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TCS Placement Paper 3

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WE WERE NOT ABLE TO GET THE COMPREHENSION AND SENTENCE COMPLETION QUESTIONS AS EVERYONE WROTE THE TEST IN THE MIDNIGHT BETWEEN 11 PM – 4 AM. MOST OF THEM WERE NOT ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE PASSAGE.

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SECTION 1 INTURN CONSISTS OF THREE                   2. A work is done by the people in 24 minutes. One of
PARTS.                                               them can do
                                                     this workalonely in 40 minutes. How much time to do
PART 1                                               the same work
  VERBAL---                                          for the second person?
              IT CONSISTS OF 40 WORDS                (60 minutes)
WHICH HAS 5 MULTIPLE ANSWERS
  FOR THEM.THE MAIN WORDS WHICH I                    3. A car is filled with four and half gallons of fuel for
REMEMBER ARE AS FOLLOWS FOR WHICH                    a round trip.
  YOU SHOULD LEARN THE SYNONYMS OF                   Fuel is taken 1/4 more in going then coming. What is
THESE---                                             the fuel
                                                     consumed in coming up? (2 gallons)
merry= gay
alienate= estrange                                   4.Low temperature at the night in a city is 1/3 more
solicit= beechat                                     than 1/2 high as
heap= to pile                                        higher temperature in a day. Sum of the low tem. and
cargo= freight                                       highest temp.
momentary= transient                                 is 100 degrees. Then what is the low temp? (40 deg.)
volume= quantity
veer= diverge                                        5. A person, who decided to go to weekened trip
dispel= dissipate                                    should not
admonish= cautious                                   exceed 8 hours driving in a day. Average speed of
meager= scanty                                       forward journey
latitude= scope                                      is 40 m/h. Due to traffic in sundays, the return journey
latent= potential                                    average speed
covet= crave                                         is 30 m/h. How far he can select a picnic spot?
discretion= prudence                                           a) 120 miles
latent= potential                                              b) between 120 and 140 miles
emanicipate= liberate                                          c) 160 miles
lethargy= stupor                                     ans: 120 miles
concur= acquiesce
confiscate= appropriate                              6. A salesperson multiplied a number and get the
baffle= frustrate                                    answer 3,
subside= wane                                        instead of that number devided by 3.
misery= distress                                     what is the answer he actually has to get?
pretentious= ostentatious                                                1x3=3
tranquil= serene                                                         so number = 1
efface= obliterate                                                       devided by 3, the ans. is 1/3.
obstinate= stubborn
hover= linger                                        7. A ship started from port and moving with I miles
caprice= whim                                        per hour and another
belate= too late                                     ship started from L and moving with H miles per hour.
renounce= reject                                     At which place these two ships meet?
brim= border
divulge= reveal                                        |----|----|----|----|----|----|
lament= wail                                          port        G H I J K L
bileaf= conviction
adhesive= tenacious                                  8. A building with height D shadow upto G. A
furtive= stealthy                                    neighbour building with
hamper= obstruct                                     what height shadows C feet.
to merit= to deserve
                                                       |----|----|----|----|----|----|----|
                                                       A B C D E F G H
SECTION 1    PART B    20MIN 30 marks 15
QUANTITATIVE.                                        9. A person was fined for exceeding the speed limit by
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~             10 mph.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                            Another person was also fined for exceeding the same
THESE ARE SOME PROBLEMS :                            speed limit
                                                     by twice the same. If the second person was travelling
1.) two pencils cost 8 cents. then 5 pencils cost?   at a
speed of 35 mph, find the speed limit. (15 mph)
                                                              3. Hacking is illegal entry into other computer. this is
10.A bus started from bustand at 8.00am, and after 30       done mostly because
minutes staying                                              of lack of knowledge of computer networking with
 at destination, it returned back to the busstand. The      networks one machine can
destination                                                  access to another machine. hacking go about without
 is 27 miles from the busstand. The speed of the bus is     knowing that each network
18mph. In                                                    is accredited to use network facility.
 return journey bus travels with 50% fast speed.
 At what time it returns to the busstand? (11.00am).          a) Hacking people never break the code of the
                                                            company which they work for
11.In a mixture, R is 2 parts, S is 1 part. In aoder to       b) Hacking is the only vulnerability of the computers
make S to                                                   for the usage
 25% of the mixture, howmuch r is to be added?                  of the data.
                                                              c) Hacking is done mostly due to the lack of
12. wind flows 160 miles in 330 min, for 80 miles           computer knowledge.
how much time required.                                     (there will be some more questions in this one)

13. with 4/5 full tank vehicle travels 12 miles, with 1/3     4. Alphine tunnels are closed tunnels. in the past 30
full tank                                                   years not even a single
   how much distance travels ( 5 miles )                     accident has been recorded for there is one accident in
                                                            the rail road system.
14. two trees are there. one grows at 3/5 of the other in    even in case of a fire accident it is possible to shift the
4 years,                                                    passengers into
   total growth of trees is 8 ft. what growth will           adjacent wagons and even the living fire can be
smaller tree will have                                      detected and extinguished
   in 2 years ( < 2 ft. )                                    with in the duration of 30 min.

