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OBJECTIVE SCIENCE QUIZ FOR ALL COMPETITION SERISE 44 BPSC 67th COMPLETE TEST 1

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Directions (1-6): Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow it. Some words are highlighted to help you answer some of the questions.

A large number of branches of banks have been set up in the villages. The main purpose of setting up these banks is to develop the habit of saving among the villagers and also to give loans to farmers for boosting production in one way or the other. So far banks had been concentrated in the bigger cities and Indian villagers had not faith in them. The new banks also intend to re-channel bank credit from the big industries to the small sectors. With the intention of promoting rural banking, regional rural banks were established. These aligned the local field with the rural problems. These banks are not to replace the other credit giving bodies but to supplement them.

The Steering Committee of the Regional Rural Banks considered some structural changes. First of all they gave among banks- rural cooperatives and commercial, and the possibility of bringing credit within the access of weaker sections. They wanted to recruit staff for the rural banks at lower salaries. But this type of discrimination would have been unfruitful. So it was given up.

A problem with regard to the rural banks is the creditworthiness of the poor. The Indian farmers are so poor that they cannot pay back their loans. The rural India survey makes it quite clear that practically rural farmers have no creditworthiness. Their socio-economic mobility is almost zero. That is why banks fear that their credit will never be paid back.

Another difficulty for the rural banks is that loans cannot be processed so easily. Processing loans also entails heavy expenditure. This was also going to affect their financial position. Still the establishment of the rural banks was decided because the social advantages were more important than the commercial consideration.

Rural banks definitely encourage savings. No doubt the villagers do not have to pay income tax and they get many other concessions, yet their saving is not significant. Despite all the hurdles, the rural banking system will boost up the economy of villages, and thereby the economy of the country.

1. Which of the following is/are the purpose/s of setting up banks in rural areas?

A. Replacing other credit-giving bodies.

B. Giving loans to farmers.

C. Increasing the amount of savings of villagers.

  1. Only (B)
  2. Only (A) and (B)
  3. Only (B) and (C)
  4. Only (A)
  5. All (A), (B) and (C)

2. The structural changes made by the Steering Committee were in respect of __________

  1. Staffing, coordinating and providing access to weaker sections.
  2. Building smaller buildings to house the banks.
  3. Investing very little in terms of infrastructure required to start a bank.
  4. Discriminating between urban bank staff and rural bank staff.
  5. None of these

3. Which of the following is possibly the most appropriate title for the passage?

  1. Regional Rural Banks
  2. The Rural Consumer
  3. Microfinance in Rural India
  4. Characteristics of Indian Villages
  5. Banking Concepts in India

4. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

  1. Processing of loans by rural banks is difficult.
  2. Staff of the rural banks is paid a lower salary as compared to urban banks.
  3. Rural banks may not make as much profit as their urban counterparts.
  4. Processing of loans by banks is not cheap.
  5. Rural farmers are, many a time, unable to pay back the loans they avail.

5. Which of the following is one of the benefits of living in the village, as mentioned in the passage?

  1. People living in the villages enjoy a higher income than their urban counterparts.
  2. People living in villages do not have to pay income tax and they also get other concessions.
  3. People living in villages have a better quality of life.
  4. Villages are self-sufficient, hence they do not need outside help for any activity.
  5. People living in villages are rarely in need of a loan.

6. Choose the word/group of words which is most similar in meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage.

ENTAILS

  1. Recommends
  2. lasts
  3. lists
  4. necessitate
  5. filters

Directions (7-11): Rearrange the given six sentences/ group of sentences (A), (B), (C). (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.

(A) It also launched a policy to ban private cars one work-day a week based on the last digit of the number plate and has put restrictions on the number of vehicles from outside the city and raised parking fees in urban areas.

(B) Beijing’s annual bill for traffic congestion amounts to 70 billion Yuan ($11.3 billion), a recent study has found.

(C) However, such measures have done little in reducing congestion.

