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1 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Seven girls - Anjali, Booby, Cheri, Doly, Ekta, Fenny, and Geemy.have different hobbies, viz Cooking, Jooging, Reading, Learning, Dancing, Riding, and Drawing. but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different city, viz Noida, Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Chennai, Hedrabad, and Hisar, but not necessarily in the same order, Anjali belongs to Chennai. Doly likes drawing. The girl who likes dancing is from the city of Delhi. The girl who likes reading is from the city of Hedrabad. Fenny does not belong to Hedrabad, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Fenny does not like riding, jogging or learning. Bobby does not belong to Patna, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Bobby does not like learning, cooking, jogging, or riding. Cheri does not like dancing and she is not from Ranchi or Noida. Neither Doly nor Geemy belongs to Noida. Anjali does not like jogging. The girl from Patna likes riding.
Who among the following likes riding?
Anjali
Cheri
Ekta
Geemy
Cannot be determined
2 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Seven girls - Anjali, Booby, Cheri, Doly, Ekta, Fenny, and Geemy.have different hobbies, viz Cooking, Jooging, Reading, Learning, Dancing, Riding, and Drawing. but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different city, viz Noida, Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Chennai, Hedrabad, and Hisar, but not necessarily in the same order, Anjali belongs to Chennai. Doly likes drawing. The girl who likes dancing is from the city of Delhi. The girl who likes reading is from the city of Hedrabad. Fenny does not belong to Hedrabad, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Fenny does not like riding, jogging or learning. Bobby does not belong to Patna, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Bobby does not like learning, cooking, jogging, or riding. Cheri does not like dancing and she is not from Ranchi or Noida. Neither Doly nor Geemy belongs to Noida. Anjali does not like jogging. The girl from Patna likes riding.
Which of the following combination is true according to the given information?
Anjali - Cooking-Chennai
Ekta - Jogging - Hisar
Doly - Drawing - Ranchi
All are true
3 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Seven girls - Anjali, Booby, Cheri, Doly, Ekta, Fenny, and Geemy.have different hobbies, viz Cooking, Jooging, Reading, Learning, Dancing, Riding, and Drawing. but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different city, viz Noida, Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Chennai, Hedrabad, and Hisar, but not necessarily in the same order, Anjali belongs to Chennai. Doly likes drawing. The girl who likes dancing is from the city of Delhi. The girl who likes reading is from the city of Hedrabad. Fenny does not belong to Hedrabad, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Fenny does not like riding, jogging or learning. Bobby does not belong to Patna, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Bobby does not like learning, cooking, jogging, or riding. Cheri does not like dancing and she is not from Ranchi or Noida. Neither Doly nor Geemy belongs to Noida. Anjali does not like jogging. The girl from Patna likes riding.
Who among the following belongs to the City of Hisar ?
Bobby
Dolly
Fenny
Ekta
Cannot be determined
4 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Seven girls - Anjali, Booby, Cheri, Doly, Ekta, Fenny, and Geemy.have different hobbies, viz Cooking, Jooging, Reading, Learning, Dancing, Riding, and Drawing. but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different city, viz Noida, Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Chennai, Hedrabad, and Hisar, but not necessarily in the same order, Anjali belongs to Chennai. Doly likes drawing. The girl who likes dancing is from the city of Delhi. The girl who likes reading is from the city of Hedrabad. Fenny does not belong to Hedrabad, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Fenny does not like riding, jogging or learning. Bobby does not belong to Patna, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Bobby does not like learning, cooking, jogging, or riding. Cheri does not like dancing and she is not from Ranchi or Noida. Neither Doly nor Geemy belongs to Noida. Anjali does not like jogging. The girl from Patna likes riding.
Which of the following combination is true about Geemy?
Dancing - Delhi
Drawing - Hisar
Riding - Patna
Cooking - Hisar
5 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Seven girls - Anjali, Booby, Cheri, Doly, Ekta, Fenny, and Geemy.have different hobbies, viz Cooking, Jooging, Reading, Learning, Dancing, Riding, and Drawing. but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different city, viz Noida, Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Chennai, Hedrabad, and Hisar, but not necessarily in the same order, Anjali belongs to Chennai. Doly likes drawing. The girl who likes dancing is from the city of Delhi. The girl who likes reading is from the city of Hedrabad. Fenny does not belong to Hedrabad, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Fenny does not like riding, jogging or learning. Bobby does not belong to Patna, Delhi, Noida or Ranchi. Bobby does not like learning, cooking, jogging, or riding. Cheri does not like dancing and she is not from Ranchi or Noida. Neither Doly nor Geemy belongs to Noida. Anjali does not like jogging. The girl from Patna likes riding.
The girl who belongs to Noida, likes?
