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Question Paper (Predicted Pattern 2018)


English While technology firms such as Google,
Facebook and Amazon have distinctive
Comprehension starts: businesses, the one thing they have in
common, apart from being tech-driven
As one of the world’s largest data
platforms, is that they have a wide user
consumers, media consumption habits
base that puts them in a position to
of Indians have changed. While
control and manage content delivered
traditional TV-based family viewing is
through their platforms. Further,
still strong, we are moving to an
according to the “KPMG Media And
individualistic, more personalised
Entertainment Report 2018”, nearly
entertainment experience through
80% of the people in major Indian cities
video-on-demand (VoD) platforms and
are consuming news over social media
mobile screens. Even as technology and
platforms. Therefore, to tap into the
telecom companies have started looking
huge potential of digital media
at content creation and distribution
consumption, these firms are investing
seriously, broadcasters and production
heavily, not just in content distribution
houses recognise the need to reach
but also original content creation. For
consumers directly through their own
instance, according to the report,
digital platforms, instead of relaying
Amazon has committed $300 million to
content through intermediaries. This
the development of original video
essentially means that technology,
content for the Indian market. Similarly,
media and telecom (TMT) players are
Facebook has reportedly started testing
not only competing but also partnering
its dedicated video platform, “Watch”, in
with each other.
India, and the company also expressed

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a strong emphasis on acquiring sports manage transactions in a transparent
properties in the country with its manner. Monetisation, though, has been
massive but unsuccessful bid of $600 tricky in these early stages of
million for the digital rights of the development with players primarily
Indian Premier League (IPL). Moreover, adopting one of the three models--
Google is also planning to introduce freemium (paid access to premium
original video content in India to take on content with the rest of it free), purely
the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Hotstar. subscription-based and purely
advertisement-driven.
With the introduction of digital
platforms, broadcasters and content Telecom companies, which provide the
creators have established a direct entire digital infrastructure, have been
connection with consumers, gaining looking to capitalise on their own
access to crucial consumer behaviour network and not just act as a ‘dumb
data while also generating a direct pipe’. They are betting on content to
revenue stream. The success of over-the- push data usage on their networks,
top (OTT) video platforms depends while also differentiating their offerings
primarily on the depth and quality of from other telecom players. This need
content, effective distribution and for differentiation through content arose
robust monetisation models. To win on in the wake of commoditisation of voice
the content and distribution front, services over the past several years. To
media companies are using various support the consumption of data,
technologies and concepts such as Big telecom operators are increasingly
Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and looking at content as a differentiator—
Blockchain--aiming to predict and both in terms of customer acquisition as
create content that consumers want, well as retention.
personalise it as per their preferences,
It would be safe to conclude that
optimise the streaming to provide a
business models around standalone
seamless user experience, and also
product offerings—whether these are
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prime time shows on traditional TV, c) Blockchain
voice and data packs from a telecom
d) 1 and 2
operator, or the ability to stay connected
on a social media-based tech e) 1, 2 and 3
application—may not remain relevant in
Q3. Consider the following statements.
isolation in the future. It is the war of
Which one/ones of these are incorrect?
ecosystems that is likely to pan out in
the TMT space, and the leaders would A. Video-on-demand (VoD) platforms
most likely be organisations that are offer personalised entertainment
able to smoothly merge these traditional experience.

business models, and ensure customer B. The success of over-the-top (OTT)


stickiness on their ecosystems. video platforms depends on the depth
Q1. Which of the following is NOT a and quality of content.
digital media platform in India? C. Google has reportedly started testing
a) Netflix its dedicated video platform, “Watch”, in
India.
b) Amazon
a) Only C
c) Indian Premier League
b) Only B
d) Hotstar

e) Watch c) Both A and B

Q2. Which of the following technologies d) Both B and C


are employed by companies in order to
e) A, B and C
create consumer focused content?
Q4. Which of the following options
a) Big Data
appropriately describes the tone of the
b) Artificial Intelligence passage?