(D) The study further states that 80 percent of the total loss related to time wasted waiting, 10 per cent to gas and 10 per cent to environmental damage.

(E) In 2011, it introduced a lottery system to rein in the number of vehicles people buy.

(F) As a result, owing to these losses, the city started tackling the problem years ago.

7. Which of the following should be the second sentence after the rearrangement?

  1. A
  2. B
  3. F
  4. D
  5. E

8. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after the rearrangement?

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. F
  5. E

9. Which of the following should be the sixth (last) sentence after the rearrangement?

  1. C
  2. D
  3. A
  4. B
  5. F

10. Which of the following should be the first sentence after the rearrangement?

  1. A
  2. C
  3. B
  4. D
  5. F

11. Which of the following should sentence after the be the fifth rearrangement?

  1. E
  2. D
  3. A
  4. F
  5. C

Directions (12-15) : In this questions, a sentence has been divided into four parts denoted by (1), (2), (3) and (4). Read the sentence to find out if there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Select that part as your answer. If there is No error in the sentence, select ‘No error’ as your answer.

12. Tinker bell loved to (1)/ admire all the useful (2)/ things the other tinker bell (3)/ fairy prepared. (4)/ No error (5).

13. It was a pleasant summer (1)/ morning and there were (2)/ plenty on crows happily (3)/ playing around the pond. (4)/ No error (5)

14. Elize left so much helplessly (1)/ that she was (2)/ ready to seek (3)/ anyone’s help. (4)/ No error (5)

15. Swami Vivekananda was the first (1)/ yogi to go to America in 1893 for (2)/ the Parliament of the World’s Religions after which (3)/ he caused spiritually wave. (4)/ No error (5)

Directions (16–20): In the following questions two columns are given containing three sentences/ phrases each. In first column, sentences/phrases are A, B and C and in the second column the sentences/phrases are D, E and F. A sentence/phrase from the first column may or may not connect with another sentence/phrase from the second column to make a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Each question has five options which display the sequence(s) in which the sentences/phrases can be joined to form a grammatically and contextually correct sentence. Choose the correct combination of parts that make a meaningful sentence.

16. COLUMN I

(A) There is emerging international recognition

(B) It can serve as the driving to restore hope

(C) The earnest distilled in these words is the spirit we all need

COLUMN II

(D) and create societies all can live with hope and dignity.

(E) our work makes us feel productive and empowered.

(F) that women’s participation is key to effective climate action.

  1. C-F, A-D and A-E
  2. B-E
  3. A-F
  4. A-D and C-E
  5. A-F and B-E

17. COLUMN I

(A) Over times, there are changes that take place

(B) In the case of primary succession,

(C) In other cases, a pre-existing group of species is replaced by a new group of species,

COLUMN II

(D) where they house an array of species.

(E) that ecological communities move from possessing very little species diversity.

(F) in the composition of species that constitute an ecological community.

  1. C-E, A-D and A-F
  2. B-D
  3. A-F
  4. B-E and C-D
  5. B-D

18. COLUMN I

(A) The increase in MSP for rabi crops comes

(B) There are notified crops

(C) For big companies, there are instances

COLUMN II

(D) the government said in a release.

(E) just ahead of the RBI monetary policy announcement.

(F) of even the infrastructure getting damaged.

  1. C-F
  2. C-E and B-F
  3. A-E
  4. C-F and A-E
  5. B-F, B-E and A-D

19. COLUMN I

(A) Researchers are only beginning to understand the power

(B) As our understanding grows, we will have the potential

(C) The burden of gene editing

COLUMN II

(D) cannot be borne by science alone.

(E) to edit our genes that cause fatal diseases.

(F) would not be passed down the family tree.

  1. A-D, B-E and B-D
  2. B-E and C-D
  3. A-F
  4. B-F and C-E
  5. C-E

20. COLUMN I

(A) India will be the third largest aviation

(B) The biggest contribution in

(C) Firstly, we are seeing an/a

COLUMN II

(D) market globally a year sooner.

