Nov 28, 2016

IDBI Bank Executive Latest Question Answer Paper for Preparation

IDBI Bank Executive Latest Question Answer Paper for Preparation

1. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘UNSIGHTLY’ each of which has as many letters between its two letters in the word as there are between them in the English alphabet?
1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Four
5) None of these

2. What will be the rearranged form of the word ‘HYDROGEN’ if its letters having been arranged in alphabetical order are then substituted by the immediate previous letters in the English alphabet?
1) CDFGMQZ
2) EFHIOPSZ
3) CDFGMNQX
4) CDEGMNQX
5) None of these

3. If the vowels of the word PRIVET are substituted by their immediate next vowels in the English alphabet, the first two letters are substituted by the third letters to their right in the English alphabet respectively, and the remaining letters are interchanged between themselves, then what will be its‘ changed form?
1) SUOTIV
2) MOOTIV
3) SUETAV
4) SVOFTV
5) None of these

4. If in a certain code ‘PERINATH’ is written as QFQHOBSG and ‘POLE’ as QPKD, how will ‘SYNDROME’ be written in that code?
1) RXOEQNNF
2) TZOEQNLD
3) TZMCSPKD
4) TZMCSPLD
5) None of these

5. Four of the following five are similar in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
1) 2
2) 126
3) 215
4) 9
5) 65

6. How would the word ‘PIMENTO’ be written if each of its consonants is substituted by a letter third to its right in the English alphabet and each of its vowels is substituted by the fourth consonant to its right in the English alphabet?
1) SMPIQWR
2) SMPJQWR
3) SMPIQWS
4) SMPJQWS
5) None of these

7. In the case of how many letters in the word ‘UNSOCIABLE’, their serial order in the word will not differ from their serial order in the arrangement where the letters of the word are arranged alphabetically?
1) Two
2) None
3) One
4) Three
5) Four

8. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their position in the English alphabet and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
1) MN
2) HS
3) DW
4) GT
5) KO

9. In the English alphabet, if all the letters (excluding vowels) in the even position are substituted by 3, all the letters (excluding vowels) in odd position are substituted by 4 and the vowels are substituted by 5, then what will be the total of the numeric values of the letters of the word ‘BEAD’?
1) 16
2) 29
3) 18
4) 20
5) None of these

10. Which of the following indicates similar relationship as ‘LOWER’ has with ‘WORLE’?
1) ENTRY:RNYET
2) WORDS : ROSWD
3) AMONG : OMNAG
4) GLAZE : AGELZ
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 11-17): Read the following information a answer the questions given below it:
(i) L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a circle facing the centre.
(ii) ‘N’, who is third to the left of ‘P’, is not a neighbor of ‘R’ and ‘M’.
(iii) S is the neighbour of ‘O’ and ‘R’ and is third to the right of ‘M’.
(iv) ‘L’ is not the neighbour of ‘O’, who is second to the left of ‘N’.

11. What is the position of ‘Q’?
1) Immediate right of R
2) Immediate left of N
3) Third to the right of M
4) Second to the left of S
5) None of these

12. Which of the following is the pair of adjacent persons?
1) 0 and M
2) M and N
3) R and O
4) L and P
5) None of these

13. Which of the following pairs has the first person sitting second to the left of the second person?
1) N,M
2) Q,S
3) L,Q
4) S, P
5) None of these

14. If N and O interchange their positions, then which of the following will be the correct statement?
1) S is on the immediate right of N.
2) R is second to the right of O.
3) O is between L and Q.
4) N is between L and Q.
5) None of these

15. Which of the following has the second person sitting between the remaining two?
1) M,L,P
2) N,L,Q
3) P,S,R
4) Q, N, O
5) None of these

16. Which of the following is NOT TRUE?
1) O and Q are neighbours.
2) N, L and O are sitting adjacent to each other.
3) M, P and O, S are the pairs of adjacent persons.
4) L is on the immediate left of M.
5) None of these

17. Which of the following is TRUE?
1) M is on the immediate right of P.
2) N is on the immediate right of L.
3) O is third to the right of L.
4) L is second to the right of Q.
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 18-22): These questions are based on the following information:
‘P = Q’ means ‘Q is the father of P’
‘P * Q?’ means ‘P is the sister of Q’.
‘P ? Q’ means ‘Q is the mother of P’.
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is the brother of Q’.
‘P £ Q’ means ‘Q is the son of P’.
P x Q’ means ‘P is the daughter of Q’.

