Company: iGATE Global Solutions Limited

iGate Paper on 4 December 2010 @ Vel MultiTech, Chennai

1) Written test (verbal- 20 questions, quantitative- 30 questions) time limit-1 hour,

2) Technical HR-1

3) Technical HR-2

4) HR

Some questions which i recollect are. But i can’t recall the questions.

1) Two age problem will come, for 1 ques ans is 35 years.

2) Answer west. (Question name is stands in lef leg for 33) and the next questions it is 2.
Ans: East

3) In relation question they ask which is wrong one. Answer is 1st option ( instead of grand mother they mention it as grand father)

4) 7a-3b=40 and 7b-3a=42,
Find a-b.

5) If the sides of the rectangle increases by 10%, find the increased area.

6) Meaning of apposite

7) They will ask 2 questions in figures and 2 in syllogism, 2 in work, 2 in odd man out easy only.
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Question paper consists of 2 parts

Analytical skills: 20 questions, 20 mins
C Skills: 30 quesitons, 30 mins

Analytical:

1) Complete the diagram:

Four figure will be given, you have to draw the final one

Triangle figure

2) Draw venn diagram relating rhombus, quadrilateral & polygon

3) In a group of 5 persons A, B, C, D, E one of the person is advogate, one is doctor, one business man, one shopkeeper and one is professor.

There of them A,C and professor prefer playing Cricket to foot ball and two of them B and businessman prefer playing foot ball to Cricket. The shop keeper and B and A are friends but two of these prefer playing foot ball to cricket. The advogate is C’s brother and both play same game. The docotor and e play cricket.

A, B, C, D

b) Who is shop keeper?
A, B, C, D

c) Which of the following group include presons who like playing cricket but doesn’t inculde professor?
AB, BC, CD, None
d) who is doctor?
A, B, C, D

(same model problem was aksed in question paper but professions will be different such as horticulturist, physicst, journalist, advocate and other one. Instead of football and cricket they will give Tea and Coffee)

4. They will give some condition’s and asked ot find out farthest city in the west (Easy one)?

5. Travelling sales man problem.

Some condition will be given we have to find out the order of station the sales man moves

Sales man moves

(Three questions)

6. +,-,*, /, will be given different meaning
Example: Take + as* and so on.
They will give expression and we have to finf the value of that.

7. 3+5-2 =4
Which has to be interchange to get the result?

8. We don’t no exact problem.
Ex: 8A3B5C7D.

A will given + sign.
B will be given -sign

Find the value of expression?

9. Find the total number of squares in 1/4 of chess board?

10. 6 face of a cube are painted in a manner, no 2 adjacent face have same colour. Three colurs used Red, Blue and Green. Cube is cut in to 36 smaller cube in such a manner that 32 cubes are of one size and rest of them bigger size and each bigger side have no Red side. Following this three questions will be asked.
(In questions paper colors will be different)

11. Two ladies, two men sit in north east west south position of rectancular table. Using clues identify their position?
12. Clock problem.
(one question)

13. All men are vertebrate.
Some mammals are men.
Conclude.

C skills

1. find(int x,int y)
{ return ((x call find(a,find(a,b)) use to find
(a) maximum of a,b
(b) minimum of a,b
(c) positive difference of a,b
(d) sum of a,b
2. integer needs 2bytes , maximum value of an unsigned integer is
(a) { 2 power 16 } -1
(b) {2 power 15}-1
(c) {2 power16}
(d) {2 power 15}

3.y is of integer type then expression
3*(y-Cool/9 and (y-Cool/9*3 yields same value if
(a)must yields same value
(b)must yields different value
(c)may or may not yields same value
(d) none of the above

4. 5-2-3*5-2 will give 18 if
(a)- is left associative,* has precedence over –
(b) – is right associative,* has precedence over –
(c) – is right associative,- has precedence over *
(d)- is left associative,- has precedence over *

5. printf(“%f”, 9/5);
prints
(a) 1.8,
(b) 1.0,
(c) 2.0,
(d) none

6. if (a=7)
printf(” a is 7 “);
else
printf(“a is not 7”);
prints
(a) a is 7,
(b) a is not 7,
(c) nothing,
(d) garbage.

7. if (a>b)
if(b>c)
s1;
else s2;
s2 will be executed if
(a) a<= b, (b) b>c,
(c) b<=c and a<=b, (d) a>b and b<=c. 8. main() { inc(); ,inc(); , inc(); } inc() { static int x; printf("%d", ++x); } prints (a) 012, (b) 123, (c) 3 consecutive unprectiable numbers (d) 111. 9. preprocessing is done (a) either before or at begining of compilation process (b) after compilation before execution (c) after loading (d) none of the above. 10. printf("%d", sizeof("")); prints (a) error (b)0 (c) garbage (d) 1. 11.main() { int a=5,b=2; printf("%d", a+++b); } (a) results in syntax, (b) print 7, (c) print 8, (d) none, 12. process by which one bit patten in to another by bit wise operation is (a) masking, (b) pruning, (c) biting, (d) chopping, 13.value of automatic variable that is declared but not intialized will be (a) 0, (b) -1, (c) unpredictable, (d) none, 14. int v=3, *pv=&v; printf(" %d %d ", v,*pv); output will be (a) error (b) 3 address of v, (c) 3 3 (d) none. 15. declaration enum cities{bethlehem,jericho,nazareth=1,jerusalem} assian value 1 to (a) bethlehem (b) nazareth (c)bethlehem & nazareth (d)jericho & nazareth 16. #include #include void main() { char buffer[82]={80}; char *result; printf( "input line of text, followed by carriage return : "); result = cgets(buffer); printf("text=%s ",result); } (a) printf("length=%d",buffer[1]); (b) printf("length=%d",buffer[0]); (c) printf("length=%d",buffer[81]); (d) printf("length=%d",buffer[2]); 17. Consider scanf and sscanf function , which is true (a) no standard function called sscanf (b) sscanf(s,...) is equivalent to scanf(...) except that input charecter are taken from string s. (c) sscanf is equivalent to scanf. (d) none of above. 18. #include main() { char line[80]; scanf("%[^ ]",line); printf("%s",line); } what scanf do ? (a) compilation error . illegal format string. (b) terminates reading input into variable line. (c) and (d) other two options. 19. problem was big so i couldn’t remember . simple one. 20 . ceil(-2.Cool ? (a) 0 (b) -3.0 (c) -2.0 (d) 2 21. for( p=head; p!=null; p= p -> next)
free(p);

(a) program run smooth.
(b) compilation error.
(c) run time error.
(d) none of above.

22. int x[3][4] ={
{1,2,3},
{4,5,6},
{7,8,9}
}
(a) x[2][1] = x[2][2] =x[2][3] = 0
(b) value in fourth column is zero
(c) value in last row is zero
(d) none of above.

23. Problem was big so I couldn’t remember. Simple one.

24. main ()
{
printf(“%u” , main());
}
(a) print garbage.
(b) execution error
(c) printing of starting address of function main.
(d) infinite loop.

25 . int a, *b = &a, **c =&b;
….
….
…..
a=4;
** c= 5;

(a) doesnot change value of a
(b) assign address of c to a.
(c) assign value of b to a.
(d) assign 5 to a.

26. Problem was big so i couldn’t remember . simple one.

27. Problem was big so i couldn’t remember . simple one.

28. Answer : swapping of values .

29. Simple one.

30. i =5;
i= (++i)/(i++);
printf( “%d” , i);
prints ,
(a) 2
(b) 5
(c) 1
(d) 6