Bosch written test-2011 @ Vardhaman

Hello friends.

I am giving an outlook of the written test of Robert Bosch held at Vardhaman college of engineering.

The Question Paper Consists Of 60 Questions .

I cant remember the exact question paper. so i am giving the area of questions so that you can prepare accordingly. 

1.) the very first question was related to applications of microprocessor.
             the answer for this question was a wrist watch (since it uses a microprocessor in it).

2.)In one question a logical diagram is given and asked for output when an input if 111 is given.
            You can easily give the answer after seeing the diagram.

3.)Another diagram was given and asked to name it
            the answer was Low pass filter.(so prepare with all diagrams in your ECE books)

4.) Which amplifier is provided with a bootstrap ? 

5.)And a silly question ............... Bridge rectifier has how many diodes ? 

6.) Give the  use of cmos circuits?

7) A control system based question was given in which we are asked to calculate the 
 system function.

8) FET related question was given. 
       so prepare with all electronic devices

9) Which amplifier has the highest input impedance ?

10.)  8086 will have how many address lines and data line?

           so prepare with 8051,8085 related questions too.

11) A network circuit was given we were asked to find out the effective resistance 

12) number of interrupts in a microprocessor?

13.) Coming to C programming questions a small part of code was given and asked to write the output.
         I cant remember the remaining questions. Prepare with all portion of C language because Bosch is an embedded software company which mostly depends upon C related tools.

14.) And there are enough English paragraphs were there to eat my time. try to understand the passage at first time itself so that while giving answers you dont need to read the passage again.they are easy ones only.
Also some sentences were given in jig jag manner and asked to write the correct order.

15.) Numerical ability questions will be asked mostly from RS Agarwal .

all the best.........:)

An ultimate book for c-language

For any kind of interviews,the recruiter will test your C language skills.
It is good to learn C-language from basics and apply each of it while coding.
I am giving a standard C-language book written by Dennis Ritchie. It is in PDF format which you can download.
click here to download C-Language book by Dennis Ritchie


Hello friends,
for BOSCH written test material go to the following  page in this blog

I will also update the interview material soon.......
all the best. Hope you to meet in Bosch.

RRB notification for various engineering posts

      NOTE : Students  awaiting results of the final examination need not apply
      for more details click on RRB notification 2012

Junior Research Fellowship at BrahMos Aerospace ltd

BrahMos Aerospace ltd is calling for Junior Research Fellowship(JRF). follow the notification for more details

for more details click here  Brahmos website


APPSC is recruiting ass. engineers for various engineering branches (viz. civil,mech,electical)
for details go through the link
appsc notification

NPCIL recruitment 2012-execuive trainees

NPCIL is recruiting executive trainees for the year 2012 . the application process begins today from 10:00AM . 18th march is the last date to apply for the online test which is from 16th april to 22nd april

  1. Full time BE / B.Tech / B.Sc Engineering (4 years duration) with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks (aggregate as per the university ordinance ) in any of the engineering disciplines (electronics, electrical,mech,chemical)
  2. Applicants, whose final results are awaited and / or are appearing for the final year / semester examination during April – May 2012, but are otherwise eligible, may also apply. If selected, they will be required to submit the mark-sheet of final result on or before 30th November 2012
for more details visit

Junior Executive posts at airports authority of India

NOTE:  Candidates who are awaiting for their degree results will not be eligible to apply these posts.

follow the link to know more

click here


Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam is  recruiting for research fellows .....

The candidate must have obtained a minimum of 60% marks in one of the engineering
disciplines given below:

(i) Computer Science & Engineering (ii) Metallurgical Engineering (iii) Chemical
Engineering (iv) Mechanical Engineering (v) Electronics & Instrumentation
Engineering (vi) Electronics & Communication Engineering (vii) Electrical &
Electronics Engineering

i) The Application Form and Hall Ticket Form can also be downloaded from the IGCAR
ii) Send the completed Application Form typed on a A4 size sheet and Hall Ticket Form
along with the required enclosures by Post (Registered or speed post of Indian Postal
service) ,so as to reach IGCAR  on or before March 23, 2012 to :

The Administrative Officer–II (Recruitment),
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research,
Kancheepuram District,
Tamil Nadu.

click here for more details


Department of Space, Government of India


Annual Recruitment of Scientists/Engineers 'SC' with BE/B.TECH OR Equivalent Degree in
Electronics, Mechanical


Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO] is engaged in application of Space Science and Space Technology for the development of society at large and for serving the nation by achieving self-reliance by indigenously developing capability to design and develop Space Transportation Systems and Satellites.

