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1.

One word for "A behavioral attribute peculiar to an individual."

2.

Eight regional selectors of Hockey team Ramesh, Mohit, Parul, Junaid, Karan, Vivek, Manoj
and Vinod came in a board meeting to select players for an international event. They came
from different states of India viz. Goa, Bengal, Tamil Naru, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka,
Rajasthan, Bihar and Punjab but not necessarily in same order. They all are sitting around a
circular table and face inward.
Immediately neighbours of Parul from Bengal and Goa. The two selectors from Tamil Nadu
and Rajasthan sit immediately next to each other. The two selectors from Karnataka and
Punjab sit immediately next to each other. Vivek and Junaid are facing each other. Karan
faces the one who came from Karnataka. Junaid neither from Bengal nor Goa. The one who
came from Bihar sits second to the left of Mohit. Parul sits third to the right of the one who
came from Punjab. Neither Vivek nor Junaid came from Punjab. Ramesh faces the one who
came from Goa. Manoj sits third to the right of Vinod. Neither Parul nor Karan sit
immediately next to the one who came from Bihar.

Who came from Rajasthan?

1.

Parul

2.

Karan

3.

Junaid

4.

Either 2) or 3)

3.

Eight regional selectors of Hockey team Ramesh, Mohit, Parul, Junaid, Karan, Vivek, Manoj
and Vinod came in a board meeting to select players for an international event. They came
from different states of India viz. Goa, Bengal, Tamil Naru, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka,
Rajasthan, Bihar and Punjab but not necessarily in same order. They all are sitting around a
circular table and face inward.
Immediately neighbours of Parul from Bengal and Goa. The two selectors from Tamil Nadu
and Rajasthan sit immediately next to each other. The two selectors from Karnataka and
Punjab sit immediately next to each other. Vivek and Junaid are facing each other. Karan
faces the one who came from Karnataka. Junaid neither from Bengal nor Goa. The one who
came from Bihar sits second to the left of Mohit. Parul sits third to the right of the one who
came from Punjab. Neither Vivek nor Junaid came from Punjab. Ramesh faces the one who
came from Goa. Manoj sits third to the right of Vinod. Neither Parul nor Karan sit
immediately next to the one who came from Bihar.
1. Who sits between Junaid and Ramesh?

1.

Manoj

2.

 Parul

3.

 Karan

4.

 Vivek

5.

None of these

4.

In the morning time, 2 persons A and B are talking to each other, standing in a straight line in a ground. If A’s shadow direction is to the left of B. What is the face direction of B?

1.

NORTH

2.

EAST

3.

WEST

4.

SOUTH

5.

Raju is walking towards west, be takes 3 turns while walking. All at a backward angle of 45* towards his right, right and left find in which direction is he facing now?

1.

NE

2.

WEST

3.

NORTH

4.

SOUTH

5.

NE

6.

. A+B means A is 10m ‘N’ of B
     A-B means A is 10m ‘S’ of B
     A*B means A is 5 m ‘E’ of B
     A@B means A is 15m ‘W’of B

(I) In a code “P+O-R×S@T” is written, the point ‘P’ is in which direction of point T

1.

East
   

2.

South
   

3.

west

4.

  NW

5.

None

7.

Statements: All trucks fly. Some scooters fly.

Conclusions:

  1. All trucks are scooters.

2. Some scooters do not fly

1.

Only conclusion I follows

2.

Only conclusion II follows

3.

Either I or II follows

4.

Neither I nor II follows

5.

Both I and II follow

8.

Statements: All tubes are handles.

All cups are handles.

Conclusions: I. All cups are tubes.

II. Some handles are not cups

1.

Only conclusion I follows

2.

Only conclusion II follows

3.

Either I or II follows

4.

Neither I nor II follows

5.

Both I and II follow

9.

Which among the following is the second tallest building in the world?

1.

Burj Khalifa

2.

Abraj Al-Bait

3.

Shanghai world financial centre

4.

Shanghai tower

10.

Which of the following is considered as highest peak of the world until 1852?

1.

Mount Everest

2.

K2

3.

Nanda Devi

4.

Mount Kanchenjunga

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