(E) as the world’s largest aviaption.

(F) restrictive protectionist measures.

  1. C-D, A-F and B-D
  2. B-F
  3. A-D
  4. C-E and B-D
  5. B-E

Directions (21-25) : Each question below has two blanks. There are five pairs of words below the sentence. Each pair is assigned a number. Choose the pair of words which can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same order so as to complete the sentence meaningfully.

21. Gopal was frustrated with Sundar, who could not ____________ himself to a deadline. Sundar claimed he was working well without a deadline, but Gopal _______ and finally prevailed.

  1. encourage, enforced
  2. inculcate, ordered
  3. cooperate, stipulated
  4. commit, persisted
  5. declared, pressurized

22. Coercion sometimes leads to the _________ of short-term goals, but its drawbacks far ____________ its advantages.

  1. realization, damage
  2. appreciation, percolate
  3. accomplishment, outweigh
  4. achievement, crumble
  5. destination, magnify

23. Professionals focus their __________ on fulfilling their responsibilities and achieving results, not on __________ a particular image

  1. planning, devising
  2. leadership, attributing
  3. abilities, contributing
  4. energies, portraying
  5. skills, obtaining

24. The __________ of three pillars of sustainable development in public policies in a balanced measure is a difficult ___________.

  1. collection, duty
  2. association, function
  3. integration, exercise
  4. combination, undertaking
  5. group, act

25. The industrial, agricultural, commercial and public service __________ significant portion of electricity for ___________ their demand for final energy

  1. exhaust, accomplishing
  2. consume, meeting
  3. utilize, conforming
  4. expend, completing
  5. absorb, meeting

Directions (26-30) : The following questions consist of a sentence with a highlighted phrase which may or may not be grammatically or contextually correct. Choose the most suitable option that will replace the incorrect highlighted phrase to form a grammatically correct and meaningful sentence. If the given highlighted phrase is correct, choose option (5) i.e. “No correction required” as your answer choice.

26. Combine effects
of growing populations, rising incomes and expanding cities will see the demand rising exponentially.

  1. Combining an effect
  2. Combined effects of
  3. Combine the effect of
  4. Combination of the effects
  5. No correction required

27. Heavily invest
in technology has resulted in more than half the transactions taking place online reducing banks’ dependence on ‘costly branches.

  1. Heavy investment in
  2. A heavy investment
  3. If we invest heavily
  4. To invest heavily in
  5. No correction required

28. Experts reckon that in the next four years steelmaking capacity has increased to 50 percent in the Middle East, 20 percent in Africa and 10 percent in America.

  1. increasing upto
  2. will have increased by
  3. has been increased
  4. has an increase off
  5. No correction required

29. The report stressed the need to broaden access to health, education and has promoting financial inclusion to bring down inequality levels.

  1. as well as promote
  2. promotion of
  3. which is a promotion of
  4. has been promoting
  5. No correction required

30. Climate scientists say that meteorological factors are played an important role in the high pollution levels detected in the city.

  1. could have played
  2. will like playing
  3. were played
  4. playing
  5. No correction required

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

Directions (31-35): What will come in the place of question (?) mark in the following number series?

31. 16.17 21 30 46 ?

  1. 82
  2. 104
  3. 71
  4. 92
  5. 84

32.2 2 4 12 48 ?

  1. 180
  2. 220
  3. 240
  4. 160
  5. 210

33. 10 14 23 37 56 ?

  1. 74
  2. 80
  3. 118
  4. (4)120
  5. 94

34.4 7 13 25 49 ?

  1. 118
  2. 136
  3. 86
  4. 97
  5. 124

35.50 59 41 68 32 ?

  1. 77
  2. 45
  3. 20
  4. 85
  5. 60

36. If the sum of upstream and downstream speed is 36 km/ hr and the speed of the current is 3 km/hr, then find time taken to cover 52.5 km in downward direction. (In hrs.)

