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]]>Most of the companies conduct technical tests as a part of their placement selection process. The main focus of these tests is on the technical skills and subject knowledge. Generally, the tests contain the questions related to the student’s specialization such as computers, electronics, electrical, civil, mechanical, etc. The best way to prepare for these tests is to revise your subjects thoroughly and have a grasp of the fundamentals.

- Always update with the latest test pattern of a specific company.
- Focus on the basics fundamentals of core subjects related to your specialization.
- Work on your practical as well as theoretical knowledge.
- Identify the areas in which you are most comfortable with.

The syllabus and the pattern of the technical tests for companies vary according to the company domains and requirements.

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]]>- Tell me something about yourself.
- Tell me about the approaches which you used to counter the DI problems.
- What is the difference RDBMS and Graph Database?
- Difference between aggregate functions of sql?
- Tell me about the projects apart from the ones which are not mentioned in the resume.
- Why did you prefer the graph database (Neo4j) not any other?
- How many squares are there on a chess board?
- How will you cut an equilateral triangle into 4 equal equilateral triangles?
- Why do you want to join the company?
- What is the difference between functions and scalar functions?
- Tell me about pre-defined functions of sql?

- What is the difference between charge card and credit card?
- How do credit card companies/ banks make money? What is the main source of making money?
- How many edges are there in 3D cube, 4D cube and 2D cube?(puzzle based questions)
- How many people are there in the air in the given day in US?(guess estimate question)
- How would you estimate American Airline’s annual revenue?

- Tell me about yourself.
- Why would you want to join this company?
- Describe yourself in one word.
- On a scale of one to ten, rate me as an interviewer.
- Would you lie for the company?
- What is your dream company?

- Tell us about any technical projects that you have undertaken in the past 3 years?
- Why did you choose this specific project?
- Which and why language did you choose for your particular project?
- Basic concepts of C language?
- What is an empty class? What functionality does it offer in java?

- Tell me about your highs and lows in these 4 years of college life.
- Logical Based Questions: You have a cake. How would you divide it into 8 pieces using only 3 lines?
- What is your career goal?
- What is your dream holiday destination?
- What are the qualities of a team leader?

- Difference between goto, long jmp() and setjmp()?
- Can an array be an Ivalue?
- Are bit fields portable?
- Explain macro and its usage?
- Explain “bit masking”?
- How many levels deep can you nest include files?
- How do you create type- insensitive operator?

- Give me an example of your creativity.
- On a scale of 1 to 10 rate yourself as a person.
- Who has inspired you the most in your life and why?
- If you win a $10 million lottery, will you still work?
- What is the toughest decision you ever had to make?
- Any questions?

- Can you outline the various steps in an analytic project?
- What do you do in data exploration
- Tell me about data preparation?
- How will you treat missing values?
- How will you treat outlier values?
- How do you assess the results of a logistic regression analysis?

- What is your biggest regret in life?
- Give us two of your biggest strengths and weaknesses.
- What interests you the most about this position?
- What are the here things that your friends will say about you?
- How ambitious are you? Would you compete for the job?
- What is your aim in life?
- What is your short term goal?
- How do you think your friends will define you?

- How do you implement tree mirroring?
- Can procedure in package be overloaded?
- What do you mean by threads in operating system?
- Why is the prime motive behind companies using private cloud?
- Write a program to print ASCII code for a given digit.
- Can a procedure in a package be overloaded?

- Why should you be hired for this role?
- Which TV series do you like the most? Enlist some major characteristics of this series.
- Under what circumstances you will leave this job?
- Would you like to suggest anything to us?
- What qualities do you think will be required for this job?
- Do you consider yourself successful?

