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SBI PO PRE Memory Based Paper_2016

Directions (1-10): Read the following matter went deeper than that. The GATT, and
passage carefully and answer the questions the WTO, are contract organizations based on
given below it. Certain words are printed rules, and it is inevitable that an organization
in bold to help you locate them while created to further rules will in turn be
answering some of the questions. influenced by the legal process. Robert Hudec
has written of the momentum of legal
The World Trade Organization (WTO) was development, but what is this precisely? Legal
formed in the early 1990s as a component of development can be defined as promotion of
the Uruguay Round negotiation. However, it the technical legal values of consistency,
could have been negotiated as part of the clarity (or, certainty) and effectiveness: these
Tokyo Round of the 1970s, since that are values that those responsible for
negotiation was an attempt at a constitutional administering any legal system will seek to
reform of the General Agreement on Tariffs maximize. As it played out in the WTO,
and Trade (GATT). Or it could have been put consistency meant integrating under one roof
off to the future, as the US Government the whole lot of separate agreements signed
wanted. What factors led to the creation of the under GATT auspices; clarity meant
WTO in the early 1990s? removing ambiguities about the powers of
One factor was the pattern of multilateral contracting parties to make certain decisions
bargaining that developed late in the Uruguay or to undertake waivers: and effectiveness
Round. Like all complex international meant eliminating exceptions arising out of
agreements, the WTO was a product of a grandfather-rights and resolving defects in
series of trade-offs between principal actors dispute settlement procedures and
and groups. For the United States, which did institutional provisions. Concern for these
not want a new organization, the dispute values is inherent in any rules-based system
settlement part of the WTO package achieved of cooperation, since without these values,
its longstanding goal of a more effective and rules would be meaningless in the first place.
more legal dispute settlement system. For the Rules, therefore, create their own incentive for
Europeans, who by the 1990s had come to fulfilment.
view GATT dispute settlement less in political The momentum of legal development has
terms and more as a regime of legal occurred in other institutions besides the
obligations, the WTO package was acceptable GATT, most notably in the European Union
to discipline the resort to unilateral measures (EU). Over the past two decades the European
by the United States. Countries like Canada Court of Justice (ECJ) has consistently
and other middle and smaller trading partners rendered decisions that have expanded
were attracted by the expansion of a rules- incrementally the EUs internal market, in
based system and by the symbolic value of a which the doctrine of mutual recognition
trade organization, both of which inherently handed down in the case Cassis de Dijon in
support the weak against the strong. The 1979 was a key turning point. The court is now
developing countries were attracted due to the widely recognized as a major player in
provisions banning unilateral measures. European integration, even though arguably
Finally, and perhaps most important, many such a strong role was not
countries at the Uruguay Round came to put a originally envisaged in the Treaty of Rome,
higher priority on the export gains than on the which initiated the current European Union.
import losses that the negotiation would One means the court used to expand
produce, and they came to associate the WTO integration was the teleological method of
and a rule based system with those gains. This interpretation, whereby the actions of
reasoning replicated in many countries member states were evaluated against the
was contained in US Ambassador Kantors accomplishment of the most elementary
defence of the WTO, and it amounted to a community goals set forth in the Preamble to
recognition that international trade and its the [Rome] Treaty. The teleological method
benefits cannot be enjoyed unless trading represents an effort to keep current policies
nations accept the discipline of a negotiated consistent with stated goals, and it is
rules-based environment. analogous to the effort in GATT to keep
A second factor in the creation of the WTO was contracting party trade practices consistent
pressure from lawyers and the legal process. with stated rules. In both case legal concerns
The dispute settlement system of the WTO was and procedures are an independent force for
a victory of legalists over pragmatists but the further cooperation.