  1. 2
  2. 2.5
  3. 3
  4. 3.5
  5. 4

37. A sum becomes 1.6 times of itself in five years at the rate of simple interest. Find rate of interest per annum.

  1. 10%
  2. 12.5%
  3. 15%
  4. 12%
  5. 8.5%

Directions (38–47): What approzimate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the given questions?

38. 2/7 of 1594 x 4.493 = ½ of?

  1. 4100
  2. 4800
  3. 3800
  4. 3400
  5. 4900

39. 5376.12 +11.956 + ? = 55

  1. 8
  2. 6
  3. 10
  4. 12
  5. 4

40. 31% of 561.32 +43% of 684.89 = ? % of 1735.23

  1. 35
  2. 33
  3. 27
  4. 23
  5. 37

41. 124.001 x 14.001+ 3.4999 +22 = ?

  1. 500
  2. 450
  3. 525
  4. 475
  5. 550

42. 127.99 x 72.01 – (3.98)2 = ?

  1. 9460
  2. 9600
  3. 9240
  4. 9200
  5. 9280

43. 26.003 – 154.001/ 6.995 = ?

  1. 4
  2. 18
  3. 9
  4. 10
  5. 14

44. 17.995 /3.01 + 104.001/12.999 =?

  1. 11
  2. 20
  3. 23
  4. 14
  5. 17

45. 3/5 of 4/7 of 7/9 of 425 = ?

  1. 121
  2. 110
  3. 118
  4. 113
  5. 124

46. [(3.999)2 x (5.001)3 + 499.99] – 49.99 = ?

  1. 50
  2. 55
  3. 45
  4. 60
  5. 56

47. 18.0009 – √35.999 < (369 + ?) = 2040.05

  1. 302
  2. 298
  3. 322
  4. 319
  5. 311

48. The ratio of present ages of two persons A and B is 3:2 and after four years ratio of their ages (B: A) will become 7:10. Find the present age of B.

  1. 20 years
  2. 18 years
  3. 24 years
  4. 36 years
  5. 30 years

49. The difference between circumference of circle A and diameter is 90 cm. If radius of circle B is h7 cm less than that of circle A, then find area of circle B?

  1. 556 cm^2
  2. 616 cm^2
  3. 588 cm^2
  4. 532 cm^2
  5. 630 cm^2

50. There are 40 children in a class in which boys are 4 more than the girls. The average weight of all the students is 42.5 kg and the average weight of all the girls is 48 kg then find the average weight of all the boys.

  1. 39.5 kg
  2. 38 kg
  3. 40.5 kg
  4. 36.75 kg
  5. 40.25 kg

Directions (51-55): In each of these questions, two equations I and II are given. Solve both the equations select the appropriate answer from the codes given below.

Give answer (1) If x>y

Give answer (2) If x y

Give answer (3) If x<y

Give answer (4) If x sy

Give answer (5) If x= y or no relationship can be established between x and y

51.

  1. x2 + 18x + 72 = 0
  2. y2 + 6y + 8 = 0

52.

  1. 8x2 – 22x + 15 = 0
  2. 3y2 – 13y + 14 = 0

53.

  1. 9x2 – 26x + 16 = 0
  2. 3y2 – 16y + 20 = 0

54.

  1. 10x2 – 17x + 7 = 0
  2. 15y2 – 19y+ 6 = 0

55.

  1. 12x2 + 19x + 5 = 0
  2. 5y2 + 16y + 3 = 0

56. A man invested 15% of his monthly income in LIC and remaining gave to his mother. Moth spent 10 % of it in household expenses and she was left with Rs. 30,600, then find the salary of man.

  1. Rs. 37,500
  2. Rs. 36,000
  3. Rs. 38,000
  4. Rs. 42,000
  5. Rs. 40,000

57. If 7 marks are awarded to right answer and 4 marks are penalty for wrong answer, then Prabhat’s score was 263. If he attempted 58 questions, find the number of correctly attempted questions.

