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SSC CHSL 2015 Result/Marks declared

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Staff Selection Commission has Issued the Official Notification of Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination, 2015 for recruitment of Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerks declaration of Final Results Marks of Candidates list Out.So Eligible Candidates Check the Results & Marks of Candidates list. now Available from the Official website of Staff Selection Commission or Check the Link given below.

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 79 for IBPS PO

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Direction (1-5): Total number of candidates applied for SSC exam from six different cities together is 6.5 lakh. Following  chart shows the percentage distribution of total candidates among these cities and the table shows t he percentage of girls applied for SSC from these cities:-

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1. What is the total number of boys applied from city B in SSC exam ?
1) 64350 2) 65680 3) 67860 4)  68760 5) 69660

2. What is the difference between total number of boys and total number of girls applied from city A ?
1) 32400 2) 33800 3) 34200 4)35500 5) 36300

3. What is the ratio between number of girls applied from city B and city C ?
1) 3 : 5 2) 4 : 7 3) 5 : 9 4)  7 : 10 5) 8 : 13

4. Number of boys applied from city F is approximately what percent of total number of candidate applied from all six cities together ?
1) 8.64% 2) 10.92% 3) 11.48% 4)  12.64% 5) 13.5%

5. What is the total number of girls applied from all six cities together ?
1) 290355 2) 292165 3) 293445 4)  294575 5) 295050

 

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) :- Following bar graph shows the production of an item (In thousand) by two companies A and
B over the years. The line graph shows the percentage sale of these companies in given years :-

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6. What is the difference between total item produced by company A and Company B in the whole period ofsix years ?
1)  34000 2)  35000 3)  36000 4)  37000 5)  38000

7. What is the total sale of company A and B together in year 2008 ?
1) 50700 2) 51100 3) 52400 4)  53500 5) 54800

8. In the following years which year the percentage rise/fall in production of company B is maximum ?
1) 2009 2) 2010 3) 2011 4)  2012 5) 2013

9. Sale of company B in year 2009 is approximately what percentage of sale of company A in year 2012 ?
1) 64% 2) 72% 3) 78% 4)  84% 5) 96%

10. Sale of company A in year 2013 is approximately how much percentage more or less than the sale of company B in that year?

1) 53% 2) 57% 3) 61% 4)  63% 5) 67%

 

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 78 for IBPS PO

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Direction (Q. 1-5):What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following number series :-

1. 17, 19, 29, 59, 127, ?
1) 251 2) 257 3) 263 4)  271 5) 283

2. 18, 29, 44, 67, 106, ?
1) 158 2) 163 3) 177 4)  189 5) 197

3. 114, 398, 613, 767, 868, ?
1) 924 2) 968 3) 1012 4)  1047 5) 1094

4. 72, 37, 40, 65, 137, ?
1) 337.5 2) 341.5 3) 347.5 4)  351.5 5) 357.5

5. 7, 62, 488, 3389, 20270, ?
1) 100465 2) 101225 3) 104345 4)  105125 5) 106885

Direction (Q. 6-10):Following line graph shows the percentage profit earned by two companies 'A' and 'B' during the period of 2007 to 2013 :-

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6. If the expenditure of company A and B in year 2008 was 18.5 lakh and 17.3 lakh respectively then what was the income of company A and company B together in year 2008 ?
1) 46.46 lakh 2) 47.24 lakh 3) 48.5 lakh 4)  49.38 lakh 5) 50.6 lakh

7. If the income of company A in 2011 and that of B in 2010 are  `  24.36 lakh and `  18.36 lakh respectively then what is the total expenditure of company A in 2011 and company B in 2010. ?
1) 30.4 lakh 2) 31.2 lakh 3) 32.8 lakh 4)  33.5 lakh 5) 34.6 lakh

 

8. If the expenditure of company A in 2009 and income of company B in 2013 are equal then what will be  the ratio of income of company A in 2009 and expenditure of company B in 2013 ?
1) 5 : 4 2) 25 : 16 3) 1 : 1 4) Can't be calculated 5) None of these

9. If the expenditure of company A in 2012 and company B in 2009 are equal then the income of company Ain 2012 is approximately what percentage of income of company B in 2009 ?
1) 88.9% 2) 96% 3) 112.5% 4)  118.5% 5) 122.5%

10. In the following years in which year the percentage rise/fall percent profit of company B is maximum compare to its
previous year ? 1) 2008 2) 2009 3) 2010 4)  2011 5) 2012

 

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NABARD Notification 2016 / Development Assistants 85 posts

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National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development has Published Notification of Development Assistants/ Development Assistants (Hindi) posts. The Interested eligible candidates can Apply before on 20 September 2016. Essential Qualifications , Age-Limit , Age relaxation, Remuneration, Application fee, Professional Qualification Experience and general Conditions, etc. are given under will be Check the official website of NABARD  .

Published Date : Month of August 2016

Notification No. 01 / DA / 2016-17

Address : Plot No. C-24, G Block, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai – 400051

Post Name : Development Assistants/ Development Assistants (H) posts

Opening Date of Submission of Application : 30 August 2016

Closing of Submission of Application : 20 September 2016

Date of Examination : November / December 2016. 

Post & Vacancy Details : Development Assistant & Development Assistant (Hindi) : 85 posts

Education Qualification :The Candidates Should have been must qualify a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks (pass class for SC/ST/PWD candidates) in the aggregate and the knowledge of word processing on Computer.

Pay scale : Rs. 8,860/‐

Selection Method : two phases viz. Preliminary and Main Exam. Both the exams will be held online

Age Limit as on :

Age Limit between : 18 years and 35 years as on 31st July 2016

Age Relaxation :

OBC for : 3 years,  up to 38 years

SC/ST for : 5 years, up to 40 years

PH for : 10 years (GEN) ,13 years (OBC) & 15 years (SC/ST)

Fees Payment Mode : 

General & OBC for : Rs. 450/-

SC/ST for : Rs. 50/-

How To Apply :  Interested ,Eligible candidates can Apply for the official website of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development .Applicants subscribing the post applied for Application Registration before on 20 September 2016.

