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I. There are 6 operations performed to manufacture a computer chip. a,b,c,d,e and f
conditions given
1 only a,b and d are the first opration to be performed
2. operation f is performed immediately after a
3. operation c is performed after f
4. operation e is performed immediately after c

1 If operation a is performed at the third postion then how many combinations are possible
2. if operation b is performed first then how many combinations are possible
3. if c and e operations are replaced by a single operation g then the total no of possibilities are reduced or increased compared to the previous possibilities
4 if operation a is performed first then how many possible combinations are possible
5 if operationm a costs 1, b costs 2, c costs 3 and so on.. then wat will be the manufacturing cost of 81 chips
for the above questions 4 choices were given

II 5 questions to find the missing diagram in series.
four options were given

III Pie chart diagram and 5 questions with four options

IV Blood relations
A is a farmer and he has two sons and a daughter
D is a unmarried daughter
E is a lawyer and brother of C
B is a teacher and wife of C

1. How many unmarried persons are there in family
2. Who is the married family
3. whose occupation is not known
4. how many womens are there in the family
5. who are the sons of a

V Data sufficiency as in rs agarwal or other cat books
VI they will give two statements like
   a. Some cats are dogs
   b. Some dogs are horses
an d then they will give two statements like
 A.Some horses are dogs
 B.all cats are horses

and u have to say whether
I) A is correct
II)B is correct
III) Both A and B are correct
IV) None of them are correct


The criteria was any two 60% and one 65%. ( generally it is 10th and B-tech 65% and 12th 60%)
Important Tips:-

  1. Start from easy questions and then proceed towards the difficult ones.

  2. Make a mindset that the questions which are difficult for you, will be difficult for others too.. But the question which is easy for you may not b easy for others.

The written exam was divided into two sections:

1) Aptitude (30 ques 40 min)

2) English (40 ques 30 min)

we were firstly asked to fill up a simple form.. ( do not forget to carry a passport sized photo with you)..  the aptitude paper was given first…then the English Paper…

The paper was not tough but needs practice and proper time management…for aptitude section follow R.S. Aggarwal “Verbal and non Verbal reasoning”...

Chapters to be followed:-
Section 1

1.       Series completion

2.       Blood Relations

3.       Puzzle Test

4.       Number, Ranking & Time Sequence Test

5.       Data Sufficiency

Section 2

1.       Logic ( This is also known as Syllogism)- Very Important

Section 3

1.       Series

2.       Cubes and Dice.

Some of the ques I remember are-

Ques (1-5) – Ranking

The questions were very easy.

1. Ram is 10th from front and Shyam is 10th from back. if both interchange their positions then Ram is 27th from front, then Shyam’s position from back is
(1) 25           (2) 26       (3)   27      (4) 28

2. Hari stands 10th in the class and mohan stands 17th  from back and there are 4 students in between them then the total strength of the class is…..

Ques (6-10)- Next figure i.e. the 6th figure in the series..

Here five figures were given and we had to find out the next figure in the series from the five figures given as options. These were easy too..

Ques (11-15)- Data sufficiency problems
Ques (16-20)- Graph

Here one graph on Solubility Vs temperature for 6 different compounds like calcium sulphate, calcium chloride, etc.. was given.. 5 ques followed it… this was little tough as there were 6 different lines in a small graph ..

Questions were like- which has the highest solubility… (1) calcium chloride at 29deg  (2)calcium sulphate at 15deg  (3)sodium chloride at 22deg  (4)potassium chloride at 20deg.

Ques (21-25)- Puzzle Test

I don’t remember the whole ques ..it was something like-

There are six persons A,B,C,D,E,F…each person wore a cap and a tie. No person wore same colored cap and tie..caps colour were red,black,brown,yellow,green,white. Tie colors were red,blue,yellow,brown,orange,green… E wore cap as the colour of the F’s tie. C wore cap as the colour of the D’s tie……….

Five questions followed it…

Ques (26-30)- Syllogism

These were really tough…follow the nine rules given in R.S. Aggarwal or follow the rules tought by ur PPT teacher…For Bhubaneswar students follow Nanda Sir’s notes…

The English section was a tough one…for this prepare from Baron’s guide or revise your basics from Wren and Martin…look for the section in the paper which is easy for you and attempt
1. 2 long passages followed by 5 ques each…these passages were very tough…one advice- read the passage once then from the questions try to find out the answers from the passage…this might help you in completing ques (1-10) much faster.. don’t give too much time reading the passage..
2. ques (11-17)- choose the correct sentence out of the four …
3. ques on fill in the blanks with the correct word or phrase
4. choose the best suited words or phrases for the underlined words

By 1 p.m the written exam was over …the results were out by 3p.m. the cut off was around 13 each in Aptitude as well as English section……within 10 min the HR Interview started…

The most important thing to crack the interview is that you have to be well prepared about what is there in your CV…Confidence counts a lot…keep smiling but don’t show your teeth…if you don’t know the answer say politely that you don’t know the answer do not bluff.. the HR will catch you… a person with the above qualities and a good communication skill (in English) can crack the HR interview easily..

