IBPS PO 2020: Mains Question Paper

# IBPS PO 2020: Mains Question Paper - IBPS PO Mock Test Series & Past Year Papers - Banking Exams

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IBPS PO Mains Previous Year Paper 2020

Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully

Twelve persons were born on two dates either 7
th
or 16
th

of six different months of a year viz. January, March, June,
July, September, and October but not necessarily in the
same order. The persons whose name starts with a letter
before the letter ’ M ’ were born in the first half of the year
and the persons whose name starts with a letter after the
letter ’ M ’ were born in the second half of the year. All
letters are according to the English alphabet series.
Example- If a person name is Rajesh then he will be born in
the second half of the year. The person whose name
consists of even number of letters after counting the
number of letters is born on an odd numbered date and
Vice-Versa. Example- If a person name is ‘ R ames h ’ then he
will be born on an odd number date (i.e 7) because the sum
of number of letters is 6.

Only two persons were born between Pranav and Kumar.
The number of persons born before Gaurav is same as born
after Yaati. Only four persons were born between Kunal
and Gaurav. The number of persons born between Kunal
and Sriti is one more than the persons born between Puja
and Ram. Ayush was born before Kishan and Gopi. Puja was
born in the month of having 31 days. Not more than two
persons were born between Kishan and Ram. Swathi is one
of the persons.

1. The number of persons born between Yaati and Sriti is
same as persons born between ____ and ____?
(a) Kunal and Swathi
(b) Kumar and Puja
(c) Pranav and Kishan
(d) Kumar and Gaurav
(e) None of these

2. How many persons were born between Kumar and
Sriti?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Six (e) Five

3. On which date Gaurav was born?
(a) 7
th
January
(b) 16
th
January
(c) 16
th
March
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
based on a group, which among the following does not
belong to that group?
(a) Ayush (b) Gopi (c) Kumar
(d) Ram (e)  Kunal

5. Which of the following statement is true?
I.  Gopi was born before Kishan
II.  Kunal was born in the March month
III.  Three persons were born between Ayush and
Kunal
(a) Both I and II (b) Only III (c) All I, II and III
(d) Only II (e) Both I and III

Directions (6-10): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

A number arrangement machine when given an input line
of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule.
The following is an illustration of input and
rearrangements.

Input: stadium language lunatic ambition condition
consonant
Step I:  stadium lunatic language consonant condition
ambition
Step II: ttadiun munatid manguagf  donsonanu donditioo
bmbitioo
bbiimoot
Step IV:  bejouuv bejnouv bbghhnov beooopptv eejjopppu
ccjjnppu
Step V:  bbghhnov bejnouv bejouuv beooopptv ccjjnppu
eejjopppu
Step V  is the last step of the rearrangements, Based on the
following logic rearrange the given input.
Input: dangerous duplicate murder cannot survive
triangle

6. In which step ‘ e f o st v ’ will appear before the final step?
(a) Step III (b) Step II (c) Step IV
(d) Step I (e) None of these

7. What will be the Step III of the given input?
(c) bdegruz firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu
(d) afgilnru firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu adnnou
(e) None of these

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IBPS PO Mains Previous Year Paper 2020

Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully

Twelve persons were born on two dates either 7
th
or 16
th

of six different months of a year viz. January, March, June,
July, September, and October but not necessarily in the
same order. The persons whose name starts with a letter
before the letter ’ M ’ were born in the first half of the year
and the persons whose name starts with a letter after the
letter ’ M ’ were born in the second half of the year. All
letters are according to the English alphabet series.
Example- If a person name is Rajesh then he will be born in
the second half of the year. The person whose name
consists of even number of letters after counting the
number of letters is born on an odd numbered date and
Vice-Versa. Example- If a person name is ‘ R ames h ’ then he
will be born on an odd number date (i.e 7) because the sum
of number of letters is 6.

Only two persons were born between Pranav and Kumar.
The number of persons born before Gaurav is same as born
after Yaati. Only four persons were born between Kunal
and Gaurav. The number of persons born between Kunal
and Sriti is one more than the persons born between Puja
and Ram. Ayush was born before Kishan and Gopi. Puja was
born in the month of having 31 days. Not more than two
persons were born between Kishan and Ram. Swathi is one
of the persons.

1. The number of persons born between Yaati and Sriti is
same as persons born between ____ and ____?
(a) Kunal and Swathi
(b) Kumar and Puja
(c) Pranav and Kishan
(d) Kumar and Gaurav
(e) None of these

2. How many persons were born between Kumar and
Sriti?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Six (e) Five

3. On which date Gaurav was born?
(a) 7
th
January
(b) 16
th
January
(c) 16
th
March
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
based on a group, which among the following does not
belong to that group?
(a) Ayush (b) Gopi (c) Kumar
(d) Ram (e)  Kunal

5. Which of the following statement is true?
I.  Gopi was born before Kishan
II.  Kunal was born in the March month
III.  Three persons were born between Ayush and
Kunal
(a) Both I and II (b) Only III (c) All I, II and III
(d) Only II (e) Both I and III

Directions (6-10): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

A number arrangement machine when given an input line
of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule.
The following is an illustration of input and
rearrangements.

Input: stadium language lunatic ambition condition
consonant
Step I:  stadium lunatic language consonant condition
ambition
Step II: ttadiun munatid manguagf  donsonanu donditioo
bmbitioo
bbiimoot
Step IV:  bejouuv bejnouv bbghhnov beooopptv eejjopppu
ccjjnppu
Step V:  bbghhnov bejnouv bejouuv beooopptv ccjjnppu
eejjopppu
Step V  is the last step of the rearrangements, Based on the
following logic rearrange the given input.
Input: dangerous duplicate murder cannot survive
triangle

6. In which step ‘ e f o st v ’ will appear before the final step?
(a) Step III (b) Step II (c) Step IV
(d) Step I (e) None of these

7. What will be the Step III of the given input?
(c) bdegruz firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu
(d) afgilnru firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu adnnou
(e) None of these

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8. What is the position of ‘ b e o o pv ’ from left end in Step
IV?
(a) Second (b) Third (c) Fourth
(d) Fifth (e) None of these

9. What will be the last step of the given input?
(a) bdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv bfostv
gjsuvww
(b) befgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(c) cdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(d) bdfgjmquv beoopv bffhopsuv bghjmosv efostv
gjsuvww
(e) None of these

10. Which words are immediate left and immediate right
of ‘ nu r des ’ in Step II respectively?
(a) uragedz turvivf
(b) eangerout dannou
(c) euplicatf eangerout
(d) turvivf , euplicatf
(e) None of these

Directions (11-13): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W lives in a building of
eight floors such that the topmost floor is numbered as 8
and the lowermost floor is numbered as 1 but not
necessarily in the same order. They shops on eight
different e-commerce websites viz. Flipkart, Ajio, Myntra,
Jabong, Amazon, Shopclues, Jiomart, and Tata Cliq but not
necessarily in the same order.

