May 21, 2016

United India Insurance Practice Question Paper Administrative Officer

United India Insurance Practice Question Paper Administrative Officer

Model Reasoning Question Answer


Directions (1-5) : Each of the following questions contains six or seven statements followed by four options each of which is a combination of three statements. Choose the option in which the three statements are logically related.
1.
A. All happy persons are sincere persons.
B. Some children are happy persons.
C. All sincere persons are happy.
D. No child is happy.
E. Some happy persons are not children.
F. Some children are sincere person.
(1) ABD
(2) ABF
(3) BCE
(4) BEF

2.
A. All geniuses can solve the problem.
B. All students can solve problems.
C. All students are geniuses.
D. All students are mathematicians.
E. Some mathematicians are geniuses.
F. All those who can solve this problem are mathematicians.
G. Some geniuses are not mathematicians.
(1) ABC
(2) CEG
(3) DEF
(4) DFG

3.
A. All flowers are beautiful.
B. All beautiful things need air.
C. All sweet smelling things are beautiful.
D. All flowers are sweet smelling.
E. All flowers are fragrant.
F. All flowers need air.
(1) ABF
(2) CDE
(3) ACD
(4) BCF

4.
A. Some accidents are not expected incidents.
B. Some accidents are not fatal.
C. Some fatal ones are not expected incidents.
D. No accident is an expected incident.
E. Some illnesses which turn out to be fatal are not due to accidents.
F. All accidents are fatal.
(1) DBC
(2) CAB
(3) DFC
(4) ACD

5.
A. All mothers are affectionate.
B. Some girls are affectionate.
C. Some who are affectionate are not mothers.
D. Some daughters are affectionate.
E. Some girls are daughters.
F. Some daughters are mothers.
G. All girls are mothers.
(1) AGC
(2) FDA
(3) CED
(4) GEF


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Directions (6-13): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Following are the conditions for promotion from Junior Officer's Cadre to Senior Officer’s Cadre in an organisation :
The candidate must-
A. Have completed at least 5 years in the organisation.
B. Have secured 65% marks in the written test for promotion.
C. Have secured 60% marks in the Group Discussion.
D. Have secured 70% marks in the interview.
E. Have good record of his work performance.
F. Have good communication skill and gets along well with his colleagues.
G. Not be more than 40 years and less than 30 years as on 1 1.03.2007
H. Have good academic record, with an average of at least 65% marks. However, in the case of a candidate who —
I. Satisfies all other conditions except (D) above but has secured 75% marks in the written test and 65% marks in the Group Discussion, the case is to be referred to the General Manager (Personnel)—GM (P) for the decision.
J. Satisfies all other criteria except (H) above but has secured an average of more than 60% marks, the case is to be referred to the Managing Director (MD) of the organisation.

Now read the information provided in the case of each candidate in each of the questions given below and decide on the basis of the information provided and based on the above conditions, which of the courses of action you would suggest. These cases are given as on 1 1.3.2007 (Remember you are not to assume anything which is not provided in the question).

6. 34 years old Ramesh has secured 76% marks in the written test for promotion, 66% marks in Group Discussion and 67% marks in the interview. He has good academic record with an average of 68% marks, good communication skill and gets along well with his colleagues. His work performance is good and he has completed 6 years in the organisation.
(1) Promote
(2) Refer to MD
(3) Refer to GM (P)
(4) Data inadequate

7. 34 years old Madhu has secured 60% marks in the written test for promotion, 72% marks in interview and 69% marks in Group Discussion. She has good communication skill and gets along well with her colleagues. Her record of work performance is good and she has completed 6.5 years in the organisation.
(1) Refer to MD
(2) Do not promote
(3) Promote
(4) Data inadequate

