**Campus Recruitment – Placement Paper – 1**

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**QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE**

1) A train running at a speed of 90 km/hr crosses a platform double of its length in 36 sec. What is the length of platform in meters?

a) 450 mt b) 200 mt c) 300 mt d) Can’t be determined e) None of these

2) ‘A’ can finish a work in 32 days and ’B’ can do the same work in half the time taken by ’A’. Then working together what part of the same work they can finish in a day?

3) The owner of an electronic shop charges his customer 24% more than the cost price. If a customer paid Rs 10080 for a TV set, then what was the cost price of the TV set?

a) Rs 8119 b) Rs 8129 c) Rs 8250

d) Rs 8139 e) None of these

4) What would be the simple interest obtained on an

amount of Rs 12690 at the rate of 6% per annum for 3 years?

a) Rs 2423.40 b) Rs 2233.40 c) Rs 2284.20

d) Rs 2525 e) None of these

5) Find the compound interest on Rs 8000 at 5% per annum for 3 years compounded annually?

a) Rs 1261 b) Rs 6261 c) Rs 9261

d) Rs 8261 e) None of these

6) 6 same type of machines can produce a total of 270 bottles per minute. How many bottles are produced by the 10 machines in four minutes of time?

a) 648 b) 1800 c) 2700 d) 10800 e) None

7) Find the least perfect square number which is divisible by 8,15 and 24.

a) 3600 b) 360 c) 6400 d) 64 e) None

8) A person had a rectangular shaped garden with sides of 16 feet and 9 feet. The garden was changed into a square with the same area as the original rectangular- shaped garden. How many feet in length is each of the sides of the new square shaped garden?

a) 7 b) 9 c) 12 d) 55 e) 16

9) The average of five consecutive numbers A, B, C, D and E is 48. What is the product of A and E?

a) 2162 b) 2208 c) 2024 d) 2300 e) None

10) A, B and C enter into a partnership. A contributes Rs. 2400 for 6 months. ‘B’ contributes Rs.7200 for 2 months and ‘C’ contributes Rs.3500 for 7 months. If the total profit be Rs.1250, what is A’s share in the profit?

a) 121 b) 112 c) 111 d) 122 e) None

11) At what time between 2 O’clock and 3 O’clock the two hands coincide?

12) Find the mean proportion of 45 and 405.

a) 9 b) 15 c) 90 d) 135 e) None

13) Find the cost of running a fence round a square field 49284 m² in the area of Rs.3 per meter.

a) 2614 b) 2714 c) 2914 d) 2664 e) None

Directions (14 to 17): Following table gives the production of computers of six companies A, B, C, D, E and F over the years.

14) What is the ratio of the total production of

companies B, C and E together in 2006 to the total production of companies A, C and D together in 2008?

a) 10 :11 b) 11 :10 c) 27: 31

d) 55 : 56 e) None (Asked in Infosys)

15) What is the approximate percentage decrease in production of computers of company D from 2006 to 2009?

a) 10% b) 90% c) 40% d) 45% e) 30%

16) What is the average production of computers of company E over the year?

a) 106 b) 10000 c) 132 d) 106000 e) None of these

17) The production of F in 2010 is the same as the production of B in the year,

a) 2009 b) 2006 c) 2008 d) 2005 e) None of these

18) The sum of a number and its reciprocal is 13/6 Find the numbers?

19) You and 3 of your friends go to an amusement park. How many ways can you stand in line to buy tickets for the rides? (Asked in IBM)

a) 24 b) 6 c) 4 d) 3 e) None of these

20) There were 52 entries for the campus recruitment. In how many ways could the first, second and third positions are placed?

a) 52+51+50 b) 1 x 2 x 3 c) 1+2+3

d) 52 x 51 x 50 e) None of these

21) Rolling a dice once. Find the probability rolling an even number.

Directions (22-23): Read the following question and the conclusions that follow and answer as

a: If statement-1 alone is sufficient, but statement-2

alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

b: If statement-2 alone is sufficient, but statement-1

alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

c: Both statement-1 and 2 together are sufficient to

answer the question, but neither of the statement alone

is sufficient to answer.

d: If both statements alone are sufficient to answer the question.

e: If statement-1 and 2 together are not sufficient to answer the question asked, and additional data specifics are needed.

22) What is the value of two digit integer x?

Statement-1: The product of the two digits is 14.