The continuing expansion of space applications programmes like Village Resources Centres, telemedicine, tele-education, disaster management support and outreach through Direct-To-Home television reiterates the increasing role played by the Indian space systems in providing various kinds of services to the society. Indian space programme continues to pursue successful goals on all fronts in meeting the objective of achieving self-reliance in space technology and its applications for national development.

The future ISRO programme envisages development of cutting edge technologies for reusable launch vehicle, development of advanced technologies for Human Spaceflight Programme, advanced high efficiency semi-cryogenic propulsion system, advanced communication satellite, air breathing propulsion, satellite based navigation system, high resolution imaging sensors, and inter planetary missions.

Challenging opportunities exist at ISRO to undertake development of innovative technologies and establish the advanced technical infrastructure needed for space exploration and beyond.

ISRO offers the position of Scientist/Engineer `SC' in the pay band of Rs. 15600-39100 with grade pay of Rs. 5400/- to the young graduates in the following specialized fields:-

To get the online application form, please click on the Post Name below for which you want to apply for.
Code Post Name
BE001 Scientist/Engineer SC - Electronics

BE002 Scientist/Engineer SC - Mechanical

  • BE/B.Tech or equivalent in First Class with an aggregate minimum of 65% (average of all semesters for which results are available). Candidates who are slated to complete the BE/B.Tech course in the academic year 2011-12 are also eligible to apply provided final Degree is available by 31.8.2012
Age Limit:
  • 35 years as on 28-02-2012 (40 years in case of SC/ST candidates and 38 years for OBC candidates, Ex-serviceman and Persons with Disabilities[PWD] are eligible for age relaxation as per Govt. of India orders).
For PWD persons, orders on reservation to the extent applicable will be extended for the above posts.
How to apply :

  • The application for on-line registration will be hosted in the ISRO web-site between 08-02-2012 and 28-02-2012. Candidates may visit our web-site at to register their applications on-line between 08-02-2012 and 28-02-2012. Applications will be received on-line only. Upon registration, applicants will be provided with an on-line Registration Number, which should be carefully preserved for future reference. E-mail ID of the applicant will have to be given in the application compulsorily.
  • Payment of Application Fee : There will be an Application Fee of Rs.100/- (Rupees One Hundred Only) for each application. After registration of application on-line, the candidates have to down-load and print the personalized payment challan form, in triplicate, from the ISRO system which will contain the Name of the candidate, Registration Number, Receipt Account Number, Advertisement No., Post No. and Post Code. The candidates may visit the nearest branch of State Bank of India for remittance of application fee to Receipt Account No.32034064593, by using the personalized payment challan of State Bank of India on any day between 08.02.2012 and 29.02.2012. The candidates may down-load and print the personalized payment challan from the ISRO system on any day between 08.02.2012 and 28.02.2012 and remit the application fee before the prescribed last date i.e., 29.02.2012. Upon remittance of the application fee, one copy of the challan form will be retained by State Bank [Bank copy] and remaining two parts will be given to the candidate. Out of the two challan parts, the candidate has to send one part of the challan form [ISRO copy] to Sr. Administrative Officer (ICRB), ISRO Headquarters, Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore -560 231 by post superscribing on the envelope "ICRB - RECRUITMENT OF SCIENTIST/ENGINEER 'SC'" within 7 days of filing of application and in any case not later than 07.03.2012. The remaining one copy of challan form [Applicant copy] shall be retained by the candidate for future reference. The payment shall be made through cash deposit only. Payment of Application Fee in any other form like cash, cheque, draft, money order, IPO, etc. are not allowed. Applications, in respect of which copy of challan form, after remittance of prescribed application fee [ISRO copy] is not received in ISRO HQ, Bangalore on or before 07.03.2012, will not be considered for further processing under any circumstances.
  • Women; Scheduled Castes (SC); Scheduled Tribes (ST); Ex-serviceman [EX] and Persons with Disabilities (PWD) candidates are exempted from payment of Application Fee. However, after registration of application on-line, the candidates have to down-load and print the personalized registration confirmation form, in duplicate, from the ISRO system which will contain the Name of the candidate, Registration Number, Advertisement No., Post No. and Post Code. Out of the two personalized registration confirmation form, the candidates have to send one part of the form [ISRO copy] alongwith a certificate indicated against each category, as below, to Sr. Administrative Officer (ICRB), ISRO Headquarters, Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore -560 231 by post superscribing on the envelope "ICRB - RECRUITMENT OF SCIENTIST/ENGINEER 'SC'" within 7 days of filing of application and in any case not later than 07.03.2012. The remaining one copy of registration confirmation form [Applicant copy] shall be retained by the candidate for future reference.