8. 31 years old Jairam secured 67% marks in written test for promotion, 72% marks in Interview and 62% marks in Group Discussion. He has good academic record with-an average of 67% marks and good communication skill. He has completed 9 years in the organisation. He gets easily annoyed and irritated with his colleagues and his record of work performance since the last two years is just average.
(1) Promote
(2) Refer to GM (P)
(3) Refer to MD
(4) Do not promote

9. 33 years old Ravi has secured 63% marks in Group Discussion. 71%. marks in interview and 66% marks in written test for promotion. She has good academic record with an average of 66% marks and has good communication skill. She gets along well with her colleagues and has good record of her work performance. She has completed 6 years in the organisation.
(1) Refer to GM (P)
(2) Do not Promote
(3) Promote
(4) Data inadequate

10. Dinesh has secured 70% marks in written test for promotion, 69% marks in Group Discussion and 72% marks in the interview. He has a- good academic record with an average of 67% marks. He has good record of work performance and gets along well with his colleagues. He has good communication skill and has completed 47 years A in the organisation.
(1) Do not promote
(2) Refer to GM (P)
(3) Refer to MD
(4) Data inadequate

11. 38 years old Mahmud has secured 65% marks in the written test for promotion, 73% marks in interview and 62% marks in Group Discussion. He has good record of his work performance, good communication skills and gets along well with his colleagues. He has good academic record with an average of 61% marks and has completed 7 years in the organisation.
(1) Refer to GM (P)
(2) Refer to MD
(3) Promote
(4) Do not promote

12. 32 years old Jayant has a good academic record with an average of 66% marks. He has secured 67% marks in Group Discussion, 75% marks in interview and 60% marks in written test for promotion. He has good communication skill and gets along well with his colleagues. He has good record of his work performance and has completed 7 years in the organisation.
(1) Do not promote
(2) Refer to MD
(3) Refer to GM (P)
(4) Data inadequate

13. 39 years old Suresh has secured 66% marks in written promotion test and has a good academic record with an average of 62% marks. He has secured 65% marks in Group Discussion and 72% marks in interview. He has good record of his work performance, gets well along with his colleagues and has good communication skill. He has completed 6 years in the organisation.
(1) Do not promote
(2) Refer to MD
(3) Refer to GM (P)
(4) Promote

14. Complete the following series.
a a c ---- b b a --- c c ---------- b a a--------- c b ---------
(1) cabcb
(2) bacab
(3) aabcb
(4) ccbcb

15. Correct the following equation by interchanging two signs.
16 + 4 ÷ 2- 21 x 7=21
(1) +, -
(2) +, x
(3) -, ÷
(4) x, ÷

Directions (16-20) : In the questions that follow different symbols have been used with different meanings as follows :
P Ψ Q means P is equal to Q.
P η Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q.
P δ Q means P is greater than Q
P γ Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q.
P $ Q means P is smaller than Q.
For each question you have to assume, the given statements to be true and then to decide which of the two given conclusions is/ are definitely true. Give answer
(1) if only conclusion l is true;
(2) if only conclusion II is true:
(3) if either conclusion I or II is true: and
(4) if neither conclusion I nor II B true.

16. Statements:
A$B, D η E, C Ψ D, C γ B
Conclusions:
I. E δ B
II. B Ψ E

17. Statements:
R γ A, U δ L, A Ψ H, H γ U
Conclusions:
I. H Ψ L
II. L $ H

18. Statements:
W δ U, Y Ψ X, Z $ Y, X γ W
Conclusions:
I. Z Ψ W
II. X δ Z

19. Statements:
W $ M, S Ψ Q, R γ N, S $ R
Conclusions:
I. W $ R
II. N Ψ Q

20. Statements:
M $ L, O δ P, M Ψ N, O η N
Conclusions:
I. M δ O
II. M Ψ O


Questions Answers
1 2
2 2
3 1
4 1
5 2
6 3
7 2
8 4
9 3
10 4
11 2
12 1
13 2
14 1
15 4
16 3
17 2
18 2
19 1
20 3

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