful
c. solitary
d. noisy
>69020.';
a. theoretical
b. mathematical
c. verbal
d. royal
.0T>
a. galvani3e
b. quote
c. locate
d. visuali3e
T>G'.0"+
a. intentional
b. obno!ious
c. hol!in, fast
d. collecting
T2'G0>GT
a. e'heme%al
b. permanent
c. clear
d. emptiness
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a. worthwhile
b. loquacious
c. circular
d. serious
.'G-0-
a. vague
b. outs'o&en
c. e!perienced
d. an!ious
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a.
d. best
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a.
b.
c.
d.
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a. decrease
b. belittle
c. simplify
d. ma,nif#
5>G>20.
a. e!ternal
b. particular
c. personal
d. subdued
-0A+;5>
a. look
b. refuse
c. deride
d. %e+eal
>JJ05F
a. !umm#
b. organ
c. charge
d. accordion
92>.'20"+
a. ha@a%!ous
b. priceless
c. premature
d. primitive
"G"2"+
a. reassuring
b. %esonant
c. repetitive
d. sisterly
.02.+0T"+
a. in!i%ect
b. culpable
c. com'a%a"le
d. corporeal
'TT>G+'T>
a. appear
b. ea&en
c. testify
d. soothe
b.
c. t%uthfullness
d.
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a. reputation
b. activity
c. long time
d. !u%ation
b. complete
c. obvious
d. aware
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a. dogs
b. vast
c. courage
d. line of ancest%#
ANTONYMS:
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a. illiterate
b. delayed
c. mista&e
d. impediment
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a. agreement
b. distance
c. flight
d. clarity
'G"6';F
a. desperation
b. re)uisition
c. registry
d. %e,ula%it#
1>G05G
a. peaceful
b. blessed
c. wavering
d. mali,nant
'G';"5+>
a. same
b. !i,ital
c. lengthy
d. dull
'G';"5"+
a. not com'a%a"le
b. not capable
-'G5;>
a. hanging
b. loose
c. secu%e
d. mingle
9>G-T@20JT
a. mise%
b. savings
c. cautious
d. e!travagant
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a.
b.
c.
d.
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a. futile
b. famous
c. can!i!
d. indifferent
"9T06+6
a. pessimistic
b. minimum
c. chosen
d. o%st
2>T2"52'->
a. '%o,%essin,
b. inclining
'+56>GT
a. keep away
b. be disturbed
c. to inc%ease
d. dig out
1";T>2
a. defeat
b. to st%en,then
c. be angry
d. depth
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a. light
b. fresh
c. take away
d. energi3e
->10;0T'T>
a. "alm#
b. bedevil
c. animate
d. deaden
->2"5'T"2F
a. roguish
b. immediate
c. conferred
d. '%aisin,
>22"G>"+
a. accu%ate
b. dignified
c. not culpable
d. not congenial
.>G+2>
a. process
b. enclose
c. '%aise
d. penetrate
-0A+;5>
a. converge
b. intake
c. involve
d. conceal
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a. inattention
b. visibility
c. census
d. prevention
@'69>2
a.
b.
c.
d.
c. evaluating
d. concentrating
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a. carried
b. close
c. 'e%manent
d. certain
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a. falsehoo!
b. sanctity
c. rarity
d. household
.>G+2>
a. augment
b. eradicate
c. enthrall
d. commen!
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a. theo%etical
b. mathematical
c. verbal
d. royal
c. curious
d. abrupt
>C"G>2'T>
a. forge
b. accuse
c. record
d. reimburse
52>5'20"+
a. anticipating
b. glorious
c. antisocial
d. similar
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a. indecisive
b. apathetic
c. emotionall# in+ol+e!
d. authoritative
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1. 0f AC+9;A@ is written as +260># what is @-A- =
Ans6 PEASA (hint? in the first word# the alphabets of the 8umbled one is three
alphabets after the corresponding alphabet in the word +260>. D A:<# similarly find
the one for @-A-)
$. 0f --6+Z[6 is coded as .>GT2'; then 21-*I can be coded as :::::::::
Ans6 .CEIL (hint? /rite both the 8umbled and the coded word as a table# find
the relation between the corresponding words# i.e .D -:1# GD6V1 E so on
<. 0n the word >."G"6>T20.# if the first and second # third and forth #forth and fifth#
fifth and si!th words are interchanged up to the last letter# what would be the tenth letter
from right=
Ans6 o%! is CENOMOTEIFSC tenth o%! is F
,. Jind the result of the following e!pression if# 6 denotes modulus operation# 2 denotes
round:off# T denotes truncation? 6(<7<#5)V2(<.,)VT(7.7)V2(5.4)
Ans6 )1
5. /hat is the largest prime number that can be stored in an 4:bit memory=
Ans6
L. Jind the physical )uantity in units from the e)uation? (JorceX-istance)K
(AelocityXAelocity)
Ans6 Ns
*
>m
7. Jind the value of __V$5:VV_1L# where _ denotes Bs)uareB and V denotes Bs)uare
rootB.
Ans$ /*)
4. 0f f(%)D1 and f(n)D f(n:1)Xn# find the value of f(,).
Ans$ *7
9. .onvert the decimal number <1% to the base L.
Ans$ )*47
1%. Jind the missing number in the series? $# 5# YY # 19 # <7# 75
Ans$ 1
11. 0n a two:dimensional array# C(9#7)# with each element occupying , bytes of memory#
with the address of the first element C(1#1) is <%%%# find the address of C(4#5).
Ans6
1$. Jind the fourth row# having the bit pattern as an integer in an 4:bit computer# and
e!press the answer in its decimal value.
' % % % % 1 1 1 1
1 % % 1 1 % % 1 1
. % 1 % 1 % 1 % 1
('+(1:.)) =
Ans6 *1
1<. .omplete the series $# 7# $,# 77#YY (hint? $X1$D $,# 7X11D 77# therefore $,X1%D $,%)
Ans$ *75
1,. .onsider the following diagram for answering the following )uestions?
'. Jind the difference between people playing cricket and tennis alone.
Ans$ 7
1. Jind the percentage of people playing hockey to that playing both hockey and
cricket.
Ans$
.. Jind the percentage of people playing all the games to the total number of
players.
Ans$ /G
15. "ne more )uestion of the same type (ame type of diagram( of course in a different
set)
1. @ow many more or less speak >nglish than Jrench=
$. /hat & people speak all the three languages=
<. /hat & people speak 5erman but not >nglish=
Q0n another set cricket# hockey and tennis are changed with the name of some computer
languages# such as *ava# .obol# Jortran (may be some other name)R
1L. elect the odd one out
a. "racle "6 Linu- c. 0ngress
d. -1$
17. elect the odd one out
a. 6T9 b. /'9 c6 SAP d.
'29
14. elect the odd man out.
a. *ava b. ;isp c. malltalk
!6 Eiffel
19. /hich of the following are orthogonal pairs=
a. <iV$8 b. iV8 c. $i:<8
d. :7iV8
$%. Gumber of faces# vertices and edges of a cube
a. 1$#4#L b. ,#L#4 c6 /H9H)*
d. L#1$#4
$1. 5iven a 1ar .hart showing the sales of a company. (0n Jigure) The sales in years as
shown in the figure are (in crores) 1994:1999 : 1<%# 1997:1994 : 9%# 199L:1997 : 9%#
1995:199L : 7%
1. The highest growth rate was for the year
Ans6 )1190)111
$. The net increase in sales of the company in the year span of 1995:1999
Ans6 /5 c%o%es6
<. The lowest growth rate was for the year
Ans6 )118
$$. Jind the value of the decimal number to the base 7.
Ans6 )74/6
$<. .omplete the series?5#L#7#4#1%#11#1,#YY.
Ans6 ):
$,. 0f the verte! (5#7) is placed in the memory. Jirst verte! (1#1) cs address is 1$,5 and
then address of (5#7) is ::::::::::
Ans6
$5. 0n which of the system# decimal number <4, is e)ual to 1$<,=
Ans6
$L. ' man# a woman# and a child can do a piece of work in L days. 6an only can do it in
$, days. /oman can do it in 1L days and in how many days child can do the same work=
Ans6
$7. 0n 6adras# temperature at noon varies according to :t\$K$ V 4t V <# where t is elapsed
time. Jind how much temperature more or less in ,pm to 9pm.
Ans6
$4. The si3e of the bucket is G kb. The bucket fills at the rate of %.1 kb per millisecond. '
programmer sends a program to receiver. There it waits for 1% milliseconds. 'nd
response will be back to programmer in $% milliseconds. @ow much time the program
takes to get a response back to the programmer# after it is sent=
Ans6
$9. The si3e of a program is G. 'nd the memory occupied by the program is given by 6
D s)uare root of 1%%G. 0f the si3e of the program is increased by 1& then how much
memory now occupied =
Ans6
<%. ' power unit is there by the bank of the river of 75% meters width. ' cable is made
from power unit to power a plant opposite to that of the river and 15%%mts away from the
power unit. The cost of the cable below water is 2s. 15K: per meter and cost of cable on
the bank is 2s.1$K: per meter. Jind the total of laying the cable.
Ans6 Fs6 **H:55 (hint? the plant is on the other side of the plant i.e. it is not on
the same side as the river)
QThere are two )uestions# both showing a curve. 0n the first one# you have to identify the
curve. 0n the second one you have to /rite the e)uation of the curve. 0n R
>.T0"G 00
1. 0f ' can copy 5% pages in 1% hours and ' and 1 together can copy 7% pages in 1%
hours# how much time does 1 takes to copy $L pages=
a. b. c. d.
$. 6atch the following?
1. 6ale : 1oy :::P a. ' type of
$. )uare : 9olygon :::P b. ' part of
<. 2oof : 1uilding :::P c. Got a type of
,. 6ushroom : Aegetables :::P d. ' superset of
'ns? 1: d# $: a# <: b# ,: c
<. 6atch the following.
1. brother d sister :::P a. 9art of
$. 'lsatian d dog :::P b. ibling
<. sentence d paragraph :::P c. Type of
,. car : steering :::P d. Got a type of
Ans6 1:b# $:c# <:a# ,:d
.uestions *50 *7 a%e "ase! on the folloin, 'assa,e$
The office staff of the CF[ corporation presently consists of three
bookkeepers ('# 1 and .) and five secretaries (-# ># J# 5 and @). 6anagement is
planning to open a new office in another city using three secretaries and two bookkeepers
of the current staff. To do so they plan to separate certain individuals who do not function
well together. The following guidelines were established to set up the new office?
0. 1ookkeepers ' and . are constantly finding fault with one another and
should not be sent as a team to the new office.
00. . and > function well alone but not as a team. They should be separated.
000. - and 5 have not been on speaking terms for many months. They should
not go together.
0A. ince - and J have been competing for promotion# they should not be a
team.
Ans6
,. 0f ' is to be moved as one of the bookkeepers# which of the following cannot be a
possible working team=
(a) '1->@ 2"3 AADGH (c) '1>J@ (d) '1>5@ (e)
'1J5@
5. 0f . and J are moved to the new office# how many combinations are possible=
2a3 ) (b) $ (c) < (d) , (e) 5
L. 0f . is sent to the new office# which member of the staff cannot go with .=
(a) 1 2"3 D (c) J (d) 5 (e)
@
7. +nder the guidelines developed# which of the following must go to the new office=
2a3 A (b) - (c) > (d) 5 (e)
@
4. 0f - goes to the new office which of the following is (are) true=
0. . cannot go.
00. ' cannot go.
000. @ must also go.
a. 0 only. b. 00 only. c. 0 and 00 only. !6 I an! III onl#6 e. 0#
00 and 000.
9. Two stations ' E 1 are 11% km apart. "ne train starts from ' at 7 am# and travels
towards 1 at $%kmph. 'nother train starts from 1 at 4 am and travels towards ' at
$5kmph. 't what time will they meet=
a. 9 am "6 )5 am c. 11 am d. 1%.<% am
1%. 0f a man can swim downstream at Lkmph and upstream at $kmph# his speed in still
water is?
a6 7&m'h b. $kmph c. <kmph d. $.5kmph
Anse% the folloin, th%ee questions "ase! on the 'a%a,%a'h$
' student applying at a college should take three courses. There are altogether four
courses# namely# cience# 6aths# ocial udies and >conomics. (The names may vary#
but the pattern is the same)
"ne can take a cience course onty if he has taken a 6aths course.
"ne can take a 6aths course only if he has taken a cience course.
"ne can take a n >conomics course only if he has taken a ocial tudies course.
11. /hich of the following is a possible course=
a. Two cience courses and a ocial tudies .ourse.
b. Two 6aths courses and an >conomics course.
c6 One Mats cou%seH one Science cou%se an! a Social Stu!ies cou%se6
d. "ne 6aths course# one cience course and an >conomics course.
1$. /hich of the following courses a student can take=
0. "ne cience# one ocial tudies# one >conomics
00. Two cience# one ocial tudies
000. Two cience# one 6aths.
a. 0 only "6 III onl# c. 0 and 00 only
d. 00 and 000 only
1<. /hich of the following is not a possible course=
a. Two cience courses and a 6aths course. b. Two 6aths course
and a cience course.
c. "ne 6aths course# one cience course and a ocial tudies .ourse.
!6 One Maths cou%seH one Science cou%se an! an Economics cou%se6
>.T0"G 000
1. There are 9 people 0# *# I# ;# 6# G# "# 9 and Z living in a five storied building. The
top floor has only one room and all other floors have two rooms. Go rooms are vacant.
Go rooms carry two people.
Q There are some conditions like the following R
I and G live on the same floor.
; is living in a floor lower than 0.
Z is living in an upper floor than G.
" lives in the third floor.
Q Jour )uestions are asked based on this paragraph regarding the floor a specific person
lives on( some conditions given and to state which one is valid( some condition# based on
which to state in which floor a specific person lives etc. R
I!te37ie-"
The test is followed by a Te).!i)/2 and a '< interview. The technical interview is highly
speciali3ed and covers almost all sub8ects you have done in your curriculum. @owever
one is re)uired to name hisKher favorite sub8ect on which most of the interview is
focused. Jor .omputer >ngineers .# "perating ystems# -16# 6icroprocessors are
mostly focused upon. >lectronics >ngineers can be grilled on -.;-# 6icroprocessors
and .ommunications.
The @2 interview which follows the technical interview is very general. The @2
interview is also important. 6ostly )uestions are asked to test your temperament. Fou
maybe asked your opinion on a variety of current affair topics. /e were asked about
@omose!uality# ;esbianism (the movie J02>)# Iashmir# 5enome 9ro8ect etc. 0n some
cases )uestions regarding the company are asked. ometimes you would be interviewed
by a 1/!e2 and both the technical and @2 interviews will be covered in one session.