15. A storm will move with a velocity of towards              a) no accident can occur in the closed tunnels
the centre in hours,                                          b) fire is allowed to live for 30 min.
   At the same rate how much far will it move in hrs.         c) all the care that travel in the tunnels will be
   ( but the answer is 8/3 or 2 2/3 )                       carried by rail
                                                                 shutters.
SECTION-1 PART-3                marks-50 questions-50         d)
30 min
                                                              5. In the past helicopters are forced to ground or
                                                            crash because of the
  CRITICAL REASONING                                         formation of the ice on the rotors and engines. a new
                                                            electronic device
                                                             has been developed which can detect the watercontent
                                                            in the atmosphere and
 1. My father has no brothers. he has three sisters          warns the pilot if the temp. is below freezing temp.
who has two childs each.                                    about the formation
   My grandfather has sons.                                  of the ice on the rotors and wings.

  a) my grandfather has two sons                              a) the electronic device can avoid formation of the
  b) three of my aunts have two sons                        ice on the wings
  c) my father is only child to his father                    b) there will be the malfunction of rotor & engine
  d) i have six cousins from jmy mother side                because of formation
  e) i have one uncle                                           of ice
                                                              c) the helicopters are to be crashed or down
 2. Ether injected into gallablader to dissolve               d) there is only one device that warn about the
galstones. this type oneday                                 formation of ice.
 treatment is enough for gallastones not for calcium
stones. this method is
 alternative to surgery for millions of people who are        6. In the survey conducted in mumbai out of 63
suffering from this                                         newly married house wives
 disease.                                                    not a single house wife felt that the husbands should
                                                            take equal part in the
  a) calcium stones can be cured in oneday                   household work as they felt they loose their power
  b) hundreds of people contains calcium stones             over their husbands.
  c) surgery is the only treatment to calcium stones
 inspite of their careers they opt to do the kitchen work    dichotomy could not be drawn as the influence of
themselves after                                            dream on waking state would
 coming back to home. the wives get half as much             reamin unclear. But as yet no company rebuilt exists
leisure time as the husbands                                to record the substitute
 get at the week ends.                                       of prendtl dreaming.

   a) housewives want the husbands to take part               a) sleepy can be creative state
equally in the household                                      b) it is difficult to tell whether a sleeper is dream or
   b) wives have half as much leisure time as the           not
husbands have                                                 c) if we know what babies would dream about
   c) 39% of the men will work equally in the house in      before they are born we could
cleaning and washing                                            show that the concise and unconcise mind
   d)                                                       influence on one another
                                                              d) it is untrue claim that concise and unconcise
  7. In confucius days the technology development was       world never impinge
less and it took weeks                                          one another
 to communicate a message. wherein we can send it
through satellite with in                                      10. Any one who has has systematic exam phases
 no time........ even with this fast developments it has    will have perceived a
become difficult to                                          profound although not a prolif of asymmetry whether
 understand each other.                                     or not the exception
                                                             is volitions and self control of spontoneous appeal to
   a) people were not intelligent during confucius days     predict facial as
   b) transport facilities are very much improved in         symmetry as does the type of emotion potrayed.
now-a-days                                                  position can not displace
   c) even with the fast developments of the                 symmetric at left side regret of a negative emotion is
technology we cannot live                                   more common posed
     happily.                                                expression negation emotions are likely to be
   d) we can understand the people very much with the       symmetric representation
development of                                               and where as symmetric occurs relative left sided
     communication.                                         expression is more common.

