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Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 1

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.

Owing to the lack of adequate ________ of childcare facilities, many women who wish to work are unable to do the same.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 1

The sentence talks about the difficulties faced by the women who want to work but cannot, because of the lack of childcare facilities.
‘Provision’, which means ‘financial or other arrangements for future eventualities or requirements’, is the correct fit to convey the required meaning.
Let's find out the meanings of the following words:-

  • Probability- The quality or state of being probable; the extent to which something is likely to happen or be the case.
  • Phenomenon- A fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, especially one whose cause or explanation is in question.
  • Consequence- A result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.
  • Contingency- A future event or circumstance which is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty.

Hence, the correct option is (E).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 2

A small passage is given below with some blanks in it followed by highlighted alphabets. You are required to fill these blanks with the most appropriate word from the given options in order to make the sentence in the passage contextually correct and meaningful.
The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow, Scotland may not have a significant outcome as yet in sight. Prior to the summit, there was a ________________ (a) attempt by leaders of western countries, particularly the United States and summit host the United Kingdom, to have most countries agree on a mid-century net zero goal, or when emissions dip to near zero or are _________ (b) by taking out an equivalent from the atmosphere. This put China and India, both major greenhouse gas emitters, on the defensive, and they ______________ (c) more strongly on issues such as climate equity and justice. Their argument, that the climate crisis is largely due to the West because of over a century of __________ (d) carbon dioxide emissions, and so those countries must bear the lion’s share of _________ (e) in the form of finance and access to clean technologies, is an old one, enshrined over the years in earlier COP _____________ (f).

Q. Which of the following words fits in the blank (a)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 2

The word which fits aptly in the above blank is “frantic” which means conducted in a hurried, excited, and disorganized way. Other words are contextually incorrect.
Disparage means insulting, Gushing means effusive or exaggeratedly enthusiastic.
Hence option C is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 3

A small passage is given below with some blanks in it followed by highlighted alphabets. You are required to fill these blanks with the most appropriate word from the given options in order to make the sentence in the passage contextually correct and meaningful.
The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow, Scotland may not have a significant outcome as yet in sight. Prior to the summit, there was a ________________ (a) attempt by leaders of western countries, particularly the United States and summit host the United Kingdom, to have most countries agree on a mid-century net zero goal, or when emissions dip to near zero or are _________ (b) by taking out an equivalent from the atmosphere. This put China and India, both major greenhouse gas emitters, on the defensive, and they ______________ (c) more strongly on issues such as climate equity and justice. Their argument, that the climate crisis is largely due to the West because of over a century of __________ (d) carbon dioxide emissions, and so those countries must bear the lion’s share of _________ (e) in the form of finance and access to clean technologies, is an old one, enshrined over the years in earlier COP _____________ (f).

Q. Which of the following words fits in the blank (e)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 3

The word which fits aptly in the above blank is “reparations” which means the action of making amends for a wrong done, by providing payment or other assistance to those who have been wronged. The above sentence is about the countries that must bear the compensation in the form of finance and access to clean technologies. Other words are contextually incorrect.
Hence option C is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 4

A small passage is given below with some blanks in it followed by highlighted alphabets. You are required to fill these blanks with the most appropriate word from the given options in order to make the sentence in the passage contextually correct and meaningful.

The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow, Scotland may not have a significant outcome as yet in sight. Prior to the summit, there was a ________________ (a) attempt by leaders of western countries, particularly the United States and summit host the United Kingdom, to have most countries agree on a mid-century net zero goal, or when emissions dip to near zero or are _________ (b) by taking out an equivalent from the atmosphere. This put China and India, both major greenhouse gas emitters, on the defensive, and they ______________ (c) more strongly on issues such as climate equity and justice. Their argument, that the climate crisis is largely due to the West because of over a century of __________ (d) carbon dioxide emissions, and so those countries must bear the lion’s share of _________ (e) in the form of finance and access to clean technologies, is an old one, enshrined over the years in earlier COP _____________ (f).

Q. Which of the following phrasal verbs fits in the blank (b)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 4

The phrasal verb which fits aptly in the above blank is “balanced out” which means to make (a different or opposite thing) less powerful, noticeable, etc. Other phrasal verbs are contextually incorrect.
Hence option B is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 5

A small passage is given below with some blanks in it followed by highlighted alphabets. You are required to fill these blanks with the most appropriate word from the given options in order to make the sentence in the passage contextually correct and meaningful.