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 77 for IBPS PO

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1. Dimension of a rectangular floor is 8m.× 9m. The floor is to be tiled fully with 8cm.× 6cm. rectangular tiles without breaking it to smaller size. What is the number of tiles required ?
1) 9000 2) 12000 3) 15000 4) 18000 5) None of these

2. Dimension of a rectangular park is 13m.×18m. It has 2.5 m. wide pavement all around it both from inside and outside. What will be the cost of construction of the pavement if the rate of construction is ` 11 per square metre ?
1)  `  3320 2)  `  3350 3)  `  3380 4)  `  3400 5)  `  3410

3. The circumference of a circular garden is 792 metre. Outside the garden, a road of 10.5m. width runs around it. What will be the cost of gravelling the road if rate is `  6 per square metre ?
1)  `  51975 2)  `  52325 3)  `  53450 4)  `  54775 5)  `  57450

4. How many bricks will be required for a wall 32 metres long, 8m. high and 25 cm. thick, if each brick's dimension is 32cm.×16 cm.×10 cm. ?
1)  10000 2)  12500 3) 15000 4) 17500 5) 20000

5. A cylinder of length 33 cm. and diameter 18cm. is melted and cast into sphere of diameter 3cm. How many spheres can be  made ?
1)  524 2)  578 3) 594 4) 618 5) 632

Direction (6 - 10) :- Two equations (I) and (II) are given in each question. On the basis of these equations. You have
to decide the relation between 'x' and 'y' and give answer :-

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 76 for IBPS PO

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1. If the rate of interest rises from  $1\over2$  % to 11%, a person's annual income increases by `770 . What is the capital ?
1)  `21000 2)  `22000 3)  `23000 4)  `24000 5)  `25000

2. In what time will `38550 amounts to  `  44964.72 at 8% p.a. compound interest ?
1) 1year 2) 2 years 3) 3 years 4)  4 years 5) None of these

3. A shopkeeper purchased 80 kg. of rice at the rate of `  15 per kg. He sold 30 kg. at a profit of 10%. At what rate per kg. should he sell the remaining rice to get a profit of 15% on the whole deal?
1) `  17 /kg. 2) `  17.50 /kg. 3) `  17.70 /kg. 4) `  18/kg. 5) `  18.20/kg.

4. 5 men or 8 women or 10 boys can do a work in 17 days. Then in how many days will 1 man, 1 woman and 1 boy do the work?
1) 20 days 2) 30 days 3) 40 days 4) 45 days 5) 50 days

5. The ratio of X's and Y's ages is 3 : 4. If the difference between the present age of Y and the age of X 12 years hence is 6 years then what is the sum of present ages of X and Y ?
1) 94 years 2) 108 years 3) 112 years 4) 118 years 5) 126 years

6. On selling on item for `  345, a shopkeeper loses 8%. In order to gain 16%, at what price he should sell the item ?
1)  `420 2)  `425 3)  `430 4)  `435 5) `  440

7. A person travels certain distance by bus at the speed of 35 km/hr. and walked back at the rate of 10km/hr. The whole journey took 22 hours and 30 minutes. What distance did he travel by bus ?
1) 150 km. 2) 170 km. 3) 175 km. 4) 180 km. 5) 185 km.

 

8. From 5 boys and 7 girls in how many ways can be 6 chosen to include at least one boy ?
1) 896 2) 917 3) 928 4) 943 5) 961

9. A bag contains 7 black and 6 blue balls. 2 balls are drawn at random. What is the probability that both are blue ?

1) $5\over26$
2) $3\over20$
3) $5\over21$
4) $3\over25$
5) None of these

10. A train crosses 185 metres and 230 metres long platform in 18 sec. and 21 sec. respectively. What is the speed of train?
1) 10 m/s. 2) 12 m/s. 3) 15 m/s. 4) 20 m/s. 5) 25 m/s.

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 75 for IBPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-5): What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following equations?

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Direction (Q. 6-10): In the given table the percentage of marks scored by five students in different subjects is shown. Answer following questions based on this table :-

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6. What are the total marks scored by student 'C' in all six subjects?
1) 421 2) 423.5 3) 425 4) 426.5 5) 429

7. What is the average marks scored in subject 'Q' by all students ?
1) 64.2 2) 66.5 3) 68.4 4) 69.8 5) 71.6

8. Marks scored by student 'C' in subject 'T' is approximately what percentage of mark scored by student 'D' in subject 'P'?
1) 92.5% 2) 87.5% 3) 82.5% 4) 77.5% 5) 72.5%

9. Marks scored by student 'A' in subject 'U' is approximately how much percentage more/less than marks scored by student 'B' in subject 'Q' ?
1) 35% 2) 45% 3) 55% 4) 65% 5) 75%

10. What is the aggregate percentage of student 'E' considering all six subjects ?
1) 47.4% 2) 50.3% 3) 54.5% 4) 57.2% 5) 59%

 

Answers :-

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English Language Quiz 74 for IBPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks wit h appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

No one questioned the union leadership for its failure to (1). These dissensions in the (2). However,  (3)it wasn't aware of the gravity of problems faced by the trade union or it was helpless to check them. In either case its drawbacks  (4)exposed. That, in fact, is the sum and substance of union leader's barely (5)attack on the helmsmen of the company. The trade union, was not able to factor in employee who had used the ballot to vent their anger; or take into (6)union's need for 'strong, decisive and result-oriented leaders' who will 'formulate policies and programmes  for the poor and implement them with firmness. Even though his union's leader (7)over backwards to claim that the boss a known critic of company's profligately populist policies-meant no offence to the company leadership, his message could not have been more (8). But in the end, his outburst could be no more than a positioning to strike a better deal for his trade union's (9). The alliance begins.  He is far (10) astute a businessman to strain this alliance to breaking point.

1. 1) firm 2) nip 3) defer 4) bleak 5) advent

2. 1) deem 2) relish 3) zeal 4) bud 5) craze

3. 1) as 2) soon 3) well 4) but 5) either

4. 1) stood 2) decimate 3) eloquent 4) stagger 5) immoral

5. 1) wobbling 2) veiled 3) veer 4) stern 5) ratify

6. 1) indulgence 2) account 3) imperil 4) pawn 5) overlook

7. 1) asked 2) obscured 3)  slant 4) inculpate 5) bent

8. 1) forthright 2) nurture 3) beguile 4) diffident 5) objectionable

9. 1) where 2) whereas 3) how 4) when 5) why

10. 1) being 2) been 3) too 4) to 5) from

 

Answers :-

 

1.2 ,    2.4,     3.5,     4.1,     5.2 ,      6.2 ,    7.5 ,    8.1 ,    9.4 ,    10.3

English Language Quiz 73 for IBPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-5): In the following questions, a sentence has been given with some part of it in bold. To make the sentence correct, you have to replace the bold part with the correct as it is, please give 5) as you r answer (ie No correction required):-

1. Besides fostering peace and brotherhood among communities, scholars will also spell out  what the stand of Islam on issue like female foeticide sexual exploitation and alcoholism.
1) Stand of Islam on issue. 2) The stand of Islam at issues. 3) Various issue on Islam. 4) The stand of Islam on issues. 5) No correction required.

