Campus Recruitment – Placement Paper – 2
Refer the figure given below to answer the following questions:
Expenditure of two families in rupees.
1) How much expenditure on food of the family-A is more than the expenditure on rent?
a) Rs.100 b) Rs.140 c) Rs.120 d) Rs.90 e) None
2)From family-A to B, the increase in expenditure on clothes was about what percent of the total increase of expenditure?
3)On which commodity the expenditure of family B is same as the expenditure on clothes of the family A?
a) Savings b) Clothes c) Miscellaneous
d) Education e) Rent
4)What is the saving of the family B?
a) Rs 120 b) Rs 125 c)Rs250 d) Rs 150 e) Rs 115
5)There are 25 mathematics books and 24 physics books in a library shelf. In how many ways we can choose one mathematics and one physics book?
6)How many permutations are there of the letters of the word “ENGLISH”? (Asked in TCS)
a) 7 b)7! c) 7!/7 d)7/7! e) None
7)Suppose there are 4 red balls and 7 green balls – all identical in size, except for the color, as stated in the bag. You are asked to close your eyes and from the bag if you pick one ball, what is the probability that the ball is red?
a) 4/11 b)7/11 c)11!/4! d)11!/4 e) None
Directions (8 to 9): 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
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.
8)What is the value of x, if x and y are two distinct integers and their product is 30?
Statement-1: x is an odd integer.
Statement-2: x > y.
9) If a, b are negative integers. Is a/b an integer?
Statement-1: a = 5; Statement-2: b = a
10) The first negative term in the series,
45, 41, 37, is (Asked in Hexaware)
a) 12 b)13 c) -3 d) -1 e) None
11) The average marks of 20 girls in a class is 80 and 30
boys is 70. Calculate the average marks of class room?
a) 25 b) 75 c) 76 d) 74 e) 150
12) The average age of a man & his son is 48 years. The ratio of their ages is 11 : 5. What will be the ratio of their ages after 6 years?
a) 6 : 5 b) 5 : 3 c) 4 : 3 d) 2 :1 e) None
13) A clock is started at noon. By 10 minutes past 5 O’clock, the hour hand has turned through?
a) 145° b) 150° c) 155° d) 160° e) 140°
14) How much water must be mixed to 21 liters of milk worth Rs.4.40 per liter so that the value of the mixture may be Rs. 3.30 per liter?
15) Find the cost of leveling a triangular plot whose sides are 30 m, 72 m and 78 m respectively at Rs. 5 per sq.meter. (Asked in CTS)
a) 5250 b) 5200 c) 5300 d) 5350 e) 5400
16) A train 200 meters long passes a pole in 20 secs. In how many seconds it will pass a bridge of 300 meters?
a) 20 secs b) 30 secs c) 40 secs d) 50 secs e) None
17) 6 boys can complete a piece of work in 16 hours. In how many hours will 8 boys complete the same piece of work?
a) 10 b) 8 c) 12 d) 14 e) None
18) By selling a horse for Rs.1080 a man loss 10%. At what price should we sell it in order to gain 15%?
a) 1380 b) 1200 c) 1300 d) 1134 e) 1280
19) A sum when reckoned the simple interest at per annum amounts to Rs. 364.80 after 4 years. Find the sum?
a) 320 b) 380 c) 325 d) 335 e) 340
20) Find the compound interest on Rs.4000 for 9 months at 6% per annum being given that the interest reckoned quarterly. (Asked in Accenture)
a) 182.71 b) 172.71 c) 192.71 d) 180 e) None
21) In a military camp there is a food for 150 men for 45 days. After 10 days, 25 men left the camp. The number of days for which the remaining food will last is?
a) 40 b) 41 c) 45 d) 42 e) 43
22) What is the area of the shaded region.
a) 314 ft b) 28.26 ft c) 286ft d)49 ft e) 91 ft
23) What is the least number which when divided by 9, 12, 28, 30 leaves 7 as remainder in each case?
a) 1267 b) 1260 c) 1253 d) 1246 e) 1274
24) The length and width of the rectangles are tripled and decreased by two meters respectively formed from the square. The resulting area is 108 square meters more than that of the original squares area. Find the side of the square.
a) 9 b) +8 c) +96 d)144 e) 64
25) Find the area of below figure:
a) 65 sqft b) 68 sqft c) 72 sq ft d) 70 sqft e) 74 sqft
Directions(26&27): Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill the blank space.