  8. Senior manager in a big company said that new            a) any angry person is more likely to have left sided
japanies company invades                                    expression than
 in India for transfering the cars from industrial and          some one who has smiling
warned that jobs were                                         b) an actor is likely to smile symmetric when acting
 under threat from japanies company. They stated that         c) delecious facial expression will always be as
increasing competence                                       symmetrical
 would be coupled with an inevitable down term in car
market and recent rise                                        11. In the totalitariturian days, the words have very
 in interest rate which has already hit demand.             much devalued. In the
                                                             present day, they are becoming domestic that is the
  a) manager issue their warning after a rise in interest   words will be much more
rate                                                         devalued. In that days, the words will be very much
  b) manager told workers that japanies workers are         effected in political
taking jobs away from                                        area. but at present, the words came very cheap, we
     indian workers                                         can say they come free
  c) manager said that more people want to buy new           at cost.
cars in future
  d) increasing rate of interest mean that japanies firm        a) totalitarian society words are devalued
will create into                                                b) totalitarian will have to come much about
     operate in the country                                 words
                                                                c) the art totalitarian society the words are used for
  9. Human existence is suspecious of arbitrary divide      the political
between concise and                                               speeches
 unconcise. The concise world invades shape activity            d)
of the unconcise, while
 many of great activity of humanity waking as whole           12. There should be copyright for all arts. the rule
or partially improved                                       has come that all the
 by dreams. Even it could be ignored that dreams             arts has come under one copy right society, they were
precede exceptional such a                                  use the money that
 come from the arts for the developments. There may            d) only call by value and sometimes call by
be a lot of money will                                      reference
 come from the Tagore works. we have to ask the
benifiters from Tagore work                                 16) The following statement is
 to help for the development of his works.                    " The size of a struct is always equal to the sum
                                                                      of the sizes of its members"
   a) Tagore works are come under this copy right             a) valid           b) invalid c) can't say
rule
   b) people gives to theater and collect the money for     17) How many x's are printed?
development                                                   for (i = 0, j = 10; i < j; i++, j--)
   c) people are free to go to the because of the               printf ("x");
copy right rule                                               a) 10 b) 5          c) 4        d) none
   d) we have ask the Tagore residents to help for the
developments of art.                                        18) output?
                                                              main ()
                                                              {
This question paper is TCS C&COBOL TEST                         int i = 2, j = 3, k = 1;
PAPER.                                                          swap (i, j)
-----------------------------------------------------           printf ("%d %d", i, j);
                                                              }
1) Which of these is an invalid dataname?                     swap (int i, int j)
  a) wd-count                 b) wd_count                     {
  c) w4count                  d) wdcountabcd                    int temp;
                                                                temp = i; i = j; j = temp;
2) What is the output of the following program                }
  main ()                                                     YOU KNOW THE ANSWER 32
  {
    unsigned int i;                                         19) main ()
                                                              {
    for (i = 10; i >= 0; i--)                                   int i = 2;
            printf ("%d", i);                                   twice (2);
  }                                                             printf ("%d", i);
  a) prints numbers 10 - 0        b) prints nos 10 - 1        }
  c)                                         d) goes into     twice (int i)
infinite loop                                                 {
                                                              bullshit
11) What is the value of the following expression?            }
  i = 1;
  i << 1 % 2                                                int i, b[] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}, *p;
  a) 2 b)                                                      p = b;
  c) 1 d) 0                                                    ++*p;
                                                               p += 2;
12) What is the value of the following expression?
  i = 1;                                                    20) What is the value of *p;
  i = (i <<= 1 % 2)                                           a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
  a) 2 b)                                                   21) What is the value of (p - (&p - 2))?
  c) 0 d) erroneous syntax                                    a) b) 2 c) d)

What is the result?                                         23) x = fopen (b, c)
13) *A + 1 - *A + 3                                            what is b?
  a) -    b) -2                                                a) pointer to a character array which contains the
  c) 4 d) none of the above                                 filename
                                                               b) filename whithin double quotes
14) &A[5] - &A[1]?                                             c) can be anyone of the above
  a)              b)                                           d) none
  c) 4 d)
                                                            24) x = malloc (y). Which of the following statements
15) C allows                                                is correct.
  a) only call by value                                        a) x is the size of the memory allocated
  b) only call by reference                                    b) y points to the memory allocated
  c) both                                                   t
                                                               c) x points to the memory allocated
  d) none of the above                                    32) main ()
                                                            {
25) which is the valid declaration?                           char *name = "name";
  a) #typedef struct { int i;}in;                             change (name);
  b) typedef struct in {int i;};                              printf ("%s", name);
  c) #typedef struct int {int i;};                          }
  d) typedef struct {int i;} in;                            change (char *name)
                                                            {
26) union {                                                   char *nm = "newname";
    int no;                                                   name = nm;
    char ch;                                                }
  } u;                                                      what is the output?
  What is the output?                                       a) name            b) newname            c) name = nm
  u.ch = '2';                                             not valid
  u.no = 0;                                                 d) function call invalid
  printf ("%d", u.ch);
  a) 2 b) 0         c) null character       d) none       33) char name[] = {'n', 'a', 'm', 'e'}
                                                            printf ("name = \n%s", name);
27) Which of these are valid declarations?                  a) name =
  i) union {                  ii) union u_tag {               name
           int i;             int i;                        b) name =
           int j;             int j;                          followed by funk characters
     };              };                                     c) name = \nname
                                                            d) none
  iii) union {      iv) union {
            int i;            int i;                      34) int a = 0, b = 2;
            int j;            int j;                                 if (a = 0)
            FILE k;           }u;                                       b = 0;
     };                                                              else
                                                                        b *= 10;
  a) all correct    b) i, ii, iv                            what is the value of b?
  c) ii & iv                       d)                       a) 0 b) 20          c) 2       d) none

28) p and q are pointers to the same type of dataitems.   35) int x = 2, y = 2, z = 1;
  Which of these are valid?                                  what is the value of x afterh the following
    i) *(p+q)                                             statmements?
   ii) *(p-q)                                                if (x = y%2)
  iii) *p - *q                                                  z = crap
                                                             else
  a) all                                                        crap
  b)
  c) iii is valid sometimes                                 a) 0 b) 2 c)1 d)none

