IBPS PO 2019: Mains Question Paper

# IBPS PO 2019: Mains Question Paper - IBPS PO Mock Test Series & Past Year Papers - Banking Exams

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IBPS PO Mains (Memory Based 2019)

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V of different ages i.e. 6,
15, 19, 23, 30, 45, 60 years are sitting in a circular table
facing towards center.

Note- No two consecutive letters are in alphabetical order.
Person’s age must not be a factor or a multiple of sum of
the ages of their immediate neighbors.

R sits immediate right of the person whose age is 15. One
person sits between T and R (either left or right). One
person sits between P and the person whose age is 6
(either left or right). Age of T is twice the age of the person
who sits 2
nd
to the right of T. Difference between the age of
the immediate neighbors of V is more than 14. Age of U
must not be multiple of 10. Sum of the ages of immediate
neighbors of R is 34. Q is younger than P.

1. What is the age of Q?
(a) 15 (b) 60 (c) 23
(d) 6 (e) None of these

2. Who among the following sits 2
nd
to the left of the
person whose age is 19 years?
(a) U (b) V (c) P
(d) Q (e) None of these

3. Which of the following is true?
(a) S’s age is 60 years
(b) R is younger than Q
(c) U sits immediate right of P
(d) V’s age is 19
(e) None is true

4. What is the position of V with respect to P?
(a) Immediate left
(b) Immediate right
(c) 2
nd
to the left
(d) 2
nd
to the right
(e) None of these

5. Who among the following is oldest person?
(a) Q (b) P (c) U
(d) V (e) None of these

Direction (6-8): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:
Books which have different number of pages is shown
below with their codes.

Pages Step I Step II Codes
210 42 168 56
60 12 48 16
240 48 192 64
150 30 120 40
180 36 144 48
231 77 154 22
147 49 98 14
273 91 182 26
441 147 294 42
357 119 238 34

If number of pages in different books are 90, 120, 270, 300,
330, 315, 231, 567, 399, 525 then find the codes of these
books as per the above-mentioned operations and placed
these books in two different stores i.e. A and B. Arrange all
codes in ascending order. After arranging the codes, first
five codes are placed in store A and last five are placed in
store B. Now, answer the given questions-

6. Which of the following page book have highest code
in store A?
(a) 315 (b) 120 (c) 399
(d) 525 (e) 567

7. Which of the following pages book is not in store B?
(a) 270 (b) 300 (c) 330
(d) 525 (e) 315

8. What is the difference in the codes of 2
nd
lowest code
in store A and 2
nd
highest code in store B?
(a) 66 (b) 56 (c) 64
(d) 58 (e) None of these

Direction (9-10): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is neither smaller nor equal to Q
P\$Q means P is not smaller than Q
P%Q means P is not greater than Q
P*Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q
P#Q means P is neither greater nor equal to Q

9. Statements: A\$B%F#D, Y@M*F
Conclusion I: B#M  II: A%Y  III: Y@B
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

REASONING ABILITY
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IBPS PO Mains (Memory Based 2019)

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V of different ages i.e. 6,
15, 19, 23, 30, 45, 60 years are sitting in a circular table
facing towards center.

Note- No two consecutive letters are in alphabetical order.
Person’s age must not be a factor or a multiple of sum of
the ages of their immediate neighbors.

R sits immediate right of the person whose age is 15. One
person sits between T and R (either left or right). One
person sits between P and the person whose age is 6
(either left or right). Age of T is twice the age of the person
who sits 2
nd
to the right of T. Difference between the age of
the immediate neighbors of V is more than 14. Age of U
must not be multiple of 10. Sum of the ages of immediate
neighbors of R is 34. Q is younger than P.

1. What is the age of Q?
(a) 15 (b) 60 (c) 23
(d) 6 (e) None of these

2. Who among the following sits 2
nd
to the left of the
person whose age is 19 years?
(a) U (b) V (c) P
(d) Q (e) None of these

3. Which of the following is true?
(a) S’s age is 60 years
(b) R is younger than Q
(c) U sits immediate right of P
(d) V’s age is 19
(e) None is true

4. What is the position of V with respect to P?
(a) Immediate left
(b) Immediate right
(c) 2
nd
to the left
(d) 2
nd
to the right
(e) None of these

5. Who among the following is oldest person?
(a) Q (b) P (c) U
(d) V (e) None of these

Direction (6-8): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:
Books which have different number of pages is shown
below with their codes.

Pages Step I Step II Codes
210 42 168 56
60 12 48 16
240 48 192 64
150 30 120 40
180 36 144 48
231 77 154 22
147 49 98 14
273 91 182 26
441 147 294 42
357 119 238 34

If number of pages in different books are 90, 120, 270, 300,
330, 315, 231, 567, 399, 525 then find the codes of these
books as per the above-mentioned operations and placed
these books in two different stores i.e. A and B. Arrange all
codes in ascending order. After arranging the codes, first
five codes are placed in store A and last five are placed in
store B. Now, answer the given questions-

6. Which of the following page book have highest code
in store A?
(a) 315 (b) 120 (c) 399
(d) 525 (e) 567

7. Which of the following pages book is not in store B?
(a) 270 (b) 300 (c) 330
(d) 525 (e) 315

8. What is the difference in the codes of 2
nd
lowest code
in store A and 2
nd
highest code in store B?
(a) 66 (b) 56 (c) 64
(d) 58 (e) None of these

Direction (9-10): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is neither smaller nor equal to Q
P\$Q means P is not smaller than Q
P%Q means P is not greater than Q
P*Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q
P#Q means P is neither greater nor equal to Q

9. Statements: A\$B%F#D, Y@M*F
Conclusion I: B#M  II: A%Y  III: Y@B
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

REASONING ABILITY

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10. Statements: M*J%G\$B#X@L, S%U\$N@M
Conclusion I: S#L  II: J#U  III: G@N
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

Direction (11-13): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:
P@Q means P is married to Q
P#Q means P is parent of Q
P&Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of same gender
P\$Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of different gender
P+ means P is male
P* means P is female

11. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D is true and D is only
niece of T then, how is Q related to B?
(a) Uncle (b) Aunt (c) Sister
(d) Brother (e) Can’t be determined

12. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how is J related to N?
(a) Grandfather
(b) Grand mother
(c) Grand son
(d) Granddaughter
(e) Can’t be determined

13. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how many male
members are in the family?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Seven (e) Six

Direction (14-17): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Thirteen boxes of different colors are placed one above
another in alphabetical order either from bottom or from
top. Each box contains different number of toffees which is
multiple of 13. Maximum toffees in a box is 169.