  • Women Candidate - Gender certificate issued by the Principal of the College where last studied or Attested copy of PAN Card/Voter's ID Card/College ID Card/Passport/Driving License/Ration Card.

    SC/ST candidates - Attested copy of Caste Certificate

    Persons with disabilities(PWD) - Attested copy of Medical Certificate indicating extent of disability issued by Medical Board

    Ex-Servicemen - Attested copy of Discharge Certificate

  • Applications, in respect of which the above certificates are not received alongwith a copy of the registration confirmation form [ISRO copy] on or before 07.03.2012 will not be considered for further processing under any circumstances.
  • Those candidates who are already employed under Central/State Government, Public Sector Undertakings or Autonomous Bodies have to send a `No Objection Certificate' from the employer concerned, duly indicating their Registration Number and Post Code to Sr. Administrative Officer (ICRB), ISRO Headquarters, Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore -560 231 within 7 days of filing of application and in any case not later than 07.03.2012.
Selection Process:
    The candidate should have First Class with minimum 65% marks in the Qualifying Degree ie, BE/B.Tech or equivalent for submission of application on line. Please note that this qualification prescribed is the MINIMUM requirement and the same does not automatically make candidates eligible for written test. Based on the academic performance and bio-data, initial screening will be conducted to short-list candidates for taking-up written test. The written test will be conducted on 21.04.2012(Saturday) at thirteen venues viz., Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Dispur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, New Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram. However, the Organisation reserves the right to cancel/change the written test venue and re-allot the candidates to any other test centre. The call letters for the written test to the short-listed candidates will be sent only by e-mail during the first week of April 2012. Based on the performance of the candidates in the Written Test, candidates will be short-listed for interview. The schedule and venue of the interview will be notified separately to the shortlisted candidates only. Candidates attending the interview will be reimbursed to and fro second-class train fare by the shortest route from the city indicated in the online application form to the place of interview (change of address and city for the purpose will not be entertained)..
Pay and Allowances:
    Selected candidates will be appointed as Scientist/Engineer 'SC' in the pay band of 15600-39100 with grade pay of 5400/-. The gross emoluments in the minimum of pay band will at present be approximately Rs. 33,180/-p.m. In addition, House Rent Allowance [HRA] and Transport Allowance at the prescribed rates in force at the place of posting will be paid for those who are not availing Departmental Housing and Transport facility, respectively. The employees will be governed by the New Pension Scheme. On employment in ISRO, other facilities are available such as medical facilities for self and dependants, subsidized canteen, transport allowance when official transport is not availed, limited housing facility for fresh entrants in lieu of HRA, Leave Travel Concession, Group Insurance, advances for purchase of conveyance, construction of house, etc as per Central Government orders.
Other Conditions/Instructions:
  • The posts are temporary, but likely to continue.
  • The appointees are liable to be posted in any of the Centres/Units of the Indian Space Research Organisation/Department of Space situated anywhere in India as and when required. For details of ISRO Centres/Units, please visit ISRO Centers page
  • Candidates called for interview will have to produce all relevant original documents in proof of details furnished in their applications submitted on-line, at the time of interview. If any information furnished on-line is found to be wrong or false, the candidate will not be interviewed and TA will not be paid.
  • No TA will be paid for attending the Written Test.
  • ISRO reserves the right not to fill up all or any of the posts, if it so decides.
  • Only Indian Nationals need apply.
  • No interim correspondence will be entertained. In case of any clarification candidates may send their mail to
  • Government strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply





UPSC Notification @ 2012

The IAS Exam will consist of three stages: PrelimsMains, and Interview (Personality Test). While the Preliminary exam will be objective in nature, the mains will be written while the personality test is verbal.
You have to clear the preceding stage to reach the next stage of IAS 2012 Exam. For instance you will need to first crack the IAS prelims, then appear for the mains, and based on the marks obtained you may be called for the IAS interview
here is the notification by union public services commission :

the biggest change in UPSC examination pattern is going to be implementing from this year , the introduction of CSAT (preliminary examination)

The 2012 IAS Prelims: What You Need to Know

Here is some basic and important information about the Prelims if you intend to appear for the ias exam in 2012.
  • The IAS Prelims will be objective in nature and consist of two paperscompulsory to all
  • Most questions carry a negative penalty or negative marking of 0.33 marksfor each wrong answer
  • Each paper will of 200 marks each and 2 hours in duration. The number of questions in each paper is not fixed and can vary every year
  • You have to appear for both papers, held on the same day, for your papers to be checked
  • Even if you appear for one paper, your attempt is counted
  • If you merely apply for the Prelims but do not appear for the exam then your attempt is not counted

2012 Prelims Syllabus

As already mentioned, the Prelims is objective in nature and each question carries four choices out of which the candidate has to select one right option. The new CSAT or Prelims syllabus was introduced from the 2011 exam and is as follows.
(Paper 1) (200 marks) - Duration : Two hrs
  • Current events of national and international importance
  • History of India and Indian national movement
  • Indian and World Geography- physical, social, economic geography of India and the world
  • Indian Polity and governance constitution, political system, panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
  • Economic and social development sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
  • General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change-that donot require subject specialization
  • General science.
(Paper II) (200 marks) Duration : Two hrs
  • Comprehension
  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision making and problem solving
  • General mental ability
  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc. (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. Class X level)
  • English language comprehension skills (Class X level)
  • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.
  • The questions will be of multiple choice, objective type.
Apply now :

Information on Google jobs

Nobody likes anything until unless it is it creates some zeal in us.......particularly a job
But here is a company which contains its employees with dynamic energy towards their responsibility,they don't just work but play....they don't wait for a weekend but feels every day as their own.
        and yes it is what you are thinking in your mind,it is the world's most reliable search engine  "GOOGLE"
     its a dream for anyone to be part of such incorporation.but the bad thing for us is Google is not going to come n catch amateurs like us(B.Tech freshers) except IITans.what can we do then is the question now??
   we don't get a place in Google now with out having some practical field work.but it is some what easier when we got some practical knowledge so lets concentrate on the key domain on which Google is working.
   If you want to become a Google Engineer try the following suggestions 
  •    apply for an internship at Google
  •    get some experience in the relevant fields such as Software engineering,visual communications,web based programming etc. and then apply to become a Googler  
   I am providing some information on Internship program at Google here.

key domain: Engineering, Software Engineering

The role: Software Engineering Intern

  • Research, conceive and develop software applications to extend and improve on Google's product offering.
  • Contribute to a wide variety of projects utilizing natural language processing, artificial intelligence, data compression, machine learning and search technologies.
  • Collaborate on scalability issues involving access to massive amounts of data and information.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience in systems software or algorithms.
Excellent implementation skills (C++, Java, Python).
Knowledge of UNIX/Linux or Windows environments and APIs.
Familiarity with TCP/IP and network programming a plus.

   interview @ Google

start planning from now itself to add some weight to your resume
and apply for the internship program at the following link

be sure that your resume in in the following specified format 

you can even go for other jobs at Google like Interaction Designer,User Experience Researcher which require more technical knowledge and live experience which for us is not given at present level education.but be prepared for what they are expecting from us.when you got some experience of 2 or 3 years it is easier for us to move to Google office.all the best

