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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) - Jobs & Careers

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
www.hal-india.com
HAL Corporate Office
15/1 Cubbon Road
Bangalore 560 001, India
Tel: 91 - 80 - 22866701,22866902 -08
Fax: 91 - 80 - 22867533 / 22868758

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) came into existence on 1st October 1964. The Company was formed by the merger of Hindustan Aircraft Limited with Aeronautics India Limited and Aircraft Manufacturing Depot, Kanpur.

The Company traces its roots to the pioneering efforts of an industrialist with extraordinary vision, the late Seth Walchand Hirachand, who set up Hindustan Aircraft Limited at Bangalore in association with the erstwhile princely State of Mysore in December 1940. The Government of India became a shareholder in March 1941 and took over the Management in 1942.

Today, HAL has 19 Production Units and 9 Research and Design Centres in 7 locations in India. The Company has an impressive product track record - 12 types of aircraft manufactured with in-house R & D and 14 types produced under license. HAL has manufactured over 3550 aircraft , 3600 engines and overhauled over 8150 aircraft and 27300 engines.

For Jobs & Careers details visit: www.hal-india.com/careersnew.asp

Question Paper for Artificial Intelligence of BCA 6th Semester of Punjab Technical University

Paper ID [A0225]
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)
BCA (601) (Old/S05) (Sem. - 6th)
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section -A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A (15 × 2 = 30)

Q1)

a) What is state space representation in problem solving?

b) Define Breadth first search algorithm.

c) List the advantages disadvantages of Depth first search algorithm?

d) What is problem decomposition?

e) List the drawback of a heuristic search technique.

f) Define Inheritable knowledge.

g) Explain mapping between facts and representations using suitable diagram.

h) What is inferential adequacy?

i) What is Isa hierarchy of attributes?

j) Define frame axioms.

k) List the advantages of strong slot and filler structures.

l) Explain top down parsing.

m) Define conversational postulates.

n) Explain intersectional search in semantic nets.

o) What is inferential distance?

Section - B (9 × 5 = 45)

Q2) Explain the four categories of a production system.

Q3) Explain the water jug problem and its solution using production rules.

Q4) Briefly list the issues involved in design of general-purpose search technique.

Q5) What the steps involved in providing formal description to a problem.

Q6) Convert the following well formed formula to cluse form Roman(x) V know (x, Marcus) V hate(x, Caesar) V hate(y, z) V thinkcrazy(x, y).

Q7) Explain Propositional resolution algorithm.

Q8) How can we speed up the resolution process?

Q9) What are the qualities of a good knowledge representation system?

Q10) Explain the Morphological, Syntactic & Semantic phase of natural language processing.

Q11) Explain Script using a suitable example.

Q12) Represent the following fact using partitioned semantic net

Every dog has bitten a mail carrier.

Q13)
How will you represent the following knowledge using conceptual dependency assuming the primitive action INGEST is available.

John ate ice cream with a spoon.

Question Paper for Computer Graphics of BCA 5th Semester of Punjab Technical University

Paper ID [A0223]
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)
BCA (503)(Old/S05) (Sem. - 5th)
COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section -A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A (15 × 2 = 30)

Q1)

a) What is a Digitizer?

b) Why wonít a light pen work with a liquid crystal display (LCD)?

c) Differentiate line and dot matrix printer.

d) How many bits are required for ASCII code transferring information from Keyboard to computer & why?

e) What are the major components of a Flat Bed plotter?

f) List some disadvantages of LCDs.

g) Define persistence in terms of CRT.

h) What are the major components of LCD?

i) What are the difference between raster scan CRTs and random access or vector CRTs?

j) What are the four major adverse side effects of Scan Conversion?

k) Write the general form of a scaling matrix with respect to a fixed point P(a, b)?

l) Write down the three sequences of transformations for complete 3D viewing process.

m) Find the equation of Line y' = m x' + b in x' y' coordinate system results from 90 degree rotation of xy coordinate.

n) What do you mean by 3-D Scaling geometric Transformation?

o) What do you mean by Projection? What are its basic methods of Projection?

Section - B (9 × 5 = 45)

Q2) Write a Note on Joysticks.

Q3) Explain the working of Touch Screen panel.

Q4) What are the Flat bed plotters? Explain the various components of Flat bed Plotter.

Q5) Draw a diagram of a CRT and label its five major components.

Q6) What are the three major approaches used to design a touch sensitive screen and how do they work?