There are equal number of boxes are placed above as well
as below J. Two boxes are placed between box J and the
Pink colored box. Five Boxes are placed between Pink and
Yellow colored box. Box which have 13 toffees is placed
just below Yellow colored box. Black colored box is placed
just above Red colored box and just below the box which
have 169 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed
above Red colored box as below the box which have 13
toffees. White colored box is placed just above the box
which have 65 toffees and just below the box which have
104 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed between
the boxes which have 13 and 52 toffees as between the
boxes which have 52 and 104 toffees. Two boxes are placed
between Blue colored box which doesn’t have 13 toffees
and Green colored box which is placed just below J.

14. If box F have 13 toffees, then which of the following is
Pink colored box?
(a) M
(b) Box which have 52 toffees
(c) G
(d) Box which have 169 toffees
(e) Can’t be determined

15. What is the sum of the toffees of Blue and Green
colored box?
(a) 273 (b) 156 (c) 117
(d) 65 (e) Can’t be determined

16. If M is Yellow colored box and sum of toffees in box O
and D is equal to the sum of toffees in box H and L
then, what is difference between the toffees of box L
and O?
(a) 52 (b) 78  (c) 65
(d) 91 (e) Can’t be determined

17. Which of the following colored box have 52 toffees?
(a) Red (b) Pink (c) Blue
(d) Green (e) None of these

18. Statement: “The simplest and the most cost effective
furniture and get 25% to 33% off on the new
company.
Assumptions
I. Now-a-days, there is no demand for furniture
products unless some attractive scheme is
offered.
II. Some customers always desire to have best
quality and do not bother either for cost or for
convenience.
III. Some customers want to keep their home up-to-
date with reasonable cost and with fewer hassles.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) Only II is implicit
(c) Only III is implicit
(d) I and II are implicit
(e) None of these

19. Statement: The situation of this area still continues to
be tense and out of control. People are requested to
be in their homes only.
Assumptions
I. There had been some serious incidents.
II. People will not go to the office.
III. Normally will be restored shortly.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) I and II are implicit
(c) None is implicit
(d) I and III are implicit
(e) All are implicit

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IBPS PO Mains (Memory Based 2019)

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V of different ages i.e. 6,
15, 19, 23, 30, 45, 60 years are sitting in a circular table
facing towards center.

Note- No two consecutive letters are in alphabetical order.
Person’s age must not be a factor or a multiple of sum of
the ages of their immediate neighbors.

R sits immediate right of the person whose age is 15. One
person sits between T and R (either left or right). One
person sits between P and the person whose age is 6
(either left or right). Age of T is twice the age of the person
who sits 2
nd
to the right of T. Difference between the age of
the immediate neighbors of V is more than 14. Age of U
must not be multiple of 10. Sum of the ages of immediate
neighbors of R is 34. Q is younger than P.

1. What is the age of Q?
(a) 15 (b) 60 (c) 23
(d) 6 (e) None of these

2. Who among the following sits 2
nd
to the left of the
person whose age is 19 years?
(a) U (b) V (c) P
(d) Q (e) None of these

3. Which of the following is true?
(a) S’s age is 60 years
(b) R is younger than Q
(c) U sits immediate right of P
(d) V’s age is 19
(e) None is true

4. What is the position of V with respect to P?
(a) Immediate left
(b) Immediate right
(c) 2
nd
to the left
(d) 2
nd
to the right
(e) None of these

5. Who among the following is oldest person?
(a) Q (b) P (c) U
(d) V (e) None of these

Direction (6-8): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:
Books which have different number of pages is shown
below with their codes.

Pages Step I Step II Codes
210 42 168 56
60 12 48 16
240 48 192 64
150 30 120 40
180 36 144 48
231 77 154 22
147 49 98 14
273 91 182 26
441 147 294 42
357 119 238 34

If number of pages in different books are 90, 120, 270, 300,
330, 315, 231, 567, 399, 525 then find the codes of these
books as per the above-mentioned operations and placed
these books in two different stores i.e. A and B. Arrange all
codes in ascending order. After arranging the codes, first
five codes are placed in store A and last five are placed in
store B. Now, answer the given questions-

6. Which of the following page book have highest code
in store A?
(a) 315 (b) 120 (c) 399
(d) 525 (e) 567

7. Which of the following pages book is not in store B?
(a) 270 (b) 300 (c) 330
(d) 525 (e) 315

8. What is the difference in the codes of 2
nd
lowest code
in store A and 2
nd
highest code in store B?
(a) 66 (b) 56 (c) 64
(d) 58 (e) None of these

Direction (9-10): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is neither smaller nor equal to Q
P\$Q means P is not smaller than Q
P%Q means P is not greater than Q
P*Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q
P#Q means P is neither greater nor equal to Q

9. Statements: A\$B%F#D, Y@M*F
Conclusion I: B#M  II: A%Y  III: Y@B
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

REASONING ABILITY

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10. Statements: M*J%G\$B#X@L, S%U\$N@M
Conclusion I: S#L  II: J#U  III: G@N
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

Direction (11-13): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:
P@Q means P is married to Q
P#Q means P is parent of Q
P&Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of same gender
P\$Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of different gender
P+ means P is male
P* means P is female

11. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D is true and D is only
niece of T then, how is Q related to B?
(a) Uncle (b) Aunt (c) Sister
(d) Brother (e) Can’t be determined

12. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how is J related to N?
(a) Grandfather
(b) Grand mother
(c) Grand son
(d) Granddaughter
(e) Can’t be determined

13. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how many male
members are in the family?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Seven (e) Six

Direction (14-17): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Thirteen boxes of different colors are placed one above
another in alphabetical order either from bottom or from
top. Each box contains different number of toffees which is
multiple of 13. Maximum toffees in a box is 169.