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]]>**1.The simple interest on Rs. 4000 in 3 years at the rate of x% per annum equals the simple interest on Rs. 5000 at the rate of 12% per annum in 2 years. The value of x is**

A.8%

B.9%

C.10%

D.6%

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

S.I = Principal*Time*Rate/100

Therefore 4000*3**/100 = 5000*2*12/100 => * 5*2*12/4*3

=10% per annum

**2.If x2 – 3x + 1 = 0, then the value of x2 + x + 1/x + 1/x2 is**

A.6

B.8

C.10

D.2

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

x2 – 3x + 1 = 0

=> X2 + 1 – 3x

Dividing both sides by x, => X + 1/3 – 3

Therefore x2 + x + 1/x + 1/x2

= (x2 + 1/x2) + (x + 1/x)

= (x + 1/x)2 -2+ (x + 1/x)

= 9-2 + 3 = 10

**3.If (4x – 3)/x + (4y – 3)/y + (4z – 3)/z = 0, then the value of 1/x + 1/y + 1/z is**

A.4

B.6

C.9

D.3

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Z(4x – 3)/x + (4y – 3)/y + (4z – 3)/z = 0

=> 4x/x – 3/x + 4y/y – 3/y + 4z/z – 3/z = 0

=> 3/x + 3/y + 3/z = 4 + 4 + 4 = 12

=> 1/x + 1/y + 1/z = 12/3 = 4

**4.Find the simplest value of 2√50 + √18 – √72 (given √2 = 1.414)**

A.10.312

B.8.484

C.4.242

D.9.898

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

**5.If a2 + b2 + 4c2 = 2(a + b – 2c) – 3 and a, b, c are real, then the value of (a2 + b2 + c2) is**

A.2

B.21/4

C.3

D.31/4

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

a2 + b2 + 4c2 = 2a + 2b – 4c-3

=> a2 + b2 + 4c2 – 2a – 2b + 4c + 1 = 0

=> a2 – 2a + 1 + b2 – 2b + 1 + 4c2 + 4c + 1 = 0

=> (a-1)2 + (b-1)2 + (2c+1)2 = 0

Therefore a-1 = 0 => a = 1;

b-1 = 0 => b = 1;

2c+1 = 0

=> c = – 1/2

Therefore a2 + b2 + c2 = 1 + 1 + 1/4

= 2 1/4

**6.A number x when divided by 289 leaves 18 as a remainder. The same number when divided by 17 leaves y as a remainder. The value of y is**

A.3

B.1

C.5

D.2

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Here, the first divisor (289) is a multiple of second divisor (17)

∴ Required remainder = Remainder obtained on dividing 18 by 17 = 1. Hence the answer is option 2.

**7.An equation of the form ax + by + c = 0 where a ≠ 0, b ≠ 0, c = 0 represents a straight line which passes through**

A.(0, 0)

B.(3, 2)

C.(2, 4)

D.None of these

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Ax+by+c = 0

When c = 0

ax+by = 0

by = -ax ⇒ y = – ax/b

when x = 0, y = 0 i.e., this line passes through the origin (0,0).

**8.The numerator of a fraction is 4 less than its denominator. If the numerator is decreased by 2 and the denominator is increased by 1, then the denominator becomes eight times the numerator. Find the fraction.**

A.-4/8

B.2/7

C.3/8

D.3/7

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

Original fraction = (x – 4)/x

In case II,

8(x – 4 – 2) = x + 1

⇒ 8x – 48 = x + 1

⇒ 7x = 49 ⇒ x = 7

∴Original fraction

= (7 – 4)/7 = 3/7

**9.If x2 = y + z, y2 = z + x and z2 = x + y then the value of 1/(1+x) + 1/(1+y) + 1/(1+z) is**

A.2

B.0

C.-1

D.1

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

**10.In a triangle ABC, ∠A = 90°, ∠C = 55°, AD bar ⊥ BC bar. What is the value of ∠BAD?**

A.45o

B.55o

C.35o

D.60o

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

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]]>**EXL:**

The company, **EXL,** is an industry of business services, headquartered in New York, United States. It also integrates Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), automation, consulting and benchmarking. The company also serves the industries related to healthcare, banking, travel, transportations and financial services.

**Selection Process:**

Company conducts recruitment process every year to select new candidates. The selection process of the company consists of 3 rounds. These rounds are as follows:

- Written Exam
- Technical Interview
- HR Interview

**Academic Criteria:**

- Candidate must be a B.Tech (CSE/ECE /IT).
- Minimum 60 percent in(X, XII and graduation) is a must.

