Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) had released the official notification for the Common Recruitment Process for RRBs (CRP RRBs VII) for the recruitment of Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistant (Multipurpose)
The examination will be held in two phases i.e. Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. The RRB Scale I Preliminary Exam is scheduled on 11th, 12th & 18th of August 2018. And RRB Assistant Preliminary Exam is scheduled on 19th, 25th August & 1st September 2018. Details of the exam are as under:
Practice the questions so as to familiarize yourself with the pattern of questions to be asked in the exam.
- N is sitting to left of L, M is sitting between H and L. If G is also to the left of L, who is extreme left ?
MLNNone of theseCannot be determinedOption E
- In a row of students facing North, R is twelfth from the right end and is fifth to the right of S who is tenth from the left end. Total how many students are there in the row?
- Among five students Priya, Queen, Rashi, Shiva and Taru, Queen is taller than Rashi. Taru is taller than Priya. Shiva is shorter than Priya but taller than Queen. Who among them is the second shortest?
PriyaRashiQueenCannot be determinedNone of theseOption C
- If R is taller than K but shorter than G. K is not as short as A but shorter than P. Then G is ?
Tallest or 2nd tallerTallest3rd taller2nd tallerCannot be determinedOption A
- In a class of 36 students R’s rank from the top is 12. A ranks three places above R. What is A’s rank from bottom?
26272829None of theseOption C
- Six students Urvashi, Varsha, Weon, Xeon, Yash and Zalima participate in an examination and score different marks. Zalima scores more than Varsha but less than Weon. Yash scores more than Weon but he does not score the highest marks. Varsha scores more than only Urvashi. Who scores the second highest marks?
UrvashiVarshaYashCannot be determinedNone of theseOption C
a)All L are D.
b)Some D are S.
c)All S are C.
a) Some C are S.
b)Some C are D.
c)Some S are L.Only a followsOnly b followsOnly a and b followsOnly a and c followsNone of theseOption C
a)Some F are L.
b)Some L are I.
c)All I are C.
a)Some C are F.
b)Some C are L.
c)Some I are L.Only a followsOnly b and a followsOnly c followsOnly b and c followsNone of theseOption D
a)Some P are W.
b)No W is A.
c)Some W are I.
a)No I is A.
b)No P is I.
c)Some W are A.
d)All I are W.Only a followsOnly b and c followsOnly a and d followsNone followsNone of theseOption D
a)No M is F.
b)Some S are F.
c)All T are S.
a)Some T are F.
b)No T is F.
c)Some S are M.
d)No S are M.Only a and b followsOnly a and d followsOnly c and d followsNone of theseOnly a followsOption D
Directions (7-10): In each of the questions given below three statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.