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# Hi friends,

This is the IBM paper .exam held on 10th June 2004 at Jadavpur
University,Kolkata.
No of students appeared; ?
Cleared written; 113
Cleared interview : 52+3

AMS and ISL. Mostly selected for AMS.
Ther was a paper of 1 hr with 40 question (20 aptitute and 20
technical) .
All carry equal marks and there is no (-)ve marking.

## Then there was a paper of 25 mins with 15 q .

All carry equal marks and there is no (-)ve marking.

APTITUDE
20 q. No Negative marking
These r the questions ; though the order is not the same.ihave tried
to recall as far as possible the actual data .

## 1)if y>x then y! / x! = ?

ans: y(y-1)(y-2)…….(x+1)

Ans: 7

## 3)A lizard ,on a circular wall moves 8 ft to reach a wall boundary

and then 6 ft to reach another boundary . How far is the lizard from
the starting point? Ans: 10ft

4)Two circles are of same radius.One is fixed and another moves over
the it.
What is the no. of revolutions it makes about the center? Ans: 2

5)A school wants to have the no. of students to b 100. It has certain
ratio of students who knows French, some Spanish,some Enlish and
others none. What is the no. of students it has?
Ans:I don't remember the exact figures but the ratio comes to b
389/420 who knows certain language.The rest know no language.Hence
the total no of students comes to b 420.

## 6)In a group of 9 persons what is the probability that 3 persons have

the same b'day in a week? Ans: 14.26%

## 7)Two trains , of same length ,moving in opposite directions cross in

18 seconds. The speed of the 2 trains being 42kmph and 48kmph. What
is the length of the trains in mts?
Ans: 225mts.

8)A pipe fills a tank in 2hrs and another empties it in 3 hrs. How
long will it take to fill the tank? Ans: 6 hrs.

9)Out of two clocks one is slower than the other by 5%, how much is
the second one faster than the slower clock? Ans:5.26%

## 10)A vehicle is to reach a certain place in 1 hr at 90 kmph. However

it slows down on the way and reaches the destination at an average
speed of 72 kmph. How much late is the
vehicle? Ans : 15 mins.

## 11)In a class average age of boys is 15 yrs and that of girls is 16

yrs. The total average being 15.6 yrs. Find the ratio of boys to
girls. Ans: 3:2

12)A person moves 25 miles South , then 25 miles West from his camp.
How far is he and in what direction from his camp? Ans : (d)none of
the above

## 13) Find the hexadecimal equivalent of the decimal no. 10767.

14) If x cows and y goats give some milk in 5 days.and a cows and b
goats
give same amt of milk in 3 days,then who give more milk.....(x,y,a,b
are
int.forgotten)
15)cant recall

16 - 20
A bar gragh . very easy. Those from R S Agarwal are more than enough.

Technical
20 q No negative marking

1)Which sorting has the same average and worst time complexity?
a.quick, b.bubble, c.merge, etc.

## 2)Declare the pointer to a function which returns int and a

function which return int
pointer?
ans: int (*f)(),int* f();
3)what does the following statement mean?
Int (*a)[4]
(a)'a' is a pointer to an array of 4 integers
(b)'a' is an array of pointers to integer
(c)'a' is a pointer to function returning an integer
(d)...
ans:a

4)class xx{
int getage();
private:
int itsage;
};
which is not useful..
a)getage() is private
b) itsage is private
c) itsage is int
d)……………..
ans:be cause getage() is private.

## 5)a question on regression testing………which testing is performed to

fix bugs developed during other testing methods
4) a question on s/w configuraton management…
5) What is the output of the following code?
Main(){ printf
("%u",main); }

## 8)A question on views…………….(may not b exact)

a)views have separate tables
b)they do not specify tables
c)they have simply definition
d)….

## 9)Which of the following has function scope:

a)automatic variables
b)static variables
c)extern variables
d)none of the above

thru it.

