High Level Puzzles for IBPS PO/Clerk RRB OS/OA 2017 : Set – 46

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Directions:(1-5) Refer to the following information and answer the questions.
Eight persons namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H study in different colleges namely, IIT-Bombay, IIT-Delhi, BITS, NIT-Delhi, NIT-Allahabad, Nirma University, Thapar, and PU. The colleges have been written in increasing order of their overall ranks in India. IIT-Bombay has the highest rank and PU has the lowest rank. They opted for different branches namely, CSE, ECE, IT, Bio Tech., EE, ME, AE and CE but not necessarily in the same order. They have completed their schooling from different schools namely, BCM, KVM, BVM, Sacred Heart and DAV but not necessarily in the same order. Not more than three persons are from the same school. Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. The persons, but not E, who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks, have completed their schooling from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his schooling from DAV. A and F have completed their schooling from the same school. The one whose college is third from top has completed his schooling

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. The persons, but not E, who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks, have completed their schooling from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his schooling from DAV. A and F have completed their schooling from the same school. The one whose college is third from top has completed his schooling from BVM and is the only one who has completed his schooling from this school.The one who is NIT Allahabad opted for ECE branch.The persons in CE and AE branch are studying in NIT-Delhi and IIT-Delhi in any order.The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.Neither C nor the one who opted CSE have completed their schooling from Sacred Heart.The rank of E’s college is better than that of H’s college. Only if the one who opted for IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his schooling from KVM.Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. F has not completed his schooling from BCM school. Only if D is in BITS, then only C has completed his school from KVM and H has opted for ME branch. The person from Thapar has not completed his schooling from Sacred Heart. The person from Nirma University has not completed his school from KVM.No person from DAV is in AE branch. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME Branch. The one from Thapar is not in Bio Tech.The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE Branch. Also, who opted for EE has not done his/her schooling from KVM.

1.Who has completed his studies from Sacred Heart?

a. The person from IIT Bombay
b. The person from Nirma University
c. G
d. E
e. Cannot be determined

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B. The person from Nirma University

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. G’s college is NIT Delhi. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his studies from DAV.A and F have completed their education from the same school. The one whose college is third from top, has completed his studies from BVM and is the only one who has completed his studies from this school. That college is BITS. So, according to it, we can have four cases:
Case 1: C is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can only be A and F. It means that they are from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad. Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that E and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. Thus, this case gets rejected.

Case 2: D is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. It means that H has to be from Thapar since he cannot be from NIT Allahabad.C’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that the persons from NIT Delhi and IIT Delhi are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. So, it means that those two persons must be C and H. Since the rank of E’s college is better than H’s college so H has to be from PU and C is from IIT Bombay. The rank of B’s college is two ranks above F’s college. F’s college has to be Thapar and B’s college has to be NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. Thus, H has also completed his studies from KVM. Since F has not completed his studies from BCM and the person from Thapar has not completed his studies from Sacred Heart, F and A have completed their education from DAV. Now, either A or E can be from IIT Delhi or Nirma University. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. It means that F is not in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME. C can only be in EE or CSE. The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE. So, C is in CSE. Now, there is no branch left for F. So, this case gets rejected.

Case 3: E is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. C’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad.Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that C and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.Thus, this case gets rejected.

The final table is shown below :-

Person School College Branch
A DAV IIT Delhi CE
B DAV NIT Allahabad ECE
C BCM IIT Bombay CSE
D Sacred Heart Nirma University IT
E BVM BITS ME
F DAV Thapar EE
G KVM NIT Delhi AE
H BCM PU Bio Tech

D who is from Nirma University has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.

2.Who studies in ME?

a. E
b. The one in PU
c. H
d. The one in Nirma University
e. Cannot be determined

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A. E

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. G’s college is NIT Delhi. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his studies from DAV.A and F have completed their education from the same school. The one whose college is third from top, has completed his studies from BVM and is the only one who has completed his studies from this school. That college is BITS. So, according to it, we can have four cases:
Case 1: C is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can only be A and F. It means that they are from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad. Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that E and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. Thus, this case gets rejected.

Case 2: D is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. It means that H has to be from Thapar since he cannot be from NIT Allahabad.C’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that the persons from NIT Delhi and IIT Delhi are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. So, it means that those two persons must be C and H. Since the rank of E’s college is better than H’s college so H has to be from PU and C is from IIT Bombay. The rank of B’s college is two ranks above F’s college. F’s college has to be Thapar and B’s college has to be NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. Thus, H has also completed his studies from KVM. Since F has not completed his studies from BCM and the person from Thapar has not completed his studies from Sacred Heart, F and A have completed their education from DAV. Now, either A or E can be from IIT Delhi or Nirma University. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. It means that F is not in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME. C can only be in EE or CSE. The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE. So, C is in CSE. Now, there is no branch left for F. So, this case gets rejected.