The interview was for around 18-20 min…the HR person was very friendly…his questions followed from what I spoke…my questions were-

1.  tell me about yourself…

2.   where do your parents live?

3.  how come you have done schooling from Jamshedpur rather than your native place?

4.  you must be leaving in the hostel?

5.  you from which branch?

6. do you have exposure to computers?(while answering this ques I spoke about my summer course i.e. Network Management in “Linux” environment….so the next questions were from this)

7.  what was the course all about?

8.  what is a switch?

9.  what is routing?

10. name a company which produces switches..(I didn’t knew the answer so I said “I don’t know the answer)

11. then he asked don’t you watch KBC…I replied – “Sir, for the last 3yrs I don’t have access to the television as I stay in the mess..

12. what is Oracle?

13. do you have any interest in sports?(my answer was cricket)

14. are you there in the college team?

15. have you played cricket for your college?

16. then he gave me a Maths ques.- there are X no of students in the class..you have Rs6500..you distributed 6500 among all the students..if 15 more students are included and the same amount is distributed among all then the new share for each gets reduced by Rs30 than the previous one..can u find out the actual no of students(X)? Here he wanted to see that whether I was ready to accept new problems and how I proceed…never say no to these questions.. always give it a try.try until he/she stops you.. then explain him/her what you have done..i gave him the answer and explained what I had done..

17. again he asked me question on cricket- What is China man? – I didn’t knew the answer so replied- “Sorry sir I don’t know the answer

Some other ques which were asked to my friends were like-

1.       what is the meaning of your name?

2.       who invented zero?- Aryabhata

3.       what is the loss in a line? – I^2R loss

4.       why should I hire you?

5.       why Infosys?

6.       tell me about your strengths?

7.       give an example where you have worked as a team.


APTITUDE:(30 Q 40 Minutes):

I. Puzzle type(As in R.S. AGARWAAL)

To manufacture a computer chip 6 operations r required(A,B,C,D,E,F),

Ø      Let B or A or D operations occur first

Ø      Operation C is performed after E

Ø      F comes after A

Ø      E is not performed immediately after F

1. If Operation B occurs first then what is the state of A (Ans is either i) or ii) 
i) 2nd stage  ii) 3rd stage  iii) either  I  and ii  iv) None

2. If a single operation costs Rs.21 then what is the total cost for manufacturing 80 chips…

Similar type of questions.. By specifying the state of any operations and asking to find the other operation states…..

In a family there r five members A,B,C,D,E. and their professions r farmer, doctor, lawyer, trader, nurse.

A)    B (nurse) is the daughter of A, who is a farmer.

B)     C(lawyer) is the brother of E, who is a only married couple in the family.

C)    A has two sons and 1 daughter

D)    The daughter in law of A is a doctor.
Q.6. Among these which one forms the  male group…   (Ans. A,C,E)

Q.7. Female groups…(Ans. B,D)

Q.8. Who is the trader in the family(Ans. E)

Q.9. Who is the doctor in the family(Ans. D)

Q.10. The married couple (Ans. ED)
V  can get the soln. by forming a flowchart……….
A(farmer) his son and daughter


|                                               |                                               |

B(Nurse,daughter)         C(lawyer,son-1)              E(son, married,son-2,trader)


D(doctor, wife of E)


The format is select the missing picture from the four choices…….

Two charts are given… (Follow Data Interpretation in Quantitative Aptitude in R.S. AGARWAAL)

Very easy one….

Only 2 conclusions were given..

V have to identify the correct solution from the 2 given premises.. I got No conclusion for 4 statements..

Learn all the 9 logical rules from R.S.Agarwaal

Sorry Friends…..   I don’t remember the last 5 questions…….
ENGLISH(40 Q-35 Minutes)
1.      2 Comprehensions: (Very Easy one)(Q. 1 to 10)

2.      Underlined statements has to be replaced by an appropriate line (Given 4 choices)(Q. 11 to 18)

3.      Find the right option from the choice given below.(Q. 19 to 25)

4.      Select the correct statements.(Q. 26 to 31)

5.      small paragraphs (Each consists of 1 Q)(Q.32-40)
After 3 hrs the selected list was announced.. Totally 52 selected from our college and I was one among them..  Immediately they called for HR INTERVIEW…. I was too nervous, since this is my first interview… my HR was a lady and she talked very nicely.. the Interview was of general, She gave some situation and asked how I will tackle that solution…  My HR interview is for just 10 minutes……..
After being waited for more than 4hrs I am there in 43 finalists. Atlast I have placed in Infosys…  My friends of other panels faced Qs on puzzles …. Really I am very happy now because from now I am one among Infosys . Friends please be confident and keep belief on  Urself definitely u can be placed in Infosys.

INFOSYS pattern:
1) Reasoning Ability (30 questions ,40 minutes)
           English Aptitude   (40 questions,35 minutes)

2) HR round
They eliminated most of us in written so I would suggest you to prepare well for it..

Only 66 of us got selected for written out of  250..

The most important thing is TIME MANAGEMENT….