29) which are valid?                                      37) output?
    i) pointers can be added                                initially n = -24;
   ii) pointers can be subtracted                           printd (int n)
  iii) integers can be added to pointers                    {
  a) all correct     b) only i and ii                         if (n < 0)
                                                              {
30) int *i;                                                           printf ("-");
  float *f;                                                           n = -n;
  char *c;                                                    }
  which are the valid castings?                               if (n % 10)
  i) (int *) &c                                                       printf ("%d", n);
  ii) (float *) &c                                            else
  iii) (char *) &i                                                    printf ("%d", n/10);

31) int i = 20;                                               printf ("%d", n);
  printf ("%x", i);                                         }
  what is the output?                                       a. -24 b.24       c.           d.-224
  a) x14 b) 14      c) 20          d) none of the above
                                                          38) float x, y, z;
  scanf ("%f %f", &x, &y);
                                                           which of the functions is int a available for?
  if input stream contains "4.2 3 2.3 ..." what will x     a. all of them
and y contain                                              b. only f2
  after scanf?                                             c. only f1
  a. 4.2, 3.0                                              d. f1 and f2 only
  b. 4.2, 2.3
  c.
  d.
                                                           int a = 'a', d = 'd';
39) #define max(a,b) (a>b?b:a)                             char b = "b", c = "cr";
  #define squre(x) x*x
                                                           main ()
  int i = 2, j = 3, k = 1;                                 {
  printf ("%d %d", max(i,j), squre(k));                      mixup (a, b, &c);
                                                           }
  output?                                                  mixup (int p1, char *p2, char **p3)
  a.32 b.23 c.31 d.13                                      {
                                                             int *temp;
40) struct adr {                                             ....doesnt matter.....
    char *name;                                            }
    char *city;
    int zip;                                             44) what is the value of a after mixup?
  };                                                       a. a    b.b       c.c         d.none of the above
  struct adr *adradr;
  which are valid references?                            45) what is the value of b after mixup?
                                                           a. a    b.b       c.c        d.none of the above
  i) adr->name X
  ii) adradr->name                                       46) main ()
  iii) adr.zip X                                           {
  iv) adradr.zip                                              char s[] = "T.C.S", *A;
                                                              print(s);
41) main (x, y)                                            }
  int x, char *y[];                                        print (char *p)
  {                                                        {
    printf ("%d %s", x, y[1]);                                while (*p != '\0')
  }                                                           {
  output when invoked as                                             if (*p != ".")
    prog arg1                                                           printf ("%s", *p);
  a. 1 prog b. 1 arg1 c. 2 prog d. 2 arg1                            p++;
                                                              }
42) extern int s;                                          }
  int t;                                                   output?
  static int u;                                            a.T.C.S
  main ()                                                  b.TCS
  {                                                        c.
  }                                                        d. none of the above
  which of s, t and u are availeble to a function
present in another                                       47) a question on do ... while
  file                                                   48) a question on % operator
  a. only s
  b. s & t
  c. s, t, u                                             49) main ()
  d. none                                                  {
                                                             int ones, twos, threes, others;
                                                             int c;
43) main ()
  {                                                          ones = twos = threes = others = 0;
  }
  int a;                                                                while ((c = getchar ()) != EOF)
  f1(){}                                                                {
  f2(){}                                                                       switch (c)
                      {                                       d) only call by value and sometimes call by
                          case '1': ++ones;                reference
                          case '2': ++twos;
                          case '3': ++threes;              16) The following statement is
                                      break;                 " The size of a struct is always equal to the sum
                          default: ++others;                         of the sizes of its members"
                                      break;                 a) valid           b) invalid c) can't say
                        }
                }                                          17) How many x's are printed?
                printf ("%d %d", ones, others);              for (i = 0, j = 10; i < j; i++, j--)
            }                                                  printf ("x");
                                                             a) 10 b) 5          c) 4        d) none
   if the input is "1a1b1c" what is the output?
   a. 13                                                   18) output?
   b.                                                        main ()
   c. 33                                                     {
   d. 31                                                       int i = 2, j = 3, k = 1;
********************************************                   swap (i, j)
*********************************                              printf ("%d %d", i, j);
Subject: TCS C Questions                                     }
--------------------------                                   swap (int i, int j)
1) Which of these is an invalid dataname?                    {
  a) wd-count                  b) wd_count                     int temp;
  c) w4count                   d) wdcountabcd                  temp = i; i = j; j = temp;
                                                             }
2) What is the output of the following program               YOU KNOW THE ANSWER
  main ()
  {                                                        19) main ()
    unsigned int i;                                          {
                                                               int i = 2;
   for (i = 10; i >= 0; i--)                                   twice (2);
           printf ("%d", i);                                   printf ("%d", i);
  }                                                          }
  a) prints numbers 10 - 0       b) prints nos 10 - 1        twice (int i)
  c)                                        d) goes into     {
infinite loop                                                bullshit
                                                             }
11) What is the value of the following expression?
  i = 1;                                                   int i, b[] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}, *p;
  i << 1 % 2                                                  p = b;
  a) 2 b)                                                     ++*p;
  c) 1 d) 0                                                   p += 2;