@I#CO SD@
The written test is of two parts?
Se)ti! A ? 'ptitude Test
Se)ti! * ? . Test
The /1titu0e was a mi!ture of verbal# analytical and )uantitative )uestions. 0t is based on
a pattern similar to the 52> tests and )uestions found in 2. 'garwal
The ) se)ti! tests your knowlege in pointers and basic . concepts.
A%TITUDE SECTION
Z1. 6r. hah decided to walk down the escalator of a tube station. @e found
that if he walks down $L steps# he re)uires <% seconds to reach the bottom.
@owever# if he steps down <, stairs he would only re)uire 14 seconds to
get to the bottom. 0f the time is measured from the moment the top step begins
to descend to the time he steps off the last step at the bottom# find out
the height of the stair way in steps=
'ns.,L steps.

Z$. The average age of 1% members of a committee is the same as it was ,
years ago# because an old member has been replaced by a young member. Jind
how much younger is the new member =
'ns.,% years.

Z<. Three containers '# 1 and . have volumes a# b# and c respectively( and
container ' is full of water while the other two are empty. 0f from container
' water is poured into container 1 which becomes 1K< full# and into
container . which becomes 1K$ full# how much water is left in container '=

Z,. '1.> is an isosceles trape3oid and '.-> is a rectangle. '1 D 1% and >. D $%.
/hat is the length of '>=
'ns. '> D 1%.

Z5. 0n the given figure# 9' and 91 are tangents to the circle at ' and 1 respectively and
the chord 1. is parallel to tangent 9'. 0f '. D L cm# and length of the tangent '9
is 9 cm# then what is the length of the chord 1.=
'ns. 1. D , cm.

ZL. Three cards are drawn at random from an ordinary pack of cards. Jind
the probability that they will consist of a king# a )ueen and an ace.
'ns. L,K$$1%.

Z7. ' number of cats got together and decided to kill between them 999919
mice. >very cat killed an e)ual number of mice. >ach cat killed more mice
than there were cats. @ow many cats do you think there were =
'ns. 991.

Z4. 0f ;og$ ! : 5 ;og ! V L D %# then what would the value K values of !
be=
'ns. ! D e$ or e<.

Z9. The s)uare of a two digit number is divided by half the number. 'fter
<L is added to the )uotient# this sum is then divided by $. The digits of the
resulting number are the same as those in the original number# but they
are in reverse order. The ten7s place of the original number is e)ual to twice
the difference between its digits. /hat is the number=
'ns. ,L

Z1%. .an you tender a one rupee note in such a manner that there shall be
total 5% coins but none of them would be $ paise coins.=
'ns. ,5 one paisa coins# $ five paise coins# $ ten paise coins# and 1 twenty:five paise
coins.

