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# B.E PROJECT

LATEST B.E PROJECT IDEAS

## Tuesday, June 15, 2010

### GPS & GSM Based Realtime Projects Ideas

1.GPS & GSM Based Car Security System.

Easy to find the stolen Car. Global Positioning System (GPS) has been used in various commercial applications including transportation, navigation and vehicle position tracking, which when coupled with GSM mobile phone technology, the technology can help locate stolen vehicle and retrieval process.

2.Standalone GPS Coordinates(Latitude,Longitude...) Locater. (GPS+Microcontroller+LCD)

The purpose this project is to get the Latitude and Longitude from the satellites and display them on LCD display.

•GPS & GSM Based Realtime Vehicle Tracking System.

This system locates the Vehicle on the earth by the use of GPS and sends the co-ordinates (Longitude & Latitude), Time and Vehicle speed to the owner of the vehicle using GSM Modem.

(GPS+GSM+Microcontroller)

4.Microcontroller driven GPS Clock (GPS+Microcontroller+LCD)

This updates time (GMT) from satellites and displays on LCD.

5.GSM/Mobile/Cell Phone Based Device Monitoring and Control System.

The purpose of this project is to Monitor and Control any Digital or Analog devices from your Cell Phone. This Project can be used to control up to 16 electrical devices. With this circuit you can switch-ON , OFF or Restart some Linux servers, ADSL modems, Printers, Door with electric lock, Irrigation Pump, Garage door, House lights, Water pumps, electric sunshade, Block the engine of your car or your motorcycle, at the steal case and much more. The purpose of this circuit is to make the human life better and easier.

(GSM Modem/Mobile/Cell Phone)+ Microcontroller)

6.GSM Based Home Security System. Get intrusion alerts like door/windows open alerts onto your Cell Phone.

(GSM+Microcontroller)

7.GSM Based Automatic Irrigation Water Controller System.

The purpose of this project is to get SMS alerts whenever the electrical power status changes to ON or OFF. Use your mobile phone to switch on/off the water pump from any location in the world.

(GSM Modem + Microcontroller + Electromagnetic Relays)

8.GSM based Energy Meter Monitoring and Control System.

(Microcontroller + Energy Meter + GSM Modem + LCD Display)

9.GSM based Domestic/Industrial Energy meter billing system.

10.GPRS (Web) based Energy Meter realtime Energy Meter monitoring system.

11.GPS Navigator/Logger

(Microcontroller Board + Memory Card +PC Software)

12.Microcontroller based Heartbeat Monitoring over GSM Mobile.

13.Temperature Measurement over GSM Mobile.

14.The purpose of this project is to measure the temperature using LM35 sensor. This temperature is processed by microcontroller and sent to the user over GSM mobile.

15.temperature Measurement over GSM Mobile.

16.The purpose of this project is to measure the temperature using LM35 sensor. This temperature is processed by microcontroller and sent to the user over GSM mobile.

17.Motor Speed Monitoring over GSM Mobile

18.Microcontroller based GPS Navigator with Google Earth Interface and MMC/SD 1GB Card Data Logging

19.PS+GSM based Realtime Bus/Train Location Finder and display on Earth's Map

20.Mobile technology (GSM) based remote monitoring and control of digital Energy meter. Useful for Electricity Department personal for remote meter reading. Also useful to disconnect the power supply to consumer incase of non-payment of electric bill. This is also used to exchange messages like power cut timings with the consumers.

21.GPS and GSM based real-time vehicle tracking on GoogleEarth (with two GSM Modems)

22.GSM based instantaneous vehicle registration details extraction system very useful for Traffic police.

23.RFID and GSM based intelligent letterbox (mailbox).

24.Microcontroller and GPS based geographical map drawing instrument. Very useful for Civil engineers.

25.Microcontroller and voice based alerting system for blind people with GPS enabled location identification.

26.GPS based station name announcement and display system for Trains/buses.

27.Wireless Heartbeat Sensor (GSM based)

28.GPS based office cab monitoring system very useful for the safety of female employees. This system records the travel path and location with timings. Also records the destination of each employee home.

29.GSM Based automatic Irrigation Water Supply System.

30.GSM and Microcontroller based Single phasing Indicator and Protection System.

31.PIR + GSM based Home Security System

32.GPS and Graphical display based tourist-guiding system with Touchscreen keyboard input for dynamic location recording. This can be used any where in the world including Sea and Forest locations.

33.Mobile phone controlled four-legged walking robot with speed and direction control.

34.GSM based Irrigation Water Pump Controller for Illiterates. (No Mobile phone operation knowledge required)

35.Design and development of Mobile phone using Modem, Graphical LCD, buzzer and Touchscreen based keypad.

36.DTMF mobile phone controlled dam water gates controlling system with high-level protection.

37.Remote control of critical software applications with mobile phone.

38.UPS battery monitoring system over GSM for high availability systems (banking/finance/medical etc).

39.GSM based digital Notice board with display on Monitor or LCD display.

40.Microcontroller and GPS based geographical map drawing instrument. Very useful for Civil engineers.

41.Password protected GSM based Device control

42.Remote Control of PC/Computer using GSM Modem or Cell Phone.

43.GSM+GPS based school kids tracking system.

44.GSM based Highway vehicle traffic monitoring system.

The purpose of this project is to monitor the vehicles moving on highways at remote locations. This project uses infrared/laser sensor system to count the number of vehicles passing in both the directions. The vehicle count is logged by the microcontroller. This vehicles information is sent to the user over GSM modem. The information can be sent to the user periodically or can be sent on demand by sending a missed call or SMS.

Easy to find the stolen Car. Global Positioning System (GPS) has been used in various commercial applications including transportation, navigation and vehicle position tracking, which when coupled with GSM mobile phone technology, the technology can help locate stolen vehicle and retrieval process.

2.Standalone GPS Coordinates(Latitude,Longitude...) Locater. (GPS+Microcontroller+LCD)

The purpose this project is to get the Latitude and Longitude from the satellites and display them on LCD display.

•GPS & GSM Based Realtime Vehicle Tracking System.

This system locates the Vehicle on the earth by the use of GPS and sends the co-ordinates (Longitude & Latitude), Time and Vehicle speed to the owner of the vehicle using GSM Modem.

(GPS+GSM+Microcontroller)

4.Microcontroller driven GPS Clock (GPS+Microcontroller+LCD)

This updates time (GMT) from satellites and displays on LCD.

5.GSM/Mobile/Cell Phone Based Device Monitoring and Control System.

The purpose of this project is to Monitor and Control any Digital or Analog devices from your Cell Phone. This Project can be used to control up to 16 electrical devices. With this circuit you can switch-ON , OFF or Restart some Linux servers, ADSL modems, Printers, Door with electric lock, Irrigation Pump, Garage door, House lights, Water pumps, electric sunshade, Block the engine of your car or your motorcycle, at the steal case and much more. The purpose of this circuit is to make the human life better and easier.

(GSM Modem/Mobile/Cell Phone)+ Microcontroller)

6.GSM Based Home Security System. Get intrusion alerts like door/windows open alerts onto your Cell Phone.

(GSM+Microcontroller)

7.GSM Based Automatic Irrigation Water Controller System.

The purpose of this project is to get SMS alerts whenever the electrical power status changes to ON or OFF. Use your mobile phone to switch on/off the water pump from any location in the world.

(GSM Modem + Microcontroller + Electromagnetic Relays)

8.GSM based Energy Meter Monitoring and Control System.

(Microcontroller + Energy Meter + GSM Modem + LCD Display)

9.GSM based Domestic/Industrial Energy meter billing system.

10.GPRS (Web) based Energy Meter realtime Energy Meter monitoring system.

11.GPS Navigator/Logger

(Microcontroller Board + Memory Card +PC Software)

12.Microcontroller based Heartbeat Monitoring over GSM Mobile.

13.Temperature Measurement over GSM Mobile.

