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Puzzles are given to the candidates to test their cognitive ability in solving them. This ability of solving puzzles is directly related to their professional ability of solving day to day issues. Hence companies started testing in solving puzzles which would help them in hiring most suitable candidates for their jobs. These questions measures the candidate's critical thinking ability creativity, intuition and ability to reason effectively. These shows the candidate's reaction procedure to the questions posed to them.

This section provides some papers on Puzzles. It is real fun to solve them. Try solving these and start solving as many as you can. This helps not only in attaining a job but also to deal day to day situtations effectively.

Puzzles For Freshers.....

### Puzzles (1-10)

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 10 comments

There is a 50m long army platoon marching ahead. The last person in the platoon wants to give a letter to the first person leading the platoon.

### Puzzles Paper - 2

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 1 comment

A series comprising of alphabets contains 13 letters. The first seven letters in the given series are A, E, F, H, I, L, M .........

### Puzzles Paper - 3

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 1 comment

A stick of length 1 is divided randomly into 3 parts.

What is the probability that a triangle can be made with those three parts?

### Puzzles Paper - 4

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 2 comments

### Puzzles Paper - 5

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 1 comment

The population of an island consists of two and only two types of people : the knights, who invariably tell the truth and the knaves who always lie.....

### Puzzles Paper - 6

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- No comments

Pappu, Nandu, Mamu and Chhoti participated in a POOL compitition. FACTS ...........

### Puzzles Paper - 7

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 1 comment

Which of the following day(s) can't be the last day of a century.......

### puzzles Paper - 8

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- No comments

### Puzzles Papers - 9

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 8 comments

Find all sets of consecutive integers that add up to 1000.

### Puzzles Papers - 10

- Article
- May 3, 2007
- 19 comments