Z11. ' monkey starts climbing up a tree $%ft. tall. >ach hour# it hops <ft.
and slips back $ft. @ow much time would it take the monkey to reach the
top=
'ns.14 hours.

Z1$. /hat is the missing number in this series=
4 $ 1, L 11 = 1, L 14 1$
'ns. 9

Z1<. ' certain type of mi!ture is prepared by mi!ing brand ' at 2s.9 a kg.
with brand 1 at 2s., a kg. 0f the mi!ture is worth 2s.7 a kg.# how many
kgs. of brand ' are needed to make ,%kgs. of the mi!ture=
'ns. 1rand ' needed is $,kgs.

Z1,. ' wi3ard named Gepo says B0 am only three times my son7s age. 6y father
is ,% years more than twice my age. Together the three of us are a mere 1$,%
years old.B @ow old is Gepo=
'ns. <L% years old.

Z15. "ne dog tells the other that there are two dogs in front of me. The
other one also shouts that he too had two behind him. @ow many are they=
'ns. Three.

Z1L. ' man ate 1%% bananas in five days# each day eating L more than the
previous day. @ow many bananas did he eat on the first day=
'ns. >ight.

Z17. 0f it takes five minutes to boil one egg# how long will it take to boil
four eggs=
'ns. Jive minutes.

Z14. The minute hand of a clock overtakes the hour hand at intervals of L,
minutes of correct time. @ow much a day does the clock gain or lose=
'ns.<$ 4K11 minutes.

Z19. olve for ! and y?
1K! : 1Ky D 1K<# 1K!$ V 1Ky$ D 5K9.
'ns. ! D <K$ or :< and y D < or :<K$.

Z$%. -aal is now being sold at 2s. $% a kg. -uring last month its rate was
2s. 1L per kg. 1y how much percent should a family reduce its consumption so
as to keep the e!penditure fi!ed=
'ns. $% &.

Z$1. Jind the least value of <! V ,y if !$y< D L.
'ns. 1%.

Z$<. .an you find out what day of the week was *anuary 1$# 1979=
'ns. Jriday.

Z$,. ' garrison of <<%% men has provisions for <$ days# when given at a rate
of 45% grams per head. 't the end of 7 days a reinforcement arrives and it was
found that now the provisions will last 4 days less# when given at the rate
of 4$5 grams per head. @ow# many more men can it feed=
'ns. 17%% men.

Z$5. Jrom 5 different green balls# four different blue balls and three
different red balls# how many combinations of balls can be chosen taking at least
one green and one blue ball=
'ns. <7$%.

Z$L. Three pipes# '# 1# E . are attached to a tank. ' E 1 can fill it in $%
E <% minutes respectively while . can empty it in 15 minutes. 0f '# 1 E .
are kept open successively for 1 minute each# how soon will the tank be filled=
'ns. 1L7 minutes.

Z$7. ' person walking 5KL of his usual rate is ,% minutes late. /hat is his
usual time=
'ns. < hours $% minutes.

TEC'NICA# SECTION

Z1. typedef structQ
char X(
nodeptr ne!t(
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/hat does nodeptr stand for=

Z$. /hat does. int X!TU()( means =

Z<. struct listQ
int !(
struct list Xne!t(
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the struct head.! D1%%
0s the above assignment to pointer is correct or wrong =
'ns. /rong
Z,./hat is the output of the following =
int i(
iD1(
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printf(&d#i)(
'ns. ,
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fp1Dfopen(BoneB#BwB)
fp$Dfopen(BoneB#BwB)
fputc(7'7#fp1)
fputc(717#fp$)
fclose(fp1)
fclose(fp$)R
a.error b. c. d.
'ns. no error. 1ut 0t will over writes on same file.
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Qchar XsDmalloc(4)(
strcpy(s#BgoodbyeB)R
main()
Q
char Xf()(
printf(B&cB#Xf()D7'7)(
R

Z7. Ndefine 6'G(!#y) (!)P(y)=(!)?(y)
Q
intiD1%(8D5(kD%(
kD 6'C(iVV#VV8)
printf(&d &d &d &d#i#8#k)
R
'ns. 1% 5 %

Z4. aD1%(bD 5(cD<(dD<(
if(aOb)EE(cDdVV)
printf(&d &d &d &d a#b#c#d)
else printf(B&d &d &d &d a#b#c#d)(

Z9. NincludeOstdarg.hP
show(int t#vaYlist ptr1)
Q
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aDvaYarg(ptr1#int)
printf(BHn &dB#a)
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display(char)
Q
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listptr(
vaYstar(otr#s)(
nDvaYarg(ptr#int)(
show(!#ptr)(
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main()
Q
display(BhelloB#,#1$#1<#1,#,,)(
R

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Q
printf(BhelloB)(
fork()(
R

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Q
int i D 1%(
printf(B &d &d &d HnB# VVi# iVV# VVi)(
R

Z1$. NincludeOstdio.hP
main()
Q
int Xp# Xc# i(
i D 5(
p D (intX) (malloc(si3eof(i)))(
printf(BHn&dB#Xp)(
Xp D 1%(
printf(BHn&d &dB#i#Xp)(
c D (intX) calloc($)(
printf(BHn&dHnB#Xc)(
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Z1<. Ndefine 6'C(!#y) (!) P(y)=(!)?(y)
main()
Q
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printf(B&d..&d..&dB#i#8#k)(
R

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main()
Q
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printf(Bleft is &d# right is &d# front is &d# back is
&dB#left#right#front#back)(
R

