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NAC-Tech - NASSCOM Sample Test Papers

NAC-Tech - NASSCOM Sample Test Papers

Section 1 - Verbal Ability

No. of Questions: 15
Duration in Minutes: 15
Directions for Questions 1-5:

Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.


Are we alone? The question has tickled the human imagination for years, perhaps ever since our earliest ancestors looked up at the night sky into the endless sea of stars. Is anyone else out there?

Humans do not yet have a definitive answer to the question, but a team of astronomers running computer simulations of planet formation has found that Earth-like planets with enough water to support life could be fairly common.

The team ran 44 simulations of planet formation near a sun and found that each simulation produced one to four terrestrial (rocky, Earth-like) planets, including 11 planets at about the same distance from their stars as Earth is to the sun.

"It's hard to say we sampled exactly the conditions in the galaxy in which terrestrial planets form, but in the cases we chose, an Earth-like planet formed in about a quarter of the cases," said Sean Raymond, an astronomer at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Raymond is the lead author of a paper on the simulations, recently accepted for publication in the astronomy journal Icarus. The co-authors are Thomas Quinn at the University of Washington and Jonathan Lunine at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

The simulations show a wide variety of planets forming; everything from dry planets like Mars, to Earth-like planets, to planets three times as large as Earth with 20 times as much water.

Greg Laughlin, an astronomer at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and expert on planet formation, said he agrees with the interpretation that the universe may be full of a variety of planets, including Earth-like planets with significant water to harbor life.

"There is nothing in our current understanding of planet formation and planetary systems to suggest that the basic architecture of our solar system is particularly unusual", he said.


1) From the passage, we can conclude that there is__________ possibility of life on any planet other than Earth:


A) No
B) Very low
C) Very high
D) Cannot be determined

2) Icarus is a/an:

A) Astrology journal
B) Weekly magazine
C) Aircraft
D) Astronomy journal

3) The simulations conducted showed all of the following results EXCEPT:

A) Each simulation produced one to four Earth-like planets.
B) Earth-like planets may be quite common
C) Earth-like planet formation occurred in about 25% of the cases
D) Earth-like planet formation of a much larger size with hydrogen seas instead of water.

4) Greg Laughlin is:

A) An astronomer
B) An expert on planet formation
C) Both an astronomer and an expert on planet formation
D) Lead author of Icarus

5) What can be said about the simulations?

A) They were conducted and the results taken from a real life situation.
B) They were sampled exactly in the conditions in which the planets in a galaxy are formed.
C) In about a quarter of the cases an Earth like planet was formed.
D) The simulations show that the variety of planets forming is very low.

Directions for Questions 6-9:


Choose the option, which will CORRECTLY fill the blank.

6) The speech was filled _______ examples.


A) From
B) Of
C) With
D) In

7) The subscription rate of a magazine is Rs.50 __ the first three months and this increases to Rs.120 if it is______ one year.


A)
In, from
B) For, for
C) For, of
D) In, for

8) We found it difficult to agree _______ what to do with the money.

A) On
B) For
C) At
D) With

9) The Germans suffered heavy losses _______ World War II.


A)
From
B) During
C) Into
D) With

Directions for Questions 10-12:


Choose the word nearest in meaning to the word in ITALICS from the given options.

10) The doctor in the village turned out to be a quack.

A) Duck Lover
B) Pretender
C) Duck Hater
D) Genius

11) Is there any alternate method to arrive at the answer?


A) Different
B) Easy
C) Substitute
D) Effective

12) At the party, she was piqued with the gentleman in the red shirt.

A) Annoyed
B) Pleased
C) Flirting
D) Shy

Directions for Questions 13-15:


Choose the answer option which will CORRECTLY fill the blank.


13) _______ first episode of the new serial is going on air tonight.

A)
The
B) A
C) An
D) No article required

14) He remembered that _____ moon looked lovely that night.


