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**TCS NQT 2021 Interview Question** **|Set 2**

**Para Jumbles:** TCS NQT 2021 Interview Question

**TCS NQT Sample Para
Jumble Questions**

**Arrange the
following statements in the correct order of occurrence.**

**Question 1**

1) I think even more urgent than

privatizing existing state-owned firms is to allow the entry of private firms

into sectors earlier reserved for the state.

2) Indian thinking has traditionally

been encumbered by a zero-sum view of the economy.

3) In reality, economic life is full of

complementarities.

4) A government that facilitated private

business was assumed to be working against the interest of the workers and the

public sector.

- 4321
**2431**- 1432
- 4123

**Question 2**

1) Mrs Geetha’s personality sets her

apart from the rest.

2) Nothing is too small for her

attention.

3) She has a fanatical devotion to

detail.

4) This is what makes her a different

person.

- 1234
**1324**- 1432
- 4123

**Question 3**

A is the first statement of this para jumble,

the others need to be arranged after A. Any answers for the best logical

sequence possible?

A) Personal experience of mothering and

motherhood are largely framed in relation to two discernible or official

discourses; the medical discourse and natural childbirth discourse. Both of

these tend to focus on the optimistic stories of birth and mothering and

underpin stereotypes of the godmother.

B) At the same time, the need for medical

expert guidance is also a feature for contemporary reproduction and motherhood.

But constructions of good mothering have not always been so conceived and in

different contexts may exist in parallel to other equally dominant discourses.

C) Similarly, historical work has shown

how what are now taken for granted aspects of reproduction and mothering

practices result from contemporary pseudoscientific directives and managed

constructs. These changes have led to a reframing of modern discourses that pattern

pregnancy and motherhood leading to an acceptance of the need for greater

expert management.

D) The contrasting, overlapping and

ambiguous strands with in these frameworks focus to varying degrees on a

woman’s biological tie to her child and predisposition to instinctively know

and be able to care for her child.

E) In addition, a third, unofficial

popular discourse comprising old wives tales and based on maternal experiences

of childbirth has also been noted. These discourses have also been acknowledged

in work exploring the experiences of those who apparently do not conform to

conventional stereotypes of the good mother?

**Correct Answer: EDBC**

**Question 4**

S1 and S6 are the starting and the

ending statements respectively. How should the rest of the arrangement be?

S1: He is a famous novelist.

S6: But I doubt he would ever stop

writing novels, as he makes a tremendous profit of these.

P: I think he would be more successful

as a columnist.

Q: I prefer reading his magazines

editorials.

R: however I am not fond of his books.

S: All his books have been completely

sold out

- PQRS
- SQPR
- PSRQ
**SRQP**

**Q. 5) **What sequence of statements seems to be the best in this question?

1) Let us take a look at the manner in

which the traditional bank adds value to the customer.

2) The ability to retain deposits, in

itself, is not enough to ensure long-term survival and growth.

3) The ability to deploy invested funds

into productive economic activity at a higher rate of return, hence

contributing to the prosperity of both the economy and the institution, is the

other loop in the banking cycle.

4) Further, as only a small portion of

the actual deposit base is retained with the bank in a liquid form, the very

survival of the bank lies in building enough trust with its clientele so as to

prevent the occurrence of a sizeable chunk of simultaneous customer withdrawal

(a run on the bank).

5) The banks basic job is risk

absorption- it takes money, which has a lot of attached risk, and provides the

customer an assured rate of return.

**Correct Answer:
15423**

**Q. 6)**

1) Otherwise, the Congress would not

have opposed PSU disinvestment today.

2) Nor would allies of ruling NDA

opposes privatization.

3) It is clear that there is no

consensus on economic reform.

4) All this would stop India from

becoming the next superpower.

- 3214
- 3142
**3124**- 3421

**Q. 7) **How will you best arrange these 5 sentences to make up a logical and

concluding paragraph? This question

A) Similarly, turning to caste, even

though being lower caste is undoubtedly a separate cause of the disparity, its

impact is all the greater when the lower-caste families also happen to be poor.

B) Belonging to a privileged class can

help a woman to overcome many barriers that obstruct women from less thriving

classes.

C) It is the interactive presence of

these two kinds of deprivation – being low class and being female – that

massively impoverishes women from the less privileged classes.

D) A congruence of class deprivation and

gender discrimination can blight the lives of poorer women very severely.