14.The purpose of this project is to measure the temperature using LM35 sensor. This temperature is processed by microcontroller and sent to the user over GSM mobile.

15.temperature Measurement over GSM Mobile.

16.The purpose of this project is to measure the temperature using LM35 sensor. This temperature is processed by microcontroller and sent to the user over GSM mobile.

17.Motor Speed Monitoring over GSM Mobile

18.Microcontroller based GPS Navigator with Google Earth Interface and MMC/SD 1GB Card Data Logging

19.PS+GSM based Realtime Bus/Train Location Finder and display on Earth's Map

20.Mobile technology (GSM) based remote monitoring and control of digital Energy meter. Useful for Electricity Department personal for remote meter reading. Also useful to disconnect the power supply to consumer incase of non-payment of electric bill. This is also used to exchange messages like power cut timings with the consumers.

21.GPS and GSM based real-time vehicle tracking on GoogleEarth (with two GSM Modems)

22.GSM based instantaneous vehicle registration details extraction system very useful for Traffic police.

23.RFID and GSM based intelligent letterbox (mailbox).

24.Microcontroller and GPS based geographical map drawing instrument. Very useful for Civil engineers.

25.Microcontroller and voice based alerting system for blind people with GPS enabled location identification.

26.GPS based station name announcement and display system for Trains/buses.

27.Wireless Heartbeat Sensor (GSM based)

28.GPS based office cab monitoring system very useful for the safety of female employees. This system records the travel path and location with timings. Also records the destination of each employee home.

29.GSM Based automatic Irrigation Water Supply System.

30.GSM and Microcontroller based Single phasing Indicator and Protection System.

31.PIR + GSM based Home Security System

32.GPS and Graphical display based tourist-guiding system with Touchscreen keyboard input for dynamic location recording. This can be used any where in the world including Sea and Forest locations.

33.Mobile phone controlled four-legged walking robot with speed and direction control.

34.GSM based Irrigation Water Pump Controller for Illiterates. (No Mobile phone operation knowledge required)

35.Design and development of Mobile phone using Modem, Graphical LCD, buzzer and Touchscreen based keypad.

36.DTMF mobile phone controlled dam water gates controlling system with high-level protection.

37.Remote control of critical software applications with mobile phone.

38.UPS battery monitoring system over GSM for high availability systems (banking/finance/medical etc).

39.GSM based digital Notice board with display on Monitor or LCD display.

40.Microcontroller and GPS based geographical map drawing instrument. Very useful for Civil engineers.

41.Password protected GSM based Device control

42.Remote Control of PC/Computer using GSM Modem or Cell Phone.

43.GSM+GPS based school kids tracking system.

44.GSM based Highway vehicle traffic monitoring system.

The purpose of this project is to monitor the vehicles moving on highways at remote locations. This project uses infrared/laser sensor system to count the number of vehicles passing in both the directions. The vehicle count is logged by the microcontroller. This vehicles information is sent to the user over GSM modem. The information can be sent to the user periodically or can be sent on demand by sending a missed call or SMS.

## Monday, June 14, 2010

### Infosys vs TCS which is better for software job in India

Here is the good comparison between Infosys job and TCS job. First know about the working culture at Infosys-

Infosys

This is what one person of Infosys said -

Training at infy : it is about four and half months, timings from 9 to 5.30 or 5.45 till 12.30 they take the classes and afternoons we are given assignments on that day’s topic and supposed to finish and submit by next day morning 9. Total training is divided into two parts generic for one and half month (general topics 9 modules) and stream specific training (like java or .net or mainframes or opensystesm etc) for 2 and half months. Environment of teaching is really good. Tests are tough and the evaluation procedure is also very strict. We are supposed to get 65% in every test and there is negative marking too. They conduct test on completion of each module.

Infosys training tests are designed for average people only. The key to success is that “Focus only on the Printed material given to you”. All the asked questions will be from the material.

If you are from a Non CS/IT background then you are put into long cycle. If from CS/IT then you’ll be undergoing fast track training. If some one from CS/IT stream fails in the fast track training, then he will be shifted to Long cycle. He enjoys 1.5 + 3 months of training.

Salary- It is true that wipro’s package is much much better than that of infy. people who got placed in wipro got their package as 27k per month including housing allowance, on the other hand infy people offer only 14k change for their freshers. I have been here in Infy for couple of years now and have sen poeple moving to these above mentioned companies. now today if I ask them, more than 75% people regret their decision.

TCS

This is what one person of TCS said-

Training at TCS- Training accommodation is awesome. Properly furnished, tv and fridge, they do provide housekeeping. Every 4 days they change bed sheets and pillow covers, everyday they sweep and every 4-5 days he comes and washes the toilet as well. Earlier tcs tests had 50% cutoff and they were openbook tests and now the tests will be closed book and the cutoff is 65%. Girls actually don’t have have a dress code, actually girls can wear anything salwaar kameez, trousers and top, sari, everything is allowed. Training syllabus-1. soft engg 2. data structure 3. os 4. dbms 5. boot programming 6. unix

Salery- package for off campus B.E/B.TECH is 2.36 lacs per annum and MCA/M.TECH is 2.75 lacs per annum for off campus, It’s against hr policy of TCS to discusses or disclose the salary information in public, be careful guys (who cares!)

TCS or Infosys?- From employee point of view , in most of the criteria like Salary,work culture,work pressure etc all the top companies are same.

In case of work pressure,work culture it depends on your luck, ( project you are getting allocated). In every company you will have simple & tough projects ,friendly & strict managers.But if u ask people, some will tell this company is bad in work culture, work load etc.. if they say then it is thier bad luck on getting allocated to such projects.you will find their statements wrong if u discuss with people in few other projects..

Even in case of salary initially it will be higher in one company but you will find the salary of another company higher in second year.That is if you take avg of salary from the time of joining to next 6 yrs all of these top companies will be almost equal.

The only criteria left is the growth potential/fundamental of the company.As you know TCS is ASIA’s No1 It company with projects all over the world and they have signed long term contract from our BSNL to US, European companies so the company will survive even if there is any fall in IT boom.

TCS, IBM or CTS ?- I would say that on the parameters discussed above I find TCS and CTS as 50:50 choice.TCS runs more in a conventional way adopted from TATA manufacturing group.

Positives of this are that you won’t loose your job but negative is that age will always be counted for superiority.Where as CTS is comparatively young organisation and therefore more flambouyant and aggressive in approach from marketing to canteen ..

IBM is no no for me because the weight of IBM logo is too much for it’s indian managment to handle hence employee’s don’t get to work on what they can get in TCS or CTS.

Now if you ask me to choose 1 out of TCS and CTS then I have to vote TCS 51 % as I am employee of it and I feel it is the best that’s why I am here but I am sure if u ask the same question in CTS community then you will get another answer simply because people there think that CTS is the best and that’s why they are there

Infosys

This is what one person of Infosys said -

Training at infy : it is about four and half months, timings from 9 to 5.30 or 5.45 till 12.30 they take the classes and afternoons we are given assignments on that day’s topic and supposed to finish and submit by next day morning 9. Total training is divided into two parts generic for one and half month (general topics 9 modules) and stream specific training (like java or .net or mainframes or opensystesm etc) for 2 and half months. Environment of teaching is really good. Tests are tough and the evaluation procedure is also very strict. We are supposed to get 65% in every test and there is negative marking too. They conduct test on completion of each module.

Infosys training tests are designed for average people only. The key to success is that “Focus only on the Printed material given to you”. All the asked questions will be from the material.

If you are from a Non CS/IT background then you are put into long cycle. If from CS/IT then you’ll be undergoing fast track training. If some one from CS/IT stream fails in the fast track training, then he will be shifted to Long cycle. He enjoys 1.5 + 3 months of training.

Salary- It is true that wipro’s package is much much better than that of infy. people who got placed in wipro got their package as 27k per month including housing allowance, on the other hand infy people offer only 14k change for their freshers. I have been here in Infy for couple of years now and have sen poeple moving to these above mentioned companies. now today if I ask them, more than 75% people regret their decision.

