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Grand Test
No of Questions: 100

Date: 18/08/2014

Time: 60 Mins

Name: ______________________

Batch: ______________ Mobile: ___________________

Part 1: Quantitative Aptitude


1

1. {7 +
(a) 3
(d) 6

of

1
1
16

(b)

3. 108 +? Of

(a)

6
7

2 1 of (1

5
1

(c) 4

24

- 1 )} =?
3

7
6

(a) 15

3
5

2
5

(b) 63

=2

(d)
3

first 4 years if the sum of Rs. 360 becomes Rs.


5 years is 6%?

3
2

= 10

(c) 24

(e)

(a) 4%

2
3

(d) 36

(b) 9.33

(c) 7.53

(e) 42
(d) 8.33

(e) 13.44
5.

4556 +

(b) 150

(d) 250

(e) 125
(b) 121

(c) 131

(d) 101

(c) 12800

(d) 2550

(e) 2280
(b) 18

(c) 14

(d) 10

(e) none of these


9. 64.5% of 800 + 36.4% of 1500 = (?)2 + 38
(a) 32

(b) 38

(c) 42

(d) 48

(e) 34
10.41% of 601 250.17 = ? 77% of 910
(a) 800

(b) 500

their savings?
(b) 4000

(c) 16000

(e) None

joined A to finish the remaining work. In how


many days, the remaining work will be finished?
(a) 3

(b) 4

(c) 5

(d) 6

(e) None

14. Sonu can do piece of work in 20 days. He


started the work and left after some days, when
25% work was done. After it abhijeet joined and

8. (0. 125)3 (0.25)2 (0.5)2 = (0.5)?-3


(a) 12

of expenditure of mukesh. What is the sum of

in 15 days. After A had worked for 3 days, B also

7.783.559 + 49.0937 31.679 58.591 =?


(b) 5000

(e) None

13. A can finish a work in 12 days and B can do it

(e) 91
(a) 26600

(d) 6%

amount of saving of Anil is equal to the Amount

(d) 12000

(c) 200

6. (1786 + 23.894 + 3251) 50 =?


(a) 81

(c) 3%

the sum of their expenditure is Rs. 8000 and the

(a) 22,000

7943 - 56 =?

(a) 100

(b) 5%

12. The ratio of income of Anil and mukesh is 2:3

4. 5.6% of 240 0.3% of 480 =?


(a) 8.43

(e) 550

540 in 9 years and the rate of interest for the last

(c) 1

(d) 650

11. What is the rate of simple interest for the

1
30

(e) None
? -

(b) 2

2.

completed it working for 10 days. In how many


days sonu and Abhijeet can do the complete
work, working together?
(a) 6

(b) 8

(c) 10 (d) 12 (e) None

15. A covers 1/3rd of his journey at the speed of


10 km/h and half of the rest at the speed of 20

(c) 700

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km/h and rest at the speed of 30 km/h. what is

marks are 60% of the total marks then the

the average speed of A ?

maximum marks will be

(a) 6 /

(b) 16

11
5

(d) 6 /

4
11

(c) 16 /
11

(e) None of these

11

16.A train 200 m long travels at the speed of 72


km/h. A man is running at 3.6 km/h in the same
direction in which the train is going. The train will
pass the man in:
3

(a) 10 s

(b) 12
9

(d) 7

(c) 10

10
19

(b) 600

(d) 100

(e) None

(c) 300

21. In a library 60% of the books are in Hindi,


60% of the remaining are in english and rest of
the books are in urudu. If there are 3600 books
in English, then the total no. of books in urdu
are:

(e) None

(a) 450

(a) 2400

(b) 2500

(c) 3000

(d) 1200

(e) None of these

17. Abhinav scores 80% in physics and 66% in

22. An alloy contains the copper and aluminium

chemistry and the maximum marks of both the

in the ratio of 7: 4 while making the weapons

papers are 100. What per cent does he score in

from this alloy, 12% of the alloy got destroyed. If

maths which is of 200 marks, if he scores 80%

there is 12 kg of aluminium in the weapon, then

marks in all the three subjects:

the weight of the alloy required is:

(a) 14.17%

(b) 7.14%

(a) 48 kg

(b) 40 kg

(d) 8.95%

(e) None of these

(d) 14.4 kg

(e) None

(c) 6.665%

(c) 37.5 kg

18. The cost of a car is 400% greater than the

23. Akul lent Rs. 6000 to Bakul for 2 years and

cost of a bike. If there is an increase in the cost

Rs. 1500 to camlin for 4 years and received

of the car is 15% and that of bike is 20%. Then

altogether from both Rs. 900 as simple interest.

the total increase in the cost of the 5 cars and 10

The rate of interest is:

bikes is:

(a) 4%
3

(a) 17.5%

(b) 16 %

(d) 18.25%

(e) None

(c) 18.5%

of a larger number. The larger number is 85


greater than the smaller one. The sum of these

(d) 500

(e) None

(d) 5% (e) None

24. A sum of Rs. 2400 deposited at CI, doubled


(a) Rs. 24000
(d) Rs. 32500

(b) Rs. 38400

(c) Rs. 19200

(e) Can be determine

25. The ratio of cost price and marked price of an


article is 2 : 3 and ratio of percentage profit and

two numbers is:


(b) 425

(c) 10%

after 5 years. After 20 years it will become:

19. 80% of a smaller number is 4 less than 40%

(a) 325

(b) 8%

(c) 235

20. In an examination a candidate got 30%


marks and failed by 30 marks. If the passing

percentage discount is 3 : 2 what is the discount


percentage ?
(a) 16.66%

(b) 20%

(d) 33.33%

(e) None

(c) 25%

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Directions: (Q. NO. 26 to 30): Study the following table and answer the questions given below
it.
Performance of Candidates in an Examination During 1995-2000 in Different Disciplines
Years

Arts

Science

Commerce

Agriculture

Engineering

App

Qual

App

Qual

App

Qual

App

Qual

App

Qual

1995

850

200

1614

402

750

212

614

170

801

270

1996

1214

315

1826

420

800

220

580

150

934

350

1997

975

250

1970

500

860

260

625

160

742

300

1998

820

196

1560

450

842

300

490

160

850

312

1999

1412

378

2120

625

1105

320

760

200

642

301

2000

738

359

3506

880

1240

308

640

210

962

400

26. The number of candidates appeared under Agriculture in 1998 was approximately what per-cent of
number of candidates qualified under Arts in 1997?
(a) 20

(b) 100

(c) 400

(d) 40

(e) 200

27. What was the percentage drop in number of candidates qualified in Science discipline from 1997 to
1998?
(a) 10

(b) 20

(c) 50

(d) 25

(e) None of these

28. In which of the following disciplines was there a continuous increase in the number of candidates
appearing over the given years?
(a) Arts

(b) Commerce

(c) Agriculture

(d) Science

(e) None of these

29. In which of the following yeras was the percentage qualified to appeared ones in Engineering discipline
the maximum?
(a) 1995

(b) 1996

(c) 1998

(d) 1999

(e) 2000

30. In which of the following years was percentage of total number of candidates of all the disciplines
together qualified to the appeared ones, the maximum?
(a) 1996

(b) 1997

(c) 1998

(d) 1999

(e) 2000

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Directions: (Q. NO.31to 35): Study the following table carefully to answer these questions.
Table Giving Number of Candidates Appeared in the Examination and Percentage
of Students Passed from Various Institute over the Years
Institute

A
App

Year

B
%
Pass

App

%
Pass

App

D
%
Pass

App

E
%
Pass

App

F
%
Pass

App

%
Pass

2001

450

60

540

40

300

65

640

50

600

45

680

60

2002

520

50

430

70

350

60

620

40

580

70

560

70

2003

430

60

490

70

380

50

580

50

680

70

700

66

2004

400

65

600

75

450

70

600

75

720

60

780

70

2005

480

50

570

50

400

75

700

65

700

48

560

50

2006

550

40

450

60

500

68

750

60

450

50

650

60

2007

500

58

470

60

470

60

720

70

560

60

720

50

31. What is the ratio between the number of students passed from institute F in 2003 and the number of
students passed from institute B in 2005 respectively?
(a) 95: 154