The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow, Scotland may not have a significant outcome as yet in sight. Prior to the summit, there was a ________________ (a) attempt by leaders of western countries, particularly the United States and summit host the United Kingdom, to have most countries agree on a mid-century net zero goal, or when emissions dip to near zero or are _________ (b) by taking out an equivalent from the atmosphere. This put China and India, both major greenhouse gas emitters, on the defensive, and they ______________ (c) more strongly on issues such as climate equity and justice. Their argument, that the climate crisis is largely due to the West because of over a century of __________ (d) carbon dioxide emissions, and so those countries must bear the lion’s share of _________ (e) in the form of finance and access to clean technologies, is an old one, enshrined over the years in earlier COP _____________ (f).

Q. Which of the following words fits in the blank (d)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 5

The word which fits aptly in the above blank is “unmitigated” which means having no exceptions or restrictions or we can say that carbon dioxide emissions are not getting lessened. Other words are contextually incorrect. Dubious means doubtful.
Hence option D is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 6

A small passage is given below with some blanks in it followed by highlighted alphabets. You are required to fill these blanks with the most appropriate word from the given options in order to make the sentence in the passage contextually correct and meaningful.

The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow, Scotland may not have a significant outcome as yet in sight. Prior to the summit, there was a ________________ (a) attempt by leaders of western countries, particularly the United States and summit host the United Kingdom, to have most countries agree on a mid-century net zero goal, or when emissions dip to near zero or are _________ (b) by taking out an equivalent from the atmosphere. This put China and India, both major greenhouse gas emitters, on the defensive, and they ______________ (c) more strongly on issues such as climate equity and justice. Their argument, that the climate crisis is largely due to the West because of over a century of __________ (d) carbon dioxide emissions, and so those countries must bear the lion’s share of _________ (e) in the form of finance and access to clean technologies, is an old one, enshrined over the years in earlier COP _____________ (f).

Q. Which of the following idioms fits in the blank (c)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 6

The idiom which fits aptly in the above blank is “dug in their heels” which means to refuse to change your plans or ideas, especially when someone is trying to persuade you to do it. Other idioms are contextually incorrect.

  • At one’s heels- walk close behind you
  • Under one’s heel- to be in your power and control
  • Take to one’s heels- to run away

Hence option A is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 7

In each question below, a sentence is given with a part of it printed in underlined type. That part may contain a grammatical error. Each sentence is followed by phrases 1), 2) and 3) and 4). Find out which phrase should replace the phrase given in bold to correct the error, if there is any, and to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark 5) as the answer.

After a lengthy heated argument, the official left the meeting on a huff.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 7

In a huff (phrasal verb) – in an angry or annoyed state.
After a lengthy heated argument, the official left the meeting in a huff.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 8

Find out the erroneous part of the given sentence and choose the correct option. Choose 'No error' if the sentence is free from error.
We killed loads by accident (A)/ but we subjected them (B)/ to the extreme (C)/ cold too fast. (D)/ No error (E)

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 8

In the second part of the sentence the word 'but' should be replaced with the word 'because' as the reason for the action is mentioned in the later part.
So, part (B) is the erroneous part.
Hence, the correct option is (B).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 9

In each of the following questions given below a group of words have been underlined which may or may not be grammatically correct. You are required to replace the same with the correct one from the given options in order to make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful.
Even as a small uptick in daily fresh cases has been reported in November, the Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium (INSACOG) has said no new variants of interest or concern has been seen in India.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 9

The underlined part is grammatically incorrect, ‘new variants’ should be followed by a plural verb so using has been is incorrect, instead we have to use ‘have been’ to make it error free.
Correction is- concern have been seen in India
Hence option A is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 10

In each question below, a sentence is given with a part of it printed in underlined type. That part may contain a grammatical error. Each sentence is followed by phrases 1), 2) and 3) and 4). Find out which phrase should replace the phrase given in bold to correct the error, if there is any, and to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark 5) as the answer.