The one who shops on Flipkart lives immediately above the
one who shops on Shopclues. Neither V nor P shops on
Flipkart, Tata Cliq and Myntra. Three persons live between
V and S, who lives below V and also does not shops on
Jabong. Only three persons live between W and R, who
shops on Amazon. R lives on one of the even numbered
floor above W and Q, who does not shops on Flipkart and
Myntra and also does not live on the second floor. Two
persons live between Q and the one who shops on Jabong.
Three persons live between the one who shops on Jabong
and the one who shops on Ajio. The number of persons
living between the one who shops on Jabong and R is same
as the number of persons living between the one who
shops on Ajio and P. T lives on one of the floors below U.
Both W and Q live on the even numbered floor.

11. Who among the following lives on the fourth floor?
(a) S (b) Q
(c) The one who shops on Shopclues
(d) U (e) Both (b) and (c)

12. Who among the following shops on JioMart?
(a) V (b) R (c) S
(d) T (e) None of these

13. How many persons live between the one who shops on
JioMart and the one who shops on Ajio?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) None (e) Four

Directions (14-17): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are born on seven
different dates in a year but not necessarily in the same
order and they like different fruits. There is a gap of three
days between the birth dates of every person. Ex- If R was
born on 12
th
May then the person born immediately after
R and immediately before R should be born a gap of 3 days.
F was born on 16
th
June. Only two persons were born
before F. The number of persons born before D, who likes
Apple is equal to the number of persons born after G, who
likes Guava. Only one person was born between G and A,
who likes Oranges. B does not like Kiwi was born one of the
dates before E but after C. B was not born after A. E does
not like Grapes, Peach, and Kiwi. F does not like Peach,
Kiwi, and Pear.

14. Who among the following was born on 28
th
June?
(a) The one who likes Pear
(b) B
(c) The one who likes Peach
(d) E
(e) Both (a) and (d)

15. Who among the following was born just after the one
who likes Grapes?
(a) A
(b) The one who likes Peach
(c) The one who likes Kiwi
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these

16. How many persons were born between the one who
likes Guava and the one who likes Grapes?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

17. Who among the following was born on 2
nd
July?
(a) G (b) D (c) E
(d) None of these (e) Either (a) or (b)

Directions (18-20): Each of the questions below consists
of a question and two statements numbered I, and II given
below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in
all the statements and answer the following questions.
(a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient
(b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient
(c) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II
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IBPS PO Mains Previous Year Paper 2020

Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully

Twelve persons were born on two dates either 7
th
or 16
th

of six different months of a year viz. January, March, June,
July, September, and October but not necessarily in the
same order. The persons whose name starts with a letter
before the letter ’ M ’ were born in the first half of the year
and the persons whose name starts with a letter after the
letter ’ M ’ were born in the second half of the year. All
letters are according to the English alphabet series.
Example- If a person name is Rajesh then he will be born in
the second half of the year. The person whose name
consists of even number of letters after counting the
number of letters is born on an odd numbered date and
Vice-Versa. Example- If a person name is ‘ R ames h ’ then he
will be born on an odd number date (i.e 7) because the sum
of number of letters is 6.

Only two persons were born between Pranav and Kumar.
The number of persons born before Gaurav is same as born
after Yaati. Only four persons were born between Kunal
and Gaurav. The number of persons born between Kunal
and Sriti is one more than the persons born between Puja
and Ram. Ayush was born before Kishan and Gopi. Puja was
born in the month of having 31 days. Not more than two
persons were born between Kishan and Ram. Swathi is one
of the persons.

1. The number of persons born between Yaati and Sriti is
same as persons born between ____ and ____?
(a) Kunal and Swathi
(b) Kumar and Puja
(c) Pranav and Kishan
(d) Kumar and Gaurav
(e) None of these

2. How many persons were born between Kumar and
Sriti?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Six (e) Five

3. On which date Gaurav was born?
(a) 7
th
January
(b) 16
th
January
(c) 16
th
March
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
based on a group, which among the following does not
belong to that group?
(a) Ayush (b) Gopi (c) Kumar
(d) Ram (e)  Kunal

5. Which of the following statement is true?
I.  Gopi was born before Kishan
II.  Kunal was born in the March month
III.  Three persons were born between Ayush and
Kunal
(a) Both I and II (b) Only III (c) All I, II and III
(d) Only II (e) Both I and III

Directions (6-10): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

A number arrangement machine when given an input line
of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule.
The following is an illustration of input and
rearrangements.

Input: stadium language lunatic ambition condition
consonant
Step I:  stadium lunatic language consonant condition
ambition
Step II: ttadiun munatid manguagf  donsonanu donditioo
bmbitioo
bbiimoot
Step IV:  bejouuv bejnouv bbghhnov beooopptv eejjopppu
ccjjnppu
Step V:  bbghhnov bejnouv bejouuv beooopptv ccjjnppu
eejjopppu
Step V  is the last step of the rearrangements, Based on the
following logic rearrange the given input.
Input: dangerous duplicate murder cannot survive
triangle

6. In which step ‘ e f o st v ’ will appear before the final step?
(a) Step III (b) Step II (c) Step IV
(d) Step I (e) None of these

7. What will be the Step III of the given input?
(c) bdegruz firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu
(d) afgilnru firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu adnnou
(e) None of these

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8. What is the position of ‘ b e o o pv ’ from left end in Step
IV?
(a) Second (b) Third (c) Fourth
(d) Fifth (e) None of these

9. What will be the last step of the given input?
(a) bdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv bfostv
gjsuvww
(b) befgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(c) cdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(d) bdfgjmquv beoopv bffhopsuv bghjmosv efostv
gjsuvww
(e) None of these

10. Which words are immediate left and immediate right
of ‘ nu r des ’ in Step II respectively?
(a) uragedz turvivf
(b) eangerout dannou
(c) euplicatf eangerout
(d) turvivf , euplicatf
(e) None of these

Directions (11-13): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W lives in a building of
eight floors such that the topmost floor is numbered as 8
and the lowermost floor is numbered as 1 but not
necessarily in the same order. They shops on eight
different e-commerce websites viz. Flipkart, Ajio, Myntra,
Jabong, Amazon, Shopclues, Jiomart, and Tata Cliq but not
necessarily in the same order.

