In Igate Patni Interview process there are 3 rounds..

1. Aptitude

2. Technical HR

3. Personal HR

(There may be a technical test after aptitude test, it contains c, c++, java etc qns based on your form)

The aptitude round contain 50 questions. 30 from quants and 20 from verbal.

The next round is Technical HR, all the questions based on your filled application form.

And the final round is Personal HR, as usual questions like tell me about yourself, why iGATE Patni, and they may give some situation questions. But be confident with your answer and keep smiling.

All the Best !!!

Find below some placement pattern questions with answers.

Directions (1-7): In each question below a group of letters is given followed by four combinations of digits and/or symbols numbered (1), (2), (3), and (4). You have to find out which of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters based on the following coding system and the conditions those follow and give the number of that combination as the answer. If none of the combinations correctly represents, give (5), i.e. 'None of these' as the answer. Letter: P M A J E T K I R B U F H

Code: 5 6 1 # 9 2 8 $ 3 @ 7 © 4

Conditions:

(i) If the first letter is a vowel and the last letter is a consonant, both are to be coded as ?.

(ii) If the first letter is consonant and the last letter is a vowel, both are to be coded as %.

1. IKBUTA

2) ?8@72?

3) %8@72%

4) ?8@72%

5) None of these

2. EMPRJH

1) 9653#4

2) ?9653#

4) ?653#?

5) None of these

3. IPAUHM

2) %5174%

3) $51746

4) $51476

5) None of these

4. RFHKJA

1) 3©48#1

2) 483©#1

3) ?©48#?

5) None of these

5. TMRBFJ

1) ?63@©?

2) %63@©%

3) 236@©#

5) None of these

6.KTJUFA

1) 82#7©1

2) ?2#7©?

4) $2#7©1

5) None of these

7. UMBKPE

1) ?6@85?

2) 76@85©

3) ?6@85©

4) 76@85%

8. Find the approximate value of the following equation.

8149.72 + 6935.25 – 1756.79 – 3567.42 = ?

1) 9750

3) 9765

4) 9755

5) 9770

9. A milkman buys some milk. If he sells it at Rs 5 per litre, he loses Rs 200. But when he sells it at Rs 6 per litre, he gains Rs 150. How much milk did he purchase?

1) 50 litres

2) 31 litres

4) 200 litres

5) None of these

10. The ratio of area to perimeter of a rectangle is 10: 3 and the ratio of length to breadth is 2:1.

Find the area of that rectangle.

2) 10 unit2

3) 200 unit2

4) 60 unit2

5) None of these

11. If 'M' denotes '÷'. 'K' denotes '–' 'R' denotes '+' and 'T' denotes 'X' then 12 T 8 M 12 R 16 K 14 =?

1) 48

2) 38

4) 20

5) None of these

12. Which of the following is the middle digit of the second highest number among the five numbers given below?

512 839 475 984 748

1) 1

2) 3

3) 7

4) 8

13. How many such pairs of letters are there in word ENABLING, each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in English alphabet?

1) None

2) One

3) Two

4) Three

14. In a class of forty-eight students Anuj is nineteenth from the top and Jeevan is twelfth from the bottom. How many students are there between Jeevan and Anuj?

2) 16

3) 18

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

Directions (15-21): In each question below are three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II, and III. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide, which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of answers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) is the correct answer.

15. Statements:

All grapes are mangoes.

Some oranges are mangoes.

Some leaves are oranges.

Conclusions:

I. Some leaves are mangoes.

II. Some oranges are grapes.

III. Some leaves are grapes.

1) Only I follows

2) Only II follows

3) Only III follows

4) Only I and II follow

16. Statements:Some desks are benches.

Some benches are rooms.

Some rooms are walls.

Conclusions:

I. Some walls are benches.

II. Some rooms are desks.

III. Some desks are walls.

2) Only I follows

3) Only II follows

4) Only III follows

5) All follow

17. Statements:Some hotels are towns.

All towns are villages.

All villages are cities.

Conclusions:

I. Some cities are hotels

II. Some villages are hotels.

III. All villages are towns.

2) Only I and III follow

3) Only II and III follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

18. Statements:

All books are garments.

