### CTS PAPER & INTERVIEW - 20 JUN 2007 - ANANTAPUR

This is A.SRIKANTH (D.S.C.E Branch) and J.Santhosh (D.E.C.S Branch) from JNTU CEA. June 20th CTS Paper in J.N.T.U. Anantapur

The Question Paper Contains 70 Questions and time allotted is 75 Minutes (Sets will be given, but all of them contain Same Questions)

There are 3 Sections

1)Analytical Section 25Q - 30 Minutes

2)Verbal Section 25Q - 25Minutes

3)Logical Section 20Q - 25Minutes

Analytical Section

Section I

1)A cube problem is given related to it 5 Questions were given the Question is like A red cube is cut into 1728 small cubes from one face of the cube, from the diagonal corners, the middle cubes are removed and the cube is then painted black

The Questions are like

1)what is the difference b/w the cubes painted three sides red & cubes painted three sides black

a)0 b)4 c)6 d)8

2)How many cubes r there with 3 Sides painted black

a)2 b)4 c)6 d)8

Number of cubes painted atleast 2 sides black similarly 2 Questions based on this cube problem

Section II

1 is represented as $

0 is represented as *

1)361/19 can be represented as

Ans::361/19=19 so it is represented as $**$$

2)2+9/11*2 can be represented as

Ans::40/11==$*$**/$*$$

3)LCM of (3,5,11)+13

Ans::$*$$**$*

4)Average of four numbers is given and that should be represented as

Similarly one more Q is given

Section III

1)From Venn Diagram it is like

Restaurant table design problem

6 out of 200 are chosen by all designers

11 members have no preferences

6 are chosen only round and rectangular table

6 are chosen only square and rectangular table

7 are chosen only round and square table

64 are chosen round tables

5 Questions are given related to it

1) No. of members who selected only round

2) No. of members who selected only square

3) No. of members who selected only rectangular

4)

5)

Section IV

2 Questions are given from analytical reasoning, under each one 5 Questions are given

VERBAL Section

2 Paragraphs under each one 5 Questions are given

Closing Correct from the given choices - 5 Questions

Incorrect Sentences from the given choices - 5 Questions

Order of the sentences to make paragraphs - 5 Questions

LOGICAL Section

From each one mentioned below 5 questions were asked

I Chose odd man out related to figures

II Data Sufficiency

III Logical Deduction (Syllogism)

IV Implied and double implied sentences

Implied and double implied sentences question is like

I will take poison if I want to die

1)I don't take poison

2) I don't want to die

3)I will take poison

4)I want to die

a)1;2 b)2,1 c)2,3 d)1,4

Answer is B

Interview

HE asked me about my project, why u have chosen this project, and its explanation

What is u r favorite subject I said mine is Digital Electronics

So, he asked me about fidelity in digital systems and why it will occur and what should we do to remove it

He asked me, how to convert an anolog system into digital system

HE also asked me about my weakness

I got my eamcet rank more he asked me y u got more rank (mine ans was related to weakness that I have told him)

We both were selected in CTS

What we need in interview which I was observed is Explanation by Body Movement and Confidence that I will get this job he may depress and tell u will not get job but even then u don't loose Confidence. he will try to depress in many ways but u should overcome it to get success.

For some students he asked about Operation of microwave oven

To draw a circuit for traffic signal generator and To draw a circuit for : if two aeroplanes are passing side by side draw a circuit by which the person sitting in one plane cannot hear the sound of another plane About FFT, ASK, PSK and FSK

In C he concentrated on

Structures

Pointers

Linked List

Sorting and Searching Techniques

Programs using Recursive functions ex: Fibonacci, factorial

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