2011 CDAC Placement Paper - IIPune

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  • LocationPune
  • CompanyCDAC - Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
  • Posted date on our Website13 February 2011

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2011 CDAC Placement Paper:-

1. Which of the following describes the OSI Class 3 transport (TP3)

a) Do nothing
b) Signaled Error Recovery
c) Multiplexing
d) Signalled error recovery and multiplexing

2. The issue of chekpointing and synchronization is handled by which layer

a) Session Layer     b) Transport Layer     c) Pressentation layer     d) Application Layer

3. In the OSI model, the responsibility for negotiating the encodings to be used in any perticular connection is entrusted upon

a) Application Layer     b) Session Layer     c) Presentation Layer     d) None of the above

4. TCP/IP is built on _________ technology

a) Connection oriented     b) Connection less     c) Datagram     d) Ethernet

5. IP addresses are ____ bit long

a) 4     b) 64     c) 48     d) 32

6. Which of the following is not a network operating system

a) Windows for Workgroup over MSDOS
b) Novell Netware
c) Windows 95
d) None of the above

7. Fiber optic token ring networks operate at the speed of

a) 16 mbps     b) 100 mbps     c) 1000 mbps     d) 10 mbps

8. The Synchronous Optical Network is an ANSI standard. A similar standard established in Europe is

a) Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
b) SONET
c) Switched Multi megabit Data Service
d) Distributed Queue Duel Bus

9. In the TCP/IP protocol family ___________ provides reliable transport service.

a) Transport Protocol     b) Transport Layer     c) TCP     d)All of above

10. IP address is a ___________ address.

a) Network Layer Address     b) Layer 2 address     c) Hardware Address     d) None of above

11. An IP address when logically ANDed with netmask, the result is _________________.

a) Host Address     b) Network Address     c) Broadcast Address     d) None of the above

12. Remote boot uses _______ protocol to discover IP address of diskless machine.

a) ICMP     b) SNMP     c) ARP     d) RARP

13. Once a datagram is fragmented in a IP network it is reassembled only at ____________.

a) Next hope     b) Next Router     c) Final Destination     d) Never

14. The source quench _________ message is used to control the rate at which datagrams are transmitted.

a) IP     b) ICMP     c) SNMP     d) TCP

15. TCP establishes an end to end _______________ between the sender and receiver.

a) Connection     b) Virtual Circuit     c) Path     d) None of above

16. UDP is used with ___________________ Protocol.

a) Trivial File Transfer     b) ICMP     c) LDAP     d) All of above

17. IP is a ___________ protocol

a) Routing Protocol     b) Routed Protocol     c) Both of above     d) None of above

18. ______ is a complex data structure that contains details about a connection

a) Socket     b) Port     c) TCB     d) None of above

20. The bind socket call is used to __________________________

a) Bind a local application to a remote application
b) Bind a socket to local port
c) Bind a socket to a remote port
d) Bind a local port to a remote port

21. Each SNMP managed object belongs to a ______________

a) Community     b) Network     c) Organization     D) SNMP Group

22. RTCP is the ________________ protocol designed to work with RTP

a) Application     b) Control     c) Network     d) Transport

23. For block devices all I/O occurs through the _________________

a) Blocks     b) Device     c) Buffer cache     d) None of above

24.  _______ is a international standard file format for describing interactive 3D multimedia on the Internet.

a) DHTML     b) XML     c) VRML     d) None of above

25. ___________ is a distance-vector routing protocol

a) RIP     b) IGRP     c) OSPF     d) All of above

26. IPng provides security through Authentication Headers and the default encryption method is ________

a) SSL     b) Public Key     c) MD5     d) None of above

27. RTSP is a ___________ protocol similar to HTTP

a) Network Layer     b) Internet     c) Application Layer     d) None of above

28. OSPF features include __________________.

a) Multi-Path routing
b) Equal-cost
c) Routing based on upper-layer TOS request
d) All of above

29. IP address is assigned to a __________.

a) Network     b) Host     c) Interface     d) All of above

30. Token Ring network operate at a speed of

a) 10 mbps     b) 100 mbps     c) 20 mbps     d) 16 mbps

31. Ethernet is an access method that strictly adheres to the

a) CSMA/CD     b) Token Passing     c) SPX/IPS     d) TCP/IP

32. 100BASET4 operates at 100 mbps using base band signaling and the media is

a) Two stands of fiber
b) Two pairs of data grade UTP
c) Four pairs of telephone grade UTP
d) None of the above