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In large part, the WTO was an exercise in Find the correct option
consolidation. In the context of a trade A. Only I & II
negotiation that created a near-revolutionary B. Only II & III
expansion of international trade rules, the C. Only I, III & IV
formation of the WTO was a deeply D. Only I
conservative act needed to ensure that the
E. Only V
benefits of the new rules would not be lost. The
4. In the method of interpretation of the
WTO was all about institutional structure and
European Court of Justice,
dispute settlement: these are the concerns of
conservatives and not revolutionaries, which is I) current policies needed to be consistent with
why lawyers and legalists took the lead on stated goals.
these issues. The WTO codified the GATT II) contracting party trade practices needed to
institutional practice that had developed by be consistent with stated rules.
custom over three decades, and it III) enunciation of the most elementary
incorporated a new dispute settlement system community goals needed to be emphasised.
that was necessary to keep both old and new IV) actions of member states needed to be
rules from becoming a sham. Both the evaluated against the stated community
international structure and the dispute goals.
settlement system were necessary to preserve V) actions of member states needed to be
and enhance the integrity of the multilateral disdained against the stated community
trade regime that had been built incrementally goals.
from the 1940s to the 1990s. Find the correct option
1. What could be the closest reason why the WTO A. Only II, III & IV
was not formed in the 1970s? B. Only I, IV & V
A. The US government did not like it. C. Only IV
B. Important players did not find it in their D. Only II
best interest to do so. E. Only I
C. Lawyers did not work for the dispute 5. In the statement it amounted to a recognition
settlement system. that international trade and its benefits cannot
D. The Tokyo Round negotiation was an be enjoyed unless trading nations accept the
attempt at constitutional reform. discipline of a negotiated rules-based
E. Formation of other organisations was given environment, it refers to:
more importance than WTO. A. Ambassador Kantors defence of the WTO.
2. The most likely reason for the acceptance of B. the higher priority on export gains placed
the WTO package by nations was that: by many countries at the Uruguay Round.
A. it had the means to prevent the US from C. the export gains many countries came to
taking unilateral measures. associate with a rule-based system.
B. they recognized the need for a rule-based D. the provision of a rule-based system by the
environment to protect the benefits of WTO.
increased trade. E. the momentum of legal development which
C. it settles disputes more legally and more developed in institutions other than GATT.
effectively. 6. The importance of Cassis de Dijon is that it
D. its rule-based system leads to export A. gave a new impetus to the momentum of
gains. legal development at the European Court of
E. it would empower the US to be the most Justice.
powerful nation B. resulted in a decision that expanded
3. According to the passage, WTO promoted the incrementally the EUs internal market.
technical legal values partly through: C. strengthened the role of the court more
I) integrating under one roof the agreements than envisaged in the Treaty of Rome.
signed under GATT. D. led to a doctrine that was a key turning
II) rules that create their own incentive for point in European integration.
fulfilment. E. weakened the role of the court more than
III) grandfather-rights exceptions and defects envisaged in the Treaty of Rome.
in dispute settlement procedures. 7. Which of the following word/phrase has the
IV) ambiguities about the powers of most OPPOSITE meaning as AUSPICES as
contracting parties to make certain decisions. used in the passage.
V) rules that create their own demand to be A. aegis B. patronage
followed. C. weakness D. authority
E. countenance