The one who shops on Flipkart lives immediately above the
one who shops on Shopclues. Neither V nor P shops on
Flipkart, Tata Cliq and Myntra. Three persons live between
V and S, who lives below V and also does not shops on
Jabong. Only three persons live between W and R, who
shops on Amazon. R lives on one of the even numbered
floor above W and Q, who does not shops on Flipkart and
Myntra and also does not live on the second floor. Two
persons live between Q and the one who shops on Jabong.
Three persons live between the one who shops on Jabong
and the one who shops on Ajio. The number of persons
living between the one who shops on Jabong and R is same
as the number of persons living between the one who
shops on Ajio and P. T lives on one of the floors below U.
Both W and Q live on the even numbered floor.

11. Who among the following lives on the fourth floor?
(a) S (b) Q
(c) The one who shops on Shopclues
(d) U (e) Both (b) and (c)

12. Who among the following shops on JioMart?
(a) V (b) R (c) S
(d) T (e) None of these

13. How many persons live between the one who shops on
JioMart and the one who shops on Ajio?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) None (e) Four

Directions (14-17): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are born on seven
different dates in a year but not necessarily in the same
order and they like different fruits. There is a gap of three
days between the birth dates of every person. Ex- If R was
born on 12
th
May then the person born immediately after
R and immediately before R should be born a gap of 3 days.
F was born on 16
th
June. Only two persons were born
before F. The number of persons born before D, who likes
Apple is equal to the number of persons born after G, who
likes Guava. Only one person was born between G and A,
who likes Oranges. B does not like Kiwi was born one of the
dates before E but after C. B was not born after A. E does
not like Grapes, Peach, and Kiwi. F does not like Peach,
Kiwi, and Pear.

14. Who among the following was born on 28
th
June?
(a) The one who likes Pear
(b) B
(c) The one who likes Peach
(d) E
(e) Both (a) and (d)

15. Who among the following was born just after the one
who likes Grapes?
(a) A
(b) The one who likes Peach
(c) The one who likes Kiwi
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these

16. How many persons were born between the one who
likes Guava and the one who likes Grapes?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

17. Who among the following was born on 2
nd
July?
(a) G (b) D (c) E
(d) None of these (e) Either (a) or (b)

Directions (18-20): Each of the questions below consists
of a question and two statements numbered I, and II given
below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in
all the statements and answer the following questions.
(a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient
(b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient
(c) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II

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(d) If the data given in both I and II together are not
sufficient
(e) If the data in both the statements I and II together are

18. Eight boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are arranged one
above the other but not necessarily in the same order.
Which of the following box is placed just below the box
U?
Statements I:  More than three boxes are placed
between S and T, which is placed
below the box S. Box Q and S are
placed adjacent to each other. Two
boxes are placed between U and Q.
Only one box is placed between P and
T.
Statements II: One box is placed between Q and R.
Two boxes are placed between P and
Q. One box is placed between T and R.
Box P does not adjacent to box T. Box
U is placed exactly in between the
boxes P and the box which is placed
just above the box R.

19. Eight members A, B, M, N, O, P, Q and R are living in the
family. In which only two married couples. How is N
related to P?
Statements I:  A is the sister-in-law of P, who is the
mother-in-law Q. R is the parent of A,
who is unmarried. B is the father of N.
Q is not the wife of N. N, who is
married is not sibling of A.
Statements II:  A is married to B. N is the father of O.
A is the father of M. M is the sibling of
N.

20. In a certain code language. How is “U tili ty” coded in the
given code language?
Statements I:  “man power r equ i r ed ” is coded as
“N1 2 E23 G 15 ” and “p o wer sector
so u r ce” is coded as “N 12 D21 Q 1 7”
and “man utility so u r c e” is coded as
“E 2 3 L14 Q 1 7” and “ g l o bal sector
r equ i r ed” is coded as “T3 4 D21 G 1 5”
Statements II:  “I ndi a n capital i n co m e” is coded as
“W2 1 B14 S 3 1” and “ so u r ce of
cap i ta l” is coded as “ Q 17 M29 B 14 ”
and “i nco me utility s o u r ce ” is coded
as “S 3 1 L14 Q 17 ” and “cap i ta l income
su r pl u s” is coded as “B 14 S31 F1 8” `

Directions (21-24): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, P, R, and S are related to Q in some
manner. They all are sitting around a circular table such
that some of them are facing the inside and some of them
are facing outside. They all have different profession viz.
Banker, Writer, Singer, Doctor, Nurse, Dancer, Engineer,
and Teacher but not necessarily in the same order. One
person has only one profession. Not more than four
persons face same direction.

The singer sits second to the right of Q. Three persons sit
between A, who d o e sn’ t sit near to Banker and the one who
is Nurse. D is an Engineer. P sits opposite to Q, who is a
Banker. C is a female but she is not a dancer. The teacher
and the writer face inside. The one who is Brother of Q sits
second to the left of Banker. Two persons sit between S,
who is a doctor and brother of Q. D is the mother of Q and
she sits opposite to S. D’ s Daughter sits third to the left of
D. A is the father of Q, who is a female. Both C and R is
children of P, who is married to Q. B and R are the male
members. B who faces inside sits opposite to the Dancer.
The Writer sits second to the right of the Dancer. The
Singer is married to the Doctor. S is the sister-in-law of Q.
R does not sit immediate left of S.