There are equal number of boxes are placed above as well
as below J. Two boxes are placed between box J and the
Pink colored box. Five Boxes are placed between Pink and
Yellow colored box. Box which have 13 toffees is placed
just below Yellow colored box. Black colored box is placed
just above Red colored box and just below the box which
have 169 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed
above Red colored box as below the box which have 13
toffees. White colored box is placed just above the box
which have 65 toffees and just below the box which have
104 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed between
the boxes which have 13 and 52 toffees as between the
boxes which have 52 and 104 toffees. Two boxes are placed
between Blue colored box which doesn’t have 13 toffees
and Green colored box which is placed just below J.

14. If box F have 13 toffees, then which of the following is
Pink colored box?
(a) M
(b) Box which have 52 toffees
(c) G
(d) Box which have 169 toffees
(e) Can’t be determined

15. What is the sum of the toffees of Blue and Green
colored box?
(a) 273 (b) 156 (c) 117
(d) 65 (e) Can’t be determined

16. If M is Yellow colored box and sum of toffees in box O
and D is equal to the sum of toffees in box H and L
then, what is difference between the toffees of box L
and O?
(a) 52 (b) 78  (c) 65
(d) 91 (e) Can’t be determined

17. Which of the following colored box have 52 toffees?
(a) Red (b) Pink (c) Blue
(d) Green (e) None of these

18. Statement: “The simplest and the most cost effective
furniture and get 25% to 33% off on the new
company.
Assumptions
I. Now-a-days, there is no demand for furniture
products unless some attractive scheme is
offered.
II. Some customers always desire to have best
quality and do not bother either for cost or for
convenience.
III. Some customers want to keep their home up-to-
date with reasonable cost and with fewer hassles.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) Only II is implicit
(c) Only III is implicit
(d) I and II are implicit
(e) None of these

19. Statement: The situation of this area still continues to
be tense and out of control. People are requested to
be in their homes only.
Assumptions
I. There had been some serious incidents.
II. People will not go to the office.
III. Normally will be restored shortly.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) I and II are implicit
(c) None is implicit
(d) I and III are implicit
(e) All are implicit

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20. Statement: Should the consumption of aerated
drinks be banned in India?
Arguments:
I. Yes, this is the only way to reduce the risk of
exposing people to some diseases.
II. No, each individual should have right to choose
what he wants.
III. No, there is no confirmed evidence that such
products have adverse effects on human body.
IV. Yes, it is banned in many other countries also.
(a) Only I is strong
(b) I and II are strong
(c) Only III is strong
(d) I and IV are strong
(e) All are strong

Direction (21-23): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is East of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P#Q means P is West of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
P&Q means P is North of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P%Q means P is South of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
J&K#L%M, B&N#M, BN<MN<KL, JK>ML

21. What is the direction of K with respect to B?
(a) North-west (b) South-west (c) North-east
(d) South-east (e) Can’t be determined

22. If X is 11m West of B then, what is the distance
between X and J?
(a) 7m (b) 4m (c) 6m
(d) 10m (e) 11m

23. Four of the following five are alike in certain way and
hence form a group, find the one which does not
belong to that group?
(a) BM (b) BL (c) NL
(d) KN (e) JM

24. Some alphabets are given below. First arrange them
in alphabetical order from left to right then number
them I, II, III, IV, V from left to right.
1) J, P, D, B, S
2) C, M, A, Q, X
3) W, I, T, N, O
Arrange all separately in each number. Which of the
following is in alphabetical order?
(a) Only I and III
(b) Only II and IV
(c) Only II and III
(d) Only III and IV
(e) Only II, III and IV

Direction (25-29): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eleven seats are placed in a single row in which three seats
are vacant. Persons sitting in these seats are facing North.
No two vacant seats are placed adjacent to each other.
Persons are of different ages. Seats are numbered 1 to 11
from West to East.

Note- Two Persons sitting between P and Q doesn’t means
that there are only two seats are placed between them.
There may be vacant seats between them.

Three persons sit between A and B. Person who is 32 years
old sits immediate left of B. D and E are immediate
neighbors of A whose seat number is less than 6. B is as
many years older than H as younger than D. C sits 3
rd
to the
left of A. One person sits between G and F who is 40 years
old. Sum of the age of D and G is 82. H sits immediate left of
one of the vacant seats. Age of H is half the age of the person
who sits at seat number 11. Persons whose age are 26 and
28 years sit at odd numbered seats. D sits left of the person
whose age is 22 years and right of the person whose age is
28 years. No vacant seat is between H and the person
whose age is 22 years.

25. Who among the following sits at seat number 8?
(a) No one  (b) G (c) B
(d) H (e) None of these

26. How many persons are sitting between the persons
whose age are 22 and 35 years?
(a) Four (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Five (e) None of these

27. In which of the following seat the person whose age is
26 years are sitting?
(a) Seat number 3
(b) Seat number 1
(c) Seat number 5
(d) Seat number 7
(e) None of these

28. Which of the following is true regarding C?
(a) C doesn’t sit at seat number 1
(b) One of the vacant seats is not adjacent to C
(c) C’s age is 22 years
(d) Two persons are sitting between A and C
(e) None is true

29. What is the age of the person who sits 2
nd
to the left of
the person whose age is 26 years?
(a) 28 years (b) 22 years (c) 40 years
(d) 50 years (e) None of these

Direction (30-34): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight persons are working in three different cities i.e. Delhi,
Pune, Hyderabad. At least two persons are working in a
city. There are four married couples of two generations.
Number of males and females are equal in each city.

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IBPS PO Mains (Memory Based 2019)

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V of different ages i.e. 6,
15, 19, 23, 30, 45, 60 years are sitting in a circular table
facing towards center.

