# Reasoning: Decision Making Questions Set 5

Decision making New Pattern Reasoning Questions for SBI PO, NIACL, IBPS PO, NICL AO, RBI Garde B and other competitive exams

1. For a job, a candidate must fulfill the following criteria:
The age should be from 22 to 28 as on 15th April 2017. Must have secured at least 60% marks in class 12. Must have secured at least 58% marks in graduation. Must have done post-graduate in finance. Must provide an NOC certificate if working somewhere. Must provide Aadhar Card or PAN Card. Must have secured at least 65% in written test and 70% in interview.
Sahil fulfills all the following criteria, then which of the following criterion/criteria is not essential for final selection?
(i) He was born on 19.02.1990.
(ii) He completed his graduation with 66% marks and secured 76% marks in class 12.
(iii) He has worked for 2 years in ABC Company.
(iv) He got 72% in written test and 75% in interview.
A) Only (ii)
B) Only (ii) and (iii)
C) Only (iii)
D) Only (i) and (iii)
E) Even with all given criteria fulfilling, he will not be selected.
Option C
Explanation:

NOC is to be provided if the person is working somewhere. But (iii) parts says – He has worked for 2 years in ABC Company. He worked sometime before, not working right now.
2. For a job in a company following conditions need to be fulfilled.
The candidateâ€™s age must be in between 22 and 28 years as on 01.04.2017. The candidate should have got at least 70% marks in written examination and 40% marks in interview. The candidate must be a graduate and have a work experience of at least a year. If the candidate is a female, then age relaxation of 2 years will be given.
A candidate has applied for the job and satisfies the following conditions. Give the correct sequence in which it can be found that the candidate gets the job in minimum number of conditions.
(i) Got 75% marks both in written test and interview.
(ii) The candidate is a female
(iii) Was born on 07.08.1991.
(iv) Has a work experience of 18 months
A) (iv), (i), (ii), (iii)
B) (i), (iii), (ii), (iv)
C) (iv), (iii), (i), (ii)
D) (i), (iv), (ii), (iii)
E) None of these
Option C
(ii) point is not required as age relaxation will be taken into account in case of female. But given candidate is already between 22-28 years. So there is no need to know that whether the candidate if female or male. So option in which (ii) is at last will be the answer.

Directions (3-4): Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions given below it.
For getting a job by a company, the candidate must fulfill the following criteria:
Must have worked with a company for at least 4 years. Must have got 60% in graduation. Must have cleared the written test and interview. Must be ready to sign a bond of 2 years with the company. The mean of percentage points in written test and interview must be at least 40%.

1. i) Sakshi got 60% in written test and 30% in interview
ii) Sakshi is ready to sign a bond of 2 years.
iii) Sakshi is working with ABC company for the last 5 years.
iv) Sakshi got 72% in BCom
Sakshi fulfills the above given criteria, then from which of the following points it can be concluded that she is not selected for the job?
A) Only (i)
B) Only (ii) and (iii)
C) Only (iv)
D) Only (iii)
E) From none of (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
Option E
Sakshi got 60% in written test and 30% in interview so mean of percentage points = (60+30)/2 = 45%
So all given criteria are necessary
2. Mohit has worked with a company for 4 years. He got 70% marks in BTech. He got 46% as mean of percentage points in written test and interview.
Which of the following points will lead to Mohitâ€™s final selection?
A) He provided an No Objection Certificate from his previous employer.
B) He signed a bond of 2 years with his previous employer.
C) He was born on 02.06.1992.
D) He completed Btech degree in Computer Stream.
E) None of these
Option E
The condition which must be fulfilled to get the job â€“ He is ready to sign a bond of 2 years with this new company.
3. For a job, a candidate must fulfill the following criteria:
The age should be from 24 to 30 as on 15th April 2017. Must have secured at least 58% marks in BSc – Math. Must have done post-graduate in Math or Statistics with at least 62% marks. Must have an experience of at least 2 years. Must have secured at least 60% in written test and 70% in interview.
Sahil fulfills all the following criteria, then which of the following criterion/criteria is not essential for final selection?
(i) He was born on 7th July 1988.
(ii) He completed his graduation with 66% marks and secured 76% marks in class 12.
(iii) He has worked for 3 years in ABC Company.
(iv) He got 72% in written test and 75% in interview.
(vi) He secured 64% marks in post-graduation.
A) Only (ii)
B) Only (ii) and (iii)
C) Only (iii)
D) Only (i) and (iii)
E) Even with all given information, he will not be selected.
Option E
Explanation:

According to the conditions, graduation must be BSc â€“ Math. But in points (i) to (vi) â€“ this is not specified anywhere.

