Tata Consultancy Services Placement Paper Contributed by Firoz updated on Mar 2019

TCS recruites every year through campus and off-campaus recruitment drives. If you want to get success in placement tests, you should know the patterns on the particular company like TCS. And you’ve to workout old placement papers too. Now this is a TCS model placement paper. In this paper we’ve included the TCS Email Writing Latest Questions. 

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TCS Email Writing Latest Questions

Directions:
1. Use all the phrases given 
2. Minimum words should be 50 otherwise your email cannot be validated
3. Addressing and signing should be done as in the question given. 
4. Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard english.
5. You can use your own phrases along with the phrases given. 

Question : 1
As a member of your residential society, write an email to inspector of local Police station, Mr.Sharma, informing him about miscreants who ride their bikes rashly every evening outside your society. Sign the email as william.

Outline:
residential area - ride - rashly - children - play - elderly - walk - grocery shop - across the road - dangerous - accidents - nuisance - action - immediately.

Question 2:
As a recent buyer of their car, write an email to the Manager of Smart Automative company, Mr.Ahmed, regarding the poor quality of service facility available in the city. Sign the email as Chopra.

Outline:
very few - service centers - complaints - pending problems - maintenance - cost - time - delivery - increase - customer satisfaction

Question 3: 
As a former student, write an email to your professor, Mr.Matt, thanking her for teaching and guidance that contributed to your overall development. Sign the email as peter.

Outline:
Successful - Placed - grateful - help - advice - grooming - values - shaping my future - sincere - professional 

Question 4:
As an intern at ABC consulting Pvt.Ltd, write an email to your internship Project Manager, Mr.Ramesh, informing about the progress that you are making and some difficulties that your are encountering. Sign the email as Ben.

Outline:
Thank - challenging - progress - tight schedule - support - report - analytics - guidance - access - doubt - requirements - design.

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