(b) 154: 95

(c) 94: 155

(d) 155: 94

(e) None of the above

32. What is the ratio between the average number of students appeared from institute A for all the years
and that from institute D respectively?
(a) 463: 353 (b) 353: 463 (c) 461: 333 (d) 333: 461 (e) None of these
33. What is the total number of students passed from all institutes together in year 2006?
(a) 1895

(b) 1985

(c) 1295

(d) 1465

(e) None of these

34. What is the overall percentage of students passed from all institutes together in 2004? (Rounded off to
nearest integer)
(a) 68

(b) 70

(c) 69

(d) 71

(e) None of these

35. Approximately, what is the overall percentage of students passed from institute C for all the years?
(a) 60

(b) 70

(c) 75

(d) 55

(e) 65

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Directions (36-40): A soft-drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z. The
production of the three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar-graph provided
below. Study the graph and answer the questions based on it.
Production of three different flavours of soft-drinks X, Y, Z by a
Company over the years (in lakh bottles)
70
60

60
50

60

55

60

55

50

50

60

55

55

50

45

50
45

50
45

40

40

40
X
Y

30

20
10
0
1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

36. For which of the following years the percentage of rise / fall in production from the previous year is
the maximum for the flavour Y?
(a) 1996

(b) 1997

(c) 1998

(d) 1999

(e) 2000

37. For which flavour of the average annual production maximum in the given period?
(a) X only

(b) Y only

(c) Z only

(d) X and Y

(e) X and Z

38. The total production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998 is what percentage of the total production of
flavour X in 1995 and 1996?
(a) 96.67%

(b) 102.25% (c) 115.57% (d) 120%

(e) 133.33%

39. What is the difference between the average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and the
average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000?
(a) 50000 bottles

(b) 80000 bottles

(c) 240000 bottles

(d) 330000 bottles

(e) 500000 bottles


40. What was the approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the
production in 1998?
(a) 50%

(b) 42%

(c) 33%

(d) 25%

(e) 22.5%

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Directions (41to 45): Study the following graph and answer the questions given below:

Imports of 3 companies over the years (Rs in crores)


100

80

60

A
B

40

20

0
1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

41. In which of the following years, the import made by Company A was exactly equal to average imports
made by it over the given years?
(a) 1992

(b) 1993

(c) 1994

(d) 1995

(e) None of these

42. In which of the following years was the difference between the imports made by Company B and C the
maximum?
(a) 1995

(b) 1994

(c) 1991

(d) 1992

(e) None of these

43. In which of the following years was the imports made by Company A exactly half of the total imports
made by Company B and C together in that year?
(a) 1992 only

(b) 1993 only

(c) 1992 and 1993

(d) 1995 only

(e) None of these


44. What was the percentage increases in imports by Company B from 1992 to 1993?
(a) 10

(b) 25

(c) 40

(d) 20

(e) None of these

45. In which of the following years was the total imports made by all the three companied together the
maximum?
(a) 1996 only

(b) 1997 only

(c) 1995 only

(d) 1995 and 1997 only

(e) None of these

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Directions (46-50): the following pie-charts show the distribution of students of graduate and postgraduate levels in seven different institutes M, N, P, Q, R, S and T in a town.
DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS AT GRADUATE AND POST-GRADUATE LEVELS IN SEVEN
INSTITUTES M, N, P, Q, R, S AND T
Total number of students of
Graduate Level = 27300

P
12%

Total number of students of


Post-Graduate Level = 24700

P
12%

N
12%

Q
13%

M
17%

R
18%

T
15%

Q
13%

M
8%

T
17%

R
14%

S
14%

N
15%

S
21%

46. How many students of institutes M and S are studying at graduate level?
(a) 7516

(b) 8463

(c) 9127

(d) 9404

(e) None of these

47. Total number of students studying at post-graduate level from institutes N and P is:
(a) 5601

(b) 5944

(c) 6669

(d) 7004

(e) None of these

48. What is the total number of graduate and post-graduate level students in Institute R?
(a) 8320

(b) 7916

(c) 9116

(d) 8372

(e) None of these

49. What is the ratio between the number of students studying at post-graduate and graduate levels
respectively from institute S?
(a) 14:19

