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Post by Pruthvi Bharadwaj on Sat Jul 26, 2008 6:42 pm

The interview procedure consisted 2 phases:
1) Writtens test
2) Technical & HR interview

Coming to the written test:
It has 5 sections
1) Inferential vocabulary round
2) Logical &Aptitude test
3) Unix programming concepts
4) RDBMS concepts
5) C programming

The
1) inferential vocabulary round has a passage with blanks & 4 options to fill each blank.
It had 20 blanks & 22 minutes for that section

2)The Logical & Aptitude section has 45 questions for 48 minutes.
It had number of problems on sets
Example: people studying maths 20,people studying english 30.studying both some number,Find total.....like that.
Around 12 questions were there
Logical questions on Family relations.
some questions on binary numbers.
Cube questions.

3)The unix programming 10 questions 10 minutes.
4)The RDBMS concepts 10 questions 10 minutes
5)The c 15 questions 15 minutes....

Gudluck for ur employment and optimization of ur Career
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Post by Pruthvi Bharadwaj on Sat Jul 26, 2008 6:48 pm

The 5 sections are
1) ENGLISH
2) REASONING
3) UNIX
4) DBMS
5) C++

1) ENGLISH SECTION20q (20 min)
It has totally 20 spaces were given in the passage we should estimate the appropriate word in the blank space.4 options for each blank the passage is given below i dont remember the all dashes but this is the passage

Most agree that humor in the workplace can have beneficial effects. Yet not all humor is good humor. The challenge: how to interject appropriate humor and fun into our serious jobs without hurting others or seriously undermining the company. When used appropriately, humor can work for you.

Humor that Uploads Also Uplifts

Humor has the power to make people feel special. When you include people in fun it simultaneously improves morale, reduces stress and facilitates team building. With the prevalence of telecommuting and workgroups scattered geographically, the challenge of furthering working relationships, bonding and building camaraderie is real. At one San Francisco Bay Area company a workgroup staged an elaborate Remote Baby Shower. The expectant mother, who was out-of-state, called in for a pre-arranged conference call with her workgroup. When she did…surprise! Everyone was having a party in her honor. They uploaded digital photos of a decorated conference room and each other, and e-mailed sound files with well wishes. Everyone shared in the good cheer. This creative use of technology brought employees closer to each other, figuratively if not literally.

Humor That Brings People Together

Workplaces are full of opportunities to use humor for the benefit of all. Milestones are a natural place to employ humor. Dress like the recipient as a tribute during a surprise birthday party. Other celebrations to mark anniversaries, project completions or similar accomplishments are perfect opportunities to utilize humor. Even surviving certain projects is cause for celebration and fun.

Holidays are another natural time to employ humor. Halloween is a time for contests to see who can best decorate conference rooms; for other companies the anniversary of their founding is cause for celebration. Silly speeches, skits and spoofs abound.


And the Award Goes To…

Staging award ceremonies is a great way to have fun, recognize each other and revel in the shared work experience. Whether the categories mimic those found at the Oscars, Emmys or Tonys, or are derivative, esprit de corps rises when the team laughs at itself and each other. Best Supporting Actor, Best Impersonation of an Inanimate Object, Best Special Effects, Most Likely to Secede, or Lifetime Achievement Award.

Pranks can alternately be uplifting or uprooting. A desktop publisher, on April Fools Day, adorned his co-workers cars’ windshields with mock yellow parking tickets, complete with envelopes for remittance. Upon closer inspection, these true-to-life replicas of tickets had whimsical offenses of significance to the recipients. The departmental joker’s ticket cited him for “excessive use of farce” and the hard charging corporate counsel’s infraction charged him with a “Failure to Yield.” Of course the initiator of the gag was later cited for impersonating an officer. Everyone laughed at the spoof once they realized it was a joke. Judge Judy’s signature at the bottom of the ticket gave it away.

Pole Position

A fast growing company didn’t have enough office space for full cubicles for its new hires. One unfortunate hire’s assigned cubicle had a giant pole in its midst. To her credit she never complained. Co-workers felt for her. One night they hit the streets, collecting various fliers from telephone poles in their neighborhoods. The next day when the new hire reached her cubicle, the offending pole was now covered with notices about missing pets, renters seeking apartments, cheap movers for hire and even local GRE study groups. Not only did the employee know her co-workers felt her frustration, it bonded them as well as they pulled together to help one of their own.

One Person’s Humor is Another Person’s Horror

When targeting humor consider targeting yourself. Everyone has a different idea of what’s funny and what’s not. Many a well intentioned prank or joke has backfired. One co-worker sent another a prank letter impersonating a local media figure. The recipient mistook it for real, interpreted it as harassment and called the FBI. Oops!

The Benefits of Self-Effacing Humor

When we make fun of ourselves it actually demonstrates our healthy outlook, showing we don’t take ourselves so seriously. As a result, we’re regarded as more approachable and down to earth. Don’t make fun of yourself excessively. Such humor loses its effectiveness with overuse.

Everyone from politicians to CEOs to Southwest Airlines flight attendants use self-deprecating humor - humor that makes fun of themselves - to get people laughing at, and consequently with them. You can too.

While gallows humor may feel appropriate during layoffs and cutbacks, strive to employ humor that uplifts and taps universal themes for best results. Here’s to laughter!

2) REASONING PART45q (48 min)
It has totally 45 questions we should answer them in 48 min Out of 48 questions
10 questions from data sufficiency
10 questions from Venn diagrams
5 questions from *, & questions
5 questions from painted cube problems
5 questions from seating arrange ment problems
4 questions from Blood relations
Remaining 6 questions are different and simple problems like directions

3) UNIX 10q (10 min)
The questions are easy we can answer them if we have basic knowledge in UNIX

Some questions what I remembered are
1) ——— acts as a command interpreter
A) Unix shell b) kernel c) d) ans) a
2) Combine $x=1;[x -ge 10] into a single statement
3) Wats the output of the code snippet
echo hello
Eval echo Hello
Eval echo eval Hello
Ans: hello
Hello
Hello

4) What does $* represent

4) DBMS— 10q (10 min)
All questions are very easy the questions are

1) Which statement is true to dbms?
a) Collection of data
b) Collection of interrelated data and set of programs to access that data
c) Collection of inter related data no need of any programs
d) Collection of data and set of programs

Ans) b

2) Values should dependant on primary key in which normal form?
a) 1 NF b) 2nf c) 3nf d) 4nf

3) Mathematical representation of joining tables ———-
a) Union b) c) Cartesian product d)

4) A Question on view

5) Question on data objects and constraints

6) Use of normalization?
a) Reducing redundancy b) little storage space c) d) all the above
ANS)d

7) What r the types of joins below
A) Interior & outer b) inner and outer joins c) d)
Ans) b

5) C++ —15 q(15 min)

The code that could be written in which block to raise exceptions?
A) Catch b) try c) finally d) none

Ans) b

2) Some programs on pointers some tricky questions

3) By using which keyword we cant change value after initialization?
a) Int b) c) d) const

4) Class one
{
enum {name1,name 2, name 3}
}
Wt is the value of name 2
a) 0 b) 2 c) 1 d) 3
(this question is not full, like this only) ans) c

5) Which of the following is true for constructor?
a) b) c) d) constructor can not be inherited

these are the questions wt I remembered I hope this may helpful to u

BEST OF LUCK friends.
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