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HAL EXAM PATTERN, Previous Papers for all branches

Thursday 18 August 2011
Published by Roma Rahul Gupta for Chhattisgarh Online

HAL EXAM PATTERN,  Previous Papers for all branches

The pattern of the recruitment test for HAL is given below:
The test consists of 160 qs. Duration is 150 min .         
First section 20 qs related to General awareness and English         
Second section 20 Qs related to mental ability and Quantitative ability.         
Third section 120 Qs purely related to your Technical subjects .

There are five disciplines in which the question booklets are divided:

• Aeronautical

• Electrical and Electronics

• Mechanical and Production

• Metallurgy

• Computer Science

Paper Pattern

There are 160 questions in all the booklets. The questions are all objective types. There are 15 questions on General Awareness, 25 questions on General Engineering, 120 questions on the specific discipline. Each question carries 1 mark. So the total is 160.

There is no negative marking in the exam. Some further considerations are also made for the candidature. The candidates should have passed the final year of any of the specified branches. There is also a requirement of 60% marks in aggregate in all the semesters for general candidates and 50% marks for SC/ST Candidates.
    Aeronautical Engineering 

    Air Fuel ratio in a jet engine will be of the order of: 

(a) 10:1                       (b) 15:1
(c)  20:1                      (d) 60:1 

    Fighter bombers use following type of engine:

(a) Turbo-jet                (b) Turbo-propeller
(c)  Rocket                   (d)  Ram-jet

    Mechanical Engineering           

    Least shrinkage allowance is provided in the case of following:

(a) Brass                      (b) Aluminium
(c) Cast Iron                (d) Steel 

    If  V  is the volume of metal in a casting and A its surface area, the time of solidification will be proportional to:

(a) V, 1/A                     (b) V,1/A2  
(c ) V2 ,1/A                   (d) V2, 1/A2 

    Fire tube boilers are limited to a maximum design working pressure of :

(a) 1 kg/cm2                 (b) 6 kg/cm2
(C) 17 kg/cm2              (d ) 100 kg/cm2 


1.      A dislocation represented by T is called:

      (a)    Positive edge dislocation
(b)    Negative edge dislocation
(c)    Positive screw dislocation
(d)   Negative screw dislocation

        2.      The recrystallisation temperature of a cold worked material decreases with: 

      (a)    Increase in the degree of deformation
(b)   Increase in the initial grain size
(c)    Increase in the temperature of cold working
(d)   The presence of impurity

     Electrical Engineering

     1.      In a thyrister full converter feeding a continuous load current, what is the duration each thyrister conducts in a cycle?

(a) 60 0             (b)  90 0
(c) 120 0           (d)  180 0 

2.      In a three-phase induction motor, the rotor field runs at the following speed with Respect to the stator structure: 

      (a) At synchronous speed in the direction of stator field
(b) At a slip speed in the direction of stator speed
(c) At synchronous speed in a direction opposite to that of stator field
(d) At zero speed


1.      In the hybrid parameter model of a transistor reverse transfer voltage ratio and forward transfer current ratio are respectively given by:

(a) h11 and  h21         (b) h12 and h11
(c) h21 and h11        (d) None of these

2.      A Signal x(t) has the Fourier transform

          X(?) = { 1 for | ? | < }W  . Its first zero-crossing in time domain occurs at:

       O otherwise

          (a) 1/pW           (b) W
          ( c)  p/ W          (d) None of these

    Computer Science

 1.      Magnetic tapes are suitable to applications:

      (a)    When only a few records are to be accessed
(b)   When most of the records are to be accessed
(c)    Only when all the records  are to be processed
(d)    None of the above

2.      A system in which 2 or more cpu’s are interconnnected and share a common

Main memory is called:

      (a)    Pipeline machine
(b)    Multifunctional system
(c)    Multiprocess
(d)   None of these


1.When the hands of the clock are opposite to each other between 4 and 5?

2. J/R : 11/10 :: T/K : ?

3.shave : ? : : Knife : cut

a)razor b) mirror c) lather…..

4.Given the volume of the cube,hw many litres it can hold?

Answer : know the relation 1cu.m= 1kl(1000 litres)

5.Many questions were like asking the next expected figure,given a sequence of figures.

General knowledge:

1.Director of famous teleserial "MAHABHARATA"?

Answer : B.R.Chopra

2.Which spice in Europe called "Black Gold"?

Answer : pepper

3.Find the odd man out:
4.The magic spell to open the door in Harry Potter?
5.How many members in Rajya sabha?
Answer : Max strength-250,actual strength-245

Technical questions:

Most of the questions were from Theory of computation,try to learn the basics of compiler design(I dont exactly remember those ques)

Programming languages:

Topics covered were: operator overloading,friend functions,virtual fns,this pointer (know the concepts)

1. auto variables when uninitialized,the default value is ?

Answer : garbage value

2. scanf("%d,%d,%d",&a,&b,&c)

The input is 123456'

what is the value in a,b,c?

Digital circuits and Computer architecture:

Know all the gates logic like NAND, NOR, AND, OR, XOR, etc...

Concentrate on logic families (especially TTL,CMOS- power supply and related questions)

Know all the number conversion(decimal - hexadecimal, hexadecimal - octal, octal - hexadecimal, binary - decimal and so on...)

Know the number arithmetic(1's & 2's complement,sign and magnitude)-also their range of representation for n bit no.

1.GPU stands for

Answer : Graphics Processing Unit

2.what is a Peripheral?

3. x * y = x + y
z = x * y
x * x =? (Boolean expressions)

4.The data rate of USB 2.0 ?

Answer : 480 Mb/s [megabits/s]

5.How many represntation are in , mod-6 counter? also know number of flip-flops needed?

6.8086 - how many bit processor?

ans :16

7.1111( a binary no) - 1111( a binary no)= ? ( in binary no)

8.Binary information stored in ?

a) registers b) flip-flop ....

Answer : a

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