TCS

This is what one person of TCS said-

Training at TCS- Training accommodation is awesome. Properly furnished, tv and fridge, they do provide housekeeping. Every 4 days they change bed sheets and pillow covers, everyday they sweep and every 4-5 days he comes and washes the toilet as well. Earlier tcs tests had 50% cutoff and they were openbook tests and now the tests will be closed book and the cutoff is 65%. Girls actually don’t have have a dress code, actually girls can wear anything salwaar kameez, trousers and top, sari, everything is allowed. Training syllabus-1. soft engg 2. data structure 3. os 4. dbms 5. boot programming 6. unix

Salery- package for off campus B.E/B.TECH is 2.36 lacs per annum and MCA/M.TECH is 2.75 lacs per annum for off campus, It’s against hr policy of TCS to discusses or disclose the salary information in public, be careful guys (who cares!)

TCS or Infosys?- From employee point of view , in most of the criteria like Salary,work culture,work pressure etc all the top companies are same.

In case of work pressure,work culture it depends on your luck, ( project you are getting allocated). In every company you will have simple & tough projects ,friendly & strict managers.But if u ask people, some will tell this company is bad in work culture, work load etc.. if they say then it is thier bad luck on getting allocated to such projects.you will find their statements wrong if u discuss with people in few other projects..

Even in case of salary initially it will be higher in one company but you will find the salary of another company higher in second year.That is if you take avg of salary from the time of joining to next 6 yrs all of these top companies will be almost equal.

The only criteria left is the growth potential/fundamental of the company.As you know TCS is ASIA’s No1 It company with projects all over the world and they have signed long term contract from our BSNL to US, European companies so the company will survive even if there is any fall in IT boom.

TCS, IBM or CTS ?- I would say that on the parameters discussed above I find TCS and CTS as 50:50 choice.TCS runs more in a conventional way adopted from TATA manufacturing group.

Positives of this are that you won’t loose your job but negative is that age will always be counted for superiority.Where as CTS is comparatively young organisation and therefore more flambouyant and aggressive in approach from marketing to canteen ..

IBM is no no for me because the weight of IBM logo is too much for it’s indian managment to handle hence employee’s don’t get to work on what they can get in TCS or CTS.

Now if you ask me to choose 1 out of TCS and CTS then I have to vote TCS 51 % as I am employee of it and I feel it is the best that’s why I am here but I am sure if u ask the same question in CTS community then you will get another answer simply because people there think that CTS is the best and that’s why they are there

### (Paper) Google Interview Questions

Google Interview Questions Part - 1

This is a list of interview puzzles used at Google.

You have to get from point A to point B. You don?t know if you can get there. What would you do?Imagine you have a closet full of shirts. It?svery hard to find a shirt. So what can you do to organize your shirts for easy retrieval?What method would you use to look up a word in a dictionary?

Every man in a village of 100 married couples has cheated on his wife. Every wife in the village instantly knows when a man other than herhusband has cheated, but does not know when her own husband has. The village has a law that does not allow foradultery.Anywife who can prove thather husband is unfaithful must kill him that very day. The women of the village would neverdisobeythislaw.One day, the queen of the village visits and announce that at least one husband has been unfaithful. What happens?You have eight balls all of the same size. 7 of them weigh the same, and one of them weighs slightly more. How can you fine the ball that is heavier by using a balance and only two weighings?How do youcutarectangular cake into two equal pieces when someone has already taken a rectangular piece from it? The removed piece an be any size or at any place in the cake. You are only allowed one straight cut.

How many piano tuners are there in the entire world?

What gives you joy?

Mike has $20 more than Todd. How much does each have given that combined they have $21 between them. You can?t use fractions in the answer. Hint: This is a trick question, pay close attention to the condition)

How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Two MIT math graduates bump into each other. They hadn?t seen each other in over 20 years.

The first grad says to the second: ?how have you been??

Second: ?Great! I got married and I have three daughters now?

First: ?Really? how old are they??

Second: ?Well, the product of their ages is 72, and the sum of their ages is the same as the number on that building over there..?

First: ?Right, ok.. oh wait.. I still don?t know?

second: ?Oh sorry, the oldest one just started to play the piano?

First: ?Wonderful! my oldest is the same age!?

Problem: How old are the daughters?

If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands? (The answer to this is not zero!)

Four people need to cross a rickety rope bridge to get back to their camp at night. Unfortunately, they only have one flashlight and it only has enough light left for seventeen minutes. The bridge is too dangerous to cross without a flashlight, and it?s only strong enough to support two people at any given time. Each of the campers walks at a different speed. One can cross the bridge in 1 minute, another in 2 minutes, the third in 5 minutes, and the slow poke takes 10 minutes to cross. How do the campers make it across in 17 minutes?

If the probability of observing a car in 30 minutes on a highway is 0.95, what is the probability of observing a car in 10 minutes (assuming constant default probability)?

In a country in which people only want boys, every family continues to have children until they have a boy. if they have a girl, they have another child. if they have a boy, they stop. what is the proportion of boys to girls in the country?

You have an empty room, and a group of people waiting outside the room. At each step, you may either get one person into the room, or get one out. Can you make subsequent steps, so that every possible combination of people is achieved exactly once?

Google interview questions

•The rectangle puzzle has a special case which does allow for an answer. If the rectangular removed piece is smaller than the cake, then the solution is to make a cut which joins the centre of the cake with the centre of the removed piece (if these centres are the same point, then any cut through this one point). However, if the removed piece is the whole cake, then there is no possible cut, since there is no cake. I wonder how many people figured this out (and I include the people who made up the question).

•The last question about putting people in a room is the only one related to anything at Google. The solution is simply the Gray code, which is actually something of mild interest in Computer Science, and whose knowledge might actually be useful to future work at a computer company. The other questions are either silly, trivial if you know some math, or just wrong.

•the 8 balls question answer is

1)take any 7balls from 8 and keep remaning aside

2)take any 6balls from that 7 keep remaing aside

NOW

CASE:1)

weigh:1)3 and 3 of that 6 if equal then

weigh:2)that 1 and 1 from remaing finish.

CASE:2)

weigh:1)same 3 and 3 of that 6 if not equal

weigh:2) 1 and 1 of that odd 3 finish

•The ball question is silly because the algorithm works for up to 9 balls. In general, you can find the heavier ball in N weighings if there are at most 3^N balls, so using a non power of 3 misses the point. The general algorithm for 3^N balls is:

Take 2 groups of 3^(N-1) balls. If they weigh the same, then the ball is in the 3rd group, and you can find the ball in a further N-1 steps by recursion. Otherwise, the ball is in the heavier group, and you can again find it in N-1 further steps by recursion.

The adjustment for non powers of 3 is clear.

This is probably the easiest coin problem. The harder ones don?t tell you if the coin is heavier or lighter.

•You can also outwit the examiner in the clock quesiton. Normally the answer would be 22, but that is assuming that there are only hour and minute hands. However, you can outwit the examiner by making the formally correct statement ?most clocks have a second hand? and just wait there until he figures it out. Since this would obviously guarantee you wouldn?t get the job, I?m wondering if the real point of these questions is to make sure that you aren?t smarter than the people who made them up.

•Anyone felt dumber reading Ilan?s responses?

On the rectangular cake, don?t cut it from up to down. Cut across at mid-height.

The point of asking ?8″ balls is to lead people to think to weigh 4 with 4, 2 with 2, 1 with 1, etc. Weighing ?9″ balls actually make the question easier.

On the married couples question, use induction and start with the village having only 1 couple, then 2, and so on. Think in terms if you were the wife, and you cheated with someone?s husband, how would you deduce if your husband cheated and whether or not the other wife can deduce.

•If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands?

- Degrees per clock cycle or a circle: 360

- Degrees per clock cycle Ticks: 360 / 60 (total minute ticks in a clock) = 6 degrees

- Ticks between two hour digits: 5

- Minute Hand Ticks per Hour Hand Movement: 60/5 = 12

Using above data we can calculate the exact clock hands position & angle for 3:15 Time i.e.