21. How is the Singer related to the Nurse?
(a) Aunt (b) Uncle (c) Father
(d) Mother (e) None of these

22. How is the Teacher related to the Engineer?
(a) Wife (b) Husband (c) Nephew
(d) Daughter (e) None of these

23. How many persons sit between the Doctor and
Engineer, when counted from the right of Engineer?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

24. What is the profession of the person who sits second to
the right of S?
(a) Banker (b) Singer (c) Dancer
(d) Nurse (e) Teacher

25. Google is trying to turn its search engine into an
employment engine. Job hunters will be able to go to
Google and see help-wanted listings that its search
engine collects across the internet. The results will aim
to streamline such listings by eliminating duplicate
jobs posted on different sites. Google will also show
employer ratings from current and former workers, as
well as typical commute times to job locations.
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Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully

Twelve persons were born on two dates either 7
th
or 16
th

of six different months of a year viz. January, March, June,
July, September, and October but not necessarily in the
same order. The persons whose name starts with a letter
before the letter ’ M ’ were born in the first half of the year
and the persons whose name starts with a letter after the
letter ’ M ’ were born in the second half of the year. All
letters are according to the English alphabet series.
Example- If a person name is Rajesh then he will be born in
the second half of the year. The person whose name
consists of even number of letters after counting the
number of letters is born on an odd numbered date and
Vice-Versa. Example- If a person name is ‘ R ames h ’ then he
will be born on an odd number date (i.e 7) because the sum
of number of letters is 6.

Only two persons were born between Pranav and Kumar.
The number of persons born before Gaurav is same as born
after Yaati. Only four persons were born between Kunal
and Gaurav. The number of persons born between Kunal
and Sriti is one more than the persons born between Puja
and Ram. Ayush was born before Kishan and Gopi. Puja was
born in the month of having 31 days. Not more than two
persons were born between Kishan and Ram. Swathi is one
of the persons.

1. The number of persons born between Yaati and Sriti is
same as persons born between ____ and ____?
(a) Kunal and Swathi
(b) Kumar and Puja
(c) Pranav and Kishan
(d) Kumar and Gaurav
(e) None of these

2. How many persons were born between Kumar and
Sriti?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Six (e) Five

3. On which date Gaurav was born?
(a) 7
th
January
(b) 16
th
January
(c) 16
th
March
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
based on a group, which among the following does not
belong to that group?
(a) Ayush (b) Gopi (c) Kumar
(d) Ram (e)  Kunal

5. Which of the following statement is true?
I.  Gopi was born before Kishan
II.  Kunal was born in the March month
III.  Three persons were born between Ayush and
Kunal
(a) Both I and II (b) Only III (c) All I, II and III
(d) Only II (e) Both I and III

Directions (6-10): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

A number arrangement machine when given an input line
of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule.
The following is an illustration of input and
rearrangements.

Input: stadium language lunatic ambition condition
consonant
Step I:  stadium lunatic language consonant condition
ambition
Step II: ttadiun munatid manguagf  donsonanu donditioo
bmbitioo
bbiimoot
Step IV:  bejouuv bejnouv bbghhnov beooopptv eejjopppu
ccjjnppu
Step V:  bbghhnov bejnouv bejouuv beooopptv ccjjnppu
eejjopppu
Step V  is the last step of the rearrangements, Based on the
following logic rearrange the given input.
Input: dangerous duplicate murder cannot survive
triangle

6. In which step ‘ e f o st v ’ will appear before the final step?
(a) Step III (b) Step II (c) Step IV
(d) Step I (e) None of these

7. What will be the Step III of the given input?
(c) bdegruz firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu
(d) afgilnru firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu adnnou
(e) None of these

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8. What is the position of ‘ b e o o pv ’ from left end in Step
IV?
(a) Second (b) Third (c) Fourth
(d) Fifth (e) None of these

9. What will be the last step of the given input?
(a) bdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv bfostv
gjsuvww
(b) befgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(c) cdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(d) bdfgjmquv beoopv bffhopsuv bghjmosv efostv
gjsuvww
(e) None of these

10. Which words are immediate left and immediate right
of ‘ nu r des ’ in Step II respectively?
(a) uragedz turvivf
(b) eangerout dannou
(c) euplicatf eangerout
(d) turvivf , euplicatf
(e) None of these

Directions (11-13): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W lives in a building of
eight floors such that the topmost floor is numbered as 8
and the lowermost floor is numbered as 1 but not
necessarily in the same order. They shops on eight
different e-commerce websites viz. Flipkart, Ajio, Myntra,
Jabong, Amazon, Shopclues, Jiomart, and Tata Cliq but not
necessarily in the same order.

The one who shops on Flipkart lives immediately above the
one who shops on Shopclues. Neither V nor P shops on
Flipkart, Tata Cliq and Myntra. Three persons live between
V and S, who lives below V and also does not shops on
Jabong. Only three persons live between W and R, who
shops on Amazon. R lives on one of the even numbered
floor above W and Q, who does not shops on Flipkart and
Myntra and also does not live on the second floor. Two
persons live between Q and the one who shops on Jabong.
Three persons live between the one who shops on Jabong
and the one who shops on Ajio. The number of persons
living between the one who shops on Jabong and R is same
as the number of persons living between the one who
shops on Ajio and P. T lives on one of the floors below U.
Both W and Q live on the even numbered floor.

11. Who among the following lives on the fourth floor?
(a) S (b) Q
(c) The one who shops on Shopclues
(d) U (e) Both (b) and (c)

12. Who among the following shops on JioMart?
(a) V (b) R (c) S
(d) T (e) None of these

13. How many persons live between the one who shops on
JioMart and the one who shops on Ajio?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) None (e) Four

Directions (14-17): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are born on seven
different dates in a year but not necessarily in the same
order and they like different fruits. There is a gap of three
days between the birth dates of every person. Ex- If R was
born on 12
th
May then the person born immediately after
R and immediately before R should be born a gap of 3 days.
F was born on 16
th
June. Only two persons were born
before F. The number of persons born before D, who likes
Apple is equal to the number of persons born after G, who
likes Guava. Only one person was born between G and A,
who likes Oranges. B does not like Kiwi was born one of the
dates before E but after C. B was not born after A. E does
not like Grapes, Peach, and Kiwi. F does not like Peach,
Kiwi, and Pear.

