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Directions (1 – 5): Study the following pie charts and the information given below them carefully and answer the given questions.
Total number of employees in organization II is 24800
1). The total number of which level employees in both the organisation together is the maximum?
2). The difference between the numbers of employees in the two organisations of which level is the maximum?
3). The number of C level employees in organisation I is approximately equal to the number of which level employees in organisation II?
4). The number of B level employees in organisation I is less than that in organisation II by approximately what per cent?
5). What is the total number of F level employees in organisation I and E level employees in organisation II together?
6). The number of A level employees in organisation II is approximately what per cent of the number of D level employees in organisation I?
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
In a certain code language ‘student attends class’ is written as ‘chi ki pa’, ‘he is honest student’ is written as ‘din sa chi ta’, ‘teacher teaches in class’ is written as ‘la ja pa ha’ and ‘he is teacher’ is written as ‘din sa ha’.
7). What does ‘ta’ stand for?
e) None of these
8). Which of the following may be the code for ‘is he in class’?
a) ja pa din sa
b) pa ja la ta
c) chi din sa ja
d) din sa ki la
e) cannot be determined
9). What is the code for ‘teaches’?
e) Can’t be determined
10). What is the code for ‘he’?
d) din or sa
e) None of these
11). How is ‘student’ written in that code language?
e) None of these
Directions (Q. 12-16): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) into a meaning full paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(A) The urban poor were neglected.
(B) A new generation of professionals however are attempting to reach the urban poor.
(C) This is because they were considered too mobile and lacking in cohesion.
(D) Microfinance institutions have traditionally focused on the rural poor.
(E) These factors do not facilitate generation of peer group pressure which is essential for the success of the microfinance model.
(F) Their challenge will be to adapt the traditional microfinance model to one suited to urban microfinance
12). Which of the following is the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
13). Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
14). Which of the following is the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?
15). Which of the following is the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
16). Which of the following is the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
(1 – 6):
Number of employees in organisation I
at level A =(24×20400)/100 =4896
Similarly, at level B=(8×20400)/100 =1632
At level C=(14×20400)/100 =2856
At level D=(30×20400)/100=6120
At level E=(11×20400)/100=2244
At level F=(13×20400)/100=2652
Number of employees in organisation II
At level A =(14×24800)/100 =3472
At level B=(16×24800)/100=3968
At level C=(32×24800)/100=7936
At level D=(8×24800)/100=1984
At level E=(18×24800)/100=4464
At level F=(12×24800)/100=2976
1). c) At level C=7936+2856 =10792
2). e) Difference at level C is maximum
3). c) The number of employees in organisation I at level C=2856
The number of employees in organisation II at level F is 2976
Which is approximately equal to level C.
4). d) Reqd% =(1632/3968) x100 =41.12% =40%
5). c) Total employees =2652+4464 =7116
6). c) Reqd%=(3472/6120)x100 =56.73 =57%
(7 – 10):
Directions (Q. 12-16)
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