## 17 - 20) An easy q on codind .Just b carerful while solving.

ISL Paper

15 q in 25 minutes

## 1) Vector processing is ……………………………

2) Pipelining
a)increases cpu utilization
b)decreases m/m acces time
c)increases degree of multiprogramming
d)
3) ctrl+c effects processes
a)in the foreground
b)background
c)currently all running processes
d)
4) nice command in Unix ….. ans: changes priority level
5) Semaphore ……….a)consume processor time
b)they're difficult to code
c)they takes lots of memory
d)they won't give complete soln.
6) Which is the best scheduling algo for time-shared system?
ans: round-robin
7) Which is not a logical data structure ?
a)chain b)relational c)network d)tree
ans: chain
8) A question from OSI………………the options were
a) application b) transport c)….. d)….

## 9) A question from ARP ………….options were

c) MAC to IP…..
10) First phase of compilation a) lexical analysis
b)semantic analysis
c)syntax analysis d)none of the above

## 11)find the error in the following code

class a{
public:
void operator=(class a);
void operator,(class a);
void operator+(class a);
…..
}
ans: compilation error in line 11(cant remember the exact code: but
is write as we cant overload "," operator : so that was the only
option to choose)

12)class a{
…..
}

## c)… d)none of the above ans: (a)

13)thread and process differ in a way
a)multiple threads can use same set of registers but processes cannot
b) multiple threads can use same stack but processes cannot
c) multiple threads can share same m/m but processes cannot
d)……………

## 14) A question on concurrency………

a)multiprogramming environment
b) time-shared environment
c)a&b both
d)none of the above

## 15) A question on demand paging…………..

a)requires paging
b) requires segmantation
c) requires both
d)none of the above

## There was an interview of technical and HR both.

a) Introduce urself , ur studies , ur fututre plans , want to
study more?
b) They asked me of my family bkground, their education etc.
c) There was a lot of technical qs as well -------
Favourite subject: why?
1) about pointer to a fn returning an int pointer
1) a lot abt extern variables, there scope,, restrictions ets
3) protected data members , there accessing
4) diff bet C and C++
5) know Java --- ans: not much and not at all comfortable.

## The interview was going quite fast and a cool one.

Best of luck to u all.
Hope this paper is going to help u .

## INFOSYS PAPER AT R.V.C.E.

WROTE 262
WRITTEN CLEARED:95
FINAL SELECTION:80

## FIRST OF ALL A LOT OF THANKX TO AL THOSE PEOPLE WHO HAD SENT

EARLIER THE RECENT PAPERS .

## 1. TRY ANALYTICAL REASONING FROM OLD GRE(14Th edition) IT WILL

DEFINITELY HELP IN ANALYTICAL REASONING QUESTIONS.
PUZZLES TO PUZZLE,MORE PUZLES BY Ms. Shankuntala Devi.

## AS USUAL THERE WERE 10 QUESTION (ANALYTICAL REASONING +

MATHMATICAL APTITUDE) FOR 1 Hr. FOLLOWED BY AN EASY ENGLISH
SECTION OF (AS I REMEMBER 45 MINUTES) FOLLOWED BY A N H.R. CENTERED
INTERVIEW.
THE PUZZLE SECTION HAD THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
QUESTION OF THESE TYPES HAD COME I DONOT REMEMBER THE EXACT
VALUES GIVEN IN THE PAPER.

1.A SHOPKEEPER ARRANGES HIS FRUITS IN SUCH A WAY THAT PUTTING SAY
EITHER 3,OR 9,OR 7 APPLES IN A ROW EACH TIME ONE APPLE IS LEFT.BUT
WHEN HE PUTS SAY 11 APPLES IN A ROW NO APPLE IS LEFT.
FIND NO. OF APPLES.
ANS: TAKE L.C.M. OF EARLIER THREE NOS. ADD 1 IF DIVIDED BY 11 FINE ELSE
MULTIPLY BY 2 ADD 1 DIVIDE BY 11 .IF NOT DIVISIBLE KEEP ON REPEATING.
I GOT ANS. IN 2 STEPS.