14. Who among the following was born on 28
th
June?
(a) The one who likes Pear
(b) B
(c) The one who likes Peach
(d) E
(e) Both (a) and (d)

15. Who among the following was born just after the one
who likes Grapes?
(a) A
(b) The one who likes Peach
(c) The one who likes Kiwi
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these

16. How many persons were born between the one who
likes Guava and the one who likes Grapes?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

17. Who among the following was born on 2
nd
July?
(a) G (b) D (c) E
(d) None of these (e) Either (a) or (b)

Directions (18-20): Each of the questions below consists
of a question and two statements numbered I, and II given
below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in
all the statements and answer the following questions.
(a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient
(b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient
(c) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II

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(d) If the data given in both I and II together are not
sufficient
(e) If the data in both the statements I and II together are

18. Eight boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are arranged one
above the other but not necessarily in the same order.
Which of the following box is placed just below the box
U?
Statements I:  More than three boxes are placed
between S and T, which is placed
below the box S. Box Q and S are
placed adjacent to each other. Two
boxes are placed between U and Q.
Only one box is placed between P and
T.
Statements II: One box is placed between Q and R.
Two boxes are placed between P and
Q. One box is placed between T and R.
Box P does not adjacent to box T. Box
U is placed exactly in between the
boxes P and the box which is placed
just above the box R.

19. Eight members A, B, M, N, O, P, Q and R are living in the
family. In which only two married couples. How is N
related to P?
Statements I:  A is the sister-in-law of P, who is the
mother-in-law Q. R is the parent of A,
who is unmarried. B is the father of N.
Q is not the wife of N. N, who is
married is not sibling of A.
Statements II:  A is married to B. N is the father of O.
A is the father of M. M is the sibling of
N.

20. In a certain code language. How is “U tili ty” coded in the
given code language?
Statements I:  “man power r equ i r ed ” is coded as
“N1 2 E23 G 15 ” and “p o wer sector
so u r ce” is coded as “N 12 D21 Q 1 7”
and “man utility so u r c e” is coded as
“E 2 3 L14 Q 1 7” and “ g l o bal sector
r equ i r ed” is coded as “T3 4 D21 G 1 5”
Statements II:  “I ndi a n capital i n co m e” is coded as
“W2 1 B14 S 3 1” and “ so u r ce of
cap i ta l” is coded as “ Q 17 M29 B 14 ”
and “i nco me utility s o u r ce ” is coded
as “S 3 1 L14 Q 17 ” and “cap i ta l income
su r pl u s” is coded as “B 14 S31 F1 8” `

Directions (21-24): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, P, R, and S are related to Q in some
manner. They all are sitting around a circular table such
that some of them are facing the inside and some of them
are facing outside. They all have different profession viz.
Banker, Writer, Singer, Doctor, Nurse, Dancer, Engineer,
and Teacher but not necessarily in the same order. One
person has only one profession. Not more than four
persons face same direction.

The singer sits second to the right of Q. Three persons sit
between A, who d o e sn’ t sit near to Banker and the one who
is Nurse. D is an Engineer. P sits opposite to Q, who is a
Banker. C is a female but she is not a dancer. The teacher
and the writer face inside. The one who is Brother of Q sits
second to the left of Banker. Two persons sit between S,
who is a doctor and brother of Q. D is the mother of Q and
she sits opposite to S. D’ s Daughter sits third to the left of
D. A is the father of Q, who is a female. Both C and R is
children of P, who is married to Q. B and R are the male
members. B who faces inside sits opposite to the Dancer.
The Writer sits second to the right of the Dancer. The
Singer is married to the Doctor. S is the sister-in-law of Q.
R does not sit immediate left of S.

21. How is the Singer related to the Nurse?
(a) Aunt (b) Uncle (c) Father
(d) Mother (e) None of these

22. How is the Teacher related to the Engineer?
(a) Wife (b) Husband (c) Nephew
(d) Daughter (e) None of these

23. How many persons sit between the Doctor and
Engineer, when counted from the right of Engineer?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

24. What is the profession of the person who sits second to
the right of S?
(a) Banker (b) Singer (c) Dancer
(d) Nurse (e) Teacher

25. Google is trying to turn its search engine into an
employment engine. Job hunters will be able to go to
Google and see help-wanted listings that its search
engine collects across the internet. The results will aim
to streamline such listings by eliminating duplicate
jobs posted on different sites. Google will also show
employer ratings from current and former workers, as
well as typical commute times to job locations.

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(I)  Now a days Google market is not good th at ’ s why
(II) Google is no more interested in providing other
services to its consumer, now Google is focused
only on turning its search engine into an
employment engine.
(III) Go o g le ’ s search engine results will aim to well-
organized employment listings by removing
duplicate jobs.
(IV) Google is not interested to show any kind of
ratings in its new employment search engine.
Which of the following can be deduced from the given
passage?
(a) Only II and IV
(b) Only I and III
(c) Only II and III
(d) Only III
(e) None of these

Directions (26-29): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eleven Houses A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, and T are located in
a straight row such that the opening gates of some of them
opens in north direction and some of them opens in south
direction but not necessarily in the same order. No two
adjacent houses opening gates opens in the same direction.
House B is not located near House A. House Q is located to
the immediate left of House B. House P is located fourth to
the right of House D, which is located to the immediate left
of House R. Number of Houses located to the left of House
P is one more than the number of Houses located between
House R and House P. Only two houses are located to the
left of House A. The number of houses located between
House P and House A is one less than the number of Houses
located between House T and House C. House T is located
near House P. Only one house is located between House F
and House Q and the Gates of both of the houses do esn ’ t
open in south direction. Only one house is located between
House E and House S, which is not located near House C.
House D is 2
nd
from one of the ends.

26. Which of the following pair of Houses represents the
immediate neighbors of P’ s House?
(a) House D and House F
(b) House T and House F
(c) House S and House T
(d) House D and House A
(e) None of these

27. How many houses are located to the right of House S?
(a) One (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Three (e) Two

28. How many houses are located between House A and
House B?
(a) Five (b) Four (c) Three
(d) Six (e) None of these

29. What is the position of House E with respect to House
P?
(a) Fourth to the right
(b) Immediate left
(c) Immediate right
(d) Fourth to the left
(e) None of these

Directions (30): Read the following information carefully
If
(i) A & B means A is 5m west of B.
(ii) A % B means A is 4m South of B.
(iii) A * B means A is 6m North of B.
(iv) A @ B means A is 4m East of B.