BHEL notification 2011

BHEL is the largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise in India in the energy-related/infrastructure sector, today. BHEL was established more than 40 years ago, ushering in the indigenous Heavy Electrical Equipment industry in India - a dream that has been more than realized with a well-recognized track record of performance. The company has been earning profits continuously since 1971-72 and paying dividends since 1976-77. 
BHEL caters to the core sectors of the Indian Economy, viz. Power, Transmission, Industry, Transportation, Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas and Defence. The wide network of BHEL’s 15 Manufacturing Divisions, 4 Power Sector Regional Centres, 8 Service Centres, 15 Regional Offices, 4 Overseas Offices, 1 Subsidiary and over 100 project sites spread all over India enables the Company to promptly serve its customers and provide them with suitable products, systems and services -- efficiently and at competitive prices. The high level of quality & reliability of its products is due to the emphasis on design, engineering and manufacturing to international standards by acquiring and adapting some of the best technologies from leading companies in the world, together with technologies developed in its own R&D centres.

yesterday there is notification released about the recruitment of 2012 passouts . so please go through the following link   



int a=5,b=2;
printf("%d", a+++b);

(a) results in syntax,
(b) print 7,
(c) print 8,
(d) none,

2. process by which one bit patten in to another by bit wise operation is 
(a) masking,
(b) pruning,
(c) biting,
(d) chopping,

3.value of automatic variable that is declared but not intialized
will be 
(a) 0,
(b) -1,
(c) unpredictable,
(d) none,

4. int v=3, *pv=&v;
printf(" %d %d ", v,*pv);
output will be 
(a) error
(b) 3 address of v,
(c) 3 3
(d) none.

5. declaration
enum cities{bethlehem,jericho,nazareth=1,jerusalem}
assian value 1 to
(a) bethlehem
(b) nazareth 
(c)bethlehem & nazareth
(d)jericho & nazareth



A, B, C, D
A, B, C, D




11. find(int x,int y)
{ return ((x<y)?0:(x-y)):}
call find(a,find(a,b)) use to find
(a) maximum of a,b
(b) minimum of a,b
(c) positive difference of a,b
(d) sum of a,b

12. integer needs 2bytes , maximum value of an unsigned integer is 
(a) { 2 power 16 } -1
(b) {2 power 15}-1
(c) {2 power16} 
(d) {2 power 15} 

13.y is of integer type then expression 
3*(y-8)/9 and (y-8)/9*3 yields same value if 
(a)must yields same value
(b)must yields different value 
(c)may or may not yields same value
(d) none of the above

14. 5-2-3*5-2 will give 18 if 
(a)- is left associative,* has precedence over -
(b) - is right associative,* has precedence over - 
(c) - is right associative,- has precedence over *
(d)- is left associative,- has precedence over *

15. printf("%f", 9/5);
(a) 1.8,
(b) 1.0,
(c) 2.0,
(d) none

previous INTERGRAPH aptitude questions

1. 5-2-3*5-2 will give 18 if

(a)- is left associative,* has precedence over -
(b) - is right associative,* has precedence over -
(c) - is right associative,- has precedence over *
(d)- is left associative,- has precedence over *

2. printf("%f", 9/5);

(a) 1.8,
(b) 1.0,
(c) 2.0,
(d) none
3. if (a=7)
printf(" a is 7 ");
printf("a is not 7");
(a) a is 7,
(b) a is not 7,
(c) nothing,
(d) garbage.

4. if (a>b)
else s2;
s2 will be executed if
(a) a<= b,
(b) b>c,
(c) b<=c and a<=b,
(d) a>b and b<=c.

5. printf("%d", sizeof(""));
(a) error
(c) garbage
(d) 1.

 value of automatic variable that is declared but not initialized will be
(a) 0,
(b) -1,
(c) unpredictable,
(d) none,

7. int v=3, *pv=&v;
printf(" %d %d ", v,*pv);
output will be
(a) error
(b) 3 address of v,
(c) 3 3
(d) none.

8. declaration
enum cities{bethlehem,jericho,nazareth=1,jerusalem}
assian value 1 to
(a) bethlehem
(b) nazareth
(c)bethlehem & nazareth
(d)jericho & nazareth

9. in a group of 5 persons a,b,c,d,e one of the person is advocate, one is doctor, one businesses man, one shop keeper and one is professor. three of them a,c,and professor prefer playing cricket to foot ball and two of them b and businessman prefer playing foot ball to cricket. the shop keeper and b and a are friends but two of these prefer playing foot ball to cricket. the advocate is c's brother and both play same game . the doctor and e play cricket.

