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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Computer Fundamentals

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of Computer Fundamentals

1. A Kb corresponds to
(a) 1024 bits
(b) 1000 bytes
(c) 210 bytes
(d) 210 bits

2. A superscalar processor has

(a) multiple functional units
(b) a high clock speed
(c) a large amount of RAM
(d) many I/O ports

3. A 32-bit processor has
(a) 32 registers
(b) 32 I/O devices
(c) 32 Mb of RAM
(d) a 32-bit bus or 32-bit registers

4. Information is stored and transmitted inside a computer in
(a) binary form
(b) ASCII code form
(c) decimal form
(d) alphanumeric form

5. The minimum number of bits required to store the hexadecimal number FF is

(a) 2,
(b) 4,
(c) 8,
(d) 16

6. A parity bit is

(a) used to indicate uppercase letters
(b) used to detect errors
(c) is the first bit in a byte
(d) is the last bit in a byte

7. !A 20-bit address bus allows access to a memory of capacity
(a) 1 Mb
(b) 2 Mb
(c) 32Mb
(d) 64 Mb

8. A 32-bit address bus allows access to a memory of capacity
(a) 64 Mb
(b) 16 Mb
(c) 1 Gb
(d) 4 Gb

9.!Clock speed is measured in
(a) bits per second
(b) baud
(c) bytes
(d) Hertz

10. On-chip cache has
(a) lower access time than RAM
(b) larger capacity than off chip cache
(c) its own data bus
(d) become obsolete

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Computer Fundamental

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of Computer Fundamental

1. Numbers are stored and transmitted inside a computer in
(a) binary form
(b) ASCII code form
(c) decimal form
(d) alphanumeric form

2. The original ASCII codes
(a) were 7 bits
(b) 8 bits
(c) represented 256 characters
(d) represented 127 characters

3. The ASCII code of ‘A’ is
(a) 66D
(b) 41H
(c) 0100 0010
(d) 0110 0011

4. The ASCII code of ‘0’ (zero) is
(a) 48D,
(b) 32H
(c) 0011 1000
(d) 42H.

5. The 4-bit binary number 0111 represents
(a) 15,
(b) -7
(c) 7
(d) -1

6. The decimal number 127 may be represented by
(a) 1111 1111B,
(b) 1000 0000B,
(c) EEH,
(d) 0111 1111

7. A byte corresponds to
(a) 4 bits
(b) 8 bits
(c) 16 bits
(d) 32 bits

8. The storage required for an image such as an X-ray is approximately

(a) a few bytes
(b) a few hundred bytes
(c) a few gigabytes
(d) in the megabyte range.

9. A gigabyte represents
(a) 1 billion bytes
(b) 1000 kilobytes
(c) 230 bytes
(d) 1024 bytes

10. A megabyte represents
(a) 1 million bytes
(b) 1000 kilobytes
(c) 220 bytes
(d) 1024 bytes

Orient Flight School

Orient Flight School

Courses Offered




Course Requirement :

Students enrolled at OFS will be given a Student Pilot Licence which authorises flight training with a licenced Flight Instructor. Students are required to take examinations stipulated by the DGCA at Chennai (Madras) or other approved centres to qualify for their licence. The exams are conducted at various cities like Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, etc. The detailed exam schedule can be obtained from the Operations Office. The Radio Telephony exam is conducted every three months at the various cities mentioned above.

Those students who are weak in subjects will be given adequate training to prepare them to the required standards. Only after they attain the required standards, they will be permitted to commence flying training.


Course duration may vary depending on the progress of the students especially in their ability and aptitude in clearing DGCA exams.

The course fees may vary depending on fuel price and airport charges as levied by the government from time to time.


(1) Chennai.

Orient Flight School
Registered & Administrative Office:
P.B.No.1306, 40,GST Road,
St. Thomas Mount,

Chennai - 600 016, India.
Phone No: +91 - 044 - 22341389 / 22342508 / 22342155.
Fax No:
+91 - 044 - 2234 2170
Toll Free No. 1800 425 IFLY (4359)
Email :

(2) Pondicherry

Capt. Budhiraja, C.F.I.
OFS Hanger
Civil Aerodrome, Lawspet,
Pondicherry - 605 008.

TeleFax No. (0413) 2235997.

City Office

No. 5, 100 Feet Road,
Natesan Nagar East,
Pondicherry - 605 005

Phone No.
(0413) 2203486
Fax No. (0413) 2203487

For More Details Please CLICK HERE

Admission To Ph.D from Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology

Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
Mall Road, Delhi-110 007
Ph. No.

Fax: 91-11-27667471

Admission To Ph.D


Masters’ degree in any branch of life sciences/ chemical sciences/ physical sciences / biotechnology/ mathematics/ statistics/ computer science or allied subjects with special interest in biology: M.Sc. candidates should also hold CSIR-UGC (JRF)/ICMR-JRF (fellowship certificate should be valid as on 1st August, 2008 in all the cases. DBT and ICMR fellowship conditions hold allow them to work under non-DBT and non-ICMR funded projects also).


Candidates possessing MBBS/MD/ MCA degree
Upper age limit is 28 years as on 15.05.2008 which is relaxable for SC/ST/OBC/Physically handicapped persons as well as women candidates as per Government of India rules in this regard.

How To Apply:

Applications, available at the Institute website ( have to be duly filled in with all the required attachments and sent electronically on or before 23rd May 2008.


Completed applications (downloaded from can also be sent along with passport-sized photographs to Chairman, Ph.D., program Committee, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology, Mall Road (Near Jubilee Hall), Delhi-110007 so as to reach on or before 23rd May, 2008.


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Admission To B.Ed. General (Tamil and English Medium)


Candidates who have passed the UG degree in the following subjects can apply for B.Ed. through distance mode: Tamil, Tamil literature, English, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Applied Physics, Geo-Physics, Bio-Physicis, Electronics, Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Botany, Environmental Science, Bio-Technology, Plant -Biology, Zoology, Micro-Biology, History, Geography, Applied Geography, Computer Science, Computer Application and Information Technology. Post Graduates in Economics, Commerce and Home Science can also apply.


The Application form and Prospectus can be directly obtained in person either from the University office/B.Ed. Programme Study Centre/ Learning Resource Centre (LRC) by way of Cash / Demand Draft for Rs.500/- drawn in favour of “Tamil Nadu Open University” payable at Chennai.

The Application form and Prospectus can also be obtained by post but only from
the Office of the Tamil Nadu Open University at Guindy, Chennai by sending a
Demand Draft for Rs.550/- drawn in favour of “Tamil Nadu Open University”
payable at Chennai.

The filled-in Application form (OMR Sheet) for Entrance Examination should be mailed in the TNOU’s printed cover (A4 Size brown) with duly filled-in Acknowledgement Card affixed with postage of Rs.6/- to the above address. so as to be received at the University office on or before 30.06.2008


Issue of Application form & Prospectus at TNOU’s Office and at Counselling / Information Centers. 20.04.2008

Last date for issue of Application form and Prospectus at TNOU’s Office and at Counselling / Information Centres. 30.06.2008

Last date for receipt of Filled-in application forms at TNOU’s Office. (Tentative)

Date of Entrance Examination (Tentative) 27.07.2008

Announcement of Entrance Examination results (Tentative) 16.08.2008

Counselling for selected candidates for Admission 20.09.2008, 21.09.2008

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