Q7) Indicate which raster locations would be chosen by Bresenhamís algorithm when scan converting a line from screen coordinate (2, 2) to screen coordinate (9, 6).

Q8) What are the steps required to plot a line using the slope method?

Q9) Describe the transformation ML which reflects an object about a Line L.

Q10) Draw the isometric and dimetric projections of a unit cube onto the xyplane.

Q11) Find the equations of the planes forming the View Volume for general parallel projections.

Q12) Perform a 30 degree rotation of a triangle A(0, 0), B(1, 1) C(5, 2) about origin and about P(-1, -1).

Q13)
How do we determine whether a Point P is inside or outside the View
Volume.

Question Paper for Introduction To Microprocessor of BCA 2nd Semester of Punjab Technical University

Paper ID [A0215]
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)
BCA 305 (Old/S05) (Sem. - 2nd)
INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSOR

Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section -A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A (15 × 2 = 30)

Q1)

a) Define the term word length.

b) What is the function of address bus and also specify the direction of information flow on the address bus?

c) Why are the program counter and the stack pointer 16-bit registers in 8085?

d) Explain the function of ALE in 8085.

e) Specify four control signals used by 8085.

f) What are the different modes in which 8086 works?

g) List limitations of 16-bit microprocessor.

h) What is a flag? List all the commonly used flags in 8086.

i) What do you understand by pipelining?

j) List the processing units of 8086.

k) What is the requirement of interrupt controller?

l) Explain why each channel in 8257 DMA controller is restricted to 16K bytes of data transfer.

m) What is a hardware interrupt?

n) What is application of DMA?

o) What is the role played by current word register in 8237?

Section - B (9 × 5 = 45)

Q2) Discuss fetch operation and execute operation of Intel 8085.

Q3) Classify 8085 instructions in various groups. Give examples of instructions for each group.

Q4) Write a program for addition of two 8-bit numbers stored in memory locations FC00 and FC01 (using 8085 microprocessor).

Q5) Write a short note on CISC processors.

Q6) Discuss the register organization of 8086. Discuss the function of each register.

Q7) Explain the meaning of the following 8086 instructions: LOOP, DAA, CBW, IMUL, ROR.

Q8) Discuss various addressing modes of 8086.

Q9) Discuss the application areas of 16-bit microprocessor.

Q10) Explain in detail working of 8237 DMA controller.

Q11) Write a short note on arithmetic coprocessor.

Q12) Discuss cycle stealing and burst mode of DMA.

Q13) How will you select a microprocessor for a particular application?

Question Paper for Object Orient Programming Using C++ of BCA 3rd Semester of PTU

Paper ID [A0214]
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)
BCA (304)(S05/Old) (Sem. - 3rd)
OBJECT ORIENT PROGRAMMING USING C++


Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section -A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A (15 × 2 = 30)

Q1)

a) What do you mean by library files?

b) What is #include directive?

c) Explain the for loop.

d) What is breakh statement?

e) How pointers are defined?

f) How objects are defined for a class?

g) What are constructors?

h) What is the purpose of class specifiers(declaration)?

i) Explain inheritance.

j) Explain the operator keyword.

k) What are pointer variables?

l) What is putline() function?

m) Explain iostream class.

n) Describe open() function.

o) Tell what this statement defies: employee emplist[1000];

Section - B (9 × 5 = 45)

Q2) What are the various loop control statements in C++? Explain briefly.

Q3) Give Various Basic C++ Data types with their keywords and details.

Q4) Assume you want to generate a table of Arithmetic progressive series(AP) of any given number. Write a program that allows the user to enter the number and then generates the table, formatting it into ten columns and 5 lines.

Q5) A Point on the 2-D plane can be represented by two numbers: an X-coordinate and Y-Coordinate. For example, (2, 3) represents a point 2 units to the right of the origin along the x-axis and 3-units up the y-axis. The product of the two points can be defined as new point whose x-coordinate is the product of the X-coordinate of the two points, and whose y-coordinate is the product of their y-coordinates. Write a program that uses a structure called point to model a point. Define three points, and have the user input values to two of them. Then set the third point equal to the product of the other two, and display the value of the new point.

Q6) Define pointers. How the arguments are passed in a function using pointers.

Q7) Differentiate between private and protected class. Elaborate with suitable example.