  1. 45
  2. 42
  3. 48
  4. 40
  5. 50

58. In a city, 68% of population is literate in which ratio of males to females is 11: 6. And ratio of illiterate males to females is 3 : 1. Find the ratio of literate females to illiterate females in that city.

  1. 3:2
  2. 2:1
  3. 3:1
  4. 4:1
  5. 5:2

59. The ratio of length to breadth of a rectangle is 4 : 3. If the area of that rectangle is 108 cm? and breadth of this rectangle is equal to the side of a square, then find the area of that square. (in cm)

  1. 49
  2. 100
  3. 64
  4. 81
  5. 121

60. A is 1.5 times as efficient as that of Band C takes half time as compared to that of A. If A and B take 2×2/5 days to complete half of the work then find the time taken by A and C together to complete the whole work?

  1. 2×1/3 days
  2. 3×1/3 days
  3. 1×1/3 days
  4. 1×2/3 days
  5. 2×2/3 days

Directions (61-65): Study the table and answer the given question.

(figures regarding number of car produced/sold in lakh, per year)

61. What is the respective ratio of the total number of cars produced by company C in both the years 2007 and 2010 together, to the total number of cars sold by company A in both the years 2007 and 2009 together?

  1. 3:2
  2. 14:11
  3. 9:7
  4. 7:4
  5. 29:18

62. What is the percentage change in the number of unsold cars for company C in the year 2009, compared to the previous year?

  1. 68×2/3 % increase
  2. 500% increase
  3. 25% decrease
  4. 50% increase
  5. 400% increase

63. What is the total number of cars sold by all the given companies together in the year 2008?

  1. 10.4 lakh
  2. 12.1 lakh
  3. 11.8 lakh
  4. 11.0 lakh
  5. 8.4 lakh

64. What is the average production of company A over all the years?

  1. 2.85 lakh
  2. 2.90 lakh
  3. 2.36 lakh
  4. 2.78 lakh
  5. 2.58 lakh

65. What is the respective ratio between the total sales for company A and that of company D for the years 2007, 2009 and 2010 taken together?

  1. 3:7
  2. 4:7
  3. 10:11
  4. 7:13
  5. 4:23

REASONING

Directions (66-70): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : P, 9, S, U, R and T are six friends who study different languages viz. Sanskrit, French, Sindhi, Punjabi, English and Hindi but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them likes a different food viz. Sindhi, Marwari, Chinese, Punjabi, Raw Food and South Indian, but not necessarily in the same or – der. Each of them lives in different parts of the country viz., Delhi, Punjab, Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh but not necessarily in the same order.

The one who likes Chinese food does not live in Delhi. U does not study Hindi. R studies Sindhi and likes Sindhi food. The one who likes Raw food lives in Rajasthan. S likes Chinese and does not study Hindi. The one who studies Hindi does not live in Delhi and Himachal Pradesh. Whereas the one who studies Sindhi does not live in Punjab. The one who likes Punjabi food studies English. T studies Punjabi and does not like South Indian. T lives in Gujarat. One who likes Raw food studies French. P and do not like Raw food. P does not like South Indian. P and S live in either Delhi or Himachal Pradesh.

66. Which of the following languages is studied by Q?

  1. Sanskrit
  2. Punjabi
  3. English
  4. Hindi
  5. None of these

67. Which of the following food does P like?

  1. Punjabi
  2. Marwari
  3. Sindhi
  4. Cannot be determined
  5. None of these

68. According to the given information which of the following combinations of person and place is correct?

  1. U-Haryana
  2. Q-Delhi
  3. S-Himachal Pradesh
  4. T-Rajasthan
  5. None is correct

69. Which of the following food category does T like?

  1. Punjabi
  2. Marwari
  3. Sindhi
  4. Raw food
  5. Chinese

70. Which language does U study?

  1. Sanskrit
  2. Punjabi
  3. Hindi
  4. English
  5. None of these

Directions (71-73): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

There are six persons who all are of different height. A is taller than C and D but shorter than E. The one who is third shortest is 102cm in height. B is taller than A. E is not the tallest. The one who is second tallest is 119cm in height. Neither A nor C is the third shortest person among all. C is not the shortest among all. F is taller than D.