Note- No two consecutive letters are in alphabetical order.
Person’s age must not be a factor or a multiple of sum of
the ages of their immediate neighbors.

R sits immediate right of the person whose age is 15. One
person sits between T and R (either left or right). One
person sits between P and the person whose age is 6
(either left or right). Age of T is twice the age of the person
who sits 2
nd
to the right of T. Difference between the age of
the immediate neighbors of V is more than 14. Age of U
must not be multiple of 10. Sum of the ages of immediate
neighbors of R is 34. Q is younger than P.

1. What is the age of Q?
(a) 15 (b) 60 (c) 23
(d) 6 (e) None of these

2. Who among the following sits 2
nd
to the left of the
person whose age is 19 years?
(a) U (b) V (c) P
(d) Q (e) None of these

3. Which of the following is true?
(a) S’s age is 60 years
(b) R is younger than Q
(c) U sits immediate right of P
(d) V’s age is 19
(e) None is true

4. What is the position of V with respect to P?
(a) Immediate left
(b) Immediate right
(c) 2
nd
to the left
(d) 2
nd
to the right
(e) None of these

5. Who among the following is oldest person?
(a) Q (b) P (c) U
(d) V (e) None of these

Direction (6-8): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:
Books which have different number of pages is shown
below with their codes.

Pages Step I Step II Codes
210 42 168 56
60 12 48 16
240 48 192 64
150 30 120 40
180 36 144 48
231 77 154 22
147 49 98 14
273 91 182 26
441 147 294 42
357 119 238 34

If number of pages in different books are 90, 120, 270, 300,
330, 315, 231, 567, 399, 525 then find the codes of these
books as per the above-mentioned operations and placed
these books in two different stores i.e. A and B. Arrange all
codes in ascending order. After arranging the codes, first
five codes are placed in store A and last five are placed in
store B. Now, answer the given questions-

6. Which of the following page book have highest code
in store A?
(a) 315 (b) 120 (c) 399
(d) 525 (e) 567

7. Which of the following pages book is not in store B?
(a) 270 (b) 300 (c) 330
(d) 525 (e) 315

8. What is the difference in the codes of 2
nd
lowest code
in store A and 2
nd
highest code in store B?
(a) 66 (b) 56 (c) 64
(d) 58 (e) None of these

Direction (9-10): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is neither smaller nor equal to Q
P\$Q means P is not smaller than Q
P%Q means P is not greater than Q
P*Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q
P#Q means P is neither greater nor equal to Q

9. Statements: A\$B%F#D, Y@M*F
Conclusion I: B#M  II: A%Y  III: Y@B
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

REASONING ABILITY

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10. Statements: M*J%G\$B#X@L, S%U\$N@M
Conclusion I: S#L  II: J#U  III: G@N
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

Direction (11-13): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:
P@Q means P is married to Q
P#Q means P is parent of Q
P&Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of same gender
P\$Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of different gender
P+ means P is male
P* means P is female

11. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D is true and D is only
niece of T then, how is Q related to B?
(a) Uncle (b) Aunt (c) Sister
(d) Brother (e) Can’t be determined

12. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how is J related to N?
(a) Grandfather
(b) Grand mother
(c) Grand son
(d) Granddaughter
(e) Can’t be determined

13. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how many male
members are in the family?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Seven (e) Six

Direction (14-17): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Thirteen boxes of different colors are placed one above
another in alphabetical order either from bottom or from
top. Each box contains different number of toffees which is
multiple of 13. Maximum toffees in a box is 169.

There are equal number of boxes are placed above as well
as below J. Two boxes are placed between box J and the
Pink colored box. Five Boxes are placed between Pink and
Yellow colored box. Box which have 13 toffees is placed
just below Yellow colored box. Black colored box is placed
just above Red colored box and just below the box which
have 169 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed
above Red colored box as below the box which have 13
toffees. White colored box is placed just above the box
which have 65 toffees and just below the box which have
104 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed between
the boxes which have 13 and 52 toffees as between the
boxes which have 52 and 104 toffees. Two boxes are placed
between Blue colored box which doesn’t have 13 toffees
and Green colored box which is placed just below J.

14. If box F have 13 toffees, then which of the following is
Pink colored box?
(a) M
(b) Box which have 52 toffees
(c) G
(d) Box which have 169 toffees
(e) Can’t be determined

15. What is the sum of the toffees of Blue and Green
colored box?
(a) 273 (b) 156 (c) 117
(d) 65 (e) Can’t be determined

16. If M is Yellow colored box and sum of toffees in box O
and D is equal to the sum of toffees in box H and L
then, what is difference between the toffees of box L
and O?
(a) 52 (b) 78  (c) 65
(d) 91 (e) Can’t be determined

17. Which of the following colored box have 52 toffees?
(a) Red (b) Pink (c) Blue
(d) Green (e) None of these

18. Statement: “The simplest and the most cost effective
furniture and get 25% to 33% off on the new
company.
Assumptions
I. Now-a-days, there is no demand for furniture
products unless some attractive scheme is
offered.
II. Some customers always desire to have best
quality and do not bother either for cost or for
convenience.
III. Some customers want to keep their home up-to-
date with reasonable cost and with fewer hassles.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) Only II is implicit
(c) Only III is implicit
(d) I and II are implicit
(e) None of these

19. Statement: The situation of this area still continues to
be tense and out of control. People are requested to
be in their homes only.
Assumptions
I. There had been some serious incidents.
II. People will not go to the office.
III. Normally will be restored shortly.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) I and II are implicit
(c) None is implicit
(d) I and III are implicit
(e) All are implicit

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20. Statement: Should the consumption of aerated
drinks be banned in India?
Arguments:
I. Yes, this is the only way to reduce the risk of
exposing people to some diseases.
II. No, each individual should have right to choose
what he wants.
III. No, there is no confirmed evidence that such
products have adverse effects on human body.
IV. Yes, it is banned in many other countries also.
(a) Only I is strong
(b) I and II are strong
(c) Only III is strong
(d) I and IV are strong
(e) All are strong

