SkyTECH Placement Paper Whole Testpaper -26 Apr 2004
SKYTECH SOLUTIONS , KOLKATA on 26th APRIL 2004
Here are the questions of written test (as much I can recollect from my memory), conducted by Skytech Solutions Private Ltd. Kolkata on 26th April ?04.
Six friends a, b, c, d, e & f stood in a manner that no-one was in between b & d. a never stood last. e stood in the 3rd position
5 options were given from which we had to choose the possible sequence of their standing.
5 persons & 4 languages. Each person knows 2 languages. Like ? A knows Spanish & Japanese, B knows Italian & French, C knows French & Japanese, D knows Spanish & Italian, E knows Italian & Japanese. I don?t remember the exact combinations.
Now if C & D want to communicate with each other who can be the best coordinator for them. Ans: All the other 4 members.
From the above conditions, if a new member is added to the group what 2 languages the new member must know to communicate with maximum number of members in the group?
In an amusement park six persons were going by 5 cars. Some conditions were given ? X was sharing a car, Y was going behind an empty car & was not sharing any car. Z was behind W and ahead of T. Like this, I don?t remember the exact conditions. Then 5 statements were given like - if X was in 3rd or 4th position Y would be ahead of Z etc?& we had to choose from those 5 statements, which one was not possible at all.
5-9 One sentence was given in each question & we had to fill in the gaps in the sentences choosing correct words from given options. I don?t remember the sentences.
10-12 Questions were based on the following conditions -
2 walls of a room were required to paint with 6 colors purple, green, orange, red, yellow, blue such that
Each wall must be painted with 3 colors.
Purple and yellow must be painted on the same wall.
Blue and Orange must not be on the same wall.
2 walls must not be painted with the same combination of colors.10. Which one is not a possible combination for any one wall? 4 options were given.
11. 4 options were given each containing 2 sets of colors, one set for one wall other set for another wall. Which set is possible?
12. One combination of 3 colors were given, we had to choose from 4 given options, which can be the other combination?
In this section some graphs were given & we were supposed to calculate and choose answer according to the graphs. I don?t remember the questions (7-8 questions).
And I don?t remember the exact sequence of question nos too.
q 2 train go from stations A to B. There are 2 stations a & b in between A & B.
Now arrival and departure times of the trains were given-
A a(arr) a(dep) b(arr) b(dep) B
12:20 12:46 12:48 12:58 01:05 01:35
11:40 12:10 12:12 12:30 12:40 01:20
a) 4:3 b)7:6 c)6:5 d) can not be determined
a) 13:15 b)15:13 c) 7:6 d) can not be determined
Some questions were based on the following table.
No of computers per 1000 person
No of telephone lines per 1000
Can?t remember this field
2 more questions were based on the above table, which I don?t remember. Every question had 4 options.
The problems in this section are same as those given in the book of R. S. Aggarwal, ?Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-verbal Reasoning?, in the non-verbal reasoning section, chapter 2 - analogy.
It was the easiest part. I can remember one of them and drawing it for u. Rests were as easy as this one.
(a) (b) (c) (d)
S<=N OUTPUT N STOP
In the above flowchart what will be the value of N if Input
a) N =5
Ans: This loop was an infinite loop. So both answers will be ?infinite?.
i = 0
i = i +1
p = i
N = N+1
What will be the outputs if input N=15 and N=5
if (condition) goto Print
In this programming ability tests no options were given. We had to put the correct values in the space provided in the answer sheet.
That?s all I can recollect from my memory.
Best of luck to all the group members.
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