A) A
B) An
C) The
D) No article required

15) __ engineers, who appeared for __ test and failed, were given __ alternative to join as assistants in a different department.


A) The, the, a
B) The, the, an
C) An, a, the
D) An, an, an

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Section 1 - Verbal Ability
Section 2 - Analytical & Numerical Ability
Section 3 - Learning Ability

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Admission To PGDCTE 2008 of CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF TOOL DESIGN

MSME TOOL ROOM - HYDERABAD
CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF TOOL DESIGN
(A Govt.of India Society-Ministry of MSME)
Balanagar, Hyderabad-500 037(A.P.) INDIA
(An ISO 9001:2000 Institution)
Ph: 040-23772749, 23776178, 23772747 Extn.:213, Fax:040-23772658
E-mail: citdcadcam@citdindia.org
Website: www.citdindia.org

ADMISSION NOTICE - 2008

Central Institute of Tool Design is a premier Institute in Asia to provide specialized training in tool engineering. The objective of the Institute is to meet the requirements of the Industries in the field of Tool Design and manufacturing and to train the technical personnel in these fields. The Institute was established in the year 1968 by the Govt. of India with assistance of UNDP and ILO.

Applications are invited in the prescribed form for admission into the following course commencing from September., 2008.

Course: Post Graduate Diploma in CAD/CAM for Tool Engineering (PGDCTE)

One year (2semesters)

Eligibility: B.E (Mech.)/B.E (Prod.) or recognized equivalent qualification

No. of seats
: Total - 40

Course Fee: Rs. 30,000/- per semester

Mode of Selection :

A) Selection of candidates through Entrance Test : Candidates will be selected through entrance test for PGDCTE. Selection is purely based on merit in the written test conducted by CITD, Hyderabad.

Date of Entrance Test and Centre : 31-08-2008 (Sunday) at CITD, Hyderabad.

How to Apply : Prescribed application form and prospectus (containing rules and syllabus for Entrance Examination) can be had from CAD/CAM Department, Central Institute of Tool Design, Hyderabad – 500 037, by paying cash or a crossed Demand Draft of Rs. 300/- (S.C/S.T candidates Rs. 100/- and free of cost for PH Candidates) drawn in favour of Principal Director, CITD, Hyderabad, on any Nationalized Bank, Preferably State Bank of Hyderabad, Balanagar branch, Hyderabad – 37. The S.C/S.T Category candidates need to enclose a copy of Cast Certificate attested by Gazetted officer.

Applications can also be down loaded from our website www.citdindia.org and the filled in application forms can be sent to the Director, CITD (CAD/CAM), Central Institute of Tool Design, Hyderabad – 500 037 along with Demand Draft as mentioned above.

IMPORTANT DATES


Commencement of issue of application forms: 09-05-2008.
Last Date for submission of application forms: 25-08-2008.
Last Date for submission of application forms with late fee of Rs. 200/-: 28-08-2008.
Date of Entrance Exam: 31-08-2008.
Date of Counseling: 12-09-2008.
Date of Commencement of Course: 15-09-2008.

Note:

i)
Candidates appearing for final year Degree Examination can also apply provided they secure a final pass in the qualifying exam at the time of the admission and they should produce the proof of passing the examination well before the finalization of admissions.

ii) Reservation for S.C/S.T category is considered as per Govt. of India rules.

iii ) The Institute is not responsible for any postal delay.

iv) The seats advertised are provisional and the Institute reserve the right to increase or decrease the no. of seats.

v) The rules made by the Institute regarding selection and closure of the admissions shall be final and the Institute reserve the right to alter, vary, change and / or modify the rules governing the admissions.Candidates are advised to refer the prospectus for further details.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PROSPECTUS

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM

For More Details Please Visit: www.citdindia.org

Admission Notice 2008 for Post Graduate Diploma in Mechatronics of CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF TOOL DESIGN

CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF TOOL DESIGN
MSME TOOL ROOM - HYDERABAD
(A Govt.of India Society-Ministry of MSME)
Balanagar, Hyderabad-500 037(A.P.) INDIA
(An ISO 9001:2000 Institution)
Ph:040-23772749, 23776178, 23772747 Extn.:213, Fax:040-23772658
E-mail: citdcadcam@citdindia.org.
Website: www.citdindia.org

ADMISSION NOTICE - 2008

Central Institute of Tool Design is a premier Institute in Asia to provide specialized training in tool engineering. The objective of the Institute is to meet the requirements of the Industries in the field of Tool Design and manufacturing and to train the technical personnel in these fields. The Institute was established in the year 1968 by the Govt. of India with assistance of UNDP and ILO. Applications are invited in the prescribed form for admission into the following course commencing from September, 2008.

Course: Post Graduate Diploma in Mechatronics (PGDM) For B.Sc & B.E/B. TECH

Two Years (4 Semesters):

Eligibility: B.Sc in Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/ Electronics/Computer Science.

No. of Seats: 20

Course Fee: Rs. 20,000/- per semester

One Year (2 Semesters):

Eligibility: B.E/B.Tech in Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics/ Instrumentation / Mechatronics / Automobile or Equivalent.

No. of Seats: 20

Course Fee:
Rs. 20,000/- per semester

1) Course Contents:


For B.Sc Candidates

I Year: Applied Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Workshop Technology I, Work Shop Technology II, Engineering Drawing, Workshop Practice, Material Science, Enginering Metrology.

II Year: Applied Industrial Pneumatics, Applied Industrial Hydraulics, Mechanical Engineering (Materials for Tooling, Design Practice, Cutting Tools, Metrology and Quality Assurance, Die Casting Dies, Plastic Moulding Tools, Press Tools, Jigs & Fixtures) Electrical Engineering, Applied Electronic Control for Automation, Micro Controllers and PLC’s. Sensor Technology, Mechatronics Technology, Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic.

For B.E/B.Tech Candidates

I Year:
Applied Industrial Pneumatics, Applied Industrial Hydraulics, Mechanical Engineering (Materials for Tooling, Design Practice, Cutting Tools, Metrology and Quality Assurance, Die Casting Dies, Plastic Moulding Tools, Press Tools, Jigs & Fixtures) Electrical Engineering, Applied Electronic Control for Automation, Micro Controllers and PLC’s. Sensor Technology, Mechatronics Technology, Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic.

2) Mode of Selection:

A) Selection of candidates through Engrance Test:

Candidates will be selected through entrance test for PGDM. Selection is purely
based on merit in the written test conducted by CITD, Hyderabad.

B) Candidates appearing for final year Degree Examination can also apply provided
they secure a final pass in examination well before the finalization of admissions.

3) How to Apply : Prescribed application form and prospectus (containing rules and syllabus for Entrance Examination) can be had from LCA Department, Central Institute of Tool Design, Hyderabad - 500 037, by enclosing a crossed Demand Draft of Rs.300/- (SC/ST candidates Rs.100/-) drawn in favour of Principal Director, CITD, Hyderabad, on any Nationalized Bank, payable at Hyderabad. The S.C/S.T Category candidates need to enclose a copy of Caste Certificate attested by Gazetted Officer. Applications can also be down loaded from website www.citdindia.org and the filled in application forms can be sent to the Director, CITD (LCA), Central Institute of Tool Design, Hyderabad - 500 037 along with Demand Draft as mentioned above.

IMPORTANT DATES:

4) Commencement of issue of application forms : 10-06-2008.
5) Last Date for submission of application forms : 28-08-2008.
6) Last Date for submission of application forms with late fee of Rs. 200/- : 29-08-2008
7) Date of Entrance Exam 01-09-2008. MONDAY at CITD, Hyderabad.
8) Date of Counseling : 13-09-2008.
9) Date of Commencement of Course : 15-09-2008

For More Details Please Visit: www.citdindia.org

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