Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO& RBI Grade B 2017 (Puzzle)

Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO& RBI Grade B 2017

Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO& RBI Grade B 2017 (Puzzle) :


Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions for NICL AO& RBI Grade B 2017  was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for Bank exams& all other Competitive examination can use this material.


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Directions (Q.1-5): Study the given information carefully to answer the given question

A show case fixed against the wall of a showroom has six compartments. Each compartment contains a chain of different e-books vizReasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English, Computer, Banking and Current Affairs, but not necessarily in the same order. The Reasoninge-book has been kept neither on the top nor on the bottom. Only one e-book has been kept between the Bankinge-book and the Englishe-book. There are two e-books between the Current Affairse-book and the Reasoninge-book. The Computere-book is just above the Bankinge-book. The Quantitative Aptitudee-book is below the Reasoninge-book.
1.What is the position of the Quantitative Aptitude e-book when counted from the bottom?

First
Second
Third
Fourth
Cannot be determined

1).

Answer: E

2. What is the position of the Bankinge-book with respect to Current Affairse-book?

Four places above
Four places below
Two places below
Either option a or c
None of these
2). Answer: D


3. How many e-books are there between the Current Affairse-book and the Quantitative Aptitudee-book?

None
Three
Four
Either option a or c
None of these
3). Answer: D


4.How many e-books are there between the Reasoninge-book and the Quantitative Aptitudee-book?

None
One
Two
Cannot be determined
None of these
4). Answer: B


5.How many rearrangements are possible based on the given information?

Two
One
Three
Four
None of these
5). Answer: A


Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.


There are seven friends, namely Deepa, Archana, Lakshmi, Divya, Nisha, Shivya and Geeta. They work in the different banks, ieAxis Bank, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank. There are at least two persons in the same bank. Moreover, each of these seven friends has a different salary as well. No two of them have the same salary. In addition to this, some information is given as follows.
I. Shivya works in HDFC Bank and earns more than only Geeta.
II. Deepa does not work with Archana and Geeta.
III. Archana stands 4th from the top when arranged in descending order of their salaries.
IV. Nisha is neither from Axis Bank not from the bank where Divya works.
V. Geeta and Lakshmi are in the same bank.
VI. Divya works only with Archana but not in Axis Bank and she earns less than only Lakshmi and Nisha.
VII. At most three people can work in the same bank.

6.Among the following persons, Deepa works with whom?

Divya
Lakshmi
Nisha
Cannot be determined
None of these
6).Directions (Q. 6-10):



Salary in descending order
1 = Lakshmi/Nisha
2 = Lakshmi/Nisha
3 = Divya
4 = Archana
5 = Deepa
6 = Shivya
7 = Geeta

Answer: C


7.Who among the following work in the HDFC Bank?

Shivya, Nisha and Deepa
Shivya, Divya and Archana
Lakshmi, Geeta and Shivya
Shivya, Deepa and Lakshmi
None of these
7). Answer: A


8.Which of the following is definitely true about Lakshmi?

She works in the HDFC Bank.
She earns the most among all the friends.
She works with Geeta in the ICICI Bank.
All are true
None of these
8). Answer: E


9.Who amongst them earns the most?

Lakshmi
Nisha
Geeta
Cannot be determined
None of these
9). Answer: D

10.Which of the following statements is/are false?

Geeta earns more than only Deepa
Nisha works in the ICICI Bank
The Axis Bank has the maximum number of persons working
All are false
None of these
10). Answer: D

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