30. In expression F&G, B&A%C&D&E*F@H, the Point A is
in which direction of Point G?
(a) West (b) North-West (c) East
(d) North-East (e) South

Directions (31-32): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.
If
(i) P & Q means P is the brother Q.
(ii) P % Q means P is the father of Q.
(iii) P * Q means P is the sister of Q.
(iv) P @ Q means P is the Son of Q.
(v) P \$ Q means P is the daughter Q.
(vi) P ? Q means P is the mother of Q.

31. In expression Q&G, G&A%C&D?E*F@H@R, then, how
is F related to A?
(a) Son
(b) Grandson
(c) Granddaughter
(d) Either (b) or (c)
(e) Either (a) or (b)

32. In expression Q?P, P&A%W&D?E*F@H@R, then, how
is Q related to the E ’ s mother?
(a) Maternal Grandfather
(b) Paternal Grandfather
(c) Paternal Grandmother
(d) Maternal Grandmother
(e) Either (a) or (c)

33. Statement-Highlighting his achievements in present in
rooting out corruption, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
said that there has been "not even one taint or blot" on
his government in these past three years.
Which of the following abrogates the above statement?
(I) Technology has brought about transparency and
is being used to achieve great heights across
sectors in India in Modi governance.
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IBPS PO Mains Previous Year Paper 2020

Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully

Twelve persons were born on two dates either 7
th
or 16
th

of six different months of a year viz. January, March, June,
July, September, and October but not necessarily in the
same order. The persons whose name starts with a letter
before the letter ’ M ’ were born in the first half of the year
and the persons whose name starts with a letter after the
letter ’ M ’ were born in the second half of the year. All
letters are according to the English alphabet series.
Example- If a person name is Rajesh then he will be born in
the second half of the year. The person whose name
consists of even number of letters after counting the
number of letters is born on an odd numbered date and
Vice-Versa. Example- If a person name is ‘ R ames h ’ then he
will be born on an odd number date (i.e 7) because the sum
of number of letters is 6.

Only two persons were born between Pranav and Kumar.
The number of persons born before Gaurav is same as born
after Yaati. Only four persons were born between Kunal
and Gaurav. The number of persons born between Kunal
and Sriti is one more than the persons born between Puja
and Ram. Ayush was born before Kishan and Gopi. Puja was
born in the month of having 31 days. Not more than two
persons were born between Kishan and Ram. Swathi is one
of the persons.

1. The number of persons born between Yaati and Sriti is
same as persons born between ____ and ____?
(a) Kunal and Swathi
(b) Kumar and Puja
(c) Pranav and Kishan
(d) Kumar and Gaurav
(e) None of these

2. How many persons were born between Kumar and
Sriti?
(a) Three (b) Four (c) Two
(d) Six (e) Five

3. On which date Gaurav was born?
(a) 7
th
January
(b) 16
th
January
(c) 16
th
March
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way
based on a group, which among the following does not
belong to that group?
(a) Ayush (b) Gopi (c) Kumar
(d) Ram (e)  Kunal

5. Which of the following statement is true?
I.  Gopi was born before Kishan
II.  Kunal was born in the March month
III.  Three persons were born between Ayush and
Kunal
(a) Both I and II (b) Only III (c) All I, II and III
(d) Only II (e) Both I and III

Directions (6-10): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

A number arrangement machine when given an input line
of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule.
The following is an illustration of input and
rearrangements.

Input: stadium language lunatic ambition condition
consonant
Step I:  stadium lunatic language consonant condition
ambition
Step II: ttadiun munatid manguagf  donsonanu donditioo
bmbitioo
bbiimoot
Step IV:  bejouuv bejnouv bbghhnov beooopptv eejjopppu
ccjjnppu
Step V:  bbghhnov bejnouv bejouuv beooopptv ccjjnppu
eejjopppu
Step V  is the last step of the rearrangements, Based on the
following logic rearrange the given input.
Input: dangerous duplicate murder cannot survive
triangle

6. In which step ‘ e f o st v ’ will appear before the final step?
(a) Step III (b) Step II (c) Step IV
(d) Step I (e) None of these

7. What will be the Step III of the given input?
(c) bdegruz firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu
(d) afgilnru firtuvv denrsu acefilptu aeegnortu adnnou
(e) None of these

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8. What is the position of ‘ b e o o pv ’ from left end in Step
IV?
(a) Second (b) Third (c) Fourth
(d) Fifth (e) None of these

9. What will be the last step of the given input?
(a) bdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv bfostv
gjsuvww
(b) befgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(c) cdfgjmquv befhsva beoopv bffhopsuv efostv
gjsuvww
(d) bdfgjmquv beoopv bffhopsuv bghjmosv efostv
gjsuvww
(e) None of these

10. Which words are immediate left and immediate right
of ‘ nu r des ’ in Step II respectively?
(a) uragedz turvivf
(b) eangerout dannou
(c) euplicatf eangerout
(d) turvivf , euplicatf
(e) None of these

Directions (11-13): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W lives in a building of
eight floors such that the topmost floor is numbered as 8
and the lowermost floor is numbered as 1 but not
necessarily in the same order. They shops on eight
different e-commerce websites viz. Flipkart, Ajio, Myntra,
Jabong, Amazon, Shopclues, Jiomart, and Tata Cliq but not
necessarily in the same order.

The one who shops on Flipkart lives immediately above the
one who shops on Shopclues. Neither V nor P shops on
Flipkart, Tata Cliq and Myntra. Three persons live between
V and S, who lives below V and also does not shops on
Jabong. Only three persons live between W and R, who
shops on Amazon. R lives on one of the even numbered
floor above W and Q, who does not shops on Flipkart and
Myntra and also does not live on the second floor. Two
persons live between Q and the one who shops on Jabong.
Three persons live between the one who shops on Jabong
and the one who shops on Ajio. The number of persons
living between the one who shops on Jabong and R is same
as the number of persons living between the one who
shops on Ajio and P. T lives on one of the floors below U.
Both W and Q live on the even numbered floor.