2. Never before in the history of the state and very rarely in the history of the country has a sparkling galaxy of business tycoons of such stunning magnitude  ever gathered above one roof.
1) Never have above. 2) Ever gathered under. 3) Ever gather above. 4) Never gather around. 5) No correction required.

3. I have been informed that the Vice-President of our company has said that the company will try to pass the bill during the current project ?
1) Have tried to pass bill. 2) Will try to passing the bill. 3) Will try to pass bill. 4) Won't try to issue a bill. 5)  No error.

4. Population growth is the natural factor in increasing size of villages, that will the desire to shift to nearby bigger villages or towns in search of employment.
1) But so would be the desire. 2) That won't be required. 3) Therefore will desire. 4) Launch new desire. 5) No correction required.

5. Unlike supermarkets that accepting credit card,  Kirana shops largely deal in cash, most if not all of which is untaxed and flows into the so-called parallel economy.
1) could have argued 2) with their economies of scale 3) no one accept cards 4) which accept credit cards. 5) whether accepting the cards

Directions (Q. 6-10):  Rearrange the following Seven sentences A, B, C, D, E, F and G in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below :-

A) Yet Ashoka, Akbar and Aurangzeb have arterial roads in central Delhi named after them.
B) The subjugation of Kalinga alone cost the lives of one lakh soldiers and civilians who rose in its defence, as well as  1.5 lakh deportations.
C) So why not give the British a place in our history as well,
D) The scale of later redemptive acts by Asoka and Akbar may have been great,
E) Which would have the additional beneficial effect of unlocking new sources of tourist revenue ?
F) Ashoka the Great was a military conqueror and empire builder in the same mould as Akbar.
G) But so was the scale of crimes they committed.

6. Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?
1) A 2) C 3) E 4) G 5) B

7. Which of the following would be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement ?
1) E 2) B 3) C 4) A 5) D

8. Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement ?
1) C 2) A 3) D 4) F 5) G

9. Which of the following would be the LAST (SEVENTH) sentence after rearrangement ?
1) B 2) E 3) C 4) A 5) G

10. Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement ?
1) G 2) E 3) D 4) C 5) B

Answers :-

1.  4 ,     2.2 ,     3.5 ,     4.1 ,     5.4
(6-10) F B D G A C E

English Language Quiz 72 for IBPS PO

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Direction :- (1 - 10) :  Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Khap panchayat is the union of a few villages, mainly in north India though it exists in similar forms in the rest of the country. Lately they have emerged as quasi-judicial bodies that pronounce harsh punishments based on age-old customs and traditions, often bordering on regressive measures to modern problems. It is as old as 14th century started by upper caste jats to consolidate their power and position. The main rule is that all boys and girls within a khap are considered siblings. Khap panchayat governs the khap formed by same gotra (clan) families from several neighbouring villages. Khap panchayats are prevalent in Haryana, western Uttar Pradesh and Parts of Rajasthan.Love marriages are considered taboo in areas governed by Khap panchayats. Those living in a Khap are not allowed to marry in the same gotraor even in any gotra from the same village. Many young couples have been killed in the past defying khap rules. Khap panchyat imposes its writ through social  boycotts and fines and in most cases end up either killing or forcing the victims to commit suicide. All this is done in the name of brotherhood and its honour. It is due to the inherent weakness of democratically elected Panchayati Raj institutions, Khap panchayats have been powerful. Even the government has not done much to control their power. The 10-15 men who constitute a Khap settle disputes and control the lives of young people. Many village people also defend these
caste panchayats as they deliver the verdict in one sitting whereas court cases drag for years.  According to them ,in many cases innocent people get harassed in the court and by police. Here as everyone is known so they cross check everything to ensure neutrality.
In some Haryana villages, the young girls are routinely threatened, abused and killed all under Khapverdicts. It is acceptable for the families to feed pesticide pills to the teenage girls and then dispose off their  bodies by burning them without any police records. The entire onus of siblinghood rests on the girl. She is the keeper of village honor. Sometimes rules are bend for the boys but a girl is never allowed to bend the rules. If a couple run away then the families risk the boycott and hefty fines in lakhs of rupees. Even the other women of the house can suffer abuse. In keeping with the khap rules , older villages try to keep the young people apart. Some schools are also forced to have separate timings for the boys and girls. Fearing their daughters would go astray,many parents marry them off at an early age. People have unquestionable faith in the justice of khap. The question of rights for women does not exist any where in the territories ruled by Khap panchayats

1.Which of the following can better define khap panchayat ?
1) It's the union of few villages, which exist in the Northern country.
2) Khap formed by same gotra from the same village but can take decision of many villages.
3) It's a political groups.
4) It's a system of social administration only for the Jat of various villages.
5) None of these

2. On which of the following principle Khap Panchayat does work ?
1) It discourages women empowerment.
2) All boys and girls within a Khap are considered siblings.
3) They believe in conservative.
4) Mainly focus on socialism.
5) All of the above

 

3. What do you mean by honour killing ?
1) It's the homicide of a member of a family or social group by other family.
2) Murder of a group of dedicated individuals.
3) It's a murder by family on member of family who are believed to have brought shame on the family  name.
4) All of the above
5) None of these

4. What are not allowed in the area governed by Panchayat ?
1) Love marriages 2) Women education 3) Religious riots
4) Both 1 and 2 5) None of these

5. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage ?
1) Khap Panchayat decisions are always considered by the Government of India.
2) Rural people don't have faith in the justice of Khap.
3) It's a group of religious people.
4) Khap Panchayat are always in the favour of female foeticide.
5) None of these

Direction (6 - 8) :  Choose the word which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage-

6. Regressive
1) Centralize 2) Backward 3) Ahead 4) Aggressive 5) Confront

7. Consolidate
1) Develop 2) Frustrate 3) Strengthen 4) Exclude 5) Refrain

8. Onus
1) Blame 2) Infrequent 3) Hassle 4) Essential 5) Encourage

Direction (9 - 10) :Choose the word which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage-

9. Boycott
1) Contend 2) Unify 3) Strengthen 4) Fight for 5) Hold

10. Verdict
1) Prevailing 2) Essential 3) Frustrate 4) Vivid 5) Accusation

 

Answers :-

 

1.5 ,    2.2 ,    3.3 ,    4.1,     5.5 ,    6.2,     7.3 ,    8.1 ,    9. 3,     10.5

National & International Institution Head,Headquarters and Founded

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Hello Bankers Guru adda viewers Find Now National & International Institution Head,Headquarters and Founded

1.  World Trade Organization (WTO) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Roberto Azevedo
Founded on – 1 January, 1995