2. A PROBLEM OF STAIRCASE:
IF I START GOING DOWN, HAVING GONE DOWN 4 STEPS I SEE X COMING UP.
I MEET X IN WAY GOING DOWN.WHEN I HAD STILL 7 STEPS TO GO DOWN X
HAD GONE UP .FIND NO. OF STEPS IN THE STAIRCASE.CONDITION: FOR EACH
OF MY ONE STEP DOWN X GOES UP 2 STEPS.
ANS:22
SOLUTION:
SAY TOTAL NO. OF STEPS X
2(X-11)=X
X=22

3.PROBLEM OF MERRYGOROUND.
TOM ON A MERRYGOROUND FINDS THAT ONE THIRD OF PEOPLE AHEAD OF
HIM AND THREE FOURTH OF PEOPLE BEHIND HIM IS EQUAL TO THE NO. OF
PEOPLE ON THE MERRYGOROUND.FIND THE NO. OF PEOPLE ON THE
MERRYGOROUND.
ANS:13
SINCE MERRY GORUND IS CIRCULAR SO
3/4X+1/3X=X+1.

## 4.A PROBLEM OF CARDS .FOUR PERSONS SITTING ON A TABLE.INFRONT OF

EACH ONE OF THEM ONE CARD IS LYING NOT HAVING SAME COLOURS ON
BOTH SIDES.2 BLUE,2 RED,2 GREEN FACES.
EACH ONE GUESSES THE COLOR OF UNSEEN FACE OF CARD .(GUESSES I
DON’T REMEMBER)
EXACTLY 2 ARE LYING.
THE FRONT FACES OF CARD ARE RED,BLUE,GREEN,RED RESPECTIVELY.
FIND THE COLORS OF UNSEEN FACES OF CARD.

## 5.FIVE PERSONS IN A CONFERENCE.

A & B CAN COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH.WHEN D JOINS THE ONLY COOMON
LANGUAGE OF COMMUNICATION IS SPANISH. A ,B,E CAN TALK TO EACH
OTHER IN FRENCH ONLY.
EXACTLY 3 PEOPLE KNOW PORTUGESE.
THE NUMBER OF LANGUAGES KNOWN BY DIFFERENT PERSONS ARE 1,2,3,4,5.
SOME OTHER SIMILAR CONDITIONS .
YOU HAVE TO FIND ANSWERS TO FOUR QUESTIONS BASED N THESE FACTS.

## 6.SAY ONA SACLE OF 100:

85 HAVE PHONES,80 CARS,75 MARRIED,70 HAVE HOUSES.
HOW MANY MINIMUM PERSONS ARE MARRIED,HAVE PHONE CAR AND
HOUSES ON A SCALE OF 100.

## 7.SOME SERIES GIVEN

3 10 20 27 54 61 _
ANS .162
SOME OTHER SERIES
TRICK: FIND SUARE ROOT THEN ADD SOME NUMBER ETC.

## 8.SOME CONDITIONS ON X<Y<=1,XY=Z

CHOOSE WHICH OPTION WOULD BE INCORRECT.
OPTIONS LIKE:
X<Y,X>Z ETC.

## 9.AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES OF FIVE DAYS ARE RECORDED.EACH

TEMPERATURE IS DIFFERENT.MULTIPLE IS 12.

ANS:-1,1,2,-2,3

ENGLISH

## 1.A SIMPLE READING COMPREHENSION 6 QUESTINS ON THAT.

2.PREPOSOTION 6 QUESTIONS.

## 3. WHICH SENETECE IS CORRECT OUT OF DO EXAMPLE

A.THEIR HABITS COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER.
B.THEIR HABITS COMPLIMENT EACH OTHER.