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8. Which of the following word/phrase has the G. Clear definitions have also been put in place
most SIMILAR meaning as REPLICATE as used on what would constitute India-sponsored
in the passage. AIFs.
A. disdain B. repulse 11. Which of the following will be the Fourth
C. rebuff D. imitate sentence?
E. snub A. A B. B
9. Which of the following word/phrase has the C. C D. D
most OPPOSITE meaning as REGIME as used E. E
in the passage. 12. Which of the following will be the First
A. establishment B. tenure sentence?
C. dynasty D. subservience A. A B. B
E. incumbency C. C D. G
10. Which of the following word/phrase has the E. F
most SIMILAR meaning as ENVISAGED as
13. Which of the following will be the Last
used in the passage.
sentence?
A. abstain B. disregard
A. A B. D
C. scorn D. conceived
C. C D. F
E. laxity
E. E
Directions (11-15): Rearrange the following 14. Which of the following will be the Third
seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and sentence?
(G) in the proper sequence to form a A. A B. F
meaningful paragraph and then answer the C. B D. C
questions given below.
E. D
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious 15. Which of the following will be the Sixth
procedural issues plaguing these investors, sentence?
some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as A. A B. F
the applicability of withholding tax to C. C D. G
exempt investors, is required.
E. E
B. Investments by foreign investors, including
non-resident Indians, into these vehicles Directions (16-20): In the following
will no longer require FIPB approval. passage, some of the words have been left
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if out, each of which is indicated by a number.
controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, Find the suitable word from the options given
will not be subject to sectorial caps on FDI against each number and fill up the blanks with
or other restrictions with respect to their appropriate words to make the paragraph
own portfolios. meaningful.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, Direction: In the following passage, there are
infrastructure funds and REITs with an blanks each of which has been numbered.
India exposure to tap into a much larger These numbers are printed below the pas-sage
pool of global risk capital, without and against each, five words/phrases are
procedural delays. suggested, one of which fits the blank
appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in
E. This is significant as bypassing sectorial FDI
each case.
caps can prompt a sizeable number of
foreign investors to take the AIF route to When she was 16, Rana Abdel Hamid was
explore promising sunrise sectors, be it (16) on the streets of New York by a man
multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even who tried to pull off the head scarf she wears
microfinance. as a symbol of her commitment to her Muslim
F. In a quiet move that could have just as faith. Rather than withdrawing she turned her
much impact on capital flows into India as anger into a (17) that is now workings with
the earlier announcements on Foreign young Muslim women to teach them self-
Direct Investment, the Centre has recently defence while encouraging them to become
announced sweeping relaxations in its leaders and role models for others in their
regulatory regime for alternative communities. Abdel Hamid, a graduate from
investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure Vermonts Middlebury College and a student at
investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate the Harvard Kennedy School of Government,
investment trusts (REITs). says the challenge facing Muslims women in

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particular has been getting worse, especially 22. The Prime Ministers clarion call for zero
since the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, defect in Make in India shouldnt be _____
California. Its unfortunate that its becoming to manufacturing alone; the quality of health-
more needed and we are getting so many care services which affect citizens on a day-to-
calls. day basis is equally important as quality of
Rabina Niaz, the executive director of the products manufactured, and will help in
group Turning Point for Women and Families, ________India.
an organization that works to end domestic A. restricted, branding
(...18) in New Yorks Muslim Community, B. unrestricted, stamping
said she first met Abdelhamid when she was C. modified, glorying
participating in programs at the center. Rana D. unmodified, honoring
is a living example of what one can (19)
E. unclassified, blazing
when we invest in these young girls. If we
23. The United Kingdom, one of those which
believe in them, if we support them, watch
sponsored the resolution, __________the
their back- they need just a little bit of (20)
importance of a comprehensive approach to
and mentoring and they are ready.
dealing with the past, restoring confidence in
16. Find out the appropriate word in each case. state institutions, and developing a just
A. met B. approached political __________for all people.
C. accosted D. insulted A. pondered, bafflement
E. stressed B. disregarded, agreement
17. Find out the appropriate word in each case. C. overlooked, argument
A. programme B. idea D. underscored, settlement
C. work D. effort E. acknowledged, annulment
E. job 24. Mr. Modi has directed all departments, youth
18. Find out the appropriate word in each case. organisations, magistrates and governments
A. issues B. violence to _______youths by designing an inspiring/
C. aggression D. dispute patriotic youth anthem in sync with the 21st
E. difference Century and recording 100 sentences
commonly used in youth conversations to be
19. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
__________ in a booklet or electronic form.
A. carry out B. end A. demobilize, diffused
C. accomplish D. complete B. mobilize, disseminated
E. stop C. inactivate, accumulated
20. Find out the appropriate word in each case. D. activate, concentrated
A. worry B. concern E. disseminate, assembled
C. care D. support 25. Mergers can be successful in similar
E. nudging institutions with a similar ________but cannot
be extensively adopted because they lead to
job cuts, branch closures and, in some cases,
Directions (21-25): Each question below has
________of quality and quantity of services.
two blanks. There are five pairs of words below
each sentence. Each pair is, numbered. A. culture, lowering
Choose the pair of words which can be filled up B. devolution, decreasing
in the blanks in the sentence in the same order C. tradition, aggrandizing
so as to complete the sentence meaningfully. D. filth, improving
E. society, increasing
21. The final results of the PSBs, as expected,
Directions (26-30): In each question below
were poor and the government, being owner
a sentence with four words printed in bold type
of PSBs, has been paying ___________
attention to the banking situation and initiating is given.
various actions such as strengthening the These are numbered as (1), (2), (3) and (4).
selection process of the top management, and One of these four words printed in bold may
____________ a bankruptcy code. be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the
context of the sentence. Find out the word,
A. least, enacting
which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any.
B. basic, constituting The number of that word is your answer. If all
C. utmost, legislating the words printed in bold are correctly spelt
D. uttermost, refusing and also appropriate in the context of the
E. centre, denying sentence, mark(S) i.e. All Correct as your
answer.
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26. Despite the downturn in the automobile