Cooking
Dancing
Drawing
Jogging
Learning
6 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Eight persons -Abhishek, Bhupendra, Chetan, Dipak, Pawan, Pushkar,Ganesh and Hemant. are working in different departments viz. Agriculture Officer, Finanace Manager and Credit Manager of a bank with at least two and not more three in any department. They are in three different scales viz. I, II and III with at least two in any one scale.
Both the employees in finance department are in scale II. Dipak works in Credit department and belongs to Scale I. Abhishek works in Agriculture department and does not belong to scale I. Two employees in Credit department belong to one scale. Pushkar works with only Hemant in one of the departments. Chetan works with Pawan in one of the departments. Bhupendra does not work with either Chetan or Abhishek in the same department. Ganesh does not belong to scale III. Pawan does not belong to scale I.
Ganesh belongs to which scale?
II
III
I
I or II
None of these
7 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Eight persons -Abhishek, Bhupendra, Chetan, Dipak, Pawan, Pushkar,Ganesh and Hemant. are working in different departments viz. Agriculture Officer, Finanace Manager and Credit Manager of a bank with at least two and not more three in any department. They are in three different scales viz. I, II and III with at least two in any one scale.
Both the employees in finance department are in scale II. Dipak works in Credit department and belongs to Scale I. Abhishek works in Agriculture department and does not belong to scale I. Two employees in Credit department belong to one scale. Pushkar works with only Hemant in one of the departments. Chetan works with Pawan in one of the departments. Bhupendra does not work with either Chetan or Abhishek in the same department. Ganesh does not belong to scale III. Pawan does not belong to scale I.
Hemant belongs to which scale?
I
II
III
All are correct
8 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Eight persons -Abhishek, Bhupendra, Chetan, Dipak, Pawan, Pushkar,Ganesh and Hemant. are working in different departments viz. Agriculture Officer, Finanace Manager and Credit Manager of a bank with at least two and not more three in any department. They are in three different scales viz. I, II and III with at least two in any one scale.
Both the employees in finance department are in scale II. Dipak works in Credit department and belongs to Scale I. Abhishek works in Agriculture department and does not belong to scale I. Two employees in Credit department belong to one scale. Pushkar works with only Hemant in one of the departments. Chetan works with Pawan in one of the departments. Bhupendra does not work with either Chetan or Abhishek in the same department. Ganesh does not belong to scale III. Pawan does not belong to scale I.
Which of the following combination is correct?
Finance - Pushkar -I
Finance - Hemant - III
Credit - Bhupendra - II
Agriculture - Pawan - III
All are correct
9 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Eight persons -Abhishek, Bhupendra, Chetan, Dipak, Pawan, Pushkar,Ganesh and Hemant. are working in different departments viz. Agriculture Officer, Finanace Manager and Credit Manager of a bank with at least two and not more three in any department. They are in three different scales viz. I, II and III with at least two in any one scale.
Both the employees in finance department are in scale II. Dipak works in Credit department and belongs to Scale I. Abhishek works in Agriculture department and does not belong to scale I. Two employees in Credit department belong to one scale. Pushkar works with only Hemant in one of the departments. Chetan works with Pawan in one of the departments. Bhupendra does not work with either Chetan or Abhishek in the same department. Ganesh does not belong to scale III. Pawan does not belong to scale I.
Chetan belongs to which scale ?
I
II
III
I or II
None of these
10 . Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions given below:

Eight persons -Abhishek, Bhupendra, Chetan, Dipak, Pawan, Pushkar,Ganesh and Hemant. are working in different departments viz. Agriculture Officer, Finanace Manager and Credit Manager of a bank with at least two and not more three in any department. They are in three different scales viz. I, II and III with at least two in any one scale.
Both the employees in finance department are in scale II. Dipak works in Credit department and belongs to Scale I. Abhishek works in Agriculture department and does not belong to scale I. Two employees in Credit department belong to one scale. Pushkar works with only Hemant in one of the departments. Chetan works with Pawan in one of the departments. Bhupendra does not work with either Chetan or Abhishek in the same department. Ganesh does not belong to scale III. Pawan does not belong to scale I.
Which of the following groups of employees work in credit department?
Dipak Bhupendra Pawan
Dipak Bhupendra Chetan
Dipak Bhupendra Ganesh
None of these
11 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

There are five boys Alok, Bunty, Chetan, Dinesh and Kailash, two are good, one is poor and two are average in studies. Two of them study in postgraduate classes and three in undergraduate classes. One comes from a rich family, two from middle-class families and two from poor families. One of them is interested in playing, two in singing and one in reading. Of those studying in undergraduate classes, two are average and one is poor in studies. Of the two boys interested in singing, one is a postgraduate student. The one interested in playing comes from a middle-class family. Both the boys interested in singing are not industrious. The two boys coming from middle-class families are average in studies and one of them is interested in singing. The boy interested in reading comes from a poor family, while the one interested in playing is industrious. Kailash is industrious, good in studies, comes from a poor family and is not interested in singing, playing or reading. Chetan is poor in studies in spite of being industrious. Alok comes from a rich family and is not industrious but is good in studies. Bunty is industrious and comes from a middle-class family.