Some garments are houses.

All houses are vehicles.

Conclusions:

I. Some vehicles are garments.

II. Some houses are books.

III. Some vehicles are books.

1) All follow

3) Only II follows

4) Only I and II follow

5) Only II and III follow

19. Statements:

All kites are crows.

All crows are bananas.

All bananas are apples.

Conclusion:

I. Some apples are kites.

II. All bananas are kites.

III. Some apples are crows.

1) All follow

2) Only I follows

3) Only III follows

5) None of these

20. Statements:

Some trains are coaches.

Some coaches are wheels.

All wheels are stations.

Conclusion:

I. Some stations are trains.

II. Some stations are coaches.

III. Some wheels are trains.

1) None follows

2) Only I and II follow

4) Only II and III follow

5) Only I and III follow

21. Statements:

All pens are mirrors.

All pencils are mirrors.

No mirror is tree.

Conclusion:

I. No pen is tree.

II. No tree is pencil

III. Some mirrors are pencils.

1) None follows

2) Only I and II follow

3) Only II and III follow

4) Only I and III follow

22. In a certain code BROUGHT is written as PSCTVJI. How is HEARING written in that code?

1) BFIQIPK

2) IFBQIPK

4) BFIQHOJ

5) None of these

23. The rate of simple interest on a sum of money is 6% per annum for the first 3 years, 8% per annum for the next 5 year and 10% per annum beyond 8 years. If the simple interest accrued in 10 years is Rs 1560, what is the sum?

2) Rs 200

3) Rs 1860

4) Rs 1995

5) None of these

24. The sum of three numbers is 90. The ratio of first and third numbers is 5:7 and ratio of second and third numbers is 6:7. What is 4% of the first number?

1) 25

2) 30

3) 10

5) None of these

25. Rakesh started a business, investing Rs 90000. After six months, Mohan jointed him with a capital of 150000. If at the end of three years, total profit was Rs 43000, Rakesh's profit is what per cent of Mohan's profit?

1) 60%

3) 83.33%

4) 63.52%

5) None of these

A B C Y

0 0 0 1

0 0 1 1

0 1 0 0

0 1 1 0

1 0 0 0

1 0 1 0

1 1 0 1

1 1 1 1

a)5 kms b)4 kms c)3 kms d)none of these

a)10 b)30 c)40 d)50

a)23.17 b)17,23 c)17,60 d)15,25

a)4 b)5 c)6 d) none of these.

a)1/4 b)1/3 c)3/8 d)2/3

a)40 b)460 c)500 d)540

a.7 b.3 c.8 d. data insufficient

a.16 b.5 c.19 d. none of theses

a. y>p b .x+y>z c. y+p>x d .insufficient data

a. x% of y is greater than y% of z

b. y% of x is greater than z% of y

c. z% of x is greater than y% of z

d. all of these(ans)

a. amar, akbar, antony always order adosa.

b. amar and antony sometimes order a dosa,akbar never does.

c. amar and akbar always order a dosa, antony never does.(ANS)

d. amar and antony always order adosa,akbar never does.

16. a man buys postage stamps of denomination of 30ps. and 50 ps. for rs.10.00. he buys 22 stamps in all. find the no of 30ps. stamps bought by him.

a.5(ans) b.6 c.17 d.8

a.18 b.8(ans) c.7 d.16

a.16(ans) b.18 c.20 d.24

a.<=* b.<=** c.<=**** d.<=<=(ans)

a.54 b.64(ans) c.58 d.60

if p is true, then q is true;

if q is true,then r is true and

if s is true,then at least one of q and r is false.

then it follows that:

a. if p is true then s is false.(ans)

b. if s is falsae both q and r are true.

c. if at least one of q and r is false then s is false.

1. Aptitude

2. Technical HR

3. Personal HR

(There may be a technical test after aptitude test, it contains c, c++, java etc qns based on your form)

The aptitude round contain 50 questions. 30 from quants and 20 from verbal.

The next round is Technical HR, all the questions based on your filled application form.

And the final round is Personal HR, as usual questions like tell me about yourself, why iGATE Patni, and they may give some situation questions. But be confident with your answer and keep smiling.

All the Best !!!

Find below some placement pattern questions with answers.

**Patni Placement Paper 2012**:Directions (1-7): In each question below a group of letters is given followed by four combinations of digits and/or symbols numbered (1), (2), (3), and (4). You have to find out which of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters based on the following coding system and the conditions those follow and give the number of that combination as the answer. If none of the combinations correctly represents, give (5), i.e. 'None of these' as the answer. Letter: P M A J E T K I R B U F H

Code: 5 6 1 # 9 2 8 $ 3 @ 7 © 4

Conditions:

(i) If the first letter is a vowel and the last letter is a consonant, both are to be coded as ?.

(ii) If the first letter is consonant and the last letter is a vowel, both are to be coded as %.

1. IKBUTA

**1) $8@721**2) ?8@72?

3) %8@72%

4) ?8@72%

5) None of these

2. EMPRJH

1) 9653#4

2) ?9653#

**3) %653#%**4) ?653#?

5) None of these

3. IPAUHM

**1) ?5174?**2) %5174%

3) $51746

4) $51476

5) None of these

4. RFHKJA

1) 3©48#1

2) 483©#1

3) ?©48#?

**4) %©48%**5) None of these

5. TMRBFJ

1) ?63@©?

2) %63@©%

3) 236@©#

**4) 263@©#**5) None of these

6.KTJUFA

1) 82#7©1

2) ?2#7©?

**3) %2#7©%**4) $2#7©1

5) None of these

7. UMBKPE

1) ?6@85?

2) 76@85©

3) ?6@85©

4) 76@85%

**5) None of these**8. Find the approximate value of the following equation.

8149.72 + 6935.25 – 1756.79 – 3567.42 = ?

1) 9750

**2) 9760**3) 9765

4) 9755

5) 9770

9. A milkman buys some milk. If he sells it at Rs 5 per litre, he loses Rs 200. But when he sells it at Rs 6 per litre, he gains Rs 150. How much milk did he purchase?

1) 50 litres

2) 31 litres

**3) 350 litres**4) 200 litres

5) None of these

10. The ratio of area to perimeter of a rectangle is 10: 3 and the ratio of length to breadth is 2:1.

Find the area of that rectangle.

**1) 20 unit2**2) 10 unit2

3) 200 unit2

4) 60 unit2

5) None of these

11. If 'M' denotes '÷'. 'K' denotes '–' 'R' denotes '+' and 'T' denotes 'X' then 12 T 8 M 12 R 16 K 14 =?

1) 48

2) 38

**3) 10**4) 20

5) None of these

12. Which of the following is the middle digit of the second highest number among the five numbers given below?

512 839 475 984 748

1) 1

2) 3

3) 7

4) 8

**5) 4**13. How many such pairs of letters are there in word ENABLING, each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in English alphabet?

1) None

2) One

3) Two

4) Three

**5) More than three**14. In a class of forty-eight students Anuj is nineteenth from the top and Jeevan is twelfth from the bottom. How many students are there between Jeevan and Anuj?

**1) 17**2) 16

3) 18

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

Directions (15-21): In each question below are three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II, and III. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide, which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of answers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) is the correct answer.

15. Statements:

All grapes are mangoes.

Some oranges are mangoes.

Some leaves are oranges.

Conclusions:

I. Some leaves are mangoes.

II. Some oranges are grapes.

III. Some leaves are grapes.

1) Only I follows

2) Only II follows

3) Only III follows

4) Only I and II follow

**5) None of these**16. Statements:Some desks are benches.

Some benches are rooms.

Some rooms are walls.

Conclusions:

I. Some walls are benches.

II. Some rooms are desks.

III. Some desks are walls.

**1) None follows**2) Only I follows

3) Only II follows

4) Only III follows

5) All follow

17. Statements:Some hotels are towns.

All towns are villages.

All villages are cities.

Conclusions:

I. Some cities are hotels

II. Some villages are hotels.

III. All villages are towns.

**1) Only I and II follow**2) Only I and III follow

3) Only II and III follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

18. Statements:

All books are garments.

Some garments are houses.

All houses are vehicles.

Conclusions:

I. Some vehicles are garments.

II. Some houses are books.

III. Some vehicles are books.

1) All follow

**2) Only I follows**3) Only II follows

4) Only I and II follow

5) Only II and III follow

19. Statements:

All kites are crows.

All crows are bananas.

All bananas are apples.

Conclusion:

I. Some apples are kites.

II. All bananas are kites.

III. Some apples are crows.

1) All follow

2) Only I follows

3) Only III follows

**4) Only I and III follow**5) None of these

20. Statements:

Some trains are coaches.

Some coaches are wheels.

All wheels are stations.

Conclusion:

I. Some stations are trains.

II. Some stations are coaches.

III. Some wheels are trains.

1) None follows

2) Only I and II follow

**3) Only II follows**4) Only II and III follow

5) Only I and III follow

21. Statements:

All pens are mirrors.

All pencils are mirrors.

No mirror is tree.

Conclusion:

I. No pen is tree.

II. No tree is pencil

III. Some mirrors are pencils.

1) None follows

2) Only I and II follow

3) Only II and III follow

4) Only I and III follow

**5) All follow**22. In a certain code BROUGHT is written as PSCTVJI. How is HEARING written in that code?

1) BFIQIPK

2) IFBQIPK

**3) BFIQKPI**4) BFIQHOJ

5) None of these

23. The rate of simple interest on a sum of money is 6% per annum for the first 3 years, 8% per annum for the next 5 year and 10% per annum beyond 8 years. If the simple interest accrued in 10 years is Rs 1560, what is the sum?

**1) Rs 2000**2) Rs 200

3) Rs 1860

4) Rs 1995

5) None of these

24. The sum of three numbers is 90. The ratio of first and third numbers is 5:7 and ratio of second and third numbers is 6:7. What is 4% of the first number?

1) 25

2) 30

3) 10

**4) 1**5) None of these

25. Rakesh started a business, investing Rs 90000. After six months, Mohan jointed him with a capital of 150000. If at the end of three years, total profit was Rs 43000, Rakesh's profit is what per cent of Mohan's profit?

1) 60%

**2) 72%**3) 83.33%

4) 63.52%

5) None of these

__Patni Placement Paper June 2011__:**1.**A train after traveling 50 kms from A meets with an accident and proceeds at 4/5th of the former speed and reaches B, 45 min late. Had the accident happened 20 kms further on, it would have arrived 12 mins sooner. Find the original speed and the distance.**2.**Recently, I decided to walk down an escalator of a tube station. I did some quick calculation in my mind. I found that if I walk down twenty – six steps, I require thirty seconds to reach the bottom. However, if I am able to step down thirty – four stairs, I would only require eighteen seconds to get to the bottom. If the time is measured from the moment the top step begins to descend to the time I step off the last step at the bottom, can you**3.**A man leaves office daily at 7pm A driver with car comes from his home to pick him from office and bring back home One day he gets free at 5:30 and instead of waiting for driver he starts walking towards home. In the way he meets the car and returns home on car He reaches home 20 minutes earlier than usual. In how much time does the man reach home usually??**Ans.**1hr 20min**4.**The following truth table is given What is Y equal to??A B C Y

0 0 0 1

0 0 1 1

0 1 0 0

0 1 1 0

1 0 0 0

1 0 1 0

1 1 0 1

1 1 1 1

**Ans.**(A')(B')(AB) , where ' stands for complement.**5**. An aircraft is flying at a height of 3000m from the ground at an average speed of 400 km/hr while descending. It has to travel 5 kms before it can touch down the runway and start operating its break system. It will take less than 10 seconds to reach the touch down point. How far it is from the touch down point if it had been on they ground.a)5 kms b)4 kms c)3 kms d)none of these

**6.**water is continuously poured from a reservoir to a locality at the steady rate of 10,000 liters per hour. When delivery exceeds demand the excess water is stored in a tank. If the demand for 8 consecutive three-hour periods is 10000,10000,45000,25000,40000,15000,60000 and 35000 liters respectively, what will be the minimum capacity required of the water tank (in 1000 litres) to meet the demand?a)10 b)30 c)40 d)50

**ans**:c)40**7.**Jhaveri invested in Upendra&Upendra,Celco and Winger shares at Rs. 300,Rs.200 and Rs.5 per share respectively. He bought 100 shares for Rs.1000.The number of Upendra&Upendra and Celco shares he bought are respectivelya)23.17 b)17,23 c)17,60 d)15,25

**ans**:b)17,23**8.**a certain organization has three committees. only two persons are members of all committees, but every pair of committees have three members in common. what is the least possible no of member of members on any one committee?a)4 b)5 c)6 d) none of these.

**ans**:a)4**9.**one bottle is half-full of oil and another bottle with twice the capacity is one quarter full of oil. if water is added so that both the bottles are full and the contents of both are then poured into a third bottle that is empty and large enough to hold the contents of both, what fractions of the contents in the third bottle is oil?a)1/4 b)1/3 c)3/8 d)2/3

**ans**:b)1/3**10.**don and his wife each receive an 8 percent annual raise. if don receives a raise rs.800 and his wife receives a raise of rs. 840, what is the difference between their annual income after their raises?a)40 b)460 c)500 d)540

**ans:**d)540**11.**if x+y+z=9 and both y and z are positive integers greater than zero, then the maximum value x can take is?a.7 b.3 c.8 d. data insufficient

**ans:**a.7**if 5 tomatoes are worth 8 oranges,5 oranges are worth 4 apples, 7 apples are worth 3 pineapples and 7 pineapples cost rs.203,then he approx price of each tomato is**

12.12.

a.16 b.5 c.19 d. none of theses

**ans:**a.16**. in the relation x>y+z,x+y>p and z necessarily true?**

1313

a. y>p b .x+y>z c. y+p>x d .insufficient data

**ans**: b.x+y>z**14.**if x,y,z are three +ve integers such that x is greater than y and y is greater than z then which of the following is definitely true?a. x% of y is greater than y% of z

b. y% of x is greater than z% of y

c. z% of x is greater than y% of z

d. all of these(ans)

**15**. amar,akbar, antony eat lunch at the same restaurant everyday.if amar orders a dosa,then akbar also orders adosa.either akbar or antony always orders a dosa,but never at the same lunch.either amar or antony or both order a dosa.if antony ordes a dosa ,then amar also orders a dosa.youy can conclude that:a. amar, akbar, antony always order adosa.

b. amar and antony sometimes order a dosa,akbar never does.

c. amar and akbar always order a dosa, antony never does.(ANS)

d. amar and antony always order adosa,akbar never does.

16. a man buys postage stamps of denomination of 30ps. and 50 ps. for rs.10.00. he buys 22 stamps in all. find the no of 30ps. stamps bought by him.

a.5(ans) b.6 c.17 d.8

**17.**the ages of a and b are in the ratio 9:4. after 7 years the ratio of their aghes will be 5:3.find b's present age.a.18 b.8(ans) c.7 d.16

**18.**if 28 is divided into two parts such that one fourth of the greater part is equal to one third of the lesser part,then the greater part isa.16(ans) b.18 c.20 d.24

**19**.a man and a woman, walking together start out by both taking a step with the left foot. in order to keep together, the man whose stride is longer, takes two steps while the woman takes three. how many steps will the woman have taken they are both about to step out on the right foot for the first time together?**20.**for communicating with its satellite,NASA has only two codes is equal to 2 and<= is equal to 3.whenever the two symbols appear together the value is taken as sum of each symbol. for example <=<=*** is equal to 3+3+2+2+2=12.which of the following is equal to <=<=<=** minus <**?a.<=* b.<=** c.<=**** d.<=<=(ans)

**21**.ramesh,ram,kareem and Mohan collected coins of different countries. they collected 100 together. none collected less than 10.each collected an even number. each collected a different number. based on these, we can say that the number of coins collected by the boy who collected the most could not have exceededa.54 b.64(ans) c.58 d.60

**22.**let p,q,r and s be four statements such that:if p is true, then q is true;

if q is true,then r is true and

if s is true,then at least one of q and r is false.

then it follows that:

a. if p is true then s is false.(ans)

b. if s is falsae both q and r are true.

c. if at least one of q and r is false then s is false.

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