**Pattern of Written Exam:**

Section |
No. of questions |
Time allotted (in mins) |

Quantitative Aptitude | 20 | 45 |

Verbal ability | 10 | |

Logical Reasoning | 10 | |

Total |
40 |

The total time allotted for the written exam is **45 mins.** The overall level of the exam is moderate

**Quantitative****Aptitude**section contains questions on topics like time and distance, number system, probability, clocks and calendars, time and work, profit and loss, simple interest and compound interest. This section also contains questions on data interpretation such as graphs and charts.**Verbal****Ability**section contains questions on reading comprehension, fill ups, synonyms, antonyms, para jumbled words.**Logical****reasoning**section consists of question regarding blood relations, directions, syllogisms and number series.

Only those candidates who clear the written exam will qualify for the next round.

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]]>**Answer the following questions as per the best of your ability**

**1.Starting from a point S, Ritesh walks a distance of 5 km South, then turns to his right and walks 3 km. From there he again turns right and walks 5 km. He then turns to his left and walks 5 km. How far is he from the starting point and in which direction?**

A.5 km west

B.3 km North

C.3 km East

D.8 km West

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

The distance between S & E is 8 km.

**2.If both the statements “Some toys are boxes” and “All boxes are jeeps” are true, then which of the following can definitely be inferred?**

A.All jeeps are boxes

B.All toys are boxes

C.Some toys are jeeps

D.All toys are jeeps

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

**3.If the password is “some men not great writers are” for the keyword “some writers are not great men”, what will be the password for the keyword “children like to play and read”?**

A.children play and read like to

B.children to play and like read

C.children read and play to like

D.children read play and like to

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

For the key word ” Some writers are not great men ” 1. 2 3 4 5 6 the password is ” Some men not great writers are” i.e 1 6 4 5 2 3. So using the same pattern we can write the password of ” children like to play and read” i.e. “children read play and like to”

**4.In a class, Mohit ranks 14th from the top and 21st from the bottom. How many students are there in the class?**

A.34

B.35

C.33

D.36

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Total no of students= Position from beginning + position from end – 1 i .e. 14+21-1=34 students.

**5.If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the third, the fifth, the sixth and the ninth letters of the word FIGURATION using each letter only once, mark last letter of that word as your answer. If more than one word can be made mark ‘X’ as your answer and if no such word can be made mark ‘M’ as your answer.**

A.X

B.M

C.O

D.R

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

No such word can be formed

**6.In a certain code language “lik dye pin” means “eat and drink”, “pin bit sem” means, “drink hot milk” and “lik sem ani” means “milk and curd”. What is the code for “eat”**

A.lik

B.dye

C.pin

D.Data inadequate

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

‘lik dye pin’ means ‘eat and drink’

‘pit bit sem’ means ‘drink hot milk ‘

‘lik sem ani’means ‘milk and curd’

So pin means drnk

lik means and

dye means eat.

**Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below them:**

There are six members – P, Q, R, S, T and U – in a family. Each member of the family has two jobs; one main job and other part time job. Painting is the part-time job of S, but two members pursue it as main job. Q,T and U do electrical works as one of their jobs. U’s main job is computer programming and R and T do it as their part time job. P is both painter and typist and the part-time job of P is the main job of S and vice-versa. Career counseling is the part time job of only one member. The only female member in the family has typing as her main job.

**7.Which of the following groups has painting as their main job?**

A.P, R & S only

B.Q, R & S only

C.R & S only

D.Q & R only

E.P & R only

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option E.**

**8.Disregarding the main job and part time job criteria, who among the following pursue the same job combination as that of U?**

A.P

B.R

C.T

D.S

E.None of these

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C**

**9.Who among the following is the only female member in the family?**

A.P

B.Q

C.T

D.S

E.None of These

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

D. since S has typing as her main job

**10.What is the main job of R?**

A.Painting

B.Electric Work

C.Computer programming

D.Career counseling

E.Typing

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

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]]>**Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option from the choices given.**

The attraction of gold is as old as history. Since ancient times, gold has been the object of dreams and obsessions. Western literature is full of characters who kill for gold or hoard it, from King Midas in the ancient Greek myths, to Fagin in Dickens’ Oliver Twist. These characters go to evil extremes to get or keep their gold and they get the punishment they deserve. Most people would not be willing to go to such extremes, of course, but they would not question the assumption that gold has lasting value above and beyond any local currency. Societies change over time, customs and currencies evolve, but gold remains. A wedding ring, for example, must be gold, and so should any serious gift of jeweler. In fact, giving and wearing gold is still a mark of prestige in our postindustrial society.

