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H dh ekrk gSA F rFkkH dtu cgu gSAB, F dk ekek gSA A dks (3) A
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mQij eafty la[;k lkr gSA buesa ls izR;sd dks vyx&vyx [ksy Hkh (3) ;fn ;k rks fu"d"kZ I ;k II lR; gSA
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B rFkk E osQ chp esa osQoy rhu O;fDrEjgrs osQgaSA
mQij fdlh ,d 9. dFku :
eafty esaB jgrk gSAE, lcls uhps okys eafty ij ugh jgrk gSA P > N > E; G > C > E
B vkSj 'krjat ilan djus okys O;fDr osQ chp osQoy ,d O;fDrfu"d"kZ :
jgrk gSA og ftls iksyks ilan gS og le&la[;k okys eafty ij] I. P > C II. G > N
(10-11) :
'krjat ilan djus okys osQ mQij eafty esa jgrk gSA
dFku :
G vkSj 'krjat ilan djus okys osQ chp osQoy nks O;fDr jgrs gSA Q= ogG > S = L; K < H > G; I = K
ftls Luwdj ilan gSG osQ Bhd mQij jgrk A,gSA
F osQ Bhd mQij 10. fu"d"kZ :
jgrk gSA A dks 'krjat ilan ugha gSA I. Q < K II. H > I
og ftlss yqMks ilan gS fo"ke&eafty F osQijuhps jgrkG, dks 11. fu"d"kZ
gSA :
yqM+ks ilan ughaD, CgSA
osQ mQij jgrk gSA og ftls fozQosQV ,oaI.og I > K II. K < S
O;fDr ftls gkWdh ilan gS osQ chp osQoy ,d O;fDr D dks
jgrk gSA
12. dFku :
fozQosQV ilan ughdkss
G gSAcSVfeaaVu ilan ugh gSA M < D < F; T = R > U; M = U
fu"d"kZ :
4. fuEu esaBlsdks dkSu&lk [ksy ilan gS\ I. D > U II. T > F
(1) Luwdj (2) ywMks 13. dFku :
(3) iksyks (4) cSVfeaVu W > R > T; Z < V < D = T
(5) 'krjat fu"d"kZ :
I. W>V II. Z < R

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REASONING
Direction (1-3): Study the following information 5. Who among the following lives on the floor
Carefully and answer the questions given numbered four?
below. (1) The one who likes Hockey
A is father of B and C and husband of D. E is father (2) The one who likes Chess
of F and G is mother of H. F and H are cousin (3) A (4) F
sisters. B is maternal uncle of F. A has only two
children. (5) B
6. Which of the following statements is TRUE
1. How is E related to D?
with respect to the given arrangement?
(1) Son (2) Daughter (1) Only two persons live between E and G.
(3) Son-in-law (2) The one who likes Hockey lives
(4) Can't be determined immediately above E.
(5) None of these (3) C likes Chess.
(4) C lives on an even-numbered floor.
2. How is G related to C?
(5) None of the given options is true
(1) Sister-in-law (2) Brother 7. If all the persons are made to sit in
(3) Sister (4) Daughter alphabetical order from top to bottom, then
(5) Can't be determined the positions of how many people will
3. How is H related to A? remain unchanged?
(1) None (2) Three
(1) Daughter (2) Grand daughter
(3) Two (4) One
(3) Grand son (4) Son (5) Four
(5) None of these 8. Which of the following combinations is True
Direction (4-8): Study the given information with respect to the given arrangement?
carefully to answer the given questions. (1) Polo - C (2) Ludo - B
(3) Cricket - E (4) Chess - F
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G live on seven
different floors of building but not necessarily in (5) Snooker - A
the same order. The Lowermost floor of the Direction (9-13): In these questions, a relation-
building is numbered one, the one above that is ship between different elements is shown in the
numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is statements. The statements are followed by two
numbered seven. Each one of them also likes a conclusions. Give answer
different game, namely Snooker, Badminton, (1) if only conclusion I is true
Chess, Ludo, Cricket, Hockey and Polo (but not (2) if only conclusion II is true
necessarily in the same order.) (3) if either conclusion I or II is true
Only three persons live between B and E. B lives (4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true
on one of the floors above E. E does not live on the (5) if both conclusion I and II are true
lowermost floor. Only one person lives between B 9. Statements :
and the one who likes Chess. The one who likes P > N > E; G > C > E
Polo lives on one of the even-numbered floors Conclusions :
above the one who likes Chess. I. P > C II. G > N
Only two persons live between G and the one who (10-11) :
likes Chess. The one who likes Snooker lives Statements :
immediately above G. A lives immediately above Q = G > S = L; K < H > G; I = K
F. A does not like Chess. 10. Conclusions :
The one who likes Ludo lives on one of the odd- I. Q < K II. H > I
numbered floors below F. G does not like Ludo. D 11. Conclusions :
