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please get me previous years CDAC entrance exam papers.. its urgent

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Shinde Dattatray

Answered On : Aug 21st, 2006

Sir,Pls send me detail Information about C-DAC Courses & sample papers of CST Entrance Examination.                                                                                your's thanksful                                                                                   Datta Shinde

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shafali mangal

Answered On : Aug 28th, 2006

Please send me the date of cdac exame it urgent 

  
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priyank khare

Answered On : Aug 28th, 2006

Respected sir,memplz tell me the present cdac examination date iam desperate to give an exami hav done Btech computers sciencei wann do cdac plz tell me the current exam datepriyank khare

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Sachin Sharma

Answered On : Sep 4th, 2006

Respected Sir/MemPlease tell me the present CDAC examination date, I am desperate to give an exam. I have done B.Sc (Science) I want to do CDAC. Please tell me the current exam and about exams.

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nitin ashish

Answered On : Sep 21st, 2006

Hi,      I am preparing for the C-DAC entrance.I am looking for somebody who can send me the previous year question.It will be a great help.please do this for me.Thanks & Regards...nitin ashish.

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prachee singh

Answered On : Sep 27th, 2006

Please get me previous year cdac question papers of fpgdst/pgdst course.and also tell me the date of exam of fpgdst/pgdst course.please do the needful.thanks

  
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sugam srivastava

Answered On : Sep 28th, 2006

Sir , i am a student of b.tech.final year with e.c. branch in U.P.T.U.. i want the last year admission papers of the cdac examination.pls mail me if u have

  
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manish kumar

Answered On : Oct 4th, 2006

I want to prepare for c dac . so please give me the previous question paper..

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vikas

Answered On : Oct 9th, 2006

i want to apply  in cdac this year but i have no enough knowledge about the entranceexam of cdac please help me.

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u r annoying

Answered On : Nov 6th, 2006

I have done BE Mech, in 2005,and lookin for doing cdac computing course.can anyone tell me the courses offered, elegibilty, best course, exam date, and best place to do the course, plzits really urgent,

  
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silpa

Answered On : Nov 6th, 2006

Iam intrested to write exam in ur cdacso if u help me r if u give the oppurtunity i will be thank full

  
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randhir anand

Answered On : Nov 12th, 2006

I want previous year questions paper for cdac for post graduate diploma in advanced software design & development entrence exam.

  
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Geeta

Answered On : Nov 12th, 2006

Hello sir, It will be a great help if you can send some CDAC entrance exam papers...Thanks a lot in advance.Looking forward to your quick reply.Warm Regards,Geeta

  
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samir

Answered On : Nov 13th, 2006

I would comment when i get results

  
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ABHAY

Answered On : Nov 18th, 2006

Wanna papers of previous years for CDAC entrance exam,immegiatly.please.

  
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prathapkumar kalluri

Answered On : Dec 18th, 2006

What is the procedure for entrance exam of CDAC for BTech electronics and communication students and please send me previous entrance exam papers

  
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Mayank Madhav

Answered On : Jan 9th, 2007

Hello, I am working at NCST Mumbai juhu,gave CST 06 G level last yr ,papers as such are not allowed to be taken home.They are submitted at the time of exam.So as such I can't give you the exam papers but can tell you about the exam pattern.GA aptitude paper was very easy and had only maths questions predominantly only 2 English, 25 questions and 1 hr time is good enough for this.DS paper had same 25 questions comprising of Data Structure general concepts Trees,B-trees,and algorithms like breath first search,depth first search,.....very general questions like no. of nodes in m-way tree having s leaf nodes...etc.And questions on Algorithms were like u will be given graphs and expected to solve those graphs using algorithms.Enough time to solve them in detail if you know algo.Like Floyd warshal or Djikastra,...spaning tree.CO/OS paper was mostly of OS theoritical questions checking ur OS knowledge.Small questions of Job Schedulling etc.If  u r preparing for GATE half of ur preapration is done for OS paper.Optional papers consist of  F.4. Web Technology  F.5. Computer Networks  F.6. Database Management F.7. Software Engineering F.8. Java Technologies  F.9. Object-Oriented Programming and C++ F.10. Power Electronics F.11. Embedded Technologyof these Software Engg was easiest for me.DBMS was tough.OOPS C++ easy.Java again had little knowledge so tough for me.2 hrs are enough for 2 of 7 papers.Try attempting atleast 3-4 for better chances of scoring.BEST OF LUCK