- Minute Hand position will be: 3

- Change in Hour Hand position will be: (5/12) * 15 = 1.25 (exact ticks out of 5 hour ticks between two hour digits & this is also an exact ticks difference from minute hand)

- So, ar there is (360/60) 6 degrees difference between two clock ticks hence thers is 1.25 * 6 = 7.50 exact degrees difference between minute & hour hands in 3:15 clock time :)

•The answer to the bridge crossing questions:

I will use following terms.

camper1 - camper who can cross the bridge in 1 minute

camper2 - camper who can cross the bridge in 2 minute

camper5 - camper who can cross the bridge in 5 minute

camper10 - camper who can cross the bridge in 10 minute

1. camper1 and camper2 crosses (2 min)

2. camper1 gets back (1 min)

3. camper5 and camper10 crosses (10 min)

4. camper2 gets back (2 min)

5. camper1 and camper2 crosses (2 min)

Total 17 min.

•To CSharp?s question:

?If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands??

The way I thought it was (ends in same result as urs):

The answer is that the hour hand moves 360 degrees in 12 hour. That is 30 degrees each hour - 7.5 degrees each quarter.

Therefore the difference between the hands at 3 and warter is 7.5 degrees !

•MIT Math Graduates Problem:-We know that 72?s factor are 2*2*2*3*3.Now we need to calculate all possible combinations of ages from those factors.The Combinations will be:-(2,4,9) and (2,6,6) and (2,3,12) and (3,3,8) and (3,6,4).For every combination the sum of ages will be (15) and (14) and (17) and (14) and (13) respectively.14 is the only digit which comes twice so that is the digit which is written on building that?s why first graduate couldn?t find out their correct ages.So possibly the ages should be (2,6,6) or (3,3,8).Now second graduate says that his oldest daughter just learned piano so this statement indicate that his oldest daughter is not twin so surely there ages will be 3 and 3 and 8.

•The Restangular Cake solution:

Whatever be the shape and size of the cut piece.

Just cut the cake horizontally from mid of the height.

thats all!

•To explain the cake solution:

1) cutting a whole cake in half, in one strait cut, requires going from one side, through the center of the cake, to the other side (we can chose any angle we like).

2) cutting the empty part in half , using one strait cut, requires going from one side of the empty part, through the center of the empty part, to the other side of the empty part.

- The solution requires both cutting the whole cake in half, and cutting the empty section in half, so we combine (1) and (2) to one striat cut through both centers.

As explained by Ilan.

•How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Only 11 times. Overlap exists on or after every hour except after 11′o clock.

Srikanth Bethi

•How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Above answer is incomplete?.in a it completes 2 rounds?in the round it gets 11 times and in the second round it gets only 10 times?

so the total is 21 times in a day

•What gives you joy?

Word ?YOU? is having letters ?Y? & ?O? and it requires letter ?J? to make ?JOY?. So the answer is ?J?.

•Another way of looking at the 3:15 clock problem:

Normally hour hand moves 1/12 of clock each hour.

For 15 mins, it?s 1/4 of that then, or 1/48.

Then 360 degrees / 48 = 7.5 degrees.

Same answer, of course.

•For the $20 trick question, i think i just figured it out.

M = 20 + T

M + T = 21

Substitute M: 20 + 2T = 21

T = 0.5

So, Todd has $0.50 and Mike has $20.50.

Oh, and i didn?t use fractions in my answer.

I used decimals.

•probability of watching a car is .95 in 30 min

it means probability of watching a car is 95% in 30 min

probability of watching a car per minute is 95/30=1.9%

probability of watching a car in 10 minute is 1.9* 10=19%

•To Vimal Garg,

Your answer to the three girls? age is right, but you can?t just verifying 72?s factor which is 2*2*2*3*3, because it is possible that the youngest daughter?s age is 1, for example: 1, 6, 12.

The point to the question is that, there must be several combinations result in the same summary. Like 2+6+6 = 3+3+8 = 14. And there could be only one who has the oldest age, that is 8

•To gaurav khatwani,

your math is wrong in more than one spot.

You can?t merely say probability of seeing a car in one minute is x and therefore in 10 minutes its 10*x. Probabilities don?t add up like that.

Think of tossing a quarter. The probability of seeing a heads in 2 flips is 3/4 not 1/2 + 1/2.

Solution (I think) is the probability of not seeing a car in 30 minutes is 05%.

If the probability of not seeing a car in 10 minutes is x. then for each additional 10 minutes we multiply by x. so x^3 = .05

So the probability of seeing a car in 10 minutes is thus 1 - cuberoot(.05)

This is a list of interview puzzles used at Google.

You have to get from point A to point B. You don?t know if you can get there. What would you do?Imagine you have a closet full of shirts. It?svery hard to find a shirt. So what can you do to organize your shirts for easy retrieval?What method would you use to look up a word in a dictionary?

Every man in a village of 100 married couples has cheated on his wife. Every wife in the village instantly knows when a man other than herhusband has cheated, but does not know when her own husband has. The village has a law that does not allow foradultery.Anywife who can prove thather husband is unfaithful must kill him that very day. The women of the village would neverdisobeythislaw.One day, the queen of the village visits and announce that at least one husband has been unfaithful. What happens?You have eight balls all of the same size. 7 of them weigh the same, and one of them weighs slightly more. How can you fine the ball that is heavier by using a balance and only two weighings?How do youcutarectangular cake into two equal pieces when someone has already taken a rectangular piece from it? The removed piece an be any size or at any place in the cake. You are only allowed one straight cut.

How many piano tuners are there in the entire world?

What gives you joy?

Mike has $20 more than Todd. How much does each have given that combined they have $21 between them. You can?t use fractions in the answer. Hint: This is a trick question, pay close attention to the condition)

How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Two MIT math graduates bump into each other. They hadn?t seen each other in over 20 years.

The first grad says to the second: ?how have you been??

Second: ?Great! I got married and I have three daughters now?

First: ?Really? how old are they??

Second: ?Well, the product of their ages is 72, and the sum of their ages is the same as the number on that building over there..?

First: ?Right, ok.. oh wait.. I still don?t know?

second: ?Oh sorry, the oldest one just started to play the piano?

First: ?Wonderful! my oldest is the same age!?

Problem: How old are the daughters?

If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands? (The answer to this is not zero!)

Four people need to cross a rickety rope bridge to get back to their camp at night. Unfortunately, they only have one flashlight and it only has enough light left for seventeen minutes. The bridge is too dangerous to cross without a flashlight, and it?s only strong enough to support two people at any given time. Each of the campers walks at a different speed. One can cross the bridge in 1 minute, another in 2 minutes, the third in 5 minutes, and the slow poke takes 10 minutes to cross. How do the campers make it across in 17 minutes?

If the probability of observing a car in 30 minutes on a highway is 0.95, what is the probability of observing a car in 10 minutes (assuming constant default probability)?

In a country in which people only want boys, every family continues to have children until they have a boy. if they have a girl, they have another child. if they have a boy, they stop. what is the proportion of boys to girls in the country?

You have an empty room, and a group of people waiting outside the room. At each step, you may either get one person into the room, or get one out. Can you make subsequent steps, so that every possible combination of people is achieved exactly once?

Google interview questions

•The rectangle puzzle has a special case which does allow for an answer. If the rectangular removed piece is smaller than the cake, then the solution is to make a cut which joins the centre of the cake with the centre of the removed piece (if these centres are the same point, then any cut through this one point). However, if the removed piece is the whole cake, then there is no possible cut, since there is no cake. I wonder how many people figured this out (and I include the people who made up the question).

•The last question about putting people in a room is the only one related to anything at Google. The solution is simply the Gray code, which is actually something of mild interest in Computer Science, and whose knowledge might actually be useful to future work at a computer company. The other questions are either silly, trivial if you know some math, or just wrong.