18. Which of the following is not correct?
1) L $ M * O means O is the sister of L.
2) M * O £ P = Q means Q and O are husband and wife.
3) P = Q ? R means R is the grandmother of P.
4) R x S ? T means R is the granddaughter of T.
5) All are correct

19. Which of the following is correct?
1) L £ M $ R means R is the paternal uncle of L.
2) M $ R * D ? V means M is the son of V.
3) D ? V x T means D is the granddaughter of T.
4) V x T * P means P is the maternal uncle of V.
5) None is correct

20. Which of the following indicates ‘A is the grandfather of B’?
1) M x A = N = B
2) B $ L x Q x A
3) L * B=S$Q=A
4) B x L x A
5) None of these

21. Which of the following means ‘F is the paternal uncle of G’?
1) L = F $ Q £ G
2) G x M * F $ L
3) N $ F $ L x G
4) G x L $ F $ N
5) None of these

22. ‘S x M * B £ L = F ? Q’ reveals which of the following relations?
1) M is the maternal aunt of L.
2) L is the granddaughter of Q.
3) B is the paternal uncle of S.
4) F and B are brother and sister.
5) None of the above relations gets revealed.

23. Among P, Q, R, S and T, (i) R ranks as the second wealthiest person; (ii) Q is richer than only S. To decide the wealthiest among them, which of the following statements is (are) necessary?
(A) P is wealthier than Q.
(B) P, though wealthier than Q, is not as wealthy as T.
(C) T is wealthier than Q.
(D) R is wealthier than both P and Q.
1) Only (B) or only (A) and C together
2) Either (B) alone or (A) and (C) together
3) Only (D)
4) Either (B) alone or (D) alone
5) No of these

Directions (Q. 24-27): These questions are based on the information given below:
In a row of boys facing North, (i) C is 8th to the right of B; (ii) D is 16th from the left end; (m) C is 16th to the right of A, who is 27th from the right end of the row; (iv) there are 5 boys between D and B; (v) B is nearer than D to the right end of the row.
24. How many boys are there between A and D?
1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Data inadequate
5) None of these

25. How far away is C from the right end of the row?
1) 30th
2) 10th
3) 11th
4) 12th
5) None of these

26. How many boys are there in all in the row?
1) 50
2) 45
3) 36
4) Data inadequate
5) None of these

27. How far away is D from the right end of the row?
1) Data inadequate
2) 24th
3) 25th
4) 18th
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 28-34): These questions are based on the following arrangement of numbers, symbols and letters.
F $ = 2 G P * L 9 Q £ @ 7 R T U ? © 6 8 B E ß A # 4 J K M
28. ‘$2FP’ is to ‘*9P£’ in the same way as ‘________’ is to ‘8E6A’.
1) T?R6
2) U?R6
3) T©R6
4) T?76
5) None of these

29. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is either immediately followed by a symbol or immediately preceded by a letter, but not both?
1) Three
2) None
3) One
4) Two
5) None of these

30. How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement each of which is either immediately followed by a letter or immediately preceded by a number, but not both?
1) One
2) Three
3) Two
4) Four
5) More than four

31. If all the symbols in the arrangement are removed, then which of the following will be the seventh to the right of the 14th element from the right end?
1) P
2) E
3) A
4) 3
5) None of these

32. If all the numbers in the arrangement are removed, then which of the following will be exactly midway between the fourth element from the right end and the fourth element from the left end?
1) R
2) U
3) ?
4) ©
5) None of these

33. How many such letters are there in the above arrangement each of which is either immediately preceded by a symbol or immediately followed by a number, but not both?
1) Three
2) Two
3) One
4) None
5) None of these

34. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the position of their elements in the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
1) 9£UR
2) 6B#A
3) G*@Q
4) ßBMJ
5) 7TB6

Directions (Q. 35-39): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II are 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 in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer 4) if the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer 5) if the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
CAUTION: Do NOT mark your answer unless you consider both the statements carefully.

35. Who among A, B, C, D, E and F stays on the lowest floor in a building, each one staying on a separate floor?
I. D stays two floors below C, who is not occupying the top floor.
II. A stays above D but below B and E.

36. How is Rekha related to Pradeep?
I. Surekha, the cousin of Pradeep, is the niece of Rekha.
II. Rama, Rekha’s sister is the wife of Umesh, Pradeep’s father.