Statement-2: x is divisible by 9.

23) If x + y = 6, then what do (x-y) equal to?

Statement-1: x²-y² = 12

Statement-2: 2y + x = 8

24) In the given figure below, the circle centered at B is internally tangent to the circle centered at A. The smaller circle passes through the center of the larger circle and the length of ‘AB’ is 5 units.

If the smaller circle is cut out from larger circle, how much of the area, in square units, of the larger circle will remain?

25) What is the next term in the series?

**LOGICAL REASONING**

Directions(Q.no:26-27): Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank space.

26) 63, 71, 79, 95, 111, 135____

a) 165 b) 156 c) 159 d) 164 e) 176

27) 57, 77.5,100,124.5,___, 179.5

a) 151 b) 148.5 c) 138.5 d) 158.5 e) 161

28) If ‘STUDENT’ is coded as 25-26-1-4-11-20-26, then how the word ‘GROUPS’ is coded?

a) 13-24-21-27-22-25 b) 13-23-24-27-22-25

c) 13-21-24-27-22-25 d) 13-20-21-26-22-25

e) None of these

29) If in a certain code language,

‘tin gil mig’ means ‘Well Played Player’;

‘zin mig fut’ means ’Excellent score well’;

‘keo fut fin’ means ’Score card player’.

Which word in that language means ’played’?

a) tin b) mig c)fut d) gil e) zin

30) One evening in the park, I started my walk towards east, after walking 65 meters I turned my left and walked about 40 meters then I turned to my right and walked 30 meters. From there I turned again to my right and walked 73 meters. Finally I turned to left at an angle of 45°. In which direction was I moving finally?

a) North-West b) North-East c) South-East

d) South-West e) South

31) Looking at a portrait of a man, Rajesh said, “His mother is the wife of my father’s son. Brothers and sisters I have none”. At whose portrait was Rajesh looking?

a) His son b) His cousin c) His uncle

d) His nephew e) None of these

32) P x Q means P is the sister of Q;

P + Q means P is the father of Q;

P – Q means P is the mother of Q.

Which of the following means S is the aunt of T ?

a) TxM+S b) S+TxM c) SxM + T

d) SXM +R— T e) None of these.

33) Statements: Some cups are plates.

Some plates are spoons.

Conclusions: I. No spoon is cup.

II. Some cups are spoons.

a) Only (I) follow

b) Only (II) follow

c) Either (I) or (II) follow

d) Neither (I)nor(II) follow

e) Both (I) and (II) follow

34) Statements: All white are yellow.

All yellow are pink.

Conclusions:

I. Some yellow are white.

II. Some pink are not white.

III. All white is pink.

a)Only (I) and (II) follow

b) Only (II) and (III) follow

c) Only (I) and (III) follow

d) (I), (II) and (III) follow

e) None of these

35) Statements: Some shoes are socks.

All socks are footwear.

Conclusions:

I. Some footwear are not shoes.

II. Some footwear are shoes.

III. No shoes are socks.

a) Only (I) follow b) Only (II) follow

c) Only (I) and (II) follow d) (I), (II) and (III) follow e) None of these

36) If x means ÷,÷ means +, – means x, + means -. Then

84 + 36 – 20 x 5 ÷ 6 =?

37) If – means x, x means +,÷ means -,+ means ÷

242÷75 + 25 – 64 x 2 = ?

Directions(38-41): Read the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Vinod, a businessman sitting with his family members around a circular table facing the center. Names of his family members are Jennifer, Shyamala, Shashank, and Suma. They did not sit in the same order. Suma is immediate neighbor of Shyamala but not Jennifer. Jennifer is not neighbor of either Shashank or Suma. Shashank is immediate right of Vinod and second left of Shyamala.

38) Who is the immediate left of Vinod?

a) Jennifer b) Shashank c) Shyamala

d) Suma e) Cannot be determined

39) Which of the following person sits second left or Suma?

a) Shyamala b) Vinod c) Jennifer

d) Shashank e) No one

40) Who sits between Shyamala and Vinod?

a) Suma b) Shashank c) Jennifer

d) Shyamala e) Vinod

41) If we interchange the positions of Jennifer, Shashank and Suma, Shyamala then which of the following person sits 3rd right of Vinod?

a) Jennifer b) Shyamala c) Shashank

d) Suma e) Cannot be determined

42) Find the figure from the Answer set (i.e., figs, a, b, c, d and e) which will continue the series given in the problem figure set (i.e., figs. A, B, C, D and E).