•the 8 balls question answer is

1)take any 7balls from 8 and keep remaning aside

2)take any 6balls from that 7 keep remaing aside

NOW

CASE:1)

weigh:1)3 and 3 of that 6 if equal then

weigh:2)that 1 and 1 from remaing finish.

CASE:2)

weigh:1)same 3 and 3 of that 6 if not equal

weigh:2) 1 and 1 of that odd 3 finish

•The ball question is silly because the algorithm works for up to 9 balls. In general, you can find the heavier ball in N weighings if there are at most 3^N balls, so using a non power of 3 misses the point. The general algorithm for 3^N balls is:

Take 2 groups of 3^(N-1) balls. If they weigh the same, then the ball is in the 3rd group, and you can find the ball in a further N-1 steps by recursion. Otherwise, the ball is in the heavier group, and you can again find it in N-1 further steps by recursion.

The adjustment for non powers of 3 is clear.

This is probably the easiest coin problem. The harder ones don?t tell you if the coin is heavier or lighter.

•You can also outwit the examiner in the clock quesiton. Normally the answer would be 22, but that is assuming that there are only hour and minute hands. However, you can outwit the examiner by making the formally correct statement ?most clocks have a second hand? and just wait there until he figures it out. Since this would obviously guarantee you wouldn?t get the job, I?m wondering if the real point of these questions is to make sure that you aren?t smarter than the people who made them up.

•Anyone felt dumber reading Ilan?s responses?

On the rectangular cake, don?t cut it from up to down. Cut across at mid-height.

The point of asking ?8″ balls is to lead people to think to weigh 4 with 4, 2 with 2, 1 with 1, etc. Weighing ?9″ balls actually make the question easier.

On the married couples question, use induction and start with the village having only 1 couple, then 2, and so on. Think in terms if you were the wife, and you cheated with someone?s husband, how would you deduce if your husband cheated and whether or not the other wife can deduce.

•If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands?

- Degrees per clock cycle or a circle: 360

- Degrees per clock cycle Ticks: 360 / 60 (total minute ticks in a clock) = 6 degrees

- Ticks between two hour digits: 5

- Minute Hand Ticks per Hour Hand Movement: 60/5 = 12

Using above data we can calculate the exact clock hands position & angle for 3:15 Time i.e.

- Minute Hand position will be: 3

- Change in Hour Hand position will be: (5/12) * 15 = 1.25 (exact ticks out of 5 hour ticks between two hour digits & this is also an exact ticks difference from minute hand)

- So, ar there is (360/60) 6 degrees difference between two clock ticks hence thers is 1.25 * 6 = 7.50 exact degrees difference between minute & hour hands in 3:15 clock time :)

•The answer to the bridge crossing questions:

I will use following terms.

camper1 - camper who can cross the bridge in 1 minute

camper2 - camper who can cross the bridge in 2 minute

camper5 - camper who can cross the bridge in 5 minute

camper10 - camper who can cross the bridge in 10 minute

1. camper1 and camper2 crosses (2 min)

2. camper1 gets back (1 min)

3. camper5 and camper10 crosses (10 min)

4. camper2 gets back (2 min)

5. camper1 and camper2 crosses (2 min)

Total 17 min.

•To CSharp?s question:

?If you look at a clock and the time is 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands??

The way I thought it was (ends in same result as urs):

The answer is that the hour hand moves 360 degrees in 12 hour. That is 30 degrees each hour - 7.5 degrees each quarter.

Therefore the difference between the hands at 3 and warter is 7.5 degrees !

•MIT Math Graduates Problem:-We know that 72?s factor are 2*2*2*3*3.Now we need to calculate all possible combinations of ages from those factors.The Combinations will be:-(2,4,9) and (2,6,6) and (2,3,12) and (3,3,8) and (3,6,4).For every combination the sum of ages will be (15) and (14) and (17) and (14) and (13) respectively.14 is the only digit which comes twice so that is the digit which is written on building that?s why first graduate couldn?t find out their correct ages.So possibly the ages should be (2,6,6) or (3,3,8).Now second graduate says that his oldest daughter just learned piano so this statement indicate that his oldest daughter is not twin so surely there ages will be 3 and 3 and 8.

•The Restangular Cake solution:

Whatever be the shape and size of the cut piece.

Just cut the cake horizontally from mid of the height.

thats all!

•To explain the cake solution:

1) cutting a whole cake in half, in one strait cut, requires going from one side, through the center of the cake, to the other side (we can chose any angle we like).

2) cutting the empty part in half , using one strait cut, requires going from one side of the empty part, through the center of the empty part, to the other side of the empty part.

- The solution requires both cutting the whole cake in half, and cutting the empty section in half, so we combine (1) and (2) to one striat cut through both centers.

As explained by Ilan.

•How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Only 11 times. Overlap exists on or after every hour except after 11′o clock.

Srikanth Bethi

•How many times a day a clock?s hands overlap?

Above answer is incomplete?.in a it completes 2 rounds?in the round it gets 11 times and in the second round it gets only 10 times?

so the total is 21 times in a day

•What gives you joy?

Word ?YOU? is having letters ?Y? & ?O? and it requires letter ?J? to make ?JOY?. So the answer is ?J?.

•Another way of looking at the 3:15 clock problem:

Normally hour hand moves 1/12 of clock each hour.

For 15 mins, it?s 1/4 of that then, or 1/48.

Then 360 degrees / 48 = 7.5 degrees.

Same answer, of course.

•For the $20 trick question, i think i just figured it out.

M = 20 + T

M + T = 21

Substitute M: 20 + 2T = 21

T = 0.5

So, Todd has $0.50 and Mike has $20.50.

Oh, and i didn?t use fractions in my answer.

I used decimals.

•probability of watching a car is .95 in 30 min

it means probability of watching a car is 95% in 30 min

probability of watching a car per minute is 95/30=1.9%

probability of watching a car in 10 minute is 1.9* 10=19%

•To Vimal Garg,

Your answer to the three girls? age is right, but you can?t just verifying 72?s factor which is 2*2*2*3*3, because it is possible that the youngest daughter?s age is 1, for example: 1, 6, 12.

The point to the question is that, there must be several combinations result in the same summary. Like 2+6+6 = 3+3+8 = 14. And there could be only one who has the oldest age, that is 8

•To gaurav khatwani,

your math is wrong in more than one spot.

You can?t merely say probability of seeing a car in one minute is x and therefore in 10 minutes its 10*x. Probabilities don?t add up like that.

Think of tossing a quarter. The probability of seeing a heads in 2 flips is 3/4 not 1/2 + 1/2.

Solution (I think) is the probability of not seeing a car in 30 minutes is 05%.

If the probability of not seeing a car in 10 minutes is x. then for each additional 10 minutes we multiply by x. so x^3 = .05

So the probability of seeing a car in 10 minutes is thus 1 - cuberoot(.05)

### TCS Recruitment Interview Paper at GIT on 3rd March 2008

TCS Recruitment Interview Paper at GIT on 3rd March 2008

TCS recruitment procedure basically include 4 rounds:

1.Online Aptitude Test

2.Technical

3.HR

4.MR

But in one of my friend case it was a bit different, after clearing the Aptitude test, he had 3 interviews in each of which he had to face all the three (technical, HR, MR) kind of questions.

He?ll try to separate out the questions into the 3 categories.

TECHNICAL

Although he os a CSE student, I was questioned mostly on Electronics subjects. So do take care about brushing up Electronics and Physics also.

01. NAND Gate

02. Ways to connect a computer in India and another in Switzerland (only 1 or 2 won?t do, they wanted wayS)

03. Modulation-Demodulation

04. Working of a modem

05. Program for logic gates

06. Difference between MS Access and Oracle

07. RDBMS product in market

08. Why make queries and use SQL when u have MS Excel

09. Reflection, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection

10. Optical Fibre

11. Bit, byte, kilobyte, memory, etc in c, c++ and Java

12. Microwave

NON-TECHNICAL

01. Tell me something about yourself

02. Why should we hire u?

03. What r ur weaknesses?

04. What is special about today? (Ans.: 3rd March is celebrated as TaTa Day (Mr. Jamshed Tata?s B?day))

05. What would u do if u are walking on a highway all alone with no means of communication and you witness an accident in which a motor cyclist is badly injured? There is no other vehicle to seek help from.