lives on one of the floors above C. Only one person I. I > K II. K < S
lives between the one who likes Cricket and the 12. Statements :
one who likes Hockey. D does not like Cricket. G M < D < F; T = R > U; M = U
does not like Badminton. Conclusions :
4. Which of the following games does B like? I. D > U II. T > F
13. Statements :
(1) Snooker (2) Ludo
W > R > T; Z < V < D = T
(3) Polo (4) Badminton Conclusions :
(5) Chess I. W > V II. Z < R

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funsZ'k ,oat:jh ugha gS fd blh ozQe esaA fuEufyf[kr tkudkjh ls muosQ
uhps fn, x, iz'uksa ds mkj nsaA esas Kkr gSA
M ,oa N osQ chp dh nwjh 50 eh- rFkk O ,oa P osQ chp nwjh 40 A dk firk C gS] tks B osQ nk;sa ls pkSFks LFkku ijB, cSBk gS rFkk
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ij gSAN, O osQ if'pe ;k mkj if'pe ;k mkj fn'kk esa gSA esa gSA
14. N osQ lkis{kPesa fdl fn'kk esa gS\ D, F osQ nk;sa ls rhljs LFkku ij cSBk F, BgS dhrFkk
xzkaM&enj gS
(1) mkj (2) iwoZ vkSj buesa ls ,d
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(3) nf{k.k&iwoZ (4) ;k rks(2) ;k (3)
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foijhr fn'kk es eq[k djosQ cSBh F dh gSA
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funsZ'k (16-18): uhps fn, x, izR;sd iz'u esa ,d iz'u vkSj
19. D, A ls fdl izdkj lacafkr gS\
mlds uhps nks dFku I vkSjII fn, x, gSaA vkidks ;g r; djuk
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esaD dk eq[k fdl fn'kk esa gS\
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nsus ds fy, i;kZIr gS] tcfd dsoy dFku I esa fn;s x;s (5) fukkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
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(3) ;fn ;k rks dsoy dFku I ;k dsoy dFkuII esa fn;s x;s
(1) B (2) A
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(4) ;fn dFkuI vkSj dFku II nksuksa dss vkadM+s feykdj (5) HkhH
iz'u dk mkj nsus ds fy, i;kZIr ugha gSA 22. ifjokj esa fdrus iq:"k gS\
(5) ;fn dFkuI vkSj dFku II nksuksa ds vkadM+s feydj iz'u(1) 2 (2) 3
dk mkj nsus ds fy, vko';d gSA (3) 4 (4) 5
16. jhrk] lhek ls oSQls lacafkr gS\ (5) fukkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
I. jhrk] jeu dh iRuh gSA jhek] jktw dh iRuh gSA 23. lhek]
fuEu esa dkSu ,d fdlh ,d vafre Nksj ij cSBk gS\
fdj.k dh cgu gS rFkk fdj.k] jktw dh iq=kh gSA (1) F dk iq=k (2) H dh ekrk
II. jktw] jhek dk ifr gS rFkk jhuk] jeu dh MkWVj&bu&ykW (3) A dh iq=kh (4) G dk iq=k
vkSj jhuk dh ekrk gSA (5) mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
17. M, N, O, P, Q ,oaR ,d o`kkdkj est osQ pkjks vksjfunsZ'k osQUnz
(24-28) : fn, x, tkudkjh dks lkokkuhiwoZd i<+sa ,oa
dh vksj eq[k djosQ cSBs A osQgaSAfoijhr dkSu? gS uhps fn, x, iz'uksa ds mkj nsaA
I. N ,oaO ,d nwljs osQ foijhr cSBs gSa] P vkSj
ysfdu
M,
A, B, C, D, E, F vkSjG rhu fofHkUu okgu ls ;k=kk dj jgs gSA
Q osQ foijhr esa ugha gSA
de&ls&de nks ;k=kh izR;sd I, okgu
II vkSjIII esa cSBrs gS vkSj buesa
II. Q, N osQ ;k rks Bhd ck;sa cSBk O osQgSBhd
;k nk;sa cSBk
gSA ls osQoy ,d gh iq:"k gSA buesa ls nks baftfu;j] nks odhy vkSj rh
18. fo|ky; Y ls d{kk10 oha dh ijh{kk esa fdrus Nk=k mkh.kZ v;kid gSA
gq,\
I. mkh.kZ Nk=kksa
H dk uhps esals10oka rFkk 'kh"kZ ls 25oka C ,d efgyk odhy gS vkSj og cguas
(i) A rFkkF osQ lkFk
LFkkugSA ;k=kk ugha djrh gSA
II. 35% Nk=k ijh{kk mkh.kZ ugha dj losQA (ii) B ,d iq:"k bftafu;j gS ,oa osQoy G ,d v;kid gS
funsZ'k(19-23) : fn, x, tkudkjh dks lkokkuhiwoZd i<+sa ,oa osQ lkFk okgu
I esa ;k=kk djrk gSA
uhps fn, x, iz'uksa ds mkj nsaA (iii) D ,d iq:"k odhy gSA
,d ifjokj esa ukS lnL;A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H ,oaI gSA ;g rhu (iv) nks O;fDr tks leku O;olk; ls lacafkr gS] ,d lkFk
ih<+h dk ifjokj gSA os mkj rFkk nf{k.k fn'kk dh vksj eq[k djosQ leku
cSBsokgu esa ;k=kk ugha djrs gSA
(v) A baftfu;j ugha gS vkSjIIokgu ls ;k=kk djrk gSA
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Direction (14-15) : Study the following Direction (19-23) : Study the following
information carefully and answer the questions information carefully and answer the questions
given below: given below:
The distance between M and N is 50 m and that There are nine people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I
between O and P is 40 m. O is to the west of P, in a family. It is a three generation family. They
which is to the east of M at a distance of 70 m. N are sitting in a row facing in North and South
is to the west or northwest or north of O. directions not necessarily in the same order. The