71. Who amongst the following is the second tallest?

  1. F
  2. E
  3. A
  4. C
  5. None of these

72. What will be the possible height of A?

  1. 120 cm
  2. 100 cm
  3. 112 cm
  4. 101 cm
  5. None of these

73. Who among the following is third shortest?

  1. A
  2. C
  3. B
  4. F
  5. E

Directions (74–76): In each of the following questions, two/three statements followed by two Conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the two/ three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly knwon facts and then decide which of the given Conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Given answer (1) if only Conclusion II follows.

Given answer (2) if only Conclusion I follows.

Given answer (3) if both the Conclusion I and Conclusion II follow

Given answer (4) if either Conclusion I or Conclusion II follows.

Given answer (5) if neither Conclusion I nor Conclusion II follows.

74. Statements :-

All races are sprints.

Some races are contests.

Conclusions :-

  1. Some contests are sprints
  2. All contests are sprints.

75. Statements :-

No bank is a locker.

All banks are stores.

No store is a panel.

Conclusions :-

  1. No store is a locker.
  2. No panel is a bank.

76. Statements :-

Some strikes are hits.

No strike is a raid.

All attacks are raids.

Conclusions :-

  1. Some hits are definitely not raids.
  2. All hits being strikes is a possibility

77. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘DECLARING’ (in both backward and forward directions), each of which has as many letters between them in the word as there are in the English alphabetical series ?

  1. One
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Five
  5. None of these

Directions (78–80): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :

Point C is 15 m in the east of point F. Point A is 10 m west of point B which is 15 m north of point H. Point D is 15m west of point E. Point B is 15 m south of point C. Point E is 5m east of point H. Point G is 15m north of point A.

78. In which direction and at what distance is point G from the point C?

  1. 10m east
  2. 5 m east
  3. 10 m west
  4. 5 m west
  5. None of these which

79. Point D is in direction with respect to point A?

  1. South
  2. North
  3. North-East
  4. West
  5. None of these

80. Point F is in which direction with respect to point E?

  1. North – East
  2. South – West
  3. South – East
  4. North-West
  5. None of these

Directions (81-85): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight persons- A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H- are sitting in a linear row. Four of them are facing north while four of them are facing south.

Only three people sit to of C. As many persons sit between A and D as between B and F. Only B sits between C and A. A sits second to the left of C. A faces north direction. F does not sit at an extreme end. E sits second to the left of D and faces same direction as D. D is not an immediate neighbour of C. E does not face north direction. H sits fourth to the right of G and G faces opposite direction as C. Both F and H face the same direction.

81. Who among the following sits to the immediate left of G?

  1. E
  2. C
  3. D
  4. F
  5. None of these

82. How many persons sit between H and C?

  1. One
  2. More than three
  3. Three
  4. None
  5. Two

83. Who among the following sits third to the right of A?

  1. C
  2. G
  3. D
  4. F
  5. None of these

84. How many persons are sitting between B and D?

  1. One
  2. More than three
  3. Three
  4. Two
  5. None

85. Which of the following pairs are sitting at the extreme ends?

  1. H, E
  2. B. D
  3. C, A
  4. F, B
  5. None of these

Directions (86-90): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

P, S, R, X, Y, M, N and 9 are sitting around a square table facing the centre in such a way that four of them sit at four corners while four sit at the middle of each side. Each of them is a HOD of different departments viz, CS, ECE, EEE, IT, MBA, BCA, Mechanical, Civil (not necessarily in the same order).

