Reasoning Questions (Puzzles) – 10th February 2019

Reasoning Questions (Puzzles) – 10th February 2019

February 10, 2019 0 By Anonymous

Reasoning Questions – 10th February 2019

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Q.A.Direction(1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

Eight different students- Raju, Ramu, Ravi, Ramesh, Ritesh, Rakesh, Rajesh, and Rehman live in an apartment which has Eight floors numbered 1 to 8. The top floor is numbered as 8. They also got different Ranks from 1 to 8 in school. They are also having different Lucky numbers 1 to 8. Ramu’s Lucky number, Floor Number, and His rank are the same number. Except Ramu, all others are having unique Floor number, Lucky Number, and Rank(i.e., No two numbers will be same for a particular student).
Two persons live between Ritesh and one who got Rank 4. One person lives between Rakesh and Raju. Raju’s Rank and Rehman Floor number are same. Rajesh and Ravi live on consecutive floors. Ravi’s Rank and Rakesh’s Lucy number are same. Ramesh got better Rank than Ravi. Rajesh Lucky number and Ramesh Floor number are same. Ritesh Lucky number is 5. Students who got Rank 5 and Rank 6 live on consecutive floors. One who got Rank 5 is having Lucky number as 1. Sum of Rakesh’s Floor number and Lucky number is equal to his Rank. Rakesh lives on an Odd numbered floor but not on floor number 1. Rehman Floor number and Ravi’s Lucky number are same. Two persons live between Rehman and Rakesh. Rakesh Rank is same as Ritesh floor number. Rakesh Rank is an odd number.

  1. What is the rank of the student who is living on Floor no 4?
    1.3
    2.4
    3.5
    4.6
    5.7

  2. How many numbers of Students are living between Ramesh and Raju?
    1.One
    2.Two
    3.Three
    4.Four
    5.None

  3. In which of the following Floor is Rehman living?
    1.Four
    2.Five
    3.Six
    4.Seven
    5.Eight

  4. Who among the following is living on Floor no 5?
    1.Ramesh
    2.Rakesh
    3.Rajesh
    4.Ritesh
    5.Ramu

  5. What is the Lucky number of Ramesh?
    1.One
    2.Two
    3.Three
    4.Four
    5.Five
    E. Other than those given as options





Q:B>(6-8) Study the following information carefully to answer the given question:

Seven friends, Avantika, Avani, Kamya, Kanika, Shreya, Geetika and Latika, study in different colleges X, Y and Z with at least two friends in each college. Each of them likes a different game viz Cricket, Table Tennis, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Kabaddi and Chess, but not necessarily in the same order.
Kamya studies in College Z and likes Chess. Geetika likes neither Table Tennis nor Kabaddi and studies in the same college as that of only Latika. Avani studies in the same college as that of Avantika but neither in College Z nor in College X.  Shreya does not study in college Z and he likes Hockey. The one who likes Cricket studies in College Z but that person is neither Latika nor Geetika. The one who likes Kabaddi studies neither in College Y nor in College Z. Avantika likes Football. The one who likes Table Tennis studies in the same colleges as the one who likes Hockey. The one who likes Basketball studies neither in College Y nor with the one who likes Cricket. Latika does not play Table Tennis.

6. In which of the following college do three friends study together?

(a) X
(b) Y
(c) Z
(d) Data inadequate
(e) None of these
7. Which of the following is Latika’s college?
(a) X
(b) Y
(c) Z
(d) Data inadequate
(e) None of these
8.  Who likes Table Tennis?
(a) Avantika
(b) Kanika
(c) Geetika
(d) Latika
(e) Avani
9. Which of the following games does Kanika like?
(a) Kabaddi
(b) Football
(c) Cricket
(d) Data inadequate
(e) None of these
10. Which of the following game does Geetika like?
(a) Table Tennis
(b) Hockey
(c) Kabaddi
(d) Cricket
(e) None of these




Q.C.:Directions (11-15): Statements and Arguments—

  1. Over 26 crore accounts have been opened under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana across the country now. The Scheme was launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August, 2014 with the objective of covering all households with at least one bank account.
    Which of the following will be an effect/advantages of the scheme launched by the central government ?
    1.It is helpful for the rural inhabitants where banking overhauls & further financial establishment are infrequently accessible.
    2.It would decrease the function of money lenders in the lives of deprived, who till now did not contain access to banking overhauls.
    3.It envisions a bank account & an ATM-facilitated RuPay debit card to a predictable 10 crore unbanked domestics in the kingdom.
    4.It is preparation on revolutionizing the customary banking system in India by giving that the banking occasion & insurance treatment to the entire counting the poor.
    5.All of these

  2. India will likely be able to roll out the goods and services tax (GST) from July 1 following a breakthrough on Monday over the seemingly intractable issue of tax administration after the Centre accommodated states’ concerns 
    Which of the following will be an impact of the given passage ?
    1.Revenue will get a boost
    2.Logistics, inventory costs will raise
    3.compliance costs will raise
    4.All 1, 2 and 3
    5.Both 1 and 3

  3. India and the UK have signed three Bilateral Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) in order to have a smooth tax regime between the two and reduce litigation arising out of transfer pricing issues.
    Which of the following will be an immediate effect of the Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) ?
    1.To have a smooth tax regime between the two countries
    2.To reduce litigation arising out of transfer pricing issues.
    3.Both 1 and 2
    4.Neither 1 or 2
    5.Either 1 or 2

  4. The state education department recently issued a government resolution (GR) asking all schools in Maharashtra to install CCTV cameras.
    Inferences:
    I.To curb the unwanted activities and it helps create self discipline
    II.It will enhance the school environment in the technical background
    1.Only I can be inferred
    2.Only II can be inferred
    3.Both I and II can be inferred
    4.Either I or II can be inferred
    5.Neither I or II can be inferred

  5. BSNL has launched its Customer Acquisition and Customer Communication Management (CACMS) project that digitalizes mission critical, customer centric business process to provide customer experience across all channels throughout the customer lifecycle.
    Which of the following will be an impact of the CACMS launched by BSNL ?
    1.To centralize the business processes to ensure faster service, accurate customer responses and customer delight.
    2.Customer onboarding is now being increased from hours to days
    3.Customer onboarding is now being decreased from days to hours
    4.Both 1 and 2
    5.Both 1 and 3





ANSWERS:

A: Solution

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

B:Solution 

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

C.Solution

  1. 5
    PMJDY scheme is a universal assignment for monetary addition to making sure access to economic services, specifically, Banking/ Savings & set down accounts, allowance, recognition, indemnity, retirement fund in an inexpensive manner.
  2. 1
    Input tax credit will encourage suppliers to pay taxes – States and Centre will have dual oversight – The number of tax-exempt goods will decline and Logistics, inventory costs & compliance costs will fall
  3. 3
    India and the UK have signed three Bilateral Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) in order to have a smooth tax regime between the two and reduce litigation arising out of transfer pricing issues.
  4. 1
    Installation of CCTV cameras in the school to protect students
  5. 5
    Customer Communication Management (CACMS) project will provide convenience of Aadhar based fast and efficient onboarding to the customers

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