123 Eng

Engineering the engineers™


Latest Jobs   Forum Map

 

engineering

Home
Source Codes
Engineering Colleges

Training  Reports
Seminar Reports
Placement Papers

Forums

Computer Science / IT
Electronics
Electrical
Mechanical
Chemical
Civil

CAT / MBA

GMAT / Foreign MBA
Latest Jobs

Engineering Jobs / Technical Jobs
Management Jobs

Sitemap
Terms of use


 
   

Job Placement Papers (All Companies)

 
Placement Papers>>CTS

CTS Job Placement Paper

 

This is only a sample paper. We are not providing you with all the questions - just some questions to give you a general idea of the test pattern.


Section I - 8 questions based on series.

1. These questions involve interchange of letters in a word at particular locations and also interchanging letters adjacent to those particular locations.Certain other conditions may also be given
For eg.
Let the word be ABBAABA
If we apply 25 on this, it means we have to interchange the letters at positions 2 and 5, also we have to change the letters adjacent to positions 2 and 5 i.e.from A to B and B to A.
A B B A A B after Step 1 i.e interchange of 2 and 5 becomes AABABB
Now change adjacent elements of 2 and 5...finally answer becomes
Ans: B A A B B A

Questions 1-5 are based on the pattern with changed numbers as described above

Questions 6-8 are of the following type

To get AAABBD from BBBAAA what number should be applied:-
a) 25
b) 34
c) 25 & 34
d) none


Section II

1. Given the following functions
(1) f(n a b c ) = ac if n=1
(2) f(n a b c) = f( n-1 a c b) + f( 1 a b c) + f( n-1 b a c ) if n > 1
 
Then what is the value   f( 2 a b c ) = ?

Ans: f( 2 a c b ) = ab + ac + bc.


2. Similar question on functions.


3. [ Based on the function in the first question] For the function f( 4 a b c ) the number of terms is...?
Hint f( 4 a b c ) = f( 3 a c b ) + f( 1 a b c ) + f( 3 b a c ) etc.


4. What is the value of the function  f( 5 a b c ) = ?


Section III

Permutations and Combinations.
8 Questions.

1. r = number of flags;n = number of poles;
Any number of flags can be accommodated on any single pole.

1) r=5,n=5 The no. of ways the flags can be arranged ?

Questions 2-5 are based on the above pattern


6. r = 5 n = 3 . If first pole has 2 flags, third pole has 1 flag
    How many ways can the remaining be arranged?

Questions 7.& 8. are similar to Question 6.


Section IV
Question consisting of figures - Pattern-matching type.

Refer R.S Agarwal's book on Analytical Reasoning & TMHs Quantitative ability book by Edgar Thorpe.



Section V
In this section first part of compound word is given. Select meaning of the second part from the choice given:
1. Swan
2. Swans
3. Fool
4. Fools
5. Stare
6. Lady
For all above 4 choices are given.....

Eg. Swan ---> Swansong (compound word)
a) category b) music c) television d) none
Ans: Swansong is compound word. But song is not given as an option. so (b) music is the answer.

 

 

 

Contribute content or training reports / feedback / Comments
job placement papers
All rights reserved copyright 123ENG