Directions (6 â€“ 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Following are the conditions for selecting a candidate in an organization.
The candidate must –
(i) be a graduate with at least 60% marks.
(ii) be at least 21 years and not more than 28 years as on 01-04-2017.
(iii) have secured at least 60% marks in written test
(iv) have secured at least 50% marks in interview
In the case of candidate who fulfills all conditions except –
(a) At (ii) above, but is a post graduate with at least 60% marks, his case to be referred as Manager.
(b) at (iv) above, but has secured at least 35% marks in interview and at least 70% marks in written test, his case to be referred as Assistant.

1. In each question below, details of a candidate are provided followed by a question and 5 courses of action. Select the course of action that applies to the personâ€™s candidature.
Megha was born on 19 March 1991. He secured 65% marks in BCom. He also secured 62% marks in both written test and interview.
Which of the following will be a course of action if Megha applies for the job?
A) Megha will be selected.
B) Data provided are inadequate to take the decision.
C) Megha will not be selected.
D) Megha will be offered as Manager post.
E) Megha will be offered as Assistant post.
Option A
Explanation:

All 4 conditions are met.
2. Pankil was born on 7th November 1989. He secured 68% marks in BSc and 63% marks in his MSc. He has secured 65% marks in both written test and interview.
Which of the following will be a course of action if Pankil applies?
A) Pankil will be selected.
B) Data provided are inadequate to take the decision.
C) Pankil will not be selected.
D) Pankil will be offered as Manager post.
E) Pankil will be offered as Assistant post.
Option A
3. Varun has secured 78% marks in written test and 48% marks in interview. He secured 62% in B.Tech and was born on 12th January 1991.
Which of the following will be a course of action if Varun applies?
A) He will be selected.
B) Data provided are inadequate to take the decision.
C) He will not be selected.
D) He will be offered as Manager post.
E) He will be offered as Assistant post.
Option E

Explanation:
He has secured 48% in interview which is leas then required 50%, but is greater than 35% and in written test greater than 70%, so Assistant
4. Varun has secured 78% marks in written test and 58% marks in interview. He completed his B.Sc 4 years back and was born on 12th January 1991.
Which of the following will be a course of action if Varun applies?
A) He will be selected.
B) Data provided are inadequate to take the decision.
C) He will not be selected.
D) He will be offered as Manager post.
E) He will be offered as Assistant post.
Option B
Explanation:

5. Kavita was born on 8th November 1985. She did her graduation and post-graduation in Computer department with same marks. Which condition/s below will lead to her selecting as the Manager?
(i) She secured 68% in graduation and 65% both in written test and interview.
(ii) She secured 68% in BE.
(iii) She secured 63% marks in written test and 74% marks in interview.
A) Both (i) and (ii)
B) Only (iii)
C) Only (i)
D) Both (i) and (iii)
E) None of these
Option C
Explanation:

From (i), she is a graduate with at least 60% marks, have secured at least 60% marks in written test and have secured at least 50% marks in interview

## 18 Thoughts to “Reasoning: Decision Making Questions Set 5”

1. ??meetu??

mod..is such type of questions are coming in exams??

1. Yes. Last year they came

1. ??meetu??

kk mam ty ðŸ™‚

1. Eku

okk hi

2. Eku

in which exam this type os ques was askesd?

1. In SBI and IbPS PO Mains both

2. sachin shukla@ my turn 2017

ty))

3. Soniya Nagpal

In 10th question pg marks are not given. For manager pg marks should be atleast 60% . So how it can be true? Please reply

1. Yes provided. Same marks in both grad n pg

1. Soniya Nagpal

Thanks mam. U r awesome ?

4. jaga

mam…q7 mai to A hoga aur D b hoga

1. Manager k liye tab dekhna hai jab (ii) follow na ho rha ho

1. jaga

got now.

2. K.K

Mam please post some flow chart puzzles also

1. yes we will

5. K.K

Flow chart vali puzzles post ni hoti kya yha?

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