E) Gender is certainly a contributor to

societal inequality, but it does not act independently of class.

**Correct Answer:
EBDCA**

**Question 8**

1) Thus begins the search for relief:

painkillers, ice, yoga, herbs, even surgery.

2) Most computer users develop disorders

because they ignore warnings like tingling fingers, a numb hand or a sore

shoulder

3) They keep pointing and dragging until

tendons chafe and scar tissue forms, along with bad habits that are almost

impossible to change

4) But cures are elusive because

repetitive stress injuries present a bag of ills that often defy easy diagnosis

**Correct Answer: 2314**

**Question 9**

A) Although there are large regional

variations, it is not infrequent to find a large number of people sitting here

and there and doing nothing.

B) Once in office, they receive friends

and relatives who feel free to call any time without prior appointment.

C) While working, one is struck by the

slow and clumsy actions and reactions, indifferent attitudes, procedure rather

than outcome orientation, and the lack of consideration for others.

D) Even those who are employed often

come late to the office and leave early unless they are forced to be punctual.

E) Work is not intrinsically valued in

India.

F) Quite often people visit ailing

friends and relatives or go out of their way to help them in their personal

matters even during office hours.

**Correct Answer:
EADBFC**

**Question 10**

1) Because all plants need water to

sustain life, we did not use a control group, relying instead on the

differences in average growth among the three test groups to provide

information.

2) We found that plants receiving

filtered water grew more than plants in either of the other groups: on average

a difference of 1 cm per week.

3) Each plant was given one fluid ounce

of the selected water each day, and measured once a week.

4) During our experiment, we tested the

effects of various types of water filtered, tap, and chemical-purified on the

growth of chlorophytum comosum (spider plants).

5) We began with twenty seedlings in

each category, each of which received the same amount of controlled sunlight in

a greenhouse laboratory setting

**Correct Answer:
41532**

1) 12 litres of water is poured into an

aquarium of dimensions 50 cm length, 30 cm breadth and 40 cm height. By what

height (in cm) will the water rise?

- 10
- 8
- 20
- 6

2) Two finals are scheduled – The

Wimbledon match and the World Cup Cricket at the same time. Anu wants to watch

the Wimbledon finals and her brother Vinu wants to watch WCC final. They decide

to roll a tetrahedral die twice. The tetrahedral is numbered 1,2,3,4 on its

four sides and all numbers are equally likely to appear. Anu rolls first and

then Vinu rolls. If the number on the first roll is strictly greater than the

number on the second roll. Anu wins and gets to watch Wimbledon. What is the

probability that Anu will get to watch Wimbledon?

- 7/16
- 9/16
- 3/8
- 1/2

3) In the normal course, Ravi, Sanjay

and Mukund can each individually build a wall in 5, 8 and 10 days respectively.

Due to difficult terrain and slushy conditions at the site, the individual time

required for each to complete the work has increased by 20%, 25% and 50%

respectively. How long will they take to build the wall if they work together?

- 3 days
- 4 days
- 6 days
- 2 and 6/17 days

**Aptitude
– set 2: **

**TCS NQT**

2021Interview Question

2021Interview Question

**Q. 1) On a 26
question test, five points were deducted for each wrong answer and eight points
were added for each correct answer. If all the questions were answered, how
many were correct, if the score was zero?**

- 10
- 12
- 11
- 13

**Q. 2) Jake can dig a
well in 16 days. Paul can dig the same well in 24 days. Jake, PaulandHari
together dig the well in 8 days. Hari alone can dig the well in**

- 96 days
- 48 days
- 32 days
- 24 days

**Q. 3) Mark told John
“If you give me half your money I will have Rs.75”. John said,
“if you give me one-third of your money, I will have Rs.75/- How much
money did John have?**

- 45
- 60
- 48
- 37.5

**4. The value of a
scooter depreciates in such a way that its value of the end of each year is 3/4
of its value of the beginning of the same year. If the initial value of the
scooter is Rs.40,000, what is the value at the end of 3 years?**

- Rs.13435
- Rs.23125
- Rs.19000
- Rs.16875

**5. A man has a job,
which requires him to work 8 straight days and rest on a ninth day. If he
started work on Monday, find the day of the week on which he gets his 12th rest
day.**

