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I want to take admission at TIFR. So I have applied for Graduate School Admissions Test and have selected Computer Science (CS) subject for this Test. I need syllabus of this Test, so someone is here who will provide detailed syllabus of Computer Science (CS) discipline for Graduate School Admissions Test conducted by TIFR?

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As you want syllabus of Graduate School Admissions Test conducted by TIFR for Computer Science (CS) discipline, so here I am providing detailed syllabus: TIFR Graduate School Admissions Test Computer Science (CS) Syllabus: Computer Science 1. Discrete Mathematics: Sets and Relations, Combinatorics (Counting) and Elementary Probability Theory, Graph Theory, Propositional and Predicate Logic. 2. Formal Languages, Automata Theory and Computability. 3. Data Structures and Algorithms: Arrays, Lists and Trees, Sorting and Searching, Graph algorithms, Complexity of problems and NPcompleteness. 4. Fundamentals of Programming Languages and Compilers: Control structures, Parameter passing mechanisms, Recursion, Parsing and type checking, Memory management. 5. Operating Systems and Concurrency 6. Switching Theory and Digital Circuits 7. Theory of Databases Systems Science 1. Engineering Mathematics: Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Elementary Numerical Analysis, Basic Optimization Theory and Algorithms, Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics. 2. Electrical and Computer Sciences: Introduction to Signals and Linear Systems Analysis, Control Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Basic Circuit Theory, Introduction to Digital Communications, Digital Computer Fundamentals, Introduction to Computer Programming. Here I am providing question paper of Computer Science discipline for your reference: TIFR Graduate School Admissions Test Computer Science (CS) Question Paper: Consider a point A inside a circle C that is at distance 9 from the centre of the circle. Suppose you are told that there is a chord of length 24 passing through A with A as its midpoint. How many distinct chords of C have integer length and pass through A? (a) 2 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) 12 (e) 14 What is the minimum number of students needed in a class to guarantee that there are at least 6 students whose birthdays fall in the same month? (a) 6 (b) 23 (c) 61 (d) 72 (e) 91 A crime has been committed with four people at the scene of the crime. You are responsible for finding out who did it. You have recorded the following statements from the four witnesses, and you know one of them has committed the crime. (1) Anuj says that Binky did it. (2) Binky says that Anuj did it. (3) Chacko says that Binky is telling the truth. (4) Desmond says that Chacko is not lying. A crime has been committed with four people at the scene of the crime. You are responsible for finding out who did it. You have recorded the following statements from the four witnesses, and you know one of them has committed the crime. (1) Anuj says that Binky did it. (2) Binky says that Anuj did it. (3) Chacko says that Binky is telling the truth. (4) Desmond says that Chacko is not lying. We are given a (possibly empty) set of objects. Each object in the set is colored either black or white; is shaped either circular or rectangular, and has a profile that is either fat or thin. These properties obey the following principles: 1. Each white object is also circular. 2. Not all thin objects are black. 3. Each rectangular object is also either thin or white or both thin and white. Consider the following statements: (i) If there is a thin object in the set, then there is also a white object. (ii) If there is a rectangular object in the set, then there are at least two objects. (iii) Every fat object in the set is circular. Which of the above statements must be TRUE for the set? (a) (i) only (b) (i) and (ii) only (c) (i) and (iii) only (d) None of the statements must be TRUE (e) All of the statements must be TRUE TIFR Graduate School Admissions Test Computer Science (CS) Question Paper: 