33 .Length of Ethernet address is

a) 24 bit     b) 12 bit     c) 48 bit     d) 32 bit

34. Frame Relay protocol is used for

a) WAN     b) LAN     c) Token Ring networks     d) None of the above

Directions:- The given pair of words contains a specific relationship to each other. Select the best pair of choices which expresses the same relationship as the given

35.IGNOMINY : DISLOYALTY ::
fame : heroism
death : victory
derelict : fool
martyr : man

36. EXPLOSION : DEBRIS ::
flood : water
famine : food
fire : ashes
disease : germ

37. Bland : Piquant ::
inane : relevant
charlatan : genuine
slavish : servile
terse : serious

38. NEGLIGENT : REQUIREMENT::
remiss : duty
cogent :argument
easy : hard
careful : position

Directions:- Choose the best word, which is most opposite in the meaning to the given word

39. FETTER :
delay
stretch
comply
thrive

40. SEDULOUS :
rampant
esoteric
morose
indolent

41. SUCCULENT :
ordinary
tasteless
inexpensive
invigorating

42. DORMANT :
authoritative
elastic
active
uninteresting

43. COURT :
reject
uncover
infect
subject


44. The expression x = 4 + 2 % -8 evaluates to -6
6
4
None of these options

45. What is the output of the following code? #include<stdio.h>
main()
{
register int a=2;
printf("\nAddress of a = %d,", &a); printf("\tValue of a = %d",a);
Address of a,2 <------ans
Linker error
Compile time error
None of these options

46. What is the output of the following code? #include<stdio.h>
void main()
{
int arr[]={0,1,2,3,4,5,6};
int i,*ptr;
for(ptr=arr+4,i =0; i<=4; i++) printf("\n%d",ptr[-i]);(as the 0=4,for -1 it becomes =3)
}
Error
6 5 4 3 2
0 garbage garbage garbage garbage
4 3 2 1 0 <------ans

47. Which of the following is the correct way of declaring a float pointer:
float ptr;
float *ptr; <------ans
*float ptr;
None of the above

48.If the following program (newprog) is run from the command line as:newprog 1 2 3 What would be the output of the following?
void main (int argc, char*argv[])
{
int I,j=0;
for (I=0;I<argc;I++)
j=j + atoi(argv[I]);
printf("%d",j);
}
123
6
123
Compilation error<------ans

49. Which of these are reasons for using pointers?
1. To manipulate parts of an array
2. To refer to keywords such as for and if
3. To return more than one value from a function 4. To refer to particular programs more conveniently
1 & 3<------ans
only 1
only 3
None of these options

50. The code
int i = 7;
printf("%d\n", i++ * i++);
prints 49
prints 56 <------ans
is compiler dependent
expression i++ * i++ is undefined

About CDAC:-

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is the premier R&D organization of the Department of Information Technology (DIT), Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (MCIT) for carrying out R&D in IT, Electronics and associated areas. Different areas of C-DAC, had originated at different times, many of which came out as a result of identification of opportunities.

Why CDAC - Why should i join CDAC?:-

C-DAC recognizes the value of its intellectual resource and offers them the best not only in terms of a congenial but a competitive work environment, a competitive package with benefits and perks that match some of the best in the country.

C-DAC offers exciting career opportunities at its headquarters in Pune, centres in Bangalore, New Delhi, Hyderabad and cells at Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram and Kolkata.

Contact Details:

Address of CDAC:-

Mumbai:-

Gulmohar Cross Road No. 9
Juhu, Mumbai - 400 049
Maharashtra (India)
Phone: +91-22-2620-1606/1574
Fax: +91-22-26232195/ 26210139

Delhi:-

C-DAC
First and Second Floors
E - 25, Hauz Khas Market
New Delhi - 110016.
India
Phones:+91-11-26510221
Fax: +91-11-26510207

Pune:-

C-DAC (Head Quarters)
Pune University Campus
Ganesh Khind
Pune - 411 007
Maharashtra (India)
Phones:+91-20-2570-4100
Fax: +91-20-2569 4004

Bangalore:-

C-DAC Knowledge Park
Opp. HAL Aeroengine Division
Old Madras Road
Byappanahalli
Bengaluru - 560 038
Karnataka (India)
Phones: +91-80-6611 6400/01/02/03,
25244059/25246823/25246826
Fax: +91-80-2524-7724

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