2.  World Health Organization (WHO) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Dr Margaret Chan
Founded on – 7 April, 1948

3.  World Economic Forum (WEF) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Klaus Schwab
Founded on – 1971

4. World Intellectual Property Organisation(WIPO Also
called OMPI) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Francis Gurry
Founded on – July 14, 1967

5.  International Labour Organisation (ILO/OIT) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Guy Ryder
Founded on – 1919

6. United Nations Conference on Trade & Development
(UNCTAD) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Mukhisa Kituyi
Founded on – 1964

7.  World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Michel Jarraud
Founded on – 1950

8.  International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) –
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Jakob Kellenberger
Founded on – 1863

9.  International Monetary Fund (IMF) –
Headquarters – Washington DC, US
Head – Christine Lagarde
Founded on – 27 December, 1945

10. The World Bank –
Headquarters – Washington DC, US
Founded on – July, 1944

11.  United Nations Organization (UN) –
Headquarters – New York, US
Head – Ban Ki-moon
Founded on – 1945

12. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) –
Headquarters – New York, US
Head – Anthony Lake
Founded on – December, 1946

13. United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) –
Headquarters – New York, US
Head – Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin
Founded on – 1969

14. Asian Development Bank –
Headquarters – Manila, Philippines
Head – Takehiko Nakao
Founded on – 22 August, 1966

15. Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) –
Headquarters – Beijing, China
Head – Jin Liqun
Founded on – 4 October, 2014

16. New Development Bank (BRICS Development Bank) –
Headquarters – Shanghai, China
Head – K. V. Kamath
Founded on – July, 2015

17. United Nations Education Scientific & Cultural
Organisation (UNESCO) –
Headquarters – Paris, France
Head – Irina Bokova
Founded on – 16 November, 1945

18. Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development
(OECD) –
Headquarters – Paris, France
Head – Jose Angel Gurria
Founded on – 30 September, 1961

19. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) –
Headquarters – Brussels, Belgium
Head – Philip M. Breedlove
Founded on – 4 April, 1949

20. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) –
Headquarters – Singapore
Head – Dr. Alan Bollard
Founded on – 1989

21. Association of South East Nations (ASEAN) –
Headquarters – Jakarta, Indonesia
Secretary-General – Le Luong Minh, Vietnam
Founded on – 8 August, 1967
 
22. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation
(SAARC) –
Headquarters – Kathmandu, Nepal
Head-Ahmed Saleem
Founded on – 8 December, 1985

23. International Maritime Organisation (IMO) –
Headquarters – London, UK
Head – Koji Sekimizu
Founded on – 1959

24. Amnesty International –
Headquarters – London, UK
Head – Salil Shetty
Founded on – July, 1961

25. Commonwealth of Nations –
Headquarters – London, UK
Head – Queen Elizabeth II
Founded on – 28 April, 1949

26. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) –
Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Head – Yukiya Amano
Founded on – July 29, 1957

27. United Nations Industrial Development
Organisation (UNIDO) –
Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Head – Li Yong
Founded on – 1966

28. Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries
(OPEC) –
Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Head – Diezani Alison-Madueke
Founded on – 1961-62

29. International Olympic Committee (IOC) –
Headquarters – Lausanne, Switzerland
Head – Thomas Bach
Founded on – 23 June, 1894

30. International Cricket Council (ICC) –
Headquarters – Dubai, UAE
Head – N. Srinivasan (Chairman)
Founded on – 15 June, 1909

31. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association
(FIFA) –
Headquarters – Zurich, Switzerland
Head – Joseph S. Blatter
Founded on – 21 May, 1904

32. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) –
Headquarters – Avenue du Mont-Blanc, Gland, Vaud,
Switzerland
Founded on – 29 April, 1961

33. Food & Agricultural Organisation (FAO) –
Headquarters – Rome, Italy
Head – Jose Graziano da Silva
Founded on -16 October, 1945

34. International Court of Justice (ICJ) –
Headquarters – The Hague, The Netherland
Head – Abdulqawi Yusuf
Founded on -1945

English Language Quiz 71 for IBPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. The Constitution of India (Article 19) gives the right to all citizens to “to move freely throughout the territory of India; to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India”. Which leads two main types of migration: first, internal migration, i.e. migration within one country, and secondly international migration, which means the movement from one country to another. The reasons for migration can be divided into two main aspects, the so-called “push” and “pull” factors. Push factors are those in their old place which force people to move. Pull factors are factors in the target country which encourage people to move; these include peace and safety, a chance of a better job, better education, social security, abetter standard of living in general as well as political and religious freedom. Since the 1830s, international migration from India under British rule comprised largely of unskilled workers from poorer socio-economic groups who went to other colonized countries. Between 1834 and 1937, nearly 30 million people left India and nearly four-fifths returned. Post-Independence, migrants came from richer socio-economic groups, from wealthier parts of the country and, with the exception of the large migration to the Middle East, went industrialized. The migrant stream to the United States in particular has been the most highly educated, both compared to other immigrants into the US, as well as to other Indian migrant streams abroad. Since the 1990s, increasing numbers of skilled emigrants from India have also been moving to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Singapore. Migration of persons within national borders is far greater in magnitude than migration across international borders and has enormous potential to contribute to economic prosperity, social cohesion and urban diversity. Internal migration is an essential and inevitable component of the economic and social life of the country, given regional imbalances and labour shortages, and safe migration should be promoted to maximize its benefits. However, in the absence of a coherent policy framework and strategy, migration imposes heavy costs on human development through poor labour arrangements and working conditions of migrants, and obstacles in their access to shelter, education, healthcare and food. Migrants constitute a ‘floating’ and invisible population, alternating between source and destination areas and remaining on the periphery   of society. In India, internal migration has been accorded very low priority by the government, and policies of the Indian state have largely failed in providing any form of legal or social protection to this  vulnerable group.

1. What's the main difference between push and pull factors of migration ?
1) Push factors are conditions that drives people to leave their homes, while pull factors attracts people to a new area.
2) Push or pull factors that made your family happy.
3) Push means a new home in a different state, while pull means influence people to shift in new home.
4) Push and pull factors are closely interrelated.
5) None of these

2. Most of the highly educated group of India has been migrated in which of the following country as given in the passage?
1) China and U.S.A. 2) Australia and Singapore 3) Canada and New Zealand 4) Both 2 and 3 5) None of these

3. As given in the passage which type of migration does occur frequently ?
1) Internal migration 2) International migration 3) Step migration 4) Impelled migration 5) None of these

4. What is the main reason behind internal migration?
1) Various social, economic or political reasons.
2) This may be due to marriage for work and moved with household.
3) For higher education  4) For expansion of business  5) None of these

5. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage ?
1) The maximum migration takes place in the Eastern countries.
2) International migration is far greater than internal migration.
3) Government of India is against brain drain.
4) Migrants only came from richer socio-economic groups.
5) None of these

Direction (6- 8) :  Choose the word which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.

