IBM Placement Papers and Eligibility Criteria

IBM is one of the global leaders in Hardware, Software and in the field of Outsourcing Services. IBM is known as International Business Machine. It was established in the year 1868 by Herman Hollerith. Its headquarter is at Armonk, New York, U.S.A. Its CEO is Ginni Rometty. Its total revenue till the year 2012 is US$104.5 billion. Its Net Income till the year 2012 is US$16.6 billion. It has more than 434,246 employees worldwide. Its business region is spread over more then 170 countries across worldwide. IBM laid its foundation by 1992. In India its Managing director is Vanitha Narayan, Vice President Rajesh Nambiar and Senior Advisor Shanker Annaswamy. Mission of the IBM is “Dedication to every Clients Success”. IBM nick name is “Big Blue”.


* Automated Teller Machine.
* Hard Disk Drive.
* Relational Database.
* Virtual Machine Software’s.


* Candidates should have overall marks of 65% in Class X, XII and in Graduation.
* Candidates should not have any current backlog till fourth semester.


As IBM in India is considered as mass recruiter but due to recession in year 2013 they have recruited only 100 candidates out of 600. Salary offered for MCA and B.E/B.Tech candidates was 3.25 Lakhs per year and for M.Tech candidates Rs 3.75 Lakhs per year. Apart from these they will also provide you Rs 3 Lakhs Health Insurance without any investment and transportation facility.

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IBM Written test details with IBM Placement Papers

There was little change in written exam pattern which was held in BIT Mesra Campus in the year 2103. There was no online exam and questions we have to solve on paper. There were a total of 20 questions in written exam and total duration for the written exam was 5 minutes. Within this time you will have to solve the questions as well as you have to sign in attendance sheet. You can download IBM Placement Papers in doc and pdf format which you can use to get idea about previous papers of Infosys written Test. The questions were from Series sections and all the questions were very hard and tricky. Series questions were from Alphabets, Numbers, Binary digits, Sentence arrangement. Most of the candidates get disqualified in this stage. So for the next time you will have to work hard and try to focus on series section.

Group discussion section was also very tough and it may be possible that there can be two GD as because this is the only stage where they eliminate the candidates.

In Technical and HR round they will ask you the simple questions from language C and SQL. If impressed from your answer then they will asked questions from DBMS, so be prepared. All candidates who get selected after GD round are mostly selected. In HR round they will ask simple questions such as about your hobby, tell me about your family background, why you have chosen this institutions for study…etc.

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