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Q
intaD1%#bD$%(O12P aPD5=bD1%%?bD$%%(
printf(B&dHnB#b)(
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main()
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@I%<O TEC'NOOO(IES
@3itte! Test"
The /ipro test consists of 75 )uestions. 0t is a multiple choice test with !
!e6/ti7e 4/3:i!6. The paper emphasi3es on your basic 11th and 1$th standard physics#
chemistry# maths with about ,%:,5 )uestions on these three sub8ects. There are about 1%:
15 data sufficiency and aptitude )uestions and about 15:$% technical )uestions on your
respective branch of engineering. ' separate paper is held for the various branches of
engineering. The 9.6 and aptitude based )uestions are the same for everyone and
different engineering branches have their own set of )uestions. >veryone though has an
option of writing a hardware or software paper.
TEST1
1. 'n electron moving in an electromagnetic field moves in a
(a) 0n a straight path
(b) 'long the same plane in the direction of its propagation
(c) "pposite to the original direction of propagation
(d) 0n a sine wave
'ns. (b)
$. The total work done on the particle is e)ual to the change in its kinetic energy
(a) 'lways
(b) "nly if the forces acting on the body are conservative.
(c) "nly if the forces acting on the body are gravitational.
(d) "nly if the forces acting on the body are elastic.
'ns. (a)
<. The following unit measure energy?
(a) Iilo:watt hour.
(b) AoltXvoltKsecXohm.
(c) 9ascalXfootXfoot
(d) (.oulombXcoulomb)Xfarad
'ns. (a)
,. 'stronauts in stable orbits around the earth are in a state of weightlessness because
(a) There is no gravitational force acting on them.
(b) The satellite and the air inside it have an acceleration e)ual to that of gravitational
acceleration there.
(c) The gravitational force of the earth and the sun balance giving null resultant.
(d) There is no atmosphere at the height at which the satellites move.
'ns. (b)
5. 'n organ pipe# open at both ends and another organ pipe closed at one end#
will resonate with each other# if their lengths are in the ratio of
(a) 1?1
(b) 1?,
(c) $?1
(d) 1?$
'ns. (c)
L. -uring an isothermal e!pansion of an ideal gas
(a) 0ts internal energy increases.
(b) 0ts internal energy decreases.
(c) 0ts internal energy does not change.
(d) The work done by the gas is not e)ual to the )uantity of heat absorbed by it.
'ns. (c)
7. ' parallel plate capaciator is charged and the charging battery is then disconnected.
0f the plates of the capacitor are moved further apart by means of insulating handles
(a) The charge on the capacitor increases.
(b) The voltage across the plates increases.
(c) The capacitance increases.
(d) The electrostatic energy stored in the capacitor decreases.
'ns. (b)
4. Two e)ual negative charges ) are fi!ed at point (%#a) and (%#:a) on the y:a!is.
' positive charge Z is released from rest at the point ($a#%) on the !:a!is. The charge Z
will
(a) >!ecute simple harmonic motion about the origin
(b) 6ove to the origin and remain at rest
(c) 6ove to infinity
(d) >!ecute oscillatory but not simple harmonic motion
'ns. (d)
9. ' s)uare conducting loop of length ;on a side carries a current 0.
The magnetic field at the centre of the loop is
(a) 0ndependant of ;
(b) 9roportional to ;X;
(c) 0nversely proportoinal to ;
(d) -irectly proportional to ;
'ns. (c)
1%. The focal length of a conve! lens when placed in air and then in water will
(a) 0ncrease in water with respect to air
(b) 0ncrease in air with respect to water
(c) -ecrease in water with respect to. air
(d) 2emain the same
'ns. (a)
11. The ma!imum kinectic energy of the photoelectron emitted from the surface is
dependant on
(a) The intensity of incident radiation
(b) The potential of the collector electrode
(c) The fre)uency of incident radiation
(d) The angle of incidence of radiation of the surface
'ns. (c)
1$. 'n electron orbiting in a circular orbit around the nucleus of the atom
(a) @as a magnetic dipole moment
(b) >!erts an electric force on the nucleus e)ual to that on it by the nucleus
(c) -oes not produce a magnetic induction at the nucleus
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (d)
1<. The C:rays beam coming from an C:ray tube will be?
(a) 6onochromatic
(b) @aving all wavelengths smaller than a certain minimum wavelength
(c) @aving all wavelengths larger than a certain minimum wavelength
(d) @aving all wavelengths lying between a minimum and a ma!imum wavelength
'ns. (c)
1,. The mass number of a nucleus is
(a) 'lways less than its atomic number
(b) 'lways more than its atomic number
(c) 'lways e)ual to its atomic number
(d) ometimes more and sometimes e)ual to its atomic number
'ns. (d)
15. Two successive elements belonging to the first transition series have the same number
of electrons partially filling orbitals. They are
(a) A and .r
(b) Ti and A
(c) 6n and .r
(d) Je and .o
'ns. (c)
1L. /hen n=l has the same value for two or more orbitals#the new electron enters the
orbital where
(a) n is ma!imum
(b) n is minimum
(c) l is ma!imum
(d) l is minimum
'ns. (b)
17. ' balloon filled with ethylene is pricked with a sharp pointed needle and )uickly
placed in a tank
full of hydrogen at the same pressure. 'fter a while the balloon would have
(a) hrunk
(b) >nlarged
(c) .ompletely collapsed
(d) 2emain unchanged in si3e
'ns. (b)
14. /hich of the following statements is not true=
(a) The ratio of the mean speed to the rms speed is independant of temperature
(b) Tthe s)uare of the mean speed of the molecules is e)ual to the mean s)uared speed at
a certain temperature
(c) 6ean kinetic energy of the gas molecules at any given temperature is independant of
the mean speed
(d) Gone
'ns. (b)
19. /hich of the following statements represent 2aoult7s ;aw
(a) 6ole fraction of solvent D ratio of vapour pressure of the solution to vapour
pressure of the solvent
(b) 6ole fraction of solute D ratio of vapour pressure of the solution to vapour pressure
of the solvent
(c) 6ole fraction of solute D lowering of vapour pressure of the solution
(d) 6ole fraction of solvent D lowering of vapour pressure of the solution
'ns. (a)
$%. >lements having the same atomic number and the same atomic mass are known as
(a) 0sotopes
(b) 0sotones
(c) 0somers
(d) Gone of the above
$1./hich is the most acidic amongst
(a) Gitrophenol
(b) ":toulene
(c) 9henol
(d) .resol
$$. 9ure water does not conduct electricity because it is
(a) 'lmost not ionised
(b) ;ow boiling
(c) Geutral
(d) 2eadily decomposed
'ns. (a)
$<. 0n a salt bridge# I.l is used because
(a) 0t is an electrolyte
(b) The transference number of IV and .le is nearly the same
(c) 0t is a good conductor of electricity
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (d)
$,. ' depolari3er used in the dry cell batteries is
(a) I.l
(b) 6n"$
(c) I"@
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (b)
$5. The hydrolysis of alkyl halides by a)ueous Ga"@ is best termed as
(a) >lectrophylic substitution reaction
(b) >lectrophylic addition reaction
(c) Gnucleophylic addition reaction
(d) Gucleophylic substitution reaction
'ns. (d)
$L. The hydrocarbon that gives a red precipitate with ammoniacal cuprous chloride is
(where 77 means a triple bond)
(a) .@<:.@$:.@$:.@<
(b) .@<:..:.@<
(c).@$D.@:.@D.@$
(d) .@<:.@$:..@
'ns. (d)
$7. /hich of the following reagents is neither neutral nor basic
(a) ;ucas7 reagent
(b) Tollen7s reagent
(c) 1ayer7s reagent
(d) Jehling7s solution
'ns. (a)
$4. The substance which is most easily nitrated
(a) Toluene
(b) 1ben3ene
(c) Gitroben3ene
(d) .hloroben3ene
'ns. (a)
$9. .arbylamine reaction is a test for
(a) 9rimary amine
(b) econdary amine
(c) Tertiary amine
(d) Zuarternary ammonium salt
'ns. (a)
<%. /hich of the following o!ides cannot be reduced by carbon to obtain metal
(a) [n"
(b) 'l$"<
(c) Je$"<
(d) 9b"
'ns. (b)
<1. /hich of the following is not an o!ide ore=
(a) .assiterite
(b) iderite
(c) 9yrolusite
(d) 1au!ite
'ns. (b)
<$. /hich among the following is called philosopher7s wool
(a) .ellulose
(b) .alamine
(c) tellite
(d) .erussite
'ns. (c)
<<. "ut of 1% white# 9 black and 7 red balls# in how many ways can we select one or
more balls
(a) $<,
(b) 5$
(c) L<%
(d) 479
'ns. (d)
<,. ' and 1 throw a dice. The probabilty that '7s throw is not greater than 17s is
(a) 5K1$
(b) 7K1$
(c) 11K1$
(d) 5K<L
'ns. (b)
<5. 5iven two numbers a and b. ;et ' denote the single '6 between these and denote
the sum of n '6s
between them. Then K' depends upon
(a) n
(b) n#a
(c) n#b
(d) n#a#b
'ns. (a)
<L. 0f the sum of the roots of the e)uation a!]Vb!VcD% is e)ual to the sum of the s)uares
of their reciprocals#
then# aKc# bKa# cKb are in
(a) '9
(b) 59
(c) @9
(d) Gone of the these
'ns. (c)
0n the following )uestions ` represents the integral sign:for eg. 1`$Tf(!)U means
integration of
the function f(!) over the interval 1 to$.
<7. Aalue of :1`$TW$:!]WUd!# ie integration of the function W$:!]W over the interval :1 to $.
(a) %
(b) 1
(c) $
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (d)
<4. 0f %`Tlog sin!Ud!Dk#then the value of %`K,Tlog(1 V tan !)Ud! #where stands for
pi#is
(a) :kK,
(b) kK,
(c) :kK4
(d) kK4
'ns. (c)
<9. 0f a#b#c be in 59 and p#) be respectively '6 between a#b and b#c then
(a) $KbD1KpV1K)
(b) $KbD1Kp:1K)
(c) $DaKp:cK)
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
,%. ' solution of I6n", is reduced to 6n"$ .The normality of solution is %.L.The
molarity is
(a) 1.46
(b) %.L6
(c) %.16
(d) %.$6
'ns. (d)

The questions 7)07/ a%e "ase! on the folloin, 'atte%n6The '%o"lems "elo contain a
question
an! to statements ,i+in, ce%tain !ata6 Dou ha+e to !eci!e hethe% the !ata ,i+en in the
statements a%e sufficient fo% anse%in, the questions6The co%%ect anse% is
(') 0f statement (0) alone is sufficient but statement (00) alone is not sufficient.
(1) 0f statement(00) alone is sufficient but statement(0) alone is not sufficient.
(.) 0f both statements together are sufficient but neither of statements alone is sufficient.
(-) 0f both together are not sufficient.

