Wednesday, 19 April 2017

PUZZLE SET 65:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Seven Summits ASEAN Summit, BRICS Summit, SAARC Summit, NAM Summit, BIMSTEC Summit, SKOCH Summit, and OPEC Summit were scheduled to be held in China, Japan, Russia, Iceland, India, Germany and Canada, on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday.
BIMSTEC Summit was held in Iceland on Friday. Only one summit was held between BIMSTEC Summit and BRICS. SKOCH Summit was held immediately after SAARC but immediately before OPEC. SKOCH Summit was not held in India. The summit held on Monday was held in Russia. Only one summit was held between OPEC Summit and the summit held in China. The SAARC was not held in China. Summit in Japan was held immediately before summit in India. NAM Summit was not held on Monday. Summit in Canada was not held after summit in China.

1). On which of the following days was the SAARC Summit held?
a)   Monday
b)   Tuesday
c)   Wednesday
d)   Thursday
e)   Friday

2). If Russia is related to Japan and OPEC is related to NAM in a certain way, then to which of the following would India be related to, following the same pattern?
a)   Germany
b)   Canada
c)   China
d)   Russia
e)   India

3). Which of the following summits was held on Monday?
a)   OPEC
b)   SKOCH
c)   SAARC
d)   ASEAN
e)   None of these

4). In which of the following countries was OPEC Summit held?
a)   Canada
b)   China
c)   Russia
d)   Germany
e)   India

5). How many summits were held between ASEAN Summit and NAM Summit?
a)   Four
b)   One
c)   Two
d)   Three
e)   Five

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends Praveen, Salim, David, Arafath, Yadav, Naresh, Arnold and Johnson sitting around a rectangular table, four of them facing inside the table and four of them facing outside.
David is going to Sikkim and sitting third to the right of Yadav. David is facing outside the table. Arnold who is going to Assam is sitting third to the right of Naresh and facing outside the table. Salim is facing inside and sitting second right of Arnold. Person going to Punjab sitting second left of person who is going to Odisha. Person going to Karnataka sitting second left of person who is going to Manipur. Naresh is going to Bihar and sitting fourth left of Praveen who is facing opposite direction of Salim. Yadav is going to Haryana and facing inside the table. Naresh is facing outside the table. The persons going to Punjab and Manipur are facing each other. Arafath is not going to either Manipur or Odisha and facing same direction of Yadav. Johnson is facing opposite direction of Arnold, is sitting to the immediate right of Yadav.

6). What is the position of Yadav with respect to David?
a)   Second to the left
b)   Fourth to the left
c)   Third to the left
d)   Third to the right
e)   None of these

7). Who of the following is sitting third to the left of Yadav?
a)   Praveen
b)   Salim
c)   David
d)   Arnold
e)   Arafath

8). Praveen is facing which direction?
a)   Inside the table
b)   Outside the table
c)   Inside or outside
d)   Cannot be determined
e)   None of these

9). Which of the following pair is correct?
a)   David – Sikkim
b)   Arafath – Punjab
c)   Praveen – Karnataka
d)   Yadav – Haryana
e)   All of these

10). Four of the following five are same in a certain way so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
a)   Yadav, Naresh
b)   Arafath, David
c)   David, Salim
d)   Praveen, Salim
e)   Johnson, Arnold

Answer Key:
Direction (01 to 05):


Days
Country
Subject of summit
Monday
Russia
ASEAN
Tuesday
Canada
SAARC
Wednesday
Japan
SKOCH
Thursday
India
OPEC
Friday
Iceland
BIMSTEC
Saturday
China
NAM
Sunday
Germany
BRICS
1. b)  2. c)  3. d)  4. e)  5. a)
Direction (06 to 10):
6. d)  7. a)  8. b)  9. e)  10. c)

DI QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (Q. 1-5): Following table shows the total number of students appeared from different cities, ratio of boys and girls among those appeared students, percentage of passed students and number of passed girls among them.
1). The total number of girls passed in the examination is approximately what percentage of the total number of girls appeared in the examination, taking all cities together?
a)   40%
b)   58%
c)   55%
d)   50%
e)   48%

ENGLISH QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-5): In each of the following questions, there are four sentences or parts of sentences that form a paragraph. Identify the sentence(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option.

Q1. A. Sometimes, we think we are only the people with problems.
B. Our problems override other considerations; we can't think beyond our own vexations.
C. When we see a small dampness on our wall we scurry to get them repaired and corrected,
D. but we don't think of people whose homes have been washed away by the rage of the rain gods.
(a) A and B
(b) B and D
(c) C only
(d) C and D
(e) None of the above