# Tasa Interview Questions, Process, and Tips

Ques:- How many numbers of hacking over concrete surface required for 1 sq m area ?
Ques:- If Rs 20/- is available to pay for typing a research report & typist A produces 42 pages and typist B produces 28 pages. How much should typist A receive?

Total Pages = 42+28 = 70 pages
for 70 pages we give Rs.20/-
and for 42 pages we give x
thus x = (42×20)/70
x = 12

Ques:- A person was fined for exceeding the speed limit by 10mph. Another person was also fined for exceeding the speed limit by twice the same. If the second person was travelling at speed of 35mph . Find the speed limit ?

let the speed limit be x.
speed by first rider S1 and 2nd rider be S2.
S1=x+10;
ans S2=x+2*10; and given S2=35.
solving we get x=15mph.

Ques:- Why are u changing ur job
Ques:- How will you sell a mobile ?
Ques:- WHAT IS YOUR ULTIMATE AIM IN LIFE
Ques:- What is the missing number in 56 / 7 = ? – 5

13

Ques:- Introduce yourself
Ques:- My total life story
Ques:- About me. About my job experience, Technical skills, Special skills, projects, extra activities, ambition, etc
Ques:- JOB CHANGE REASON
Ques:- How do you feel about those who bend the rules or take acasual attitude about procedure?
Ques:- In a division sum, quotient is 403, divisor is 100 and remainder is 58. Then dividend will be
A. 40318
B. 40358
C. 41318
D. 49158

40358

Ques:- A man walks east and turns right and then from there to his left and then 45degrees to his right.In which direction did he go
Ques:- When an object like cube or sphere is seen along x,y,z,axes we get the same.Apart from these suggest another which has similar characteristics?

Triangular Prism

Ques:- Find (7x + 4y ) / (x-2y) if x/2y = 3/2 ?
A. data insufficient
B. 6
C. 8
D. 7
E. 9
Ques:- Why you switch from BSc to MBA?
Ques:- 6 cats kill 6 rats in 6 minutes .how many cats will be needed to kill 100 rats in 50 minutes?

one cat kill one rat six minutes
so 1 cat kill 100 rat willbe needed 6*100=600minutes
then 100 rates kill 50minutes means then 600/50=12

Ques:- if a 36 cm thread is used to wrap a book , lengthwise twice and breadthwise once, what is the size of the book?

@ Aprameya Shyam
2x+4y=36.
(2,8) -> 16sqcm.
(4,7) -> 28sqcm.
(6,6) -> 36sqcm

Ques:- Why I didn’t chose for the placement offer I received from my campus
Ques:- What are your main key strenghths & achievements?
Ques:- At present, who is the watchdog of international trade?(1) The World Bank(2) WTO(3) GATT(4) IMF

WTO

Ques:- A man driving the car at twice the speed of auto one day he was driven car for 10 min. and car is failed. he left the car and took auto to go to the office .he spent 30 min. in the auto. what will be the time take by car to go office?

25

Ques:- Evaluate the average of first 10 even numbers is?

11

Ques:- What percentage of numbers from 1 to 70 have squares that end in the digit 1?
A. 1
B. 14
C. 20
D. 21

C. 20

Ques:- What can six men do at a time which six women cant do?

Six men can at a time put mangala sutra (marriage) to their
spouses where six women cant do

Ques:- In a can, there is a mixture of milk and water in the ratio 4 : 5. If it is filled with an additional 8 litres of milk the can would be full and ratio of milk and water would become 6 : 5. Find the capacity of the can?

Ans-44
4x+8=6Y
5X=5Y
X=Y
FROM EQ 1
2X=8
X=4
6Y+5Y=11*4=44

Ques:- In what time will a train 100 m long cross an electric pole, it its speed be 144 km/hr?

2.5 sec

Ques:- In a race of 1000 m, A can beat by 100 m, in a race of 800m, B can beat C by 100m. By how many meters will A beat C in a race of 600 m?

When A runs 1000 meters, B runs 900 meters and when B runs 800 meters, C runs 700 meters.

Therefore, when B runs 900 meters, the distance that C runs = (900 x 700)/800 = 6300/8 = 787.5 meters.

So, in a race of 1000 meters, A beats C by (1000 – 787.5) = 212.5 meters to C.

So, in a race of 600 meters, the number of meters by Which A beats C = (600 x 212.5)/1000 = 127.5 meters.

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