10.a cube has colors blue, red ,yellow each on two opposite sides. cube is divided into "32 small cubes and 4 large cubes". question: how many cubes (on 36 cubes) have blue at least one side. how many cubes have colors on two sides.

11. anlogy: cell: tissue::atom:?

12. aa person sold two articles for 80 /- each. with 20% profit on one article and 20% loss on another article, what is the loss / profit he will gain on both.

13. we don't no exact problem .
ex : 8a3b5c7d.....
a wiil be given + sign.
b will be given - sign.
find the value of expression ?

14. five cities. city1 is west to city3.city4 is east to city 5._____etc. which is farthest on west side.

15. one question on: -=+,*=-,/=* etc then 10/5*45=?

16.  6 face of a cube are painted in a manner ,no 2 adjacent face have same colour. three colors used are red blue green. cube is cut in to 36 smaller cube in such a manner that 32 cubes are of one size and rest of them bigger size and each bigger side have no red side. following this three question will be asked .

17. Max number of nodes in a binary tree with height 3 is 20 : Ans: False

18. 10,20,30,40,50,60 : give the order when put in a queue and in a stack

Ans : Queue : 10,20,30,40,50,60

stack : 60,50,40,30,20,10

19. Debugging is the process of finding

Ans : logical and runtime errors

20. trace the error:

void main(){

int &a;

/* some other stuff here */

Ans: syntax error

why intergraph?????

as usually you will find this question in INTERGRAPH interview too...................
your answer must contain the following key words
  • good working environment
  • scope for innovation and research
  • leader in engineering and geospatial software management
  • if u r an ECE student add this line..........INTERGRAPH has cutting edge technology in communications sector,working with upgraded tech. is always my passion.....
   some more material about life@INTERGRAPH

Enthusiastic and energetic engineering and technology professionals at Intergraph Consulting enjoy work immensely and help to deliver the desired services to the customers and take Intergraph to new heights of business excellence.

Intergraph Consulting aims at being a learning organization and provides opportunity to its employees to hone their technical and personal development skills. The robust and well-defined Rewards and Recognition program motivates the employees by recognizing exemplary performance by individuals and teams that contribute to the overall objectives of the Company and the stated mission.

A competitive compensation structure, financial and technical assistance for pursuing higher education, crèche facilities, flexi timings, medical insurance for self and family are some of the facilities and benefits that are extended to the employees at Intergraph.

Intergraph Consulting encourages fun at work. By organizing events like Sports competitions, Festival celebrations, Movie Day outs, picnics, parties, employee meetings, participation in various events like Company day etc. it ensures that high levels of motivation and employee enrichment are sustained 

introduction to INTERGRAPH

Intergraph is the leading global provider of engineering and geospatial software that enables customers to visualize complex data.

Businesses and governments in more than 60 countries rely on
Intergraph’s industry-specific software to organize vast amounts of
data into understandable visual representations and actionable
intelligence. Intergraph’s software and services empower customers
to build and operate more efficient plants and ships, create intelligent
maps, and protect critical infrastructure and millions of people around
the world.

Intergraph operates through two divisions: Process, Power & Marine
(PP&M) and Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I). Intergraph
PP&M provides enterprise engineering software for the design, construction, and operation of plants, ships, and offshore facilities.
Intergraph SG&I provides geospatially powered solutions to the defense and
intelligence, public safety and security, government, transportation,
photogrammetry, utilities, and communications industries

Intergraph is a recognized leader specializing in
infrastructure management solutions for utilities
and integration of engineering and operations
with asset management, delivering productivity
savings of up to 50 percent.
The Intergraph communications infrastructure management
solution not only provides significant advantages
to operators and engineers, but can also
become an integral part of the enterprise IT
system through the following features:
truly open –
INTERGRAPH solution stores all geometry,
the communications network facility model,
business rules validation, and transaction
management in Oracle, an open, standard
6relational database.
 Intergraph takes
advantage of innovative memory management
and a dynamic display cache (DDC) for rapid
data access and display. Intergraph developed
DDC technology to meet public safety 9-1-1
response requirements worldwide. Hundreds
of customers around the globe deploy the
DDC technology where location displays must
be presented to the user within one second
from the time a call is received.
scalable –
 You can scale our solution to support large databases and a large number of
users distributed throughout your organization.
configuation and commercial off-theshelf-based – This parameter-driven (not
API-driven) solution will allow you to take
advantage of product and technology
enhancements more readily.
With more than 400 utility customers worldwide
and more than 40 years of experience in the
utilites industry, Intergraph is the single source for
infrastucture management solutions.

