Puzzle and seating arrangement for IBPS PO : Set – 38

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Puzzle and seating arrangement for IBPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.

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Eight persons J, K, B, A, D, E, L, and M are sitting around a circular table facing the center. They belong to different cities of India, viz. Delhi, Pune, Jaipur, Chennai, Meerut, Raipur, Mumbai and Kolkata, but not necessarily in the same order. They also read three different newspapers – The Hindu, TOI and The Mint. At least two persons read one newspaper and not more than three persons read one newspaper. Only A and D read The Hindu and A sits third to the right of D. J is from Meerut and reads TOI and sits on the immediate right of D. E is from Chennai and reads The Mint. M reads the same newspaper as L. L is third to the left of E. K sits opposite the person who is from Kolkata. B sits exactly opposite to the person who belongs to Delhi. The persons who belong to Raipur and Jaipur read TOI. L is from Kolkata. K is from Jaipur. The persons who read TOI do not sits adjacent to each other. The one who is from Mumbai does not read TOI or The Hindu. M is not from Raipur.

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1.Who among the following is from Pune?

A. The one who reads The Mint
B. A
C. The one who reads TOI
D. D
E. None of these

2.Which of the following groups read The Mint newspaper?

A. E, L,M
B. B, L, M
C. K, B,M
D. L, E, B
E. None of these

3.D belongs to which of the following Clty?

A. Raipur
B. Pune
C. Delhi
D. Mumbai
E. None of these

4.Which of the following combinations is true?

A. L – TOI – Kolkata
B. B –The Mint – Pune
C. A – The Hindu – Delhi
D. All is true
E. None of these

5. Which of the following statements is/are true?

A. L is from Kolkata and reads TOI..
B. B is from Raipur and reads TOI.
C. E does not read The Mint.
D. M belongs to Puneand reads The Hindu.
E. None of these

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

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Seven different students named Jeet, Raj, Lokesh, Swati, Shweta, Rohan and Deepa have English exams on different days of the week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Some of them are boys and some of them are girls. Their score are 600, 60, 45, 2025, 90, 45 and 260. Rohan has an exam on Thursday. Two exams are there between the exam of Rohan and the exam of Jeet. The one who has an exam on the First day of the week, scores 600. The sum of scores of Deepa and Raj is equal to the score of Swati. Day of exam of all the girls should be preceded and succeeded by the exam of boys and Shweta is the only girl whose exam cannot be succeeded by any one. Jeet is the only boy whose exam is followed by another boy’s exam. Only one exam is there between the exam of Shweta and Swati. The score of the boy which have an exam on Thursday is the perfect square of the score of the student whose exam is on Saturday. The exam Shweta is not on the day immediately before or immediately after the day of the exam of student Rohan. Lokesh has an exam on the day immediately before the day of the exam of Deepa. The exam of Swati is not after the exam of Raj. Lokesh scores more than Shweta.

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6.As per the given arrangement which of the following combination represents only the students who are girls?

A. Shweta, Rohan
B. Raj, Jeet, Shweta
C. Rohan, Deepa, Lokesh
D. Jeet, Shweta
E. Deepa, Shweta, Swati.

7.As per the given arrangement, Who among the following person has an exam between the exam of Deepa and Swati?

A. Raj
B. Jeet
C. Lokesh
D. Rohan
E. Deepa

8.Who among the following is a Girl?

A. Jeet
B. Lokesh
C. Swati
D. All of the Above
E. Other than those given as options

9.Which of the following combinations is correct as per the given arrangement?

A. Monday – Jeet
B. Tuesday – Deepa
C. Wednesday – Raj
D. Thursday – Swati
E. Friday – Shweta

10.Who amongst the following scores 600?

A. Jeet
B. ROhan
C. Raj
D. Deepa
E. Shweta


Correct Answers

  1. B. S
  2. A. E, L,M
  3. C. Delhi
  4. E. None of these
  5. B. B is from Raipur and reads TOI.

 

6. E. Deepa, Shweta, Swati.

7. D. Rohan

8. C. Swati

9. A. Monday – Jeet

10. A. Jeet

Days Students Boy/Girl Score
Monday Jeet Boy 600
Tuesday Lokesh Boy 260
Wednesday Deepa Girl 45
Thursday Rohan Boy 2025
Friday Swati Girl 90
Saturday Raj Boy 45
Sunday Shweta Girl 60

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