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a) It is a critical analysis of the TMT b) The future might witness a war
space in India between telecom, media and technology
ecosystems
b) It is a statistical analysis of the digital
media sector c) The future of telecom media and
technology firms may remain in
c) It is an analysis of the current trends
isolation
in the digital media space
d) TMT organisations may not be able to
d) It is an opinionated article on content
ensure consumer retention in the future
generation
e) Insufficient information
e) None of the above
Q7. What is the common factor among
Q5. What are the three popular models
companies like Google, Facebook and
of monetising digital media platforms?
Amazon?
a) Premium platforms
a) They are technologically driven
b) Advertisement driven platforms platforms

c) Purely subscription based platforms b) They have a wide user base

d) All of the above c) They can control content delivered


through their platforms
e) Insufficient information
d) 1 and 2 only
Q6. Which of the following conclusions
can we draw from the passage? e) 1, 2 and 3

a) The future of media companies may Q8. Why are telecom companies
focus on standalone product offerings interested in content creation?

a) They wish to create a better digital


ecosystem

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b) They wish to increase data usage on B. Nearly 80% of the people in Indian
their networks cities read news on social media.

c) They wish to increase content C. Digital media platforms are not


differentiation necessarily looking to monetise their
content.
d) They wish to engage in competition
with media companies a) Only A

e) None of the above b) Only B

Q9. In which of the following ways can c) Both A and B

technologies like Big Data and A.I. help d) Both B and C


media companies?
e) A, B and C
a) To predict and create consumer
oriented content Comprehension End:

b) Personalisation of products as per Q11. In the question given below, a

consumer preferences sentence is divided into three


parts, viz, I, II and III. For each of
c) Providing a seamless user experience these parts, a correct sentence is

d) Managing transactions in a also given. You have to determine

transparent manner which part/s require a correction


and mark that as the answer.
e) All of the above
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan are one of / the
Q10. Consider the following statements. most celebrated names in / the field of
Which one/ones of these are correct? Hindustani classical music.

A. Telecom companies wish to act as a I. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan is one of


‘dumb pipe’.
II. the most celebrated name in

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III. the field from Hindustani classical c) Both II and III
music
d) Only II
a) Both I and II
e) Both I and III
b) Only III
Q13. In the question given below, a
c) Both II and III sentence is divided into three
parts, viz, I, II and III. For each of
d) Only I
these parts, a correct sentence is
e) Both I and III also given. You have to determine
which part/s require a correction
Q12. In the question given below, a
and mark that as the answer.
sentence is divided into three
parts, viz, I, II and III. For each of After dancing all night, / the girls were
these parts, a correct sentence is to tired and wanted to / gone to sleep
also given. You have to determine right away.
which part/s require a correction
I. After dancing all night
and mark that as the answer.
II. the girls were too tired and wanted to
The proprietor of the lodge was a /
stocky old man who perpetual smelled / III. go to sleep right away

like cigarettes and cheap perfume. a) Both I and III

I. The proprietor of the lodge was a b) Only III


II. stocky old man who perpetually
c) Both II and III
smelled
d) Only I
III. liked cigarettes and cheap perfume.
e) Both I and II
a) Both I and II
Q14. In the question given below, a
b) Only III
sentence is divided into three
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parts, viz, I, II and III. For each of The committee was established on order
these parts, a correct sentence is / to maintain proper records of the
also given. You have to determine financial / transactions that were
which part/s require a correction undertaken on a given year.
and mark that as the answer.
I. The committee was established in
The matron of the ladies hostel was / a order
very peculiar character who/ was to
II. for maintain proper records of the
feared by everyone on the campus.
financial
I. The matron of the ladies hostel were
III. transactions that were undertaken in
II. a very peculiar characters who a given year

III. was feared by everyone on the a) Both I and III


campus
b) Only III
a) Both I and III
c) Only I
b) Both I and II d) Both I and II

c) Both II and III e) Both II and III

d) Only III Q16. The following question


consists of a sentence(s) with one
e) Only I
blank only. You are given six
Q15. In the question given below, a words as answer choices and from
sentence is divided into three the six choices, you have to pick up
parts, viz, I, II and III. For each of two correct answers either of
these parts, a correct sentence is which will make the sentence
also given. You have to determine meaningfully complete.
which part/s require a correction
and mark that as the answer.
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A masquerade party _________ are important as they keep
was ___________ as the subsequent us moving in life and when few remain
after party which had a clause of unachieved, we need to accept it as
restricted entry. being okay.

A. Contrived A. Reprimands

B. Probed B. Aversions

C. Devised C. Negating

D. Upheld D. Aspirations

E. Treasured E. Drives

F. Dawned F. Propaganda

a) A-B a) A-B

b) B-E b) D-E

c) C-D c) C-F
d) A-C
d) C-E
e) D-E
e) A-F
Q17. The following question
Q18. The following question
consists of a sentence(s) with one
consists of a sentence(s) with one
blank only. You are given six
blank only. You are given six
words as answer choices and from
words as answer choices and from
the six choices, you have to pick up
the six choices, you have to pick up
two correct answers either of
two correct answers either of
which will make the sentence
which will make the sentence
meaningfully complete.
meaningfully complete.