- Thursday
- Wednesday
- Tuesday
- Friday

**6. George can do a
piece of work in 10 days,Paul in 12 days and Hari in 15 days. They all start
the work together, but George leaves after 2 days and Paul leaves 3 days before
the work is completed. In how many days is the work completed?**

- 5
- 6
- 9
- 7

**7. How many
arrangements will start and end with a vowel for TOGETHER?**

- 1060
- 1080
- 2024
- 1050

**8. In 4 years, Raj’s
father age is twice as raj, Two years ago, Raj’s mothers age twice as raj. If
Raj is 32 years old in eight years from now, what is the age of Raj’s mother
and father?**

- 32,34
- 51,50
- 32,36
- 52,46

**9. A call center
agent has a list of 305 phone numbers of people in alphabetic order of names
(but she does not have any of the names). She needs to quickly contact Deepak
Sharma to convey a message to him. If each call takes 2 minutes to complete,
and every call is answered, what is the minimum amount of time in which she can
guarantee to deliver the message to Mr. Sharma?**

- 18 minutes
- 610 minutes
- 206 minutes
- 34 minutes

**10. In how many ways
a team of 11 must be selected from 5 men and 11 women such that the team must
comprise of not more than 3 men?**

- 1565
- 2456
- 1243
- 2256

**11. Given that 0
< a < b < c < d, which of the following the largest?**

- (c+d) / (a+b)
- (b+d) / (a+c)
- (b+c) / (a+d)
- (a+d) / (b+c)

**12. Eesha bought 18
sharpeners for Rs.100. She paid 1 rupee more for each white sharpener than for
each brown sharpener. What is the price of a white sharpener and how many white
sharpeners did she buy?**

- Rs. 5, 10
- Rs. 6, 8
- Rs. 6, 10
- Rs. 5, 8

**13. The sum of the
digits of a three digit number is 17, and the sum of the squares of its digits
is 109. If we subtract 495 from the number, we shall get a number consisting of
the same digits written in the reverse order. Find the number.**

- 683
- 863
- 944
- 773

**14. Raj goes to the
market to buy oranges. If he can bargain and reduce the price per orange by
Rs.2, he can buy 30 oranges instead of 20 oranges with the money he has. How
much money does he have?**

- Rs. 50
- Rs. 150
- Rs. 120
- Rs. 100

**15. A city in the US
has a basketball league with three basketball teams, the Aziecs, the Braves and
the Celtics. A sportswriter notices that the tallest player of the Aziecs is
shorter than the shortest player of the Braves. The shortest of the Celtics is
shorter than the shortest of the Aziecs, while the tallest of the Braves is
shorter than the tallest of the Celtics. The tallest of the Braves is taller
than the tallest of the Aziecs.**

**Which of the
following can be judged with certainty?**

X) Paul, a Brave is taller than David,

an Aziec

Y) David, a Celtic, is shorter than

Edward, an Aziec

- Both X and Y
- X only
- Y only
- Neither X nor Y

**16. A BBCCC DDDD
EEEEE….. What is the 120th letter?**

- L
- O
- K
- N

**17. There are 120
male and 100 female in society. Out of 25% male and 20% female are rural. 20%
of male and 25% of female rural people passed in the exam. What % of rural
students have passed the exam?**

- 20%
- 18%
- 22%
- 15%

**18. On the fabled
Island of Knights and Knaves, we meet three people, A, B, and C, one of whom is
a knight, one a knave, and one a spy. The knight always tells the truth, the
knave always lies, and the spy can either lie or tell the truth. A says:
“C is a knave.”B says: “A is a knight.”C says: “I am
the spy.”Who is the knight, who the knave, and who the spy?**

- A – Knight, B – Knave, C – Spy
- A – Spy, B – Knight, C – Knave
- A – Knave, B – Spy, C – Knight
- A – Knight, B – Spy, C – Knave

**19. The average
temperature of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is 37 C. The average temperature
of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday is 38 C. If the temperature on Friday is 39
C. Find the temperature on Tuesday.**

- 37.33
- 38.33
- 36
- None of the above

**20. In a certain
city, 60% of the registered voters are Congress supporters and the rest are BJP
supporters. In an assembly election, if 75% of the registered congress
supporters and 20% of the registered BJP supporters are expected to vote for
candidate A, what percent of the registered voters are expected to vote for
candidate A?**

