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INAUTIX

1. Aptitude test

2. Group Discussion

3. Interview.

Aptitude:

three sections 1.general aptitude

2. 'c' questions

3. computer technical

Aptitude:

---------

1. A wins B buy 5 metres.If A starts before 5 metres from starting point at same

speed. who is the winner?

percentage?

5. The number divided by 7,8 and 9 and yields the remainder 5 ans: 509

6. A and B start travel at same point in opposite direction. First they travels

80 miles and turn left travels 60 miles. what is the distance between A and B?

8. 6 beads along the circle how many straight lines needed to connect the beads?

9. john likes 100 not 99 and he likes 400 not 300 and he likes 2500 not 2400 he

likes? (4 options)

10. person gain 2 points if he win, lose 5 points if he fail. n persons score 2

points and m persons score 5 points. what is the least difference between n and

m?

ans : 3

11. All zippers are zoodles and all zoodles are zinklers.

then all zinklers are zippers. True or false

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13. total amount Rs.9,00,000. 3/5 part labours and remaining material cost. 25%

increase in labour cost and

20% increase in material cost. After 2 years What is the increasing amount?

Computer Technical:

---------------------

2. process?

3. Memory mapped I/O instrn explicit from I/O instrn

4. unit processor speed?

5. 750 MHz clock cycle one operation will take in how many time?

6. Measurement of CPU speed in

7. 12 bit address lines can access memory upto?

C questions:

------------

Typedef and linked list corresponding questions.

It will be tough.

Total 50 questions

G.D

----

1.for ecah group consists of 11 members.

2.the seating arrangement would be in order of shortlist.

3.after seated ,they give instructions.

4.1.test u r comm. skills.

4.2.what ever u convey must clear cut.

4.3.what ever that must be clearly understood by others.

4.4.fluency as well as speech will be clearly monitored.

5.it will be continued around 10 mins.

6.they give chance to everybody and speak more than 2 times.

7.conclusion may one or everybody.

INTERVIEW

----------

1.actually interview may be tech(if tech hr) or hr(if hr).

2.but most of the time technical.

3.mostly from field of interst.

4.network

1.socket.

2.protocol.

5.c

programming(pointers,recursion,string,malloc).

6.c++

(oops concepts)

7.operating systems

(ipc,process)

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8.maximum of 25 min.

psg tech

have passed both.then those who havenot passed any is 100*g+b-m-l/g

2.a tap is opened for 5 minutes.it has been used to fill a tank of 7 feet and

diameter 8 feet then the rate is:

3.a cylinder is of radius8 cm and height 8 cm.the distance of the farthest

points is

4. A is 10 miles west of B.C is 30 miles of north of B .D is east of C.what

is the distance between A and D?

5.A car covers 75% of distance at T hour with v velocity.it covers the

remaining part at 8mph. find the average speed.

6.A car covers 70 miles at 50 mph and covers the final part of 50 miles in 3.5

hours?what is the time for first part?

7.a sum of digits of a three digit number is 12.the largest number that can be

formed with distinct digits:

a)921 b)930 c)999 d)120

8. ther are 32 girls in a class girls:boys ratio are 16:9.what is the

percentage of girls?641

SECTION II

(in section ii every question has two datas.the choices for answers will be

for every question is as follows:

a)i alone is sufficient.

b)ii alone is sufficient.

c)i and ii are sufficient.

d)either i or ii are sufficient.

e)neither i or ii are sufficient)

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1.main()

{

char **p="Hello";

printf("%s",**p);

}

2.main()

{

printf("%d%c\n");

printf("%d%c\n");

}

3. main()

{

int x=5;

printf("%d%d",x++,++x);

}

Ans=6 6

4. main()

{

int x=4;

printf("%d",printf(" %d %d ",x,x) );

}

Ans: 4 4 5

5. main()

{

union

{

int i;

char p;

struct

{

int t;

char e;

char o;

}w;

}l;

printf("%d\n",sizeof(l) );

}

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Ans: 4

6. main()

{

int i=0,n=6;

while(n-->0);

i+=n;

printf("%d\n",i);

}

Ans: -1

7. main()

{

char a[]="Hello";

printf("%c\n",*a++);

}

Ans: Error

8. a=3,b=2,c=1;

What's the value of k?

k= a< b < c-1;

Ans: 0

9. main()

{

int a=3;

do

{

printf("%d", a);

a=-1;

} while(a>0);

}

Ans: 3

a) PASS1 PASS2

b) PASS1 FAIL1

c)FAIL1 FAIL2

d)FAIL1 PASS2

main()

{

char c=-32;

int i=-64;

unsigned u=-26;

if(c>i)

printf("PASS1");

if( i < c)

printf("PASS2");

else

printf("FAIL1");

if(i<u)

printf("PASS2");

else

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printf("FAIL2");

}

Ans: PASS1 PASS2 PASS1

11.

main()

{

int i=0;

for( i=0; i<=20;i++)

{

switch(i)

{

case 0: i+=5;

case 1: i+=2;

case 2: i+=5;

default: i+=4;

break;

}

printf("%d",i);

}

Ans: 16 21

12.main()

{

int i=4;

switch(i)

{

case 1:

printf("HEllo"):

case default: // "case" should not come with "default"

printf("****");

}

}

Ans: Error

13.

main()

{

int sum=0,count;

for(count=1;sum+=count)

printf("%d\t",sum);

}

Ans: Error

14.