14. In which direction is P with respect to N? following information is known about them.
(1) North (2) East C who is As father sits fourth to the right of B
(3) Southeast (4) Either (2) or (3) who is the only daughter of E and they both face
(5) None of these in the opposite directions. D sits third to the right
15. If O is to the south of N, what is the distance of F who is Bs grandmother and one of them sits
between N and O? adjacent to I. D is unmarried and faces in a
direction similar to that of G. E who is the sister
(1) 40 m (2) 35 m
of D sits at one of the ends with a female. Cs
(3) 80 m (4) 20 m neighbours are females and face in opposite
(5) None of these directions. Fs spouse C faces in the North
Direction (16-18) : Each of the questions below direction. I who is the wife of G sits at the middle
insists of a question and two statements facing in South direction. A, who is male, is the
numbered I and II given below it. You have to only sibling of G sits exactly between D and Bs
decide whether the data provided in the cousin who is a male. The people sitting at ends
statements are sufficient to answer the face in North direction. A faces in same direction
question. Read both the statements and give as that of F. C sits adjacent to I.
answer 19. How is D related to A?
(1) if the data in statement I alone are (1) Wife (2) Sister-in law
sufficient to answer the question, while (3) Brother-in law (4) Husband
the data in statement II alone are not (5) Cannot be determined
sufficient to answer the question. 20. C and D face in which direction in the
respective order?
(2) if the data in statement II alone are
(1) North, South (2) South, North
sufficient to answer the question, while
(3) North, North (4) South, North
the data in statement I alone are not (5) Cannot be determined
sufficient to answer the question. 21. Who sits third to the right of Hs mother?
(3) if the data either in statement I alone (1) B (2) A
or in statement II alone are sufficient (3) F (4) G
to answer the question. (5) H
(4) if the data in both the statements I and 22. How many males are there in the family?
II together are not sufficient to answer (1) 2 (2) 3
the question. (3) 4 (4) 5
(5) if the data in both statements I and II (5) Cannot be determined
together are necessary to answer the 23. Who among the following sits at one of the
question. ends?
16. How is Rita related to Seema? (1) Fs son (2) Hs mother
I. Rita is wife of Raman. Rima is wife of (3) As daughter (4) Gs son
Raju. Seema is sister of Kiran, who is (5) None of the above
daughter of Raju. Direction (24-28) : Study the following
II. Raju is husband of Rima, who is information carefully and answer the questions
daughter-in-law of Raman and mother given below:
of Reena. A, B, C, D, E, F and G are travelling in three
17. M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting around a different vehicles. There are at least two
circular table facing the centre. Who is passengers in each vehicle I, II and III and
opposite A? only one of them is a male. There are two
I. N and O sit opposite to each other but P engineers, two Advocate and three teachers
among them.
and M are not opposite to Q.
(i) C is a lady Advocate and she does not
II. Q may sit either on the immediate left travel with the pair of sisters, A and F.
of N or on the immediate right of O. (ii) B, a male engineer, travels with only
18. How many students passed the examination G, a teacher in vehicle I.
of Class X from School Y? (iii) D is a male Advocate.
I. H's position is 10th from the bottom and (iv) Two persons belonging to the same
25 th from the top among the pass profession do not travel in the same
students. vehicle.
II. 35% of students could not pass the
(v) A is not an engineer and travels in
exam.
vehicle II.

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24. F dk O;olk; D;k gS\ 29. A ,oa og O;fDr tks lnL; oSQje [ksyrk gS] osQ chp dkSu cSB
(1) baftfu;j (2) v;kid gS\
(3) odhy (4) vi;kZIr vkdM+s (1) B
(5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (2) C
(3) D
25. C dkSu&ls okgu esa ;k=kk djrk gS\
(4) og O;fDr tks lqMksowQ [ksyrk gSA
(1) I (2) II
(3) III (4) II ;k III (5) og O;fDr tks Luwdj [ksyrk gSA
(5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 30. fuEu esa ls iafDr;ksa osQ vafre Nksjksa ij dkSu cSBk g
26. buesa ls dkSu rhu v;kid dks izfrfufkRo djrk gS\ (1) N rFkk og O;fDr tks iwQVckWy [ksyrk gSA
(1) GEF (2) GEA (2) O rFkk og O;fDr tks iksyks [ksyrk gSA
(3) GEF ;kGEA (4) vi;kZIr vkdM+s (3) P rFkk og O;fDr tks cSVfeaVu [ksyrk gSA
(5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (4) D rFkk og O;fDr tks oSQje [ksyrk gSA
27. fuEu esa ls dkSu&lh ;qfDr lR; ugha gS\ (5) A rFkk og O;fDr tks 'krjat [ksyrk gSA
(1) E iq:"k v;kid 31. fuEu esa ls fdldk eq[k] iksyks [ksyus okys osQ lEeq[k g
(2) B iq:"k baftfu;j (1) og O;fDr tks lqMksowQ [ksyrk gSA
(3) A efgyk v;kid (2) og O;fDr tks oSQje [ksyrk gSA
(4) F efgyk v;kid (3) og O;fDr tks Luwdj [ksyrk gSA
(5) G efgyk v;kid (4) og O;fDr tks 'krjat [ksyrk gSA
28. buesa ls fdruh efgyk lnL; gS\ (5) D
(1) rhu (2) pkj 32. fuEu esa ls dkSu oSQje [ksyrk gS\
(1) B (2) C
(3) rhu ;kpkj (4) vi;kZIr vkdM+s
(3) D (4) A
(5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (5) fukkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
(29-33) : fn, x, tkudkjh dks lkokkuhiwoZd i<+sa33.
