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Directions (Q. 1-5): In the questions given below, certain symbols are used with the following meanings:
A @ B means A is greater than B.
A * B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
A # B means A is equal to B.
A \$ B means A is either smaller than or equal to B.
A + B means A is smaller than B.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true?
Give answer (1): if only conclusion I is true
Give answer (2): if only conclusion II is true
Give answer (3): if either conclusion I or II is true
Give answer (4): if neither conclusion I nor II is true
Give answer (5): if both conclusions I and II are true

1. Statements: B+D, E\$T; T*P; P@B
Conclusions: I. P\$D II. P@D

2. Statements: E*F; G\$H; H#E; G@K
Conclusions: I. H@K II. H*F

3. Statements: P\$Q, N#M, M@R, R*P
Conclusions: I. P+N II. Q\$M

4. Statements: D+T, E\$V, F*T, E@D
Conclusions: I. D\$V II. D+F

5. Statements: T*U, U\$W, V@L, W+V
Conclusions: I. V@T II. L#W

Directions (Q. 6-12): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A famous museum issues entry passes to all its visitors for security reasons. Visitors are allowed in batches after every one hour. In a day there are six batches. A code is printed on entry pass which keeps on changing for every batch. Following is an illustration of pass-codes issued for each batch.
Batch I: clothes neat and clean liked are all by
Batch II: by clothes neat all are and clean liked
Batch III: liked by clothes clean and neat all are and so on

6. If pass-code for the third batch is ‘night succeed day and hard work to for’, what will be the pass code for the sixth batch?
1) work hard to for succeed night and day
2) hard work for and succeed night to day
3) work hard for to succeed night and day
4) hard work for to succeed night and day
5) None of these

7. If visit in zoo should the we time day’ is the pass-code for the fifth batch, ‘zoo we the should visit day time in will be the pass-code for which of the following batches?
1) II
2) IV
3) I
4) III
5) VI

8. Sanjay visited the museum in the fourth batch and was issued a pass-code to fast rush avoid not do very run. What would have been the pass-code for him had he visited the museum in the second batch?
1) rush do not avoid to run very fast
2) rush not do avoid to run very fast
3) avoid rush not do to run very fast
5) None of these

9. Subodh went to visit the museum in the second batch. He was issued a pass-code ‘length the day equal of and night are’. However, he could not visit the museum in the second batch as he was little late. He then preferred to visit in the fifth batch. What will be the new pass code issued to him?
1) and of are night the length equal day
2) and are of night the length equal day
3) and of are night the equal day length
4) and of are the night length day equal
5) None of these

10. If pass-code for the second batch is ‘to confidence hard you leads work and success’, what Will be the pass-code for the fourth batch?
1) leads success to you hard confidence and work
2) leads success you to hard confidence and work
3) leads success to you hard confidence work and
4) leads to success you hard confidence and work
5) None of these

11. If the pass-code issued for the last (sixth) batch is ‘and pencil by all boys used are pen’, what will be the pass-code for the first batch?
1) pencil and pen are used by all boys
2) pen and pencil used are by all boys
3) pen and pencil are used by all boys
4) pencil and pen are used all by boys
5) None of these

12. If the pass-code for the sixth batch is ‘not go the way to of out do’, what will be the pass-code for the third batch‘?
1) of do to out go not way the
2) of to do out not go way the
3) of to go out do not way the
5) None of these

13. If in the English alphabet, all the letters at odd-numbered positions are written in serial order from left to right followed by the letters at even-numbered positions written in reverse order, which letter will be sixth to the left of seventeenth letter from left?
1) D
2) B
3) V
4) U
5) None of these

14. If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the second, fourth, fifth, eleventh and thirteenth letters of the Word ESTABLISHMENT, using each letter only once, write second letter of that word as your answer. If more than one such word can be formed, write ‘M’ as your answer and if no such word can be formed, write ‘X’ as your answer.
1) B
2) A
3) E
4) M
5) X

15. In a certain code language ‘CYLINDER’ is written as ‘UHGQGJWA’. How will ‘HYDROGEN’ be written in that code?
1) QHJROBWF
2) QHJRPBWF
3) QJHRPBWF
4) QHRJOBWF
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 16-19): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.
(i) A group of five boys viz. A, B, C, D and E and a group of five girls viz. P, Q, R, S and T are standing in rows facing each other not necessarily in the same order. The group of boys is facing south.
(ii) E is not at any of the ends. C is to the immediate right of B and D is to the immediate left of A, who is facing P. There are as many girls between P and Q as between R and S. A is second to the left of B, S and R are not facing either B or D.