  
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Employee ownership can save loss-making companies.  From the following statements, choose that one, which if true, does NOT provide support for the claim above.  (a)   Employee owned companies generally have higher productivity  (b)   Employee participation in management raises morale  (c)   Employee ownership tends to drive up salaries  (d)   Employee ownership enables workers to share in company profits    2) If  log8 3 = 0.5283 and  log8 5 = 0.7740,   then what is the value of log8 45 ?    (a) 1.6553   (b) 1.8306    (c) 3.8066   (d) 0.8178   3) The following represents the summation of two numbers where X, Y and Z represent distinct digits among 0, 1, 2, …, 9.                    XYZ                  ZYX              -----------                  YYZY  What does X represent?  (a) 6      (b) 7      (c) 8      (d) 9   4) Four places A, B, C and D are situated in a city as follows:  B is situated due east of A at a distance of 6 km.  C can be reached from B by travelling 2 km due east and then 4 km due north.  D is situated due west of C and is at equal distance from A and B.  What is the distance between A and D?  (a) 3.5 km     (b) 4 km    (c) 4.5 km     (d) 5 km     5) Any government officer who allows bribery to flourish must be subject to ________ .    (a) stringency (b) stricture (c) vagary (d) mockery   Answers to Sample Questions:  1)  (c)   2)  (b)   3)  (c)   4)  (d)   5)  (b)    Sample Questions for Computer Concepts (CC)  1) Floating point numbers in a computer are represented using a 10-bit mantissa (including a sign bit) and a 6-bit exponent (including a sign bit). What is the approximate value of the maximum number, which can be represented? Assume that the mantissa is stored in the normalised form, that is, without leading zeroes.(a)     264     (b)     263     (c)     232     (d)     231  2) Which one of the following statements is always true?(a)    A compiled program uses more memory than an interpreted program.(b)    A compiler converts a program to a lower level language for execution.(c)    A compiler for a high level language takes less memory than its interpreter.(d)    Compiled programs take more time to execute than interpreted programs.  3) Suppose a system has been evolved, called the ternary system, by creatures having only 3 fingers. Numbers in this system are written down, using the digits 0, 1, and 2, with 2>1>0.       What will be the binary equivalent of 222 in this system?(a)    101010   (b) 11000   (c) 10110    (d) 11010  4)  What will be the value of the C expression?         4 + 6 / 3 * 2 - 2 ?       (a) 3         (b) 4     (c) 5    (d) 6  5)  Consider the following program segment:i = 6720; j = 4;while ( (i % j) = = 0){    i = i / j;    j = j + 1; }    What will be the value of j on termination of the segment?a) 4     (b) 8     (c) 9     (d) 6720   Answers to Sample Questions1) (d)    2) (b)    3) (d)    4) (d)    5) (c)   *************/****************************************  L-LEVEL  Sample Questions for General Aptitude (GA)  Five example questions are given below to apprise candidates of the type of questions they may expect in the exam. Give yourself on an average two and a half minutes to answer each question.1) Stock options for employees are the latest step in progression from management ownership to employee ownership. Employee ownership can save loss-making companies.From the following statements, choose that one, which if true, does NOT provide support for the claim above.(a)     Employee owned companies generally have higher productivity(b)     Employee participation in management raises morale(c)     Employee ownership tends to drive up salaries(d)     Employee ownership enables workers to share in company profits2) If  log8 3 = 0.5283 and  log8 5 = 0.7740,   then what is the value of log8 45 ?   (a) 1.6553   (b) 1.8306    (c) 3.8066   (d) 0.8178  3) The following represents the summation of two numbers where X, Y and Z represent distinct digits among 0, 1, 2, …, 9.             X Y Z             Z Y X        _________            Y Y Z YWhat does X represent?(a) 6      (b) 7      (c) 8      (d) 9  4) Four places A, B, C and D are situated in a city as follows:B is situated due east of A at a distance of 6 km.C can be reached from B by travelling 2 km due east and then 4 km due north.D is situated due west of C and is at equal distance from A and B.What is the distance between A and D?