funsZ'k ,oa fuEu esaOls osQ }kjk dkSu&lk [ksy [ksyk tkrk gS\
uhps fn, x, iz'uksa ds mkj nsaA (1) iqQVckWy (2) cSVfeaVu
vkB O;fDr nks lekarj iafDr;ksa esa] ftlesa izR;sd esa pkj yksx bl
(3) iksyks (4) Vsful
izdkj cSBs gSa fd vklUu O;fDr;ksas osQ chp cjkcj nwjh gSA(5) igyh iafDr
fukkZfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
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24. What is Fs profession? 29. Who is seated between A and the person
(1) Engineer (2) Teacher who plays Carom?
(3) Advocate (4) Data inadequate (1) B
(5) None of these (2) C
25. In which vehicle does C travel? (3) D
(1) I (2) II (4) The Person who plays Sudoku
(3) III (4) II or III (5) The Person who plays Snooker
(5) None of these 30. Who amongst the following sit at extreme
26. Which of the following represents the three ends of the rows?
teachers? (1) N and the person who plays Football
(1) GEF (2) GEA (2) O and the person who plays Polo
(3) GEF or GEA (4) Data inadequate (3) P and the person who plays Badminton
(5) None of these (4) D and the person who plays Carom
27. Which of the following combination is not (5) A and the person who plays Chess
correct? 31. Who amongst the following faces the person
(1) E Male Teacher who plays Polo?
(2) B Male Engineer (1) The person who plays Sudoku
(3) A Female Teacher (2) The person who plays Carom
(4) F Female Teacher (3) The person who plays Snooker
(5) G Female Teacher (4) The person who plays Chess
28. How many lady members are there among (5) D
them? 32. Who amongst the following plays Carom?
(1) Three (2) Four (1) B (2) C
(3) Three or Four (4) Data inadequate (3) D (4) A
(5) None of these (5) Cannot be determined
Direction (29-33) : Study the following 33. Which of the following game is played by O?
information carefully and answer the questions (1) Football (2) Badminton
which follow. (3) Polo (4) Tennis
Eight persons are sitting in two parallel rows (5) Cannot be determined
containing four people each, in such a way that Direction (34-35): Study the information and
there is an equal distance between adjacent answer the following questions:
persons. In first row A, B, C and D are seated and There are twelve members in the family viz, O,
all of them facing south while they are experts P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z. R is son S. Y and
in four different games viz, Sudoku, Chess, Z are sisters. W is the mother of P. Q is the
Carom and Snooker (one of each). In second row daughter of T. V's brother R has only one sister
M, N, O and P are seated and all of them are facing Q. P is the brother of Z, who is married to V. S is
north while they are expert in 4 different games the mother of Q, who is married to X. U is the
Football, Badminton, Tennis and Polo (one of father of X and has only one grand-daughter.
each). Therefore, in t he giv en seating 34. How is O related to Q?
arrangement each member seated in a row faces (1) Mother (2) Sister
another member of the other row. (All the (3) Niece (4) Daughter
information given above does not necessary in (5) None of these
the same order) 35. If V is related to Z, in the same way, T is
B is seated second to the right of the person who related to S, in the same way, U is related
plays Chess. C is seated opposite to the person to?
who plays Badminton, who is seated second to (1) P (2) Q
the left of P. (3) R (4) S
N is seated immediate left of the person who plays (5) None of these
Tennis. A is seated immediate right of the person
who plays Snooker. The person who plays Football
is seated opposite to B. M is seated opposite to
the person who plays Sudoku but not at the ends.

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QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Direction (36-40): What approximate value will 42. The number of appeared candidates from
come in place of the question mark (?) in the Mumbai is increased by 100% in the year
following questions ? (Note : You are not 2012 to 2013. If the total number of selected
expected to calculate the exact value). candidates from mumbai in the 2012 and
36. 21 + 3.9 2.9 + 8.99 = ? 2013 together is 816, then what is number
(1) 42 (2) 46 of appeared candidates from Mumbai in the
(3) 44 (4) 34 year 2012?