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The transgender representatives came Each time someone _________
up to the meeting and seeing people against the military, they were shut
welcome them instead of _________ down with violence and no one came up
away, was the win for the day. to report it.

A. Feign A. Berated

B. Wincing B. Held

C. Derail C. Revolted

D. Nodding D. Fumed

E. Parading E. Rose

F. Cringing F. Forced

a) A-C a) C-E

b) D-E b) A-F

c) B-F c) B-C

d) D-F d) D-F

e) A-B e) A-E

Q19. The following question Q20. The following question


consists of a sentence(s) with one consists of a sentence(s) with one
blank only. You are given six blank only. You are given six
words as answer choices and from words as answer choices and from
the six choices, you have to pick up the six choices, you have to pick up
two correct answers either of two correct answers either of
which will make the sentence which will make the sentence
meaningfully complete. meaningfully complete.
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Constant pressure on her to adhere to in the context of the passage, and
the family norms as she watched her mark the corresponding answer.
brother visibly go against all of them
The unprecedented deluge in Kerala
made her stand up against this
unleashed by heavy rain, overflowing
_________ system.
rivers, brimming dams and massive
A. Skewed landslides have overwhelmed the state
government and rescue agencies, as they
B. Archaic
struggle to make a complete assessment
C. Muddled of the devastation. More than 160
D. Improbable people have died since August 8, and
several are missing. The state
E. Sagacious
government faces the challenging task of
F. Negligent rescuing people who are ___(A)___ in

a) E-F far-flung houses in several districts and


providing them food and water until the
b) C-D
teams get to them. A ___(B)___ in

c) C-E rainfall has aided the relief efforts, but


as Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan
d) A-F
acknowledged, it will take a major effort,
e) A-B using a combination of boats and
aircraft from the Air Force, the Navy and
Comprehension starts:
the Coast Guard and legions of rescue
Below, a passage is given with five personnel, to get all the stranded people
blanks labelled (A)-(E). Below the to safety. The reduction in rainfall
passage, five options are given for should help the National Disaster
each blank. Choose the word that Response Force intensify its efforts to
fits each blank most appropriately reach those who are stranded. In fact,
disaster management units in other

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states too should assist those working on Hopefully, the worst is over. With full
the ground to deal with Kerala’s dams and overflowing rivers, Kerala
___(C)___ floods; apart from helping, desperately needs a ___(E)___ shift in
they will gain valuable experience as the weather to be able to cope with a
well. Going forward, the task of disaster on a scale it has never seen
reconstruction will have to be before. It needs all the support it can
addressed, covering public buildings, get.
residential homes, roads and other
Q21. Which of these words
infrastructure. A subsidised housing
appropriately fits blank labelled (E)?
programme might be needed in the
worst-hit areas, with tax breaks offered a) Inundated

to residents. b) Agile
There is an ___(D)___ of goodwill and
c) Benign
support from across the country and
even abroad, and the state government d) Bolstering
has acted quickly to make online
e) Assiduous
contributions to the Chief Minister’s
Distress Relief Fund possible through a Q22. Which of these words

dedicated portal. Liberal donations will appropriately fits blank labelled (D)?

help the government in large-scale relief


a) Outpouring
and post-flood rehabilitation initiatives.
Support groups from neighbouring b) Cascading

states such as Tamil Nadu and c) Astounding


Karnataka have begun sending relief
material, although the disruption to d) Myriad

road connectivity has left a lot of it e) Enumerate


stranded at the inter-State borders.

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Q23. Which of these words e) Mourned
appropriately fits blank labelled (C)?
Comprehension End:
a) Catastrophic
Comprehension Start:
b) Catastrophe
The following sentences form a
c) Tragedy paragraph. The first and last
sentence is given. The rest of the
d) Devastated
sentences are numbered as A, B, C,
e) Diabolic D and E. These five parts are not
given in their proper order. Read
Q24. Which of these words
the sentences and choose the
appropriately fits blank labelled (B)?
alternative that arranges them in a
a) Hindrance correct order.

b) Benevolent 1. Scientific attitude is the ability


to think and analyse our
c) Serenity
surrounding with empirically
d) Respite tested methods and theories.

e) Allure A. Also, it includes discerning hidden


values and thoroughly appraising
Q25. Which of these words
proposed conclusions.
appropriately fits blank labelled (A)?
B. Critical thinking attempts to
a) Inaccessible investigate assumptions and evidence.

b) Marooned C. Both are ways to objectively clear our


biases.
c) Captured
D. It serves us by enabling us to think
d) Canoed
smarter in situations.