,1. /hat is *ohn7s age=
(0) 0n 15 years *ohn will be twice as old as -ias would be
(00) -ias was born 5 years ago
'ns. (.)
,$. /hat is the distance from city ' to city . in kms=
(0) .ity ' is 9% kms from .ity 1
(00) .ity 1 is <% kms from .ity .
'ns. (-)
,<.0s 'D. = '#1#. are real numbers
(0) ':1D1:.
(00) ':$. D .:$1
'ns. (.)
,,. /hat is the <%th term of a given se)uence =
(0) The first two terms of the se)uence are 1#1K$
(00) The common difference is :1K$
'ns. (')
,5./as 'vinash early# on time or late for work=
(0) @e thought his watch was 1% minutes fast
(00) 'ctually his watch was 5 minutes slow
'ns. (-)
,L. /hat is the value of ' if ' is an integer=
(0) '
,
D 1
(00) '
<
V 1 D %
'ns. (1)
,7. ' person travels 1$ km in the southward direction and then travels 5km to the right
and then travels 15km toward the right and finally travels 5km towards the east# how far
is he from his starting place=
(a) 5.5 kms
(b) < km
(c) 1< km
(d) L., km
'ns. (b)
,4. C7s father7s wife7s father7s granddaughter uncle will be related to C as
(a) on
(b) Gephew
(c) +ncle
(d) 5randfather
'ns. (c)
,9. Jind the ne!t number in the series 19 3 97 913 921 931
(a) ,<
(b) <<
(c) ,1
(d) ,5
'ns. (a)
5%. 0f in a certain code B2'G5>B is coded as 1$<,5 and B2'G-"6B is coded as
1$<L74.
Then the code for the word B6'G5"B would be
(a) 4$<57
(b) 49<,<
(c) 4,L$9
(d) 4$<,7
'ns. (d)
51. 0f B92"69TB is coded as Z9;" #then B9;'F>2B should be
(a) Z61[J
(b) Z/6J-/
(c) Z+2>C6
(d) +2>T0
'ns. (a)

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L people '#1#.#-#> and J sit around a table for dinner.ince ' does not like .# he doesn7t
sit either opposite or beside ..1 and J always like to sit opposite each other.
5$. 0f ' is beside J then who is are the two neighbours of 1=
(a) - and .
(b) > and .
(c) - and >
(d) >ither (a) or (b)
'ns. (c)
5<. 0f - is ad8acent to J then who is ad8acent to .=
(a) > and 1
(b) - and '
(c) - and 1
(d) either (a) or (c)
'ns.(d)
5,. .omplete the se)uence A9 E 9I 9$ 9Q 9U 9 U 9 U
(a) 1# J
(b) F# .
(c) 5# 0
(d) I# "
'ns.(b)
55. ' person travels Lkm towards west# then travels 5km towards north #then finally
travels
Lkm towards west. /here is he with respect to his starting position=
(a) 1<km east
(b) 1<km northeast
(c) 1<km northwest
(d) 1<km west
'ns. (c)
5L. 0f ' speaks the truth 4%& of the times# 1 speaks the truth L%& of the times.
/hat is the probability that they tell the truth at the same time
(a) %.4
(b) %.,4
(c) %.L
(d) %.1,
'ns.(b)
57. 0f the time )uantum is too large# 2ound 2obin scheduling degenerates to
(a) hortest *ob Jirst cheduling
(b) 6ultilevel Zueue cheduling
(c) J.J
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
54. Transponders are used for which of the following purposes
(a) +plinking
(b) -ownlinking
(c) 1oth (a) and (b)
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
59. The format specifier B:&dB is used for which purpose in .
(a) ;eft 8ustifying a string
(b) 2ight 8ustifying a string
(c) 2emoving a string from the console
(d) +sed for the scope specification of a charTU variable
'ns. (a)
L%. Airtual functions allow you to
(a) .reate an array of type pointer:to:base:class that can hold pointers to derived classes
(b) .reate functions that have no body
(c) 5roup ob8ects of different classes so they can all be accessed by the same function
code
(d) +se the same function call to e!ecute member functions to ob8ects from different
classes
L$. ' sorting algorithm which can prove to be a best time algorithm in one case
and a worst time algorithm in worst case is
(a) Zuick ort
(b) @eap ort
(c) 6erge ort
(d) 0nsert ort
'ns. (a)
L<. /hat details should never be found in the top level of a top:down design=
(a) -etails
(b) .oding
(c) -ecisions
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
L,. 0n an absolute loading scheme# which loader function is accomplished by assembler
(a) 2eallocation
(b) 'llocation
(c) ;inking
(d) 1oth (a) and (b)
'ns. (d)
L5. 1anker7s algorithm for resource allocation deals with
(a) -eadlock prevention
(b) -eadlock avoidance
(c) -eadlock recovery
(d) Gone of these
'ns. (b)
LL. Thrashing can be avoided if
(a) The pages# belonging to the working set of the programs# are in main memory
(b) The speed of .9+ is increased
(c) The speed of 0K" processor are increased
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (a)
L7. /hich of the following communications lines is best suited to interactive processing
applications=
(a) Garrowband channels
(b) imple! channels
(c) Jull:duple! channels
(d) 6i!edband channels
'ns. (b)
L4. ' feasibility document should contain all of the following e!cept
(a) 9ro8ect name
(b) 9roblem descriptions
(c) Jeasible alternative
(d) -ata flow diagrams
'ns. (d)
L9. /hat is the main function of a data link content monitor=
(a) To detect problems in protocols
(b) To determine the type of transmission used in a data link
(c) To determine the type of switching used in a data link
(d) To determine the flow of data
'ns. (a)
7%. /hich of the following is a broadband communications channel=
(a) .oa!ial cable
(b) Jiber optic cable
(c) 6icrowave circuits
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (d)
71. /hich of the following memories has the shortest access time=
(a) .ache memory
(b) 6agnetic bubble memory
(c) 6agnetic core memory
(d) 2'6
'ns. (a)
7$. ' shift register can be used for
(a) 9arallel to serial conversion
(b) erial to parallel conversion
(c) -igital delay line
(d) 'll the above
'ns. (d)
7<. 0n which of the following page replacement policies# 1alady7s anomaly occurs=
(a) J0J"
(b) ;2+
(c) ;J+
(d) G2+
'ns. (a)
7,. ubschema can be used to
(a) .reate very different# personalised views of the same data
(b) 9resent information in different formats
(c) @ide sensitive information by omitting fields from the sub:schema7s description
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (d)
75. Zuestion on l:values in automata