(5) 36 (1) 780 (2) 560
37. 22.9889 + 0.002 ? = 23 (3) 680 (4) 640
(1) 23 (2) 1 (5) 800
(3) 232 (4) 24 43. What is the difference between the number
(5) None of these of selected candidates from Delhi in year
2012 and 2013 ?
38. 1000000.000001 = ? (1) 24 (2) 22
(1) 1000 (2) 100 (3) 34 (4) 28
(3) 1000.001 (4) 10000 (5) 36
(5) 999 44. If t he average number of selected
39. 134% of 3894 + 38.94 of 134 = ? candidates from Mumbai in the year 2014,
(1) 11452 (2) 10000 2015 and 2016 is 420, then what is the
(3) 10452 (4) 1100 number of selected candidates f rom
(5) None of these Mumbai in the year 2016?
40. 103 1003 + 999999999 = 10? + 10? (1) 384 (2) 395
(1) 6 (2) 9 (3) 483 (4) 374
(3) 7 (4) 10 (5) 479
(5) 12 45. If the respective ratio between the number
Direction (41-45): Study the following table of selected candidates from Delhi in the
carefully and answer the given questions. year 2015 and 2016 is 14: 9, then what is
Table shows the number and percentage of the number of selected candidates from
candidates appeared and selected in a SBI PO Mumbai in the year 2016?
exam from two cities during five years (1) 352 (2) 407
respectively. (3) 432 (4) 534
Delhi Mumbai (5) 598
Number of Percentage of Number of Percentage of Direction (46-50) : What will come in place of
appeared appeared appeared appeared the question mark (?) in the following number
Years candidates candidates candidates candidates
who selected who selected series ?
2012 900 60% - 30% 46. 26 26 52 91 136.5 (?)
2013 1200 43% - 45% (1) 286 (2) 253.5
- (3) 185.25 (4) 279.5
2014 60% 560 60%
(5) None of these
2015 960 70% 1100 50% 47. 952 927 827 577 102 (?)
2016 760 - 800 - (1) 523 (2) 673
Note : Few value are missing in the table (A (3) 27 (4) 103
examinee is expected to calculate the missing (5) None of these
value, if it is required to answer the given 48. 71 72 (?) 42 255
questions on the basis of given data and (1) 69 (2) 70
information.)
(3) 52 (4) 59
41. Out of the number of selected candidates
from Delhi A in the year 2014, the (5) None of these
respectiv e ratio of male and female 49. 16 48 6480 448 110000 (?)
candidates is 11 : 7. If the number of (1) 2057 (2) 1573
selected female candidates from Delhi is (3) 2448 (4) 1872
252, then what is the number of appeared (5) None of these
candidates (both male and female) from 50. 320 240 96 200 16 166.66 (?)
Delhi A in the year 2014 ? (1) 72 (2) 40
(1) 930 (2) 1010
(3) 1570 (4) 1690 (3) 8 (4) 13.33
(5) 1080 (5) None of these

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mlh o"kZ jkT; T ls oqQy deZpkfj;ksa dh la[;kvksa
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(5) 120%

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51. A person invests ` 24,000 as fixed deposit Direction (56-60): Read the following radar
at a bank at the rate of 10% per annum graph and table carefully and answer the given
simple interest. But due to some personal questions. Radar graph shows the percentage
needs he has to withdraw the entire money distribution of employees working in KD
after 3 years, for which the bank allowed campus from six different states during the
him a lower rate of interest. If he gets ` year 2015 and 2016 and the table shows the
6640 less than what he would have got at ratio between male and female employees
the end of 5 years, then the rate of interest among them.
allowed by the bank is: Total employees in the year 2015 and 2016
5 4 19000 and 23000 respectively.
(1) 7 % (2) 7 %
9 9 Year 2015
P
8 7 30% Year 2016
(3) 7 % (4) 8 % 25%
9 9
(5) None of these 20%
U Q
52. A waiter withdraw same mixture from the 15%
mixture of Milk and Water in which 10%
contained 30% of Water. He replaced what 5%
he withdraw mixture containing 18 % of 0%
water. Thus mixture remained 22%. In
which ratio the withdraw the mixture of
the mixture of milk and water? T R
(1) 1 : 3 (2) 3 : 1
(3) 2 : 3 (4) 3 : 2
(5) None of these s
53. In a bag there are 7 red balls and 5 green
balls. Three balls are picked at random. 2015 2016
State
What is the probability that two red balls Male : Female Male : Female
and one green ball ? P 8:5 5:7
Q 11 : 8 12 : 11
29 21
(1) (2) R 7:4 15 : 8
44 44 S 2:3 8:9
27 23 T 5:3 1:3
(3) (4)
44 44 U 13 : 8 5:8
19
(5) 56. What is the difference between the number
44
of total male employees from state Q in the
54. Akanksha invested ` P for 2 years in first
year 2015 and total male employees from
scheme, which offered 11% pa simple
state P in the year 2016?
interest. She also invested `600 + P second
(1) 670 (2) 720
in scheme, which offered 20% compound
(3) 840 (4) 910
interest annually for 2 years. If the amount
(5) None of these
received from first scheme was less than
that received from second scheme by 57. What is the ratio between the total number
` 1216, then what is the value of P? of females employees from state S in the
(1) `1,500 (2) `1,400 year 2015 and total number of females
(3) `2,000 (4) `1,600 employees from state T in the year in 2016?