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E. A similar concept is critical thinking, b) B
which in brief means thinking smart.
c) C
7. These concepts are driven by
d) D
science that enables us to gain a
better vision of our environment. e) E

Q26. Which of the following should be Q29. Which of the following should be
the SIXTH after rearrangement? the FIFTH after rearrangement?
a) A
a) A
b) B
b) B
c) C
c) C
d) D
d) D
e) E
e) E
Q27. Which of the following should be
the THIRD after rearrangement? Q30. Which of the following should be
the SECOND after rearrangement?
a) A
a) A
b) B
b) B
c) C
c) C
d) D
d) D
e) E
e) E
Q28. Which of the following should be
the FOURTH after rearrangement?

a) A
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Quant b) 5 ∶ 14

Q31. Which of the following is sixth to c) 14 ∶ 5

the left of the twenty-seventh element d) 11 ∶ 6


from the left end of the above e) None of the above
arrangement? Q34. In a family of 4 females and few
a) Rs. 8500 males, the average monthly
b) Rs. 7500 consumption of rice per head is 12kg. If

c) Rs. 6000 the average monthly consumption per


head is 10 kg for females and 16 kg for
d) Rs. 7000
males, find the number of males in the
e) Rs. 5400
family
Q32. The number of employees in the
a) 8
office decreased in the ratio of 7 ∶ 6. If
b) 2
their average age increased in the ratio
of 21 ∶ 22. Find the ratio of the c) 4

summation of ages before and after. d) 6

a) 41 ∶ 39 e) data inadequate

b) 41 ∶ 51

c) 49 ∶ 42 Q35. A sold an article at a loss of 24% to


B, B sold this article to C at a loss of
d) 44 ∶ 49
10%. C bought it from B at a price of Rs.
e) None of the above
16,416. If A would sell the article for a
Q33. Two types of rice, type 1 for Rs. price of Rs. 20,400 then what would be
109 per kg and type 2 for Rs. 63 per kg is the percentage of loss or profit earned
mixed. This mixture is sold at a price of by A?
Rs. 72 per kg where shopkeeper has a
a) Loss 14%
loss of 4%. What is their ratio?
b) Profit 14%
a) 6 ∶ 17
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c) No profit no loss Q38. What approximate value should

d) Loss 15% come in place of question mark (?) in


the following question? (You do not
e) Profit 15%
have to calculate the exact value.)
Q36. What approximate value should
come in place of question mark (?) in (10.097)2 + (3.98)3 × 5.05 = 20.95 × ?
the following question? (You do not a) 13
have to calculate the exact value.)
b) 20
869.945 + (10.041)2 × 65.012 - 3451.987 c) 27
- (14.985)3 =?
d) 42
a) 451 e) 35
b) 578 Q39. What approximate value should
c) 645 come in place of question mark (?) in

d) 543 the following question? (You do not


have to calculate the exact value.)
e) 351

Q37. What approximate value should (1050.02 ÷ 34.98 + 187 × 20.02) ÷ 12.95
come in place of question mark (?) in =?
the following question? (You do not a) 205
have to calculate the exact value.)
b) 290
9.897% of 4331 + 29.779% of 2501 = ? c) 315

a) 2680 d) 246

b) 2180 e) 213

c) 1880 Q40. What approximate value should

d) 1180 come in place of question mark (?) in


the following question? (You do not
e) 1580
have to calculate the exact value.)
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49.984% of 5085.875 - 3 ÷ 7 × 902.897 Q41. The difference in percentage of
=? boys in piano class with respect to the
total students in flute class and girls in
a) 2156
flute class with respect to total students
b) 2354
in cello class is :
c) 2984
a) 752
d) 2465
b) 551
e) 2025
c) 445
Comprehension Start:
d) 390
Directions for Q41 to 45: Study the
paragraph and answer the question that e) None of the above
follows. Q42. The sum of boys in flute and girls
In a music school, the total number of in oboe are:
students attending is 2550. Each student a) 561
attends only one class. The ratio of boys
b) 782
and girls is 204 ∶ 221. There are four
departments in school - Piano, Flute, c) 894
Oboe and Cello department. There are
d) 915
356 boys in piano class and the number
e) None of the above
of girls is one-fourth of the number of
boys. Out of all the students 28% are Q43. The ratio of boys in flute class and
from flute class, where the ratio of boys boys in oboe class to girls in cello class
and girls is 42 ∶ 77. Out of the total girls and boys in cello class is:
in the school, 50% are in oboe class, and
a) 107 ∶ 89
out of the total boys in school, 25% are
from cello class. b) 256 ∶ 211