- 20
- 23
- 50
- 53

**Advanced
aptitude: TCS NQT 2021 Interview question**

1) How many pairs (m,n) of integers

satisfy the equation 4^m = n^2 + 15? Please do not add white space around the

answer _____________

2) Of all the nonempty subsets S of { 1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}, how many do not contain the number |S|, where |S| denotes

the number of elements in S? For example, {3, 4} is one such subset, since it

does not contain the number 2. Please do not add white space around the answer

____________

3) A chord of a circle has length 3n,

where n is a positive integer. The segment cut off by the chord has height n,

as shown. What is the smallest value of n for which the radius of the circle is

also a positive integer? Please do not add white space around the answer

________

**4)
In how many ways can we give change for Rs.100 using 1 rupee and 2 rupee coins?
For example, for 5 rs we can give three ways.**

**5)
Find the number of positive integers N<2000 which can be expressed as N=2^m+2^n
where m and n are integers (for example, 33=2^0+2^5).**

- 25
- 65
- 100
- 150

**6)
Fishing is a serious environmental issue. It has been determined by the
scientists that if the net of a trawler has mesh size x cm by x (square mesh)
then the percentage of fish entering the net that is caught in the net is
100-0.02x^2-0.05x. For example, if the mesh size is zero, 100% of the fish that
enter the net will be caught. The trawler with a square mesh that was suspected
of using an illegal size net, dropped its net to the ocean floor near the
damans and coast guard officials arrested the crew. The scientists later looked
at the size of the fish caught and estimated that the net used by the trawler
at least caught 97.93% of the fish entering the net. What is the maximum value
of x for the net by the trawler?**

- 8.5
- 9
- 11
- 12

**Programming MCQs:** **TCS NQT 2021 Interview Question**

**1) How many times
the below loop will be executed?**

#include<stdio.h>

int main()

{

int x, y;

for(x=5;x>=1;x–)

{

for(y=1;y<=x;y++)

printf(“%dn”,y);

} }

A. 15

B. 11

C. 10

D. 13

**2) Where are the
local variables stored?**

A. Disk

B. Stack

C. Heap

D. Code

**3) Which datatype
has more precision?**

A. double

B. float

C. int

D. long int

**4) Find the output
of the following code?**

int main

{

float f = 0.1;

if (f = 0.1)

printf (yes);

else print (no);

}

**5) What will happen
if in a C program you assign a value to an array element whose subscript
exceeds the size ofarray?**

A. The element will be set to 0.

B. The compiler would report an error.

C. The program may crash if some

important data gets overwritten.

D. The array size would appropriately

grow.

**6) What does the
following declaration mean?**

**int (*ptr)[10];**

A. ptr is array of pointers to 10

integers

B. ptr is a pointer to an array of 10

integers

C. ptr is an array of 10 integers

D. ptr is an pointer to array

**7) In C, if you pass
an array as an argument to a function, what actually gets passed?**

A. Value of elements in array

B. First element of the array

C. Base address of the array

D. Address of the last element of array

**8) What will be the
output of the program?**

#include<stdio.h>

int main()

{

int a[5] = {5, 1, 15, 20, 25};

int i, j, m;

i = ++a[1];

j = a[1]++;

m = a[i++];

printf(“%d,

%d, %d”, i, j, m);

return 0;

}

A. 2, 1, 15

B. 1, 2, 5

C. 3, 2, 15

D. 2, 3, 20

**9) Is there any difference
in the following declarations?**

int fun(int arr[]);

int fun(int arr[2]);

- Yes
- No

**10) Are the
expressions arr and &arr same for an array of 10 integers?**

- Yes
- No

**11) Which of the
flowing statements should be used to obtain a remainder after dividing 3.14 by
2.1?**

- rem = 3.14 % 2.1;
- rem = modf(3.14, 2.1);
- rem = fmod(3.14, 2.1);
- Remainder cannot be obtain in floating point division.

**12) What are the
types of packages?**

- Internal and External
- External, Internal and None
- External and None
- Internal

**13) Which of the
following special symbols are allowed in a variable name?**

- (asterisk)
- | (pipepne)
- -(hyphen)
- _(underscore)

**14) Is there any
difference between following declarations?**

1 : extern int fun();

2 : int fun();

- Both are identical
- No difference, except extern int fun(); is probably in another file
- int fun(); is overrided with extern int fun();
- None of these

**Para Jumbles: TCS NQT 2021 Interview Question**

**TCS NQT Sample Para
Jumble Questions**

**Arrange the
following statements in the correct order of occurrence.**

**Question 1**

1) I think even more urgent than

privatizing existing state-owned firms is to allow the entry of private firms

into sectors earlier reserved for the state.