12) What is the value of the following expression?         20) What is the value of *p;
  i = 1;                                                     a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
  i = (i <<= 1 % 2)                                        21) What is the value of (p - (&p - 2))?
  a) 2 b)                                                    a) b) 2 c) d)
  c) 0 d) erroneous syntax
                                                           23) x = fopen (b, c)
What is the result?                                           what is b?
13) *A + 1 - *A + 3                                           a) pointer to a character array which contains the
  a) -    b) -2                                            filename
  c) 4 d) none of the above                                   b) filename whithin double quotes
                                                              c) can be anyone of the above
14) &A[5] - &A[1]?                                            d) none
  a)              b)
  c) 4 d)                                                  24) x = malloc (y). Which of the following statements
                                                           is correct.
15) C allows                                                  a) x is the size of the memory allocated
  a) only call by value                                       b) y points to the memory allocated
  b) only call by reference                                   c) x points to the memory allocated
  c) both                                                     d) none of the above
                                                            {
25) which is the valid declaration?                             char *name = "name";
  a) #typedef struct { int i;}in;                               change (name);
  b) typedef struct in {int i;};                                printf ("%s", name);
  c) #typedef struct int {int i;};                          }
  d) typedef struct {int i;} in;                            change (char *name)
                                                            {
26) union {                                                   char *nm = "newname";
    int no;                                                   name = nm;
    char ch;                                                }
  } u;                                                      what is the output?
  What is the output?                                       a) name            b) newname            c) name = nm
  u.ch = '2';                                             not valid
  u.no = 0;                                                 d) function call invalid
  printf ("%d", u.ch);
  a) 2 b) 0         c) null character       d) none       33) char name[] = {'n', 'a', 'm', 'e'}
                                                            printf ("name = \n%s", name);
27) Which of these are valid declarations?                  a) name =
  i) union {                  ii) union u_tag {               name
           int i;             int i;                        b) name =
           int j;             int j;                          followed by funk characters
     };              };                                     c) name = \nname
                                                            d) none
  iii) union {      iv) union {
            int i;            int i;                      34) int a = 0, b = 2;
            int j;            int j;                                 if (a = 0)
            FILE k;           }u;                                       b = 0;
     };                                                              else
                                                                        b *= 10;
  a) all correct    b) i, ii, iv                            what is the value of b?
  c) ii & iv                       d)                       a) 0 b) 20          c) 2       d) none

28) p and q are pointers to the same type of dataitems.   35) int x = 2, y = 2, z = 1;
  Which of these are valid?                                  what is the value of x afterh the following
    i) *(p+q)                                             statmements?
   ii) *(p-q)                                                if (x = y%2)
  iii) *p - *q                                                  z = crap
                                                             else
  a) all                                                        crap
  b)
  c) iii is valid sometimes                                 a) 0 b) 2 c)1 d)none

29) which are valid?                                      37) output?
    i) pointers can be added                                initially n = -24;
   ii) pointers can be subtracted                           printd (int n)
  iii) integers can be added to pointers                    {
  a) all correct     b) only i and ii                         if (n < 0)
                                                              {
30) int *i;                                                           printf ("-");
  float *f;                                                           n = -n;
  char *c;                                                    }
  which are the valid castings?                               if (n % 10)
  i) (int *) &c                                                       printf ("%d", n);
  ii) (float *) &c                                            else
  iii) (char *) &i                                                    printf ("%d", n/10);

31) int i = 20;                                               printf ("%d", n);
  printf ("%x", i);                                         }
  what is the output?                                       a. -24 b.24       c.           d.-224
  a) x14 b) 14      c) 20          d) none of the above
                                                          38) float x, y, z;
32) main ()                                                 scanf ("%f %f", &x, &y);
  if input stream contains "4.2 3 2.3 ..." what will x     which of the functions is int a available for?
and y contain                                              a. all of them
  after scanf?                                             b. only f2
  a. 4.2, 3.0                                              c. only f1
  b. 4.2, 2.3                                              d. f1 and f2 only
  c.
  d.

39) #define max(a,b) (a>b?b:a)                             int a = 'a', d = 'd';
  #define squre(x) x*x                                     char b = "b", c = "cr";