(5) `1,800 (1) 23 : 13 (2) 31 : 27
55. A vessel contains 180 litres of a mixture of (3) 35:23 (4) 38:23
milk and water in the ratio of 13 : 5. 54 (5) 43:31
litres of this mixture was taken out and 58. The total number of females employees
replaced with 6 litres of water. What is the from state U in the year 2015 is
approximate percentage of water in the approximately what per cent of the total
resultant mixture? number of employees from City T in that
(1) 41% (2) 31% year?
(1) 60% (2) 75%
(3) 24% (4) 9%
(3) 80% (4) 100%
(5) 17%
(5) 120%

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osQckn] ,d efgyk ,oa ,d cPpk (5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
ozQe'k%
` 24,000 rFkk` 32,000 dh jkf'k osQ lkFk funsZ'k(6670) : fuEufyf[kr iz'uksa esa nks lehdj.k
I rFkk
II
'kkfey gks tkrk gS rFkk O;fDr O;kikj ls fudky
` 8,000
fn; s x, gSaA vkidks lehdj.kksa dks gy djuk gS rFkk mkj nsuk gS
ysrk gSA ;fn okf"kZd ykHk esa O;fDr rFkk efgyk osQ fgLlk
;fn
dk varj ` 2,400 gS] rks okf"kZd ykHk fdruk izkIr gqvk Fkk\
(1) ` 15,600 (2) ` 14,400 (1) x > y (2) x y
(3) ` 14,040 (4) ` 15,360 (3) x < y (4) x y
(5) ` 13,440
(5) x = y ;k lacak LFkkfir ugha fd;k tk ldrk
62. lquhy ,d dk;Z dks iwjk djus esa vt; osQ }kjk fy;s x;s le;
dk nks xquk rFkk fot; osQ }kjk fy;s x, le; dk rhxquk66.ysrk I. 289x + 25 = 0
gSA og ,d lkFk feydj ,d fnu esa dk;Z iwjk lekIr dj II. 676y + 10 = 0
ysrs gSaA dk;Z dks iwjk djus lquhy osQ }kjk fy;k67. x;k le; D;k
I. 8x2 78x + 169 = 0
gS\ II. 20y2 117y + 169 = 0
(1) 5 fnu (2) 6 fnu 15 9
68. I. + = 11 x
(3) 7 fnu (4) 8 fnu x x
(5) buesa ls dksbZ ugha y 5 y 1
63. nks LFkku
P rFkk
Q ds chp dh nwjh
320 fdeh- gSA ,d dkj II. + = y
4 12
LFkkuP ls LFkku
Q osQ fy, lqcg
7 cts 55 fdeh-@?k.Vk dh 8 6
pky ls pyrh gSA nwljh dkj LFkku
Q ls LFkku P osQ fy, lqcg 69. I.
x
+
x
= x
11 cts 45 fdeh-@?k.Vk dh pky ls pyrh gSA fdl le;
7
nksuksa dkj ,d nwljs ls feysxh\ 14 2
II. y3 =0
(1) lqcg 11 cts (2) e;kgu12 cts y
(3) nksigj1 cts (4) nksigj12:30 cts 70. I. x 2 208 = 233
(5) nksigj1:30 cts II. y2 47 + 371 = 0

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59. The total number of females employees 64. Mohan purchased 320 kg of rice at `17.60
from state Q in the year 2016 is per kg and mixed it with 160 kg of rice
approximately what per cent more than the purchased at `16.40 per kg. He wants to
total number of males employees from state earn a profit of ` 9.45 per kg by selling it,
T in the year 2015? then what should be the selling price of the
(1) 71.42% (2) 73.68% mixture per Kg?
(3) 75.13% (4) 77.56% (1) ` 25 (2) ` 26.65
(5) 79.84% (3) ` 28.45 (4) ` 25.65
60. What is the average number of females (5) None of these
employees from all the states together in 65. In how many different ways can the letters
the year 2016 of the word MAGAZINE be arranged so that
(1) 1600 (2) 1800 vowels always come together?
(3) 2000 (4) 2200 (1) 1020 (2) 720
(5) 2400 (3) 1440 (4) 2880
(5) None of these
61. A man star ted a business wit h an
Direction (66-70) : In the following questions
investment of ` 28,000. After 5 months from
two equations numbered I and II are given. You
the start of the business, a woman and a
have to solve both the equations and give
child joined with a capital of ` 24,000 and
answer.