2) Indian thinking has traditionally

been encumbered by a zero-sum view of the economy.

3) In reality, economic life is full of

complementarities.

4) A government that facilitated private

business was assumed to be working against the interest of the workers and the

public sector.

a) 4321

**b) 2431**

c) 1432

d) 4123

**Question 2**

1) Mrs Geetha’s personality sets her

apart from the rest.

2) Nothing is too small for her

attention.

3) She has a fanatical devotion to

detail.

4) This is what makes her a different

person.

a) 1234

**b) 1324**

c) 1432

d) 4123

**Question 3**

A is the first statement of this

parajumble, the others need to be arranged after A. Any answers for the best

logical sequence possible?

A) Personal experience of mothering and

motherhood are largely framed in relation to two discernible or official

discourses; the medical discourse and natural childbirth discourse. Both of

these tend to focus on the optimistic stories of birth and mothering and

underpin stereotypes of the godmother.

B) At the same time, the need for medical

expert guidance is also a feature for contemporary reproduction and motherhood.

But constructions of good mothering have not always been so conceived and in

different contexts may exist in parallel to other equally dominant discourses.

C) Similarly, historical work has shown

how what are now taken for granted aspects of reproduction and mothering

practices result from contemporary pseudoscientific directives and managed

constructs. These changes have led to a reframing of modern discourses that pattern

pregnancy and motherhood leading to an acceptance of the need for greater

expert management.

D) The contrasting, overlapping and

ambiguous strands with in these frameworks focus to varying degrees on a

woman’s biological tie to her child and predisposition to instinctively know

and be able to care for her child.

E) In addition, a third, unofficial

popular discourse comprising old wives tales and based on maternal experiences

of childbirth has also been noted. These discourses have also been acknowledged

in work exploring the experiences of those who apparently do not conform to

conventional stereotypes of the good mother?

**Correct Answer: EDBC**

**Question 4**

S1 and S6 are the starting and the

ending statements respectively. How should the rest of the arrangement be?

S1: He is a famous novelist.

S6: But I doubt he would ever stop

writing novels, as he makes a tremendous profit of these.

P: I think he would be more successful

as a columnist.

Q: I prefer reading his magazines

editorials.

R: however I am not fond of his books.

S: All his books have been completely

sold out

A) PQRS

B) SQPR

C) PSRQ

**D) SRQP**

**Q. 5) **What sequence of statements seems to be the best in this question?

1) Let us take a look at the manner in

which the traditional bank adds value to the customer.

2) The ability to retain deposits, in

itself, is not enough to ensure long-term survival and growth.

3) The ability to deploy invested funds

into productive economic activity at a higher rate of return, hence

contributing to the prosperity of both the economy and the institution, is the

other loop in the banking cycle.

4) Further, as only a small portion of

the actual deposit base is retained with the bank in a liquid form, the very

survival of the bank lies in building enough trust with its clientele so as to

prevent the occurrence of a sizeable chunk of simultaneous customer withdrawal

(a run on the bank).

5) The banks basic job is risk

absorption- it takes money, which has a lot of attached risk, and provides the

customer an assured rate of return.

**Correct Answer:
15423**

**Q. 6)**

1) Otherwise, the Congress would not

have opposed PSU disinvestment today.

2) Nor would allies of ruling NDA

opposes privatization.

3) It is clear that there is no

consensus on economic reform.

4) All this would stop India from

becoming the next superpower.

a)3214

b)3142

**c)3124**

d)3421

**Q. 7) **How will you best arrange these 5 sentences to make up a logical and

concluding paragraph? This question

A) Similarly, turning to caste, even

though being lower caste is undoubtedly a separate cause of the disparity, its

impact is all the greater when the lower-caste families also happen to be poor.

B) Belonging to a privileged class can

help a woman to overcome many barriers that obstruct women from less thriving

classes.

C) It is the interactive presence of

these two kinds of deprivation – being low class and being female – that

massively impoverishes women from the less privileged classes.

D) A congruence of class deprivation and

gender discrimination can blight the lives of poorer women very severely.

E) Gender is certainly a contributor to

societal inequality, but it does not act independently of class.

