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### ROBERT BOSCH PAPER - 13 AUG 2008 - CHENNAI

Posted By : Kavin Rating : +57, -5
Hi Friends

I attended an off campus drive for Robert Bosch, India on 13-AUG,2008 in S.A Engg College, Chennai and  I had been short listed for the Technical & HR interview on next month (SEP-2009). I am very happy and proud to convey the pattern of their written test.. It Comprises of 60 qs, to be solved in 60 minutes... For Correct Answer: +2 marks. For Wrong Answer: -0.5 marks. There will be different question paper for different disciplines. I am here present their CS&IT pattern..

Technical: 35 q
Quantitative Apti: 13 qs
English:  12 qs
(I think there may be No sectional Cutoff ,,,,, ! )

Technical Section:
C, C++, Data Structure, Networks and Operating Systems

Aptitude section:
Profit&Loss, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Percentage, A.P, G.P, Average and general maths qs..

English section:
Error Correction, Jumbled Sentences, Inference from the passage..
These are the questions that I remember...
1.main()
{
int const *p = 10;
printf(“%d”, ++(*p));
}
Ans: Compilation Error

2.main()
{
int I;
char *a = “man”;
for(i=0;i<3;i++)
printf(“%c%c%c%c
”,i[a],a[i],*(a+i),*(i+a));
}
Ans: mmm
aaa
nnn

3.main()
{
extern int i = 10;
printf(“%d”,i);
}
Ans: Runtime error

4.main()
{
float f= 1.1;
double d = 1.1;
if ( f == d)
printf(“I LOVE U”);
else
printf(“I HATE U”);
}
Ans: I HATE U

5.How many queues are required to implement Priority queue
Ans: Two

6.A Binary tree  is given and asked to write post order traversal

7.No of Nodes of Perfect Binary Tree :
Ans: 2n-1

8.Which Data Structure is efficient to implement Trees

9. Heterogeneous Linked List is implemented using
Ans: Void pointers

10. #include<iostream.h>
void main()
{
int i = 15;
int const  & j  = i;
cout << i << j << endl;
i = 9;
cout << i << j << endl
}
ANS: 15 15
9 9

11. which of the following function is used to display a character in console
ANS: put

13. To use manipulators we have to include the header file..
ANS: iomanip.h

14. Virtual memory consist of main memory and
ANS: swap files

15. Command used to partition the disk
ANS: fdisk

16. A question from MS-DOS

17. A question from power management

18. A problem in Paging (Given Main and Secondary memory access time, and Hit Ratio)

19. Which of the following is a network layer protocol
a) TELNET  b) FTP. Sorry I forget the remaining

20. A question from class addressing

21. A question from routing algorithm

22. Profit & Loss problem

23. Percentage problem

24. General Maths problem

25. Surface area

26. Time & Distance

27. Time & Work

28. A.P

29. G.P

30. Jumbled Sentences – 3 qs

31. Error Correction – 3 qs

32. Inference from paragraph – 2 qs

TIPS: I answered only 48 qs... I skipped 2 qs in English, 3 qs in Apti, 2 qs in C++, 3 qs in Networks and 2 qs in OS...  Among these 48 qs that I answered, I am sure that all of them are right...  So if u answered more than 45 qs U almost get through.. Time is not a problem here... You can solve technical qs within 20 mins if u r sound in it..

For C: Follow EXPLORING C by Yashwant Kanitkar

For Aps: Its fully quantitative so Quantitative Aptitude By Agarwal is more than enough

For OS:  Concentrate on Paging, Segmentation, Commands in UNIX & MS-DOS..  I referred Silberschatz book

For Networks: Concentrate on Duties of Each Layers as well as Protocols used in each layer, Class Addressing, Routing & its algorithms..  Forouzan Book will be handy

For Data Structure: Prepare on Trees, Graphs, Stacks, queues, Linked List.. I referred Wicikipedia  articles for all the Data Structure topics...

For English:   Its all depend on ur English knowledge & some common sense.. For me it’s a cake walk...

So , The Bottom-Line is if u are sound in Technical and having a average problem solving skill and some common sense u can easily get through the Robert Bosch Written Test...All The Best Guys!!