Direction (21-23): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is East of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P#Q means P is West of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
P&Q means P is North of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P%Q means P is South of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
J&K#L%M, B&N#M, BN<MN<KL, JK>ML

21. What is the direction of K with respect to B?
(a) North-west (b) South-west (c) North-east
(d) South-east (e) Can’t be determined

22. If X is 11m West of B then, what is the distance
between X and J?
(a) 7m (b) 4m (c) 6m
(d) 10m (e) 11m

23. Four of the following five are alike in certain way and
hence form a group, find the one which does not
belong to that group?
(a) BM (b) BL (c) NL
(d) KN (e) JM

24. Some alphabets are given below. First arrange them
in alphabetical order from left to right then number
them I, II, III, IV, V from left to right.
1) J, P, D, B, S
2) C, M, A, Q, X
3) W, I, T, N, O
Arrange all separately in each number. Which of the
following is in alphabetical order?
(a) Only I and III
(b) Only II and IV
(c) Only II and III
(d) Only III and IV
(e) Only II, III and IV

Direction (25-29): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eleven seats are placed in a single row in which three seats
are vacant. Persons sitting in these seats are facing North.
No two vacant seats are placed adjacent to each other.
Persons are of different ages. Seats are numbered 1 to 11
from West to East.

Note- Two Persons sitting between P and Q doesn’t means
that there are only two seats are placed between them.
There may be vacant seats between them.

Three persons sit between A and B. Person who is 32 years
old sits immediate left of B. D and E are immediate
neighbors of A whose seat number is less than 6. B is as
many years older than H as younger than D. C sits 3
rd
to the
left of A. One person sits between G and F who is 40 years
old. Sum of the age of D and G is 82. H sits immediate left of
one of the vacant seats. Age of H is half the age of the person
who sits at seat number 11. Persons whose age are 26 and
28 years sit at odd numbered seats. D sits left of the person
whose age is 22 years and right of the person whose age is
28 years. No vacant seat is between H and the person
whose age is 22 years.

25. Who among the following sits at seat number 8?
(a) No one  (b) G (c) B
(d) H (e) None of these

26. How many persons are sitting between the persons
whose age are 22 and 35 years?
(a) Four (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Five (e) None of these

27. In which of the following seat the person whose age is
26 years are sitting?
(a) Seat number 3
(b) Seat number 1
(c) Seat number 5
(d) Seat number 7
(e) None of these

28. Which of the following is true regarding C?
(a) C doesn’t sit at seat number 1
(b) One of the vacant seats is not adjacent to C
(c) C’s age is 22 years
(d) Two persons are sitting between A and C
(e) None is true

29. What is the age of the person who sits 2
nd
to the left of
the person whose age is 26 years?
(a) 28 years (b) 22 years (c) 40 years
(d) 50 years (e) None of these

Direction (30-34): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight persons are working in three different cities i.e. Delhi,
Pune, Hyderabad. At least two persons are working in a
city. There are four married couples of two generations.
Number of males and females are equal in each city.

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Note- Married couples are not working in same city. They
have different designations i.e. GM, AGM, CEO, Manager,
Assistant Manager, PO, Clerk, Sub staff (these are in
decreasing order of seniority means GM is senior most and
Sub staff is junior most person).

Only three persons are senior than the only son of B. B
doesn’t work in Pune. E is sister in law of G who is junior
most person. H is son in law of D, who is immediate senior
of A. F is spouse of C and both are not working in Delhi.
There are as many posts above father in law of A as below
sibling of A. Only C and H are working in Hyderabad. Only
PO and Sub staff are working in Delhi. Spouse of E is not
working in Delhi. G is daughter in law of B who is spouse of
D. F is senior than H and junior than C.

30. How many persons are junior than H?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Five (e) None of these

31. Which of the following combination is true?
(a) B-PO-Delhi
(d) F-AGM-Delhi
(e) None is true

32. Who among the following is Assistant Manager?
(a) B (b) D (c) C
(d) F (e) None of these

33. Which of the following is the designation of father of
G?
(a) GM (b) AGM (c) Sub Staff
(d) Manager (e) None of these

34. Who is immediate junior as well as immediate senior
of the persons who are working in Delhi?
(a) G (b) F (c) E
(d) D (e) None of these

35. Statement- The Blue Whale Challenge is reportedly a
suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks
to complete over a period of 50 days and the final task
leads him or her to commit suicide. Taking a serious
view of the Blue Whale Challenge game, the Madras
High Court directed the Central and Tamil Nadu
governments to explore possibilities of banning it.
(I) The Bengal government is planning to introduce
a separate chapter on “Responsible use of
Internet,” in school syllabus in view of regular
reports of school children in the state becoming
(II) The judges suggested to the state DGP and Home
Secretary that severe warning be issued to those
who shared the ‘dangerous’ online game with
others.
(III) The court stressed on the need for creating
awareness among students against playing such
“dangerous” online games in educational
institutions. The bench also said monitoring
should be intensified to prevent further spread
of the game through sharing.
(IV) State government will conduct workshops in
different schools throughout the state to counsel
students on the danger of playing games like
Blue Whale either online or through mobile
applications.
Which of the following will be the preventive course
of action for reducing the impact of suicide game
menace?
(a) Only (III) and (IV)
(b) Only (II) and (III)
(c) Only (I) and (II)
(d) All of the above
(e) None of these

36. Statement- Brushing off the recent two-month
discord with China over Dokalam standoff, India
displayed robust participation at the BRICS meeting
in the Chinese port city of Xiamen. In their first
substantive meeting post the 73-day Dokalam face-
off, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese
President Xi Jinping held "constructive" talks during
which it was reaffirmed that maintaining peace and
tranquillity in the border areas was a pre-requisite for
the development of India-China relations.
Which of the following can be inferred from the given
statement?
(I) Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese
President Xi Jinping held their first substantive
bilateral meeting at the BRICS meeting after the
Dokalam standoff, which had put ties between
the two countries under strain.
(II) Putting behind the Dokalam standoff, India and
China today agreed on a "forward-looking"
approach in their ties and make more efforts to
ensure that such incidents do not recur.
(III) Counter terrorism issues were taken up during
the course of BRICS, which were discussed in this
meeting between Modi - Xi Jinping.
(a) Only I and II
(b) Only II and III
(c) Only I and III
(d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