Name the boy interested in reading.
Alok
Bunty
Chetan
Dinesh
None of these
12 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

There are five boys Alok, Bunty, Chetan, Dinesh and Kailash, two are good, one is poor and two are average in studies. Two of them study in postgraduate classes and three in undergraduate classes. One comes from a rich family, two from middle-class families and two from poor families. One of them is interested in playing, two in singing and one in reading. Of those studying in undergraduate classes, two are average and one is poor in studies. Of the two boys interested in singing, one is a postgraduate student. The one interested in playing comes from a middle-class family. Both the boys interested in singing are not industrious. The two boys coming from middle-class families are average in studies and one of them is interested in singing. The boy interested in reading comes from a poor family, while the one interested in playing is industrious. Kailash is industrious, good in studies, comes from a poor family and is not interested in singing, playing or reading. Chetan is poor in studies in spite of being industrious. Alok comes from a rich family and is not industrious but is good in studies. Bunty is industrious and comes from a middle-class family.
Name the boy interested in playing.
Alok
Bunty
Chetan
Dinesh
None of these
13 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

There are five boys Alok, Bunty, Chetan, Dinesh and Kailash, two are good, one is poor and two are average in studies. Two of them study in postgraduate classes and three in undergraduate classes. One comes from a rich family, two from middle-class families and two from poor families. One of them is interested in playing, two in singing and one in reading. Of those studying in undergraduate classes, two are average and one is poor in studies. Of the two boys interested in singing, one is a postgraduate student. The one interested in playing comes from a middle-class family. Both the boys interested in singing are not industrious. The two boys coming from middle-class families are average in studies and one of them is interested in singing. The boy interested in reading comes from a poor family, while the one interested in playing is industrious. Kailash is industrious, good in studies, comes from a poor family and is not interested in singing, playing or reading. Chetan is poor in studies in spite of being industrious. Alok comes from a rich family and is not industrious but is good in studies. Bunty is industrious and comes from a middle-class family.
Name the middle-class family boy interested in singing
Alok
Bunty
Chetan
Dinesh
None of these
14 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

There are five boys Alok, Bunty, Chetan, Dinesh and Kailash, two are good, one is poor and two are average in studies. Two of them study in postgraduate classes and three in undergraduate classes. One comes from a rich family, two from middle-class families and two from poor families. One of them is interested in playing, two in singing and one in reading. Of those studying in undergraduate classes, two are average and one is poor in studies. Of the two boys interested in singing, one is a postgraduate student. The one interested in playing comes from a middle-class family. Both the boys interested in singing are not industrious. The two boys coming from middle-class families are average in studies and one of them is interested in singing. The boy interested in reading comes from a poor family, while the one interested in playing is industrious. Kailash is industrious, good in studies, comes from a poor family and is not interested in singing, playing or reading. Chetan is poor in studies in spite of being industrious. Alok comes from a rich family and is not industrious but is good in studies. Bunty is industrious and comes from a middle-class family.
Name the boys studying in post-graduate classes
Alok, Kailash
Bunty, Chetan
Alok, Dinesh
Dinesh, Kailash
None of these
15 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

There are five boys Alok, Bunty, Chetan, Dinesh and Kailash, two are good, one is poor and two are average in studies. Two of them study in postgraduate classes and three in undergraduate classes. One comes from a rich family, two from middle-class families and two from poor families. One of them is interested in playing, two in singing and one in reading. Of those studying in undergraduate classes, two are average and one is poor in studies. Of the two boys interested in singing, one is a postgraduate student. The one interested in playing comes from a middle-class family. Both the boys interested in singing are not industrious. The two boys coming from middle-class families are average in studies and one of them is interested in singing. The boy interested in reading comes from a poor family, while the one interested in playing is industrious. Kailash is industrious, good in studies, comes from a poor family and is not interested in singing, playing or reading. Chetan is poor in studies in spite of being industrious. Alok comes from a rich family and is not industrious but is good in studies. Bunty is industrious and comes from a middle-class family.
Name the boy who is not industrious and is average in studies.
Alok
Bunty
Chetan
Dinesh
None of these
16 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Mr Mahesh has a Godrej. There are five levels L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 in the Godrej. The order of the levels indicates the levels from bottom to top. L1 is the bottom level while L5 is the top level. There are 21 drawers in the Godrej. The drawers are designed in such a manner that only one book can be kept in a drawer. Any level consists of at least three drawers but not more than six drawers. Mr Mahesh has kept 16 books in the Godrej These books are of Economics (2). History (2), Geography (3), Civics (5) and Polity (4). No two books of any subject can be kept at the same level.
