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They asked us to assemble at 8.15 am in our college auditorium but they weren't on time,

they started with the pre-placement talk only at around 9.10am.

Their eligibility criteria is 70% & above in 10th, 12th & UG (No standing arrears, history of

arrears allowed).

The MD & CEO of the company were the person, who gave the pre-placement talk. This

company was established in the year 1998 & its basically a manufacturer of machine vision

camera & automatic inspection instruments. Their selection criteria is really a bit tough as

there were many rounds to get through in order to get the offer letter.

1) Written test

2) GD (& may also have Tech written test)

3) Tech interview 1

4) Tech interview 2

5) HR interview

6) At last the final interview at their company itself.

Some times they may eliminate any one of the round if time is a constrain.

After the pre-placement talk they started the written test at 10.30am.

The question paper had 2 sections. Each section had sectional cut-off. They evaluate the

2nd section of the paper only if the candidate had qualified the 1st section with the required

cut-off marks.

Section 1 : 10 questions

Section 2 : 3 questions

Both the sections are not multiple choice type. Each question is to be solved clearly

mentioning the steps or reasons behind the answer.

Section 1:

1) There are numbers from 1 to n, which are inverted such that it results in numbers from n

to 1. If only two consecutive numbers are stampled at a time and are inverted, how many

moves are required?

2) Construct a rectangle whose perimeter is 400cm such that it has the maximum area?

3) If I start counting with the numbers 10, 11, 12....in the left hand from little finger to

thumb and counting the next number from fore finger to little finger and then back from

little finger, ring finger, middle finger, fore finger to thumb and so on....on which finger will i

count the number 1099?

4) Consider a boy standing on a building that is 500m height and another boy standing on

the ground. If the boy on the ground throws a ball to the boy standing on the building, with

what vertical velocity must the ball be thrown such that it reaches the boy standing on the

building. Neglect the height of the boys.

5) A person on a motor cycle gains a speed of 10kmph to 60kmph in 10 secs. The angular

rotation of the needle in the speedometer is about 200 degrees. What will be the angular

speed in degrees/sec?

6) A vampire enters a town and bites 2 person every night. The bitten 2 persons grows in to

two big vampires and bites 4 persons the next night. These 4 vampires bites 6 people the

next night and the 6 bites 8 and so on.......how many vampires will be there on the 5th

night?

7) Two cars start from the same point and move towards a destination that is 250km apart.

They move with the speed of 60kmph and 40kmph. At certain point of time during the race,

both the cars interchange their speed such that the second car reach the destination 1 hour

earlier than the first car. What is the time in secs at which they interchange their speeds?

8) This question was about a journey between two towns. During the start of the journey

the odometer reads 39593 ( the reverse of the no is also the same) and at the end of the

journey again the odometer reads a number similar to prior one....If the max speed is

90km/hr during the journey. what will be the avg speed thruout the journey?

Section 2:

1) A person likes to cool his small room during night so that he can sleep pleacefully but he

has no air conditioner in his room. So he opens the door of the refrigerator that he has in

his room. What will happen?

2) When we hit a foot ball, why does it goes along a curved path? (we are not talking about

the path of the projectile due to gravity).

Thats all,

1. Area of a right angled triangle is doubled while its base is reduced to its half what %

increase occurs in its height?

2. Four unit squares are chosen at random on a chessboard. What is the probability that

three of them are of one color and fourth is of opposite colour?

3. A team of 8 students goes on an excursion, in two cars, of which one can seat 5 and the

other only 4. In how many ways can they travel?

4. A 1423-kg car is moving along a level highway with a speed of 26.4 m/s. The driver

takes the foot off the accelerator and the car experiences a retarding force of 901-N over a

distance of 106 m. Determine the speed of the car after traveling this distance.

5. Three metal cubes with edges 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm are melted to form a single cube.

Find the area of the side formed in the large cube.

7. Bullet hitting a wooden block problem

8. Circuit problem where we have to find the current through that particular resistor

1. The question is to find the power given a diagram of resistance and voltage.

2. The question is about finding the force given the mass of a car and the voltage taken by

it with a specified time.

3. int main()

int arr[5]={27,17,7,9,1},i=0,j;

for(j=0;j<5;j++)

sample((i<4)?(arr+i+1):(arr+i));

i=i+2;

i=i%5;

printf(“%d sum=”,sum(arr));

int *tempno;

tempno=num;

num++;

*num=*tempno;

int sum=0,i;

for(i=0;i<4;i++)

sum=sum+arr[i]);

4. int main()

printf(“%d”,func(13));

retuen 0;

functobecalled=(num0%5<5/2)?func1:((num0%5>5/2)?func2:NULL);

if(functobecalled!=NULL)

num0=num0+2;

num0=num0+functobecalled(num+num0);

return num0;

functobecalled=(num1%5<5/2)?func1:((num1%5>5/2)?func2:NULL); num1=num1+2;

num1=num1+functobecalled(num+num1);

return num1;

functobecalled=(num2%5<5/2)?func1:((num2%5>5/2)?func2:NULL); num2=num2+2;

num2=num2+functobecalled(num+num2);

return num2;

1.A rectangle is of length 8 inches, breath 11 inches and thickness 2 inches. When it is

shaped to a cylindrical rod with the diameter is 10m. What is the height of the cylinder?

2.Consider two identical pack of cards A and B. When one card from A is taken and shuffled

with the card B, the first top card of A is the Queen of hearts. What will be the probability

that the top card of B to be King of hearts?

3.Consider a cube such that the product of the three faces of the cube forms the vertex..

The sum of all vertex is 1001. Then what will be the sum of numbers in all the faces of the

cube.

4.A rocket launched accelerates at 3.5m/s^2 in 5.90 secs and2.98m/s^2 in the next 5.98

secs and then experiences a free fall. What time will the rocket be in air?

Assume that the rocket is launched from the ground.

5.From the origin of an electric dipole, the charge is 25(micro coulomb) and after a distance

of 62cm, the charge is -16(micro coulomb). At what point from the origin the value of

electric dipole will be zero.

6.The angle of elevation to the tower is 30(degree) and then moved towards the tower of a

distance 20m. Now the angle of elevation is 60(degree). What is the height of the tower?

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