Placement Papers: Satyam Paper 2005Tab.Amp

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Questions:

  1. For this question take A − 1, B − 2, C − 3____X-24, Y − 25, Z − 26. Edwin is a judge and a numerologist. He is married to a woman whose name:

    1. has a “product” that is the same as that for JUDGE: Using the correspondence of letters and numbers above, this product is 10 − 21 − 4 − 7 − 5.

    2. has no letter in common with JUDGE.

    3. Has no third letter of the alphabet because 3 is his unlucky number.

    4. Has letters in alphabetical order when the first

    letter and second letter are interchanged.

    What is the name of the judge's wife?

  2. The owner of the house has been murdered. The visitors to the mansion were Allen, bixby and Crain.

    1. The murderer, who was one of the three visitors, arrived at the mansion later than atleast one of the other two visitors.

    2. A detective, who was one of the three visitors, arrived at the mansion earlier than atleast one of the other two visitors

    3. The detective arrived at the mansion at midnight.

    4. Neither Allen nor Bixby arrive at the mansion after midnight

    5. the earlier arriver of Bixby and crain wasnot the detective

    6. the later arriver of allen and crain was not the

    murderer

    Who was the murderer?

  3. some farm tools and farm equipments have been stolen. 3 farm workers were interrogated. Each one makes 2 statements (i dont remember the statements). One of the statements made by each of them is right while the other is wrong. We have to tell who stole them.

  4. There is 4-digit number. The second digit is 2 more than the first. The last digit is five more than the third. Something like this. It is very simple. Jus have to go from the choices given.

  5. A D B G E C F Each of seven digits from 0, 1, 2, 3…8, 9 is:

    1. represented by a different letter in the figure above:

    2. positioned in the figure above so that A-B-C, B-G-E

    and D-E-F are equal.

    Which digit does G represent?

  6. Given the names of four persons. And also given that one is taller than the other but shorter than someone else. Statements like these. We have to find who is the shortest.

  7. A man is walking inside the tunnel AB. When he is 3/8th of the distance from A, he hears a train coming from behind him. He sees that when he moves towards B, the train just catches him at B, and similar logic if he tried to reach A. The man walks at a steady rate of 8m/h. What is the speed of the train?

  8. Fifty minutes ago if it was four times as many minutes past four o clock, how many minutes is it to six o clock?

  9. a simple problem related to ages.

  10. There are 5 dacoits who have together stolen some

gold coins. They stay at a place for the night hiding

the bounty safely…When evreyone's asleep, one of the

dacoits wakes up, takes 1/5th of the bounty plus one

for himself. The rest he puts back in the bag and goes

to sleep. The next dacoit wakes up, does the same

thing, i.e.takes 1/5th of the remaining bounty plus one

for himself, puts the rest back and goes to sleep. The

third, fourth and fifth dacoits do the same thing. In

the morning, they all wake up and divide the bounty

equally among them. How may coins were there

originally? The key to this question is to proceed

from the options. See which number leaves a remainder

1 when divided by 5 four times continuously and the

fifth time divides it exactly.

The rest 5 quests i dont remember____Quests 1, 2 and 5

have been lifted straight out of Puzzles'by George

Summers. 8 is from Shakuntala Devi.

Dont attempt the questions u r not confident of.

The GD round is said to be the Main elimination round

in Satyam. The topic we were given was “US war on Iraq” Some other topics could be “environmental pollution” “Indian Hockey” etc.

The interview consisted of both technical and HR

questions. Expect questions from ur project. And brush

up the subjects in ur major.

CSE-majors were asked on DBMS, a bit of networking.

Object Orientation concepts. Etc.