6. Inevitable
1) Sure 2) Escapable 3) Fortuitous 4) Unavoidable 5) Settled

7. Floating
1) Volatile 2) Fickle 3) Sunk 4) Submerged 5) Flighty

8. Enormous
1) Ordinary 2) Common 3) Massive 4) Escapable 5) Irrational

Direction : (9 - 10) :Choose the word which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as given below-

9. Vulnerable
1) Exposed 2) Accessible 3) Sensitive 4) Buoyant 5) Safe

10. Coherent
1) Obscure 2) Comprehensible 3) Guarded 4) Disorderly 5) Logical

 

Answers :-

 

1.1 ,    2.4 ,    3.1,     4.2 ,    5.5 ,    6.4,     7.1 ,    8.3,     9.5 ,    10.1

Reasoning Ability Quiz 79 for IBPPS PO

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Direction (Q. 1-3): Study the following information carefully and answer the question that follow  :-The UPA government eases terms and conditions that could make it easier for large power projects under an ambitious programme to create electricity generation capacity in the nation.
A) Need for electricity has been increased.
B) Duty-free equipment imports for power projects.
C) UPA offered maximum time for submission of certificate to officials.
D) These projects are more relevant today then ever in India.
E) New norms for Mega-Power Projects will boost generation capacity.

 

1. Which among the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a  possible effect of the above course ?
1)  Only C 2) Both A and D 3) Both B and C 4) Both C and E 5)  Only E

2. Which of the following statements among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a  probable cause for  ease in terms and condition ?
1)  Only A 2) Both A and D 3)  Only E 4) Only A, B and D 5)  Only D

3. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be an immediate course of action for eases in terms?
1)  Only C 2) Both D and E 3)  Only B 4) Both C and B 5)  Only E

Direction (Q. 4-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:-To make the city roads safer in 2014, the Delhi traffic police will set up automatic speed violation detention system and install speed detection on traffic signals.
A) To catch speeding vehicle on roads.
B) Public transport will be safer to travel.
C) To reducing the use of private vehicles.
D) The number of fatal accident and traffic violation due to speeding has increased.
E) Traffic Police emphasis to make public transport safer.

4. Which among the following A), B), C), D) and E) can be inferred from the given statement ?
1) Both B and  D 2) Only C 3) Both A and C 4) Only E 5) None of these

5. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) has/have been assumed from the given information?
1) Only D 2) Only B 3) Only D 4) Both B and D 5) Only E

6. Which of the following can be a possible effect of the above step ?
1)  Only A 2)  Only B 3)  Both C and D 4)  Only A, C, and D 5)  Both A and D

Direction (Q. 7 - 8): Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:-Utility Vehicle major Mahindra and Mahindra (M &M) will launch at least eight new variant of its existing cars model.
A) Launching new variants is now a trend.
B) Demand for M&M cars has been increased.
C) To sustain in the current market.
D) The year is good for auto sector.
E) Available model are not up to the requirement of customer.

7. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a possible reason for the launching of 8 new cars ?
1) Both A and B 2) Both B and C 3) Only B, C and D 4) Only D 5) Both B and D

8. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be assumed from the given statement ?
1) Only B 2) Only C 3) Both C and E 4) Both A and D 5) Only D

Direction (Q. 9 - 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow:-Dense fog returned to the capital affecting railway operation. The harried passengers stranded at the city's railway stations spent hours on platforms and in retiring rooms waiting for updates as trains to and from Delhi which run-up to 15 hours behind schedule.
A) Transit passengers were the hardest hit as they had nowhere to go.
B) Dense fog has crippled railway traffic.
C) There is lack of information about train at stations.
D) Railway authorities put extra chairs in retiring rooms.
E) People should be refunded for the suffering.

9. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a strong argument in favour of delay in the schedule of trains coming to and from  Delhi?
1) Only C 2) Both B and D 3) Only A, C and D 4) Only B 5) None of these

10. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a strong argument in favour of passengers ?
1) Only C 2) Only D 3) Both A and D 4) Only E 5) None of these

 

Answers :-

 

1.5; Case in terms and condition will definitely boost power generation.

2.2; Due to increase in power supply and rapid growth and industrialization in India now makes govt. to takes such  step.

3.4; Duty free equipment's and increase maximum time to deposit certificate will help in completing mega-power projects.

4.4; Delhi  police  taking  every  effort  to  make  Public transport a safer way to travel.

5.3; It is clear that Delhi traffic is taking this step because of  increased  number  of accidents  and  violation  of traffic in Delhi.

6.2; Due to this strict action the public transport will be safer.

7.2; All two reasons are valid for launching new variant of their vehicles.

8.1; It is obvious that due to increased in demand of M & M cars they are launching 8 new  variants of their vehicles.

9.4; Due to increase in fog in Delhi and Northern states the trains are getting late.

10.4; Only statement  E  is  strong argument  in favour  of passengers.

Reasoning Ability Quiz 79 for IBPPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given question. In a certain code language 'Nokia has windows software' is written as 'su la ni ro', this software is very good' is written as 'ry mo su to ko', ' windows is performing extremely well' is written as 'zo ry cu da ro' and 'Nokia performing very beautifully' is written as 'la ko zo so'.

1. Which of the following is the code for 'software has extremely well' ?
1)  su, ro, da, zo 2)  cu, da, la, ni 3)  la, su, mo, zo 4)  cu, da, su, ni 5) None of these

Direction (Q. 2-7): Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below:-P, Q, R, S, Tand V are six students each belonging to a different city, viz, Delhi, Agra, Ghaziabad, Jaipur, Gurgoan and Faridabad, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them got selected in a different colleges of  Delhi University, viz, Hansraj, Ramjas, Venkateshwar, Hindu, Gargi and St. Stephen, not necessarily in the same order. Q belongs to faridabad but did not selectin either Gargi or Hansraj college. S does not belong either to Delhi or to Jaipur, but got selected in Ramjas college. The one who got selected in Gargi doesn't belong to faridabad. The one who got selected in  St. Stephens belongs to Jaipur V did not get selected in Gargi. Either R or V got selected in Venkateshwar college but neither of them belongs to Gurgoan or Jaipur. P belongs to Ghaziabad and he got selected either Hansraj college or Venkateshwar college. V doesn't belongs to Delhi.