37. What is Kumud’s rank in a class of 40?
I. Seema, who is 8th from the top in the class, is above Kailash by 18 ranks, who is below Kumud by 7 ranks.
II. Nandini, who is between Lumud and Kishori, is 20th from the bottom.

38. Who among P, Q, R, S, T and U runs the fastest?
I. R, though runs faster than S and T, does not run as fast as P and Q.
II. H. Q runs faster than U.

39. What does ‘Ta’ mean in a code language?
I. ‘Pe Bo0 Ta’ means ‘have that cover’ and ‘Ki Bo Se Pe’ means ‘apply that blue cover’ in the code language.
II. ‘Ne Ka Pa Ta’ means ‘have something to eat’ and ‘Si Li Ta Wa’ means ‘have they gone wrong’ in the code language

Directions (Q. 40-44): In each question below are three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of the answers 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5) is the correct answer.
40. Statements: a. All covers are books.
b. No book is a bag.
c. All bags are files.
Conclusions: I. No book is a file.
II. No cover is a bag.
III. Some files are books.
1) Only II follows
2) Only either I or III follows
3) Only II and either I or III follow
4) Only II or either I or III follows
5) None of these

41. Statements: a. Some pens are pads.
b. All papers are pencils.
c. Some pencils are pens.
Conclusions: I. Some papers are pens.
II. Some pads are pencils.
III. Some pencils are papers.
1) Only III follows
2) Only I and III follow
3) Only II and III follow
4) None follows
5) None of these

42. Statements: a. All fruits are trees.
b. All leaves are fruits.
c. Some fruits are branches.
Conclusions I. Some fruits are leaves.
II. All branches are trees.
III. Some branches are leaves.
1) Only I and II follow
2) Only II and III follow
3) Only I and III follow
4) All I, II and III follow
5) None of these

43. Statements: a. Some blankets are beds.
b. Some pillows are blankets.
c. All beds are pillows.
Conclusions: I. Some blankets are pillows.
II. Some pillows are beds.
III. Some beds are blankets.
1) Only either I or II follows
2) Only I and either II or III follow
3) Only III and either I or II follow
4) All I, II and III follow
5) None of these

44. Statements: a. All schools are shops.
b. All shops are factories.
c. Some schools are palaces.
Conclusions: I. Some palaces are shops.
II. Some factories are palaces.
III. All palaces are factories.
1) Only 1 follows
2) Only I and II follow
3) All I, II, III follow
4) Only II and III follow
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 45-46): These questions are based on the six numbers given below:
271 361 912 714 459 187
45. If the first and the second digits of each are interchanged and if the third digit of each number is placed between these two numbers, then which number will be the third number from the top, if the new numbers are arranged in the descending order of their value?
1) 187
2) 271
3) 459
4) 361
5) 912

46. If the first and the third digits of each number are interchanged and if one is added to the middle digit of each number, which number will be the second lowest in the new form?
1) 271
2) 714
3) 187
4) 912
5) None of these

47. PALE is coded as =?©£ and LEMON is coded as ©£&$#. How will ‘LAMPOON’ be coded?
1) ©£&=$$#
2) £?&=$$#
3) A©?&= = #
4) ©?£$$#&
5) None of these

48. If the sentence ‘layman can practice successful psychotherapy without great training’ is written as ‘practice without successful layman training psychotherapy can great’ in a certain code, then how will ‘I would have to think all the time’ be written in that code?
1) have all to I think time would the
2) have to all I time think would the
3) have all to I time think would the
4) have all to l time would think the
5) None of these

49. If a meaningful word can be formed from RSUO, by using each letter only once, then the third letter of that word is your answer. If more than one such word can be formed, you answer is ‘Y’ and if no such word can be formed then your answer is ‘Z’.
1) Y
2) R
3) U
4) O
5) Z

50. Which of the following meanings of the arithmetical signs will yield the value ‘zero’ for the expression given below?
200 x 100 + 300 x 200 – 10 + 2 + 40
1) + means —, — means x, x means +, + means +
2) + means —, — means +, x means +, + means x
3) + means x, - means —, x means +, + means +
4) + means +, — means +, x means -, + means x
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 51-55): Below in each question are given two statements (A) and (B). These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements and decide which of the following answer choices correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements.
Mark answer 1) if statement (A) is the cause and statement (B) is its effect.
Mark answer 2) if statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect.
Mark answer 3) if both the statements (A) and (B) are independent causes.
Mark answer 4) if both the statements (A) and (B) are effects of independent cause.
Mark answer 5) if both the statements (A) and (B) are effects of some common causes.