37. Statement- After the ministerial performance report
and a series of meetings with BJP Chief Amit Shah, PM
Modi on 5
th
July made major strategic changes to his
Cabinet – 19 new minsters were inducted into the
Government, while 5 were sacked. Government
sources conceded that with 2019 Lok Sabha polls
drawing near, the concern within the government
was to ensure last-mile delivery of projects which was
also a reason of this expansion.
Which of the following can be hypothesized from the
given statement?
(I) The Modi government has received criticism
from the Opposition for its failures to meet its
promises, particularly on job growth.
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IBPS PO Mains (Memory Based 2019)

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V of different ages i.e. 6,
15, 19, 23, 30, 45, 60 years are sitting in a circular table
facing towards center.

Note- No two consecutive letters are in alphabetical order.
Person’s age must not be a factor or a multiple of sum of
the ages of their immediate neighbors.

R sits immediate right of the person whose age is 15. One
person sits between T and R (either left or right). One
person sits between P and the person whose age is 6
(either left or right). Age of T is twice the age of the person
who sits 2
nd
to the right of T. Difference between the age of
the immediate neighbors of V is more than 14. Age of U
must not be multiple of 10. Sum of the ages of immediate
neighbors of R is 34. Q is younger than P.

1. What is the age of Q?
(a) 15 (b) 60 (c) 23
(d) 6 (e) None of these

2. Who among the following sits 2
nd
to the left of the
person whose age is 19 years?
(a) U (b) V (c) P
(d) Q (e) None of these

3. Which of the following is true?
(a) S’s age is 60 years
(b) R is younger than Q
(c) U sits immediate right of P
(d) V’s age is 19
(e) None is true

4. What is the position of V with respect to P?
(a) Immediate left
(b) Immediate right
(c) 2
nd
to the left
(d) 2
nd
to the right
(e) None of these

5. Who among the following is oldest person?
(a) Q (b) P (c) U
(d) V (e) None of these

Direction (6-8): Study the following information carefully
and answer the questions given below:
Books which have different number of pages is shown
below with their codes.

Pages Step I Step II Codes
210 42 168 56
60 12 48 16
240 48 192 64
150 30 120 40
180 36 144 48
231 77 154 22
147 49 98 14
273 91 182 26
441 147 294 42
357 119 238 34

If number of pages in different books are 90, 120, 270, 300,
330, 315, 231, 567, 399, 525 then find the codes of these
books as per the above-mentioned operations and placed
these books in two different stores i.e. A and B. Arrange all
codes in ascending order. After arranging the codes, first
five codes are placed in store A and last five are placed in
store B. Now, answer the given questions-

6. Which of the following page book have highest code
in store A?
(a) 315 (b) 120 (c) 399
(d) 525 (e) 567

7. Which of the following pages book is not in store B?
(a) 270 (b) 300 (c) 330
(d) 525 (e) 315

8. What is the difference in the codes of 2
nd
lowest code
in store A and 2
nd
highest code in store B?
(a) 66 (b) 56 (c) 64
(d) 58 (e) None of these

Direction (9-10): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is neither smaller nor equal to Q
P\$Q means P is not smaller than Q
P%Q means P is not greater than Q
P*Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q
P#Q means P is neither greater nor equal to Q

9. Statements: A\$B%F#D, Y@M*F
Conclusion I: B#M  II: A%Y  III: Y@B
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

REASONING ABILITY

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10. Statements: M*J%G\$B#X@L, S%U\$N@M
Conclusion I: S#L  II: J#U  III: G@N
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only III follows
(d) I and III follows
(e) I and II follows

Direction (11-13): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:
P@Q means P is married to Q
P#Q means P is parent of Q
P&Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of same gender
P\$Q means P is sibling of Q and both are of different gender
P+ means P is male
P* means P is female

11. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D is true and D is only
niece of T then, how is Q related to B?
(a) Uncle (b) Aunt (c) Sister
(d) Brother (e) Can’t be determined

12. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how is J related to N?
(a) Grandfather
(b) Grand mother
(c) Grand son
(d) Granddaughter
(e) Can’t be determined

13. If J@F*#T\$R, V@R+#B&A, F#Q#D, Q+@W#N is true
and D is only niece of T then, how many male
members are in the family?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Seven (e) Six

Direction (14-17): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Thirteen boxes of different colors are placed one above
another in alphabetical order either from bottom or from
top. Each box contains different number of toffees which is
multiple of 13. Maximum toffees in a box is 169.

There are equal number of boxes are placed above as well
as below J. Two boxes are placed between box J and the
Pink colored box. Five Boxes are placed between Pink and
Yellow colored box. Box which have 13 toffees is placed
just below Yellow colored box. Black colored box is placed
just above Red colored box and just below the box which
have 169 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed
above Red colored box as below the box which have 13
toffees. White colored box is placed just above the box
which have 65 toffees and just below the box which have
104 toffees. There are as many boxes are placed between
the boxes which have 13 and 52 toffees as between the
boxes which have 52 and 104 toffees. Two boxes are placed
between Blue colored box which doesn’t have 13 toffees
and Green colored box which is placed just below J.