M sits second to the left of P, who is HOD of Mechanical. HOD of IT and Civil sit diagonally opposite to each other. Y is not an immediate neighbour of M, who is HOD of CS. N, who does not sit at any of the corners, sits second to the right of X. N is not an immediate neighbour of R. O sits second to the left of S. Y is not an immediate neighbour of N. R is not a HOD of IT. HOD of ECE is not just near to P and X. M sits at one of the middle of the sides of the table. HOD of EEE sits opposite to P. HOD of MBA doesn’t sit at any corner. Only two people sit between X and S.

86. Who sits exactly between HOD of CS and HOD of Mechanical?

  1. S
  2. R
  3. Y
  4. X
  5. None of these

87. How many persons sit between P and HOD of IT when counted anti-clockwise direction from P?

  1. None
  2. One
  3. Two
  4. Three
  5. Four

88. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so they form a group. Who among the following does not belong to that group?

  1. X
  2. M
  3. P
  4. Y
  5. N

89. What is the position of M with respect to HOD of Civil?

  1. Third to the left
  2. Immediate right
  3. Second to the right
  4. Third to the right
  5. Immediate left

90. What will come in place of question mark (?) based upon the given seating arrangement? PY YO OM?

  1. MX
  2. Q R
  3. MY
  4. XS
  5. MO

Directions (91-95): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a college, seven students E, F, G, H, I, J and K are living in a hostel of same building on different floors. The building has seven floors. The ground floor of the building is numbered one and so on till the topmost floor is numbered seven. Each one of them studies in different stream viz., ECE, CSE, Civil, ME, Chemical, Automobile and EEE but. not necessarily in the same order.

The one who studies in ECE lives on just above from the one who studies in EEE. K does not study in Civil. Only two persons live between J and G. E lives on top most floor. F lives just below from the one who studies in Automobile, who lives on 7th floor. Only one person lives between I and the one who studies in ME. There is only one person living between I and the person who studies in Chemical. The one who studies in Chemical lives on odd numbered floor above on fourth floor. The one who studies in Civil lives on just below from G and J lives on just below from I.

91. In which of the following stream, H studies?

  1. ECE
  2. ME
  3. Automobile
  4. Civil
  5. EEE

92. Which of the following combinations of floor-students stream is correct?

  1. 6th-E-ECE
  2. 3rd-I-ECE
  3. 2nd-K-Automobile
  4. 4th-J-Civil
  5. 5th-F Chemical

93. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the given arrangement?

  1. H lives on second floor
  2. I studies in EEE
  3. H lives on just above K.
  4. K lives on 3rd floor
  5. None of the given statements is true

94. Who among the following lives on the sixth floor?

  1. F
  2. I
  3. J
  4. H
  5. G

95. Who among the following lives immediately above J?

  1. K
  2. J
  3. I
  4. E
  5. G

Directions (96-100): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

There are seven persons i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F and G. They all belong to the different cities i.e., Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Delhi but not necessarily in the same order. D belongs to Pune. Neither A nor F belong to Kolkata. B belongs to Ahmedabad. C does not belong to Kolkata and Lucknow. G belongs to Mumbai. A does not belong to Lucknow and Chennai.

96. Who among the following belongs to Kolkata?

  1. A
  2. D
  3. F
  4. G
  5. None of these

97. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the given information?

  1. A belongs to Chennai
  2. G belongs to Delhi
  3. E belongs to Kolkata
  4. F belongs to Pune
  5. None of these

98. F belongs to which of the following city?

  1. Chennai
  2. Mumbai
  3. Delhi
  4. Lucknow
  5. None of these

99. Which of the following combi nations is true?

  1. A – Delhi
  2. D – Pune
  3. E – Kolkata
  4. All are correct
  5. None of these

100. A belongs to which of the following city?

  1. Delhi
  2. Mumbai
  3. Kolkata
  4. Chennai
  5. None of these

 

 

Answer  Sheet

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