16. Which of the following indicates the pair of boys standing at the ends of the row?
1) CB
2) DB
3) CD
5) None of these

17. Which of the following is definitely true on the basis of the given information?
1) C is second to the right of D
2) P is third to the right of Q
3) S is to the immediate right of P
4) E is facing T
5) None of these

18. Who is standing to the immediate right of A?
1) E
2) C
3) B
5) None of these

19. Who is facing B?
1) R
2) S
3) Q
5) None of these

20. "Some books are pens", "All pencils are erasers" and Some pens are pencils". If all these statements are true, which of the following statements is definitely true?
1) Some pencils are books.
2) Some books are pencils.
3) No books are erasers.
4) Some erasers are pens.
5) None of these

21. Boys and girls are made to sit in 5 rows and 5 columns all of them facing North. A is at the centre of the arrangement, P is to the immediate right of A, Q is just behind P and R is to the North of A. Q is in which direction with respect to R?
1) South
2) South-West
3) North-East
5) None of these

22. A\$ B means B is father of A; A#B means B is mother of A; A*B means B is sister of A; and A@B means is husband of A; then which of the following indicates the relationship ‘N grandmother of P?
1) P*Q#M\$N
2) P@Q\$M#N
3) P#Q\$N*M
4) P\$Q#M@N
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 23-25): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
(i) In a joint family of seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G, two are married couples.
(ii) ‘G’ is a housewife and her husband is a lawyer. ‘C’ is wife of ‘B’, ‘A’ is an engineer and is granddaughter of ‘G’. ‘D’ is father-in-law of ‘C’, a doctor, and father of ‘E’, a Professor. ‘F’ is A’s brother and B’s son.

23. How is F related to C?
1) Son
2) Brother
3) Daughter
5) None of these

24. How is B related to E?
1) Sister
2) Uncle
3) Cousin
5) None of these

25. Who is a lawyer?
1) B
2) F
3) D
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 26-30): In each question below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

26. Statements: Some spectacles are boxes. No bat is a ball. Some boxes are balls.
Conclusions: I. Some boxes are not bats.
II. Some bats are spectacles.
III. No bat is a box.
IV. No ball is a spectacle.
1) Only I follows
2) Only I and III follow
3) Only II and III follow
4) Only IV follows
5) None of these

27. Statements: All fans are tubelights. No pen is a bulb. Some bulbs are fans.
Conclusions: I. Some pens are tubelights.
II. No pens are tubelights.
III. Some tubelights are fans.
IV. All tubelights are fans.
1) Only I and II follow
2) Only I, II and III follow
3) Either I or II and III follow
4) Only III and IV follow
5) None of these

28. Statements: Some fruits are vegetables. All liquids are drinks. All drinks are fruits.
Conclusions: I. Some drinks are vegetables.
II. Some fruits are liquids.
III. All liquids are fruits.
IV. No liquids are vegetables.
1) Only I and II follow
2) Only II and III follow
3) Only III and IV follow
4) Only l, II and III follow
5) None of these

29. Statements: All shirts are trousers. Some socks are shoes. All shoes are shirts.
Conclusions: I. Some socks are shirts.
II. Some socks are trousers.
III. All shoes are trousers.
IV. All shoes are socks.
1) Only l and II follow
2) Only I or II or III follows
3) Only II and IV follow
4) Only III and IV follow
5) None of these

30. Statements: Some books are papers. All plates are records. Some records are books.
Conclusions: I. Some plates are books.
II. Some records are papers.
III. Some papers are plates.
IV. Some books are records.
1) Only l follows
2) Only II and III follow
3) Only I and III follow
4) Only IV follows
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 31-35): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statements 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 in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) If the data in both statements 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.

31. Who scored highest among A, B, C, D, and E?
I. B scored more than D, but not as much as C.
II. E scored more than C but not more than A.

32. How many boys are there in the class?
I. Mita’s rank among girls is 5th from the top and her rank in the class is 9th from the bottom.
II. No. of boys in the class is twice the number of girls.

33. Who is to the immediate right of P among five persons P, Q, R, S and T facing North?
I. R is third to the left of Q; P is second to the right of R.
II. Q is to the immediate left of Q, who is second to the right of P.

34. Z is in which direction with respect of X?
I. Y is to the South of X and Z is to the East of P, which is to the North of Y.
II. P is to the South of X.

35. How is P related to N?
I. N is sister of M, who is son of Q, whose wife is P.
II. M is brother of N and son of Q, whose wife is P.

