Placement Papers: Satyam Paper 2005 GhaziabadTab.amp
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Satyam conducted a cocampus at Krishna Institute of Engg and Technology (KIET), Ghaziabad on 10 June 2005

There were 15 aptitude questions to be answered in 30 minutes.

All together there were 3 roundsaptitude followed by GD followed by Interview
Aptitude

There are 16 peopleA, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P. All these people are to be grouped into a group of two each. From each group a winner is to be selected. Find the probability that either A or B is the winner.

Another tricky question on probability.

Logical reasoning questions like A, B, C, D, E, F are to be seated in a row. A can't be adjacent to D, E always sits next to C and other similar conditions are specified. Questions based on these conditions are asked.

Another question on logical reasoning based on similar guidelines.

Simple question on average.

2 people A, B are heading towards a common destination. A goes by train at x kmph and B goes on foot at y kmph. They meet together at place p. Find.

As technology is advancing

One question on shares and debentures.

One problem on missing numbers.

Another problem on missing numbers.

A machine generates a 5 digit number _ _ _ _ _. It again generates a 5 digit number _ _ _ _ _, latter bearing some relationship with the former. The machine then again generates a 5 digit number _ _ _ _ _, latter bearing some relationship with the former. You were given a 5 digit number. What will be the sequence generated next by the machine so that the latter bears the same relation to the former. Hint: You were suppose to find the relation between the given 5 digit numbers.

The length of a rectangle is increased by 5%. By what % should the breadth be decreased so that the area remains constant.

One tricky question on ratio and proportion.