**Correct Answer:
EBDCA**

**Question 8**

1) Thus begins the search for relief:

painkillers, ice, yoga, herbs, even surgery.

2) Most computer users develop disorders

because they ignore warnings like tingling fingers, a numb hand or a sore

shoulder

3) They keep pointing and dragging until

tendons chafe and scar tissue forms, along with bad habits that are almost

impossible to change

4) But cures are elusive because

repetitive stress injuries present a bag of ills that often defy easy diagnosis

**Correct Answer: 2314**

**Question 9**

A) Although there are large regional

variations, it is not infrequent to find a large number of people sitting here

and there and doing nothing.

B) Once in office, they receive friends

and relatives who feel free to call any time without prior appointment.

C) While working, one is struck by the

slow and clumsy actions and reactions, indifferent attitudes, procedure rather

than outcome orientation, and the lack of consideration for others.

D) Even those who are employed often

come late to the office and leave early unless they are forced to be punctual.

E) Work is not intrinsically valued in

India.

F) Quite often people visit ailing

friends and relatives or go out of their way to help them in their personal

matters even during office hours.

**Correct Answer:
EADBFC**

**Question 10**

1) Because all plants need water to

sustain life, we did not use a control group, relying instead on the

differences in average growth among the three test groups to provide

information.

2) We found that plants receiving

filtered water grew more than plants in either of the other groups: on average

a difference of 1 cm per week.

3) Each plant was given one fluid ounce

of the selected water each day, and measured once a week.

4) During our experiment, we tested the

effects of various types of water filtered, tap, and chemical-purified on the

growth of chlorophytum comosum (spider plants).

5) We began with twenty seedlings in

each category, each of which received the same amount of controlled sunlight in

a greenhouse laboratory setting

**Correct Answer:
41532**

1) 12 litres of water is poured into an

aquarium of dimensions 50 cm length, 30 cm breadth and 40 cm height. By what

height (in cm) will the water rise?

a) 10

b) 8

c) 20

d) 6

2) Two finals are scheduled – The

Wimbledon match and the World Cup Cricket at the same time. Anu wants to watch

the Wimbledon finals and her brother Vinu wants to watch WCC final. They decide

to roll a tetrahedral die twice. The tetrahedral is numbered 1,2,3,4 on its

four sides and all numbers are equally likely to appear. Anu rolls first and

then Vinu rolls. If the number on the first roll is strictly greater than the

number on the second roll. Anu wins and gets to watch Wimbledon. What is the

probability that Anu will get to watch Wimbledon?

a) 7/16

b) 9/16

c) 3/8

d) 1/2

3) In the normal course, Ravi, Sanjay

and Mukund can each individually build a wall in 5, 8 and 10 days respectively.

Due to difficult terrain and slushy conditions at the site, the individual time

required for each to complete the work has increased by 20%, 25% and 50%

respectively. How long will they take to build the wall if they work together?

a) 3 days

b) 4 days

c) 6 days

d) 2 and 6/17 days

**Aptitude
– set 2: **

**TCS NQT**

2021Interview Question

2021Interview Question

**Q. 1) On a 26
question test, five points were deducted for each wrong answer and eight points
were added for each correct answer. If all the questions were answered, how
many were correct, if the score was zero?**

a. 10

b. 12

c. 11

d. 13

**Q. 2) Jake can dig a
well in 16 days. Paul can dig the same well in 24 days. Jake, PaulandHari
together dig the well in 8 days. Hari alone can dig the well in**

a. 96 days

b. 48 days

c. 32 days

d. 24 days

**Q. 3) Mark told John
“If you give me half your money I will have Rs.75”. John said,
“if you give me one-third of your money, I will have Rs.75/- How much
money did John have?**

a. 45

b. 60

c. 48

d. 37.5

**4. The value of a
scooter depreciates in such a way that its value of the end of each year is 3/4
of its value of the beginning of the same year. If the initial value of the
scooter is Rs.40,000, what is the value at the end of 3 years?**

a. Rs.13435

b. Rs.23125

c. Rs.19000

d. Rs.16875

**5. A man has a job,
which requires him to work 8 straight days and rest on a ninth day. If he
started work on Monday, find the day of the week on which he gets his 12th rest
day.**

a. Thursday

b. Wednesday

c. Tuesday

d. Friday

**6. George can do a
piece of work in 10 days,Paul in 12 days and Hari in 15 days. They all start
the work together, but George leaves after 2 days and Paul leaves 3 days before
the work is completed. In how many days is the work completed?**