**1.This passage is obviously incomplete. Which of the following endings best fits the logic of the paragraph?**

A.thought gold is no longer valued as it used to be.

B.even if most people prefer to wear silver.

C.whereas in the past, gold was not so valuable

D.just as it has been for thousands of years

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

The last line reinforces the importance of gold in life thus, option 4 is the answer.

**2.Of the various historical markers in the passage which is the second oldest**

A.King Midas

B.Fagin

C.Postindustrial society

D.the question is invalid because all of these refer to the same historical period

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Option B is the correct answer in the given context

**3.What does “prestige”, a word that occurs in the last sentence also mean**

A.Kudos

B.Heracles

C.Mercurial

D.Reverie

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Heracles denotes glorious gift, the answer therefore, is option B

**Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word.**

**4.His attempt to _______ his guilt was betrayed by the tremor of his hand as he picked up the paper**

A.extenuate

B.determine

C.conceal

D.intensify

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

Conceal is the correct answer which means to hide which is clear from “betrayed by the tremour of his hand”

**5.In large cities, the number of family-owned grocery stores has fallen so sharply that the opportunity to shop in such a place is _____ occasion.**

A.a celebrated

B.an old

C.a fanciful

D.a rare

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D.**

The number of family-owned grocery stores has fallen there is a rare chance that people shop there

**Part, or all, of each sentence is underlined. Following the sentence, four versions of the underlined portion are presented. Choice (I) repeats the original; the other choices are different If you think a better sentence can be found in Choices (2), (3), (4), then choose one of them. If the sentence is correct as stated, your answer will be Choice (I).**

**6.Tanya barely took 15 minutes to finish her essay, a fact that amazed her friends and worried her not at all.**

A.Tanya barely took 15 minutes to finish her essay,

B.Only 15 minutes did it take Tanya to barely finish her essay,

C.Tanya barely took 15 minutes to finish her essay;

D.Tanya took barely 15 minutes to finish her essay,

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

In accordance with the sentence, option A is the most relevant

**7.Unfamiliar with New York, Mohsin checked carefully the map before boarding the A train.**

A.Mohsin checked carefully the map before boarding

B.Mohsin carefully checked the map before boarding

C.Mohsin checking carefully the map before boarding

D.Mohsin, before boarding, carefully checked

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Since carefully is an adverb of manner, it will come after the verb. The answer thus, is option A.

**Every sentence below contains either one error or no error. None of the sentences contains more than one error. If the sentence contains an error, it will be in one of the underlined parts of the sentence. You should find the part of the sentence that needs to be changed to make the sentence correct. If you think the sentence is correct as written, select Choice (4), no error.**

**8.Far from(1) being a liberal fanatic, Devansh actually espouses very conservative views(2) on social and economic(3) issues. No error(4)**

A.1

B.2

C.3

D.4

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

This sentence is correct.

**9.The debate team, which(1) included Shikha and I(2), was stuck on the bus for more than two(3) hours. No error(4)**

A.1

B.2

C.3

D.4

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Shikha and I should be replaced with Shikha and me. The answer hence, is option B.

**10.By the time he reached the island, Danish had already swam(1) further than anyone(2) else ever had(3). No error(4)**

A.1

B.2

C.3

D.4

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Swam should be substituted with swum

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]]>Most of the companies conduct technical tests as a part of their placement selection process. The main focus of these tests is on the technical skills and subject knowledge. Generally, the tests contain the questions related to the student’s specialization such as computers, electronics, electrical, civil, mechanical, etc. The best way to prepare for these tests is to revise your subjects thoroughly and have a grasp of the fundamentals.

- Always update with the latest test pattern of a specific company
- Focus on the basics fundamentals of core subjects related to your specialization
- Work on your practical as well as theoretical knowledge
- Identify the areas in which you are most comfortable with.

The syllabus and the pattern of the technical tests for companies vary according to the company domains and requirements

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]]>- What do you mean by assessment year?
- What do you understand by total income?
- How many heads are there under total income?
- How will you decide the residential status of an individual?
- Who are resident but not ordinary resident?