c) 341 : 235

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d) 281 ∶ 234 number of students in the class if 25
girls get the scholarship.
e) None of the above
a) 90
Q44. The number of boys in cello is
what percentage of number of students b) 40
in oboe and piano?
c) 50
a) 17.12%
d) 55
b) 18.65%
e) 45
c) 21.58%
Q47. The average speed of an eight-
d) 24.78% hour journey is 75 km/hr. 120 km is
covered by car and the rest by train. The
e) None of the above
journey on car lasts for 3 hours. What is
Q45. The difference in percentage of the difference between the speed of the
boys in piano class with respect to the train and that of the car?
total students in flute class and girls in
a) 40 km/hr
flute class with respect to total students
in cello class is : b) 50 km/hr

a) 52.63% c) 56 km/hr

b) 48.33% d) 72 km/hr

d) 56.67% e) 96 km/hr

e) 60.67% Q48. P and Q can do a piece of work in


20 days and 12 days respectively. P
f) None of the above
started the work alone and then after 4
Q46. The ratio of boys and girls in the days Q joined him till the completion of
school is 4 : 5. 30% boys and 50% girls the work. How long did the work last?
get the scholarship. Find the total
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a) 5 days d) 5700 m2

b) 10 days e) None of these

c) 8 days Q51. What will come in place of

d) 7 days question mark ‘?’ in the following


question?
e) None of these

Q49. Two trains running at 72 km/hr 88% of 175 + 6% of 600 = ?% of 75 +


and 54 km/hr cross each other in 10 16% of 500 + 86
seconds when they run in opposite a) 30
direction. When they run in same b) 17
direction, the first train crosses the
c) 32
second in 45 seconds. Find the
d) 18
difference in length of two trains.
e) 42
a) 50 m
Q52. What will come in place of
b) 100 m
question mark ‘?’ in the following
c) 250 m
question?
d) 400 m
444 ÷ 2 – 28% of 175 = ?% of 1200 –
e) 500 m
27% of 400 – 31
Q50. Length and breadth of a
a) 20
rectangular field is 130 m and 90 m,
b) 26
respectively. Inside it, a road of uniform
width 15 m is left on all the sides. In the c) 18

remaining part, a park is made. What is d) 17


the area of the road? e) 22
a) 5500 m2 Q53. What will come in place of
b) 5800 m2 question mark ‘?’ in the following

c) 5600 m2 question?

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981 ÷ 9 × 4 + 144 = 21 × 28 – ? Q56. In the following question two

a) 12 equations are given in variables x and y.


You have to solve these equations and
b) 7
determine relation between x and y.
c) 18
I. 3x2 – 13x + 14 = 0
d) 11

e) 8 II. 2y2 – 3y – 2 = 0

Q54. What will come in place of a) x > y


question mark ‘?’ in the following b) x < y
question? c) x ≥ y
(1142 ÷ 2) + 189 – 66 × 8 = 33 × ? + 100 d) x ≤ y
a) 2 e) x = y or relation cannot be established
b) 7 Q57. In the following question two
c) 9 equations are given in variables x and y.
You have to solve these equations and
d) 4
determine relation between x and y.
e) 8
I. 2x2 + 3x - 2 = 0
Q55. What will come in place of
question mark '?' in the following II. 2y2 - 17y + 30 = 0
question? a) x > y
12960.13 × 12960.12 = ? b) x < y
a) 6 c) x ≥ y
b) -6 d) x ≤ y
c) 12 e) x = y or relation cannot be established
d) 24 Q58. In the following question two
e) 18 equations are given in variables x and y.

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You have to solve these equations and You have to solve these equations and
determine relation between x and y. determine relation between x and y.

I. 49x2 – 84x + 36 = 0 I. x2 – 26x – 192 = 0

II. 25y2 – 30y + 9 = 0 II. y2 – 31y – 102 = 0

a) x < y a) x < y

b) x > y b) x > y

c) x = y or the relationship cannot be c) x = y or the relationship cannot be

determined determined

d) x ≥ y d) x ≥ y

e) x ≤ y e) x ≤ y

Q59. In the following question two Q61. What should come in place of

equations are given in variables x and y. question mark ‘?’ in the following

You have to solve these equations and number series?

determine relation between x and y. 16, 16, 40, 160, 880, ?