2. Who among the following belongs to Gurgoan ?
1)  P 2)  Q 3)  R 4)  S 5)  Can't be determined

3. Who among the following got selected in Gargi college ?
1)  P 2)  Q 3)  R 4)  S 5) None of these

4. The one who got selected in Hindu college belong to which of the following city ?
1)  Delhi 2)  Jaipur 3)  Faridabad 4)  Gurgoan 5)  Agra

5. The one who belongs to Agra got selected in which of the following college ?
1)  Hindu 2)  Gargi 3)  Ramjas 4)  Hansraj 5)  Venkateshwar

6. Who belongs to Delhi ?
1)  R 2)  V 3)  S 4)  T 5)  Q

7. Which of the following combinations of student - city - college is definitely true ?
1)  V - Gaziabad - Hansraj 2)  R - Jaipur - St. Stephens 3)  R - Gurgoan - Ramjas 4)  S - Gurgoan - Ramjas 5) None of these

Directions (Q. 8-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the question that fellow . 2013 is a bad year for 1POs (Initial Public Offerings.) but a good year for MF (mutual Funds).
A) Fund's rising through IPOs touched record low in 2013.
B) Mutual Fund's includes debt and capital protection.
C) The market has really not been IPO - friendly.
D) Mutual Fund's clocked robust growth.
E) IPOs are not providing the valuation to promoter they deserve.

8. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be a probable cause of above statement ?
1)  Only A 2) Only A, C and D 3) Both C and E 4)  Only E 5)  Only C

9. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) may be a  possible reason for the growth of MFs ?
1)  Only B 2) Both C and D 3)  Only E 4) Both B and D 5) None of these

10. Which of the following statements numbered A), B), C), D), and E) has/have been assumed in the given information?
1)  Only C 2) Both D and E 3) Both A and D 4) Both A and E 5)  Only D

 

Answers :-

 

1.4;

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2.4 ,   3.3 ,   4.3 ,   5.5,    6.1 ,   7.4


8.3; IPOs not doing good because market is not, up to it right now and also it doesn’t provide good return to promoters.

9.  1; Mutual  Funds  provide  security  so  it  is  much  safer option to invest.

10.3; The assumption behind the statement is the IPOs in 2013 has touched a record low while the mutual fund’s is on record high.

Reasoning Ability Quiz 78 for IBPPS PO

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Directions ( Q. 1- 6):Each of the question below consist of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statement
and give answer-

1. If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement  II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
2. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3. If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4. If the data in statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5. If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

1. Who among A, B, C, D and E got the highest mark ?
I) D got more marks than B and C and E got more marks than A and D.
II) A got less marks than E and C but more than B and D. C didn't get highest marks and B didn't get least marks.

2. Which direction is Sumit facing ?
I) If Sumit turns 450 to his right, he will face the direction exact opposite Rajat, who is facing North.
II) Rakshit is to the right of Sumit.

3. How is M related to I ?
I) S is one of the sisters of M, L is the only brother of M.
II) I is the brother of Q, who is father of S.

4. P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Who sits on the immediate left of R ?
I) Only P sits between Q and T.
II) Q sits on the immediate right of S.

5. Among J, K, L M and P, each of a different age, who is the youngest ?
I) L is younger than only K and P.
II) J is younger than L and older than M.

6. On which day of the week (starting from Monday and ending on Sunday of the same week) did Sameer born.
I) Sameer born two days after, Arjun is born.
II) Sameer did not born either on Wednesday or on Friday.

Directions (Q. 7-10) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given question. In a certain code language 'Nokia has windows software' is written as 'su la ni ro', this software is very good' is written as 'ry mo su to ko', ' windows is performing extremely well' is written as 'zo ry cu da ro' and 'Nokia performing very beautifully' is written as 'la ko zo so'.

7. What is the code for 'beautifully' ?
1)  la 2)  zo 3)  ko 4) so 5) None of these

8. What is the code for 'well' ?
1)  ro 2)  zo 3)  cu 4)  da 5)  Can't be determined

9. Which of the following may be the code for 'this windows has very good features' ?
1)  chi to ni ry ko mo 2)  su, mo, ry, ka, to, chi 3)  to, ro, ni, ko, chi, mo 4)  ni , su, mo, chi, ko, to 5) None of these

10. What does 'ro' stand for ?
1)  Nokia 2)  Windows 3)  Well 4)  Performing 5)  Has

 

Answers :-

 

1. 3;

From I; D > B and C,   E > A and D.
Thus, we can say, E > D > B and C, E > A
Thus,  E  got  the  highest  marks,  Hence  only  I  is sufficient.
From II; E and C > A > B and D.
C did not got highest marks and B did not got least marks.
Then, E> C > A > B> D thus E got highest marks
among them. Thus, only II is sufficient.

 

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5.  5; From I : K and P > L
Thus, I alone is not sufficient.
From II ; L > J > M
Thus, II; alone is not sufficient.
From I and II ;-K and P > L > J > M
M  is  youngest  of  them.  Thus  ,  I  and  II  both  are
necessary.

6.4; From I ; Sameer born after two days of Arjun.

Thus, I alone is not sufficient.
From II ;- We can’t find the day in which Sameer is
born.
From I and II :- Possible days are Thursday. Saturday
and Sunday. Therefore, I and II together are not sufficient.

(7 to 10)

Nokia has windows software - su la ni ro -----------(i)
This software is very good - ry mo su to ko -------(ii)
Windows is performing extremely well - zo ry cu da ro - ------(iii)
Nokia performing very beautifully - la ko zo do ----- (iv)
From (i) and (ii) - Software - su
From (i) and (iii) - Windows - ro
From (ii) and (iv) - Very - ko
From (iii) and (iv) - Performing - zo
From (i) and (iv) - Nokia - la
Now, From (iv) - Beautifully - so
From (i) - Has - ni
From (ii) and (iii) - Is - ry
So, From (iii) - extremely, Well - cu, da
From (ii) - This, good - to, mo


7.4;       8.5;        9.3;        10.2;

Reasoning Ability Quiz 77 for IBPPS PO

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Direction (Q. 1-5): In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions  numbered I and II. You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

Give answer :
1) If only conclusion I follows. 2) If only conclusion II follows.
3) If either I or II follows. 4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) If both conclusion I and II follows.

1. Statements :- Some books are balls No bat is a book. All balls are matches.
Conclusion: I.Some balls are not bats. II.Some bats are not matches.

2. Statements : All squares are circles. All circles are ice. Some ice are triangles.
Conclusion: I.There is a possibility that all triangles are squares.
II.At least some ice are squares.