industry, / Jaguar Land Rovers business is
until the / success story it was, reporting a 13
per cent growth / due to increased demand for
its product range./ No error
A. Despite the downturn in the automobile
industry
B. Jaguar Land Rover business is until the
C. success story it was, reporting a 13 per
cent growth
D. due to increased demand for its product
range
E. No error
27. In the absence of any realistic projection / on
what a post-Brexit U.K. holds in / store, such
claims / carry little authority./ No error
A. In the absence of any realistic projection
B. on what a post-Brexit U.K. holds in
C. store, such claims
1. What is the total number of players
D. carry little authority participating in hockey from all the five schools
E. No error together?
28. That a government that win a Brexit vote / will A. 324 B. 288
foster existing ties with countries / including C. 342 D. 284
India is a / perfectly reasonable assumption./
E. 248
No error
2. What is the respective ratio between number
A. That a government that win a Brexit vote of players participating in basketball from
B. will foster existing ties with countries school 1 and the number of players
C. including India is a participating in Kho Kho from school 3?
D. perfectly reasonable assumption A. 5:7 B. 7:9
E. No error C. 7:8 D. 9:7
E. 5:8
29. When the appeal was filed in / the Supreme
Court, the / Assembly passed an Act / remove 3. In which school is the number of player
the disqualification./ No error participating in hockey and basketball together
second highest?
A. When the appeal was filed in
A. School 1 B. School 2
B. the Supreme Court, the
C. School 3 D. School 4
C. Assembly passed an Act
E. School 5
D. remove the disqualification
4. Number of players participating in Kho-Kho
E. No error from school 4 is what percent of number of
30. The Supreme Court has held in the / number players participating in hockey from school 2?
of cases that State / Legislatures and A. 42 B. 48
Parliament / can legislate retrospectively./ No C. 36 D. 40
error E. 60
A. The Supreme Court has held in the 5. 25% of the numbers of the players
B. number of cases that State participating in hockey from school 5 are
C. Legislatures and Parliament females. What is the number of the hockey
players who are males in school 5?
D. can legislate retrospectively
A. 15 B. 18
E. No error C. 30 D. 21
E. 27
Quantitative Aptitude
Directions (6-10): What will come in place of
Number of players participating in three question mark (?) in the following number
different games in five different schools series?

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6. 28, 37, 64, 109, 172, (?) 9. 124, 213, 338, ?, 720, 989
A. 253 B. 265 A. 503 B. 505
C. 234 D. 246 C. 513 D. 545
E. None of these E. 407
7. 8850, 5475, 3278,1947, 1218,(?) 10. 36, 144, 18, ?, 13.5, 270
A. 1125 B. 875 A. 216 B. 202
C. 925 D. 1025 C. 244 D. 260
E. None of these E. None of these
8. 1980, 1484, 1236, 1112, 1050, ?
A. 1025 B. 917
C. 1029 D. 929
E. None of these

Directions (11-15): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Table giving the number of candidates appeared in the examination and percentage of students passed
from various institutes over the years.