I. x2 – 6x = 7 a) 7480

II. 2y2 + 13y + 15 = 0 b) 6160

a) x < y c) 4400

b) x > y d) 5720

c) x = y or relationship cannot be e) 6600

determined Q62. What should come in place of

d) x ≥ y question mark ‘?’ in the following


number series?
e) x ≤ y

Q60. In the following question two 2, 4, 16, 86, 610, ?

equations are given in variables x and y. a) 5498

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b) 4889 Q65. What should come in place of

c) 5500 question mark ‘?’ in the following


number series?
d) 6722

e) 5550 24, 10, ?, 10, 18, 43

Q63. What should come in place of a) 6


question mark ‘?’ in the following b) 12
number series? c) 8
113, 130, 164, 215, ?, 368 d) 5

a) 293 e) 10

b) 273 Logical Reasoning


c) 283 Comprehension Start
d) 327 Directions 66 to 69: Study the
e) 382 following information carefully to

Q64. What should come in place of answer the given questions:

question mark ‘?’ in the following N6&FK~GU7S#A8ZT*EWP5


number series? B€X@JZH4I^3VO2C

6, 9, 21, 66, 267, ? Q66. Which of the following is sixth to


the left of the twenty-seventh element
a) 1346
from the left end of the above
b) 1335
arrangement?
c) 1345
a) €
d) 1338
b) B
e) 1233
c) 5

d) 0

e) None of these
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Q67. How many such symbols are there c) E*P
in the above arrangement each of which d) €B@
is immediately preceded by a number
e) 4HZ
and followed by an alphabet?
Comprehension End
a) None
Comprehension Start
b) Two
Directions 70 to 71: Study the
c) One
following information to answer the
d) Three given questions:
e) More than three
In a certain code,
Q68. How many such consonants are
‘colors of the sky’ is written as ‘ki la fa
there in the above arrangement each of
so’,
which is immediately followed by a
vowel but not immediately preceded by ‘rainbow colours’ is written as ‘ro ki’,
a symbol? ‘sky high rocket’ is written as ‘la pe jo’
a) None and
b) Two
‘the rocket world’ is written as ‘pe so ne’.
c) One
Q70. Which of the following is the code
d) Three
for ‘high’?
e) More than three
a) Only ja
Q69. Four of the following five are alike
in a certain way based on their positions
b) Only jo
in the above arrangement and so form a
group. Which is the one that does not c) Either la or jo
belong to that group?
d) Only ro
a) ~KU

b) A#Z e) None of these

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Q71. How can ‘bird of the rainbow sky’ colour and the box which is of White
be written in this code? colour. The box which is placed at the
top has number of balls which is perfect
a) fa la tu ki jo
square of even number. Box having 12
balls is immediately below the box
b) fa so pe la ro
having 4 balls. Sum of balls in box A and
c) jo fa ro la tu box C is 24. Box F is placed immediately
above the box D. Difference of balls in
d) so ro fa tu la box C and box F is 8. There are two
boxes between box E and box A and
e) ki la fa tu ro
both of them have number of balls
Comprehension End which is a perfect square.
Comprehension Start Difference of balls in box E and box G is
Direction 72 to 75: Study the 5. There are two boxes placed between
following information carefully and the box which is of Purple colour and
answer the questions given below. Yellow colour. Box which is of Black
colour is placed immediately below
There are seven boxes A, B, C, D, E, F
Yellow colour box.
and G. They are kept one above the
other. They are of different colour i.e. Q72. How many balls does Purple
Purple, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, White colour box contain?
and Black. They all contain different
a) 6
number of balls i.e. 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15 and
16.There are three boxes between the b) 11
box D and box G. Box D is of Red colour.
Box White is placed immediately below c) 16
the Red colour box. There are four boxes
d) 15
placed between the box which is of Blue