The audience instantly broke in as soon as the comedian started cracking jokes.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 10

Break up / broke up (phrasal verb) in this context means – to start laughing. (Break up can also mean ending a relationship)
The audience instantly broke up as soon as the comedian started cracking jokes.
(Break in – to interrupt; Break into – to enter forcibly; Break down – get upset)

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 11

In the question given below, the sentence is divided into three parts I, II and III. For each part, an alternate statement is given. You have to determine if a part requires correction, and then mark that as your answer.
The Indian Space Research Organisation is standing/testimony to the public sector’s capacity to deliver outstanding results,/ when provided to autonomy and resources.
I. The Indian Space Research Organisation was standing
II. testimony for the public sector’s capacity to deliver outstanding results,
III. when provided with autonomy and resources.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 11

The error lies in part 3 only.
Parts I and II are grammatically correct parts and hence do not require any corrections.
Part III uses 'to' which is incorrect here. It should be 'with' as there is a sense of assistance.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 12

In each of the following questions given below a group of words have been underlined which may or may not be grammatically correct. You are required to replace the same with the correct one from the given options in order to make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful.
Covered in a thick layer of smog, Delhi continue to choke as the air quality remained in the 'severe' category on Saturday morning.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 12

The underlined part is grammatically incorrect, ‘Delhi’ should be followed by a singular verb so using continue is incorrect, instead we have to use ‘continues’ to make it error free.
Correction is- Delhi continues to choke as the
Hence option C is the correct answer.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 13

Direction: The following question carries a word, which has been used in 3 different sentences given below it. Identify the statement(s) in which the word has been used correctly.
Word

  1. His voice was deep and word and his song was soothing.
  2. Health officials are encouraging people to spread the word about the benefits of exercise.
  3. You will buy nothing but trouble if you buy that house, take my word for it.
Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 13

‘Word’ can mean information about recent and important events, as in sentence 2. It can also mean ‘promise’, as in sentence 3. ‘Words’ however, is not an adjective, and has been incorrectly used in alternative 1. Hence, the correct answer is 4.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 14

In each of the following questions given below a group of words have been underlined which may or may not be grammatically correct. You are required to replace the same with the correct one from the given options in order to make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful.
A 25-year-old woman died after blood of the wrong group was allegedly administered to her at a hospital in Odisha's Sundargarh district.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 14

The given Underlined part is free from error; thus, no correction is required.

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 15

Find out the erroneous part of the given sentence and choose the correct option. Choose 'No error' if the sentence is free from error.
They cannot colonise (A)/ the moon because (B)/ there was no atmosphere (C)/ and no liquid water. (D)/ No error (E)

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 15

In the third part of the sentence the 'to be' verb 'was' should be replaced with its present form 'is' because the situation still exists in the present.
So the third part of the sentence is erroneous.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 16

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below table chart shows the total number of employees in five different companies i.e. P, Q, R, S and Tin 2020 and also given the ratio of the number of female to male employees in these five different companies in 2020.


Find the difference between the number of female employees in company P and the number of female employees in company Q?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 16

Company P
Number of female employees = 630 * 3/(3 + 4) = 630 * 3/7 = 270
Number of male employees = 630 – 270 = 360
Company Q:
Number of female employees = 400 * 3/(3 + 2) = 400 * 3/5 = 240
Number of male employees = 400 – 240 = 160
Company R:
Number of female employees = 750 * /(1 + 2) = 750 * 1/3 = 250
Number of male employees = 750 – 250 = 500
Company S:
Number of female employees = 540 * 1/(1+1) = 540 * 1/2 = 270
Number of male employees = 540 – 270 = 270
Company T:
Number of female employees = 900 * 1/(1 + 5) = 900 * 1/6 = 150
Number of male employees = 900 – 150 = 750

Required difference = 270 – 240 = 30

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 17

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below line graph shows the monthly income (in Rs.) of five different persons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and also given the percentage of the monthly expenditure of these five different persons.
Note: Income = Expenditure + Savings

The savings of A is how much more/less than the expenditure of C?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 17

Expenditure of A = 9000 * 50/100 = Rs.4500
Savings of A = 9000 – 4500 = Rs.4500
Similarly, we can calculate other values also:

Required difference = 4500 – 3000 = Rs.1500 more

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 18

What should come in place of the question mark '?' in the following number series?
1, 3.5, 9.75, 25.375, ?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 18

The pattern of the given series is
⇒ 1 + 2.5 = 3.5
⇒ 3.5 + (2.5)2 = 3.5 + 6.25 = 9.75
⇒ 9.75 + (2.5)3 = 9.75 + 15.625 = 25.375
⇒ 25.375 + (2.5)4 = 25.375 + 39.0625
⇒ ? = 64.4375
Hence, the correct option is (E).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 19

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below table chart shows the total number of employees in five different companies i.e. P, Q, R, S and Tin 2020 and also given the ratio of the number of female to male employees in these five different companies in 2020.