11. What is the total number of students passed A. 68 B. 70


from all institutes together in the year 2006? C. 69 D. 71
A. 1875 B. 1985 E. None of these
C. 1295 D. 1465
E. None of these Directions (16-20): In each of these
12. Approximately, what is the overall percentage questions, two equations (I) and (II) are
of students passed from institute C for all the given.
years?
16. I. 16x2 40x 39 = 0
A. 60 B. 70
II. 12y2 113y + 255 = 0
C. 75 D. 55
A. x > y B. x < y
E. 65
C. x y D. x y
13. What is the ratio of number of students passed
from institute F in 2003 to the number of E. x = y or no relation can be established
students passed from institute B in 2005? between x and y.
A. 95:154 B. 154:95 17. I. x2 - 77 x + 84 = 0
C. 94:155 D. 155:94 II.y2 - 55 y + 30 = 0
E. None of these A. x > y B. x < y
14. What is the ratio of the average number of C. x y D. x y
students appeared from institute A for all the E. x = y or no relation can be established
years to that from institute D? between x and y.
A. 463:333 B. 353:463 18. I. x1/3 = 6859
C. 461:333 D. 333:461 II. y2 = 361
E. None of these A. x > y B. x < y
15. What is the overall percentage of students C. x y D. x y
passed from all the institutes together in E. x = y or no relation can be established
2004? (rounded off to the nearest integer) between x and y.

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19. I. 2x2 + 19x + 42 = 0 27. A trader bought two mobiles for Rs. 39,000.
II. 4y2 + 43y + 30 = 0 He sold one at a loss of 20% and the other at
A. x > y B. x < y a profit of 15%. If the selling price of each
mobile is the same, then their cost prices are
C. x y D. x y
respectively.
E. x = y or no relation can be established
A. Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 19,000
between x and y.
20. I. 72 30x = -2x2 B. Rs. 23,000 and Rs. 16,000
II. y2 40/6 =7/3 C. Rs. 20,500 and Rs. 19,500
A. x > y B. x < y D. Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 9,000
C. x y D. x y E. Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 9,500
E. x = y or no relation can be established 28. One train runs from station A to B and the
between x and y. other from station B to A. They both start
simultaneously and meet cross each other at a
Directions (21-25): What approximate particular point on the route. Their speeds are
value should come in place of question mark in the ratio 4:3. After crossing each other the
(?) in the following questions (you are not train from A to B takes 5 hours to complete the
expected to calculate the exact value. leftover 200km of journey. The speed of train
from B to A after crossing reduced by 5 km/h
21. 564.666 + 82.5091 44.581 34.111= ? and it covered the leftover distance in 12
A. 28450 B. 4000 hours. What is the total distance between A
and B?
C. 1600 D. 14225
E. 4210 A. 1000km B. 500km
C. 800km D. 600km
2 E. 900km
22. 3 of 298.87 = ? % of 6788.89 2135.91
9 29. The income of A is 150% of the income of B
A. 46 B. 90 and the income of C is 120% of the income of
C. 26 D. 56 A. If the total income of A, B and C together
is 86000, what is Cs income?
E. 11.35
23. (28/9) x (264/12) (17/5) + (13/17) = ? A. 30000 B. 32000
C. 20000 D. 36000
A. 16 B. 19
E. None of these
C. 12 D. 25
E. None of these 30. A can do a piece of work in 8 days which B can
destroy in 3 days. A has worked for 6 days,
24. 359.99% of 899.97 + 164.95% of 8984.01 -
during the last 2 days of which B has been
1186.002=?
destroying. How many days must A now work
A. 19469 B. 15896 alone to complete the work?
C. 17956 D. 16878 A. 7 days B. 7(1/3) days
E. 21659
C. 7(2/3) days D. 8 days
25. 754 4136 24 ? E. None of these
A. 294 B. 276 31. A hemispherical vessel of internal diameter
C. 265 D. 300 162 cm contains milk. The milk is to be filled
E. 288 in cylindrical flasks of radius 9 cm and height
27 cm. How many flasks are required to empty
26. Wine W is produced by mixing alcohol X and
the vessel?
alcohol Y in the ratio of 4: 5. Alcohol X is
prepared by mixing two raw materials, A and A. 81 B. 243
B, in the ratio of 1: 2. Alcohol Y is prepared by C. 54 D. 192
mixing two raw materials, B and C, in the ratio E. 162
of 3: 1. Then the final mixture is prepared by 32. A company produces an average of 4000 items
mixing 864 liters of wine W with water. If the per month for the first 3 month. How much
concentration of the raw material B in the final items, it must produce on an average per
mixture is 50%, how much water had been month over the next 9 months to average
added to wine W? 4375 items per month over the whole year?
A. 328 units B. 368 units A. 4500 B. 4600
C. 392 units D. 616 units C. 4680 D. 4710
E. None of these
E. None of the above