TEST2
1./hen a bicycle is in motion#the force of friction e!erted by the ground on the two
wheels is such that it acts
(a) 0n the backward direction on the front wheel and in the forward direction on the rear
wheel.
(b) 0n the forward direction on the front wheel and in the backward direction on the rear
wheel.
(c) 0n the backward direction on both the front and rear wheels.
(d) 0n the backward direction on both the front and rear wheels.
'ns. (d)
$. ' certain radioactive element '# has a half life D t seconds.
0n (tK$) seconds the fraction of the initial )uantity of the element so far decayed is
nearly
(a) $9&
(b) 15&
(c) 1%&
(d) ,5&
'ns. (a)
<. /hich of the following plots would be a straight line =
(a) ;ogarithm of decay rate against logarithm of time
(b) ;ogarithm of decay rate against logarithm of number of decaying nuclei
(c) -ecay rate against time
(d) Gumber of decaying nuclei against time
'ns. (b)
,. ' radioactive element ! has an atomic number of 1%%.
0t decays directly into an element y which decays directly into element 3.
0n both processes a charged particle is emitted.
/hich of the following statements would be true=
(a) y has an atomic number of 1%$
(b) y has an atomic number of 1%1
(c) 3 has an atomic number of 1%%
(d) 3 has an atomic number of 1%1
'ns. (b)
5. 0f the sum of the roots of the e)uation a!
$
V b! V cD% is e)ual to the sum of the s)uares
of their reciprocals
then aKc# bKa# cKb are in
(a) '9
(b) 59
(c) @9
(d) Gone of these
'ns. (c)
L. ' man speaks the truth < out of , times.
@e throws a die and reports it to be a L.
/hat is the probability of it being a L=
(a) <K4
(b) 5K4
(c) <K,
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
7. 0f cos
$
' V cos
$
1 V cos
$
. D 1 then '1. is a
(a) 2ight angle triangle
(b) >)uilateral triangle
(c) 'll the angles are acute
(d) Gone of these
'ns. (a)
4. 0mage of point (<#4) in the line ! V <y D 7 is
(a) (:1#:,)
(b) (:1#,)
(c) ($#:,)
(d) (:$#:,)
'ns. (a)
9. The mass number of a nucleus is
(a) 'lways less than its atomic number
(b) 'lways more than its atomic number
(c) ometimes more than and sometimes e)ual to its atomic number
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
1%. The ma!imum I> of the photoelectron emitted from a surface is dependent on
(a) The intensity of incident radiation
(b) The potential of the collector electrode
(c) The fre)uency of incident radiation
(d) The angle of incidence of radiation of the surface
'ns. (c)
11. /hich of the following is not an essential condition for interference
(a) The two interfering waves must be propagated in almost the same direction or
the two interfering waves must intersect at a very small angle
(b) The waves must have the same time period and wavelength
(c) 'mplitude of the two waves should be the same
(d) The interfering beams of light must originate from the same source
'ns. (c)
1$. /hen C:2ay photons collide with electrons
(a) They slow down
(b) Their mass increases
(c) Their wave length increases
(d) Their energy decreases
'ns. (c)
1<. 'n electron emits energy
(a) 1ecause its in orbit
(b) /hen it 8umps from one energy level to another
(c) >lectrons are attracted towards the nucleus
(d) The electrostatic force is insufficient to hold the electrons in orbits
'ns. (b)
1,. @ow many bonds are present in ."$ molecule=
(a) 1
(b) $
(c) %
(d) ,
'ns. (d)
15. 0n a balanced chemical e)uation
(a) 'toms are conserved
(b) 6olecules are conserved
(c) 6oles are conserved
(d) 2eactant and product molecules are preserved
'ns. (a)
1L. @ow many grams of Ga"@ will react with %.$ e)uivalent of @.l=
(a) %.59
(b) %.$45
(c) 1.14
(d) none of these
'ns. (a)
17. /hich of the following is least acidic
(a) "rtho:cresol
(b) 9ara:cresol
(c) 9henol
(d) 6eta:cresol
'ns. (b)
14. 0n 2eimer:Tiemann7s reaction# the reaction intermediate is
(a) .arbene
(b) -ichloro carbene
(c) .arbonion
(d) .arbonium ion
'ns. (b)
19. /hich of the following is most acidic=
(a) .$@5"@
(b) .@<.@"@.@<
(c) >thanol
(d) .@<"@
'ns. (b)
$%.' catalyst
(a)always slows down the reaction
(b)always starts a rection that would not have ocurred at all otherwise
(c)causes changes in the rate of the reaction
(d)changes the )uantities of the products formed
'ns. (c)
$1.The rate of the first order reaction depends on the
(a) .oncentration of the reactant
(b) .oncentration of the product
(c) Time
(d) Temperature
'ns. (d)
$$. The most abundant element in the universe is
(a) @ydrogen
(b) @elium
(c) "!ygen
(d) ilicon
'ns. (a)
$<. 0ntegrate <! V 5 K (!
<
:!
$
:!V1)
(a) 1K$ log W (!V1)K(!:1) W : ,K(!:1)
(b) log W$Vtan!W
(c) :(1Vlog!)K!
(d) $ logW(tan!)K(tan!V$)
'ns. '
$,. 0f yDcos
:1
(cos! V ,sin!)K(17)
1K$
# then dyKd! is
(a) %
(b) 1
(c):1
(d) none of these
'ns. (b)
$5. 0f the sum of n terms of two series of '.9 are in the ratio 5nV,?9nVL .find the ratio of
their 1<th terms
(a) 1$9K$<1
(b) 1K$
(c) $<K15
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
$L. 0f the letters of the word BrachitB are arranged in all possible ways and these words
are written
out as in a dictionary# what is the rank of the word BrachitB.
(a) ,45
(b) ,4%
(c) ,74
(d) ,41
'ns. (d)
$7. 2avi7s salary was reduced by $5&.9ercentage increase to be effected to bring the
salary
to the original level is
(a) $%&
(b) $5&
(c) << 1K<&
(d) <%&
'ns. (c)
$4. ' and 1 can finish a piece of work in $% days .1 and . in <% days and . and ' in ,%
days.
0n how many days will ' alone finish the 8ob
(a) ,4
(b) <, $K7
(c) ,,
(d) ,5
'ns. (a)
$9. @ow long will a train 1%%m long travelling at 7$kmph take to overtake another train
$%%m long travelling at 5,kmph
(a) 7%sec
(b) 1min
(c) 1 min 15 sec
(d) 55 sec
'ns. (b)
<%. /hat is the product of the irrational roots of the e)uation ($!:1)($!:<)($!:5)($!:
7)D9=
(a) <K$
(b) ,
(c) <
(d) <K,
'ns. (a)
<1. /hich of the following parameters is the same for molecules of all gases at a given
temperature=
(a) 6ass
(b) 6omentum
(c) peed
(d) Iinetic energy
'ns. (d)
<$. ' solid is completely immersed in li)uid. The force e!erted by the li)uid on the solid
will
(a) 0ncrease if it is pushed deeper inside the li)uid
(b) .hange if its orientation is changed
(c) -ecrease if it is taken partially out of the li)uid
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (c)
<<. elect the correct statements
(a) ' simple harmonic motion is necessarily periodic
(b) 'n oscillatory motion is necessarily periodic
(c) ' periodic motion is necessarily oscillatory
(d) 'll of the above
'ns. (a)
<,. 'n elecrton is in8ected into a region of uniform magnetic flu! density with the
components
of velocity parallel to and normal to the flu!./hat is the path of the electron=
(a) @eli!
(b) 9arabola
(c) .ircle
(d) 2ectangle
'ns. (a)
<5. ' constant voltage is applied between the $ ends of a uniform metallic wire.
ome heat is developed in it. The heat developed is doubled if
(a) both the length and radius of the wire are halved.
(b) both the length and radius of the wire are doubled
(c) the radius of the wire is doubled
(d) the length of the wire is doubled
'ns. (b)
<L. 0f Foung7s double slit e!periment is performed in water
(a) the fringe width will decrease
(b) the fringe width will increase
(c) the fringe width remains unchanged
(d) there will be no fringe
'ns. (a)
<7. The shape of a spot of light produced when bright sunshine passes perpendicular
through a hole of very small si3e is
(a) )uare# because the hole is a s)uare
(b) 2ound# because it is an image of the sun
(c) 2ound with a small penumbra around it
(d) )uare with a small penumbra
'ns. (b)

Select the alte%nati+e that lo,icall# follos f%om the to ,i+en statements6
<4.
ome forms are books
'll books are made of paper
(a) ome forms are made of paper
(b) ome forms are not made of paper
(c) Go forms are made of paper
(d) Gone of the above
'ns. (a)
<9.
'll toffees are chocolates
ome toffees are not good for health
(a) ome chocolates are not good for health
(b) ome toffees are good for health
(c) Go toffees are good for health
(d) 1oth (a) and (b)
'ns. (a)

The questions 7507/ a%e "ase! on the folloin, 'atte%n6The '%o"lems "elo contain a
question an! to statements ,i+in, ce%tain !ata6 Dou ha+e to !eci!e hethe% the !ata
,i+en in the statements a%e sufficient fo% anse%in, the questions6The co%%ect anse% is
(') 0f statement (0) alone is sufficient but statement (00) alone is not sufficient.
(1) 0f statement(00) alone is sufficient but statement(0) alone is not sufficient.
(.) 0f both statements together are sufficient but neither of statements alone is sufficient.
(-) 0f both together are not sufficient.
(>) 0f statements (0) and (00) are not sufficient
,%. /hat is the volume of a cubical bo! in cubic centimetres=
(0) "ne face of the bo! has an area of ,9 s).cms.
(00) The longest diagonal of the bo! is $% cms.
'ns. -
,1. 0s 3 positive=
(0) yV3 is positive
(00) y:3 is positive
'ns. >
,$. 0s !Py = !# y are real numbers=
(0) 4! D Ly
(00) ! D y V ,
'ns. 1
,<. 0f a ground is rectangular# what is its width=
(0) The ratio of its length to its breadth is 7?$
(00) 9erimeter of the playground is <9L mts.
'ns. .
,,. 0f the present age of my father is <9 yrs and my present age is ! yrs# what is !=
(0) Ge!t year my mother will be four times as old as i would be.
(00) 6y brother is $ years older than 0 and my father is , years older than my mother.
'ns. .
,5. @ow many brothers and sisters are there in the family of seven children=
(0) >ach boy in the family has as many sisters as brothers
(00) >ach of the girl in the family has twice as many brothers as sisters
'ns. -
,L. ! is not e)ual to %# is ! V y D %=
(0) ! is the reciprocal of y
(00) ! is not e)ual to 1
'ns. '