If the total number of employees in company P in 2021 is 14.28% more than that of the previous year and the number of male employees in company P in 2020 and 2021 together is 610, then find the number of female employees in company P in 2021?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 19

Company P
Number of female employees = 630 * 3/(3 + 4) = 630 * 3/7 = 270
Number of male employees = 630 – 270 = 360
Company Q:
Number of female employees = 400 * 3/(3 + 2) = 400 * 3/5 = 240
Number of male employees = 400 – 240 = 160
Company R:
Number of female employees = 750 * /(1 + 2) = 750 * 1/3 = 250
Number of male employees = 750 – 250 = 500
Company S:
Number of female employees = 540 * 1/(1+1) = 540 * 1/2 = 270
Number of male employees = 540 – 270 = 270
Company T:
Number of female employees = 900 * 1/(1 + 5) = 900 * 1/6 = 150
Number of male employees = 900 – 150 = 750

Total number of employees in company P in 2021 = 630 * 114.28/100 = 630 * 8/7 = 720
Number of male employees in company P in 2021 = 610 – 360 = 250
Therefore, the number of female employees in company P in 2021 = 720 – 250 = 470

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 20

What should come in place of the question mark "?" in the following number series?
9,13,22,36,55,?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 20

Series I: 91322365579
Series II: +4 +9 +14+19+24
Series III: +5 +5 +5 +5
Hence, the correct option is (E).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 21

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below line graph shows the monthly income (in Rs.) of five different persons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and also given the percentage of the monthly expenditure of these five different persons.
Note: Income = Expenditure + Savings

The savings of D is what percentage of the income of B?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 21

Expenditure of A = 9000 * 50/100 = Rs.4500
Savings of A = 9000 – 4500 = Rs.4500
Similarly, we can calculate other values also:

Required percentage = 900/5000 * 100 = 18%

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 22

What value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 22

Follow BODMAS rule to solve this question, as per the order given below,

  • Step -1 - Vinculum parts must be solved first (V¯)
  • Step -2 - Parts of an equation enclosed in 'Brackets' must be solved next,
  • Step -3 - Any mathematical 'Of' or 'Exponent' must be solved next,
  • Step -4 - Next, the parts of the equation that contain 'Division' and 'Multiplication' are calculated,
  • Step −5− Last but not least, the parts of the equation that contain 'Addition' and 'Subtraction' should be calculated

Applying VBODMAS rule



Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 23

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below table chart shows the total number of employees in five different companies i.e. P, Q, R, S and Tin 2020 and also given the ratio of the number of female to male employees in these five different companies in 2020.

If the number of male and female employees in company L is 180 and 80 more than that of company S, then find the ratio of the number of male to female employees in company L.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 23

Company P
Number of female employees = 630 * 3/(3 + 4) = 630 * 3/7 = 270
Number of male employees = 630 – 270 = 360
Company Q:
Number of female employees = 400 * 3/(3 + 2) = 400 * 3/5 = 240
Number of male employees = 400 – 240 = 160
Company R:
Number of female employees = 750 * /(1 + 2) = 750 * 1/3 = 250
Number of male employees = 750 – 250 = 500
Company S:
Number of female employees = 540 * 1/(1+1) = 540 * 1/2 = 270
Number of male employees = 540 – 270 = 270
Company T:
Number of female employees = 900 * 1/(1 + 5) = 900 * 1/6 = 150
Number of male employees = 900 – 150 = 750

Number of male employees in company L = 270 + 180 = 450
Number of female employees in company L = 270 + 80 = 350
Required ratio = 450:350 = 9:7

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 24

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below line graph shows the monthly income (in Rs.) of five different persons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and also given the percentage of the monthly expenditure of these five different persons.
Note: Income = Expenditure + Savings


Find the ratio of the expenditure of B to expenditure of E?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 24

Expenditure of A = 9000 * 50/100 = Rs.4500
Savings of A = 9000 – 4500 = Rs.4500
Similarly, we can calculate other values also:

Required ratio = 4000:3600 = 10:9

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 25

Three businessmen rent a company for Rs. 7000 per annum. P puts 120 computers in company for 3 months, Q puts 160 computers for next 6 months and R puts 440 computers in company for next 3 months. What percentage of total expenditure should P pay?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 25

According to question,
Ratio of computers for P, Q, R = 120 : 160 : 440 = 3 : 4 : 11
Ratio of months for which computers were kept in godown = 3 : 6 : 3 = 1 : 2 : 1
⇒ Compounding both the ratio = (3×1) : (4×2) : (11×1) = 3 : 8 : 11
Total Amount = Rs. 7000
Expenditure paid by P = (3/3+8+11×100) = (3/22) × 100 = 13.6%
Hence, the correct option is (B).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 26

A Raymond outlet announces the sale of 20% off but simultaneously increases the prices of clothes to Rs. 1900. If the new profit is 40% i.e. 5% more than the old profit on each cloth then find the old selling price of each cloth?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 26

Let, old selling price =SP
New selling price = Rs. 1900
Cost price =CP
So, old profit
=[(SP′−CP/(CP))]×100
⇒ (40−5)/100=(SP′−CP)/CP
⇒ 35/100 = ((SP′/CP)−1)
⇒ SP′/CP = (135/100)…… (1)
New SP =1900×80%=1520
New profit = [(1520−CP)/(CP)]×100
⇒ 40/100 = (1520−CP)/CP
⇒ 40/100 = (1520/CP)−1
⇒ 140/100 = (1520/CP) …… (2)
From equation (1) and (2) [dividing them]
140/135 = 1520/SP
⇒ SP′ = 1520 × (135/140) = 1465.71
∴ Old selling price of each cloth = Rs. 1465.71
Hence, the correct option is (B)

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 27

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below line graph shows the monthly income (in Rs.) of five different persons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and also given the percentage of the monthly expenditure of these five different persons.
Note: Income = Expenditure + Savings

If the ratio of the income of D to F is 5:6 and the savings of F is equal to 1/3rd of the income of A, then find the expenditure of F.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 27

Expenditure of A = 9000 * 50/100 = Rs.4500
Savings of A = 9000 – 4500 = Rs.4500
Similarly, we can calculate other values also:

Let the income of F = 6000* 6/5 = Rs.7200
And the savings of F = 9000/3 = Rs.3000
Therefore, the expenditure of F = 7200 – 3000 = Rs.4200

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 28

A kid tried to make a mixture of all the cold drinks that are prevalent in the market. He first mixed Coke and Sprite in a bottle in the ratio of 7 : 5. He removed 16 Litres from the mixture and filled the bottle again with Sprite. The ratio became 7 : 9. How many Litres of Coke was initially there in the bottle?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 28

Let, the initial quantity of Coke be 7x And the initial quantity of Sprite be 5x
Quantity of Coke drawn off =16 × (7/12) = 28/3
Quantity of Sprite drawn off =16 × (5/12) = 20/3
So,
The quantity of Coke in the mixture after being drawn off = 7x−(28/3)
The quantity of Sprite in the mixture after being drawn off = 5x−(20/3)
Since the quantity of Sprite was added later, the quantity of Sprite = 5x−(20/3)+16
Now according to question, (7x−(28/3)) : (5x−(20/3)+16) = 7 : 9
63x−84= 35x−(140/3) +112
28x = 448/3
X = 5.33 liters
So, initial quantity of coke in mixture was 5.33 litres
Hence, the correct option is (E).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 29

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below table chart shows the total number of employees in five different companies i.e. P, Q, R, S and Tin 2020 and also given the ratio of the number of female to male employees in these five different companies in 2020.

In company Q, 25% of the male employees are working part time and 75% of the female employees are working part time and the remaining employees are working full time. Find the total number of full time employees working in company Q.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 29

Company P
Number of female employees = 630 * 3/(3 + 4) = 630 * 3/7 = 270
Number of male employees = 630 – 270 = 360
Company Q:
Number of female employees = 400 * 3/(3 + 2) = 400 * 3/5 = 240
Number of male employees = 400 – 240 = 160
Company R:
Number of female employees = 750 * /(1 + 2) = 750 * 1/3 = 250
Number of male employees = 750 – 250 = 500
Company S:
Number of female employees = 540 * 1/(1+1) = 540 * 1/2 = 270
Number of male employees = 540 – 270 = 270
Company T:
Number of female employees = 900 * 1/(1 + 5) = 900 * 1/6 = 150
Number of male employees = 900 – 150 = 750

Number of full time male employees in company Q = 160 * (100 – 25)/100 = 160 * 75/100 = 120
And the number of full time female employees in company Q = 240 * (100 – 75)/100 = 240 * 25/100 = 60
Required total = 120 + 60 = 180

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 30

What will come in place of the question mark (?) approx. in the following question?