a. 5

b. 6

c. 9

d. 7

**7. How many
arrangements will start and end with a vowel for TOGETHER?**

a. 1060

b. 1080

c. 2024

d. 1050

**8. In 4 years, Raj’s
father age is twice as raj, Two years ago, Raj’s mothers age twice as raj. If
Raj is 32 years old in eight years from now, what is the age of Raj’s mother
and father?**

a. 32,34

b. 51,50

c. 32,36

d. 52,46

**9. A call center
agent has a list of 305 phone numbers of people in alphabetic order of names
(but she does not have any of the names). She needs to quickly contact Deepak
Sharma to convey a message to him. If each call takes 2 minutes to complete,
and every call is answered, what is the minimum amount of time in which she can
guarantee to deliver the message to Mr. Sharma?**

a. 18 minutes

b. 610 minutes

c. 206 minutes

d. 34 minutes

**10. In how many ways
a team of 11 must be selected from 5 men and 11 women such that the team must
comprise of not more than 3 men?**

a. 1565

b. 2456

c. 1243

d. 2256

**11. Given that 0
< a < b < c < d, which of the following the largest?**

a. (c+d) / (a+b)

b. (b+d) / (a+c)

c. (b+c) / (a+d)

d. (a+d) / (b+c)

**12. Eesha bought 18
sharpeners for Rs.100. She paid 1 rupee more for each white sharpener than for
each brown sharpener. What is the price of a white sharpener and how many white
sharpeners did she buy?**

a. Rs. 5, 10

b. Rs. 6, 8

c. Rs. 6, 10

d. Rs. 5, 8

**13. The sum of the
digits of a three digit number is 17, and the sum of the squares of its digits
is 109. If we subtract 495 from the number, we shall get a number consisting of
the same digits written in the reverse order. Find the number.**

a. 683

b. 863

c. 944

d. 773

**14. Raj goes to the
market to buy oranges. If he can bargain and reduce the price per orange by
Rs.2, he can buy 30 oranges instead of 20 oranges with the money he has. How
much money does he have?**

a. Rs. 50

b. Rs. 150

c. Rs. 120

d. Rs. 100

**15. A city in the US
has a basketball league with three basketball teams, the Aziecs, the Braves and
the Celtics. A sportswriter notices that the tallest player of the Aziecs is
shorter than the shortest player of the Braves. The shortest of the Celtics is
shorter than the shortest of the Aziecs, while the tallest of the Braves is
shorter than the tallest of the Celtics. The tallest of the Braves is taller
than the tallest of the Aziecs.**

**Which of the
following can be judged with certainty?**

X) Paul, a Brave is taller than David,

an Aziec

Y) David, a Celtic, is shorter than

Edward, an Aziec

a. Both X and Y

b. X only

c. Y only

d. Neither X nor Y

**16. A BBCCC DDDD
EEEEE….. What is the 120th letter?**

a.L

b. O

c. K

d. N

**17. There are 120
male and 100 female in society. Out of 25% male and 20% female are rural. 20%
of male and 25% of female rural people passed in the exam. What % of rural
students have passed the exam?**

a. 20%

b. 18%

c. 22%

d. 15%

**18. On the fabled
Island of Knights and Knaves, we meet three people, A, B, and C, one of whom is
a knight, one a knave, and one a spy. The knight always tells the truth, the
knave always lies, and the spy can either lie or tell the truth. A says:
“C is a knave.”B says: “A is a knight.”C says: “I am
the spy.”Who is the knight, who the knave, and who the spy?**

a. A – Knight, B – Knave, C – Spy

b.A – Spy, B – Knight, C – Knave

c.A – Knave, B – Spy, C – Knight

d.A – Knight, B – Spy, C – Knave

**19. The average
temperature of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is 37 C. The average temperature
of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday is 38 C. If the temperature on Friday is 39
C. Find the temperature on Tuesday.**

a. 37.33

b. 38.33

c. 36

d. None of the above

**20. In a certain
city, 60% of the registered voters are Congress supporters and the rest are BJP
supporters. In an assembly election, if 75% of the registered congress
supporters and 20% of the registered BJP supporters are expected to vote for
candidate A, what percent of the registered voters are expected to vote for
candidate A?**