3. Statements :- Some songs are dances. Some dances are rhymes. Some rhymes are stories.
Conclusion:- I. Some dances are stories. II.Some songs are stories.

4. Statements : Some bananas are soups. No soup is a powder. No curry is a banana.
Conclusion: I. All bananas can never be a powder. II.Some curry are soups.

5. Statements : All balls are tables. All tables are chairs. No chairs is a room.
Conclusion: I. No ball is a room. II.No table is a room.

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Answers :-

 

(1-5):-

1. 1; No bat is a book + Some books are balls = E + I = O*
= Some balls are not bat Hence, I follows. But we
can’t proceed further. Hence II does not follow.

2.5; The  possibility  in  I  exists  as  there  is  no  negative
statement. Again, All squares are circles + All circles
are ice = A +A = A = All squares are ice  conversion
Some ice are squares. Hence, II follows.

3.4;   I + I = No conclusion

4.1; Some bananas are soups + No soups is a powder = I
+ E =  O  = Some bananas  are  not powder. Hence,
conclusion I follows. Again, No curry is a banana +
Some bananas are soups = E + I = O*= Some soups
are not curry. Hence, conclusion II do not follow.

5.5; All balls are tables + All tables are chairs = A + A = A
= All balls are chairs. Now, All balls are chairs + No
chair is a room = A + E = E = No balls is a room Hence
conclusion I follows. Again, All tables are chairs + No
chair is a room = A + E = E = No table is a room. Hence,
conclusion II follows.

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Reasoning Ability Quiz 76 for IBPPS PO

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Read the following information carefully to answer the given question. In an International mobile event, eight representatives, viz E, F, G H, I, J, K and L are representing different companies, viz Samsung, L.G., Sony, Apple, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, and Blackberry, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. J sits third to the left of I. The representative of Apple and L. G are immediate neighbours of each other. G represents neither HTC nor Apple. G and L's immediate neighbours do not represent Sony. Only one person sits between E and the one who represents Motorola. E does not represent either Sony or L.G. Only one person sits between K and the representative of Sony. G sits third to the right of L. L represents Blackberry. I is not an immediate neighbour of either G or L. The one who represents Samsung is an immediate neighbour of I. Three people sits between L and the representative of Nokia. F is not representing either Sony or Samsung. G does not represent LG.

1. Who among them represent L.G. ?
1) F 2) G 3) I 4) J 5) None of these

2. Who among the following represent immediate neighbours of J ?
1) G, F 2) E, H 3) I, K 4) E, G 5) K, E

3. How many person sits between H and the representative of Apple in anti-clockwise direction ?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Four 5) None of these

4. Which of the following pair is correct ?
1) E, L.G. 2) G, Nokia 3) H, Blackberry 4) K, Samsung 5) I, Sony

5. Which of the following is true regarding K ?
1) K sits second to the right of E 2) K represent Nokia 3) K sits between H and I 4) Only one person sits between K and J 5) None of these

Direction (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of word and number rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input : 17 out 6 dear 12 11 look early 3 power 9 apple.
Step - I : Apple 3 17 out 6 dear 12 11 look early power 9.
Step - II: Apple 3 early 11 17 out 6 dear 12 look power 9.
Step - III: Apple 3 early 11 out 17 6 dear 12 look power 9.
Step - IV: Apple 3 early 11 out 17 power 6 dear 12 Look 9.
Step - V : Apple 3 early 11 out 17 power 6 look 9 dear 12.
Step V is the last step of the arrangement. As per rules followed in above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the input given below.
Input :- Even 19 above 31 united 42 fast 23 14 ink mind 36 cast 11 rest.

6. How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement ?
1) Four 2) Five 3) Six 4) Seven 5) Eight

7. Which of the following would be at 7th  position from the right in step V ?
1) 14 2) 31 3) Mind 4) Rest 5) United

8. Which step would be the following output ? "Above 11 even 19 ink 23 united 31 42 fast 14 mind 36 cast rest."
1) VI 2) V 3) III 4) II 5) None of these

9. Which of the following element is third to the right of 'mind' in step V ?
1) 42 2) Cast 3) Fast 4) 14 5) None of these


10. What is the position of 'Fast' from the left end in the final step ?
1) 8th
2) 9th
3) 10th
4) 12th
5) 13th

Answers :_

(1 to 5)

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1.4 ,    2.4,    3.2,    4.5 ,    5.5,   

Q. 6-10:- The  machine  rearranges  one  word  and  one number in each step. First, it rearranges word starting with a vowel in alphabetical order followed by prime number in ascending order. Then it rearranges word starting with a consonant  in  reverse  alphabetical  order  followed  by composite numbers in ascending order.
Input :- Even 19 above 31 united 42 fast 23 14 ink mind 36 cast 11 rest.
Step I :- Above 11 even 19 31 united 42 fast 23 14 ink mind 36 cast rest.
Step II:- Above 11 even 19 ink 23 31 united 42 fast 14 mind 36 cast rest.
Step III:- Above 11 even 19 ink 23 united 31 42 fast 14 mind 36 cast rest.
Step IV :- Above 11 even 19 ink 23 united 31 rest 14 42 fast mind 36 cast.
Step V :- Above 11 even 19 ink 33 united 31 rest 14 mind 36 42 fast cast.

Step VI :- Above 11 even 19 ink 33 united 31 rest 14 mind 36 fast 42 cast.

6.3;       7.4;      8.3;       9.3;      10.5;

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 74 for IBPS PO

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Direction (Q. 1 - 5):- The following questions are based on this diagram:-

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1. What is the ratio of distance travelled by P on day 2and Q on day 3 and R on day 5 ?
1) 6 : 23 : 12 2) 8 : 2 : 15 3) 2 : 8 : 5 4) 3 : 12 : 16 5) 3 : 8 : 5

2. What is the difference between distance travelled by P and Q on day 3 and R on same day ?
1) 140 km. 2) 143 km. 3) 136 km. 4) 138 km. 5) 130 km.

3. What is the average of speed of Q on day 3 and R on day 4 ?
1) 20 km/hr. 2) 25 km/hr. 3) 22 km/hr. 4) 23 km/hr. 5) 21 km/hr.

4. What is the average of total distance travelled by all the cars in five days ?
1) 860.2 km. 2) 874.4 km. 3) 850.5 km. 4) 872.2 km. 5) 900.1 km.

5. What is the difference between distance travelled by P and Q on day 4 and that of Q and R on day 2 ?
1) 415 km. 2) 420 km. 3) 400 km. 4) 425 km. 5) 430 km.

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) :- Following graph shows the income of two companies A and B over 5 years (in Lacs).