Directions (Q. 36-40): In each question below is given a statement followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, even if they are at variance with the commonly known facts. Then consider the two conclusions together ignoring the commonly known facts and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statement. Give answer
(1) If only conclusion I follows.
(2) If only conclusion II follows.
(3) If either I or Il follows.
(4) If neither I nor II follows, and
(5) If both I and II follow.

36. Statement: On metro section of railways, the motormen are frequently required to do overtime during May and June though all vacancies are completely filled as per requirement of this section.
Conclusions:
I. Many motormen take leave of shorter or longer duration during this period.
II. Some motormen desire to earn overtime whenever possible.

37. Statement: The President of XYZ party indicated that 25 independent Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA) are seriously considering various options of joining some political party. But in any case all of them collectively will join one party only.
Conclusions:
I. The 25 independent MLAs will join XYZ party in a short period of time.
II. The 25 independent MLAs will join some other political party in a short period of time.

38. Statement: ‘Our approach of fund management is based on science as much as on common sense and discipline because our goal is consistent performance in the long term. — Advertisement of a mutual fund company.
Conclusions:
I. Only the approach of science of investment can lead to high gains in short-term investment.
II. It is not necessary to go for long-term investment when low-return short-term investment is available.

39. Statement: We follow some of the best and effective teaching learning practices used by leading institutes all over the world. - A statement of a Professor of MN Institute.
Conclusions:
I. The MN Institute is one of the leading institutes of the world.
II. Whatever is being followed by world’s leading institutes will definitely be good and useful.

40. Statement: The Bank of England’s move to auction 25 metric tons of gold drew plenty of bidders looking for a bargain, but was criticised by major gold producers worldwide.
Conclusions:
I. The Bank of England should not auction gold which it possesses to keep steady international prices of gold.
II. Bidders should quote higher gold prices to retain present value of gold in the international markets.

Directions (Q. 41-45): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer (1): if only assumption I is implicit.
Give answer (2): if only assumption II is implicit.
Give answer (3): if either I or II is implicit.
Give answer (4): if neither I nor II is implicit, and
Give answer (5): if both I and II are implicit.

41. Statement: ‘Country A would explore all channels to diffuse current tensions with country B and bring peace on its borders.’ — Statement of spokesperson of country A.
Assumptions:
I. Country A is desirous to diffuse current tension and restore peace with country B
II. It is desirable to use more than one channel when complex issues are to be settled amicably.

42. Statement: Two months ago, it was announced that Central government pensioners would get dearness relief with immediate effect but till date, banks have not credited the arrears.’ – A statement from a Pensioners’ Forum.
Assumptions:
I. Most of the banks normally take care of the pensioners.
II. Two months’ time is sufficient for the government machinery to move and give effect to pensioners.

43. Statement: ‘The bridge was built at the cost of Rs 128 crores and even civil bus service is not utilising it. What a pity to see it grossly underutilised!’ — A citizen’s view on a new flyover linking east and west sides of a suburb.
Assumptions:
I. The building of such bridges does not serve any public objective.
II. There has to be some accountability and utility of money spent on public projects.

44. Statement: ‘Use our product to improve memory of your child; it is based on natural herbs and has no harmful side-effects.’ - Advertisement of a pharmaceutical company.
Assumptions:
I. People generally opt for a medical product which is useful and has no harmful side effects.
II. Improving memory of child is considered as important by many parents.

45. Statement: The traders of State K would observe a statewide bandh as the state has failed to meet their demand to resolve sales tax and other issues.
Assumptions:
I. The traders of State K have earlier tried other usual procedures to get their problems solved.
II. State K is not keen to solve the problem of traders.
Directions (Q. 46-53): Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer (1): if the inference is "definitely true" i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
Mark answer (2): if the inference is "probably true" thought not "definitely true" in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer (3): if the "data are inadequate" i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false.
Mark answer (4): if the inference is "probably false" though not "definitely false" in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer (5): if the inference is "definitely false" i.e. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts.

In India the asbestos industry is growing and employs more than 15,000 people in 75 units which are spread over several states like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh etc. Surprisingly, advanced countries are banning cancer-causing asbestos products, but multinational companies are from those countries which are setting up units in developing countries like India. One reason is lack of awareness in the society and indifference of the government machinery of these countries. Prolonged exposure to asbestos dust and fibres can cause lung cancer but most workers in India are too afraid to protest for fear of losing jobs. Some of these factories are operating in Mumbai. Quite a few of the factories in India are not known to take adequate precautions to protect workers from asbestos dust.
The Government is taking several steps to provide medical inspection of workers. In fact it has amended Factories Act to extend the provision to even those factories employing less than 10 workers.