`32,000 respectively and man withdraw
` 8000 from the business. If the difference If
between man's share and women's share (1) x > y
in the annual profit is ` 2,400, then what (2) x y
was the annual profit received? (3) x < y
(1) ` 15,600 (2) ` 14,400 (4) x y
(3) ` 14,040 (4) ` 15,360 (5) x = y or the relationship cannot be
established
(5) ` 13,440
62. Sunil takes twice as much time as Ajay and 66. I. 289x + 25 = 0
thrice as much time as Vijay to finish a II. 676y + 10 = 0
piece of work. They together finish the work
in 1 day. What is the time taken by Sunil 67. I. 8x2 78x + 169 = 0
to finish the work? II. 20y2 117y + 169 = 0
(1) 5 days (2) 6 days 15 9
68. I. + = 11 x
(3) 7 days (4) 8 days x x
(5) None of these 1
y 5 y
63. The distance between two place P and Q 320 II. + = y
4 12
km. A car starts from place P for place Q at
a speed of 55 kmph at 7 am. Another car 8 6
departs from place Q for place P at a speed 69. I. + = x
x x
of 45 kmph of 45 kmph at 11 am. At what
7
time will both cars meet each other? 14 2
(1) 11 am (2) 12 noon II. y3 =0
y
(3) 1 pm (4) 12 : 30 pm
(5) 1 : 30 pm 70. I. x 2 208 = 233
II. y2 47 + 371 = 0

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE & COMPREHENSION


Direction (71-80): Read the following passage 71. Which of the following is possible the most
carefully and answer the questions given below appropriate title for the story?
it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you (1) The Skilled Hunter
locate them while answering some of the
(2) The King's Prime Minister
questions.
(3) The King's Defeat
A long time ago, on a big tree in the lap of the
mountain, lived a bird named Sindhuka. It was a (4) The Bird with the Gold Dropping
rather special bird because its droppings turned (5) The Trials and Tribulations of the
into gold as soon as they hit the ground. Foolish Bird Sindhuka
One day, a hunter came to the tree in search 72. Which of the following emotions made the
of prey and he saw Sindhuka's droppings hit the hunter gift the bird to the king?
ground and turn into gold. The hunter was struck (1) Respect (2) Joy
with wonder. He though, "I have been hunting
(3) Pride (4) Fear
birds and small animals since I was a boy, but in
all my 80 years, I have never seen such a (5) Awe
miraculous creature. He decided that he had to 73. Which of the following is true according to
catch the bird somehow. He climbed the tree and the story?
skillfully set a trap for the bird. The bird, quite (1) Birds like Sindhuka were very common
unaware of the danger it was in, stayed on the in the area near the mountain
tree and sang merrily. But it was soon caught in (2) Sindhuka remained caged for the rest
the hunter's trap. The hunter immediately seized of its life
it and shoved it into a cage.
(3) Sindhuka was unaware of the trap laid
The hunter took the bird home joyfully. But
by the hunter
as he had time to think over his good fortune
later, he suddenly realised, "If the king comes to (4) The King, when told to not accept the
know of this wonder, he will certainly take away bird, did not listen to his Prime Minister
the bird from me and he might even punish me (5) All are true
for keeping such a rare treasure all to myself. So 74. Why was the king's Prime Minister
it would be safer and more honourable if I were reluctant to accept the bird?
to go to the king and present the unique bird to (1) He believed that the bird would die if
him," The next day, the hunter took the bird to caged
the king and presented it to him in court with
(2) He know about the hunter's habit of
great reverence. The king was delighted t o
lying
receive such an unusual and rare gift. He told
his courtiers to keep the bird safe and feed it with (3) He believed that the bird would bring
the best bird food available. bad luck to the king
The king's prime minister though, was (4) His sources had informed him that the
reluctant to accept the bird. He said "O Rajah, hunter was crazy
how can you believe the word of a foolish hunter (5) None of these
accept this bird? Has anyone in our kingdom ever 75. How did the hunter find Sindhuka?
seen abird dropping gold? The hunter must be
(1) He had read stories about the bird and
either crazy or telling lies. I think it is best that
had set traps at various locations in the
you release the bird from the cage." After a little
thought, the king felt that his prime minister's city
words were correct. So he ordered the bird to be (2) He followed the bird's droppings
released. But as soon as the door of the cage was (3) He was on the lookout for a prey when
thrown open, the bird flew out, perched itself on he chanced upon it
a nearby doorway and defecated. To everyone's (4) People from the city had informed him
surprise, the dropping immediately turned into about the bird's whereabouts
gold. The king mourned his loss. (5) He was attracted by the birds calls
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Directions (76-78) : Choose the word which is 83. They felt that such quotas/violated tradi-
most similar in meaning to the word/group of tional Naga/customary rights that are/
words printed in bold as used in the passage. guaranteed with the Constitution.
76. Rather (1) They felt that such quotas
(1) Regular (2) Quite (2) violated traditional Naga
(3) Instead (4) But (3) customary rights that are
(5) known
(4) guaranteed with the Constitution.
77. Release
(5) No Error
(1) Free (2) Vacate
(3) Vent (4) Let expire 84. For long stakeholders in the / Northeast
(5) Make public have complained / about been neglected by
78. Reverence / the rest of India.
(1) Respect (2) Detail (1) For long stakeholders in the
(3) Astonishment (4) Hope (2) Northeast have complained
(5) Remembrance (3) about been neglected by
Directions (79-80) Choose the word which is (4) the rest of India.
most opposite in meaning to the word printed (5) No Error
in bold as used in the passage. 85. it's also true that / Northeast communi-
79. Reluctant ties want to / preserve their culture and /
(1) True (2) Clever traditional way of life.