(b) 19:21

(c) 17:21

(d) 19:14

(e) None of these

50. What is the ratio between the number of students studying at post-graduate level from institute S and
the number of students studying at graduate level from institute Q?
(a) 13:19

(b) 21:13

(c) 13: 8

(d) 19:13

(e) None of these

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Part 2: Logical Reasoning
Direction: (Q. No. 1-3 & 5): In each questions are two statements followed by two conclusions
numbered I and II. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to
be at variance from commonly known facts and decide which of the given conclusions logically
follows the two given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
(a) If only conclusion I follows

(b) If only conclusion II follows

(c) If either I or II follows

(d) If neither I nor II follows

(e) If both I and II follows

Statements (Q. Nos. 1 to 2)

No hammer is dress.

Some books are libraries.

Some dresses are doors.

All libraries are notebooks.

All doors are cots.

No notebook is dictionary.

Conclusions:

1. Conclusions:

I. Some cots are hammers.

I. All dictionaries being books is a possibility

II. No cot is hammer.

II. At least some notebooks are books.

III. Some dresses are sticks.

2. Conclusions:

(a) Only I follow

I. No library is a dictionary.

(b) Only II follows

II. At least some libraries are dictionaries.

(c) only III follows

3. Statements:

(d) Either I or II follows

Some soldiers are famous

(e) either I or II and III follows

Some soldiers are intelligent.

5. Statements

Conclusions:

All festivals celebrations.

I. Some soldiers are either famous or intelligent.

Some celebrations are events.

II. Some soldiers are neither famous nor

Conclusions:

intelligent.

I. All celebrations are festivals.

4. Statements:

II. All events being festivals is a possibility.

All sticks are hammers.


Directions (Q. Nos. 6-10) study the following information to answer the given questions.
A word arrangement machine when given an input line of words rearranges them following a particular
rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input age road own wire tire ink pen uni dice eat.
Step I uni age road own wire tire ink pen eat dice.
Step IIuni own age road wire tire ink eat pen dice.

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Step IIIuni own ink age wire tire eat road pen dice.
Step IV uni own ink eat age wire tire road pen dice and step IV is the last step of the rearrangement.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate
steps for the given input.
Input for the questions.
Input gem stat ace cast omit fan rate uncut era input.
6.Which of the following would be the final arrangement?
(a) Cast gem fan rate stat uncut omit input era ace(b) Uncut omit input era ace cast fan gem rate stat
(c) Uncut omit input era ace stat rate gem fan cast(d) Uncut omit input era ace stat fan gem rate cast
(e) None of these
7. In step III, which of the following word would be at sixth position from the left?
(a) Rate

(b) ace

(c) stat

(d) gem

(e) none of these

8.Which step number would be the following output?


Uncut omit gem stat ace race era input fan cast
(a) II

(b) III

(c) V

(d) IV

(e) none of these

9. In step IV of the rearrangement, if omit is related era and rate is related to fan in a certain way, to
which of the following would ace be related to, following the same pattern?
(a) rate

(b) input

(c) stat

(d) gem

(e) none of these

10.Which of the following would be step VII?


(a) Uncut omit input era ace stat rate gem fan cast(b) Uncut omit input era ace rate stat fan gem cast
(c) Uncut omit input era ace cast fan gem rate stat(d) Uncut omit input era stat ace rate gem fan cast
(e) There will be no such step as the input gets rearranged before step VII
Directions: (Q. NO. 1 to 5): In the following questions, the symbol @, *, #, and %are used as
illustrated below:
P @ Q P is not less than Q
P * Q P is neither Greater than nor equal to Q
P # Q P is either lesser than or equal to Q
P Q P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q
P % Q P is Neither lesser than nor equal to Q
Now, in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the
two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true? Give answer as
(a) Neither I nor II is true

(b) Only III is true

(c) Either I or III & II or IV are true

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(d) All conclusions are true