(a) 3.5 km     (b) 4 km    (c) 4.5 km     (d) 5 km  5) Any government officer who allows bribery to flourish must be subject to ________ .   (a) stringency (b) stricture (c) vagary (d) mockery  Answers to Sample Questions:1)  (c)   2)  (b)   3)  (c)   4)  (d)   5)  (b)A.2.3. Sample Questions1) Floating point numbers in a computer are represented using a 10-bit mantissa (including a sign bit) and a 6-bit exponent (including a sign bit). What is the approximate value of the maximum number, which can be represented? Assume that the mantissa is stored in the normalised form, that is, without leading zeroes.(a)         (b)      (c) 2       (d) 2   2) Which one of the following statements is always true?(a)    A compiled program uses more memory than an interpreted program.(b)    A compiler converts a program to a lower level language for execution.(c)    A compiler for a high level language takes less memory than its interpreter.(d)    Compiled programs take more time to execute than interpreted programs.  3) Suppose a system has been evolved, called the ternary system, by creatures having only 3 fingers. Numbers in this system are written down, using the digits 0, 1, and 2, with 2>1>0.       What will be the binary equivalent of 222 in this system?(a)    101010   (b) 11000   (c) 10110    (d) 11010  4)  What will be the value of the C expression?        4 + 6 / 3 * 2 - 2 ?       (a) 3         (b) 4     (c) 5    (d) 6  5)  Consider the following program segment:i = 6720; j = 4;while ( (i % j) = = 0){    i = i / j;    j = j + 1; }  What will be the value of j on termination of the segment?a) 4     (b) 8     (c) 9     (d) 6720  Answers to Sample Questions1) (d)    2) (b)    3) (d)    4) (d)    5) (c)     Sample Questions for Computer Concepts (CC)  1) Floating point numbers in a computer are represented using a 10-bit mantissa (including a sign bit) and a 6-bit exponent (including a sign bit). What is the approximate value of the maximum number, which can be represented? Assume that the mantissa is stored in the normalised form, that is, without leading zeroes.(a)         (b)      (c) 2       (d) 2   2) Which one of the following statements is always true?(a)    A compiled program uses more memory than an interpreted program.(b)    A compiler converts a program to a lower level language for execution.(c)    A compiler for a high level language takes less memory than its interpreter.(d)    Compiled programs take more time to execute than interpreted programs.  3) Suppose a system has been evolved, called the ternary system, by creatures having only 3 fingers. Numbers in this system are written down, using the digits 0, 1, and 2, with 2>1>0.       What will be the binary equivalent of 222 in this system?(a)    101010   (b) 11000   (c) 10110    (d) 11010  4)  What will be the value of the C expression?        4 + 6 / 3 * 2 - 2 ?       (a) 3         (b) 4     (c) 5    (d) 6  5)  Consider the following program segment:i = 6720; j = 4;while ( (i % j) = = 0){    i = i / j;    j = j + 1; }  What will be the value of j on termination of the segment?a) 4     (b) 8     (c) 9     (d) 6720  Answers to Sample Questions1) (d)    2) (b)    3) (d)    4) (d)    5) (c)Sample Questions for Computer Programming in C (CP)1) What will be the output of the following program segment? (Given that ASCII codes are used and that the codes for the lowercase letters are greater than that of the uppercase letters). char c; c = 'C' + 'a' - 'A' + 1; printf("%c", c);(a)     a     (b) p    (c) d      (d) r2)  The following code segment is supposed to print out letters from 'a' to 'z'. What is the smallest piece of code possible to substitute for XXX so that the program does this? char c = 'a'; while(c++ <= 'z') putchar(XXX);   (a) c--      (b) c            (c) c - 1          (d) c++3) The following program segment is supposed to find the number of lowercase letters in the input. There is a bug in one of the lines in the program. lower = 0; while ((c = getchar()) != EOF){     if((c >= 'a') || (c <= 'z'))     lower++; }       Which of the choices below is the correct version of the line?     (a) lower = 1;      (b) if((c >= 'a') && (c < 'z'))     (c) ++lower;        (d) if((c >= 'a') && (c <= 'z'))4)  In the following segment of 'C' code, which of the lines has a syntax error?   