43) Find the figure from the answer set (i.e., figs, a, b, c, d and e) which will continue the pattern given in the problem figures set (i.e. figs. A, B, C, D and E).

44)In the following figure, each element has a pair. The first element is related to the second element in the same particular manner. Find out which element doesn’t have the same relationship. (Asked in Infosys)

45) The following problem figures has four sets labeled A, B, C, and D. In these A, B, C, D one figure contains a question mark. Select a suitable figure from the answer set which will substitute this question mark so that a series is formed by the figures A, B, C, and D taken in order. The number of the selected figure is the answer.

46)Count the number of cubes in the given figure.

Directions (Q.no: 47-48): Each questions given below has a problem and two statements numbered (I) and (II) giving certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem. Indicate your answer as

a: if the data in statement-(I) alone is sufficient to answer the question;

b: if the data in statement-(II) alone is sufficient to answer the question.

c: if the data either in statement-(I) or (II) alone are sufficient to answer the question;

d: if the data even in both the statements together are not sufficient to answer the question;

e: if the data in both the statements together are needed

47) Who is the brother of Nikhil?

Statement-I: Akhila is sister of Sumanth.

Statement-II: Nikhil is son of Sumanth’s father’s wife.

48) Among four friends Ramu, Raghu, Srinu, Rajesh, who is the tallest?

Statement-I: Raghu is taller than Srinu but shorter that Ramu.

Statement-II: Rajesh is not tallest.

49) I born on 08-05-1986. My brother birthday will come after 12 days of my birthday but next year to my birth year. On which day my brother bom?

a) Wednesday b) Monday c) Sunday

d) Saturday e) Friday

50) Rupesh is thrice as old as his brother Krishna. Four years ago, he was four times as old as Krishna. How old is Rupesh now?

a) 30 b) 36 c) 40 d) 38 e) 46

51) Choose the correct alternative from the given options which has same relation as the given numbers. 8 : 40 :: 16 : ?

a) 86 b) 140 c) 144 d) 96 e) 100

52) Pravallika is studying class-X in Nagarjuna high school. The total number of students in her class is 43. If all the students are given ranks starting from 1 based on a class test, the rank of Pravallika is 17th from top, then what is her rank from bottom?

a) 26 b) 24 c) 25 d) 27 e) Can’t be determined

53) Examine the given statements carefully and find out which two of the statements cannot be true simultaneously, but can both be false.

1) All students are intelligent.

2) Some students are intelligent.

3) No student is intelligent.

4) Some students are not intelligent.

a) 1 and 2 b) 2 and 4 c) 1 and 4 d) 1 and 3 e) All are true

Directions (Q.no: 54-55): In each question given below a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered (I) and (II). You have to consider the statement and the assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit and give answer as

a: Only assumption-(I) is implicit,

b: Only assurnption-(II) is implicit,

c: Either assumption-(I) or (II) is implicit,

d: Neither assumption-(I) nor (II) is implicit,

e: Both assumption-(I) and (II) are implicit.

54) Statement: “The school admissions will open on 12th June, but there is no problem even if you join till 20th June”.

Assumptions: I. The admissions will be continued even after 20th June.

II. The admissions may not even opened by start time.

55) Statement: Employees, who get increment, usually work better”, a note by the chief minister to the state government department heads in a meeting.

Assumptions: I. Some departments do not give increment to its employees.

II. Department heads may follow chief minister’s advice.

56) How many pairs of letters are there in the word ‘FRIENDSHIP’ which have as many letters between them in the word as in..the English alphabet?

a) 3 b) 2 c) 5 d) 6 e) None

**VERBAL ABILITY**

Find out the error, if any, in the following sentences and mark the letter of that part of the sentence; if no error is found, mark ‘e’.

57) Three hundred (a)/ youths (b)/are held (c) for late night party in Pune, (d)/ No error (e).

58) O.U is one of the six universities (a)/ in the country (b)/ which has bagged (c)/ a coveted status during the XI plan, (d)/ No error (e).

59) Sandeep Patil, former India all-rounder, (a)/has been appointed as (b)/ chairman of the senior selection committee (c)/ for a maximum period of 4 years to be renewed by the BCCI (d)/No error (e).