## 4.SELECT SENETECE OF SIMILAR MEANING:

EG.
I WAS IN AMMESSED UP SITUATION
FOUR OPTIONS
CORRECT ANS:I WAS CONFUSED
5.FIND A WORD MEANING SIMILAR IN MEANING.
I WAS EXASPERATED.
CORRECT ANS>TIRED

## DO COPREHENSION AT THE END.

INTERVIEW:

QUESTIONS:
1.INTRODUCE YOURSELF
2.QUESTION ON HOBBIES.
3.HOW WOULD YOU PROVIDE A BLIND PERSON WITH A WATCH?
MY ANSWER: HAVE A BUTTON ON WATCH BY PRESSING WHICH THE WATCH
WILL PRONOUNCE THE TIME.
4. ONE MORE PUZZLE
IN SUCH A FIGURE YOU HAVE TO

## PLACE DIFFERENT DIGITS FROM 1-8 SUCH THAT NO TWO ADJACENT

BLOCKS HAVE CONSECUTIVE DIGITS.

## 5.TELL ME IF YOU REFER TO ANY OTHER COMPUTER RELATED

MAGAZINE IF SO A RECENT IMPORTANT ARTICLE.

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seperate of everyone.tomorrow i'll send papers of kanbay.ibm is coming on
5aug.
Aptitude section of Oracle

Q1-Q5

## Two words are given by

Word 1: 83263641
Word 2: 3715468 (I don’t remember the order of the numbers.)
Each character is represented by a digit and each digit represents a character.
It is given that T and R occur four times. S and A occur two times. E, P, O and M
occur one time each. The word 2 starts with T. The letter E occurs in word one
only.

## Which number represents T.

Which number represents S.
Which character represents 2.
Which digit represents A.
Which word represents word 2.

Q6-Q10

There was a table with data related to net sales, gross profit, etc... and some
questions were asked related to it. Very easy…

Q11-Q13

A man spent 1/6th of his life in child hood, 1/12th of his life as youngster and
1/7th of his life as a bachelor. After five years of his marriage a son was born to
him. The son died four years before the father died and at the time of his death
his age was half the total age of his father.

## What is the age of the father. (84)

At what age was he married.(33)
What is the age of his son.(42)

Q14

Rita puts 9 pairs of black socks and 8 pairs of white socks in a drawer. She takes
3 socks. What is the probability that we get a pair of black socks.

Q15

## What is the value of the following series

1/7 + 2/72 + 1/73 +2/74 + 1/75 + ……….

Q16

## What should be the value of a, in the polynomials x2 – 11x + a and x2 – 14x +

2a, so that these two polynomials have common factors.

## a) 24 b)1 c)-1 d)1/2

Q17

What is the sum of all the four digit numbers formed using the digits 0, 1, 2 and 3.
None of the two digits should be repeated.

Q18
In a right angled triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is twice the product of the
other two sides. Then one of the acute angles of the triangle is…

Q19

## What is the last digit of 7291

Q20

There are two square rooms. Both are of same height. The second room is 5m
longer than the first room. The rate for papering the walls is 10 paisa per square
meter. The total cost for papering the rooms is Rs 60 and Rs 80. What is the
height of the rooms.

Q21

There are two numbers in the ratio 8:9. if the smaller of the two numbers is
increased by 12 and the larger number is reduced by 19 thee the ratio of the two
numbers is 5:9.
Find the larger number.

Q22

In class of 10 students, the teacher writes a number on the board. The first
student tells that the number is divisible by 1, the second student tells that the
number is divisible by 2, the third by 3, the forth by 4 and so on till 10. If the
statement of one of the students in wrong then what is the least number possible.
Q23-Q25

The first and the last sentences of a set of sentences are given. The middle four
sentences are in jumbled form we have to select the order in which the
sentences are to be placed so that they convey a meaningful message.

Q26-Q27

## I think it is an analytical question. A passage with two paragraphs is given. Then

two questions are asked based on it. Could not remember it.

Q28

A stamp collector arranges his stamps during his free time. When he arranges
his stamps in pairs, there is one stamp left. It is the same when he arranges the
stamps in groups of 3, 4, 5 and 6. Now, how many stamps will he be left with
when he arranges them in groups of 8.

## Sorry I don’t remember the other two questions.

Technical Questions

Here also, there were 30 questions and 30 minutes were given to answer.