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33. Atul took a credit at simple interest rate of 6% A. Only conclusion I is true.
in the 1st year but with an increase of 0.5% in B. Only conclusion II is true.
each subsequent year. He paid interest of INR C. Either conclusion I or II is true.
4375 after 5 years. How much credit did he D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
take? E. Both conclusion I and II are true.
A. INR 33250 4. Statements: A>B=C<D, E>A,E=F>G
B. INR 12500 Conclusion:
C. INR 15800 I. G < A
D. Cannot be determined II. E>C
E. None of the above A. Only conclusion I is true.
34. From a pack of 52 cards, two cards are drawn B. Only conclusion II is true.
at random. What is the probability that both C. Either conclusion I or II is true.
cards being king? D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
A. 1/441 B. 1/221 E. Both conclusion I and II are true.
C. 1/220 D. 1/442 5. Statements: B=A>S=R,K>T>P=R
E. 3/430 Conclusion:
35. A and B are partners in a business. They invest I. T>B
in the ratio 5 : 6, at the end of 8 months B II. B > P
withdraws. If they receive profits at the end of A. Only conclusion I is true.
year in the ratio of 5 : 9, find how long As B. Only conclusion II is true.
investment was used? C. Either conclusion I or II is true.
A. 6 months B. 9 months D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
C. 7 months D. 8 months E. Both conclusion I and II are true.
E. None of these
Directions (6-10): Study the information
given below and answer the questions based
Reasoning Section on it.
There are 8 Boxes kept in a shelf namely A, B,
Directions (1-5): In the following questions, C, D, E, F, G and H, not necessarily in the same
relationship between different elements are order. They are colored in Grey, Pink, Green,
shown in the statements. These statements Brown, Red, White, Orange and Blue papers,
are followed by two conclusions. not necessarily in the same order. There is
1. Statements: M>N=O>P, Q>R<S=P exactly one box between B and H. The Blue
Conclusion: Box is kept just below H. H is not colored in
I. O>R Green or Brown. G is kept adjacent to B but
not adjacent to H. The Orange Box is four
II. M>S
boxes above the Blue Box. A is kept just above
A. Only conclusion I is true. C and neither of them is orange or Blue in
B. Only conclusion II is true. color. There are at least two boxes kept below
C. Either conclusion I or II is true. C. The box colored in White is kept just above
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. the Grey Box. F is neither colored in Blue nor
is kept at the top. The Brown Box is not kept
E. Both conclusion I and II are true.
at the bottom. E which is colored in Red is kept
2. Statements: A<B<C>D, E>F>D four boxes below A.
Conclusion: 6. What is the color of the Box H?
I. E>C A. Grey B. Pink
II. F<B C. White D. Blue
A. Only conclusion I is true. E. None of these
B. Only conclusion II is true. 7. Which Box colored in Blue?
C. Either conclusion I or II is true. A. A B. C
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. C. D D. G
E. None of these
E. Both conclusion I and II are true.
8. The Boxes kept at the top and the bottom
3. Statements: Q>R=S>T,U<V<W=Q
respectively are colored in?
Conclusion:
A. Brown and Red B. Orange and Red
I. W>S
C. Grey and Pink D. Green and Pink
II. V>R E. White and Green

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9. How many boxes are kept between F and E?


