experience of . of ISRO test

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    Discipline : Computer Science

    Total no of questions: 80
    Duration: 90 minutes
    Marking: +3 for correct answer -1 for wrong
    Total sections : 1
    Mode : Offcampus

    Discipline Wise Questions
    Questions on

    PASCAL code
    Binary Tree
    Stack & Queue concept
    GateS (AND OR NAND NOR XOR...)
    Full adder / subtrecter ckt
    Data structure basics
    C funda
    Page fault and other computer architech. fundamentals
    Internet basics
    Sin Cosine waves based questions

    I attended the ISRO test on 8th aug

    it was of GATE pattern mostly of Handa book.

    80 ques---

    Some of the ques i remember....hope it would be useful...

    1. The root directory of disk should be placed at_____

    --->at a fixed location on the system disk.

    2. DNS is basically used to ____

    ----->i wrote --to have a hierarchical structure.

    3.one more ques on DNS

    4. abt TCP and UDP

    5. TCP's which layer is there for the OSI's first three layers.

    6. Multiprocessing models have---

    a)symmetric b)unsymmetric models c)none of the above d) both

    7. BCDhave binary nos in

    a)bis b) bytes c)nibble

    8. Top-down parser ....

    a) leftmost derivation

    b)rightmost derivation

    c)leftmost derivation in reverse

    d)rightmost derivation in reverse

    9.Loop which avoids check at every iteration

    a)loop controlling b) loop jamming

    10.one tree was given and some expressions were there and we have to

    find the correct postfix exprn

    11.abt logic gates

    12.worst case of Shell sort

    13.sine wave can be split into

    a)set of sine waves

    b)set of sine waves with phase zero

    14.full binary tree with n vertices has how many leaf nodes

    somethng like this...

    15.complete graph with n vertices and somethng

    16.in a cyclic graph with n vertices how many minimum edges

    a)n b)n/2...

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