46. The asbestos industry is one of the largest industries in India.
47. The asbestos industries in India are located in a few metropolitan pockets only.
48. The advanced countries are concerned and careful to protect health hazards of their people.
49. The demand for asbestos products appears to be growing in India.
50. The Governments of developing countries appear to be not taking appropriate measures while granting permission to set up production units of multinational companies in their countries.
51. The asbestos industry offers better salaries in India as compared to other hazardous industries.
52. The regular medical inspection and treatment of asbestos workers has improved the health status in advanced countries.
53. The workers from asbestos industries do not protest against the health hazards and lack of medical facilities as most of them do not stiffer from asbestos dust.

Directions (Q. 54-60): A public charitable trust desires to select ‘Medical Officers’ for its rural hospital based on following criteria. The applicant must
(i) be holding MBBS degree with minimum 50% marks.
(ii) have minimum 4 years of experience of full-time practice in rural areas.
(iii) be ready to execute a bond of 3 years of service.
(iv) have good knowledge of the local language.
In case of the applicant who satisfies all other criteria except—
(a) at (ii) above, but has 4 years of full-time experience of either urban or semiurban area and spent at least 5 years in rural area any time during his life, be referred to Secretary of the Trust.
(b) at (iv) above, but has working knowledge of Hindi, be referred to Assistant Secretary of the Trust.
(c) at (i) above, but has minimum 45% of marks at MBBS and has done MS or MD with minimum 50%, be referred to the Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
(d) at (iii) above, but is ready to give Rs 25,000 as security money, be referred to the President of the Trust.
Based on these criteria and the information provided below, decide the course of action in each case. You are not to assume anything. If the data provided is not adequate to decide the given course of action, your answer will be data inadequate. All cases given to you fulfill criterion of age and therefore no details of age are provided. The cases are given to you today.

54. Sidhant has studied in rural areas while doing his schooling. His father is a farmer. Sidhant completed his MBBS from Mumbai and has six years of experience of practice in a big city. He has good knowledge of the local language and working knowledge of Hindi. He is ready to execute 3 years bond of service. He has done MS with 53% marks.
1) To be selected
3) Refer to the CMO
4) Not to be selected
5) Refer to the Secretary

55. Mangesh has secured 47% marks at MBBS and has done his MD with 62% marks. He has 5 years of experience of running a dispensary in a village and can read, write and speak the local language. He is ready to give a bond of only two years of service and is unable to-give security money as he wants to start a rural hospital afterwards in Andhra Pradesh.
2) To be selected
3) Not to be selected
4) Refer to the President of the Trust
5) Refer to the CMO

56. Romila is born and brought up in a big urban city. Her father is an industrialist. She has secured 87%, 56% and 48% at HSC, MBBS and MD respectively. She is willing to give a bond of 3 years of service. She has worked for 5 years in a rural hospital but can hardly speak the local language. However, she has working knowledge of Hindi. After this experience she plans to settle abroad.
1) Refer to Asst Secretary
2) Refer to President
3) To be selected
4) Not to be selected

57. Dr Murthy has stood first at MBBS after having obtained 78% marks. He has also completed MS with distinction. As he is planning to go abroad he is unwilling to give three years bond of service. Dr Murthy is fluent in the local language. He has six years of experience of practice in a rural hospital and he is not in a position to give Rs 25,000 as security money.
1) Refer to the President
2) To be selected
3) Not to be selected
5) None of these

58. Jenifer did her MD alter doing her MBBS. She is ready to execute three years bond of service. She has good command over local language as well as Hindi. She has practised for 5 1/2 years in a remote village out of her love for social service. She has obtained 77%, 88%, 47% and 56% at SSC. HSC. MBBS, and MD respectively.
1) Refer to Assistant Secretary
3) To be selected
4) Not to be selected
5) None of these

59. lquabal Kureshi, son of a local politician, has been born and brought up in a village till SSC. Afterwards he studied in a big city and did his MBBS with 69% of marks followed by MS with 57% marks. He is ready to execute a bond of service for 3 years only. He has very good knowledge of the local language. He has done 4 Y2 years practice in the urban areas. He plans to start a rural hospital after this experience.
1) Refer to the Secretary
2) Refer to the CMO
4) To be selected
5) Not to be selected

60. Durga, after obtaining her MBBS and MS, decided to practise in her native village for five years. She knows the local language very well. Her dispensary and small hospital were very popular in the nearby villages. She plans to go to USA and UK after spending 4 more years in India. She has secured more than 60% marks in all the examinations right from SSC to MS. She is ready to execute a bond of 3 years of service.
1) Refer to CMO
2) Not to be selected