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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Abhinav's Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016 - 30 August, 2016


Hello and welcome to exampundit . So here is the Abhinav's Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016.

The rules are same as the fighter's puzzle challenges(which is coming back).

Abhinav will conduct and help everyone along with the fighter and Chitrarth who will monitor/feature/delete any other comments.


Directions (Questions.01-05): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

E, F, G, H, I, J and K are seven friends travelling in three different vehicles – Alto, Nano and Santro – with at least two in each vehicle. Each of them has a favorite cold drink, viz Frooti, Maaza, Slice, Sprite, Pepsi, Mirinda and 7Up but not necessarily in the same order.
I’s favorite drink is 7Up and F is travelling in Nano only with I. Those who travel in Alto do not like Frooti and Sprite. The one who likes Maaza travels only with K in Santro. The one whose favorite drink is Pepsi does not travel in the same vehicle as I or K. E does not travel in Nano but likes Miranda. H and J are travelling in the same vehicle but J does not like Slice. The one whose favorite drink is Sprite does not travel in Nano.


1).Whose favorite drink is Maaza?
a)    H
b)    G
c)    E
d)    Can’t be determined
e)    None of these

2).Which of the following is the favorite drink of H?
a)    Sprite
b)    Pepsi
c)    Slice
d)    Maaza
e)    None of these

3). In which of the following vehicles are three persons travelling?
a)    Nano
b)    Alto
c)    Santro
d)    Can’t be determined
e)    None of these

4).Which of the following combinations is/are true?
a)    G – Frooti - Nano
b)    H – Pepsi - Alto
c)    I – Slice - Nano
d)    J – Pepsi – Alto
e)    None of these

5).Which of the following statements is/are true?
a)    H likes Slice and travels in Alto
b)    F likes Pepsi and travels with I.
c)    E likes Mirinda and travels with H.
d)    Only 1) and 3) are true
e)    None of these



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6). “In an exciting World Cup match, the opposition has piled up a good total and in reply India have lost 4 wickets. Now Dhoni comes to bat, you are a die-hard fan of Dhoni and despite the odds you proclaim that Dhoni is a fine batsman.” – A commentator
Which of the following has been assumed in the above statement?
a)    India has a strong batting line - up
b)    India is likely to win the match.
c)    India is likely to lose the match
d)    Indian tailenders also play some match – winning shots
e)    None of these



7). Months before the annual upsurge of onion and potato prices kicks in, the government has plans in place to cushion the blow for the common man. Onion prices start rising from July, peaking in September – October. Similarly, potato prices witness an abnormal rise between September and November. Two major entities at national level – National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation (NAFED) and Small Farmers Agri – business Consortium (SFAC)- have been given a task of purchasing 10,000 tonnes of onions and tomatoes.
Which of the following can be best inferred from the given information? (An inference is something that is not directly stated but can be inferred from the given information).
a)    Prices of onions and potatoes will be stable in the market.
b)    Government can control the black marketing of onions and potatoes.
c)    Food inflation will come down.
d)    Prices of other essential vegetables will come down.
e)    None of these



8). The Centre has been emphasizing on education for the girl child for years, but a main in Agra took it to the other extreme. He tied up his eight – year – old daughter, reluctant to go school, with ropes on the back of his motorcycle to take her to school
Which of the following can be an assumption in the given information? (As assumption is something that is supposed or taken for granted)
a)    The father should have adopted a soft approach to send his daughter to school.
b)    The father struggles to given the best possible education of his daughters.
c)    The father does not know how to deal with his daughter.
d)    The father tried his best to convince her by offering toffees and promising gifts going to school
e)    None of these




9). Statement: The government has decided to make PAN card mandatory for people buying gold worth Rs. 1 lakh or more. The yellow metal contributes 60% of total sales in rural India.
Which of the following cannot be concluded from the above statements?
a)    Unethical practice and smuggling of gold will increase.
b)    Government earning will increase.
c)    Retail sales of gold will come down.
d)    There will be a long queue at NSDL offices
e)    Sales of gold in rural India will fall.




10). Statement: The cabinet approved a new bill in black money which will give more power to the tax department in tracking illicit wealth stashed abroad.
Which of the following statements can be an effect of the statement given above?
A.   Harsh penalties and rigorous imprisonment will be awarded to the people having unaccounted money abroad
B.   Non-filing of income tax returns of filing of returns with inadequate disclosure of foreign assets will be liable for prosecution.
C.   Individuals will have to give the details of opening of foreign account.
D.   Political parties will not take any donation.
E.   All individuals will declare their assets every year.
a)    Only B, D and E
b)    Only B and D
c)    Only A and B
d)    Only A, C and D
e)    Only A, B and C






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