Bolloin, questions a%e "ase! on lette%Cs analo,#6Bi%st 'ai% of lette%s shoul! ha+e the
same %elationshi' as the secon! 'ai% of lette%s o% +ice +e%sa6
,7. A ? 15;Z ? ? F-0G ? A'JI
(a) >IG
(b) -I6T
(c) -;6
(d) >*"T
'ns. (d)
,4. G;" ? 29 ? ? A ? [C'
(a) A+/
(b) AT2
(c) AT/
(d) T29
'ns. (c)
,9. 0f BsegmentB is coded as rffndou# then BritualB is coded as
(a) shutbm
(b) )8utbk
(c) )hutbk
(d) )hubtk
'ns. (c)
5%. 0f BfootballB is BcricketB #BcricketB is BbasketballB #BbasketballB is
BvolleyballB#BvolleyballB is BkhokhoB and BkhokhoB is cricket# which is not a ball game=
(a) cricket
(b) football
(c) khokho
(d) basketball
'ns. (a)
51. /hich of the following is a recursive set of production
(a) ::P aW'# ' ::P
(b) ::P aW'# ' ::P b
(c) ::Pa'# '::P
(d) Gone of these
'ns. (c)
TEST3
Z1. Two bodies changed from p1v1 to p$v$ state in two ways. The heat supplied is delta Z
and work done is delta /
Then what is constant in these two processes
(a) delta )
(b) delta w
(c) delta ) V delta w
(d) delta ) : delta w
'ns. (d)
Z$. YYYYYYY have same atomic number and same mass number are
(a) 0sotopes
(b) 0sotones
(c) 0somers
(d) 0sobars
'ns. (c)
Z<. /hen a free electron is placed in a plane of electro magnetic then it moves in
(a) in the direction of the electric field
(b) in the direction of magnetic field
(c) of propagation of wave
(d) of the plane containing magnetic field and propagation direction.
Z,. Game the phenomena in which one proton is 8umped from one isomer to another
isomer to create two different elements
(a) functional isomerisim
(b) sterio merisim
(c) tauto merisim
(d) penta merisim
'ns. (c)
Z5. 0n the below compounds which one has ,%& . #L.7& @ and 5<.< & " what is its
empherical formula
(a) .@"
(b) .@$
(c) .$@$"$
(d) .$@<"$
'ns? (b)
ZL. C rays are coming from C ray tube# the wavelength is YYYYYYY a certain
wavelengthKs
(a) below
(b) above
(c) inbetween
(d) out of
'ns. (c)
Z7. 0n a triode valve in order to increase the saturation current what has to be done
(a) increase plate voltage
(b) reduce distance between grid and plate
(c) increase cathode potential
(d) reduce grid potential
'ns. (d )
Z4. even different toys are distributed among < children how many different ways are
possible=
(a)
7
.<
(b)
7
9<
(c) <
7
(d) 7
<
'ns. (c)
Z9. '# 1 ans . are three speakers. They have to speak randomly along with another 5
speakers in a function.
' has to speak before 1 and 1 has to speak before .. /hat is the probability.
'ns. 1KL
Z1%. 0f dy D (sec! V ytan!)d!# Then the curve is
(a) ! D ycos!
(b) ! D ysin!
(c) ! D ytan!
(d) ! D ysec!
'ns. (a)
Z11. Two series are 1L#$1#$L.... and 17#$1#$5.....
/hat is the sum of first hundred common numbers
(a) 1%11%%
(b) 11%1%%
(c) 1%111%
(d) 11%1%1
'ns. (a)
Z1$. There are two sections in a )uestion paper each contain five )uestions. ' students
has to answer L )uestions.
6a!imum no. of )uestions that can be answered from any section is ,. @ow many
ways he can attempt the paper=
(a) 5%
(b) 1%%
(c) 1$%
(d) $%%
'ns. (d)
Z1<. a and b are two numbers selected randomly from 1#$#<.... $5 what is the probability
of a and b are not e)ual.
(a) 1K$5
(b) $,K$5
(c) 1<K$5
(d) $K$5
'ns. (b)
Z1,. The sum of the series 1 V 1(1V1Kn) V <(1V1Kn)
$
V ..... is e)ual to=
'ns. n
$
Z15. Two circles of different radii intersects each other what is the ma!imum no of
intersections
(a) %
(b) 1
(c) $
(d) <
'ns. (c)
Z1L. 0f !D sin
:1
(t)# y D log(1:t
$
)# find d
$
yKd!
$
when tD1K$
(a) 1
(b) %
(c) :4K<
(d) :$K<
'ns. (c)
Z17. 0f ! approaches infinity # then (e
!
d! )K( e
$
!d!) is =
(a) 1
(b) %
(c) :1
(d) $
'ns. (a)
Z14. 0f f(!)D1:cos(1:cos!)K!
,
is continuos at f(%) then what is !
(a) 1
(b) %
(c) 1K,
(d) :1K,
'ns. (c)
Z19. Jor the word +20T0# if you arrange the letters in dictionary order then what is its
rank=
(a) $<,
(b) $<5
(c) $<L
(d) $<7
'ns. (c)
Z$%. 9eriod of sin (($t V <) K L pi)
(a) Lpi
(b) Lpi
$
(c) <pi
'ns. (b)
.*) 0 .*46 Bou% questions ,i+en on the "elo !ata
C#Fand [ are senior engineers. '#1#.#- are 8unior engineers. .ompany wants to select ,
enginers. Two will be senior and two will be 8uniors. The company wants these engineers
to work in the most productive way so they respect each person7s likesKdislikes.
F is not friends with '
[ is not friends with .
1 is not friends with '
1. 0f 1 is selected then who will be the remaining , members =
$. 0f . is selected# [ and YYY cannot be selected=
<. - is always selected if YYY is selected=
Z$,. ' speaks truth 7%& of the times# 1 speaks truth 4%& of the times.
/hat is the probability that both are contradicting each other is =
Z$5. (($!:<)K((!
$
V!V1)
$
)d! is =
Z$L. 2am starts from ' walking $ km Gorth and turns right and walks , km and turns
right again and walks , km and turns right again and walks , km and meets 2adha
at 1walking in the opposite direction to 2am .
a) /hich direction does 2am walk after the first turn=
b) -istance between ' and 1
Z$7. 0f the e)uation !
$
: <! V a D % has the roots (%#1) then value of a is =
Z$4. ' and 17s temperature are 1%c and $% having same surface # then their ratio of
rate of emmisions is =
Z$9. 'n atomic particle e!ists and has a particlular decay rate . 0t is in a train . /hen the
train moves# a person observes for whether the decay rate
(a) increases
(b) decreases
(c) depend on the directions of movement of train
Z<%. /hich of the following e!changes positive ions
(a).cl
:
(b) nh$
:
(c) ch$
'ns. (b)
Z<1. 'fter e!ecution of .69# a instruction in 0ntel 4%45 microprocessor
(a) [J is set and .F is reset.
(b) [J is set .F is unchanged
(c) [J is reset# .F is set
(d) [J is reset # .F is unchanged .
'ns. [J is set and .F is reset
Z<$. The best tool for editing a graphic image is =
Z<<. Getwork scheme defines
a.)one to one
b.) many to many
c.) one to #many =
Z<,. ' person wants to measures the length of a rod.Jirst he measures with standing
ideally then he maeasures by
moving parrel to the rod
(a)the length will decrease in second case
(b)length will be same
(c) length will increse in the second case.
Z<5. "ne +:$<% nucleus is placed in a train moving by velocity emiting alpha rays
./hen the train is at rest the
distance between nucleus and alpha particle is ! . "ne passenger is observing the
particle . /hen the train is moving
what is the distance between particle and nucleus =
(a) !
(b) ! V vt
(c) ! : vt
Z<L. /hat is the resulting solution when ben3ene and toluene are mi!ed =
Z<7. 0f the word J'->G."6T e)uals <,5L479$1 then
1. /hat is J>'T
$. Jind representation of $994
Z<4. 5iven 1% alphabets out of which 5 are to be chosen. @ow many words can be made
with atleast one repetition.
Z<9. 'rrange by acidic values ? phenol# nitrotolouene and o:cresol=
Z,%. Jind sum of < V 5K(1V$
$
) V 7K(1 V $
$
V <
$
) V ......
'ns. <nK(1 V n)
T.e ,22-i!6 /3e ,e- s/412e 8uesti!s t./t 4/;5e /s:e0 i! t.e s,t-/3e 1/1e3.@e
./7e!It 5ee! /52e t 6i7e t.e 7/2ues i! )e3t/i! 1352e4s O !2; t.e t;1e , 8uesti!s
./7e 5ee! 4e!ti!e0.
Z /hat sorting algos have their best and worst case times e)ual =
'ns. "(nlogn) for mergesort and heap sort
Z. /hat page replacement algo . has minimumn number of page faults =
'ns. "ptimality algorithm
Z. /hat is the use of virtual base class in cVV
'ns. 6ultiple lines between derived classes.
Z. Jind the eccentricity of a given node in a directed graph
Z. .onvert the infi! to postfi! for ':(1V.)X(-K>)
'ns. '1.V->KX:
Z. /hat is swapping
Z. 'ssignment operator targets to
'ns. l:value
Z. ' byte addressable computer has memory capacity of $ power m Ibytes and can
perform $ power n operations
an instruction involving three operands and one operator needs ma!imum of :::bits
'ns. <m V n
Z. 0n round robin scheduling# if time )uatum is too large then it degenerates to
'ns. J.J
Z. /hat is network schema=
Z. 9acket 1urst is YYYYYY
Z. 9icard7s method uses YYYYYYY=
'ns. uccessive -ifferentiation.
T.e ,22-i!6 /3e ,e- s/412e 8uesti!s t./t 4/;5e /s:e0 i! t.e ./30-/3e 1/1e3.@e
./7e!It 5ee! /52e t 6i7e t.e 7/2ues i! )e3t/i! 1352e4s O !2; t.e t;1e , 8uesti!s
./7e 5ee! 4e!ti!e0.
Z. .oncentration and restivity is given and conductivity is asked for =
Z. 2 # resistance and .#capacitance is given #find the fre)uency and Z factor of the
crystal =
Z. .ritical fe)uency and angle theta is given (.the ma! useable fre)uency is to
becalculated
Z.Zuestions on parabolic reflector anttena7s and half wave dipole antenna7s design
Z. 2amp signal is generated from integrator ./hether it is a low or high pass filter .=
Z. .alculate J6 bandwidth given ma! modulation fe)uency J6 # ma! fre) deviation # f
and 4 pairs alllowable
side band component =
'A<D@A<E %A%E<
1. 'dd 79@ and 4L@ and tell the contents of flags
2. cr is used for YYYYY ( ac# dc # both )
3. 9ush pull amplifier is used to remove which harmonics ( even # odd # both )
4. 9'6 is demodulated using YYY ( low pass filter # high pass filter )
5. 1Lk memory is needed. @ow many chips with 1$ address buses and , data buses are
needed.
6. '6 wave is detected using YYYYYYYYY detector
7. /hich flip flop is used for shift registers
8. 9rogram counter does what YY (stores a memory address# address of the present
instruction)
9. 0n a bistable multivibrator communication capacitor is used for YYYYYY ( speed up
response # ac coupling)
10. Totem pole is what=
11. Time costant for an integrator and differentiator should be ( small # high etc.)
12. TA waves are YY ( sky waves # space waves etc.)
13. /hich configuration has highest iKp imp. ( ce # cb # cc )
14. 9arabolic antenna with $degree angle. /hat is its directivity.
15. 5iven 1% mh3 pe modulation and we got a 1%% mh3 band.
@ow many channels can be there.
16. 0f oKp power is doubled by how much does the sound increase ( 1db#$db#<db )