06. Why should we hire you?

07. Tell us about E-Major and E-Minor chords in guitar (my hobby)

08. Speak for 2 minutes on ?Americas war on Iraq?

09. Difference between a Joint and Nuclear family

10. Where do u see urself 5yrs dowm the line

11. What would u like to do 24 hrs in a day

12. Why T.C.S.?

13. If Microsoft or some other company pays u more than us, u?ll leave us?

14. What would ur reaction be if u do not find ur name on the selection list and wat would u do?

15. What r the 2 changes u would want to make in the TCS recruitment procedure?

16. What 2 improvements would u like to make in urself?

17. Founder of TCS?

TCS recruitment procedure basically include 4 rounds:

1.Online Aptitude Test

2.Technical

3.HR

4.MR

But in one of my friend case it was a bit different, after clearing the Aptitude test, he had 3 interviews in each of which he had to face all the three (technical, HR, MR) kind of questions.

He?ll try to separate out the questions into the 3 categories.

TECHNICAL

Although he os a CSE student, I was questioned mostly on Electronics subjects. So do take care about brushing up Electronics and Physics also.

01. NAND Gate

02. Ways to connect a computer in India and another in Switzerland (only 1 or 2 won?t do, they wanted wayS)

03. Modulation-Demodulation

04. Working of a modem

05. Program for logic gates

06. Difference between MS Access and Oracle

07. RDBMS product in market

08. Why make queries and use SQL when u have MS Excel

09. Reflection, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection

10. Optical Fibre

11. Bit, byte, kilobyte, memory, etc in c, c++ and Java

12. Microwave

NON-TECHNICAL

01. Tell me something about yourself

02. Why should we hire u?

03. What r ur weaknesses?

04. What is special about today? (Ans.: 3rd March is celebrated as TaTa Day (Mr. Jamshed Tata?s B?day))

05. What would u do if u are walking on a highway all alone with no means of communication and you witness an accident in which a motor cyclist is badly injured? There is no other vehicle to seek help from.

06. Why should we hire you?

07. Tell us about E-Major and E-Minor chords in guitar (my hobby)

08. Speak for 2 minutes on ?Americas war on Iraq?

09. Difference between a Joint and Nuclear family

10. Where do u see urself 5yrs dowm the line

11. What would u like to do 24 hrs in a day

12. Why T.C.S.?

13. If Microsoft or some other company pays u more than us, u?ll leave us?

14. What would ur reaction be if u do not find ur name on the selection list and wat would u do?

15. What r the 2 changes u would want to make in the TCS recruitment procedure?

16. What 2 improvements would u like to make in urself?

17. Founder of TCS?

### (Paper) TCS Recruitment Procedure Pattern Paper

TCS Recruitment Procedure Pattern Paper

TCS recruitment procedure basically include 4 rounds:

•Online Aptitude Test

•Technical

•HR

•MR

But in my case it was a bit different, after clearing the Aptitude test, i had 3 interviews in each of which i had to face all the three (technical, HR, MR) kind of questions.

I?ll try to separate out the questions into the 3 categories.

TECHNICAL

Although I am a CSE student, I was questioned mostly on Electronics subjects. So do take care about brushing up Electronics and Physics also.

01. NAND Gate

02. Ways to connect a computer in India and another in Switzerland (only 1 or 2 won?t do, they wanted wayS)

03. Modulation-Demodulation

04. Working of a modem

05. Program for logic gates

06. Difference between MS Access and Oracle

07. RDBMS product in market

08. Why make queries and use SQL when u have MS Excel

09. Reflection, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection

10. Optical Fibre

11. Bit, byte, kilobyte, memory, etc in c, c++ and Java

12. Microwave

NON-TECHNICAL

01. Tell me something about yourself

02. Why should we hire u?

03. What r ur weaknesses?

04. What is special about today? (Ans.: 3rd March is celebrated as TaTa Day (Mr. Jamshed Tata?s B?day))

05. What would u do if u are walking on a highway all alone with no means of communication and you witness an accident in which a motor cyclist is badly injured? There is no other vehicle to seek help from.

06. Why should we hire you?

07. Tell us about E-Major and E-Minor chords in guitar (my hobby)

08. Speak for 2 minutes on ?Americas war on Iraq?

09. Difference between a Joint and Nuclear family

10. Where do u see urself 5yrs dowm the line

11. What would u like to do 24 hrs in a day

12. Why T.C.S.?

13. If Microsoft or some other company pays u more than us, u?ll leave us?

14. What would ur reaction be if u do not find ur name on the selection list and wat would u do?

15. What r the 2 changes u would want to make in the TCS recruitment procedure?

16. What 2 improvements would u like to make in urself?

17. Founder of TCS?

TCS recruitment procedure basically include 4 rounds:

•Online Aptitude Test

•Technical

•HR

•MR

But in my case it was a bit different, after clearing the Aptitude test, i had 3 interviews in each of which i had to face all the three (technical, HR, MR) kind of questions.

I?ll try to separate out the questions into the 3 categories.

TECHNICAL

Although I am a CSE student, I was questioned mostly on Electronics subjects. So do take care about brushing up Electronics and Physics also.

01. NAND Gate

02. Ways to connect a computer in India and another in Switzerland (only 1 or 2 won?t do, they wanted wayS)

03. Modulation-Demodulation

04. Working of a modem

05. Program for logic gates

06. Difference between MS Access and Oracle

07. RDBMS product in market

08. Why make queries and use SQL when u have MS Excel

09. Reflection, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection

10. Optical Fibre

11. Bit, byte, kilobyte, memory, etc in c, c++ and Java

12. Microwave

NON-TECHNICAL

01. Tell me something about yourself

02. Why should we hire u?

03. What r ur weaknesses?

04. What is special about today? (Ans.: 3rd March is celebrated as TaTa Day (Mr. Jamshed Tata?s B?day))

05. What would u do if u are walking on a highway all alone with no means of communication and you witness an accident in which a motor cyclist is badly injured? There is no other vehicle to seek help from.

06. Why should we hire you?

07. Tell us about E-Major and E-Minor chords in guitar (my hobby)

08. Speak for 2 minutes on ?Americas war on Iraq?

09. Difference between a Joint and Nuclear family

10. Where do u see urself 5yrs dowm the line

11. What would u like to do 24 hrs in a day

12. Why T.C.S.?

13. If Microsoft or some other company pays u more than us, u?ll leave us?

14. What would ur reaction be if u do not find ur name on the selection list and wat would u do?

15. What r the 2 changes u would want to make in the TCS recruitment procedure?

16. What 2 improvements would u like to make in urself?

17. Founder of TCS?

### TCS PlacementPaper Online Test

TCS on line test ? 27th Aug 2004

The test was divided in three sections as:

1. Verbal reasoning (20 min - 32 Qs )

2. Quantitative aptitude (40 min ? 36 Qs) 3. Critical reasoning (30 min - 3 passages - 12 Qs)

No Sectional Cut off.

No Negative Marks.

No Psychometric Test was there for us.

Appearance of Psychometric means you cleared the test.

1. Verbal reasoning: (20 min 32 Qs)

Antonyms and Synonyms: (20) (I don?t remember which were for antonyms and which were for synonym)

1. Voluble

2. Antithesis

3. Terse

4. Wily

5. Effrontery

6. Claustrophobia

7. Intransigence

8. Nettle

9. Garrulous

10. Bombastic

11. Dissonance

12. Confiscate

13. Irascible

14. Reprove

15. Obfuscate

Next was fill lines in the gaps: (7 Qs)

There were 7 gaps to be filled in with lines in a passage given.

