Apr 1, 2017

MP Rajya Sahakari Bank Maryadit Model Question Paper

MP Rajya Sahakari Bank Maryadit Model Question Paper

MP Rajya Sahakari Bank Maryadit Model Question Answer Papers

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1. Which of the following relates to FLOWER in the same way as RTERBN relates to SECTOR?
1) RWLGPF
2) EOFKUQ
3) EOFMXS
4) RWLEPD
5) RWLEND

2. Which pair of the letters in the word BEAUTIFUL has the same relationship between its letters with respect to their position in the English alphabet as the pair EA in that word has between its letters?
1) IB
2) LF
3) IE
4) FL
5) TL

3. Four of the following five have similar relationship and hence from a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
1) BROTHER : DORVEHT
2) ENGLISH : GGNNSII
3) ANOTHER : CONVEHT
4) BETWEEN : DTEZEEP
5) HUSBAND : JSUDNAF

4. How many pairs of letters are there in the word SPONTANEOUS which have number of letters between them in the word one less than the number of letters between them in English alphabet?
1) Five
2) One
3) Four
4) Two
5) Three

5. If each of the vowels i.e. A, E, I, O & U along with the 3rd letter to its right in the alphabet are taken out and arranged one after the other in the same order followed by the remaining letters of the alphabet, which of the following will be 5th to the left of the 19th letter from the left in the new arrangement?
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1) G
2) H
3) J
4) W
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-7): In a code language any letter which is immediately after or before a vowel in the English alphabet is substituted by that vowel and any vowel i.e. A, E, I, O and U is substituted by the letter immediately following that vowel in the English alphabet.
6. How can the word FEVERISH be written in that code language?
1) EDVDRJSI
2) EFUFRHSI
3) EFUFRJSI
4) EDUFRJSI
5) None of these

7. How can the word CONFEDERATION be written in that code language?
1) CPOGFEDRBUTPO
2) CPOEFEFRBUJPO
3) CNOEFEFRBUHNO
4) CONFFDERATION
5) None of these

8. Below are given six three-digit numbers. The digits comprise of numerics and letters. The letter indicates its serial order in the English alphabet. What will be the middle digit of the 4th number when the numbers are arranged in the descending order after interchanging numerics in each number without altering the place of letter in the number?
19F, 2H9, 98B, D76, 7A6, 61E
1) 8
2) 9
3) 6
4) 7
5) None of these

9. In the sequence given below the sum of the two digits which immediately precede the digit ‘4’ exceeds the sum of the two digits which immediately follow the digit 4 and sum of the two digits which immediately follow the digit 6 exceeds the sum of the two digits which immediately precede the digit 6. How many such 4’s and 6’s together are there?
5 4 4 6 2 4 6 3 5 6 4 2 8 4 3 7 6 6 4 8 3
1) 4
2) 6
3) 3
4) 5
5) None of these

10. Four of the following five groups of letters are alike in some way while one is different. Find out which one is different.
1) ISLOJ
2) LUOQM
3) AKDGB
4) FPLLG
5) NXQTO

Directions (Q. 11-15): Read the following information and answer the questions given below.
(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven members standing in a row (not necessarily in the same order) facing north.
(ii) C and B have as many members between them as G and C have between them.
(iii) D, who is 3rd from the extreme left, is 3rd to the left of E.
(iv) A and D are neighbours and F and C are neighbours.

11. Which of the following statements may be false?
1) A is 3rd to the left of F
2) D is 3rd to the left of E
3) F is 3rd to the right of A
4) B is 3rd to the left of C
5) None of these

12. Which of the following statements is true?
1) C and E are neighbors
2) E is to the immediate left of F
3) C is to the immediate left of D
4) A is to the immediate left of D
5) None of these

13. Who is at the extreme right?
1) Data inadequate
2) G
3) B
4) E
5) None of these

14. Which of the following gives two pairs of neighbours?
1) A, C and D, C
2) A, B and E, G
3) D, C and E, F
4) C, F and C, E
5) None of these

15. What is the position of F?
1) Immediate to the right of E
2) Third to the left of G
3) Immediate to the left of C
4) 5th to the right of B
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 16-20): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements marked 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.
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.
3) If the data either in statement I or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) If the data even in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5) If the data in both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question.

16. What does ‘Ne’ stands for in the code language?
I. ‘Na Ni Nok Ne’ means ‘I will tell you’ and ‘Ni Nok Ne Nam’ means ‘he will tell you’ in that code language.
II. ‘Ni Ne Mo Nam’ means ‘will he call you’ and ‘Ne Mok Sac Ni’ means ‘how will you go’ in that code language.

17. Who amongst P, Q, R, S, T and U is the tallest?
I. P is taller than R and T but not as tall as U, who is taller than Q and S.
II. R is the third in height in the ascending order and not as tall as U, P and Q, Q being taller than P but not the tallest.

18. Who among A, B, C, D, E & F read the book last?
I. F, who gave the book to B after reading, was third to read the same.
II. C, who read the book after A, was the third person to read the book before it reached E.

19. Who is paternal uncle of P?
I. P is brother of L, who is daughter of Q, who is sister of N, who is brother of S.
II. M is brother of K, who is husband of L, who is mother of G, who is sister of P.

20. What is Sudin’s rank in the class of 44 students?
I. Ramesh, whose rank is 17th in the class, is ahead of Shyam by 6 ranks, Shyam being 7 ranks ahead of Sudin.
II. Suketu is 26 ranks ahead of Sudin and Shyamala is 6 ranks behind Sudin while Savita stands exactly in the middle of Shyamala and Suketu in ranks, her rank being 17.

Directions (Q. 21-25): In each question below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III & 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.

21. Statements:
Some streets are roads.
Some roads are lanes.
Some lanes are highways.
Conclusions:
I. Some roads are not streets.
II. No highway is street.
III. Some streets are not roads.
IV. Some lanes are not roads.
1) Only III follows
2) Only IV and III follow
3) Either I or III follows
4) Both I and III follow
5) None of these

22. Statements:
Some pencils are pens.
All pens are erasers.
All staplers are erasers.
Conclusions:
I. Some pens are not pencils.
II. All erasers are pencils.
III. Some staplers are pens.
IV. Some staplers are pencils.
1) Only I follows
2) Only II follows
3) Only III follows
4) Only IV follows
5) None of these

23. Statements:
Some tables are chairs.
No cupboard is table.
Some chairs are cupboards.
Conclusions:
I. Some chairs are not tables.
II. All chairs are either tables or cupboards.
III. Some chairs are both tables and cupboards.
IV. All chairs are tables.
1) Only I and IV follow
2) Only either II or III follows
3) Only IV follows
4) Either II or III and I follow
5) None of these

24. Statements:
All birds are animals.
Some animals are humans.
All humans are mammals.
Conclusions:
I. Some humans are not birds.
II. Some birds are humans.
III. Some animals are not mammals.
IV. All animals are mammals.
1) Only I and II follow
2) Either III or IV follows
3) Either I or II follows
4) Either I or II and either III or IV follow
5) None of these

25. Statements:
Some leaves are fruits.
All branches are fruits.
Some roots are branches
Conclusions:
I. Some roots are fruits.
II. Some branches are leaves.
III. No leaf is branch.
IV. Some leaves are roots.
1) Either II or III and I follow
2) Only I follows
3) Only either II or III follows
4) Only I and III follow
5) None of these

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