Case 3: E is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. C’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad.Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that C and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.Thus, this case gets rejected.

The final table is shown below :-

Person School College Branch
A DAV IIT Delhi CE
B DAV NIT Allahabad ECE
C BCM IIT Bombay CSE
D Sacred Heart Nirma University IT
E BVM BITS ME
F DAV Thapar EE
G KVM NIT Delhi AE
H BCM PU Bio Tech

3.Who have completed their schooling from DAV?

a. A, C
b. C, H
c. A, F
d. H, B
e. Cannot be determined

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C. A, F

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. G’s college is NIT Delhi. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his studies from DAV.A and F have completed their education from the same school. The one whose college is third from top, has completed his studies from BVM and is the only one who has completed his studies from this school. That college is BITS. So, according to it, we can have four cases:
Case 1: C is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can only be A and F. It means that they are from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad. Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that E and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. Thus, this case gets rejected.

Case 2: D is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. It means that H has to be from Thapar since he cannot be from NIT Allahabad.C’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that the persons from NIT Delhi and IIT Delhi are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. So, it means that those two persons must be C and H. Since the rank of E’s college is better than H’s college so H has to be from PU and C is from IIT Bombay. The rank of B’s college is two ranks above F’s college. F’s college has to be Thapar and B’s college has to be NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. Thus, H has also completed his studies from KVM. Since F has not completed his studies from BCM and the person from Thapar has not completed his studies from Sacred Heart, F and A have completed their education from DAV. Now, either A or E can be from IIT Delhi or Nirma University. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. It means that F is not in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME. C can only be in EE or CSE. The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE. So, C is in CSE. Now, there is no branch left for F. So, this case gets rejected.

Case 3: E is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. C’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad.Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that C and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.Thus, this case gets rejected.

The final table is shown below :-

Person School College Branch
A DAV IIT Delhi CE
B DAV NIT Allahabad ECE
C BCM IIT Bombay CSE
D Sacred Heart Nirma University IT
E BVM BITS ME
F DAV Thapar EE
G KVM NIT Delhi AE
H BCM PU Bio Tech

4.In which branch does the one who is from Thapar study?

a. IT
b. CSE
c. EE
d. ME
e. Cannot be determined

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C. EE

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. G’s college is NIT Delhi. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his studies from DAV.A and F have completed their education from the same school. The one whose college is third from top, has completed his studies from BVM and is the only one who has completed his studies from this school. That college is BITS. So, according to it, we can have four cases:
Case 1: C is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can only be A and F. It means that they are from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad. Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that E and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. Thus, this case gets rejected.

Case 2: D is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. It means that H has to be from Thapar since he cannot be from NIT Allahabad.C’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that the persons from NIT Delhi and IIT Delhi are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. So, it means that those two persons must be C and H. Since the rank of E’s college is better than H’s college so H has to be from PU and C is from IIT Bombay. The rank of B’s college is two ranks above F’s college. F’s college has to be Thapar and B’s college has to be NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. Thus, H has also completed his studies from KVM. Since F has not completed his studies from BCM and the person from Thapar has not completed his studies from Sacred Heart, F and A have completed their education from DAV. Now, either A or E can be from IIT Delhi or Nirma University. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. It means that F is not in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME. C can only be in EE or CSE. The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE. So, C is in CSE. Now, there is no branch left for F. So, this case gets rejected.

Case 3: E is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. C’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad.Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that C and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.Thus, this case gets rejected.

The final table is shown below :-

Person School College Branch
A DAV IIT Delhi CE
B DAV NIT Allahabad ECE
C BCM IIT Bombay CSE
D Sacred Heart Nirma University IT
E BVM BITS ME
F DAV Thapar EE
G KVM NIT Delhi AE
H BCM PU Bio Tech

5.Who among the following has completed his studies from KVM?

a. H
b. C
c. The one in PU
d. The one in NIT Allahabad
e. G

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E. G

Only three colleges have a rank better than G’s college. G’s college is NIT Delhi. D studies in IT branch. B has completed his studies from DAV.A and F have completed their education from the same school. The one whose college is third from top, has completed his studies from BVM and is the only one who has completed his studies from this school. That college is BITS. So, according to it, we can have four cases:
Case 1: C is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can only be A and F. It means that they are from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad. Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that E and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. Thus, this case gets rejected.

