Q1. The ‘M’ state government has decided henceforth to award the road construction contracts through open tenders only.
Courses of action:
I. The ‘M’ state will not be able to get the work done swiftly as it will have to go
through tender and other procedures.
II. Henceforth the quality of roads constructed may be far better.
A. If only I follows
B. If only II follows
C. If either I or II follows
D. If neither I nor II follows
E. If both I and II follow
Q2. Find the next term in this series – 2,3,6,18,108,?
Q3. In a certain language, RIPPLE is written as 785514. What is the code of PILLER in that language?
Q4. Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Amar said, “Her mother’s brother is the only son of my mother’s father.” How is the girls mother related to Amar?
E. None of these
Q5. A is the only brother of B. P is the only nephew of B. How is P related to A?
D. Can’t say
Q6. Radha is the only daughter of Rakesh’s father-in-law’s wife. How is Radha related to Rakesh?
Q7. Rajeswari walked 2km towards North then turned right and walked 3km then again turned right and walked 3.5km. She turned left and walked 1.5km finally. Then how far and in which direction is she from the starting point?
A. 3km East
B. 4.5km West
C. 5km East
D. 3km West
Q8. 8 people namely A, S, D, F, G, H, J and K are sitting around circular table facing the center of the table. D is facing North-East and G is sitting 3 positions away from D in the clockwise direction. J is sitting adjacent to D and opposite to A. A is sitting adjacent to S on his right. K is sitting adjacent to S and F is not sitting opposite to D. Which direction is A facing
Q9. Meeru has lost her way home and was standing 25m away from her house in the South-West direction. He walks 20m North reaches point A. How far and in which direction would she have to walk to reach her house?
A. 20m East
B. 15m East
C. 15m West
D. 20m West
Q10. A boy is facing North-West. He turns 85 degrees in the anti-clockwise direction and then 50 degrees in the same direction. Which direction is he facing now?
Q11. One day Raja left home and cycled 5km Southwards, turned left and cycled 2km and turned left again and cycled 3km.then he turned right and cycled 5km. How many kilometers will he have to cycle to reach his home straight?
A. Square root of 53
B. Square root of 54
C. Square root of 55
D. Square root of 56
Q12. Odd one out.
Q13. Odd man out.
Q14. Odd man out
Q15. Odd man out
Q16. Odd man out
Q17. The given sign signify something and on that basis,assume the given statements to be true and find which of the two conclusion I and II is/are definitely true
A + B means A equals to B
A – B means A less than B
A = B means A not equal to B
A*B means A is greater than B
A/B means A is lesser than B.
k – m, k / l, l + n
Conclusions: (1) m – l (2) m / n
A. Only 1 is true
B. Only 2 is true
C. Both are true
D. None of these are true
Q18. Given signs signify something and on that basis, assume the given
statement to be true. Answer the question basis the information
’!’ denotes “greater than”
‘*’ denotes “equal to”
‘+’ denotes “less than”
‘$’ denotes ‘’not equal to’’
‘x’ denotes “not less than”
‘%’ denotes “not greater than”
then A!B!C does not imply
Q19. If GULMOHAR is coded as TFONLSZI,PIPAL will be coded as:
Q20. If RESULT is coded as SFTVMU ,then EXAM is coded as :
Q21. If 1022834 represents VACCINE, which word is represented by
Q22. If computer is coded as GKQLYPIN, what is the code for the senate?
Q23. In a certain code language SPECIFY is written as 1916539625 how is
ABOUT written in that code .
Q24. If WORD is coded as 9753,than DOOR is coded as
Q25. In a certain code language SKILLFUL is written as LTMJGMMV how is
STATED written in that code