11. Who among the following lives on the fourth floor?
(a) S (b) Q
(c) The one who shops on Shopclues
(d) U (e) Both (b) and (c)

12. Who among the following shops on JioMart?
(a) V (b) R (c) S
(d) T (e) None of these

13. How many persons live between the one who shops on
JioMart and the one who shops on Ajio?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) None (e) Four

Directions (14-17): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are born on seven
different dates in a year but not necessarily in the same
order and they like different fruits. There is a gap of three
days between the birth dates of every person. Ex- If R was
born on 12
th
May then the person born immediately after
R and immediately before R should be born a gap of 3 days.
F was born on 16
th
June. Only two persons were born
before F. The number of persons born before D, who likes
Apple is equal to the number of persons born after G, who
likes Guava. Only one person was born between G and A,
who likes Oranges. B does not like Kiwi was born one of the
dates before E but after C. B was not born after A. E does
not like Grapes, Peach, and Kiwi. F does not like Peach,
Kiwi, and Pear.

14. Who among the following was born on 28
th
June?
(a) The one who likes Pear
(b) B
(c) The one who likes Peach
(d) E
(e) Both (a) and (d)

15. Who among the following was born just after the one
who likes Grapes?
(a) A
(b) The one who likes Peach
(c) The one who likes Kiwi
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these

16. How many persons were born between the one who
likes Guava and the one who likes Grapes?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

17. Who among the following was born on 2
nd
July?
(a) G (b) D (c) E
(d) None of these (e) Either (a) or (b)

Directions (18-20): Each of the questions below consists
of a question and two statements numbered I, and II given
below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in
all the statements and answer the following questions.
(a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient
(b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient
(c) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II

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(d) If the data given in both I and II together are not
sufficient
(e) If the data in both the statements I and II together are

18. Eight boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are arranged one
above the other but not necessarily in the same order.
Which of the following box is placed just below the box
U?
Statements I:  More than three boxes are placed
between S and T, which is placed
below the box S. Box Q and S are
placed adjacent to each other. Two
boxes are placed between U and Q.
Only one box is placed between P and
T.
Statements II: One box is placed between Q and R.
Two boxes are placed between P and
Q. One box is placed between T and R.
Box P does not adjacent to box T. Box
U is placed exactly in between the
boxes P and the box which is placed
just above the box R.

19. Eight members A, B, M, N, O, P, Q and R are living in the
family. In which only two married couples. How is N
related to P?
Statements I:  A is the sister-in-law of P, who is the
mother-in-law Q. R is the parent of A,
who is unmarried. B is the father of N.
Q is not the wife of N. N, who is
married is not sibling of A.
Statements II:  A is married to B. N is the father of O.
A is the father of M. M is the sibling of
N.

20. In a certain code language. How is “U tili ty” coded in the
given code language?
Statements I:  “man power r equ i r ed ” is coded as
“N1 2 E23 G 15 ” and “p o wer sector
so u r ce” is coded as “N 12 D21 Q 1 7”
and “man utility so u r c e” is coded as
“E 2 3 L14 Q 1 7” and “ g l o bal sector
r equ i r ed” is coded as “T3 4 D21 G 1 5”
Statements II:  “I ndi a n capital i n co m e” is coded as
“W2 1 B14 S 3 1” and “ so u r ce of
cap i ta l” is coded as “ Q 17 M29 B 14 ”
and “i nco me utility s o u r ce ” is coded
as “S 3 1 L14 Q 17 ” and “cap i ta l income
su r pl u s” is coded as “B 14 S31 F1 8” `

Directions (21-24): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, P, R, and S are related to Q in some
manner. They all are sitting around a circular table such
that some of them are facing the inside and some of them
are facing outside. They all have different profession viz.
Banker, Writer, Singer, Doctor, Nurse, Dancer, Engineer,
and Teacher but not necessarily in the same order. One
person has only one profession. Not more than four
persons face same direction.

The singer sits second to the right of Q. Three persons sit
between A, who d o e sn’ t sit near to Banker and the one who
is Nurse. D is an Engineer. P sits opposite to Q, who is a
Banker. C is a female but she is not a dancer. The teacher
and the writer face inside. The one who is Brother of Q sits
second to the left of Banker. Two persons sit between S,
who is a doctor and brother of Q. D is the mother of Q and
she sits opposite to S. D’ s Daughter sits third to the left of
D. A is the father of Q, who is a female. Both C and R is
children of P, who is married to Q. B and R are the male
members. B who faces inside sits opposite to the Dancer.
The Writer sits second to the right of the Dancer. The
Singer is married to the Doctor. S is the sister-in-law of Q.
R does not sit immediate left of S.

21. How is the Singer related to the Nurse?
(a) Aunt (b) Uncle (c) Father
(d) Mother (e) None of these

22. How is the Teacher related to the Engineer?
(a) Wife (b) Husband (c) Nephew
(d) Daughter (e) None of these

23. How many persons sit between the Doctor and
Engineer, when counted from the right of Engineer?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three
(d) Four (e) None of these

24. What is the profession of the person who sits second to
the right of S?
(a) Banker (b) Singer (c) Dancer
(d) Nurse (e) Teacher

25. Google is trying to turn its search engine into an
employment engine. Job hunters will be able to go to
Google and see help-wanted listings that its search
engine collects across the internet. The results will aim
to streamline such listings by eliminating duplicate
jobs posted on different sites. Google will also show
employer ratings from current and former workers, as
well as typical commute times to job locations.

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(I)  Now a days Google market is not good th at ’ s why
(II) Google is no more interested in providing other
services to its consumer, now Google is focused
only on turning its search engine into an
employment engine.
(III) Go o g le ’ s search engine results will aim to well-
organized employment listings by removing
duplicate jobs.
(IV) Google is not interested to show any kind of
ratings in its new employment search engine.
Which of the following can be deduced from the given
passage?
(a) Only II and IV
(b) Only I and III
(c) Only II and III
(d) Only III
(e) None of these

Directions (26-29): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.