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e) 7 with the inverse of the word
‘APTITUDE’. Then find the letter which
Q73. What is the colour of box C?
appears 7th to the right of the vowel
a) Black
which appears nearest to the letter
b) yellow which is 12th to the left of the vowel
c) Blue nearest to the right end.
d) Green a) E
e) Purple b) B
Q74. Which box is placed immediately c) D
above box A? d) O
a) G e) T
b) C Q77. Which number would replace the
c) B question mark in the series?
d) D 60, 40, 54, ?, 48, 24, 42, 16.
e) E
a) 26
Q75. Which box is placed immediately
b) 28
above green box?
c) 36
a) Yellow
d) 32
b) Red
e) 33
c) Blue Comprehension Start
d) Black Directions 78 to 79: Study the

e) Purple information given below carefully and


answer the questions that follow.
Comprehension End

Q76. Let us suppose the word In a school, the auditorium is 300m

‘MEETBOOK’ has been concatenated north from the Principal’s office. The

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Principal’s office is between the a) Son
classroom and the playground. The b) Sister
washroom is located 100m in the west
c) Nephew or Neice
from the auditorium. The playground is
d) Brother
to the south of the washroom.
e) Mother
Q78. The playground lies in which
direction from the classroom? Comprehension StartDirections 81
to 85: Study the following information
a) North
carefully and answer the questions
b) West
following it.
c) North-West
A family has 9 members A, B, C, D, E, F,
d) East G, H & I and they are sitting in a row
e) South-East facing north. There are 2 couples in the

Q79. If the classroom is 500m away family. H who has 2 sons and 1 daughter

from the Principal’s office, what is the is sitting third to the right of C. A is

distance between the classroom and the sitting immediate left of his wife C.

playground? Members at both the extreme ends are


children of B. B is sitting immediate
a) 300 m
right of his wife H. The daughters G and
b) 700 m
I are sitting with their respective fathers.
c) 800 m D who is brother-in-law of A is sitting in
d) 500 m the middle of the row and second to the
e) 600 m right of A. E is sitting immediate right of

Comprehension End his maternal uncle D. I who is


granddaughter of H is not sitting at any
Q80. D is the mother of E and F, E is
of the extreme ends.
the mother of G and G is the sister of H.
How is H be related to F? Q81. Who is sitting second to the left of
G?
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a) A Q85. If D is replaced with his sister then

b) B what will be the position of H with


respect to her daughter-in-law?
c) H
a) Third to the left
d) I
b) Second to the right
e) None of these
c) Third to the right
Q82. How is E related to F?
d) Fourth to the left
a) Niece
e) Cannot be determined.
b) Son
Comprehension End
c) Daughter
Comprehension Start
d) Nephew
Directions 86 to 87: Read the
e) Cannot be determined
following information and answer the
Q83. Who is sitting third to the right of
questions given below it.
I’s mother?
If ranks of five Boys A, B, C, D and E are
a) H
arranged in ascending order of their
b) G
weight (Rank 1 is heaviest, and Rank 5 is
c) B
lightest), A is second and C is third.
d) E When they are arranged in the
e) Can’t be determined ascending order of their height (Rank 1

Q84. What is the position of A’s brother is tallest, and Rank 5 is smallest), B

with respect to E’s mother? takes place of C and C takes place of E.


D’s position remains the same in both
a) Fourth to the left
the arrangements. E is heavier than A. A
b) Second to the left
is smallest among all.
c) Third to the right
Q86. Who is the lightest among all?
d) Third to the left
a) A
e) Cannot be determined
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b) B c) Either I or II follows

c) C d) Neither I nor II follows

d) D e) Both I and II follow

e) E Q89. Directions: In the following

Q87. Who is the tallest among all? question assuming the given statements
to be true, find which of the conclusion
a) A
among given conclusions is /are
b) B
definitely true and then give your
c) C answers accordingly.
d) D
Statements:
e) E
A > T ≥ R; L ≥ M > N; T = N < S
Comprehension End
Conclusions
Q88. Directions: In the following
question assuming the given statements I. A > R
to be true, find which of the conclusion
II. L = R
among given conclusions is /are
definitely true and then give your III. S < M

answers accordingly.
a) Only III is true
Statements:
b) Only I is true
B ≥ L > W = Q; W > S; T < L

Conclusions: c) Both II and III are true

I. T < Q d) Both I and III are true

II. B = S
e) None is true
a) Only I follows

b) Only II follows
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Q90. Directions: In the following conclusions logically follow(s) from the
question assuming the given statements given statements.
to be true, find which of the conclusion
Statements:
among given conclusions is/are
definitely true and then give your Some purse are bags.

answers accordingly. No bag is handle.

