# IBPS SO& IPPB Exams 2017 – Section wise Full Test – 130

IBPS SO& IPPB Scale I Exams 2017 – Section wise Full Test – 130:

Dear Readers, IBPS SO Exam 2017 was approaching, for that we have given the Section wise Full Test which consist of all the five sections such as, Aptitude, Reasoning, English, Computer and General Awareness. This Section wise Full Test will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

On the occasion of a cultural program in a stadium, there are 400 artists in all who are participating in four different events viz- Drama, Dance, Skit, and Singing.

The ratio of male to female artists is 2:3. 25% of the female artists are participating in Drama. 40% of the female artists are participating in Dance. The remaining female artists are participating in Skit and Singing in the ratio of 4:3. The ratio of male artists who are participating in Drama and other events together is 1:7. 25% of those male artists who are not participating in Drama are participating in Singing. The remaining male artists are participating in Dance and Skit in the ratio of 3:4.

1).What is the total number of female artists who are participating in Drama and Skit together?
a) 106
b) 104
c) 108
d) 112
e) 110

2).What is the difference between the male artists participating in Skit and the female artists participating in Singing?
a) 20
b) 24
c) 22
d) 25
e) 21

3).What is the ratio of the female artists participating in Singing to those male artists participating in Dance?
a) 2:3
b) 5:6
c) 3:4
d) 6:7
e) 4:5

4).What is the total number of artists participating in Dance and Drama together?
a) 221
b) 222
c) 208
d) 228
e) 218

5).What is the ratio of the male artists participating in Singing to the female artists participating in Skit?
a) 39:47
b) 38:47
c) 36:47
d) 35:48
e) 35:47

REASONING
Directions (1-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are eight persons viz, A, B, C, D, E, F, H and J are sitting around a circle. Five of them are facing towards the centre.

6).Which of the following papers is read by the one who sits on the immediate right of J?
a) The Hindu
b) The Herald
c) The Dawn
d) Navbharat Times
e) The Economic Times

7).Which of the following is matched correctly?
a) A- Hindustan Times
b) H- The Dawn
c) C- The Economic Times
d) B- The Herald
e) E- The Hindu

8).Which of the following groups is facing away from the centre?
a) A, B, D
b) A, C, D
c) E, A, D
d) J, C, D
e) H, D, B

9).If D is related to A and in the same way H is related to C in a certain way, then F is related to
a) J
b) C
c) None
d) A
e) B

10).How many persons sit between the one who reads The Dawn and the one who reads Navbharat Times?
a) Three
b) Two
c) One
d) None
e) Other than the given options

ENGLISH
Directions (11-15): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.
Italian super – luxury sports car manufacturer Lamborghini has spread its wings in India. And it, has just opened a dealership in bengaluru, the IT (information technology). capital of the country,
It has already a dealership in Mumbai, the financial capital, and Delhi, the political capital. At a price tag of over Rs. 1 Crore. Who will buy a Lamborghini car? Rather, what gives the Italian car maker the confidence to not only drive into India but also expand its presence? The choice of its location for dealership gives a clue or two to its game plan, and also an insight into its prospective customer profile. While dealership in Mumbai and Delhi are understandable considering the wealth and power that reside in these two metros, the choice of Bengaluru to locate it new dealership indicates that the Italian company is betting big on the neo rich who have sprouted in big numbers in the wake of an unprecedented growth experienced by this city. If super – luxury brand like Lamborghini is sensing an unfolding big opportunity in a New India, other traditional global luxury car makers have turned very ambitious with new launches. Despite high import duty barriers, global luxury car markers continue to believe that roll out new models and ramp up dealership in a bid to sustain the appetite of India’s super rich for expensive cars is only likely to grow. After the launch of BMW M5, priced at Rs. 1.35 crore its german rival Mercedes – Benz launched next – generation C- Class, priced at Rs. 40.9 lakh in New Delhi. The C- Class is one of the most successful products of Merc in India. It has so far sold over 20,000 units C- class in India. Till date, Lamborghini had sold around 94 sports cars in the country. It said the high import duty would impact the company’s sales in India, and 2014 might see a lower volume. In 2013, it sold around 22 super – luxury sports cars in India. “The import duty in India is higher than many other counties. We want to sell more cars in the country but the import duty in India is high as much as 167 percent. This huge import tax will impact the sales of the super cars in the country,” said Automobili Lamborghini President and CEO Stephan Winkelman. Apart from the high import duty, the late launch of its new model Huracan into India market was another reason for lower sales this year. The company expects to improve the sales next year. Lamborghini is also considering the possibility of launching its SUV in India by 2018. In  April 2012 the company showcased its concept SUV at the Beijing Auto Show.

11).Which of the following rationale explains the curtailing of Lamborghini car trade in India?
(A) The price figure ranges over one crore.
(B) Lofty import duty
(C) Delayed launch of its new model
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Only C and A
d) Only B and C
e) Only A and B

12).What kind of strategy is mentioned in the passage about the car selling geographical factor?
a) Launching a new model every six months will give lots of choices to buyers.
b) Competitive environment leads to better designing of Lamborghini cars.
c) Seeking out well – heeled people who have enormously emerged in Bengaluru.
d) Mumbai and Delhi are having many rich people, so it was easy for the company to launch their car first here.
e) None of these

13).Which of the following statements is true according to the given passage?
a) Lamborghini in the only company to flourish better in India when it comes to car sales.
b) The new model Huracan’s predecessor is Mercedes’ C- class
c) Lamborghini proliferates augmentation in India.
d) Mercedes- Benz is an adherent of Lamborghini.
e) None of these

14).According to the passage what makes the company think that their sales will grow in the country?
(A) The ability of afford high import duties by Indians who are living in rich metropolitan areas.
(B) The inclination of moneyed people towards sports car will potentially grow.
(C) The luxury car is a stipulated requirement or thriving people as it has been seen in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Only C and A
d) Only B and C
e) Only A and B

15).What can be concluded from the passage about the buyers and sellers of Lamborghini cars?
(A) People in India have a good preference and knowledge about the Lamborghini car.
(B) Buyers are afar of sellers in India, therefore new metropolitan city was opted to launch a new dealership.
(C) Regarding car sales competitive environment is ubiquitous in India.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Only C
d) Only B and C
e) Only A and B

Solutions:
(1 – 5):
Number of male artists = 160
Number of female artists = 240

1. C)Required answer = 60 + 48 = 108
2. B)Required difference = 60 – 36 = 24
3. E)Required ratio = 36 : 45 = 4:5
4. A)Required answer = (20+45) + (60+96) = 65+ 156 = 221
5. D)Required ratio = 35:48

(6 – 10):

6. B)   7. D)   8. B)   9. C)   10. A)   11. D)   12. C)   13. C)   14. B)   15. C)