4127 × 68 − 22817 = ? × 105 + 19

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 30

Follow BODMAS rule to solve this question, as per the order given below,

  • Step - 1: Parts of an equation enclosed in 'Brackets' must be solved first, and follow BODMAS rule in the bracket.
  • Step - 2: Any mathematical 'Of or 'Exponent' must be solved next,
  • Step - 3: Next, the parts of the equation that contain 'Division' and 'Multiplication' are calculated,
  • Step - 4: Last but not least, the parts of the equation that contain 'Addition' and 'Subtraction' should be calculated.

⇒ 4127 × 68 − 22817 = ? × 105 + 19
⇒ 280636 − 22817 = ? × 105 + 19
⇒ 257819 = ? × 105 + 19
⇒ ? × 112 = 257819 − 19
⇒ ? = 257800/105
∴ ? = 2455.23 ≈ 2455
Hence, the correct option is (B).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 31

At 12 p.m, a train starts moving from A to B and one another train starts moving from B to A. The train going from A takes 12 hours to reach B and the train going from B takes 16 hours to reach A. The train going from A to B met with an accident at 4 p.m. and travels rest of the distance at 2/3 of its original speed, then in what time will the two trains meet?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 31

Let, x km be the distance between the two points A and B.
Speed of train going from A to B= x/12 kmph
Speed of train going from B to A= x/16 kmph
Now, till 3:00 pm distances travelled by the trains are
For train A : (x/12) × 4 = x/3 km
For train B : (x/16) ×4 = x/4 km
Now, the distance between two trains at 4 pm = x − x/3 − x/4 = 5x/12 km
Speed of train going from A to B after 4:00 pm = 2/3 × x/12 = x/18 kmphr
Thus, time when the two train will meet = remaining distance between two trains/relative speed of A and B
Time = (3x/12)/((x/18) + (x/16))
Time = 3(9/17) hrs
So, the correct answer is 3(9/17) hrs.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 32

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The given below table chart shows the total number of employees in five different companies i.e. P, Q, R, S and Tin 2020 and also given the ratio of the number of female to male employees in these five different companies in 2020.


The number of male employees in company T is what percentage more than the number of male employees in company R?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 32

Company P
Number of female employees = 630 * 3/(3 + 4) = 630 * 3/7 = 270
Number of male employees = 630 – 270 = 360
Company Q:
Number of female employees = 400 * 3/(3 + 2) = 400 * 3/5 = 240
Number of male employees = 400 – 240 = 160
Company R:
Number of female employees = 750 * /(1 + 2) = 750 * 1/3 = 250
Number of male employees = 750 – 250 = 500
Company S:
Number of female employees = 540 * 1/(1+1) = 540 * 1/2 = 270
Number of male employees = 540 – 270 = 270
Company T:
Number of female employees = 900 * 1/(1 + 5) = 900 * 1/6 = 150
Number of male employees = 900 – 150 = 750

Required percentage = (750 – 500)/500 * 100 = 250/500 * 100 = 50%

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 33

Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follows:
There are 7 children A, B, C, D, E, F and G who secured different marks in a competitive exam. A secured more than D but less than G. F secured more than only B and C, who did not get the least marks. E secured the highest marks. The one who secured the second lowest marks secured 44 and the one who secured the second highest marks secured 72 marks.

Q. If F secured 20 marks less than G, then how many marks did F secured?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 33

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 34

All the letters of the word NORTHERN are arranged as per the English alphabetical series. Then How many meaningful English words can be formed, starting with N, with the first, the fourth, the fifth, and the last letters of the rearranged words, using each letter only once in each word? (To be counted from left)

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 34

Given Word: NORTHERN
After rearranging in the alphabetical order: E H N N O R R T
1st letter = E; 4th letter = N; 5th letter = O; Last letter = T
Letters given: E N O T
Words possible starting with N: NOTE.
So, only one such word is possible.
Hence, the correct option is (B).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 35

Direction: Read the information carefully and answer the question asked below.
In a seven member’s family, there are only two male members. Q is the father of D, Whose sister-in-law is J, who has two children U and V. K is the son of G who is married to Q.