(e) Either I or II and III, IV are true

11.Statements: R @ J, J * F, F # M, M % V

(iii) M % W

(iv) N % W

Conclusions: (i) J % V

(ii) R @ M

14. Statements: H # V, V M, M % R

(iii) J # V

(iv) R * M

Conclusions: (i)R % H

12.Statements: E F, F @ I, I % K , L * K
Conclusions: (i) E @ I
(iii) F % K

(iii) V % R

(iv) H # M

(ii) L * F

15. Statements: D # T, T R, R @ M, M % K

(d) E % K

Conclusions: (i) R D

(ii) R % D

(iii) K * T

(iv) M # T

13. Statements: M * K, K @ W, W % V, V # N
Conclusions: (i) M # W

(ii) H % R

(ii)W @ N

Directions (Q. Nos.16-20): study the following information carefully and answer the questions given
below.
Following are the conditions for selecting Accounts manager in an organisation. The candidates must:
(i) be a graduate in commerce with minimum 55 per cent marks
(ii) be a post graduate in commerce with minimum 50 per cent marks.
(iii) have post qualification work experience of at least three years in the accounts department in
an organisation.
(iv) not be less than 25 years and more than 35 years old as on 1.5.2008.
(v) have secured at least 40 per cent marks in the selection process. In the case if an candidate
satisfies all other criteria except.
(A) at (ii) above but has works experience of at least four years as assistant accounts manager in
an organization. His / her case is to be referred to GM- Accounts of the organization.
(B) at (iii) above but has successfully completed CA/ICWA, the case is referred to director finance.
Mark answers
(i) If data proved are not adequate to take a decision
(ii) If the case is to be referred to GM accounts
(iii) If the case is to be referred to Director finance
(iv) If the candidate is not to be selected
(v) If the candidate is to be selected.
16.VaibhavSinha was born on 12th April 1979. He has been working as Assistant Accounts Manager in an
organization for the past five years after completing his post-graduation in commerce with 40 per cent
marks. He has secured 55 per cent marks in both the selection process and graduation in commerce?

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17.Ashok Pradhan was born on 3rd May 1979. He has secured 42 per cent marks in the selection process.
He has been working in the accounts department of an organization for the past four years after
completing his post-graduation in commerce 62 per cent marks. He has secured 54 per cent marks in his
graduation in commerce?
18. SudhaGoswami was born on 19th October 1982. She has been working as assistant accounts manager
in an organization for the past five years after completing her graduation in commerce with 60 per cent
marks. She has secured 50 per cent marks in selection process?
19.Francis D Costa has secured 60 per cent marks in both graduation and post-graduation in commerce.
He has also secured 45 per cent marks in the selection process. He was born on 6th December 1980. He
has successfully completed ICWA after hi graduation. He has been working in the accounts department of
an organization for last one year?
20.PrathamaSengupta has secured 55 per cent marks in post-graduation in commerce and 45 per cent
marks in the selection process. She was born on 11th April 1981. She has been working in the accounts
department of an organization for the past four years after completing her post-graduation. She has
secured 50 per cent marks in the graduation in commerce?
Directions (Q. Nos. 21-25): study the following information carefully and answer the questions given
below.
P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are seven friends. Each of them likes a particular fruit viz. Apple, Banana,
Pear, Guava, Orange, Mango and Watermelon and each of them has a favorite city viz. Mumbai, Pune,
Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Cochin. The choices of fruit and favorite city of the seven friends
are necessarily in the same order.
Q likes Mango and his favorite city is Chennai. The one whose favorite city is Pune likes
Watermelon. Ts favorite city is Kolkata. R likes Guava and his favorite city is not Mumbai. Ws favorite city
is Cochin and he does not like either Banana or Pear. The favorite city of the one, who likes Orange, is
Hyderabad. T does not like Pear. Ps favorite city is neither Pune nor Hyderabad. S does not like
Watermelon.
21.Who likes Apple?
(a) W

(b) T

(c) V

(d) P

(e) Data inadequate

(c) Pear

(d) Watermelon

(e) none of these

22.Which fruit does P like?


(a) Apple

(b) Orange

23.Which is Rs favorite city?