  int i = 2, j = 3, k = 1;                                 main ()
  printf ("%d %d", max(i,j), squre(k));                    {
                                                             mixup (a, b, &c);
  output?                                                  }
  a.32 b.23 c.31 d.13                                      mixup (int p1, char *p2, char **p3)
                                                           {
40) struct adr {                                             int *temp;
    char *name;                                              ....doesnt matter.....
    char *city;                                            }
    int zip;
  };                                                     44) what is the value of a after mixup?
  struct adr *adradr;                                      a. a    b.b       c.c         d.none of the above
  which are valid references?
                                                         45) what is the value of b after mixup?
  i) adr->name X                                           a. a    b.b       c.c        d.none of the above
  ii) adradr->name
  iii) adr.zip X                                         46) main ()
  iv) adradr.zip                                            {
                                                               char s[] = "T.C.S", *A;
41) main (x, y)                                                print(s);
  int x, char *y[];                                         }
  {                                                         print (char *p)
    printf ("%d %s", x, y[1]);                              {
  }                                                            while (*p != '\0')
  output when invoked as                                       {
    prog arg1                                                         if (*p != ".")
  a. 1 prog b. 1 arg1 c. 2 prog d. 2 arg1                                printf ("%s", *p);
                                                                      p++;
42) extern int s;                                              }
  int t;                                                    }
  static int u;                                             output?
  main ()                                                  a.T.C.S
  {                                                         b.TCS
  }                                                         c.
  which of s, t and u are available to a function           d. none of the above
present in another
                                                         47) a question on do ... while
  file                                                   48) a question on % operator
  a. only s
  b. s & t
  c. s, t, u                                             49) main ()
  d. none                                                  {
                                                             int ones, twos, threes, others;
                                                             int c;
43) main ()
  {                                                          ones = twos = threes = others = 0;
  }
  int a;                                                     while ((c = getchar ()) != EOF)
  f1(){}                                                     {
  f2(){}                                                            switch (c)
             {                                                            TIMES. BY SIMPLY CHANGING
                 case '1': ++ones;                                 SENTENCE FORMATION. SO BECAREFUL
                 case '2': ++twos;                                        GIVE SAME ANSWERS TO THOSE
                 case '3': ++threes;                               QWE'S.
                             break;
                 default: ++others;
                             break;
               }
       }
       printf ("%d %d", ones, others);                             THERE WILL BE NO NEGATIVE MARKING.
   }                                                               TIME 90 Min., APPEARED FOR EXAM =255
                                                                   STUDENTS
   if the input is "1a1b1c" what is the output?                    SELECTED FOR INTERVIEW =122,     FINALLY
   a. 13                                                           SHORT LISTED = 55 STUDENTS.
   b.
   c. 33                                                           SECTION I VOCABULARY (SYNONYMS) TIME
   d. 31                                                           :15 Min. MARKS: 20.
                                                                   DIRECT ANSWERS :
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                                                                   Admonish : usurp            Meager :scanty            Alienate :
                  THE PSYCHOMETRIC                                 estrange
TEST IS SIMPLE AND THERE IS NO                                     Merry : gay              Brim : Boarder           obstinate :
  NEED OF OF PREPARATION. IT SIMPLY TEST                           stubborn
YOUR PSYCHOLOGY. GIVE MOST                                         Pretention:pretentioius Tranquil:serene               solicit :
  POSITIVE ANSWERS TO THIS SECTION. I AM                           urge
SENDING SOME QUESTIONS TO                                          subside : wane            furtive :stealthy misery :
  YOU. THE VOCAB. IS SAME. BUT THERE IS                            disstress
SOME CHANGES IN PASSAGES.BUT                                       volume :quantity           veer : diverge          stiffle :sniths
  THE IDEA IS SAME.                                                adhesive : ---          Hamper : obstruct belief :
                                                                   conviction
