Reasoning Test for SBI Clerk Prelims 2021 Exam set – 16

Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons namely Ankit, Madhav, Naman, Gitesh, Pooja, Simran and Ritika were born in different months namely January, February, April, May, June, September and October but not necessarily in the same order. Each them are working in different public sector undertakings like SBI, RBI, UIIC, NIACL, LIC, GIC and NABARD but not necessarily in the same order.

Gitesh was born in a month which has 30 days. Only one person was born between the one who works in NABARD and Gitesh. The one who works in GIC was born immediately before the one who works in NABARD. The one who works in NIACL was born neither in the month which has 31 days nor in the month which has 30 days. Only two persons were born between the one who works in NIACL and Simran. Madhav was born immediately after Simran and doesn’t work in GIC. Ritika was born immediately before Naman. Pooja works in UIIC and was born in October month. The one who works in SBI was born in the month which has 31 days. Gitesh doesn’t work in LIC.

  1. 1. Gitesh works in which among the following PSUs?
    NABARD
    LIC
    RBI
    UIIC
    None of these
    Option C

     

  2. How many people were born between Naman and the one who works in NABARD?
    None
    One
    Three
    Two
    More than two
    Option D

     

  3. As per arrangement, Ritika is related to RBI and Naman is related to GIC following a certain pattern, in the same way Simran is related to which of the following?
    LIC
    NIACL
    UIIC
    SBI
    NABARD
    Option C

     

  4. Ankit was born in which among the following months?
    October
    January
    September
    May
    April
    Option D

     

  5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
    Ritika
    Ankit
    The one who works in UIIC
    The one who works in GIC
    The one who works in LIC
    Option E

     

  6. Directions: Study the following questions carefully and choose the right answer:

  7. Statements:
    All chairs are beds.
    Some beds are sofas.

    Conclusions:
    I. At least some chairs being sofas is a possibility.
    II. Some sofas are beds.

    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option E

     

  8. Statements:
    Some remarks are comments.
    Some comments are questions.

    Conclusions:
    I. Some remarks are questions.
    II. Some questions are comments.

    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option B

     

  9. Statements:
    No fruit is a veg.
    All veg are pink.

    Conclusion:
    I. All fruits is veg.
    II. Some fruits are veg.

    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option D

     

  10. Statements:
    All woods are metals.
    No metal is a hard.

    Conclusion:
    I. At least some hard are metals.
    II. No wood is a hard

    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option B

     

  11. Statements:
    All sharks are mammals.
    No mammal is a snake.
    Some snakes are scorpions.

    Conclusion:
    I. All sharks are snakes.
    II. No mammal is a scorpion.

    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option D

     


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