26) 8346579, 34657,_?__ 6
a) 102 b) 234 c) 802 d) 465 e) Cannot say
27) 13, 9,11, 8, 9, 8.5,10, 21,__?__.
a) 8 b) 9 c) 16.5 d) 15.5 e) 12
(Q.no: 28,29) In a certain code language,
‘jue niq tni sqo’ coded as ‘All boys are clever’,
’alq pin zoa xpn’ coded as ’Do good have best’,
‘niq sqo tlb pxp’ coded as ’All students are lazy’
’niq sld bpq tlb’ coded as ’Are some students nice’.
28) What is the code for the word ‘nice’?
a) niq b) sld c) bpq
d) either sld or bpq e) Cannot be determined
29) What is the code for the words ‘All are’.
a) sqo niq b) jue sqo c) tni sqo d) niq pxp e) None
30) Caleb Ronald is a business man living in Mumbai. One day he was going to his friend Vijay’s home by walk. He started his walk in the East direction from his home. After walking certain distance, he turned 180° anti-clockwise then he turned 45° clockwise, from there he turned 270° in the anti-clockwise direction. Finally he turned 45° in the same direction, then in this direction only he reached his friend’s home. What was his final direction?
a) North b) East c) South-East
d) North-East e) South – West
31) Sushmita has a brother Dheeraj. Sushmita is a daughter of Mr. Shyam Sundar. Dharmaiah is Shyam Sundar’s father. In terms of relationship, what is Dheeraj’s mother for Dharmaiah’s wife Susheela Devi?
a) Daughter b) Daughter-in-law c) Sister
d) Granddaughter e) Cannot be determined
32) Gopi’s mother is Sister of Vimala and daughter of Manisha. Susheela is daughter of Vimala and sister of Lavanya. How Manisha is related to Lavanya?
a) Granddaughter b) Daughter c) Grandmother
d) Sister e) None
Some mobiles are chocolates.
All chocolates are scales.
Conclusions: I. All scales are chocolates.
II. All mobiles are chocolates.
III. Some mobiles which are not chocolates are scales.
IV. Some scales are mobiles. ’
a) Only (II) follows b) Only (I) follows
c) Only (III) and (IV) follow d) Only (IV) follows
e) None of these
34) Statements: No Router is hub.
All hubs are switches.
Conclusions: I. No scale is Router
II.Some hubs are Routers.
a)Only (I) follows
b)Only (II) follows
c) Either (I) or (II) follow
d)Neither (I) nor (II) follow
e) Both (I) and (II) follow
35) Statements: Some pen drives are laptops.
Some laptops are hard disks.
No hard disk is white.
Conclusions: I. Some laptops are not white.
II. All laptops are not white.
III. Some laptops are white.
IV. Some pen drives are white.
a)Only (I) follows
b)Only (I) and (IV) follow
c) Only (I), (III) and (IV) follow .
d)Either (II) or (III) follow
e) None of these (Asked in Wipro)
36) If x means +, – means ÷, + means – and ÷ means x. Then find the value of (25 * 36 + 5 + 34 + 28 – 4).
a) 236 b) 164 c) 274 d) 184 e) 174
37) If – means ‘divided by’, + means ‘multiplied by’, ÷ means ‘minus’ and x means ‘plus’, which of the following will be the value of the expression,
24 x 3 + 36 – 6÷2 x 10 is
a) 60 b) 62 c) 50 d) 52 e) 72
Directions (38-39): Read the below information carefully and answer the questions that follow.
(i) A family with six persons namely Jhansi, Shruthi, Rajeshwari, Yashoda, Ramu and Sunny are sitting in a closed circle facing the centre.
(ii) Rajeshwari is to the left of Yashoda.
(iii) Ramu is between Jhansi and Shruthi.
(iv) Sunny is between Rajeshwari and Janshi.
38) Who is to the left of Sruthi?
a) Jhansi b) Ramu c) Yashoda
d) Rajeshwari e) None of these
39) Who is to the right of Ramu?
a) Jhansi b) Sruthi c) Yashoda
d) Rajeshwari e) None of these
40) Which of the above given statements is superfluous?
a) (i) b) (ii) c) (iii) d) (iv) e) None
41) Who is 3rd to the right of sunny?
a) Jhansi b) Ramu c) Rajeshwari
d) Sruthi e) None
42) Find the figure from the Answer set (i.e., fig F, G, H, I, J) which will continue the series given in the problem figure set (i.e., fig A, B, C, D, and E).
a) F b)G c) H
43) In the following figure, each element has a pair. The first element is related to the second element in a particular maimer. Find out which element does not have the same relationship.