Q. How J is related to Q?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 35

From the given information

  1. Q is the father of D, who is the sister-in-law of J, who has two children U and V.
  2. K is the son of G who is married to Q.
  3. There are only two male members.

So, J is the daughter – in – law of Q.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 36

If the digits in the number 40723819 are arranged in descending order from left to right, what will be the resultant if the third digit from your left is multiplied by the second digit from your right in the new arrangement?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 36

4 0 7 2 3 8 1 9
9 8 7 4 3 2 1 0
7 * 1 = 7

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 37

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:
4 males Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav and 4 females Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja are sitting around a square table. 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbors of Vijay.
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbor of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
  8. The neighbors of Komal faces opposite direction.

Q. Who is sitting 3rd to the right of Pooja?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 37

4 males: Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav
4 females: Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja
They are sitting around a square table and 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbours of Vijay.
    Now there are two possibilities:
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbour of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
    So, case 2 rules out.
  8. The neighbours of Komal faces the opposite direction.

So, Vijay is sitting 3rd to the right of Pooja.
Hence, the correct option is (D).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 38

How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘DIABETES’ each of which has as many letters between them in the word (in both forward and backward directions), as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 38

The word can be represented as follows,

So, we get 3 such pairs “AB”, “AE” and “BE”
Hence, the correct option is (D).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 39

Direction: In the following question assuming the given statements to be True, find which of the conclusion among given conclusions is / are definitely True and then give your answers accordingly.
Statement:
5 = 1 > 2 ≥ 7; 9 ≤ 8 ≤ ® = θ < 5
Conclusions:
I. ® > 2
II. 7 > 1

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 39

Given statements: 5 = 1 > 2 ≥ 7; 9 ≤ 8 ≤ ® = θ < 5
On combining: 9 ≤ 8 ≤ ® = θ < 5 = 1 > 2 ≥ 7
Conclusions:
I. ® > 2 → False (as ® = θ < 5 = 1 > 2 → thus clear relation between ® and 2 cannot be determined)
II. 7 > 1 → False (as 1 > 2 ≥ 7 → 7 < 1)
So, neither I nor II is True.
Hence, the correct option is (A).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 40

Read the following information to answer the questions.
i) P #Q means Q is father of P.
ii) P*Q means Q is mother of P.
iii) P % Q means Q is brother of P.
iv) P$Q means Q is sister of P.
v) P @ Q means Q is daughter of P.
Q. Which of the following means Q is cousin of B?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 40

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 41

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:
4 males Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav and 4 females Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja are sitting around a square table. 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbors of Vijay.
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbor of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
  8. The neighbors of Komal faces opposite direction.

Q. Who is sitting to the immediate left of Pooja?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 41

4 males: Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav
4 females: Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja
They are sitting around a square table and 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbours of Vijay.
    Now there are two possibilities:
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbour of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
    So, case 2 rules out.
  8. The neighbours of Komal faces the opposite direction.

So, Saurav is sitting to the left of Pooja.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 42

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follows.
Amongst the six friends, Arun, Brian, Chandu, Deepu, Elina, Fatima each got different marks in the examination. Arun scored more than Brian but less than Chandu. Deepu scored less marks than only Elina. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks. Brian is not the one who scored the least marks.

Q. What can be the possible score of Deepu, if Chandu scored 71 marks?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 42

Six Friends: Arun, Brian, Chandu, Deepu, Elina and Fatima.
(1) Deepu scored less marks than only Elina.
Elina > Deepu > __> __> __ > __
(2) Arun scored more than Brian but less than Chandu.
Chandu > Arun > Brian
(3) Brian is not the one who scored the least marks.
Elina > Deepu > Chandu > Arun > Brian > Fatima
Thus, Fatima will be the least scorer.
The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks.
Elina > Deepu > Chandu > Arun > Brian > Fatima
80 60
So, Deepu must score between 71 and 80 marks.
Thus, 75 marks could be the possible score of Deepu.
Hence, the correct option is (A).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 43

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follows.
Amongst the six friends, Arun, Brian, Chandu, Deepu, Elina, Fatima each got different marks in the examination. Arun scored more than Brian but less than Chandu. Deepu scored less marks than only Elina. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks. Brian is not the one who scored the least marks.