   TAKE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS WHILE                                lament : wail            to merit :to deserve incentive : --
ANSWERING TEST.                                                    --
   -------------------------------------------------------------   inert: passive          Baffle : Frustrate Confiscate :
  1. DON'T WRITE FULL ANSWERS TO                                   appropriat
VOCAB. SECTION. DO ONLY 36 to 37                                   Covet : crave            Caprice : whim           Concur
           QWUE's.BECAUSE THEY                                     :acquiesce
DISQUALIFIED SOME CANDIDATES HERE.                                 Cargo :freight            Dispel : Scatter       Divulge : -----
                                                                   Discretion: prudence Emancipate : liberate Efface :
  2. WE ARE SENDING ANSWERS TO THIS                                obliterate
SECTION. SO YOU SIMPLY MUG UP                                      Hover : linger            Heap : to pile        Instigate :
        ANSWERS.                                                   incite
                                                                   latitude : scope         latent : potential lethergy :
  3. FOR CRITICAL REASONING SECTION WE                             stupor
ARE SENDING ANSWERS.BUT                                            momentary : transient
        SOME OF THESE ANSWERS MAY                                   ----- means , for these words we are not able to
CHANGE. SO YOU PLEASE CHECK IN                                     reproduce answers.
        EXAMINATION. THE ANSWERS IS
SIMPLY (TRUE) OR (FALSE) OR                                        PART II QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE ,TIME 20
        (CAN'T SAY) TYPE. FOR THIS                                 Min. MARKS :30.
SECTION YOU HAVE READ AS FAST                                      -----------------------------------------------------------------
        AS YOU CAN. IT SIMPLY TEST YOUR                                        1. Two pencils costs 8 cents, then 5 pencils
COMPREHENSION ABILITY.                                             cost how much
                                                                               (Ans:20 cents).
  4. EVENTHOUGH WE ARE SENDING                                                 2. A work is done by the people in 24 min.
ANSWERS TO MATHEMATICAL ABILITY.                                   one of them can do
        SECTION. YOU DO " ROUGH " WORK                                         this work a lonely in 40 min. how much time
BACK OF YOUR PAGE. IT IS ALSO                                      required to do the same
        ONE OF IMPORTNANT CAUTION.                                             work for the second person.
                                                                                (ans:60 min.)
  5. IN PSYCHOLOGY SECTION THE QWE'S                                           3. A car is filled with four and half gallons
MAY REPEATE AT LEAST FOUR                                          of oil for full round
          trip. fuel is taken 1/4 gallons mor3 in going                 of the mixture, howmuch R is to be added (
than coming. what is                                       one part).
          the fiel consumed in coming up? (2 gallons)
          4. low temperature at the night in a city is               12. wind flows 160 miles in 330 min, for 80
1/3 more than 1/2                                          miles how much time
          hinge as higher temperature in a day. sum of               required.
the low temp and                                                     13. with 4/5 full tank vehicle travels 12
          higherst temp is 100C. then what is the low      miles, with 1/3 full tank
temperature (40 C)                                                   how much distance travels ( 5 miles).
          5. A person who decided to go weekend trip
should not exceed 8 hours                                             14. two trees are there. one grows at 3/5 of
           driving in a day Average speed of forward       the other. in 4 years,
journy is 40 mph. due to                                              total growth of trees is 8 ft. what growth
           traffic in sundays, the return journey          will smaller tree will
average speed is 30 mph.                                              have in 2 years. (<2ft)
           how far he can select a picnic spot (120
miles).                                                             15. A storm will move with a velocity of
                                                           towords the center in
          6. A sales person multiplied a number and                  hours. At the same rate how much far will it
get the answer is 3,                                       move in hrs.
          instead of that number divided by 3. what is               (but Ans is 8/3 or 2 2/3).
th answer he actually
          has to get ? (1/3).                              PART III: TIME 25 Min, MARKS :50.
          7. A ship started from port and moving with      -----------------------------------------------
I mph and another ship                                     CRITICAL REASONING : THERE WILL BE 13
          started from L and moving with H mph. At         PASSAGES WITH 50 QUESTIONS TIME 30 MIN.
which place these two ships                                HERE I AM SENDING ONLY SOME OF THE
           meet ? ( Ans is between I and J and close       PASSAGES (these will give only rough idea)
to J)                                                      (ANSWERS WILL BE AS YES/NO/CAN'T SAY we
                                                           are giving our answers, please check.)