44)In the following figure,complete the missing portion of the pattern by selecting from the given alternatives
45) What number is opposite to 5?
Directions (46 to 47): Each of the two questions given below has a problem and two statements numbered (I) and (II) giving certain information. You have to decide whether the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem or not. Indicate your answer as,
a: If the data in statement-(l) 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 is sufficient to answer the question;
d: If the data even in both the statements together are not sufficient to answer;
e: If the data in both the statements together are needed to answer the question.
46) On which day in May is my birthday?
Statement-I: I born exactly 15 years after my cousin Madhu was born.
Statement-II: My brother Madhu will be 36 years 6 months and 2 days on January 5 this year.
47) How many sisters does Jhansi has?
Statement-I: Jhansi’s mother has four children. Statement-II: Gowtham and Rupesh are elder and younger brothers of Jhansi respectively.
48) Which year will have the same calendar as 2086?
a) 2097 b) 2098 c) 2099 d) 3000 e) 2090
49) I have 24 mobiles in my shop. All but eight are not working properly. How many mobiles are working properly? (Asked in TCS)
a) 16 b) 17 c) 18 d) 8 e) 9
50) Choose the correct alternative from the given options which has same relation as the given numbers. 3684 : 21:: 3895 : ?
a) 28 b) 25 c) 26 d) 27 e) Can’t be determined
51) In the series:9 3 8 4 1 9 4 6 3 5 2 6 1 2 2 9 6 4 2 3; How many pairs of successive numbers have difference of 3 each? (Asked in Honeywell)
a) 5 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2 e) Only one pair
52)1. All the bikes are red
2. All the bikes are black.
3. Only some bikes are red.
4. No bike is black.
Assuming that the bikes can only be red or black, which of the two statements given above can both be true, but cannot both be false?
a) 1 and 3 b) 1 and 4 c) 2 and 3 d) 2 and 4 e) All are true
Directions (53-54): In each question below are given a statement followed by two course of actions numbered (I) and (II). You have to assume everything in the statement is to be true, then you have to decide which of the two suggested course of actions logically follows for pursuing. Give your answer as,
a: If only (I) follows
b: If only (II) follows
c: If either (I)or(II) follow
d: If neither (I)nor(II) follow
e: If both (I) and (II) follow
53) Statement: The bus got fired near Hyderabad while moving on the highway and all the passengers died in that bus. Course of action:
I. The bus authority should clarify the reason for the accident to the government.
II.The Government should allocate funds to compensate the destruction caused.
54) Statement: If the retired heads of the same department are also invited to deliberate on restructuring of the department. Their contribution may be beneficial to the department.
Course of action:
I. Management may seek opinion of the employees before calling retired heads.
II. Management should involve experienced people for systematic restructuring of the department.
55) How many letters are there in the word ’CREATIVITY’ which have as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
a) 4 b) 3 c)5 d) 6 e)None
Directions (56 – 58): Select the pair of words that have a relationship similar to the relationship between the words in the stem pair.
56) Teacher – Certificate
a) Librarian – Books b) Judge – Orders
c) Mechanic – Tools d) Driver – License
57) Intentional – Accidental
a) Impulse – Aversion b) Greed – Gluttony c) Love – Desire d) Pragmatic-Practical
58) Tokyo – Japan
a) Argentina-South America b) Russia- U.S.A c) New Delhi-India d) Karachi-Pakistan
Through the choices, find out the meaning of the phrasal verbs, given in the following sentences-
59) We called on you last night – means,
a) We visited you
b) We rang up to you
c) We shouted at you to draw your attention
d) All the above
60) I came across some old photos – means,
a) bought some old photos
b) found the old photos unexpectedly
c) watched some photos
d) painted some photos
Find out the appropriate meaning for the ‘idioms’ in the sentences from the answer choices given below.
61) Some bankers know how to turn their errors to account –
a) how to escape b) how to throw blame on others c) how to conceal their crime d) how to make profits
62) The juniors in GITAM are smart enough to give a slip to their seniors –
a) to please b) to avoid c) to instigate d) to appreciate
Find the synonymous meaning of the underlined word in the given sentences.