Q8) Create a Class that imitates part of the functionality of the basic data type int. Call the class Int. the only data in this class is an int variable Include member function to initialize Int to 0, to initialize it to an int value, to display it, and to add two Int values. Write a program that exercise this class by creating two initialized and one uninitialized Int values adding these two initialized values and placing the response in the uninitialized value and then displaying this result.

Q9) Imagine a publishing Company that markets both books and audiocassettes version of its works. Create a Class publication that stores the title and price of a publication. From this class drive two classes: book, which adds a page count; and tape, which adds a playing time in minutes. Each of these three classes should have a getdata() function to get its data from the user at the keyboard and a putdata() function to display its data. Write a main () program that creates an array of pointers to publication.

Q10)
Write a program that returns the size in bytes of a program entered on the command line: C:/>filesize program 1.text

Q11) Explain the following:

(a) Open() function
(b) Redirection

Q12) Write simple program to read some lines of the file named "text1.text".

Q13) Explain the following functions

(a) seekp()
(b) getdata()
(c) putdata()
(d) tellp()

Question Paper for MIS of BCA 3rd Semester of PTU

Paper ID [A0212]
(Please fill this Paer ID in OMR Sheet)

BCA (302) (Old / S05) (Sem. - 3rd)
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section - A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A (15 x 2 = 30)

Q1)

a) What are different types of information?

b) Differentiate between decomposition of a system and integration of sub-systems.

c) What do you mean by Data Capturing?

d) What are various dimensions of information?

e) What do you mean by relevance of information?

f) What are common elements of any system?

g) Differentiate between MIS and Business expert system.

h) What is the role of database in information system?

i) What is the use of Decision Tree?

j) Differentiate between ‘decision’ and ‘decision making process’.

k) Give the importance of system maintenance.

l) Why we need conceptual design of MIS?

m) What is cost-based evaluation of MIS?

n) Differentiate between corrective and adaptive maintenance.

o) Differentiate between conceptual and detailed design.\

Section - B (9 x 5 = 45)

Q2) Discuss the role of MIS in various phases of decision marking.

Q3) Explain various characteristics of MIS.

Q4) With the help of diagram, explain the concept of DSS.

Q5) What are different categories of MIS? Explain.

Q6) Give the structure of MIS based on its organizational functions.

Q7) What is structure Analysis? Briefly discuss the rules used in structured analysis.

Q8) Describe Product-Based MIS evaluation.

Q9) What is meant by system analysis? Discuss its main functions.

Q10) Discuss various pitfalls in the development of MIS.

Q11) Differentiate between structured and unstructured classes of decision.

Q12) Discuss SIMON’s model of Decision making.

Q13) Briefly describe various models for MIS evaluation.

Question Paper for Math - II (Computer Oriented Methods) of BCA 3rd Semester - Punjab Technical University

Paper ID [A0211]
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)
BCA (301) (Old / S05) B.Sc. IT (404) (New) (Sem. - 3rd)
MATH -II (Computer Oriented Methods)

Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section - A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A Q1) (15 × 2 = 30)

a) State the both Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for maxima or minima of a function.

b) Define a matrix and its rank.

c) When two matrices A and B are said to be conforable to multiplication?

d) Find the maxima or minima for the function f(x) = 2x3 - 21x2 + 36x - 20.

e) What is Gauss elimination method of solving system of simultaneous equations?

f) What is a determinant? Give its one important property.

g) Given
X =
[7 0]
[2 5] and
Y =
[1 3]
[1 -4] and
Z =
[4 7]
[2 6]

Show that (A + B) + C = A + (B + C)

h) What is measures of Dispersion? Name two important measures which you like.

i) What is a frequency distribution Table? Give its one use.

j) What is coefficient of skewness?

k) Compare and contrast Integral of a function and definite integral.

l) Explain Trapezoidal method of Numerical Analysis.

m) What is Simpson 1/3 rule? Give its one application.

n) Find the cost function for a product whose marginal cost function is MC= 5+8X, given that fixed cost is 250.

o) What is Integration by partial fractions? Give its one application.

Section - B (9 × 5 = 45)

Q2) Find the value of
|4 3 1|
|1 3 2|
|2 1 5|

Q3) Find the inverse of A =
|3 0 2|
|1 5 9|
|6 4 7| if it exist.

Q4) Solve the following system of Equations using matrix inverse method, if the solution exist.
5x + 7y = -2
4x + 6y = -3

Q5) Explain Gauss Jordan method of solving simultaneous Equations with an example. Also give its advantages over other methods.

