Sunday, 9 April 2017


Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are seven interview panels I to VII for selecting Managers for seven different companies, viz A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Raman, Rohan, Punit, Aman, Nayan, Nilesh and Manan are seven candidates for the post of managers but not necessarily in the same order.
Panel IV takes interview of Nilesh for company A. Panel III takes interview of Rohan but not for the company C or D. Raman gives the interview for company B but not to the panels I or II. Panel VI takes interview of Aman for company E. Panel VII takes interview for company F. Panel I takes an interview of Punit but not for company C. Panel II does not take interview of Nayan. 

Q1.Panel II takes interview for which of the following companies? 
(e)None of these

Q2.Panel V takes interview of which of the following candidates? 
(d)Can’t be determined
(e)None of these

Q3.Punit gives an interview for which of the following companies? 
(e)None of these

Q4.Who among the following gives the interview for Company C? 
(e)None of these

Q5.Which of the following combinations is true? 
(e)None of these
Directions (6-10): Directions: In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e. From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

Q6. Conclusions:
Some mouse is not monitor.
Some keyboards are monitor.
a) Statements I: Some screen is monitor. No monitor is keyboard. All keyboards are mouse.
b) Statements II: All screens are monitor. No monitor is keyboard. Some keyboard is mouse
c) Statements III: No screen is monitor. No monitor is keyboard. All keyboards are mouse
d) Statements IV: All screens are monitor. All monitors are keyboard. No keyboard is mouse
e) Statements V: Some keyboards are mouse. All monitor is screen. No keyboard is a screen.

Q7. Conclusions:
Some walls are not brick.
Some cement is not water.
a) Statements I: Some brick are cement. No cement is wall. All walls are water.
b) Statements II: All bricks are cement. Some Cement is wall. All walls are water.
c) Statements III: No brick is cement. All cement is wall. No wall is water.
d) Statements IV: No brick is cement. No cement is wall. All walls are water.
e) Statements V: All walls are bricks. Some wall is cement. All waters are bricks.

Q8. Conclusions:
Some silver are platinum.
Some diamonds are silver.
a) Statements I: All silver are gold. Some gold are diamond. No diamond is platinum.
b) Statements II: Some silvers are gold. All gold are diamond. All diamond is platinum.
c) Statements III: All silvers are diamond. No gold is silver. Some diamond is platinum.
d) Statements IV: All silvers are gold. No gold is diamond. All diamond is platinum
e) Statements V: All platinum are silver. Some gold is silver. No gold is diamond.

Q9. Conclusions:
Some crows are not parrot.
Some crows are owl.
a) Statements I: All parrot are owl. No owl is crow. Some crows are Dove.
b) Statements II: Some parrots are owl. Some owls are crow. All crows are dove.
c) Statements III: No parrot is owl. All owls are crow. Some crows are dove.
d) Statements IV: All parrots are owl. Some owl is Dove. Some crows are dove.
e) Statements V: All owls are Parrot. All Parrots are crow. All crows are dove.

Q10. Conclusions:
Some white are not brown.
Some maroon is brown.
a) Statements I: All white are black. All black is brown. No brown is maroon.
b) Statements II: Some white are black. All black is brown. All brown is maroon.
c) Statements III: Some black are white. No black is brown. No brown is maroon.
d) Statements IV: All white is black. No black is brown. All brown is maroon

Directions (11-15):Consider the following statements and the questions that follow. We will analyse this problem in detail after that. In a certain code language 
"login Mentors and scroll" is written as "&3d @6l *5n %7s"
"scroll for sbi exam" is written as "@61 @3i $3r #4m"
"study exam related notes" is written as "#4m @5y !7d =5s"
"read notes get job" is written as "+3b !4d =5s -3t"

Q11. Which of the following code is for Mentors? 
(a) @6I
(b) &3d
(c) %7s
(d) *5n
(e) None of these

Q12. According to the above information, code !7d is used for? 
(a) study
(b) exam
(c) related
(d) notes
(e) read

Q13. What will be the code for "exam Mentors sbi job"? 
(a) +3b #4m %7s =5s
(b) %3t @61 @5y !7d
(c) %7s +3b #4m @3i
(d) !4d $3r @6i &3d
(e) None of these

Q14. According to the coding, what will be the code for banking? 
(a) @7g
(b) &7h
(c) $7t
(d) one of these
(e) can't say

Q15. What could be the code for probationary? 
(a) $12y
(b) %11n
(c) ^12y
(d) *13t
(e) #12p



S1. Ans.(b)

S2. Ans.(a)

S3. Ans.(c)

S4. Ans.(d)

S5. Ans.(a)

S11. Ans.(c)
Sol. As we can see in word Mentors
first letter M = %
total letter = 7
last letter = s
So, code is %7s

S12. Ans.(c)
Sol. ! is code for r, 7 total letters and d is the last letter.
So we can say that related is the word.

S13. Ans.(c)
Sol. Exam = #4m, Mentors = %7s, sbi = @3i, job = +3b
Hence answer is C.

S14. Ans.(e)
Sol. can't say. Because we don't have code for first letter "b" of banking.
All given special character in answer code are @=s, $=f and & = a.

S15. Ans.(c)
Sol. In this question our approach will be options elimination method. As first letter of probationary is 'p' and we don't have any code for p. But in options A, B ,D and E, code of first letter is same as mentioned in above table. So options A, B, D and E are eliminated and our answer will be C.