ECE technical interview questions

  1. What is D-FF? 
  2. What is the basic difference between Latches and Flip flops? 
  3. What is a multiplexer? 
  4. How can you convert an SR Flip-flop to a JK Flip-flop? 
  5. How can you convert an JK Flip-flop to a D Flip-flop? 
  6. What is Race-around problem? How can you rectify it? 
  7. Which semiconductor device is used as a voltage regulator and why? 
  8. Explain an ideal voltage source? 
  9. Explain zener breakdown and avalanche breakdown? 
  10. What are the different types of filters? 
  11. What is the need of filtering ideal response of filters and actual response of filters? 
  12. What is sampling theorem? 
  13. What is impulse response? 
  14. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of FIR filters compared to IIR counterparts. 
  15. What is CMRR? 
  16. Explain half-duplex and full-duplex communication? 
  17. Which range of signals is used for terrestrial transmission? 
  18. Why is there need for modulation? 
  19. Which type of modulation is used in TV transmission? 
  20. Why we use vestigial side band (VSB-C3F) transmission for picture? 
  21. When transmitting digital signals is it necessary to transmit some harmonics in addition to fundamental frequency? 
  22. For asynchronous transmission, is it necessary to supply some synchronizing pulses additionally or to supply or to supply start and stop bit? 
  23. BPFSK is more efficient than BFSK in presence of noise. Why? 
  24. What is meant by pre-emphasis and de-emphasis? 
  25. Explain 3 dB cutoff frequency? Why is it 3 dB, not 1 dB? 
  26. Explain ASCII, EBCDIC? 
  27. How to manufacture the CMOS inverter? 
  28. What are the advantages of using C band for satellite communication?
  29. What frequency bands are used in Satellite Communication? 
  30. what is the difference between latch and flipflop?what is the main difference between 8085 and 8086 processors?
  31. What is the purpose of the package around a microprocessor silicon die? 
  32. How can we identify how many states the ripple counter is having by looking at the figure as it can also have some invalid states? 
  33. Design gray to binary code converter? 
  34. What is a BCD? What are its advantages and disadvantages? Why is an excess-3 code is called an unweighted code? 

material for satyam interview

Mahindra Satyam HR Interview 

1)      INTERWR: Tell me about yourself?
2)      INTERWR: Why we should hire u?
3)      INTERWR: Do u have any problem working in different locations?
4)      INTERWR: Ask any questions.
5)      INTERWR: first u will be taken as trainee and u can reach high-level positions depending on your capabilities
6)      INTERWR: what else are your hobbies apart from your CV?
7)      INTERWR: what is your expectation from us?

Mahnidra Satyam Interview Questions:

1.         What were the laws given by Newton and explain them?
2.         What is the difference b/w diode and transistor?
3.         What are the applications of diodes?
4.         What is flux?
5.         What is the difference b/w transducer and transponder?
6.         What are filters and types of filters?
7.         What are synchronous and asynchronous circuits?
8.         What are oscillators what are they used for?
9.         e.g. of an oscillators that is practically used?
10.       What are Maxwell laws?
11.       Difference b/w 8086 and 8085?
12.       Difference b/w microprocessor and Microcontroller?
13.       Define arrays in C
14.       Define pointers with example.
15.       Do you know something about software testing?