Case 2: D is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks
but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college.F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. E’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. It means that H has to be from Thapar since he cannot be from NIT Allahabad.C’s college can either be IIT Delhi or NIT Allahabad. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that the persons from NIT Delhi and IIT Delhi are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart. So, it means that those two persons must be C and H. Since the rank of E’s college is better than H’s college so H has to be from PU and C is from IIT Bombay. The rank of B’s college is two ranks above F’s college. F’s college has to be Thapar and B’s college has to be NIT Allahabad. Only if D is in BITS, C has completed his studies from KVM and H is in ME branch. Thus, H has also completed his studies from KVM. Since F has not completed his studies from BCM and the person from Thapar has not completed his studies from Sacred Heart, F and A have completed their education from DAV. Now, either A or E can be from IIT Delhi or Nirma University. Either H is from KVM or F is in EE branch. It means that F is not in EE branch. C is neither in Bio Tech nor ME. C can only be in EE or CSE. The one from IIT Bombay is not in EE. So, C is in CSE. Now, there is no branch left for F. So, this case gets rejected.

Case 3: E is in BITS and has completed his studies from BVM. The persons who study in the colleges which have best and worst ranks but not E, have completed their studies from the same school but not DAV and no one else has completed their studies from this school and also, none is in IT branch. It means he cannot be D. Those two persons can be AF or CH. If they are A and F, then they must be from IIT Bombay and PU. The rank of D’s college is better than the rank of F’s college. The rank of B’s college is two ranks better than F’s college. F’s college has to be PU. B’s college must be Nirma University. Since D is in IT, D has to be from Thapar. E’s college is better than that of H’s college. C’s college must be IIT Delhi and H’s college must be NIT Allahabad.Only if the one who studies in IT is in Thapar then the person from NIT Allahabad has completed his studies from KVM. Thus, H has completed his studies from KVM. F has not completed his studies from BCM school. So, F’s college must be Sacred Heart. The persons in CE and AE branch are from the colleges of same city. It means that C and G are from AE and CE branches in any order. Neither B nor the person in BITS is in CSE branch. So, either F or A has to be from CSE branch. Neither C nor the one studying in CSE branch has completed his studies from Sacred Heart.Thus, this case gets rejected.

The final table is shown below :-

Person School College Branch
A DAV IIT Delhi CE
B DAV NIT Allahabad ECE
C BCM IIT Bombay CSE
D Sacred Heart Nirma University IT
E BVM BITS ME
F DAV Thapar EE
G KVM NIT Delhi AE
H BCM PU Bio Tech

Directions:(6-8) Read the following information and answer the questions.
There are seven fruit sellers sitting in a row.Their names are: Akash, Bhawana, Chetan, Dipak, Ganesh, Hari and Manish.All of them facing north and each of them sell different kind of fruit that is Apple, Banana, Cherry, Guava, Grapes, Kiwi and Oranges. Each of them has either blue or red container.
Additional information:
Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. Ganesh sells cherry in Red container and Manish sits to the immediately left of Akash. Chetan sells kiwi in the same color of the container of seller to his immediate left. No three sellers with same color of containers are sitting in a line together. Sellers sitting at the extreme ends have different color of containers. Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other but none of them sells either apple or guava.There are exactly two sellers sitting between the kiwi seller and the orange seller. Hari sells banana in Red container and sits on one of the extreme ends. The one who sells oranges does not sit in the middle of the row.Manish and the one who sells apples own a container of same color.

6.Who sits to the immediate right of the one who sells grapes?

a. Manish
b. Akash
c. Dipak
d. Bhawana
e. Ganesh

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E. Ganesh

Case 1

Hari sits on position 7 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 1 and 2 but not necessarily in same order and both of them own blue containers. Manish sits on position 1. If Chetan sits on position 3. Then chetan also owns a blue container. This is not possible. If Chetan sits on 4th or 5th position, then there is no place left for the orange seller. If Chetan sits on 6th position, then the one who sells oranges sits on 3rd position. Since Hari owns a red container, so Chetan and the one who sits on his immediate left owns a blue container. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. This is not possible. So, this case is rejected.

Case 2

Hari sits on position 1 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 6 and 7 but not necessarily in same order. Chetan sells kiwis in the same color of the container of seller to his immediate left. If Chetan sits on position 2 and sells Kiwi in red container. There are exactly two sellers between kiwi seller and orange seller. Then the one who sells oranges sits on position 4. The one who sells oranges does not sit in the middle of the row. So, this is not possible. If Chetan sits on 3rd position. Then the one who sells oranges sits on 5th
position. Hari owns a red container, then Chetan and the one who sits on 2nd position owns a blue container. And the one who owns a red container sits on 4th position. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. So, there is no such possibility. If Chetan sits on 5th position,then the one who sells oranges sits on 2nd position. Ganesh sits on 4th position and owns a red container. Since, Manish and the one who sells apples owns a container of same color. So, both of them own a blue container.The one who sells grapes sits on 3rd position and owns a blue container. The one who sells oranges may own a red or a blue.

