# Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 – Set 31

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Direction (Q. 1–6):
Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below:

P, Q, R, S, T and V are six students each belonging to a different
necessarily in the same order. Each of them got selected in a different
colleges of Delhi University, viz, Hansraj, Ramjas, Venkateshwar, Hindu, Gargi
and St. Stephen, not necessarily in the same order. Q belongs to Faridabad but
did not select in either Gargi or Hansraj College. S does not belong either to
Delhi or to Jaipur, but got selected in Ramjas College. The one who got
selected in Gargi doesn’t belong to Faridabad. The one who got selected in St.
Stephens belongs to Jaipur V did not get selected in Gargi. Either R or V got selected
in Venkateshwar College but neither of them belongs to Gurgoan or Jaipur. P
belongs to Ghaziabad and he got selected either Hansraj college or Venkateshwar
college. V doesn’t belong to Delhi.
1. Who among the
following belongs to Gurgaon?
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) S
(e) Can’t be determined
2. Who among the
following got selected in Gargi college ?
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) S
(e) None of these
3. The one who got
selected in Hindu college belong to which of the following city ?
(a) Delhi
(b) Jaipur
(d) Gurgaon
(e) Agra
4. The one who
belongs to Agra got selected in which of the following college ?
(a) Hindu
(b) Gargi
(c) Ramjas
(d) Hansraj
(e) Venkateshwar
5. Who belongs to
Delhi ?
(a) R
(b) V
(c) S
(d) T
(e) Q
6. Which of the
following combinations of student – city – college is definitely true ?
(a) V – Ghaziabad – Hansraj
(b) R – Jaipur – St. Stephens
(c) R – Gurgaon – Ramjas
(d) S – Gurgaon – Ramjas
(e) None of these

Solutions –

 Student City College P Ghaziabad Hansraj Q Faridabad Hindu R Delhi Gargi S Gurgaon Ramjas T Jaipur St. Stephens V Agra Venkateshwar

Directions (Q. 7-11)
: Study the following information carefully and answer the given question.

In a certain code language ‘Nokia has windows software’ is written as
‘su la ni ro’, this software is very good’ is written as ‘ry mo su to ko’, ‘
windows is performing extremely well’ is written as ‘zo ry cu da ro’ and ‘Nokia
performing very beautifully’ is written as ‘la ko zo so’.
7. What is the code
for ‘beautifully’ ?
(a) la
(b) zo
(c) ko
(d) so
(e) None of these
8. What is the code
for ‘well’ ?
(a) ro
(b) zo
(c) cu
(d) da
(e) Can’t be determined
9. Which of the
following may be the code for ‘this windows has very good features’ ?
(a) chi to ni ry ko mo
(b) su, mo, ry, ka, to, chi
(c) to, ro, ni, ko, chi, mo
(d) ni , su, mo, chi, ko, to
(e) None of these
10. What does ‘ro’
stand for ?
(a) Nokia
(b) Windows
(c) Well
(d) Performing
(e) Has
11. Which of the
following is the code for ‘software has extremely well’ ?
(a) su, ro, da, zo
(b) cu, da, la, ni
(c) la, su, mo, zo
(d) cu, da, su, ni
(e) None of these

Solutions – Nokia has windows software – su la ni ro ———–(i)
This software is very good – ry mo su to ko ——-(ii)
Windows is performing extremely well – zo ry cu da ro – –
—–(iii)
Nokia performing very beautifully – la ko zo do —– (iv)
From (i) and (ii) – Software – su
From (i) and (iii) – Windows – ro
From (ii) and (iv) – Very – ko
From (iii) and (iv) – Performing – zo
From (i) and (iv) – Nokia – la
Now, From (iv) – Beautifully – so
From (i) – Has – ni
From (ii) and (iii) – Is – ry
So, From (iii) – extremely, Well – cu, da
From (ii) – This, good – to, mo

Regards

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