char *a, *b, c[100], d[100];   a = b;  (1)   b = d;  (2)   c = a;  (3)   a = c;  (4)     (a) 1   (b) 2   (c) 3   (d) 45)  What does the following program print? void max(int x, int y, int m) {      if (x > y) m = x;     else m = y; } int main(void) {     int i, j, k;     i = 20; j = 5; k = 0;     max(i, j, k);     printf("%dn", k); }  (a) 5     (b) 20     (c) 0     (d) None of these   Answers to Sample Questions1) (c)    2) (c)     3) (d)     4) (c)     5) (c)  /**************************/*****************************  D-LEVEL  Sample Questions for General Aptitude (GA)  Five example questions are given below to apprise candidates of the type of questions they may expect in the exam. Give yourself on an average two and a half minutes to answer each question.1) Stock options for employees are the latest step in progression from management ownership to employee ownership. Employee ownership can save loss-making companies.From the following statements, choose that one, which if true, does NOT provide support for the claim above.(a)     Employee owned companies generally have higher productivity(b)     Employee participation in management raises morale(c)     Employee ownership tends to drive up salaries(d)     Employee ownership enables workers to share in company profits2) If  log8 3 = 0.5283 and  log8 5 = 0.7740,   then what is the value of log8 45 ?  (a) 1.6553   (b) 1.8306    (c) 3.8066   (d) 0.8178  3) The following represents the summation of two numbers where X, Y and Z represent distinct digits among 0, 1, 2, …, 9.             X Y Z             Z Y X        _________            Y Y Z YWhat does X represent?(a) 6      (b) 7      (c) 8      (d) 9  4) Four places A, B, C and D are situated in a city as follows:B is situated due east of A at a distance of 6 km.C can be reached from B by travelling 2 km due east and then 4 km due north.D is situated due west of C and is at equal distance from A and B.What is the distance between A and D?(a) 3.5 km     (b) 4 km    (c) 4.5 km     (d) 5 km  5) Any government officer who allows bribery to flourish must be subject to ________ .  (a) stringency (b) stricture (c) vagary (d) mockery  Answers to Sample Questions:1)  (c)   2)  (b)   3)  (c)   4)  (d)   5)  (b)     Sample Questions for Computer Programming in C (CP)  1) What will be the output of the following program segment? (Given that ASCII codes are used and that the codes for the lowercase letters are greater than that of the uppercase letters). char c; c = 'C' + 'a' - 'A' + 1; printf("%c", c);(a)     a     (b) p    (c) d      (d) r2)  The following code segment is supposed to print out letters from 'a' to 'z'. What is the smallest piece of code possible to substitute for XXX so that the program does this? char c = 'a'; while(c++ <= 'z') putchar(XXX);   (a) c--      (b) c            (c) c - 1          (d) c++3) The following program segment is supposed to find the number of lowercase letters in the input. There is a bug in one of the lines in the program. lower = 0; while ((c = getchar()) != EOF){     if((c >= 'a') || (c <= 'z'))     lower++; }       Which of the choices below is the correct version of the line?     (a) lower = 1;      (b) if((c >= 'a') && (c < 'z'))     (c) ++lower;        (d) if((c >= 'a') && (c <= 'z'))4)  In the following segment of 'C' code, which of the lines has a syntax error?   char *a, *b, c[100], d[100];   a = b;  (1)   b = d;  (2)   c = a;  (3)   a = c;  (4)     (a) 1   (b) 2   (c) 3   (d) 45)  What does the following program print? void max(int x, int y, int m) {      if (x > y) m = x;     else m = y; } int main(void) {     int i, j, k;     i = 20; j = 5; k = 0;     max(i, j, k);     printf("%dn", k); }  (a) 5     (b) 20     (c) 0     (d) None of these  B.3.4. Answers to Sample Questions1) (c)    2) (c)     3) (d)     4) (c)     5) (c)     Sample Questions for Computer Organization and Operating Systems (CO)  1) Which of the following fields must occur explicitly as a part of machine instruction?  (a)   Operation Code   (b)   Source operand reference  (c)   Result operand reference  (d)   Next instruction reference  2) Which of the following is not a feature of RISC architecture?  (a)   Large number of registers  (b)   Pipelining 

  
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sunil verma

Answered On : Jun 2nd, 2012

Sir , I am a student of B.tech.final year with CSE branch in U.P.T.U.. I want the previous year entrance question papers of the c-dac examination.so plz send me..

  
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