Eleven Houses A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, and T are located in
a straight row such that the opening gates of some of them
opens in north direction and some of them opens in south
direction but not necessarily in the same order. No two
adjacent houses opening gates opens in the same direction.
House B is not located near House A. House Q is located to
the immediate left of House B. House P is located fourth to
the right of House D, which is located to the immediate left
of House R. Number of Houses located to the left of House
P is one more than the number of Houses located between
House R and House P. Only two houses are located to the
left of House A. The number of houses located between
House P and House A is one less than the number of Houses
located between House T and House C. House T is located
near House P. Only one house is located between House F
and House Q and the Gates of both of the houses do esn ’ t
open in south direction. Only one house is located between
House E and House S, which is not located near House C.
House D is 2
nd
from one of the ends.

26. Which of the following pair of Houses represents the
immediate neighbors of P’ s House?
(a) House D and House F
(b) House T and House F
(c) House S and House T
(d) House D and House A
(e) None of these

27. How many houses are located to the right of House S?
(a) One (b) Four (c) Five
(d) Three (e) Two

28. How many houses are located between House A and
House B?
(a) Five (b) Four (c) Three
(d) Six (e) None of these

29. What is the position of House E with respect to House
P?
(a) Fourth to the right
(b) Immediate left
(c) Immediate right
(d) Fourth to the left
(e) None of these

Directions (30): Read the following information carefully
If
(i) A & B means A is 5m west of B.
(ii) A % B means A is 4m South of B.
(iii) A * B means A is 6m North of B.
(iv) A @ B means A is 4m East of B.

30. In expression F&G, B&A%C&D&E*F@H, the Point A is
in which direction of Point G?
(a) West (b) North-West (c) East
(d) North-East (e) South

Directions (31-32): Read the following information
carefully and answer the following questions.
If
(i) P & Q means P is the brother Q.
(ii) P % Q means P is the father of Q.
(iii) P * Q means P is the sister of Q.
(iv) P @ Q means P is the Son of Q.
(v) P \$ Q means P is the daughter Q.
(vi) P ? Q means P is the mother of Q.

31. In expression Q&G, G&A%C&D?E*F@H@R, then, how
is F related to A?
(a) Son
(b) Grandson
(c) Granddaughter
(d) Either (b) or (c)
(e) Either (a) or (b)

32. In expression Q?P, P&A%W&D?E*F@H@R, then, how
is Q related to the E ’ s mother?
(a) Maternal Grandfather
(b) Paternal Grandfather
(c) Paternal Grandmother
(d) Maternal Grandmother
(e) Either (a) or (c)

33. Statement-Highlighting his achievements in present in
rooting out corruption, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
said that there has been "not even one taint or blot" on
his government in these past three years.
Which of the following abrogates the above statement?
(I) Technology has brought about transparency and
is being used to achieve great heights across
sectors in India in Modi governance.

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(II) In several parameters, the country is moving at a
rapid pace under PM M o di ’ s government. Noting
that infrastructure is essential for sustainable
development. The increase in aspiration of the
common people is the greatest cause of this fast
track development of the country.
(III) The billion Indians in India are still below
poverty line and they are also finding the way to
get rid of biggest problem of India which is
corruption.
(IV) India is now receiving record number of foreign
direct investment and all credit agencies and
multilateral fora are giving a positive rating
(a) Only II (b) Only III and IV (c) Only III
(d) Only IV (e) Only I and III

34. Statement- “ I n a big relief to liquor companies which
are holding their stocks worth more than Rs. 200 crore
in Bihar, the Supreme Court on Monday granted them
two months more time to transport liquor out of the
state and directed them to dispose off their stocks by
July 3 1.”
I. Beverages Companies, contended that it was
possible even to destroy the existing stocks by the
end of this month.
31 for the companies to dispose off their stocks.
III.  Seeking more time for transporting the stocks out
of state, the confederation said in its petition that
delay in disposing off stocks was beyond its control
as clearances were required from various
agencies.
Which of the following can be the Presupposition of the
given statement?
(a) Only I
(b) Only II and III
(c) Only I and III
(d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

35. Statement-The government has made quoting of
Aadhaar mandatory for opening of bank accounts as
well as for any financial transaction of 50,000 and
above.
(I) The government in its Budget 2017 has already
mandated seeding of Aadhaar number with
Permanent Account Number (PAN) to avoid
individuals using multiple PANs to evade taxes.
(II) Aadhaar is more secure and reliable than PAN for
bank account transactions.
(III) Aadhaar number is issued by the Unique
Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
Which of the following statement can be concluded
from the given statement?
(a) All except II (b) Both II and III (c) Only I
(d) Only I and II (e) None of the above
Direction (36-39): Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight persons i.e. A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are sitting around
two inscribed square table in such a way that four persons
are seating at four corners each inner square and outer
square. Persons sitting at inner square and outer square
are facing to each other.

C faces the one who sits 2
nd
to the right of S. Q is neither an
immediate neighbor of S nor C. D faces to R and is an
immediate neighbor of Q. A sits immediate left of R. B faces
to P. Both B and C are not an immediate neighbor.  Neither
P nor A face outside.

36. Who among the following sits 3
rd
to the left of the one
who faces D?
(a) C (b) B (c) A
(d) P (e) None of these

37. How many persons sit between S and D, when counted
to the right of S?
(a) None
(b) Two
(c) One
(d) Either One or Two
(e) Both sit on different table

38. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and
so form a group. Find the one who does not belong to
that group?
(a) B (b) D (c) S
(d) Q (e) C

39. The number of persons sit between P and R, when
counted to the left of R and is same as the number of
persons sit between B and ___ when counted to the
right of __?
(a) S (b) Q (c) D
(d) Either (a) or (c) (e) None of these

Direction (40-43): Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are working in a
company in three different departments – Production,
Management and Finance on two posts – Manager and
General Manager but not necessarily in the same order. All
they have different ages in the whole number.

E ’ s age is twice of C ’ s age. A is 53 years old and working in
production. The persons whose total age is 100 years are
working in Finance as General Manager. F is working in
Production. B is working in management but not with D
and posts of B and D are different. Both H and G are
working at same post but not in production department.
Both H and F are working at different post. Not more than
two persons working on same post in same department.
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