63) Rain fury ravages A.R
a) devastate b) sanctifies c) cools d) blesses
64) Divided NDA defers decision on President Nominee.
a) contradicts b) delays c) criticises d) hails
65) Astonishingly, girls are finding bad boys alluring.
a) attractive b) intelligent c) ghastly d) appalling
66) Ministry of defence junks Pak report on troop withdrawal. (Asked in Infosys)
a) ignores b) welcomes c) appreciates d) accepts
67) CBI grills BCCI chief for seven hours.
a) harasses b) tortures c) interrogates d) appeals
Fill in the blank in the following sentences with the appropriate answer choice.
68) High court warns CBI___ inordinate delays in probe.
a) at b) for c) of d) No preposition required
69) As it was a long journey, the battery of the car ran___
a) on b) upon c) down d) off
Find out the error, if any, in the following sentences and mark the letter of that part of the sentence as answer; if no error is found, mark ‘e’.
70) Though the politicians in India (a)/are having (b)/lot of power, pelf, wealth and everything (c)/ at their beck and call, still they are not satisfied, (d)/ No error(e).
71) My friend has purchased a house, (a)/ bought a car
(b)/ and chose a new school for his children in Vizag,
(c)/the place of his transfer.(d)/ No error (e).
72) While cxossing the road, (a)/a bus hit him (b)/ and he was taken (c)/ to the hospital immediately, (d)/.
73) The notorious murderers (a)/ were hung (b)/ by the neck (c)/until their death.(d)/ No error (e).
74) He has been awaiting for (a)/ the Vice-Chancellor (b)/ for (c)/ the past three hours, (d)/ No error (e). (Asked in BSNL)
In the following passage, there are blanks which have been numbered. Below the passage, against these numbers, a choice of four words is marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. One of them fits the blank appropriately. Choose the correct answer.
What we call happiness according to the external sensations is only relative and is only temporary and it depends (75) the environment. If environment (76) to decide happiness, happiness will be always oscillating between happiness and (77) , and that is the sum and substance of human life. To many of us, happiness is only an idea and not an experience. We live in hope of happiness and many times, we live in the (78) of happiness, but in the total (79) of the idea of happiness. When happiness is only an idea, it cannot be (80) experience. So, when we want to understand what real happiness is, we have to understand ourselves away from the external sensations.
75) a) upon b) with c) at d) over
76) a) was b) is c) has to d) were
77) a) ecstasy b) bliss c) unhappiness d) malice
78) a) absence b) presence c) lap d) dream
79) a) dearth b) want c) presence d) ignorance
80) a) a b) an c) the d) No article
(81-85): Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.
What you call ‘my body’ is just a heap of food that you have eaten, that you have accumulated over a period of time. What you call ‘my mind’ is just a heap of impressions that you have gathered from outside. So these two things are still outside. Your mind is just society’s garbage bin. Anybody who walks by you, stuffs something in your head and goes. The accumulative part of the mind is subject to all kinds of social, religious and cultural situations, you are being exposed to. The very way you think, feel and understand life is just what kind of garbage you gathered in your head. Some of you have social garbage; religious garbage, spiritual garbage, it doesn’t matter. But all this has come from outside. Your ability to recycle the garbage is your intellect. When your intellect becomes razor sharp, nothing sticks to it, it doesn’t get attached to anything, it is not identified with anything, it just makes you see everything simply the way it is.
81) Which of the following statements is appropriate according to the passage-?
a) The mind of a human being is no more than just adust bin.
b)Since man has awareness, he is nobler than any creature in the universe.
c) The human being is unholy and inhuman.
d) The intellect of a human being can be razor sharp
82) It can be understood that the author of the passage
a) is an optimist.
b)believes that everyone has the potential to become great if only one hones one’s intellect.
c) believes that religion is nothing but a huge garbage.
d) is a great pessimist.
83) The word- ‘accumulative’, as used in the passage is
a) An adverb b) A verb c) An adjective d) A modifier
84) The sentence – ‘These two things are still outside’ implies that
a)The mind and body do not constitute what we call “I”, as you are a soul.
b)The mind and body are not under your control as they are tremendously influenced by outer environment..
c) The mind and body can be yours when they are controlled by you.
d)In spite of all efforts, they are always outside only.
85) According to the passage, which of the following statements can be appropriate?
a) The thoughts about religion and god also can be considered a trash.
b)Excepting the noblest thoughts in regard to religion and god, everything else is no better than a big trash.
c) When you say ‘I’, it means you are an intellectual.
d) Mind receives only the undesirable and highly unwanted tings.