60) Sachin can skip the odd tournament, (a)/ junk the pointless one day series (b)/ and will preserve himself (c)/ for the better contests, (d)/ No error (e).

61) Coconut water is always (a)/ preferable than (b)/ coke or (c)/ any other soft drink, (d)/ No error (e).

62) Hundreds of people (a)/ died in the earth quake (b)/ that occurred (c)/ in Japan recently, (d)/ No error (e)

63) Before giving (a)/ milk to baby, (b)/ it should be (c)/ properly boiled (d)/ No error (e).

64) The political parties (a)/ are just playing a big game

(b) / of blaming each other (c)/ in regard to Telangana issue, (d)/ No error (e).

65) The President and chairman (a)/ of the college (b)/ visit (c)/ the hostels tomorrow, (d)/ No error (e).

66) Sri Krishna committee (a)/ comprises of (b)/ many members (c)/ from different fields, (d)/ No error (e).

67) The Ambanies (a)/ are separated (b)/ and got united

(c) / for the development of their business (d)/ no error.

68) Team India have played (a)/ wonderfully (b)/ under the captaincy of M.S. Dhoni (c)/ in many a match, (d)/ No error (e).

Find the antonyms of the words underlined in the sentences given below with the help of the choices.

69) Full moon **enhances** your qualities,

a) heightens b) dwindles

c) encourages d) impairs

70) Monsoon brings in bucket full of **woes** to the city dwellers.

a) tribulations b) opportunities

c) wishes d) problems

71) High cost of the buses **seldom** deters the travelers from buying tickets in the last moment.

a) usually b) repeatedly

c) often d) rarely

72) Anjali, Sachin’s wife is___ him by four years.

The appropriate comparative degree in the blank is

a) elder than b) elder to

c) older than d) older to

73) Which of the following sentences is an appropriate expression –

a) Cuba declares Good Friday a holiday at Pope’s request.

b) Cuba declares Good Friday as a holiday at Pope’s request.

c) Cuba has declared Good Friday as a holiday at the request of Pope.

d) Cuba has declared Good Friday as the holiday at the request of die Pope.

74) On the eve of Republic day last year, an additional district collector ___alive by a gang.Which of the following verb forms fits in the blank? a) was burnt b) had burnt c) has been burnt d) had been burnt

75) The adjective and the adverb forms of the word-

‘fast’ respectively are

a) fast- fastly b) fastness- fastly

c) fast- fast d) fastly- fast

76) Have you seen the film Titanic in 3D?

The best reply would be a) Yes, I have b) No, I didn’t

c) No, I had not seen d) Yes, I had

77) It’s high time that we had our lunch.

What can be inferred from the above sentence?

a) They had their lunch already.

b) Since it is already late they wish to have their lunch immediately.

c) It is a very long time since they had their lunch.

d) None of the above.

78) Gabber Singh’s uniform offends Police officers. Complete the sentence with the right question tag-

a) does it? b) doesn’t it?

c) hasn’t it? d) won’t it?

Find out the appropriate meaning for the ‘idioms’ and ‘phrases’ in the sentences from the answer choices given below.

79) Business people and politicians are the best examples for **getting along with** anybody when the situation demands.

a) Creating enmity b) Finding friendship c) Criticizing d) Fighting

80) Some film stars **get around** paying taxes through their unscrupulous accountants. (Asked in TCS)

a) Try to avoid taxes c) Try to influence the officials

b) Honestly pay taxes d) Try to bribe the officials

81) Rohit Sharma **set the Thames on fire** in the 2nd ODI match between India and Australia.

a) performed outstandingly b) performed dismally

c) behaved aggressively d) behaved humorously

e) all of the above

82) Many youths, studying engineering, do not hesitate

**to roll in money**. (Asked in AAI)

a) spend lavishly b) be luxurious

c) adore money d) borrow money irresponsibly

83) Air India pilots have **put off** their strike indefinitely.

a) can celled b) advanced c) prolonged d) postponed

Find out the correct prepositions of the following sentences-

84) The Vice-Chancellors will be asked to prevent political tensions_____the campuses in the state.

a) in b) at c) on d) of

85) Oil and other commodity markets zoomed____ stratospheric heights.

a) to b) at c) in d) for

86) Miami University conferred honorary doctorate ___the Oscar winning musician A.R. Rahman.

a) on b) for c) at d) to

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