Passage was regarding fossil Fuel and Solar energy.

Next was given a passage regarding racial discrimination (blacks) prevailing in America. There were 5 Qs like - suggest the title for the passage?

Tips:

1. GRE Barron will be helpful.

2. Be very much concerned for time. ( I was not able to attempt passage properly)

2. Quantitative Aptitude: (40 min 36 Qs)

1. A series question. Very simple as 16 19 15 ? 14 21 (don?t remember exactly)

2. ACUTE is coded as ZBTSD then DMFBS stand for. ANS: CLEAR

3. In the following string find the occurrences of F followed by U but that is not followed by R.

U F R U F D D Y W Z U U F F...............

4. WHAT IS THE LARGEST PRIME NO THAT IS STORED IN 6

BIT PATTERN.

5.WHICH WILL GIVE GOOD STANDARD DEVIATION

1. (7,0,-7,0,7) 2. (7,-7,7,-7,7) 3. (1,0,-1,0,1)

6. WHICH IS NOT A SIDE OF A RECTANGULAR

1. (2m, 3m, 4m ) 2. (3m, 4m, 7m ) 3. (3m, 5m, 9m )

7.WHICH SHAPE WILL BE OBTAINED BY USING THESE VALUES

OF X ,Y

X Y

0 0.00001

10 1.02

100 1.72

1000 3.00

9999 4.72

8. WHICH EQUATION THAT BEST SUITS THIS CURVE A LINE CUTS X AT -1 WHEN Y=0 AND X=0 WHEN Y=3 AND GOES UPWARD

9. A MAN , WOMAN AND A BOY JOINDLY DID A JOB IN 6

DAYS. A MAN ALONE FINISHES IN 10 DAYS, A WOMEN ALONE

FINISH IN 24 DAYS. THEN HOW MANY DAYS THE BOY CAN

TAKE TO FINSH?

10. FOR TEMPERATURE A FUNCTION IS GIVEN ACCORDING TO

TIME : ((t**2)/6) + 4t +12 WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE RISE OR FALL BETWEEN 6.PM TO 9 PM

11. AN AEROPLANE STARTS FROM A (SOME LATITUDE IS GIVEN

ACCORDING TO PLACE)AT 2 AM LOCAL TIME TO B(SOME LATITUDE). TRAVELLLING TIME IS 10 HOURS. WHAT IS THE LOCAL TIME OF B WHEN IT REACHES B.

12. A FILE IS TRANSFERRED FROM A PLACE TO ADESTINATION CAPABLE OF 10 KB. THEY GIVEN SOME RATE OF TRANSFER. U HAVE FIND A EQUATION THAT BEST SUIT THIS.

13. IN A PLANAR CUBE , THE NO. OF VERTICES, NO OF EDGES AND NO OF FACES ARE

1. 6, 6, 6 2. 4, 8, 12 3. 8, 12, 6 4.........

14. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF

M(373, 7) + R(6.8) -T(3.4) + R( 3.4)

M- MODULAS R- ROUNDOFF T- TRUNCATE

15. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF

#%#(5) + %%#(9)

WHERE % - square root #- Square

16. MATCH THE FOLLOWING (Don?t remember exactly but problem model is important) A B

1. SENTENCE, PARAGRAPH 1. TYPE OF

2. BASMATI, WHEAT 2. A PART OF

3. BROTHER, SISTER 3. NOT A TYPE OF

4. BREIGAL, DOG 4. SIBLING

17. G (0) =1 G (1)= -1 IF G (N)=G (N-1) + G(N-2) THEN WHAT IS THE VALUE OF G (6)?

18. A 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

B 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

C 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

Then find the decimal equivalent of ( A U B ) ∩ C.

19. THREE Schemes in a bank independently gives savings 10%, 20%, 25%. WHAT WILL BE THE NET SAVING if they are applied together?

20. WHICH ONE WILL BE THE EXACT POWER OF 3

(i) 2768 (ii) 2678 (III) 2187 (IV) ?

21 A power unit is there by the bank of the river 750 mts. A cable is made from power unit to power a plant opposite to that of the river at 1500mts. The cost of the cable below water is Rs. 15/- per meter ansd cost of cable on the bank is Rs. 12/- per meter. Then where they will cut

22. ODD MAN OUT

1.JAVA 2.SMALLTALK 3.LISP 4.EIFFEL 5. C++

23. WHICH IS THE equation for given line among the 5

1. 2x +3y=4 2. x + y= -1 3. Y=2x+ 3

24. In which of the system 384 is equal to 1234?

1. base 5 2. base 6 3. base 7 4. base 8 5. base 9

25. The size of a program is N. And the memory occupied by the program is given by M = square root of 100N. If the size of the program is increased by 1% then how much memory now occupied?

26. which of the following equations of line are orthogonal.

27. Calculate last address of array element column major A[2,3], array size A[7,9], each element occupies 8 bytes. Start address is 3000.

28. (force * velocity)/ (mass * acceleration) =

1. Velocity 2.time 3. Acceleration 4.momentum

29. In the word ?unimpressive? if we change 1st & 2nd, 3rd & 4th, so on then will be 10th letter from right?

Rest one I don?t remember.

Then three Questions on VENN DIAGRAM below

31. HOW MANY PERSON play cricket

32. HOW MUCH % OF PEOPLE play ALL THE 3 games

33. HOW MUCH % OF PEOPLE THOSE WHO play cricket AND football but not basketball

Then three Questions on bar chart and pie chart (refer GRE BARRON).

3. Critical Reasoning: (30 min 12 Qs)

1. A six floor building is given .there are 7 or 8 people .each floor contain two apartments. In each apart there can be at most 2 persons. Some Conditions are given as A is two floors above C and his room mate. Etc. We have to determine the person what floors they are staying (REFERENCE 12 TH BARRON)

2. A and B are working at some place and are also the foreign agents of country C or D. It takes 4 days for docs to reach C and 5 to reach D. A stole a document on 19th and 22nd Oct. B stole a document on 21st Oct. They both mat for lunch on 20th Oct. An agent of One country could not directly sent doc to another country on this based three questions were asked like if A worked for C then in how many days D will receive a document.

3. I don?t remember.

Then we were given a blue form to fill which we were required to fill and bring next at the time of Interview which was scheduled at 9:15 A.M.

28th Aug 2004

Technical round: Members of my panel were really cool. After greeting they asked me to describe myself (educations especially).All the projects were discussed in detailed. Algorithms used in projects. In V.B. do the function Validate gets executed first or lost focus. Which java server did you used?

They also asked about my hobbies? The games I like to play? Why do you want to join TCS? Why TCS has been in news nearly for last one month? Where do you see yourself in 3-5 years? What do you like at TCS? The environment do you like to work? What was your position in class? You had such good %age in your MCA then why so less in graduation? Do you know anything about TCS? What do you mean by CMM level 5?

Do you know we have a bond of 2 years and we can send you to any of our centers if you got selected? Do you have any problem in that? We also have a medical round if some one is not able to clear our offer would be canceled?

Do you have any questions? I asked that what are there future plans to achieve there mission ?To be under global top 10 till 2010?.

HR round: Here I was asked two physics Questions which I was not able to answer. Then they asked about my on year gap in studies. Algorithm used in my final semester project. My family business. What are the by-products of sugar? we have a bond of 2 years and we can send you to any of our centers if you got selected it is not that if we are having test conducted at Lucknow center so you will be offered to work here. Do you have any problem in that?

Best of luck to all of us

The test was divided in three sections as:

1. Verbal reasoning (20 min - 32 Qs )

2. Quantitative aptitude (40 min ? 36 Qs) 3. Critical reasoning (30 min - 3 passages - 12 Qs)

No Sectional Cut off.

No Negative Marks.

No Psychometric Test was there for us.

Appearance of Psychometric means you cleared the test.