(3) Averse (4) Hesitant
(1) it's also true that
(5) Keen
(2) Northeast communities want to
80. Skilfully
(3) preserve their culture and
(1) Angrily (2) Haphazardly
(3) Highly (4) Cheaply (4) traditional way of life.
(5) Deftly (5) No Error
Direction (81-90): Read each sentence to find 86. While this is already guaranteed with / the
out whether there is any grammatical error in Constitution, using identity / as a weapon
it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the to attack / the state is unacceptable.
sentence. The number of that part is the answer. (1) While this is already guaranteed with
If there is no error, the answer is (5), i.e. No (2) the Constitution, using identity
Error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.) (3) as a weapon to attack
81. Moreover Trump has called Nato obsolete, / (4) the state is unacceptable.
questioned Western sanctions / on Russia
(5) No Error
and turned his back / on EU, wishing for its
87. The refusal of Northeast / tribal groups to ac-
demise.
cept / this is at the heart / of the problem.
(1) Moreover Trump has called Nato obso-
lete, (1) The refusal of Northeast
(2) questioned Western sanctions (2) tribal groups to accept
(3) on Russia and turned his back (3) this is at the heart
(4) on EU, wishing for its demise. (4) of the problem.
(5) No Error (5) No Error
82. The agitators were protesting / against 33% 88. some of the pictorial representations / that
reservation / for women at urban / local the EC has come on / with might well leave
body elections. many / in a daze of decipherment.
(1) The agitators were protesting (1) some of the pictorial representations
(2) against 33% reservation (2) that the EC has come on
(3) for women at urban (3) with might well leave many
(4) local body elections. (4) in a daze of decipherment.
(5) No Error (5) No Error
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89. Though a candidate who has been / as- 95. When organizations _______ creativity and
signed a TV set as his / electoral chhaap risk-taking the usual method of maintain-
seem pleased as / punch, saying "TV is an ing order and _______ are indeed shaken.
appealing sign.
(1) Encourage, deconum
(1) Though a candidate who has been
(2) assigned a TV set as his (2) Exhibit, durability
(3) electoral chhaap seem pleased as (3) Propose, humility
(4) punch, saying "TV is an appealing sign. (4) Enhance, supply
(5) No Error
(5) Propagate, production
90. it could suggest someone possessed of /
down-to-earths humility who is / prepared Direction (96-100): In the following passage
to tread / the strait and narrow. there are blanks, each of which has been
(1) it could suggest someone possessed of numbere(4) These numbers are printed below
(2) down-to-earths humility who is the passage and against each five words are
(3) prepared to tread suggested and one of which fits the blank
(4) the strait and narrow. appropriately. Find out the appropriate word
(5) No Error
in the context of the passage in each case.
Directions (91-95): The sentence has two
blanks. Each blank indicates that something There are a number of ___(96)___ reasons not to
has been omitted. Choose the words that best travel by a public transport. There is the rigidity
fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole. of the time table .Then, there are ___(97)___
91. When interpersonal problems _______ but about getting a seat , waiting at bus -stops and so
are not dealt with the organizations produc- on. Yet, there are deeper reasons why many of
tivity inevitably _______.
us ___(98)___ away from public transport. Each
(1) Surface, develops
of us has our own set of prejudius and opinions
(2) Focus, increase
(3) Establish, projects against public transport , ___(99)___ we are all
(4) Develop, exhibits slaves to advertisements. Car advertisement
(5) Exist, diminishes ___(100)___ the notion of freedom. Motorcycles
92. Participative management in which every- are offered as a way to recapured our lost youth
one has _______ in a decision that leader as a results there is this felling that we must
then makes, is a mechanism for _______ have our own transport, whatever the cost.
employees.
(1) Share, protecting 96. (1) varying (2) forbidden
(2) Value, thwarting (3) vague (4) valid
(3) Motivation, involving (5) Validate
(4) Reward, Stimulating 97 (1) delights (2) concerns
(5) Input, empowering
(3) concern (4) obstructions
93. Lack of _______ is basic to good teamwork
but our ability to work with others depends (4) consignment
on our _______. . 98. (1) shy (2) get
(1) Rigidity, Compatibility (3) struggle (4) gets
(2) Dogmatism, motivation
(5) struggled
(3) Professionalism, Vulnerability
(4) Positivism, Flexibility 99. (1) consequently (2) notwithstanding
(5) Consideration, Acumen (3) on the contrary (4) moreover
94. Complete and Constant Openness is a no- (5) morever
tion that can be _______ to absurdity. Am I
100. (1) enforce (2) endanger
_______ to stop everyone on the street and
tell them my (3) endure (4) empower
(1) Reduced, required (5) power
(2) Attributed, requested
(3) Projected, destined
(4) Subjected, confined
(5) Compressed, needs

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