I!te37ie-"
The test is followed by a Technical and a @2 interview. The technical interview is
highly speciali3ed and covers almost all sub8ects you have done in your curriculum.
@owever one is re)uired to name hisKher favorite sub8ect on which most of the interview
is focused. Jor .omputer >ngineers .# "perating ystems# -16# 6icroprocessors are
mostly focused upon. >lectronics >ngineers can be grilled on -.;-# 6icroprocessors
and .ommunications.
The @2 interview which follows the technical interview is very general. 0n most cases
)uestions regarding the company are asked.

'E<E IS SO$E C QUESTION
C Questions:
1. What does static variable mean?
2. What is a pointer?
3. What is a structure?
4. What are the differences between structures and arras?
5. !n header files whether functions are declared or defined?
6. What are the differences between malloc"# and calloc"#?
7. What are macros? what are its advanta$es and disadvanta$es?
8. %ifference between pass b reference and pass b value?
9. What is static identifier?
10. Where are the auto variables stored?
11. Where does $lobal& static& local& re$ister variables& free memor and ' (ro$ram
instructions $et stored?
12. %ifference between arras and lin)ed list?
13. What are enumerations?
14. %escribe about stora$e allocation and scope of $lobal& e*tern& static& local and re$ister
variables?
15. What are re$ister variables? What are the advanta$e of usin$ re$ister variables?
16. What is the use of tpedef?
17. 'an we specif variable field width in a scanf"# format strin$? !f possible how?
18. Out of f$ets"# and $ets"# which function is safe to use and wh?
19. %ifference between strdup and strcp?
20. What is recursion?
21. %ifferentiate between a for loop and a while loop? What are it uses?
22. What are the different stora$e classes in '?
23. Write down the equivalent pointer e*pression for referrin$ the same element a+i,+-,+),+l,?
24. What is difference between Structure and .nions?
25. What the advanta$es of usin$ .nions?
26. What are the advanta$es of usin$ pointers in a pro$ram?
27. What is the difference between Strin$s and Arras?
28. !n a header file whether functions are declared or defined?
29. What is a far pointer? where we use it?
30. /ow will ou declare an arra of three function pointers where each function receives two
ints and returns a float?
31. what is a N.00 (ointer? Whether it is same as an uninitiali1ed pointer?
32. What is a N.00 Macro? What is the difference between a N.00 (ointer and a N.00
Macro?
33. What does the error 2Null (ointer Assi$nment2 mean and what causes this error?
34. What is near& far and hu$e pointers? /ow man btes are occupied b them?
35. /ow would ou obtain se$ment and offset addresses from a far address of a memor
location?
36. Are the e*pressions arr and 3arr same for an arra of inte$ers?
37. %oes mentionin$ the arra name $ives the base address in all the conte*ts?
38. 4*plain one method to process an entire strin$ as one unit?
39. What is the similarit between a Structure& .nion and enumeration?
40. 'an a Structure contain a (ointer to itself?
41. /ow can we chec) whether the contents of two structure variables are same or not?
42. /ow are Structure passin$ and returnin$ implemented b the complier?
43. /ow can we read5write Structures from5to data files?
44. What is the difference between an enumeration and a set of pre6processor 7 defines?
45. what do the 2c2 and 2v2 in ar$c and ar$v stand for?
46. Are the variables ar$c and ar$v are local to main?
47. What is the ma*imum combined len$th of command line ar$uments includin$ the space
between ad-acent ar$uments?
48. !f we want that an wildcard characters in the command line ar$uments should be
appropriatel e*panded& are we required to ma)e an special provision? !f es& which?
49. %oes there e*ist an wa to ma)e the command line ar$uments available to other
functions without passin$ them as ar$uments to the function?
50. What are bit fields? What is the use of bit fields in a Structure declaration?
51. To which numberin$ sstem can the binar number 8898899899888899 be easil
converted to?
52. Which bit wise operator is suitable for chec)in$ whether a particular bit is on or off?
53. Which bit wise operator is suitable for turnin$ off a particular bit in a number?
54. Which bit wise operator is suitable for puttin$ on a particular bit in a number?
55. Which bit wise operator is suitable for chec)in$ whether a particular bit is on or off?
56. which one is equivalent to multiplin$ b ::0eft shiftin$ a number b 8 or 0eft shiftin$ an
unsi$ned int or char b 8?
57. Write a pro$ram to compare two strin$s without usin$ the strcmp"# function;
58. Write a pro$ram to concatenate two strin$s;
59. Write a pro$ram to interchan$e : variables without usin$ the third one;
60. Write pro$rams for Strin$ <eversal 3 (alindrome chec)
61. Write a pro$ram to find the =actorial of a number
62. Write a pro$ram to $enerate the =ibinocci Series
63. Write a pro$ram which emplos <ecursion
64. Write a pro$ram which uses 'ommand 0ine Ar$uments
65. Write a pro$ram which uses functions li)e strcmp"#& strcp"#? etc
66. What are the advanta$es of usin$ tpedef in a pro$ram?
67. /ow would ou dnamicall allocate a one6dimensional and two6dimensional arra of
inte$ers?
68. /ow can ou increase the si1e of a dnamicall allocated arra?
69. /ow can ou increase the si1e of a staticall allocated arra?
70. When reallocatin$ memor if an other pointers point into the same piece of memor do
ou have to read-ust these other pointers or do the $et read-usted automaticall?
71. Which function should be used to free the memor allocated b calloc"#?
72. /ow much ma*imum can ou allocate in a sin$le call to malloc"#?
73. 'an ou dnamicall allocate arras in e*panded memor?
74. What is ob-ect file? /ow can ou access ob-ect file?
75. Which header file should ou include if ou are to develop a function which can accept
variable number of ar$uments?
76. 'an ou write a function similar to printf"#?
77. /ow can a called function determine the number of ar$uments that have been passed to
it?
78. 'an there be at least some solution to determine the number of ar$uments passed to a
variable ar$ument list function?
79. /ow do ou declare the followin$:
o An arra of three pointers to chars
o An arra of three char pointers
o A pointer to arra of three chars
o A pointer to function which receives an int pointer and returns a float pointer
o A pointer to a function which receives nothin$ and returns nothin$
80. What do the functions atoi"#& itoa"# and $cvt"# do?
81. %oes there e*ist an other function which can be used to convert an inte$er or a float to a
strin$?
82. /ow would ou use qsort"# function to sort an arra of structures?
83. /ow would ou use qsort"# function to sort the name stored in an arra of pointers to
strin$?
84. /ow would ou use bsearch"# function to search a name stored in arra of pointers to
strin$?
85. /ow would ou use the functions sin"#& pow"#& sqrt"#?
86. /ow would ou use the functions memcp"#& memset"#& memmove"#?
87. /ow would ou use the functions fsee)"#& freed"#& fwrite"# and ftell"#?
88. /ow would ou obtain the current time and difference between two times?
89. /ow would ou use the functions randomi1e"# and random"#?
90. /ow would ou implement a substr"# function that e*tracts a sub strin$ from a $iven
strin$?
91. What is the difference between the functions rand"#& random"#& srand"# and randomi1e"#?
92. What is the difference between the functions memmove"# and memcp"#?
93. @ow do you print a string on the printer=
94. .an you use the function fprintf() to display the output on the screen=
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