(a) Mumbai

(b) Pune

(c) Hyderabad

(d) Delhi

(e) none of these

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24.Which of the following combinations person fruit city is incorrect?
(a) R-Guava-Kolkata

(b) V-Watermelon

(d) S-Guava-Delhi

(e) All are incorrect

(c) T-Banana-Cochin

25. Which is vs favorite city?


(a) Hyderabad

(b) Pune

(c) Mumbai

(d) Data inadequate

(e) none of these

Directions (Q. Nos. 26-27): In each of the following questions choose the set of numbers from the four
alternative sets that is similar to the given set.
26. Given set: (7, 27, 55)
(a) (21, 35, 52)

(b) (18, 42, 65)

(c) (16, 40, 72)

(d) (13, 30, 58)

27.Given set: (246, 257, 358)


(a) (233, 343, 345)

(b) (273, 365, 367)

(c) (143, 226, 237) (d) (145, 235, 325)

Directions (28-30): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I
and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to
answer the questions. Read both the statement andGive answer as
(1)if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the questions, while the data in statement II
alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
(2)if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I
alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
(3)if the data in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
(4)if the data in both the statements I and II alone not sufficient to answer the question.
(5)if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
28.How is letter written in the code language?
I. please write a letter is written as 7218, received a Greek letter is written as 7513
II. Write in English please is written as 2084, and a letter in Greek is written as 5714
29.On which date is Amits birthday in September 2010?
I. Last year his birthday was on the last Thursday of the month in September 2009.
II. This year his birthday will be on the last Friday of the month in September 2010.
30. Is R the granddaughter of C?
I. The only sister of A is the mother of Rs brother, B.
II. C, the mother of A has only one grandson, B.

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Directions (31-32): Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered
I, II, and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient
to answer the question. Read all the three statements and
Give answer as
(1)if the data in statements I and II are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement III
are not required to answer the question.
(2)if the data in statements I and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II
are not required to answer the question.
(3)if the data in statements Ii and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I
are not required to answer the question.
(4)if the data in either statement I alone or statement II alone or statement III alone are sufficient to
answer the question.
(5)if the data in all the statements I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.
31.Among six people P, Q, R, S, T and V each lives on a different floor of a six storey building having six
floors numbered one to six (the ground floor is numbered I, the floor above it, number 2 and so on and
the topmost floor is numbered 6). Who lives on the topmost floor?
(I) there is only one floor between the floors on which R and Q live. P lives on an even numbered floor.
(II) T does not live on an even numbered floor. Q lives on an even numbered floor. Q does not live on the
topmost floor.
(III) S lives on an odd numbered floor. There are two floors between the floors on which S and P live. T
lives on a floor immediately above Rs floor.
32.Are all the four friends viz. A, B, C and D who are sitting around a circular table, facing the centre?
(I) B sits second to right of D. D faces the centre. C sits to immediate right of both B and D.
(II) A sits to immediate left of B. C is not an immediate neighbour of A. C sits to immediate right of D.
(III) D is an immediate neighbour of both A and C. B sits to the immediate left of A. C sits to the
immediate right of B.
Directions (Q. Nos.33 -37): Following passages are followed by several possible inferences which can
be drawn from the facts states in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the
context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Give answer:
(a) If the inference is definitely true, i.e., it properly follows from the statement of facts given
(b) If the inference is properly true, thought not definitely true in the light of the facts given

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(c) If the data are inadequate, i.e.,, from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to
be true or false.
(d) If the inference if probably false, though not definitely false in the light of the facts given
(e) If the inference is definitely false, i.e.,, it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it
contradicts the given facts.
Passage:
There has been considerable debate in Indian regarding the privatization of higher education. In
this debate, there is generally an implicit assumption that privatization is essentially the same as
corporatization. Private investment comes due to the potential of returns. In the higher education field,
privatization and corporatization are actually quite different. Privatization is regarding who controls the
educational institute and the role of government in the management and funding of the institute, while
corporatization is about making profits in India, there is no doubt that private not-for-profit universities
need to be encouraged to increase educational opportunities and the fact that there is no other alternative
as the government simply cannot create enough public universities to satisfy the demand. However,
guidelines for private not-for-profit universities should be made clear, simple and transparent to ensure
that they are truly not for profit and offer a level playing field to all those who might want to set up a
private university.
1. Privatization of higher education has yet to take proper shape in India.
2. Expansion of higher education opportunities in India is needed to meet the increasing demand.
3. Corporatization of higher education has benefitted the students in the developed countries.
4. Privatization of higher education will lead to commercialization of education in India.
5. India does not have any extant guidelines for setting up higher educational institutions by
private entities.
Directions (Q. Nos. 38-42): In each question below is given a statement followed by three assumptions
numbered I, II and III. You have to consider the statement and the giving assumptions, decide which of
the assumptions is implicit in the statement and choose your answer accordingly.
38. Statement: This look is so prepared that even a layman can study in the absence of a teacher.
Assumptions:I. A layman wishes to study science without a teacher.
II. A teacher may not always be available to teach science.
III. A layman generally finds it difficult to learn science on its own.
(a) I and II are implicit