Q. Who is the least scorer?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 43

Six Friends: Arun, Brian, Chandu, Deepu, Elina and Fatima.
(1) Deepu scored less marks than only Elina.
Elina > Deepu > __> __> __ > __
(2) Arun scored more than Brian but less than Chandu.
Chandu > Arun > Brian
(3) Brian is not the one who scored the least marks.
Elina > Deepu > Chandu > Arun > Brian > Fatima
Thus, Fatima will be the least scorer.
The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks.
Elina > Deepu > Chandu > Arun > Brian > Fatima
80 60
Thus, Fatima is the least scorer.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 44

Direction: In the question below are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Very few Noodles are Chinese food.
Some Noodles are not Dosa.
Conclusion:
I. Some Chinese food are not Dosa.
II. Some Dosa are not Noodles.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 44

The least possible diagram for the given statements is as follows

Conclusions:
I. Some Chinese food are not Dosa. → False (It is possible but not definite)
II. Some Dosa are not Noodles. → False (It is possible but not definite)
So, neither I nor II follows.
Hence, the correct option is (D).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 45

Direction: In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusion among the given conclusions is / are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.
Statement:
V = W > X ≥ Y; U ≤ Z ≤ T = S < V
Conclusions:
I. W > Y
II. Z > W

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 45

Given statements: V = W > X ≥ Y; U ≤ Z ≤ T = S < V
On combining: U ≤ Z ≤ T = S < V = W > X ≥ Y
Conclusions:
I. W > Y → True (as W > X ≥ Y → W > Y)
II. Z > W → False (as Z ≤ T = S < V = W → Z < W)
So, conclusion I is True.
Hence, the correct option is (D).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 46

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:
4 males Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav and 4 females Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja are sitting around a square table. 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbors of Vijay.
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbor of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
  8. The neighbors of Komal faces opposite direction.

Q. Who is sitting to the immediate right of Vijay?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 46

4 males: Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav
4 females: Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja
They are sitting around a square table and 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbours of Vijay.
    Now there are two possibilities:
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbour of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
    So, case 2 rules out.
  8. The neighbours of Komal faces the opposite direction.

So, Anita is sitting to the immediate right of Vijay.
Hence, the correct option is (A).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 47

Direction: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some Colleges are school.
All schools are Companies.
Some Companies are hospitals.
Conclusions:
I. Some hospitals are schools.
II. No hospital is school.

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 47

The least possible Venn diagram for the given statements is as follows,

Conclusions:
I. Some hospitals are schools. → it’s possible but not definite, hence false.
II. No hospital is school. → it’s possible but not definite, hence false.
Thus, conclusion I and II forms a complementary pair.
So, either Conclusion I or Conclusion II is true.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 48

How many pairs of letters are there in the word “COUNSEL” each of which have as many letters between them in the word as they have between them in the English alphabetical series (Backward and forward)?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 48

Forward – None
Backward - US

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 49

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:
4 males Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav and 4 females Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja are sitting around a square table. 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbors of Vijay.
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbor of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
  8. The neighbors of Komal faces opposite direction.

Q. Who is sitting opposite to Vijay?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 49

4 males: Vijay, Amit, Rohit, Saurav
4 females: Sunita, Anita, Komal, Pooja
They are sitting around a square table and 3 of them are facing inside and 5 of them are facing outside.

  1. No two males sit adjacent to each other.
  2. Vijay sits at one corner and faces outside.
  3. Among females only Pooja faces inside.
  4. Sunita and Anita are the neighbours of Vijay.
    Now there are two possibilities:
  5. Komal sits opposite to Anita.
  6. Amit is not a neighbour of Komal and sits to the right of Anita.
  7. Rohit who is facing inside is to the right of Komal.
    So, case 2 rules out.
  8. The neighbours of Komal faces the opposite direction.

So, Saurav is sitting opposite Vijay.
Hence, the correct option is (C).

Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 50

Read the following information to answer the questions.

i) P #Q means Q is father of P.

ii) P*Q means Q is mother of P.

iii) P % Q means Q is brother of P.

iv) P$Q means Q is sister of P.

v) P @ Q means Q is daughter of P.

Q. Which of the following is definitely true about P * M # N % O?

Detailed Solution for Diagnostic Test: Banking - 2 - Question 50

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