Books of History have been kept in levels at extreme ends only. Number of places for books in L5 is double the number for places of books in L1. Number of places for books in L4 is half the sum of the number of places for books in L5 and L2 together. L1 consists of neither a book of Polity nor a book of Geography. The books of Geography have been kept only in those levels where at least four books can be kept. Both the books of Economics have been kept in adjacent levels. Level L1 has no place to keep any more books.
How many drawers are there in level L1?
3
4
5
6
None of these
17 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Mr Mahesh has a Godrej. There are five levels L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 in the Godrej. The order of the levels indicates the levels from bottom to top. L1 is the bottom level while L5 is the top level. There are 21 drawers in the Godrej. The drawers are designed in such a manner that only one book can be kept in a drawer. Any level consists of at least three drawers but not more than six drawers. Mr Mahesh has kept 16 books in the Godrej These books are of Economics (2). History (2), Geography (3), Civics (5) and Polity (4). No two books of any subject can be kept at the same level.
Books of History have been kept in levels at extreme ends only. Number of places for books in L5 is double the number for places of books in L1. Number of places for books in L4 is half the sum of the number of places for books in L5 and L2 together. L1 consists of neither a book of Polity nor a book of Geography. The books of Geography have been kept only in those levels where at least four books can be kept. Both the books of Economics have been kept in adjacent levels. Level L1 has no place to keep any more books.
In which level is the number of drawers maximum?
L1
L2
L3
L4
None of these
18 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Mr Mahesh has a Godrej. There are five levels L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 in the Godrej. The order of the levels indicates the levels from bottom to top. L1 is the bottom level while L5 is the top level. There are 21 drawers in the Godrej. The drawers are designed in such a manner that only one book can be kept in a drawer. Any level consists of at least three drawers but not more than six drawers. Mr Mahesh has kept 16 books in the Godrej These books are of Economics (2). History (2), Geography (3), Civics (5) and Polity (4). No two books of any subject can be kept at the same level.
Books of History have been kept in levels at extreme ends only. Number of places for books in L5 is double the number for places of books in L1. Number of places for books in L4 is half the sum of the number of places for books in L5 and L2 together. L1 consists of neither a book of Polity nor a book of Geography. The books of Geography have been kept only in those levels where at least four books can be kept. Both the books of Economics have been kept in adjacent levels. Level L1 has no place to keep any more books.
How many drawers are empty in level L5?
Can't say
0
1
2
None of these
19 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Mr Mahesh has a Godrej. There are five levels L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 in the Godrej. The order of the levels indicates the levels from bottom to top. L1 is the bottom level while L5 is the top level. There are 21 drawers in the Godrej. The drawers are designed in such a manner that only one book can be kept in a drawer. Any level consists of at least three drawers but not more than six drawers. Mr Mahesh has kept 16 books in the Godrej These books are of Economics (2). History (2), Geography (3), Civics (5) and Polity (4). No two books of any subject can be kept at the same level.
Books of History have been kept in levels at extreme ends only. Number of places for books in L5 is double the number for places of books in L1. Number of places for books in L4 is half the sum of the number of places for books in L5 and L2 together. L1 consists of neither a book of Polity nor a book of Geography. The books of Geography have been kept only in those levels where at least four books can be kept. Both the books of Economics have been kept in adjacent levels. Level L1 has no place to keep any more books.
In which of the following levels, there is not any book of Polity?
Can't say
L1
L2
L3
None of these
20 . Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Mr Mahesh has a Godrej. There are five levels L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 in the Godrej. The order of the levels indicates the levels from bottom to top. L1 is the bottom level while L5 is the top level. There are 21 drawers in the Godrej. The drawers are designed in such a manner that only one book can be kept in a drawer. Any level consists of at least three drawers but not more than six drawers. Mr Mahesh has kept 16 books in the Godrej These books are of Economics (2). History (2), Geography (3), Civics (5) and Polity (4). No two books of any subject can be kept at the same level.
Books of History have been kept in levels at extreme ends only. Number of places for books in L5 is double the number for places of books in L1. Number of places for books in L4 is half the sum of the number of places for books in L5 and L2 together. L1 consists of neither a book of Polity nor a book of Geography. The books of Geography have been kept only in those levels where at least four books can be kept. Both the books of Economics have been kept in adjacent levels. Level L1 has no place to keep any more books.
If all the books are collected from those levels of the Godrej which consist of, books of Economics the total then number of books will be
6
7
8
Can't say
None of these