Directions (16-20): Study the following
A. Two B. Three
information and answer the questions.
C. Four D. One
E. None of these Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows
10. Which of the following statements is correct? containing five persons each. In row 1, Amit,
A. Box C is colored in White Rahul, Gaurav, Priyanka and Raju are sitting
B. The Red Box is third from the bottom. and all of them are facing south. In row 2,
C. There is only one box above the Orange Neelam, Shivani, Priya, Nitesh and Rupali are
box. sitting and all of them are facing north. In the
D. There are Two boxes between G and the given seating arrangement, each member
Pink Box seated in a row faces another member of the
other row. Moreover, each of them likes
E. None of the above is correct.
different Countries India, Australia, US,
Direction (11-13): Study the following China, Japan, Russia, Pakistan, England,
information carefully to answer the given France and Canada but not necessarily in the
questions. same order.

S is father of P. Q has three children. A is There are only two persons sitting between the
sister-in-law of B. P and C are brother and person likes India, who sits at an extreme end
sister but not necessarily in the same order. P and Raju. Neelam, who sits in the middle of
is niece of D. E is grandfather of C. B is sister the row, is not an immediate neighbour of
of D. There are two married couple in the Shivani, who doesnt like Canada. Rupali is
family. sitting at an extreme end. Raju, Likes Japan,
11. How is D related to Q? sits on the immediate right of the person who
likes Australia and faces the immediate
A. Son B. Daughter
neighhour of Shivani. Rahul is not sitting at the
C. Sister D. Cant be determined
extreme left end. Neelam does not like France.
E. None of these There is only one person between Gaurav and
12. How is A related to D? Priyanka, who likes India. Nitesh who likes
A. Mother B. Brother Russia is an immediate neighbour of the
C. Sister D. Sister-in-law person who likes Canada and does not face the
E. None of these person who likes US. Priya, who likes China, is
13. Who among the following is grandmother of P? an immediate neighbour of the person who
A. Q B. E likes France, who in turn faces the immediate
C. A D. B neighbour of the person who likes Japan.
E. None of these There are two persons between the person
who likes Pakistan and the person who likes
Directions (14-15): Study the following US. Rahul does not like Pakistan. Rupali does
information and answer the questions. not like England.

Rahul starts walking from point R, which is 16 16. Amit likes which of the following Country?
m to the west of point T. From point R, he A. China B. India
walks 20 m to the south, takes a right turn and C. Pakistan D. US
then walks for 10 m. He then takes a right E. None of these
turn, walks for 6 m and stops at point C.
17. Who likes England?
Gaurav starts walking from point A, which is 8
A. Priyanka B. Neelam
m to the south of point T. From point A, he
walks 10 m to the east, takes a right turn and C. Gaurav D. Raju
walks for 6 m. He then takes a right turn and E. None of these
walks for 26 m and stops at point B. 18. India is related to 'Pakistan' in a certain way,
14. In which direction is Rahul with respect to based on their seating positions. Then Canada
Gaurav? is related to whom, following the same seating
A. West B. East positions?
C. South D. North A. England B. France
E. None of these C. Australia D. Russia
15. What is the distance between point C and Point E. China
B? 19. Four of the following five are alike in a certain
A. 10 m B. 20 m way based on the given arrangement and so
form a group. Which is the one that does not
C. 15 m D. 12 m
belong to that group?
E. None of these
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A. Japan B. Pakistan Directions (26-30): Study the following