Mahindra Satyam Interview Questions:

1) Where do you see yourself after 5 yrs?
2) Why do you want 2 join Mahindra Satyam?
3) What is the difference between Electronics & Communication?
4) What is the difference between Instrumentation & Communication?
5) Write a C program to swap two numbers without using the third variable?
6) One candle completely burns in 60mins. How can u burn it in 30 minutes?
7) You like to read novels, so what kind of novels do you read?
8) Name the authors of the novels that you have read?
9) You said you want to be a responsible citizen of your country, what u exactly            want to do?
10) What are your strengths?
11) If you have to work on tight & hectic schedule. How will you manage?
12) Have you ever lived away from you home and family members?
13) How will u manage to work in distant places away from your home?
14) What about Tech Mahindra impressed you the most?
15) What qualities do you try to find while recruiting freshers?
16) Why Tech Mahindra when any other company can provide you whatever we have             to offer you?
 17) Did you know about Tech Mahindra before the placement drive?
 Mahindra Java Interview Questions 
1) Explain about Core Java?
Java is increasingly used for middleware applications to communicate between Server and clients. Java has features such as multithreading, portability and networking capabilities. Changes in the java library made java as a favorite programming language for developers it added functionality to their scripts.

2) State some advantages of Java?
Platform independence is the key feature of Java during runtime. Syntax of java is similar to the popular object oriented languages such as C and C++. Java program can eliminate most of the bugs present in the program. Manual memory allocation and de allocation feature present in Java is automated.

3) State the main difference between C++ and Java?
The main difference between C++ and Java lies in multiple inheritances. Java Meta class model has a better solution than C++. Persistent objects can be implemented by features such as object serialization and reflection mechanism. GUI can be implemented easily.

4) Explain about the security aspect of Java?
Java has some bugs in its applets. Java team stated that they have zero tolerance over security features and subsequent editions of Java are improving Bug free environment. Some of the features are overriding the runtime stack, disallowing the corruption of memory outside its own process, reading or writing on local files where it is actually forbidden to do these processes, etc.

5) Explain about the interpreter in Java?
Machines should have Java interpreter for the Java byte code to get executed. Linking is a very easy process and this feature helps while developing applications. Java compiler which is available with software development kit is a bit slower in execution of scripts.

6) Explain about the performance aspects of Core Java?
Performance of interpreted byte codes is enough but it can be improved much more than that. Byte codes are translated into machine language within no time, this speed of execution can be achieved during application compiling time. JIT compilers are also present which compile the byte codes into native code.

7) Explain about the dynamic behavior of core java?
This language was designed to adapt the changing environment and behavior. New methods and instance variables can be added to the client side without any major changes happening at the client end. This function is very important for GUI builders, pluggable components, debuggers and object database.

 Explain about Java SDK?
Java SDK is not so comfortable with people used to command line interpreter. IDEs include compilers, editors, debugging facilities, drag and drop techniques, etc. This compiler strives to generate hundreds of lines in code UI. This platform may become a universal platform.

9) What are the three best choices for development environment?
The three best choices for development environment include.
1) Java SDK and text editor can be a perfect choice.
2) Java SDK and a text editor which is built within the SDK.
3) Using IDE such as free Forte community edition.

10)       Explain about Class in Java?
In Java every thing exists within a class. It defines the behavior of the class and its characteristics. Java applications and applets are built in the class. Rules present for class name are generous and some of the basic rules are names should start with a letter after that letter they can have any combination of letters and digits. It can contain names to any length.
11) Explain about data types?
Variables declared should have a declared type. Out of the eight data types four data types are integer, two are floating type integers, one is character type out of which one is Boolean and the other Unicode. Core Java is known to be a strong typed language.

12) Explain about assignment statement?
After declaring a variable, it should be initialized explicitly. Uninitialized variable can never be used. To a declared variable you must assign a variable name on the left, equal sign and a java expression should have a appropriate value to the right.

13) Give the difference between the println method and sqrt method?
Println method operates on the object system.out and has the value which should be printed namely y. sqrt method is a static method. It does not operate on any object. It has the number stored in x for which the square toot should be found out.

14) Explain about strings in Java?
Strings represent nothing but a string of characters. Java does not have any built in string type. It contains predefined class which can be called enough as a String. Instance of a string is called as a string. Much similar to many object oriented languages a + sign is used.

15) Explain the reason behind ending a program with a System. exit (0)?
The reason behind ending a program with System.exit (0) involves technicalities. When main method exits the new thread automatically does not end. The appearance of this thread is because of dialog box functionality. System.exit ends all the methods.

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