So the final arrangement is :

Name of the Seller Hari Dipak/Bhawana Bhawana/Dipak Ganesh Chetan Manish Akash
Name of the Fruit Banana Orange Grapes Cherry Kiwi Guava Apple
Color of the container Red Red/Blue Blue Red Red Blue Blue

7.Who amongst the following does not own a blue colored container?

a. Chetan
b. Akash
c. The one who sells grapes
d. The immediate neighbor of Akash
e. None of these

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A. Chetan

Case 1

Hari sits on position 7 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 1 and 2 but not necessarily in same order and both of them own blue containers. Manish sits on position 1. If Chetan sits on position 3. Then chetan also owns a blue container. This is not possible. If Chetan sits on 4th or 5th position, then there is no place left for the orange seller. If Chetan sits on 6th position, then the one who sells oranges sits on 3rd position. Since Hari owns a red container, so Chetan and the one who sits on his immediate left owns a blue container. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. This is not possible. So, this case is rejected.

Case 2

Hari sits on position 1 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 6 and 7 but not necessarily in same order. Chetan sells kiwis in the same color of the container of seller to his immediate left. If Chetan sits on position 2 and sells Kiwi in red container. There are exactly two sellers between kiwi seller and orange seller. Then the one who sells oranges sits on position 4. The one who sells oranges does not sit in the middle of the row. So, this is not possible. If Chetan sits on 3rd position. Then the one who sells oranges sits on 5th
position. Hari owns a red container, then Chetan and the one who sits on 2nd position owns a blue container. And the one who owns a red container sits on 4th position. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. So, there is no such possibility. If Chetan sits on 5th position,then the one who sells oranges sits on 2nd position. Ganesh sits on 4th position and owns a red container. Since, Manish and the one who sells apples owns a container of same color. So, both of them own a blue container.The one who sells grapes sits on 3rd position and owns a blue container. The one who sells oranges may own a red or a blue.

So the final arrangement is :

Name of the Seller Hari Dipak/Bhawana Bhawana/Dipak Ganesh Chetan Manish Akash
Name of the Fruit Banana Orange Grapes Cherry Kiwi Guava Apple
Color of the container Red Red/Blue Blue Red Red Blue Blue

8.Which of the following cannot be possibly true?

a. Dipak sells grapes in blue container.
b. Chetan sells kiwis in red container.
c. Manish sells Guava in blue container.
d. Bhawana is the immediate neighbor of Hari.
e. All of the above can be true.

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E. All of the above can be true.

Case 1

Hari sits on position 7 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 1 and 2 but not necessarily in same order and both of them own blue containers. Manish sits on position 1. If Chetan sits on position 3. Then chetan also owns a blue container. This is not possible. If Chetan sits on 4th or 5th position, then there is no place left for the orange seller. If Chetan sits on 6th position, then the one who sells oranges sits on 3rd position. Since Hari owns a red container, so Chetan and the one who sits on his immediate left owns a blue container. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. This is not possible. So, this case is rejected.

Case 2

Hari sits on position 1 and sells bananas in red container. Apple seller and Guava seller are sitting adjacent to each other. One of them is at extreme corner. The one who sells Apple and Guava sits on position 6 and 7 but not necessarily in same order. Chetan sells kiwis in the same color of the container of seller to his immediate left. If Chetan sits on position 2 and sells Kiwi in red container. There are exactly two sellers between kiwi seller and orange seller. Then the one who sells oranges sits on position 4. The one who sells oranges does not sit in the middle of the row. So, this is not possible. If Chetan sits on 3rd position. Then the one who sells oranges sits on 5th
position. Hari owns a red container, then Chetan and the one who sits on 2nd position owns a blue container. And the one who owns a red container sits on 4th position. So, Ganesh sits on 4th position. But Dipak and Bhawana sit next to each other. So, there is no such possibility. If Chetan sits on 5th position,then the one who sells oranges sits on 2nd position. Ganesh sits on 4th position and owns a red container. Since, Manish and the one who sells apples owns a container of same color. So, both of them own a blue container.The one who sells grapes sits on 3rd position and owns a blue container. The one who sells oranges may own a red or a blue.

So the final arrangement is :

Name of the Seller Hari Dipak/Bhawana Bhawana/Dipak Ganesh Chetan Manish Akash
Name of the Fruit Banana Orange Grapes Cherry Kiwi Guava Apple
Color of the container Red Red/Blue Blue Red Red Blue Blue


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