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6. What is the profit percent of company A over the years ?
1) 100% 2) 139.4% 3) 140.8% 4) 137% 5) 150%

7. What is the difference between profit percent of A in 2003 and B in 2002 ?
1) 300% 2) 150% 3) 160% 4) 200% 5) 250%

8. In which year A has maximum profit percent ?
1) 2000 2) 2001 3) 2002 4) 2003 5) 2004

9. What is the difference between total profit of A and B in 2000 and that of A and B in 2003 ?
1) 5 Lac 2) 3 Lac 3) 1 Lac 4) 2 Lac 5) 4 Lac

10. What is the average income of A in 2001 and B in 2004 ?
1) 21 Lac 2) 21.5 Lac 3) 22 Lac 4) 22.5 Lac 5) 23 Lac

 

Answers :-

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1.3 ,   2.3 ,   3.4 ,   4.2 ,   5.1

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6.2,    7.2 ,   8.1 ,   9.3 ,   10.  4

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 73 for IBPS PO

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1. An athlete has to cover a distance of 18 km in 45 minutes. If he covers half of the distance in 1/3rd  of the total time, what should be his speed (km/hr.) to cover the remaining distance in time ?
1) 15 km/h. 2) 12 km/h. 3) 18 km/h. 4) 9 km/h. 5) 15 km/h.

2. Two metro trains each 120m long are moving in opposite directions. They cross each other in 8 seconds. If one is moving twice as fast the other, the speed of the faster metro train is
1) 75 km/hr. 2) 72km/hr. 3) 45 km/hr. 4) 60 km/hr. 5) 50 km/hr.

3. An IPL team makes a score of 96 runs in the 17th  inning and thus increases his average by 4. What is his average after 17th inning ?
1) 32 2) 35 3) 42 4) 36 5) 33

4. A Girl can row 30 km/hr. in still water and the river is running at 10 km/hr. If she takes 3 hour to row to a place and back, how far is the place ?
1) 16 km. 2) 30 km. 3) 40 km. 4) 50 km. 5) 60 km.

5. Anil father was 32 years of age when he was born, while his mother was 27 years, when his brother three years younger to him was born, what is the difference between age of his parents ?
1) 6 years 2) 5 years 3) 4 years 4) 3 years 5) 8 years

 

6. An error of 3% in excess is made while measuring the side of a square, what is the percentage of error in the calculated area of the square ?
1) 9% 2) 9.09% 3) 6.09% 4) 6.00% 5) 5.09%

7. A door, when repaired, lost 15% of its length and 12% of its breadth. What is the percentage of decrease in area ?
1) 25% 2) 25.2% 3) 27% 4) 27.8% 5) 13.5%

8. The breadth of a rectangular field is 45% of its length. If the perimeter of the field is 1160m, find out the area of the field ?
1) 66500m2
2) 64000m2
3) 72000m2
4) 84000m2
5) 96500m2

9. A room 8m. 40cm. long and 4m. 8cm. broad needs to be paved with square tiles, what will be the least number of square
tiles required to cover the floor ?
1) 384 2) 595 3) 604 4) 712 5) 800

10. The ratio between the length and the breadth of a rectangular field is 5:3. If a man cycling along boundary of the field at
the speed of 15 km/hr. completes one round in 9.6 minutes, then what is the area of the field in m2?
1) 244000m2
2) 275500m2
3) 327500m2
4) 337500m2
5) 375000m2

 

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 72 for IBPS PO

Rankers Adda

Direction (Q. 1 - 5) :- Number of employees in Company 'A' (in thousand).

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1. What is the number of 'E' type employees in company 'B' ?
1) 8000 2) 25000 3) 9240 4) 2500 5) 850

2. What is the combined number of 'B' type employees in both the companies ?
1) 18100 2) 19200 3) 20300 4) 17100 5) 1500

3. What is the average number of 'C' and 'D' type employees in company 'B' ?
1) 5500 2) 5620 3) 5120 4) 5460 5) 6000

4. What is the difference between 'E' type employees in both company ?
1) 15260 2) 16600 3) 16660 4) 14660 5) None of these

5. What is the average number of employees in company 'A' ?
1) 16666 2) 15660 3) 17666 4) 18600 5) 20000

6. Ravi, Rakesh and Vijay invest in a partnership in the ratio 7/2, 4/3, 6/5 respectively. After 4 months, Ravi increases his share 50%. If the total profit at the and of one year be  `  32,400, then what is Rakesh's share in the profit ?
1)  `2000 2)  `3000 3)  `  4000 4)  `  5000 5)  `  6000

7. If the number 481 * 637 is completely divisible by 9, what is the smallest number in place of * ?
1) 3 2) 7 3) 5 4) 9 5) 2

8. On dividing a number by 56, we get 29 as remainder. On dividing the same number by 8, what is the remainder ?
1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 5) 7

9. A metro shopkeeper has 2 cans of milk. The first contains 30% water and the rest milk. The second contains 50% water. How much milk should he mix from each of the cans so as to get 12 litres of milk such that the ratio of water to milk is   3 : 5?
1) 5 lit, 7 lit. 2) 9 lit, 3 lit. 3) 7.5 lit, 4.5 lit. 4) 4 lit, 8 lit. 5) None of these

10. There are 6 working days in a regular week and for each day, 10 hours is working hours. A woman earns  `  2.10 per hour. For regular work and `  4.20 per hour for overtime. If he earns  `  525 in 4 weeks, how many hours did she work ?
1) 245 2) 225 3) 275 4) 255 5) 235

 

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1.3 ,   2.2,    3.4 ,   4.5,    5.3

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7.2; Let the smallest no. be x ,
so, 4 + 8 + 1 + x + 6 + 7 + 3 should be divisible by 9
==> 29 + x, should be divisible by 9
==> if x = 7, 29 + 7 = 36, divisible by 9.

8.4; Number = 56 x + 29
==>Let x = 1, then number = 56 × 1 + 29 = 85
==>85 ÷ 8 = 10, remainder = 5.

9.3; Let x and (12 - x) be litres of milk from 1st and 2nd
container :- Amount of milk (x litres) of 1st container = 0.70 x
==> Amount of water = 0.3 x
==> Amount of milk (12 - x) in 2nd
container = 0.5 (12 - x)
==> Amount of water = 0.5 (12 - x)
==> Ratio of water to milk =
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==> Solving x = 7.5,  12 -x = 4.5

 

10.1; 4 weeks = 4 × 6 × 10 = 240 hours.
regular = 240 ×2.10 =  `  504
Total = 525 - 504 = 21
21/2.4 = 5 hours, so total = 240 + 5 = 245 hours