Q1

Q2

## What is the output of the following C program.

Main()

Printf(“%c”,”abcdefgh”[4]);

Q3

## What is the o/p of the following C-program.

Main()
{
Char str[7]=”strings”;
Printf(“%s”,str);
}

Q4

## What is the o/p of the following C-program.

Main()
{
Char *str[] = { “Frogs”,” do”, “not”, “die”, “they”, “croak!”);
Printf(“%d %d”,sizeof(str),sizeof(str[0]));
}

Q5

Main()
{
File *fp;
fp=fopen(“xyz”,”r”);
}

## What does fp point to?

Q6

What is the maximum no. of arguments that can be given in a command line in
C.

Q7

When the variables are pushed into the stack, which method is used to retrieve
them from it.

Q8

## What is the size of integer variable in JAVA?

Q9

A programs reads “The man and the boy\r\n” from a file using fgets() and stores it
in str[]. Then the string stored in str is

## a) “The man and the boy\r\n\0”

b) “The man and the boy\r\0”
c) “The man and the boy\n\0”
d) “The man and the boy\0”

## Only these questions I was able to recollect.

After this written exam, we had another written for the short-listed students. It
contained algorithms and coding. There were two questions.

1)
The first one was the conversion of a given _expression into its postfix form and
then to evaluate it.

2)
The question was to have a circularly linked link-list of integers 1 to n. I we give k
as an input then we have to output(print) 1, k, 1+2k, 1+3k … till n and we have to
delete these numbers. When we give then next k we have to continue the same
process starting with 2. The linked needs to be maintained.

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## FOR ENGLISH DO BARRON'S AND FOR APTITUDE DO BARRON'S

ANALYTICAL ABILITY

DISTANCE,WORK...

MOST OF THE

ENGLISH:

SENTENCES,FILL

deduce from

a given passage

## A.UNMUSICAL B...... C...... (dont remember

the other

choices)

2. PERJURY:OATH

A.PLAGIARISM:AUTHORITY B. EMBEZZLEMENT:TRUST
C.DISRESPECT:AGE

D. TESTIMONY:COURT E.JURY:VOW

4.PRIDE:LIONS

## A.GAGGLE:GEESE B.HONOR:THIEVES C.SNARL:WOLVES

D.ARROGANCE:KINGS E.LAIR:BEARS
5.There was a long passage on organic farming and
deductions based on

APTITUDE:

and 100

## people. the 1st person toggles the status of each switch

which is a multiple

and so on.

numbers

RAMDONLY ON A

PIECE OF PAPER??

A.10 B.12

KM/HR....WHAT

MINS??....

## 4.X IS 10% LESS THAN Y.....WHAT PERCENTAGE IS Y MORE THAN

X??
5.TAKING A PEN AND WITHOUT LIFTING IT DRAW AROUND THE EDGES
OF A

A.9 B.12

## 6.WHICH IS THE NUMBER NOT FITTING THIS SERIES

1,4,3,16,6,36,7,49,8,64,9,..100

## 7.A BOAT COVERS A DISTANCE WITH 4 METRES/SECS AND ANOTHER

BOAT COVERS

HALF THE DISTANCE WITH 4.5 METRES/SECS AND THE SECOND HALF
IN 3.5

SECS AFTER THE

LINE??

IS SAYING

## X:--.I DINT DO IT Y:--.Z DID IT Z.---X DID IT

M A R S+VENUS+URANUS+SATURN=NEPTUNE

## WHERE THE ALPHABETS RePRESENT numbers from 1-9 and 6 & 1

occur most
frequently.what is neptune??...there were choices i dont
remember.

numbers from

people have 2 go

lucky numbered

remember.

andhra in a taxi

from bandra 2

colaba....the

correctly

the fare the

## a.175 b.150 c.300 d.75

TECHNICAL:
1. what will the following program do?

main()

main();

call goes on

a. CDMA b. CSMA

## 6. which of the following is not an object oriented

programming lang?

## a. c++ b. java c. ADA d. simulus 67

7. which of these are not related to internet chatting?

a. IP b. IM c. IRC d. Op

finally 21

were selected.

SUBJECTS

STANDARD

## ALL THE BEST

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