51. (A) Majority of the employees of the organisation signed the statement protesting against the management’s personnel policy.
(B) The management of the organisation has decided that all those employees who are above 58 years of age may opt for voluntary retirement scheme.
52. (A) The public sector telecom service provider reduced the monthly rental substantially with immediate effect
(B) All the private sector telecom service providers have reduced their charges last week.

53. (A) The largest oil company in the private sector decided to raise its supply of crude oil to the government-controlled refineries with immediate effect.
(B) The government has recently notified all the refineries under its control to reduce the refining capacity in future months.

54. (A) The government has decided to make all the information related to primary education available to the general public.
(B) In the past, the general public did not have access to all these information related to primary education available with the government.

55. (A) The local traders’ association urged all its members to close down their shops for a day to protest against the government’s new tax policy.
(B) Many shopkeepers decided to close down their shops for the day and gave a day off to their employees.

Directions (Q56 - 60) In the following questions, the symbols *, %, ©, @ and $ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:
‘P © Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither‘ smaller than nor equal to Q’
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions I, II and III given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

56. Statements: N % J, J * B, B © C
Conclusions: I. D@N
II. B$N
III.N%B
1) Only l and II are true
2) Only l and Ill are true
3) Only II and Ill are true
4) All are true
5) None of these

57. Statements: M % R, R $ K, K © T
Conclusions: I. T ©R
II. M@K
III. T%R
1) Only I is true
2) Only I and II are true
3) Only III is true
4) Only II and III are true
5) None of these

58. Statements: J * T, T $ D, D @ F
Conclusions: I. F % J
II. F © J
III. J $ D
1) Only I and II are true
2) Only II and III are true
3) Only l and III are true
4) None is true
5) None of these

59. Statements: H © B, B@ K, T $ B
Conclusions: I. H©T
II. T % B
III. B @ T
1) None is true
2) Only II is true
3) Only l is true
4) Only either I or II is true
5) Only either II or III is true

60. Statements: H @ M, N % M, K @ N
Conclusions: I. H @ N
II. K © H
III. M $ K
1) None is true
2) Only I is true
3) Only I and II are true
4) Only II and III are true
5) All are true

Directions (Q. 61-65): Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer 1) if the inference is ‘definitely true’, ie it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
Mark answer 2) if the inference is ‘probably true’ though not ‘definitely true’ in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer 3) if the ‘data are inadequate’, ie from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false.
Mark answer 4) if the inference is ‘probably false’, though not ‘definitely false’ in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer 5) if the inference is ‘definitely false’, ie it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts.
Recent indications that the government is considering foreign direct investment in retail trade have sparked off a debate on the advisability and consequence of this policy. Retail trade takes place through five types of outlets – Kirana shops, more modem retail shops, departmental stores, super markets and hyper markets. Kirana shops and retail shops are a feature of our landscape. Every village and town has them. They are usually family-owned and mass-managed. As generations pass and villages become small towns, kirana shops graduate into modem retail outlets. When towns become cities, departmental stores appear. Super markets are the next stage in the evolution of retailing. They are viable only in the bigger cities. The fear expressed by some people is that allowing FDI in retail trade and the entry of international retailers could lead to a diminution of kirana shops and retail stores.
61. Kirana shops are still managed by the members of the family it owns.
62. Super markets came up much before modem retail stores in the big cities.
63. Super markets do not exist in small towns in India at present.
64. FDI in retail sector may protect the interests of both the consumers and Kirana shop owners.
65. Supermarkets are not viable in the small towns.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 3 1 4 3 4 2 5 1 2
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2 5 1 3 5 2 4 1 2 3
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
4 1 4 1 3 5 3 1 3 2
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
2 5 4 5 4 2 1 4 3 3
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
1 5 4 2 4 1 1 3 1 2
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
2 2 4 2 1 4 5 2 3 3
61 62 63 64 65
4 4 2 5 1

IDBI Bank Executive exam question papers pdf. IDBI Bank executive exam question papers with answers. IDBI Bank previous year question paper pdf. IDBI Bank Executive previous exam papers. IDBI Bank Executive previous year question papers. IDBI Bank exam syllabus. IDBI Bank exam sample papers pdf. IDBI executive previous year question paper pdf download. IDBI Bank executive previous year question paper pdf.

No comments: