Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) - Placement Papers

Download previous year solved question papers and sample papers of Bharat Electronics Limited, Bangalore (BEL) for the post of Probationary Engineer (PE), Assistant Engineer - AE, Assistant Foremen - AF, Engineering Assistant trainee, Senior Engineer, Manager, Deputy Engineer, Contract Engineer, Project Engineer and Graduate Apprentice post for various branch of Engineering. You can download solved papers for past 10 years and also question papers with solution here for the above mentioned recruitment examinations. You can also find interview experience, Question paper pattern and interview questions.

Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) conducts examination for various branch of Engineering. Engineering Degree\Diploma Holders in Electronics, Electronics & Communication, Electronics & Telecommunication, Communication, Telecommunication, Civil Engineering, Electrical, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mechanical, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering disciplines are eligible for applying for the examination.

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Books For BEL Examination:
Download preferred books for preparing for BEL examinations and interview. The books include technical, aptitude and general awareness, etc.
BEL Probationary Engineer (PE) Papers:

Electronics - EC :
1991 Paper 1995 Paper1996 Paper1998 Paper
2000 Paper 2003 Paper2004 Paper2008 Paper
2014 Paper

Model Papers:
Paper - 1 Paper - 2Paper - 3Paper - 4
Paper - 5 Paper - 6Paper - 7Paper - 8

Computer Science - CS:
2005 Paper2008 Paper2014 Paper

Mechanical - Mech:
2014 Paper

General Awareness Papers:
BEL Assistant Engineer (AE) Papers:
AE 2005 PaperAE 2006 Paper Part IIAE 2007 Part IAE 2007 Paper Part II
AE 2008 Paper

AE Sample Paper

BEL Assistant Foremen(AF) Papers:
Interview Questions And Experience:
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About BEL:

BEL stands for Bharat Electronics Limited ,BEL 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 written test solved model question papers,bel job interview questions Latest BEL Company Profile Placement paper Questions with answers Selection Process Recruitment Process Written Examination details and Date of Examination, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) was established at Bangalore, India, by the Government of India under the Ministry of Defence in 1954 to meet the specialized electronic needs of the Indian defence services. Over the years, it has grown into a multi-product, multi-technology, multi-unit company serving the needs of customers in diverse fields in India and abroad.

BEL offers products and services in a wide spectrum of technology like Radars, Military Communications, Naval Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Telecommunications, Sound and Vision Broadcasting, Opto-Electronics, Tank Electronics, Solar Photovoltaic Systems, Embedded Software and Electronic Components. With its expertise developed over the years, the company also provides turnkey systems solutions.

Units of Bharat Electronics Limited are in the following cities of India:

Bangalore (Corporate Head Office)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Panchkula (Haryana)
Kotdwara, (Uttarakhand)
Ghaziabad, (Uttar Pradesh)
Navi Mumbai

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Merchant Banking And Financial Services - BA 9258

(Regulation 2009)
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PART A — (10 × 2 = 20 Marks)

1. What is merchant banking?
2. What is OTCEI?
3. Define green shoe option.
4. What is book building?
5. Define reverse merger.
6. What is portfolio management?
7. What is operating lease?
8. What is hire purchase?
9. What is bill discounting?
10. What is real estate financing?

PART B — (5 × 16 = 80 Marks)

11. (a) Define merchant banking? Discuss in detail the various services rendered by merchant bankers.[Marks 16]
(b) Elaborate the recent developments and challenges ahead of merchant banking in India.[Marks 16]

12. (a) Explain the various methods of public issue? What is an IPO? Explain the IPO issue management activities performed by merchant banker.[Marks 16]
(b) Discuss the guidelines for Merchant Bankers issued by SEBI.[Marks 16]

13. (a) What is credit rating? What functions does it provide? Why do companies go for rating their securities? What benefits do the investors get from credit rating?[Marks 16]
(b) Define a mutual fund and describe the various schemes that can he offered by it. Explain the various factors to be considered before selecting a mutual.[Marks 16]

14. (a) Explain the various types of leases. Evaluate leasing by highlighting its advantages and disadvantages.[Marks 16]
(b) What is hire purchase? In what ways it is different from leasing? Explain the guidelines applicable to banks for hire purchase business.[Marks 16]

15. (a) What is a credit card? What are the facilities offered to credit card holders? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of credit card to various parties.[Marks 16]
(b) What are the methods of venture capital financing in India. Explain the importance of venture capital for the development of a country. [Marks 16]

Software Engineering And Quality Assurance - IT2251

Fourth Semester
Information Technology
(Regulation 2008)

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PART A — (10 × 2 = 20 Marks)

1. What are the different phases of Software Engineering?
2. Define Software process model.
3. Why is requirements elicitation process difficult?
4. What is the notation used by functional modeling?
5. How is functional independence measured?
6. When is transaction mapping applied?
7. What are 'side effects' while debugging?
8. When is orthogonal array testing applicable?
9. Why LOC is not treated as a standard metric?
10. What are baseline criteria in SCM?

PART B — (5 × 16 = 80 Marks)

11. (a) (i) How are software myths affecting software process? Explain with the help of examples. (Marks 2 + 6 = 8)
(ii) Discuss major areas of the applications of the software. (Marks 8)
(b) (i) Describe the role of management in software development with the help of examples. (Marks 8)
(ii) How do 'Project risk' factors affect the spiral model of software development? (Marks 8)

12. (a) What are prototyping techniques? How are prototype models prepared for a software process? Discuss. (Marks 3 + 3 +10)
(b) Describe the structure of software requirements specification documents explaining clearly the standards to be followed. Write a typical SRS for bank transaction. (Marks 8 + 8)

13. (a) (i) What are the characteristics of good design? Describe the different types of coupling and cohesion. How is design evaluation performed? (Marks 3 + 4 + 3)
(ii) State the effects of coupling and cohesion in software quality. (Marks 6)
(b) (i) Why is UID critical for highly interactive software? How is the real time software design performed for a long term software project? (Marks 2 + 4 + 4)
(ii) Write down the software design procedures for Data Acquisition and control system. (Marks 6)

14. (a) (i) Enumerate the various types of software test. Which type of testing is suitable for boundary condition? Justify. (Marks 2 + 6)
(ii) How do you relate software testing results with reliability of the product? Explain. (Marks 8)
(b) (i) Explain software implementation techniques. What is the percentage in total cost of the project? How do you expedite the implementation stage? (Marks 6 + 2)
(ii) What is meant by control flow testing? ''Is it always falling with data flow testing in case of software''? Justify.

15. (a) State the need for software quality planning and control. How do you assess the process and product quality of software? Write the quality assurance standards. (Marks 4 + 6 + 6)
(b) Write short notes on:
(i) SCM. (Marks 4)
(ii) Software cyclomatic complexity metric. (Marks 6)
(iii) Software cost estimation. (Marks 6)

Industrial Relations And Labour Welfare - BA9266

(Regulation 2009)



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PART A — (10 × 2 = 20 Marks) 

1. Define trade union.
2. What do you mean by industrial relations?
3. Define Strike.
4. List any two benefits of Industrial peace.
5. Mention two advantages of educating laborers.
6. Define Training.
7. State any two occupational Hazards.
8. What do you mean by Hygiene?
9. Who is a child labour?
10. What is social assistance? 

PART B — (5 × 16 = 80 Marks) 

11. (a) Discuss the industrial relation problems in the public sector.
(b) Write a detailed note on ''Codes of conduct''.

12. (a) List down the causes of strike and explain its types.
(b) Compare conciliation, arbitration with adjudication procedures.

13. (a) What are statutory welfare measures? Explain with illustrations.
(b) Explain the objectives, scope and need for voluntary welfare measures.

14. (a) How do you prevent accidents? What are its causes? Explain.
(b) Write a note on significance of industrial health and hygiene.

15. (a) List down the special categories of labours. (any THREE)
(b) Discuss the significance and implications of social security in detail.

Engineering Chemistry II - CY2161

B.E./B.Tech.Degree Examinations, November/December 2010
Regulations 2008
Second Semester
Common to all branches (except Marine Engg)
CY2161 Engineering Chemistry II



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Part A - (10 x 2 = 20 Marks)

1. What i s single electrode potential?
2. De¯ne a reference electrode with an example.
3. What i s the e®ect of H2S gas when it comes into contact with iron metal?
4. What are organic inhibitors? What will be the reason for the increase in inhibiting power of aliphatic amines in the following given order? NH3 < R3N.
5. With an example, state what is cracking.
6. Write the expression for the amount of air required for combustion of 1 kg fuel.
7. De¯ne the degrees of freedom in phase rule.
8. Mention any two advantages of alloy making.
9. What are chromophores? Give one example.
10. What is the principle of estimation of iron by colorimetry?

Part B - (5 x 16 = 80 Marks)

11. (a) (i) What is an ion selective electrode? Explain its principle and working. (6)
(ii) Derive an expression for Nernst equation. The emf of a cell measured by means of a hydrogen electrode against a saturated calomel electrode at 298 K is 0.4188 V. If the pressure of the H2(g) was maintained at 1 atm, calculate the pH of the unknown solution, given the potential of reference calomel electrode i s 0.2415 V. (10)
11. (b) Give a detailed account of conductometric titrations. (16)

12. (a) (i) Explain the sacri¯cial anode and impressed current techniques for the pre- vention of corrosion.(8)
(ii) What are the factors which in°uence chemical corrosion and electrochem- ical corrosion? (8)
12. (b) (i) What are corrosion inhibitors? Classify di®erent types of inhibitors with examples. (8)
(ii) What are the requisites of a good paint? Discuss the ingredients of a paint and explain their functions. (8)

13. (a) (i) How i s metallurgical coke manufactured by Otto Ho®mann's method? What are the important by products recovered from coke oven gas? (8)
(ii) Describe the signi¯cance of ultimate analysis of coal. (4)
(iii) List the fractions of hydrocarbons collected between boiling range of 30±C- 400±C by fractional distillation of crude oil. (4)
13. (b) (i) What i s hydrogenation of coal? Write the Fischer-Tropsh process of man- ufacture of liquid fuels from solid fuels. (8)
(ii) Write in detail chemical reactions involved in the manufacture of producer gas and mention its chemical composition. (8)

14. (a) (i) Illustrate with an example how phase diagrams are drawn from thermal analysis data. (10)
(ii) Determine P and C and calculate F for the decomposition of CaCO3 in a closed vessel. CaCO3(s) ­ CaO(s) + CO2(g) (6) OR 14.
(b) (i) Mention two non-ferrous alloys. Give their composition and uses. (6)
(ii) Name ¯ve di®erent alloy steels and brie°y explain their applications. (10)

15. (a) (i) Write the principle of UV spectroscopy. (6)
(ii) Write the mechanism of interaction between the vibrating molecule and infra-red radiation. (6)
(iii) A solution of thickness 2 cm. transmitted 40% incident light. Calculate the concentration of this solution, given that the molar absorptivity is 6000 dm3 mol¡1cm¡1. (4)
15. (b) (i) With a neat diagram explain the principle, instrumentation and working of atomic absorption spectroscope. How will you estimate the amount of nickel using atomic absorption spectroscopy? (10)
(ii) Describe the steps involved in the determination of sodium ion concentra- tion in a given sample solution using °ame photometer. (6)

Operating Systems - 4th CS2254

Fourth Semester
Computer Science and Engineering
(Common to Information Technology)
(Regulation 2008)

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PART A - (10 X 2 = 20 Marks)

1. List down the functions of operating systems
2. What do you mean by multiprogramming?
3. What do you mean by short term scheduler?
4. What is a deadlock?
5. What is address binding?
6. What do you mean by page fault?
7. What is a file? List some operations on it.
8. What are the various file accessing methods?
9. What is rotational latency?
10. What is a swap space?

PART B- (5 X 16 = 80 Marks)

11. (a) (i) Explain how hardware protection can be achieved and discuss in detail the dual mode of
operations. (8 Marks)
(ii) Explain in detail any two operating system structures. (8 Marks)
(b) What is meant by a process? Explain states of process with neat sketch and discuss the process state transition with a neat diagram. (16 Marks)

12. (a) What is a critical section? Give examples. What are the minimum requirements that should be
satisfied by a solution to critical section problem? Write Peterson Algorithm for 2-process
synchronization to critical section problem and discuss briefly. (16 Marks)
(b) Allocation Maximum Available
a b c d a b c d a b c d
p0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 5 2 0
p1 1 0 0 0 1 7 5 0
p2 1 3 5 4 2 3 5 6
p3 0 6 3 2 0 6 5 2
p4 0 0 1 4 0 6 5 6

Answer the following
(i) What is the content of the need matrix?
(ii) Is the system in a safe state?
(iii) If the request for process p1 arrives for (0,4,2,0) can it be granted immediately. (16 Marks)

13. (a) Given memory partition of 100 KB, 500 KB, 200 KB and 600 KB (in order). Show with neat
sketch how would each of the first-fit , best-fit and worst-fit algorithms place processes of 412 KB, 317 KB, 112 KB and 326 KB(in order). Which algorithm is most efficient in memory allocation? (16 Marks)
(b) Explain the concept of demand paging. How can demand paging be implemented with virtual
memory? (16 Marks)

14. (a) (i) Explain various file allocation methods in detail. (8 Marks)
(ii) What are the possible structures for directory? Discuss them in detail. (8 Marks)
(b) Explain in detail the free space management with neat diagram. (16 Marks)

15. (a) Explain in detail various disk scheduling algorithms with suitable example. (16 Marks)
(b) Write short notes on the following :
(i) I/O Hardware (8 Marks)
(ii) RAID structure. (8 Marks)

BDL - Bharat Dynamics Limited Previous Year Question Paper

Bharat Dynamics limited (BDL) recruits fresh engineer every year for its management trainee program. The examination is held usually in the month of July. Previous year question paper for the BDL exam are available rarely in websites. You cant download the question papers anywhere.
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About BDL:
BDL was established in the year 1970 to be a manufacturing base for guided weapon systems.  It’s coming into being reflects the visionary wisdom of the Nation to achieve self-reliance in the technological domain.  Nurtured by a pool of talented engineers drawn from DRDO and aerospace industries, BDL began its journey by producing a 1st Generation Anti Tank Guided Missile-the French SS11B1.  This product was a culmination of a Licence Agreement the Government of India entered into with Aerospatiale, France.   From  a humble beginning in rented premises of Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation (APIDC) at Sanatnagar, Hyderabad, the Company today boasts of two  modern manufacturing complexes sprawled over 1300 acres located at Kanchanbagh, Hyderabad and Bhanur, Medak District, AP.

On successful completion of the SS11B1 project, BDL embarked on production of  2nd generation ATGMs – the French Milan-2 and Russian Konkurs.  These projects were taken up for licence production with technical collaboration from M/s.Euromissile, France and M/s.KBP, Tula, Russia.  These products covered a broad spectrum of the requirements of the Indian Army’s infantry and mechanized forces.  The productionization process at BDL with a phase-wise transfer of technology laid emphasis on indigenization, which enabled its engineers to gain deep insight into the system engineering and design concept of ATGMs.  In this process, BDL also interacted with numerous Indian industrial partners to develop and nurture them as reliable supply change elements.

While fulfilling it’s role as a manufacturing agency, the domain knowledge gained has been fully exploited by the Design & Engineering Division of BDL to develop value added items for it’s customers.  A few of the products realized are:
a)   Fagot Launcher Adapted for Milan Equipment (FLAME) – An indigenous    
      launcher for Milan ATGM.
b)  Test Equipment for Konkurs Missile.
c)   Test Equipment for Konkurs Launcher.
d)  Counter Measure Dispensing System (CMDS), etc.

In recognition of its outstanding work and quality products, the company and its members have been consistently winning National awards in a wide varieity of areas as under:-

   DRDO Technology Transfer and Assimilation Award.- 1996
   Raksha Mantri Award  for Import Substitution and Innovation -2002-03
   Raksha Mantri’s Award  for Design Efforts for CMDS -2004-05
   Raksha Mantri’s Award  for Import Substitution (IRII)-2005-06
   Sodet Award   for CMDS -2005-06
   FAPCCI Award for Excellence in Research and Development-2005-06
   Golden Peacock Award for Electronics Division-2007