- Introduce yourself.
- What is the difference between smart work and hard work?
- List some of you achievements?
- What according to you was your greatest failure in life?
- Where do you see yourself after 2 years?
- Explain your personality in one word.

- What is tax refund?
- What is capital gain? Explain long term capital gains and how is it different from short term capital gains?
- What is alternative minimum tax (AMT)?
- Tell me something about your family?
- Why should we hire you?
- Why E & Y?
- Tell me about a time when you worked effectively under pressure.
- If you could be any animal, what would it be?

- What do you mean by amortization and impairment?
- What is intercompany reconciliation?
- What is the securities transaction tax?
- Who were your favorite professors? Why?
- Do you enjoy doing independent research?
- Why do you want to join this company?

- Suggest a method of joining two tables.
- What do you mean by “normalization”?
- What is object oriented model?
- Define RDBMS.
- Why is DML provided?
- Where do we generally create INDEX?

- What opinion do your friends have about you?
- When do you think you will complete and be able to join?(contextual question)
- Do you have any questions for us?
- What changes would you make at your college?
- If you were to ask one of your professors to describe you, what would he or she say?
- What do you think are your strengths and weaknesses?

- What are the advantages to use stored procedures?
- Do you think BCNF is better than 2NF & 3NF? Why?
- Give me a SQL Query to find out the second largest company?
- Discuss transparent DBMS?
- What is the difference between exclusive lock and shared lock?

- What interests you most about this position?
- What is the difference between primary key, foreign key and candidate key?
- How has your education prepared you for your career?
- Describe your Final Year Project. What innovations did you bring into this project?
- Who is the CEO of the company?

- Why do you want to work in audit?
- What are the objectives of internal audit?
- Explain about cross functional audits?
- What are audit control procedures?
- What is CARO 2003? What do you mean by management audit?

- Do you prefer working in a team?
- How would a lecturer describe you?
- Do you keep your promises?
- What motivates you?
- Are you a good listener?
- Have you ever wanted to quit something?
- Tell me about your groups of friends?
- Do you believe in talent or hard work?

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]]>**Refer to the graph and answer the given question:**

**1.What is the difference between the total number of scarves sold by store M in 2003 and 2004 together and total number of scarves sold by store N in 2005 and 2006 together?**

A.160

B.100

C.140

D.150

E.120

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option E.**

Total Number of scarves sold store M in 2003 and 2004= 190+320= 510

Total Number of scarves sold store M in 2005 and 2006=260+370= 630

Difference between the total Number of scarves sold store M in 2003 & 2004 and

Total Number of scarves sold store N in 2005 and 2006 is = 630 – 510 = 120

**2.Number of scarves sold by store M decreased by what percent from 2004 to 2005?**

A.40 5/8

B.45 3/8

C.42 3/8

D.30 3/8

E.35 5/8

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Percentage decrease in the number of scarves sold by score M =

320-190/320 * 100 = 130/320 * 100 = 40 5/8%

**3.If the respective ratio between total number of scarves sold by stores M and N together in 2002 and that in 2009 is 15 : 11, what is the total number of scarves sold by stores M and N together in 2009?**

A.430

B.450

C.420

D.460

E.440

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option E.**

Ratio between total number scarves sold by stores M & N together in 2002 and that in 2009 is 15:11.

Total number scarves sold by stores M & N together in 2002 = 240+360 = 600

According to question,= 600/x = 15/11 Or, x = 440

Total number scarves sold by stores M & N together in 2009 = 440.

**4.If the total number of scarves sold by stores M and N together in 2008 is 10% more than that in 2006, what is the total number of scarves sold by stores M and N together in 2008?**

A.638

B.406

C.414

D.396

E.408

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Total number of scarves sold by stores M & N in 2006 = 210+370 = 580

Total number of scarves sold by stores M & N in 2008 = 580×110/100 = 638

**5.What is the average number of scarves sold by store N in 2003, 2004 and 2005?**

A.260

B.270

C.290

D.250

E.290

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Average number of scarves sold store N in 2003, 2004 & 2005 = 300+250+260 /3 = 270

**6.What is the central angle corresponding to number of bags available in store T? (In degrees)**

A.91.2

B.95.6

C.93.6

D.94.2

E.92.5

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

Central angle corresponding to number of bags available in store T = 26/100*360= 93.6 Deg