14. If box F have 13 toffees, then which of the following is
Pink colored box?
(a) M
(b) Box which have 52 toffees
(c) G
(d) Box which have 169 toffees
(e) Can’t be determined

15. What is the sum of the toffees of Blue and Green
colored box?
(a) 273 (b) 156 (c) 117
(d) 65 (e) Can’t be determined

16. If M is Yellow colored box and sum of toffees in box O
and D is equal to the sum of toffees in box H and L
then, what is difference between the toffees of box L
and O?
(a) 52 (b) 78  (c) 65
(d) 91 (e) Can’t be determined

17. Which of the following colored box have 52 toffees?
(a) Red (b) Pink (c) Blue
(d) Green (e) None of these

18. Statement: “The simplest and the most cost effective
furniture and get 25% to 33% off on the new
company.
Assumptions
I. Now-a-days, there is no demand for furniture
products unless some attractive scheme is
offered.
II. Some customers always desire to have best
quality and do not bother either for cost or for
convenience.
III. Some customers want to keep their home up-to-
date with reasonable cost and with fewer hassles.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) Only II is implicit
(c) Only III is implicit
(d) I and II are implicit
(e) None of these

19. Statement: The situation of this area still continues to
be tense and out of control. People are requested to
be in their homes only.
Assumptions
I. There had been some serious incidents.
II. People will not go to the office.
III. Normally will be restored shortly.
(a) Only I is implicit
(b) I and II are implicit
(c) None is implicit
(d) I and III are implicit
(e) All are implicit

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20. Statement: Should the consumption of aerated
drinks be banned in India?
Arguments:
I. Yes, this is the only way to reduce the risk of
exposing people to some diseases.
II. No, each individual should have right to choose
what he wants.
III. No, there is no confirmed evidence that such
products have adverse effects on human body.
IV. Yes, it is banned in many other countries also.
(a) Only I is strong
(b) I and II are strong
(c) Only III is strong
(d) I and IV are strong
(e) All are strong

Direction (21-23): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

P@Q means P is East of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P#Q means P is West of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
P&Q means P is North of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 4m or 15m
P%Q means P is South of Q and the distance between P and
Q is either 7m or 18m
J&K#L%M, B&N#M, BN<MN<KL, JK>ML

21. What is the direction of K with respect to B?
(a) North-west (b) South-west (c) North-east
(d) South-east (e) Can’t be determined

22. If X is 11m West of B then, what is the distance
between X and J?
(a) 7m (b) 4m (c) 6m
(d) 10m (e) 11m

23. Four of the following five are alike in certain way and
hence form a group, find the one which does not
belong to that group?
(a) BM (b) BL (c) NL
(d) KN (e) JM

24. Some alphabets are given below. First arrange them
in alphabetical order from left to right then number
them I, II, III, IV, V from left to right.
1) J, P, D, B, S
2) C, M, A, Q, X
3) W, I, T, N, O
Arrange all separately in each number. Which of the
following is in alphabetical order?
(a) Only I and III
(b) Only II and IV
(c) Only II and III
(d) Only III and IV
(e) Only II, III and IV

Direction (25-29): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eleven seats are placed in a single row in which three seats
are vacant. Persons sitting in these seats are facing North.
No two vacant seats are placed adjacent to each other.
Persons are of different ages. Seats are numbered 1 to 11
from West to East.

Note- Two Persons sitting between P and Q doesn’t means
that there are only two seats are placed between them.
There may be vacant seats between them.

Three persons sit between A and B. Person who is 32 years
old sits immediate left of B. D and E are immediate
neighbors of A whose seat number is less than 6. B is as
many years older than H as younger than D. C sits 3
rd
to the
left of A. One person sits between G and F who is 40 years
old. Sum of the age of D and G is 82. H sits immediate left of
one of the vacant seats. Age of H is half the age of the person
who sits at seat number 11. Persons whose age are 26 and
28 years sit at odd numbered seats. D sits left of the person
whose age is 22 years and right of the person whose age is
28 years. No vacant seat is between H and the person
whose age is 22 years.

25. Who among the following sits at seat number 8?
(a) No one  (b) G (c) B
(d) H (e) None of these

26. How many persons are sitting between the persons
whose age are 22 and 35 years?
(a) Four (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Five (e) None of these

27. In which of the following seat the person whose age is
26 years are sitting?
(a) Seat number 3
(b) Seat number 1
(c) Seat number 5
(d) Seat number 7
(e) None of these

28. Which of the following is true regarding C?
(a) C doesn’t sit at seat number 1
(b) One of the vacant seats is not adjacent to C
(c) C’s age is 22 years
(d) Two persons are sitting between A and C
(e) None is true

29. What is the age of the person who sits 2
nd
to the left of
the person whose age is 26 years?
(a) 28 years (b) 22 years (c) 40 years
(d) 50 years (e) None of these

Direction (30-34): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight persons are working in three different cities i.e. Delhi,
Pune, Hyderabad. At least two persons are working in a
city. There are four married couples of two generations.
Number of males and females are equal in each city.

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Note- Married couples are not working in same city. They
have different designations i.e. GM, AGM, CEO, Manager,
Assistant Manager, PO, Clerk, Sub staff (these are in
decreasing order of seniority means GM is senior most and
Sub staff is junior most person).

Only three persons are senior than the only son of B. B
doesn’t work in Pune. E is sister in law of G who is junior
most person. H is son in law of D, who is immediate senior
of A. F is spouse of C and both are not working in Delhi.
There are as many posts above father in law of A as below
sibling of A. Only C and H are working in Hyderabad. Only
PO and Sub staff are working in Delhi. Spouse of E is not
working in Delhi. G is daughter in law of B who is spouse of
D. F is senior than H and junior than C.

30. How many persons are junior than H?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Five (e) None of these

31. Which of the following combination is true?
(a) B-PO-Delhi
(d) F-AGM-Delhi
(e) None is true

32. Who among the following is Assistant Manager?
(a) B (b) D (c) C
(d) F (e) None of these

33. Which of the following is the designation of father of
G?
(a) GM (b) AGM (c) Sub Staff
(d) Manager (e) None of these

34. Who is immediate junior as well as immediate senior
of the persons who are working in Delhi?
(a) G (b) F (c) E
(d) D (e) None of these

