QUESTIONS NEED TO BE PREPARED WELL IN ADVANCE

Please prepare for these questions effectively as these need to be compulsorily filled in the forms:

1.Software Orientation:

2.Hobbies and extra-curricular activities

3.Strengths and Weakness

4.Expectation from CTS

5.Why CTS

6. Long term and short term goal with CTS

7.What are the qualities necessary for software professional to be successful.

Please note your graduation and post graduation marks semester wise.

SECTION-I

VERBAL ABILITY (20 MINS-25 QUESTIONS)

1. Two comprehension passages (-5 Questions each) (Don’t go for it at the beginning itself. attempt it once you have answered the remaining ones.)

2. Find out the incorrect sentence-(5 questions)

3. Arrange according to sequential order (5questions)

4. Find out the correct sentence-(5 questions)

SECTION-II

QUANTITATIVE (30MINS-25 QUESTIONS):

5 on Venn Diagrams

5 on Aptitude questions on percentages work.

5 on Data Sufficiency problems

5 on Binary Numbers conversion

5 on Cubes

Venn diagrams :( questions 1-5)

1. Out of 50 men in a town, 30 are Lions club members, 10 are Lions members as well as Rotary club members. There are 3 who do not belong either. Then how many Rotary club members are there?

(a) 15 (b) 18 (c) 20 (d) 25

2. Total of 100 people work in an organization. Of which 63 work in office, 57 work in factory and there are none who work outside. Then how many of them work in both?

(a) 10 (b) 25 (c) 18 (d) 20

3. Repeat the question no 2.how many of them work only in office?

(a) 43 (b) 40 (c) 52 (d) 45

4. In a college one day 120 students came to canteen. on that day 50 drank Tea,60 drank Coffee ,45 drank Cool drinks, 20 drank both Tea &Coffee, 15 drank both Coffee& Cool drink ,none drank both ,none drank all the three.

How many drank only tea?

(a) 42 (b) 30 (c) 22 (d) 32

5. Repeat the question no 4.how many of them drink at least two?

(a) 40 (b) 30 (c) 25 (d) 35

Aptitude questions (6-10)

6. A train for Luck now leaves for every 2 1/2hrs from Delhi station. An announcement was made that train left 40mins ago and next train comes at 18:00hrs.At what time was the announcement made?

(a) 17:00hrs (b) 16:30hrs (c) 17:25hrs (d) 16:10hrs

7. A merchant purchased 20 dozens of pencils at rate of 375 Rs per dozen. Then he sold each one at 33Rs.what is his % profit?

(a) 4.5 (b) 6.2 (c) 5.6 (d) 3.5

8. Value of vehicle at end of each year depreciates at the rate of 3/5th of value at the beginning. If Initial value is 10,000Rs then at the end of three years its value is?

(a) 2600 (b) 2160 (c) 2100 (d) 2400

9. I don’t remember this question

10. 500 people came to exhibition. Entry fee was 3Rs each. A draw was held on tickets and announced 1st prize of 300Rs/- and 3 second prizes of 100Rs/- each. How much gain was raised with the draw?

Data Sufficiency problems (Questions 11-15)

Direction) each questions given has a problem and two statements numbered I and II given certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statement is sufficient for answering the problem. Indicate your answer as

(I) if the data in statement I along are sufficient to answer the questions;

(II) If the data in statement II along are sufficient to answer the questions;

(III) If both statements are required.

(IV) If the data in both the statement together are not sufficient to answer the questions.

11. Is square of number an integer?

(i) Number=6

(ii) Number=11/12

(a) I (b) II (c) III (d) IV

12. Area of rectangle PQRS?

(i)PQ=RS=10

(ii)PR=QS=10^0.5

(a) I (b) II (c) III (d) IV

13. The number of persons entered into hall after 8:00PM

(i) if rate is 2 persons per min after 8:00PM

(ii) If rate is 4 persons per two mins after 8:00PM

(a) I (b) II (c) III (d) IV

14. If 3 friends A, B, C can completes work in 36 days then in how many days can B complete?

(i)if A&B together complete in 18 days

(ii) if B&C together complete in 24 days

(a) I (b) II (c) III (d) IV

15. I exactly don’t remember it

Binary Numbers conversion (Questions 16-20)

(Directions) In a certain code, the symbol for 0 (zero) is. * And that for 1 is $. The numbers greater than 1 are to be written only by using the two symbols given above. The value of the symbol for 1 doubles itself every time it shifts one place to the left.

16. Lcm ($*$, $$$$, $*$**$*)

17. (9-2*3*5+6*4+2*3)

18. Average (70,170,270)

19.($*$$)$$ - ($**$)*$

20. Represent 343

Problems on Cubes (questions 20-25)

There are two cubes (A, B). Each of it is cut into 64 pieces .From the front face of cube A cubes on both the diagonal are removed. Same is repeated to cube B. Now cube A is placed over cube B to form a rectangular cuboid and painted black.

21. The number of cubes that are not painted black?

(a) 32 (b) 36 (c) (d) 48

22. The number of cubes that are one side painted black?

(a) 32 (b) 36 (c) (d) 48

23. The number of cubes that are two sides painted black?

(a) 32 (b) 36 (c) (d) 48

24. The number of cubes that are three sides painted black?

(a) 32 (b) 36 (c) (d) 48

25. The number of cubes that are one side painted black?

(a) 32 (b) 36 (c) (d) 48

SECTION-III

Analytical (20 mins 20 questions)

1-7 questions: pick the odd one out

8-10 questions: pick the next sequence

11-12 questions: on logical sense (I mean you have to choose the options that logically follow the statements made)

11. I eat whenever am in the hotel

(i) I am in hotel

(ii)I eat

(iii) I don’t eat

(iv) I am not in hotel.

(a) ii, i (b) iii, iv (c)i ,ii (d)iv, iii

12. Either I study or watch T.V

(i) I study

(ii)I watch T.V

(iii) I don’t study

(iv) I don’t watch T.V

(a) iii, i (b) iii, i (c)iv ,ii (d)iv, ii

13-17 questions: on logical deductions

13. All intelligent are merit holders.

Some merit holders are poor

14. All mosquitoes are ants

Some ants are mammals

15. Some graduates are MBA holders.

Some graduates who are not MBA holders are unemployed

16-17 i dont remember them

Practice these from RS Agarwals Verbal & Nonverbal Reasoning

18-20 questions: on simple puzzle

I n a city there is a building of 4 storey height. there are 8 friends A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H who live in that building with 2 flats on each floor . Flats on ground floor are numbered 5, 6 from left end to right. Flats on first floor are numbered 3, 4 from right end to left. Flats on second floor are numbered 1, 2 from left side to right. Flats on third floor are numbered 7, 8 from right side to left.

Now A lives in flat 4.

B lives in the top floor along with D and two storeys above Flat of F.

C lives in flat 5.

H&E lives in the same floor.

18. What is flat number of B?

(a) 3 (b) 1 (c) 7 (d) 6

19. What is correct order?

(a) 3 -A (b) 1-D (c) 7 -E (d) 6-F

20. What if D&F, C&E exchange there flats then who stays below C?

(a) A (b) D (c) F (d) G

First of all manage your time well and don’t neglect any of the sections. Each section has its own cutoff. So be careful, be confident. All the best for your Future endeavors in getting placed in a good company.

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