Q6) Following is record of percentage of dividend declared by selected listed companies during the year.

% age of Dividend: 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-25, 25-30, 30-35, 35-40, 40-45
No of Companies: 5, 6, 15, 10, 5, 4, 2, 2

Calculate coefficient of variation for the data and interpret the results.

Q7) Compare and contrast the following as measures of central tendency.

(a) Mean v/s Median.
(b) Median v/s Mode.
(c) Percentile v/s Quartiles.

Q8) Differentiate the following w.r.t. x.

(a) Whole Square Root of 1 - x2 ( X Square) / 1 - x

(b) Square Root of a + x - Square Root of a - x / Square Root of a + x + Square Root of a - x

Q9) Find maxima and minima for the following function

(a) y = 1/3x3 - 2x2 + 4x + 1
(b) y = 4x + 1/x

Q10) Integrate the following w.r.t. x

(a) y = x(x-2) ( x-2 has power of 1/3)
(b) y = 1 + cosx / x + sinx

Q11) Integrate the following w.r.t. x

(a) ∫2x+1/x2--2x+1 dx
(b) ∫ x/1-x dx (∫ has limit 0 to 1)

Q12) If Marginal Cost = MC = a/Square Root of ax + b , and if cost of zero output (x) is zero, find the total cost as a function of x.

Q13) Compare and contrast different Numerical Integration techniques and give atleast one application of each.

Question Paper for Math - I (Discrete) of BCA - Punjab Technical University

Paper ID [A0208]
BCA (203) (Old) / (S05) (Sem. - 2nd)
B.Sc. IT (202) (New)
MATH - I (Discrete)
(Please fill this Paper ID in OMR Sheet)


Time : 03 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75

Instruction to Candidates:

1) Section - A is Compulsory.
2) Attempt any Nine questions from Section - B.

Section - A

Q1) (15 x 2 = 30)

a) Define inverse relation with example.

b) Define into and onto functions.

c) Prove A ∪ B = B ∪ A.

d) Draw venn diagram for the symmetrical difference of sets A and B.

e) Define partition of a set with example.

f) Form conjuction of p and q for the following: p : Ram is healthy, q : He has blue eyes.

g) If p : It is cold, q : It is raining, write the simple verbal sentence which describe (i) p ∨ q (ii) p∨ ~ q.

h) Define logical equivalence.

i) Prove that proposition p∨ ~ p is tautology.

j) Define Biconditional statement.

k) Define undirected graph with example.

l) Edge of a graph that joins a node to itself is called? And Edges joins node by more than one edges are called?

m) Define Null graph with example.

n) Does there exist a 4 - regular graph on 6-vertices, if so construct a graph.

o) Prove V (G1 ∩ G2) = V(G1) ∩ V (G2) with example.

Section - B (9 x 5 = 45)

Q2) Let R = {(1, 2), (2, 3), (3, 1)} and A = {1, 2, 3}. Find Reflexive, symmetric, and transitive closure of R using composition of relation R.

Q3) If f : A → B and g : B → C be functions, then prove
(a) If f and g are injections, then gof : A → C is an injection.
(b) If f and g are surjections then so is gof.

Q4) Prove that A – (B ∩ C) = (A – B) ∪ (A – C).

Q5) Show that set of real numbers in [0, 1] is uncountable set.

Q6) A man has 7 relatives, 4 of them are ladies, and 3 are gentlemen, his wife has 7 relatives and 3 of them are ladies and 4 are gentlemen. In how many ways can they invite a dinner party of 3 ladies and 3 gentlemen so that there are 3 man’s relatives and 3 of wife relatives.

Q7) Using truth table show that ~ p ∧ q ( ) ≡ ~ p ( )∨ ~ q ( ).

Q8) Consider the following: p : It is cold day, q : the temperature is 50°C write the simple sentences meaning of the following:
(a) ~ p
(b) p ∨ q
(c) ~ p ∨ q ( )
(d)
~ p∧ ~ q
(e)
~ ~ p∨ ~ q ( )

Q9) Prove that following propositions are tautology.
(a) ~ (p∧ q) ∨ q
(b) p⇒ p ∨ q ( )

Q10)Show that two graphs shown in figure are isomorphic.

Q11)Prove a non-empty connected graph G is Eulerian if and only if its all vertices are of even degree.

Q12)Define graph coloring and chromatic number with two examples of each.

Q13)Prove a simple graph G has a spanning tree if and only if G is connected.

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