**7.What is the difference between the average number of bags available in stores P and R together and the average number of bags available in stores S and T together?**

A.12

B.22

C.15

D.18

E.20

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C.**

Average percentage of bags available in stores P and R together = 35%/2 = 17.5%

Average percentage of bags available in stores S and T together = 40%/2 = 20%

Difference between Average Number of bags available in stores P and R together and

Average Number of bags available in stores S and T together = (20% – 17.5%) of 600 = 15

**8.The respective ratio between number of bags available in store P in August and that available in the same store in July was 5: 4. How many bags were available in store P in August as compared to July?**

A.150

B.90

C.24

D.60

E.45

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A.**

Number of bags available in P store in July = 20% of 600 = 120.

Now, since we have

Number of bags available in store P in August : Number of bags available in P store in July = 5:4

=> P : 120 = 5 : 4

Thus, number of bags available in Store P (In August) = (5/4)x120 = 150

Universities | Total Number of faculty members | Percentage of Assistant professors | Number of Associate professors |
---|---|---|---|

J | 250 | 60 | 75 |

K | 180 | 75 | 24 |

L | 150 | 80 | 16 |

M | 100 | 63 | 21 |

**9.What is the difference between the total number of Associate Professors in Universities J and M together and the total number of Professors in the same universities together?**

A.54

B.55

C.68

D.58

E.53

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Universities | Total Number of faculty members | Percentage of Assistant professors | Number of Associate professors |
---|---|---|---|

J | 250 | 60 | 75 |

K | 180 | 75 | 24 |

L | 150 | 80 | 16 |

M | 100 | 63 | 21 |

Total number of Associate professor in universities J and M together = 75+21= 96

Total number of professor in universities J and M together = 25+16= 41

Difference between the Total number of Associate professor in universities J and M together and Total number of professor in universities J and M together= 96- 41= 55

**10.In University M, 8/21 of the Assistant Professors are males and in University L, 3/5 of the Assistant Professors are males. What is the respective ratio between male assistant Professors in University M and that in University L?**

A.2:5

B.1:3

C.3:5

D.2:7

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B.**

Universities | Total Number of faculty members | Percentage of Assistant professors | Number of Associate professors |
---|---|---|---|

J | 250 | 60 | 75 |

K | 180 | 75 | 24 |

L | 150 | 80 | 16 |

M | 100 | 63 | 21 |

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]]>**E & Y:**

**EY** is formerly known as Ernst & Young, is a multinational company of professional services. It has headquartered in London, United Kingdom. The company also works in tax, transaction, accounting, advisory and financial services.

The selection process of the company consists of 3 rounds. These rounds are as follows:

**Selection Process:**

In case of job recruitment, selection is the process to choose potential working persons for a company or organization. Recruitment process includes a selection stage when decisions are made as to the viability of a particular candidate’s job application. It directly affects the overall productivity of an organization. A right selection may increase the overall performance of a company & a wrong one may lead to material and financial loss. A perfect selection process can help to pick the most eligible candidates amongst all applicants. The Process of selecting candidates focuses on abilities, knowledge, skills, experience and various other related factors.

- Written Exam
- Technical Interview
- HR Interview

**Academic Criteria:**

- 60% throughout in (Class X , XII) and 65% in graduation
- No backlogs at the time of applying.

**Pattern of Written Exam:**

The EY test pattern features the following:

Section |
No. of questions |
Time allotted (in mins) |

Situational Strength test | 20 | No limit |

Numerical Ability | 12 | 12 |

Verbal Ability | 12 | 18 |

Reasoning Ability | 12 | 12 |

Total |
56 |
42 |

The total time allotted to the written exam is 42 minutes.

**Details:**

**Situation Strength Test section**contains questions based on business scenario which will test the skills on task management, decision making**Numerical Ability section**contains questions on charts and graphs. This section is mainly related to data interpretation.**Verbal Ability section**consists of topics like reading comprehension, fill ups, antonyms, synonyms, etc.**Reasoning Ability section**contains questions which will check logical reasoning and problem solving skills.

Overall the level of the paper is** moderate. **But there is sectional time limit present in the test. Only those candidates who clear the written exam will qualify for the next round.

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