35. Statement- The Blue Whale Challenge is reportedly a
suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks
to complete over a period of 50 days and the final task
leads him or her to commit suicide. Taking a serious
view of the Blue Whale Challenge game, the Madras
High Court directed the Central and Tamil Nadu
governments to explore possibilities of banning it.
(I) The Bengal government is planning to introduce
a separate chapter on “Responsible use of
Internet,” in school syllabus in view of regular
reports of school children in the state becoming
(II) The judges suggested to the state DGP and Home
Secretary that severe warning be issued to those
who shared the ‘dangerous’ online game with
others.
(III) The court stressed on the need for creating
awareness among students against playing such
“dangerous” online games in educational
institutions. The bench also said monitoring
should be intensified to prevent further spread
of the game through sharing.
(IV) State government will conduct workshops in
different schools throughout the state to counsel
students on the danger of playing games like
Blue Whale either online or through mobile
applications.
Which of the following will be the preventive course
of action for reducing the impact of suicide game
menace?
(a) Only (III) and (IV)
(b) Only (II) and (III)
(c) Only (I) and (II)
(d) All of the above
(e) None of these

36. Statement- Brushing off the recent two-month
discord with China over Dokalam standoff, India
displayed robust participation at the BRICS meeting
in the Chinese port city of Xiamen. In their first
substantive meeting post the 73-day Dokalam face-
off, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese
President Xi Jinping held "constructive" talks during
which it was reaffirmed that maintaining peace and
tranquillity in the border areas was a pre-requisite for
the development of India-China relations.
Which of the following can be inferred from the given
statement?
(I) Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese
President Xi Jinping held their first substantive
bilateral meeting at the BRICS meeting after the
Dokalam standoff, which had put ties between
the two countries under strain.
(II) Putting behind the Dokalam standoff, India and
China today agreed on a "forward-looking"
approach in their ties and make more efforts to
ensure that such incidents do not recur.
(III) Counter terrorism issues were taken up during
the course of BRICS, which were discussed in this
meeting between Modi - Xi Jinping.
(a) Only I and II
(b) Only II and III
(c) Only I and III
(d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

37. Statement- After the ministerial performance report
and a series of meetings with BJP Chief Amit Shah, PM
Modi on 5
th
July made major strategic changes to his
Cabinet – 19 new minsters were inducted into the
Government, while 5 were sacked. Government
sources conceded that with 2019 Lok Sabha polls
drawing near, the concern within the government
was to ensure last-mile delivery of projects which was
also a reason of this expansion.
Which of the following can be hypothesized from the
given statement?
(I) The Modi government has received criticism
from the Opposition for its failures to meet its
promises, particularly on job growth.

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(II) This Cabinet reshuffles and expansions can
generally be categorised as tactical or strategic.
(III) The makeover of the union cabinet shows the
BJP has a clear eye on the coming 2019 Lok
Sabha showdown.
(a) Only (I) and (III)
(b) Only (II) and (I)
(c) Only (III) and (II)
(d) Only (II)
(e) None of these

Direction (38-40): Study the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below:

Phrase Step I Step II Step III Step IV
lost all
important
contacts
tosl lla
tmportani
sontactc
os5
la2 ti8
ta9
pr# kb@
sj@ sb#
rb#
ks@
divert
metro
work
traffic
tiverd
oetrm
korw
craffit
ve7
om4
or5
ct6
uf# pl@
pq# bs@
fq#
pb@
order
statue
again
rrdeo
etatus
deceiver
ngaia
ro4
at7 ei9
na4
qp@ bs#
fj# mb@
qm@
sj#

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in
each of the following questions the appropriate step for the
given phrase.
Phrase- recover that device issue

38. What is the step IV of this phrase?
(a) qf# gj@ (b) qj# bu@ (c) qf# bj@
(d) bj# qf@ (e) None of these

39. What is the 2
nd
element from left in step III?
(a) qq# (b) gb# (c) qg@
(d) qb# (e) None of these

40. What is the sum of the numbers in 2
nd
and 4
th
element
from left in step II?
(a) 8 (b) 7 (c) 9
(d) 6 (e) None of these

Directions (41-45): Read the following information
carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Eight persons R@, R#, R\$, R&, R%, R*, R© and R? are
sitting around a hollow circular table such that R&, R\$, R#
and R? sit on the inner side of the table and the rest are
sitting on the outer side of the circular table and they all
are facing away from the center. The persons sitting on the
inner side of the circular table are sitting just behind the
persons sitting on the outer side of the circular table and
all are graduated from different universities i.e. HTS, UGI,
LPU, HNB, KPJ, UPI, NIT and FPT. All the information is not
necessarily in the same order.

The one who is graduated from KPJ sits just behind the one
who sits second to the left of the one who is graduated from
UPI. R? sits just behind the R*. R% who is graduated from
UGI sits opposite to the one who sits at the immediate left
of R©. R& is not graduated from FPT. The one who is
graduated from HTS sits at the immediate left of the one
KPJ sits just behind the R©. R? sits at the immediate right
of R&. The persons who are graduated from FPT and HNB
are sitting on the same table and sit opposite to each other.
R& sits just behind the one who is graduated from UGI. R\$

41. Who among the following is graduated from HTS?
(a) R@ (b) R? (c) R&
(d) R# (e) None of these

42. Which among the following statement is not true?
(a) R? is graduated from NIT
(b) R\$ sits just behind the one who is graduated from
LPU
(c) R# is graduated from FPT
(d) R% sits at the outer circular table
(e) All are true

43. How many persons are sitting between R* and R%
when counted from right of R*?
(a) One (b) Two (c) None
(d) None of these (e) Can’t be determined

44. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
and hence form a group, which of the following does
not belong to the group?
(a) R% (b) R© (c) R*
(d) R? (e) R@

45. Who among the following is sitting third to the right
of the one who is sitting just behind the R©?
(a) The one who is graduated from KPJ
(b) R&
(c) The one who is sitting at the immediate left of R\$
(d) R?
(e) None of these

Directions (46-50): Given data is regarding three
automatic toys on two types of movements: Neck
movements (NM) and Hand rotation (HR). It starts
recording from 9 AM onwards on 12 June. Each toy has
different battery percentage and battery capacity.
Toy A: Battery Capacity = 1500 units, Battery Percent
= 80%
At every 4
th
NM and 3
rd
HR together, 1 unit of battery is
consumed. Toy A gets completely discharged at 11 AM.
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
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