Apr 15, 2016

Sample Question NABARD Assistant Manager Grade A Grade B

Sample Question NABARD Assistant Manager Grade A Grade B

Sample question and answers for NABARD Assistant Managers in Grade ‘A’ (RDBS) and Managers in Grade ‘B’ (RDBS)

Test of Reasoning sample question paper with answers for NABARD Assistant Manager recruitment examination 2016.


Directions (Q. 1-5): In each question below are given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with 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.

1. Statements:
All spoons are bowls.
Some bowls are plates.
Conclusions:
I. Some spoons are plates.
II. Some bowls are spoons.
III. Some plates are spoons.
IV. All bowls are spoons.
1) Only I follows
2) Only II follows
3) Only II and III follow
4) Only I and II follow
5) None of these

2. Statements:
Some dogs are cats.
No cat is a cow.
Conclusions:
I. Some cats are dogs.
II. Some cows are dogs.
III. No dog is a cow.
IV. Some cats are not dogs.
1) Only I and II follow
2) Only II follows
3) Only III and IV follow
4) Only III follows
5) None of these

3. Statements:
All bats are flies.
All rats are bats.
Conclusions:
I. All flies are rats.
II. All bats are rats.
III. All rats are flies.
IV. Some flies are not bats.
1) Only I and III follow
2) Only III and IV follow
3) Only III and IV follow
4) Only II and III follow
5) None of these

4. Statements:
All cups are saucers.
All pots are cups.
Conclusions:
I. All pots are saucers.
II. All saucers are cups.
III. Some cups are pots.
IV. Some saucers are pots.
1) Only I and III follow
2) Only II and IV follow
3) Only I, III and IV follow
4) All follow
5) None of these

5. Statements:
Some boats are buses.
All trains are buses.
Conclusions:
I. No train is a boat.
II. All buses are trains.
III. Some buses are boats.
IV. Some trains are boats.
1) Either I or IV and III follow
2) Only IV follows
3) Only I and III follow
4) Only III and IV follow
5) None of these I



Directions (Q. 6-12): The world famous Edward Museum in city ‘X’ has introduced the system of passcode for its visitors. The passcodes are generated by machine and automatically change after every one hour, during the visiting hours 11 am to 7 pm. The illustration of passcodes generated batch wise is given below:
Passcode for batch I starting at 11 am.
things keep dust your all away from never.
Passcode for batch II starting at 12 noon.
all dust things your away from never keep.
Passcode for batch III starting at 1 pm.
away things all your from never keep dust.
Passcode for batch IV starting at 2 pm.
from all away your never keep dust things.
and so on upto the last batch starting at 6 pm.

6. If "he for went then to the shop in" is the passcode for seventh batch, "shop to the then in for went he" will be the passcode for which of the following batches?
1) First batch
2) Second batch
3) Third batch
4) Fourth batch
5) None of these

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7. "wait not for her till go to garden" is the passcode for batch starting at 12 noon. When Sumitra visited, she was issued the passcode "garden go to her not for wait till". At what time did she visit?
1) 3pm
2) 5pm
3) 6pm
4) 4pm
5) 1pm

8. Mr ‘X’ visited the museum at l pm, but was wrongly issued the passcode for 4 pm batch which was "left is the hand right to his way". What is the correct passcode that should have been issued to Mr ‘X’?
1) way to hand his is the left right
2) way to his hand is the left right
3) way to his hand the is left right
4) way to his hand is the right left
5) None of these

9. The passcode generated for the second batch on a particular day was "fat big nice girl for it was out". What will be the passcode for the sixth batch on that day?
1) out is was girl big fat nice for
2) out was it girl big nice fat for
3) out it was girl big nice fat for
4) out it girl was big nice fat for
5) None of these

10. The passcode for batch starting at 2 pm was "walk slow health for good physique for men". What would be the passcode for the batch starting at 5 pm?
1) for physique good for men slow health walk
2) for good physique for men health slow walk
3) good for physique for men health slow walk
4) good physique for men for slow health walk
5) None of these

11. Mr Ashok visited the museum at 3 pm. The passcode he received was "at the few words all in for race". What would have been his passcode had he visited the museum at 1 pm?
1) the for words race few at all in
2) the for race words few at all in
3) for the words race few at all in
4) for the race words few at all in
5) None of these

12. If the passcode for fifth batch is "set all get ready for the race today", what will be the passcode for the first batch?
1) race for the ready today all get set
2) race for the today ready all get set
3) race the for ready today all get set
4) race for the ready today get all set
5) None of these

13. In a certain code language the word DISTANCE is written as FLUWCQEH. How will the word NUMERALS be written in that code language?
1) PXNHTDNV
2) PXOITDNV
3) PWOHTDNV
4) PXOHTDNV
5) None of these

14. Five friends A, B, C, D and E are staying in the same locality. B’s house is to the east of A’s house and to the north of C’s house. C’s house is to the west of D’s house. D’s house is in which direction with respect to A’s house?
1) South-East
2) North-East
3) East
4) Data inadequate
5) 5) None of these

15. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series?
A3E, D6H, ?, J12N,
1) F9J
2) G9L
3) F9K
4) G9M
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 16-20): Each of the questions consist of a question and two statements numbered I and" II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and
Give answer (1): if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2): if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3): if the data either in statement I alone or in I statements II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4): if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (5): if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

16. How long does it take to reach city ‘Y’ from city ‘X’?
I. Sangita was scheduled to leave the city ‘X’ at 17.15 hrs but got late by 45 minutes and reached city ‘Y’ at 06.15 hrs the next day.
II. Sangita reached the bus-stand of city ‘X’ at 14.25 hrs and got the bus after waiting for 35 minutes. She reached city ‘Y’ at 3.15 hrs the next day.

17. When was Samir born?
I. Samir passed out from the university on his 22nd birthday on 16th April 1999.
II. Samir was elder than Sudha by three years who recently celebrated her 18th birthday.

18. How is Mr Sandeep related to Sushila?
I. Mr Sandeep is the only son of Sushila’s brother’s father-in-law.
II. Mr Sandeep’s father-in-law is Sushila’s father.

19. The annual function of college ‘X’ was celebrated on which date?
I. The annual function was celebrated on its 25th foundation day.
II. The college was founded on 85th day of the year 1974.

20. Who among the three friends A, B and C reached the school first?
I. A reached the school at 7.15 am five minutes before the bell rang.
II. B reached before C, who reached the school before the bell rang.

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2 5
3 5
4 3
5 1
6 3
7 4
8 2
9 3
10 5
11 2
12 1
13 4
14 1
15 5
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17 1
18 1
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