!_____!_____!_____!_____!_____!_____!                      1. My father has no brothers. he has three sisters who
           port G H I J K L                                has two childs each.

         8. A building with hight D ft shadow upto G          1> my grandfather has two sons (f)
A neighbour building with                                     2> three of my aunts have two sons(can't say)
          what height shadow C ft is     (B ft.)              3> my father is only child to his father(f)
                                                              4> i have six cousins from my mother side(f)
                                                              5> i have one uncle(f)
!_____!_____!_____!_____!_____!_____!_____!
          A B C D E F G H                                  2. Ether injected into gallablader to dissolve galstones.
                                                           this type oneday
           9. A person was fined for exceeding the         treatment is enough for gallstones not for calcium
speed limit by 10 mph.Another                              stones. this method is
            person was also fined for exceeding the        alternative to surgery for millions of people who are
same speed limit by twice                                  suffering from this
            the same. If the second person was             disease.
travelling at a speed of 35 mph.                               1> calcium stones can be cured in oneday (f)
            find the speed limit (15 mph)                      2> hundreds of people contains calcium
                                                           stones(can't say)
          10. A bus started from bustand at 8.00a m            3> surgery is the only treatment to calcium
and after 30 min staying at                                stones(t)
          destination, it returned back to the bustand.        4> Eather will be injected into the gallbleder to
the destination is 27                                      cure the cholestrol
           miles from the bustand. the speed of the            based gall stones(t).
bus 50 percent fast speed.
            at what time it retur4ns to the bustand        3. Hacking is illigal entry into other computer. this is
(11.00)                                                    done mostly
                                                           because of lack of knowledge of computer networking
          11.in a mixture, R is 2 parts, S is 1 part. in   with networks one
order to make S to 25%                                     machine can access to another machine. hacking go
                                                           about without knowing
that each network is accredited to use network facility.               3>
          1> Hacking people never break the code of
the company which they                                       7. copernicus is the intelligent. In the days of
          work for (can't say).                              copernicus the transport and technology
          2> Hacking is the only vulnerability of the        development was less & it took place weeks to
computers for the usage                                      comunicate a message at that
          of the data.(f)                                    time.wherein we can send it through satellite with in
          3> Hacking is done mostly due to the lack of       no time ----------.
computer knowledge (f).                                      even with this fast developments it has become
  (there will be some more questions in this one )           difficult to understand each other.
                                                                         1> people were not intelligent during
4. alphine tunnels are closed tunnels. in the past 30 yrs    Copernicus days (f).
not even a single                                                        2> Transport facilities are very much
accident has been recorded for there is one accident in      improved in noe a days (can' say)
the rail road                                                            3> Even with the fast developments of the
system. even in case of a fire accident it is possible to    techonology we can't live happily.(can't say)
shift the passengers                                                     4> We can understand the people very much
into adjacent wagons and even the living fire can be         with the development of communication(f).
detected and extinguished
with in the duration of 30 min.                                 Q8) senior managers warned the workers that
           1> no accident can occur in the closed            because of the intfoductors
tunnels (True)                                                  of japanese industry in the car market. There is the
           2> fire is allowed to live for 30 min. (False)    threat to the workers.
           3> All the care that travel in the tunnels will       They also said that there will be the reduction in
be carried by rail                                           the purchase of the sales of
           shutters.(t)                                          car in public.the interest rates of the car will be
           4>                                                increased with the loss in demand.
                                                                1> japanese workers are taking over the jobs of
5. In the past helicopters are forced to ground or crash     indian industry.(false)
because of the                                                  2> managers said car interests will go down after
formation of the ice on the rotors and engines. a new        seeing the raise in interest rates.(true)
electronic device has                                           3> japanese investments are ceasing to end in the
been developed which can detect the watercontent in          car industry.(false)
the atmosphere and warns                                        4> people are very much interested to buy the
the pilot if the temp.is below freezing temp. about the      cars.(false)
formation of the ice
on the rotors and wings.                                        Q9) In the totalitariturican days,the words have very
           1> the electronic device can avoid formation      much devalued.In
of the ice on the wings (False).                                the present day,they are becoming domestic that is
           2> There will be the malfunction of rotor &       the words will be much more devalued.
engine because of formation of ice (t)                          In that days, the words will be very much effected
           3> The helicopters are to be crashed or           in political area.but
down (t)                                                        at present,the words came very cheap .we can say
           4> There is only one device that warn about       they come free at cost.
the formation of ice(t).                                         1> totalitarian society words are devalued.(false)
                                                                 2> totalitarian     will have to come much about
6.In the survey conducted in mumbai out of 63 newly          words(t)
married house wives not a single house                           3> The art totalitatian society the words are used
wife felt that the husbands should take equal part in        for the political speeches.
the household work as                                            4>
they felt they loose their power over their husbands.
inspite of their careers                                         Q10) There should be copyright for all arts. The
they opt to do the kitchen work themselves after             reele has came that all the
coming back to home. the                                         arts has come under one copy right society,they
wives get half as much leisure time as the husbands          were use the money that come from
get at the week ends.                                            the arts for the developments . There may be a lot
           1> housewives want the husbands to take           of money will come from
part equally in the household(f)                                 the Tagore works. We have to ask the benifiters
           2> wives have half as much leisure time as        from Tagore work to help for
the husbands have(f)                                             the development of his works.
           3> 39% of the men will work equally in the           1> Tagore works are came under this copy right
house in cleaning and washing                                rule.(f)
   2> People are free to go to the    because of the
copy right rule.(can't say)
   3> People gives to theater and collect the money
for development.(can't say)
   4> We have ask the Tagore resedents to help for
the developments of art.(can't say)

NOTE : DO 1,2,3,4,5 PASSAGES WHICH ARE
EASY. LAST BUT ONE ALSO. DO THAT
PASSAGES CAREFULLY. TIME WILL BE
INSUFFICIENT. PASSAGES ARE NOT AS
EXACTLY
AS ABOVE. THERE IS HIGHLEVEL ENGLISH IN
ALL THE PASSAGES, WE ARE GIVING
IN OUR OWN WORDS , U CANNOT EXPECT
THE SAME TYPE OF ENGLISH THERE. WHILE
ANSWERING U SHOULD BE VERY FAST, DO
NOT WASTE TIME, IT IS INSUFFICIENT,TRY TO
ANSWER
AS MANY AS POSSIBLE.

SECTION 4. PSYCHOMETRIC TEST.
----------------------------------------
DO NOT BOTHERE ABOUT MUCH ABOUT THIS
TEST. BE OPTIMISTIC WHILE ANSWERE.
THERE WILL BE 150 QUESTIONS IN 30 MIN.
THE QUESTIONS IN THIS SECTION MAY
REPEATED WITH SLIGHT VARIATIONS
ANSWER SHOULD BE SAME IN BOTH THE
CASES.
(ans will be as yes/no/can't say)

for example
1> you will be interested in social activities.
2> while going upstairs you will move two steps at a
time.
3> you will be making friendship with same sex or
with opposite sex also.
4> your friends will consider u as a leader in your
group
5> people think that your'e serious minded.
6> some times you feel dull without any reason.
7> your'e host or hostes for several parties.
8> relatives come to your house you will entertain
them.
9> you will do work for longtime without tireness.
10> in your company you want lead the organasition.
etc.. the qwestions may repeate several times so
becareful and give same ans's.\

								
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