I don’t remember the questions well.. but what all I can recollect is here..

A DI ques has to pass through three stages A,B,C.. there are 4 men to check at stage A, 10 men at stage B and 4 men at stage C.. each man works for 10 hrs a day..  A DI ques takes 1 hr at Stage A,2 hrs at Stage B and 1 hr  at Stage C and an apti ques takes 45 mins at Stage A,2hrs at stage B and 1 hr at Stage C.
There were 5 ques based on the data provided..   like…

At most how many DI ques could be solved in a day..

If 3 more men get involved in stage A then at most how many ques can be solved in a day..

They were pretty easy..

5 ques were there to find the odd one among the 5 pictures given for each..

they were a little tricky..

You can find these type of  ques in VERBAL AND NON VERBAL REASONING, R.S   Aggarwal

one of then which I remember is:

find the angle ADC in cyclic quadrilateral ABCD

1.      angle BCD + angle ADC = 77

2.      angle BAD= 55
Remember you don’t have to solve the ques but to find out whether

a) 1 alone is sufficient to answer the question.
     b) 2 alone  is sufficient to answer the question.
     c) either of 1 or 2 is sufficient to answer the question.
     d) both are insufficient to answer the question.
     e) both are required to answer the question.

Ans to above is e

A table of  imports from diff countries to India was given and 5 ques were based on    it.. there  were very lengthy calculations and I would suggest to apply hit and trial here otherwise you’ll end up wasting most of your time.
Practice DI ques from  QUANTITATIVE APTITUTE by R.S aggarwal

5)  A PUZZLE again
It was like there were six people A,B,C,D,E sitting in 2 rows..

B and C can not sit in corner and other relevant data and then 5 ques based on it..

It was very easy..

Practice the puzzles from VERBAL AND NON VERBAL REASONING, R.S            Aggarwal

This is again there in VERBAL AND NON VERBAL REASONING, R.S   Aggarwal

I would sugguest you to go through examples of

Blood relations
  Puzzle test
  Logical Venn Diagrams 
  Ranking and time sequence Test
  Data Sufficiency
  Logic (Just  learn those 9 rules)
Cubes ( go through the ques like a painted cube was cut and then you have to find the no. of  find 1 side painted cubes… and so on..) 
 from VERBAL AND NON VERBAL REASONING, R.S Aggarwal.. n do about 10 examples from each chapter.. n if can arrange for any CAT material then plz do that… it really helps.. the paper is usually lengthy so go for easier first like puzzles, DS and SYLLOGISM.. DI can be tough so do it at end..

At the end of the day its all luck.. so give your best but be prepared for the worst..

The English paper had

1)      2 Reading Comprehensions.. DO them at the end.. they are quite lengthy..

and if you don’t get enough time to read them then try to make out answers by going through glimpse  of the  comprehensions

2) Argument-Conclusion type.

3)  Sentence Correction.

4)  Choosing grammatically correct sentences.

English is easy if you are go at spoken English.. you can not learn English in few days but i would suggest you to go through IMS material on              English.. it’s good..
My HR was really cool..

In HR they judge your analytical ability.. They check for how you handle stress.. your confidence, communicational skills,

presence of mind, overall personality..
me: GOOD AFTERNOON ma’am..

intr: GOOD AFTERNOON.. Have your seat..

me: thank you ma’am…

(then she asked me to sign a paper)

intr: tell me abut your background , your achievements, your education…

me: told (be cool.. don’t get nervous.. they will make it out.. be natural when you answer even if you have prepared the answer  before.. relate your strengths with their requirements.. )

intr: tell me about your family background

me: told ( tell how you have learned from your parents.. they don’t want to know whether your dad is a doctor or an IAS.. they want to know more of  you, so don’t boost about your family but tell them what you learned from their experiences)

intr: what sacrifice your parents have made for you..

me: told..

intr: then she asked me to make 8 equilateral triangles from 12 matchsticks..

me: (they don’t want your answer, they want to judge you presence of mind and how you handle stress.. jst keep trying until she/he asks you to stop)

intr: tell me about your close friends..

me: told..

intr: how do you update yourself..

me: I’m not that good newspaper reader but I do keep record of what is happening around me through internet and television.. ( Don’t lie, if you don’t read newspaper it’s perfectly fine.. )

intr: If fire catches your house and you have a 20*20 box, what will you take in it..

me: I’ll take my certificates and some money in it..

intr: where do you keep all your certificates..

me: told..

intr: if your two close friends utter all bad about you to your project head and you came to know about it from a very reliable source then how will you react..

me: told ( see, they do check how you handle situations… don’t mix up professional life with your personal life.)

intr: okay.. BEST OF LUCK..

me: thank you ma’am.. It was nice meeting you…
Important is to be confident, calm, and to impress the panel...
You should know about the capital of all states in India and major countries.. go through headlines (Budget, elections(newly elected chief ministers..), IT sector.. TATA-chorus) they can ask you to mention 25 news.. You should be well aware of names of all ministers..

All questions are from your CV so be through with it.. always back up your strengths and weaknesses with examples..

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