C. Canada D. China information carefully and answer the given
E. Russia questions.
20. Which of the following statements is/are A group of seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and
definitely false? G has four boys and three girls. Each of them
A. Rahul likes US has a different type of laptop, viz Acer, Dell,
B. There are two persons sitting between the Apple, Vaio, Lenovo, Samsung and Asus, and
person who likes Russia and the person each of them has passed out from a different
who likes France college - Bharti College, Aryabhatta College,
C. The person who likes Australia faces the Gargi College, Hindu College, Kalindi College,
person who likes England Maitreyi College and Rajdhani College but not
D. The person who likes France sits opposite necessarily in the same order. None of the
the person who likes India females has Asus or Samsung. C has Apple
E. All are true and she has passed out from Gargi College. A
has passed out from Bharti College. B does not
Directions (21-25): Study the following have Vaio. E has Lenovo and has passed out
information carefully and answer the questions from Kalindi College. F has Samsung and has
given below: not studied in Aryabhatta College. G has Asus
and has studied in Rajdhani College. The one
A company deputed eight of its members J, K,
who has Vaio has passed out from Hindu
L, M, N, O, P and Q in different districts, viz
College. The one who has Dell has studied in
Jamui, Munger, Bhagalpur, Gaya, Nawada,
Aryabhatta College. None of the girl students
Dhanbad, Deoghar and Bokaro for marketing
has studied either in Bharti College or in
three different products X, Y and Z, but not
Kalindi College.
necessarily in the same order. Each product
must be marketed in at least two districts. 26. Which of the following laptops does D have?
Also, each product must not be marketed in A. Asus B. Vaio
more than three districts. K goes to Munger for C. Dell D. Apple
marketing product Y. N goes to Bhagalpur for E. None of these
marketing product Z. M does not go to Nawada 27. Which of the following combinations is true?
or Gaya but does marketing of the same A. C-Apple-Gargi-Girl
product as P, who goes to Deoghar. Q goes to B. A-Acer-Kalindi-Boy
Dhanbad for marketing product Z. The same C. G-Dell-Aryabhatta-Girl
product is marketed in Nawada and Munger. M D. E-Lenovo-Kalindi-Girl
and O are marketing the same products. J
E. None of these
goes to Bokaro for marketing product Z.
28. Which of the following groups has only girls
21. Which of the following groups goes for
students?
marketing product X?
A. FDB B. ECG
A. L, O, M B. P, M, O
C. CDB D. DAB
C. O, P, Q D. J, Q, N
E. None of these
E. None of these
29. The one who has Samsung has passed out
22. M goes to which of the following districts?
from which of the following colleges?
A. Jamui B. Deoghar
A. Kalindi B. Gargi
C. Gaya D. Cant be determined
C. Bharti D. Maitreyi
E. None of these
E. Can't be determined
23. Who among the following goes to Nawada?
30. From which of the following colleges did E pass
A. N B. M out?
C. L D. O A. Rajdhani B. Kalindi
E. None of these C. Maitreyi D. Can't be determined
24. Which of the following groups goes for E. None of these
marketing product Y?
A. K, L B. M, Q, K Directions (31-33): Study the following
C. L, O D. K, Q, L information to answer these questions
E. None of these A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D
25. Which of the following combinations is true? and E, each having a different weight.
A. K Munger Z B. N Dhanbad Z I. A weighs twice as much as B
C. M Jamui X D. O Nawada X II. B weighs four and a half times as much as
C
E. None of these
III. C weighs half as much as D
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IV. D weighs half as much as E E. None of these


V. E weighs less than A, but more than C 34. Which of the following represents the
31. Which of the following is the lightest in weight? descending order of weights of the articles?
A. A B. B A. E, C, D, A, B B. C, A, D, B, E
C. C D. D C. B, D, E, A, C D. A, B, E, D, C
E. None of these E. None of these
32. E is heavier than which of the following two 35. How many such pairs of letters are there in the
articles? word CHARIOT, each of which has as many
A. D, B B. D, C letters between them in the word as in the
C. A, C D. A, B English alphabetical?
E. None of these A. None B. One
33. Which of the following articles is the heaviest C. Two D. Three
in weight? E. More than three
A. A B. B
C. C D. D

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