#define cond(a) a>=65 && a<=90

main()

{

char s='R';

if( cond(s) )

printf("UPPER CASE");

else

printf("LOWER CASE");

}

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Ans:UPPER CASE

15.main()

{

static int i=5;

printf("%d\t",i--);

if( i)

main();

}

Ans: 5 4 3 2 1

16. main()

{

char *a1="new",*a2="dictionary",*t;

swap(a1,a2);

printf("(%s%s)",a1,a2);

t=a1;

a1=a2;

a2=t;

printf("-(%s%s)",a1,a2);

}

swap( char *s1,char *s2)

{

char *temp;

s1=s2;

s2=s1;

temp=s1;

}

Ans: (newdictionary)-(dictionarynew)

17.

*p++?

18.

main()

{

int a[]={ 10,20,30,40,50};

char*p=(char*)a;

printf("%d", * ( (int *) p+4);

}

Ans: 50

19.one question nothig but calling a function before it has been defined.

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INautix =inautix

3 sections

I section 20 questions

II section 15 questions

III section 15 questions

I section

1. a car travels the final 70 miles with a certain

speed so that the

average

speed for the entire trip is 50 miles/hr. find the

time for which he

drove

the final 70 miles if he covered the first 50 miles in

3/2 hrs.

2. 12 men complete a work in 40 days. how many daya 15

men will tae.

3. length of rectangle is L. breadth is 50% of L. area

of rectangle.

4. A

|\(z degree)

| \

| \

| \

~~~~~ C (xdegree)

B (y degree) AB is given x =45 degree

to find AC what data do you need

(i) y=90

(ii) z=45

5. the next term in series is 5,8,11, ... is ans:14

6. which of following form triangle

(i) (2,4,10)

(ii)(5,7,12)

(iii)(5,7,9) ans :(iii)

maths,m students passed

in

physics b students passed in both. find the % of

students in both

cylinder

a relation between h and r is given .

ans.sqrt(h^2+4r^2)

.

section 2

cp of object is &160.the shop keeper gives a discount

of x%.and a

further

discount of y% did the shop keeper sell it for less

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than &930

(i)x=20

(ii)y=5

(2)if x^2+x-2>0

(i) x<1

(ii) x<-2 ans: b

section 2

will the circle fit inside the square

note: figs are given.

(i)the diameter of the circle is less than the side of

the square

(ii)area of the circle is less than the area of the

square

answers:

(A)i alone is sufficient

(b)ii alone is sufficient

(c)i and ii together are sufficient but not alone

(d)either i and ii sufficient

(e)niether of them is sufficient

A ______B

|\ /|

| \ / |

| /\ |

| / \ |

|/ \|

D ~~~~~~~ C

(i) the diagonals bisect each other

(ii) angle ADC is 90 deg.

section 3

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1212ON IS SHOWN BELOW:

IF THE I/P(DECIMAL)=0 AND THEN O/P(DECIAML)=3

IF I/P(DECIMAL)=1 THEN O/P(DECIAM)=7

IF THE I/P(DECIAMAL)=2 THEN O/P(DECIAMAL)=11

IF I/P DECIMAL=3 THEN O/P DECIAMAL=15

DONT USE ANY OTHER REGISTER EXCEPT AL. ASSUME THAT THE

I/P IS ALWAYS IN

THE

RANGE 0 TO 3

3. ans 23 bytes

using only the

foloowing

logical operators swap the two variables without using

a third variable

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the

contents of address 5862:4 is 3fh then which other

physical address in

memory

willhave its content as 3fh

a. address 583f:4

b address 5842:f

c. address 5962:f

d. address 5942:4

e. none of the above

input the routine

should

return zf= 1 if AL<80h and zf=0 otherwise no other

flags or register

should

get affected

memory dump and

register

dump

C LANGUAGE TEST:

ONLY ANSWERS

5 ANYTHING WRONG? RONG? (1ST CHOICE)

6 FUNCTION GEN BEING CALLED FROM WITHIN FUNCTION CAN

LEAD TO STACK

FAULT OR

SYSTEM CRASH

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