1. Verbal reasoning: (20 min 32 Qs)

Antonyms and Synonyms: (20) (I don?t remember which were for antonyms and which were for synonym)

1. Voluble

2. Antithesis

3. Terse

4. Wily

5. Effrontery

6. Claustrophobia

7. Intransigence

8. Nettle

9. Garrulous

10. Bombastic

11. Dissonance

12. Confiscate

13. Irascible

14. Reprove

15. Obfuscate

Next was fill lines in the gaps: (7 Qs)

There were 7 gaps to be filled in with lines in a passage given.

Passage was regarding fossil Fuel and Solar energy.

Next was given a passage regarding racial discrimination (blacks) prevailing in America. There were 5 Qs like - suggest the title for the passage?

Tips:

1. GRE Barron will be helpful.

2. Be very much concerned for time. ( I was not able to attempt passage properly)

2. Quantitative Aptitude: (40 min 36 Qs)

1. A series question. Very simple as 16 19 15 ? 14 21 (don?t remember exactly)

2. ACUTE is coded as ZBTSD then DMFBS stand for. ANS: CLEAR

3. In the following string find the occurrences of F followed by U but that is not followed by R.

U F R U F D D Y W Z U U F F...............

4. WHAT IS THE LARGEST PRIME NO THAT IS STORED IN 6

BIT PATTERN.

5.WHICH WILL GIVE GOOD STANDARD DEVIATION

1. (7,0,-7,0,7) 2. (7,-7,7,-7,7) 3. (1,0,-1,0,1)

6. WHICH IS NOT A SIDE OF A RECTANGULAR

1. (2m, 3m, 4m ) 2. (3m, 4m, 7m ) 3. (3m, 5m, 9m )

7.WHICH SHAPE WILL BE OBTAINED BY USING THESE VALUES

OF X ,Y

X Y

0 0.00001

10 1.02

100 1.72

1000 3.00

9999 4.72

8. WHICH EQUATION THAT BEST SUITS THIS CURVE A LINE CUTS X AT -1 WHEN Y=0 AND X=0 WHEN Y=3 AND GOES UPWARD

9. A MAN , WOMAN AND A BOY JOINDLY DID A JOB IN 6

DAYS. A MAN ALONE FINISHES IN 10 DAYS, A WOMEN ALONE

FINISH IN 24 DAYS. THEN HOW MANY DAYS THE BOY CAN

TAKE TO FINSH?

10. FOR TEMPERATURE A FUNCTION IS GIVEN ACCORDING TO

TIME : ((t**2)/6) + 4t +12 WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE RISE OR FALL BETWEEN 6.PM TO 9 PM

11. AN AEROPLANE STARTS FROM A (SOME LATITUDE IS GIVEN

ACCORDING TO PLACE)AT 2 AM LOCAL TIME TO B(SOME LATITUDE). TRAVELLLING TIME IS 10 HOURS. WHAT IS THE LOCAL TIME OF B WHEN IT REACHES B.

12. A FILE IS TRANSFERRED FROM A PLACE TO ADESTINATION CAPABLE OF 10 KB. THEY GIVEN SOME RATE OF TRANSFER. U HAVE FIND A EQUATION THAT BEST SUIT THIS.

13. IN A PLANAR CUBE , THE NO. OF VERTICES, NO OF EDGES AND NO OF FACES ARE

1. 6, 6, 6 2. 4, 8, 12 3. 8, 12, 6 4.........

14. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF

M(373, 7) + R(6.8) -T(3.4) + R( 3.4)

M- MODULAS R- ROUNDOFF T- TRUNCATE

15. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF

#%#(5) + %%#(9)

WHERE % - square root #- Square

16. MATCH THE FOLLOWING (Don?t remember exactly but problem model is important) A B

1. SENTENCE, PARAGRAPH 1. TYPE OF

2. BASMATI, WHEAT 2. A PART OF

3. BROTHER, SISTER 3. NOT A TYPE OF

4. BREIGAL, DOG 4. SIBLING

17. G (0) =1 G (1)= -1 IF G (N)=G (N-1) + G(N-2) THEN WHAT IS THE VALUE OF G (6)?

18. A 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

B 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

C 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

Then find the decimal equivalent of ( A U B ) ∩ C.

19. THREE Schemes in a bank independently gives savings 10%, 20%, 25%. WHAT WILL BE THE NET SAVING if they are applied together?

20. WHICH ONE WILL BE THE EXACT POWER OF 3

(i) 2768 (ii) 2678 (III) 2187 (IV) ?

21 A power unit is there by the bank of the river 750 mts. A cable is made from power unit to power a plant opposite to that of the river at 1500mts. The cost of the cable below water is Rs. 15/- per meter ansd cost of cable on the bank is Rs. 12/- per meter. Then where they will cut

22. ODD MAN OUT

1.JAVA 2.SMALLTALK 3.LISP 4.EIFFEL 5. C++

23. WHICH IS THE equation for given line among the 5

1. 2x +3y=4 2. x + y= -1 3. Y=2x+ 3

24. In which of the system 384 is equal to 1234?

1. base 5 2. base 6 3. base 7 4. base 8 5. base 9

25. The size of a program is N. And the memory occupied by the program is given by M = square root of 100N. If the size of the program is increased by 1% then how much memory now occupied?

26. which of the following equations of line are orthogonal.

27. Calculate last address of array element column major A[2,3], array size A[7,9], each element occupies 8 bytes. Start address is 3000.

28. (force * velocity)/ (mass * acceleration) =

1. Velocity 2.time 3. Acceleration 4.momentum

29. In the word ?unimpressive? if we change 1st & 2nd, 3rd & 4th, so on then will be 10th letter from right?

Rest one I don?t remember.

Then three Questions on VENN DIAGRAM below

31. HOW MANY PERSON play cricket

32. HOW MUCH % OF PEOPLE play ALL THE 3 games

33. HOW MUCH % OF PEOPLE THOSE WHO play cricket AND football but not basketball

Then three Questions on bar chart and pie chart (refer GRE BARRON).

3. Critical Reasoning: (30 min 12 Qs)

1. A six floor building is given .there are 7 or 8 people .each floor contain two apartments. In each apart there can be at most 2 persons. Some Conditions are given as A is two floors above C and his room mate. Etc. We have to determine the person what floors they are staying (REFERENCE 12 TH BARRON)

2. A and B are working at some place and are also the foreign agents of country C or D. It takes 4 days for docs to reach C and 5 to reach D. A stole a document on 19th and 22nd Oct. B stole a document on 21st Oct. They both mat for lunch on 20th Oct. An agent of One country could not directly sent doc to another country on this based three questions were asked like if A worked for C then in how many days D will receive a document.

3. I don?t remember.

Then we were given a blue form to fill which we were required to fill and bring next at the time of Interview which was scheduled at 9:15 A.M.

28th Aug 2004

Technical round: Members of my panel were really cool. After greeting they asked me to describe myself (educations especially).All the projects were discussed in detailed. Algorithms used in projects. In V.B. do the function Validate gets executed first or lost focus. Which java server did you used?

They also asked about my hobbies? The games I like to play? Why do you want to join TCS? Why TCS has been in news nearly for last one month? Where do you see yourself in 3-5 years? What do you like at TCS? The environment do you like to work? What was your position in class? You had such good %age in your MCA then why so less in graduation? Do you know anything about TCS? What do you mean by CMM level 5?

Do you know we have a bond of 2 years and we can send you to any of our centers if you got selected? Do you have any problem in that? We also have a medical round if some one is not able to clear our offer would be canceled?

Do you have any questions? I asked that what are there future plans to achieve there mission ?To be under global top 10 till 2010?.

HR round: Here I was asked two physics Questions which I was not able to answer. Then they asked about my on year gap in studies. Algorithm used in my final semester project. My family business. What are the by-products of sugar? we have a bond of 2 years and we can send you to any of our centers if you got selected it is not that if we are having test conducted at Lucknow center so you will be offered to work here. Do you have any problem in that?

Best of luck to all of us

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