a. 20

b. 23

c. 50

d. 53

**TCS Ninja advanced
aptitude questions**

1) How many pairs (m,n) of integers

satisfy the equation 4^m = n^2 + 15? Please do not add white space around the

answer _____________

2) Of all the nonempty subsets S of { 1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}, how many do not contain the number |S|, where |S| denotes

the number of elements in S? For example, {3, 4} is one such subset, since it

does not contain the number 2. Please do not add white space around the answer

____________

3)A chord of a circle has length 3n,

where n is a positive integer. The segment cut off by the chord has height n,

as shown. What is the smallest value of n for which the radius of the circle is

also a positive integer? Please do not add white space around the answer

________

**4) In how many ways
can we give change for Rs.100 using 1 rupee and 2 rupee coins? For example, for
5 rs we can give three ways.**

**5) Find the number
of positive integers N<2000 which can be expressed as N=2^m+2^n where m and
n are integers (for example, 33=2^0+2^5).**

a) 25

b) 65

c) 100

d) 150

**6) Fishing is a
serious environmental issue. It has been determined by the scientists that if
the net of a trawler has mesh size x cm by x (square mesh) then the percentage
of fish entering the net that is caught in the net is 100-0.02x^2-0.05x. For
example, if the mesh size is zero, 100% of the fish that enter the net will be
caught. The trawler with a square mesh that was suspected of using an illegal
size net, dropped its net to the ocean floor near the damans and coast guard
officials arrested the crew. The scientists later looked at the size of the
fish caught and estimated that the net used by the trawler at least caught
97.93% of the fish entering the net. What is the maximum value of x for the net
by the trawler?**

a) 8.5

b) 9

c) 11

d) 12

**Programming MCQs:** **TCS NQT 2021 Interview Question**

**1) How many times
the below loop will be executed?**

#include<stdio.h>

int main()

{

int x, y;

for(x=5;x>=1;x–)

{

for(y=1;y<=x;y++)

printf(“%dn”,y);

} }

A. 15

B. 11

C. 10

D. 13

**2) Where are the
local variables stored?**

A. Disk

B. Stack

C. Heap

D. Code

**3) Which datatype
has more precision?**

A. double

B. float

C. int

D. long int

**4) Find the output
of the following code?**

int main

{

float f = 0.1;

if (f = 0.1)

printf (yes);

else print (no);

}

**5) What will happen
if in a C program you assign a value to an array element whose subscript
exceeds the size ofarray?**

A. The element will be set to 0.

B. The compiler would report an error.

C. The program may crash if some

important data gets overwritten.

D. The array size would appropriately

grow.

**6) What does the
following declaration mean?**

**int (*ptr)[10];**

A. ptr is array of pointers to 10

integers

B. ptr is a pointer to an array of 10

integers

C. ptr is an array of 10 integers

D. ptr is an pointer to array

**7) In C, if you pass
an array as an argument to a function, what actually gets passed?**

A. Value of elements in array

B. First element of the array

C. Base address of the array

D. Address of the last element of array

**8) What will be the
output of the program?**

#include<stdio.h>

int main()

{

int a[5] = {5, 1, 15, 20, 25};

int i, j, m;

i = ++a[1];

j = a[1]++;

m = a[i++];

printf(“%d,

%d, %d”, i, j, m);

return 0;

}

A. 2, 1, 15

B. 1, 2, 5

C. 3, 2, 15

D. 2, 3, 20

**9) Is there any difference
in the following declarations?**

int fun(int arr[]);

int fun(int arr[2]);

- Yes
- No

**10) Are the
expressions arr and &arr same for an array of 10 integers?**

- Yes
- No

**11) Which of the
flowing statements should be used to obtain a remainder after dividing 3.14 by
2.1?**

- rem = 3.14 % 2.1;
- rem = modf(3.14, 2.1);
- rem = fmod(3.14, 2.1);
- Remainder cannot be obtain in floating point division.

**12) What are the
types of packages?**

- Internal and External
- External, Internal and None
- External and None
- Internal

**13) Which of the
following special symbols are allowed in a variable name?**

- (asterisk)
- | (pipepne)
- -(hyphen)
- _(underscore)

**14) Is there any
difference between following declarations?**

1 : extern int fun();

2 : int fun();

- Both are identical
- No difference, except extern int fun(); is probably in another file
- int fun(); is overrided with extern int fun();
- None of these

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