Statements: U = E > N, Y ≤ Z < C, U > Conclusions:


Y=S
I. No purse is handle.
Conclusions:
II. Some purse are handle.
I. Y > N
a) Only I follows
II. E > S b) Only II follows
a) Both I and II follow c) Both I and II follow
b) Only II follows d) Either I or II follow
c) Only I follows e) None follows
d) Either I or II follows Q92. Direction: In the question below
e) Neither I nor II follows are given three statements followed by

Q91. Directions: In the question three conclusions numbered I, II and

below, there are two statements III. You have to take the given

followed by two conclusions numbered I statements to be true even if they seem

and II. to be at variance from commonly known


facts. Read all the conclusions and then
decide which of the given conclusions
You have to take the given statements to logically follows from the given
be true even if they seem to be at statements disregarding commonly
variance with commonly known facts known facts.
and then decide which of the given
Statements:
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All benches are trees. i) C who is 37 years old, sits third to the
left of D(40 years old) and both are
Some trees are wood.
facing the center.
All wood are plant.
ii) The one who is 45 years old is neither
Conclusion: an immediate neighbor of D nor C.
I. Some plant are benches. iii) The one who is 33 years old is sitting
II. Some plant are trees. exactly between D and F(36 years old) is
facing the center.
III. Some wood are benches.

a) Only I follows iv) G, 34 years old, sits third to the left of


A (33 years old) and G is facing opposite
b) Both II and III follow
to the center.
c) Only III follows
v) One of the B’s (42 years old)
d) Only II follows
neighbors is facing opposite to the
e) None of these
center.
Comprehension Start
Q93. Person who is 42 years old is
Directions 93 to : Study the following adjacent to
information carefully and answer the
a) E and 37 years old
given questions.
b) 40 years old and 45 years old
A, B, C, D, E, F and G enter a conference
c) E and F
room and get seated around a circular
d) C and F
table with different ages. Five are facing
towards the center and two are facing e) A and C

away from the center. The following is Q94. C is 2nd to the left of which
known about them. person?

a) F

b) 33 years old
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c) B e) 0

d) 37 years Comprehension End

e) None of these Q98. The question below consists of a

Q95. The person sitting to the right of question and two statements numbered

the person of age 45 years sits at which I and II. You have to decide whether the

position respective to 33 years old data provided in the statements are

person? sufficient to answer the question. Read


both the statements and give answer.
a) 3rd to the right

b) 4th to the left Five persons - Pawan, Bunty, Raman,


Suman, and Sonu are sitting in a row
c) 5th to the left
facing north. Who is sitting in the
d) 2nd to left
middle?
e) Immediate right
I. Only Bunty is between Sonu and
Q96. The person facing opposite to
Raman.
center is:
II. Only Suman is between Pawan and
a) G
Sonu.
b) 37 years old
a) The data in statement I alone is
c) 42 years old
sufficient to answer the question, while
d) None of these
the data in statement II alone is not
e) C
sufficient to answer the question.
Q97. How many people are sitting
b) The data in statement II alone is
between D and C (from right of C)?
sufficient to answer the question, while
a) 1 the data in statement I alone is not
b) 2 sufficient to answer the question.

c) 4

d) 5

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c) The data either in statement I alone b) The data in statement II alone are
or in statement II alone is sufficient to sufficient to answer the question, while
answer the question. the data in statement I alone are not

d) The data even in both statements I sufficient to answer the question.

and II together is not sufficient to c) The data either in statement I alone


answer the question. or in statement II alone are sufficient to

e) The data in both statements I and II answer the question.

together are necessary to answer the d) The data even in both statements I
question. and II together are not sufficient to

Q99. The question below consists of a answer the question.

question and two statements numbered e) The data in both statements I and II
I and II. You have to decide whether the together are necessary to answer the
data provided in the statements are question.
sufficient to answer the question. Read
both the statements and give answer.
Q100. The question below consists of a
What is Sunita’s rank from the top in the question and two statements numbered
class of 45 students? I and II. You have to decide whether the

I. Radha is 30th from the top and Neeta data provided in the statements are

is 4th from the top. sufficient to answer the question. Read


both the statements and give answer.
II. Sunita is exactly in the middle of
Radha & Neeta. Point A is towards which direction from
point B?
a) The data in statement I alone are
sufficient to answer the question, while I. If a person walks 4 m towards the

the data in statement II alone are not North from point A, he would reach

sufficient to answer the question. point C, which is 8 m away from point


B.

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II. Point D is 2 m towards the East of
point A and 4 m towards the West of
point B.

a) The data in statement I alone are


sufficient to answer the question, while
the data in statement II alone are not
sufficient to answer the question

b) 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

c) The data either in statement I alone


or in statement II alone are sufficient to
answer the question

d) The data even in both statements I


and II together are not sufficient to
answer the question

e) The data in both statements I and II


together are necessary to answer the
question

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