(b) II and III are implicit

(c) I and III are implicit

(d) All are implicit

(e) none of these

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39. Statement: An advertisement of Bank X want to open a bank account! Just dial our times home
service and we will come at your doorsteps.
Assumptions:I. No other bank makes available services at the doorstep of the customer.
II. People may choose bank X for their financial transactions.
III. Nowadays banking has become very competitive.
(a) I and II are implicit

(b) II and III are implicit

(c) I and III are implicit

(d) All are implicit

(e) none of these

40. Statement: The civic authority has decided that all the factories located inside the city limits be
shifted outside to reduce the level of environmental pollution in the city.
Assumptions:I. The pollution level in the city in future may reduce after these factories are shifted
outside the city limit.
II. Enough usable land is available outside the city limit for these factories.
III. Many of these factories may shift to some city smaller towns to remain profitable.
(a) Only I is implicit

(b) I and II are implicit

(c) Only II is implicit

(d) II and III are implicit

(e) none of the above

41. Statement: If you are a mechanical engineer we want you as our supervisor an advertisement by
company X.
Assumptions:I. Mechanical engineers are expected to be better performers by company X.
II. The company X needs supervisors.
III. Mechanical engineers may get attracted and apply to company X.
(a) I and II are implicit

(b) II and III are implicit

(c) I and III are implicit

(d) All are implicit

(e) none of these

42. Statement: We do not want you to see our product on newspaper, visit our shop to get a full view
An advertisement.
Assumptions:I. People generally decide to purchase any product after seeing the name in the
advertisement.
II. Uncommon appeal may attract the customers.
III. People may come to see the product.
(a) I and III are implicit

(b) I and II are implicit

(c) II and III are implicit

(d) All are implicit

(e) none of these

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Direction: (Q. No. 43-50): Read the following passage of seating arrangement and answer the
questions below it.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are two eight members sitting around a circular fashion such that five of
them faces one direction and the rest of them faces other direction.B sits 3 rd to the right of F and also 2nd
to the right of H. F and G faces same direction and is immediate neighbours of each other. E is sitting 3 rd
to the right of G and second to the left of A. D is sitting 3 rd to the left of C. there are three members
between a and D. only one half of members is the above arrangement is continuously facing the same
direction.
43. How many people are seating between B and

(d) Data inadequate

G starting from B is clockwise direction?

48. What is the position of G with right to A?

(a) Four

(c) five

(a) 3rd to the left

(b) 3rd to the right

(e) none of these

(c) 2nd to the left

(d) 2nd to the right

(b) Three

(d) Data inadequate

(e) none of these

44. Who is sitting 3rd to the right of B?

(e) none of these

(a) C

(c) A

49. If all the persons are made to sit is the

(e) none of these

alphabetical order is the clockwise direction

(b) G

(d) cannot be determined

45. Who is sitting to the immediate right of A?

starting from A then how many of the remains is

(a) G

(c) H

same position excluding A?

(e) none of these

(a) None

(b) One

(d) Three

(e) none of these

(b) C

(d) cannot be determined

46. What is the position of H with respect to F?


(a) 3

rd

to the left

(b) fifth to the right

(c) Two

50. In which of the following combinations is the

(c) either 3rd left of fifth right

3rd person sitting is between first and second

(d) Data inadequate (e) none of these

person?

47. Who is to the immediate right of D?

(a) C A H

(b) F G D

(a) B

(d) D E B

(e) none of these.

(b) G

(c) F

(c) E H A

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