If someone wants to attend only two lectures out of Psychology, Research Methods and Computer Science but wants the two days to be successive(one after the other) then which lecture - combination may be selected?
Research Methods, Computer Science
Psychology, Computer Science
Psychology, Research Methods
Any two of the three is possible
With the condition of successive day it is not possible.
Meenakshi, the daughter of an ex-employee of ABC Medical college, was born on 23rd October, 1980. she has passed her B.Sc. with 58% marks. she can pay only ? 20,000 as deposit
as your answer if the candidate can be admitted.
as your answer if the candidate can be provisionally admitted.
as your answer if the candidate should be referred to he chairman.
as your answer if the candidate cannot be admitted.
if the data given are not sufficient to decide the course of action
A man is facing west. He runs45o in the clockwise direction and then another 180o in the same direction and then 270o in the anticlockwise direction. Which direction is he facing now?
None of these
Iquabal Kureshi, son of a local politician, has been born and brought up in a village till SSC. afterwards he studied in a big city and his MBBS with 69% of marks followed by MS with 57%marks.he is ready to execute a bond of service for 3 years only. he has very good knowledge of the local language. he has done 4 years practice in the urban areas. he plans to start a rural hospital after this experience.
refer to the secretary
to be selected
not to be selected
none of these
Which of the following is the correct position of B with respect to D?
Second to the right
Second to the left
Third to the right
Third to the left
Romila is born and brought up in a big urban city. her father is an industrialist. she has secured 87%, 56% and 48% at HSC, MBBS and MD respectively. she is willing to give bond of 3 years of service. she has worked for 5 years is rural hospital but can hardly speak the local language. however, she has working knowledge of Hindi. after the experience she plans to settle abroad.
refer to Assistant Secretary
refer to president
Chandrakant is a 30-year-old officer who has worked as sales representative for five years. He is a keen sportsman and actor and has won many prizes in college-university level events. He is ready to pay security deposit of ? 10,000 He has obtained 67%, 58% and 55% marks at B.Sc., WE and Diploma in Business. Management respectively
selected for interview
Not to be selected
Refer to the Chif Manager(CR)
Refer to the DGM(CR)
Which of the following is seventh to the nineteenth digit from the right and of the above arrangement ?
Statement: “Best way to solve this problem of workers dissatisfaction is to offer them cash rewards. If this type of incentive can solve the problem in CIDCO company then why not here.”-A personal Manager tells the chairman of a company.
Assumptions: I. The reason for workers dissatisfaction in both the companies was similar.
II. Monetary incentives have universal appeal.
if only assumption I is implicit;
if only assumption II is implicit;
if either I or II is implicit;
if neither I nor II is implicit and
if both I and II are implicit.
Vimal KAr has secured 95 per cent aggregate marks in XII Std. Exam in science stream. He can pay ? 16,000 at the time of admission. He was born on April 12, 1984. He has secured 92 per cent average marks in Physics, Vhemistry and Mathematics
if the student is to be admitted
if the student is not be admitted
if the case is to be referred to the Principal
if the case is to be referred to the Chairman, Admission
if the data are inadequate to take decision
Neha khoobchandani was born on 27th october1972. she has been working for the last seven years after her graduation in which she secured 65% marks. she has secured 45% and 55% marks in competitive written examination and interview respectively.
if the candidate is not to be recruited.
if the case is to be referred to the chairman.
if the candidate is to be referred to the managing director
if the candidate is to be recruited.
if the data provided is not adequate to take a decision
Karan Thapar was born on July 15, 1982. He can pay ?20,000 at the time of admission. He has secured 89 per cent average marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. He has secured 96 per cent aggregate marks in XII Std. Exam in Science stream.
Kalyani is an Engineer with 72% marks in Telecommunication. She has just completed 27 years of age. She has cleared the selection test with 59% marks. She is willing to sign the bond.
if the case is to be referred to VP.
if the case is to be referred to GM.
if the data provided is not sufficient to take a decision.
if the candidate is to be selected.
if the candidate is not to be selected.
If pass-code for the third batch is ‘night succeed day and hard work-to for’, what will be the pass-code for the sixth batch?
work hard to for succeed night and day
hard work for and succeed night to day
work hard for to succeed night and day
hard work for to succeed night and day
A and B start walking, from a point, in opposite directions A cover 3km and B covers 4km. Then A turns right and walks 4km while B turns left and walks 3km. How far is each from the starting point?
Anubha Goel was born on 3rd August 1977. she has secured 70% marks in graduation. she has been working for the last four years. she has secured 40% and 50% marks in the competitive written examination and interview respectively.
Among six people P, Q, R, S, T and V each lives on a different floor of a six storey building having six floors numbered one to six (the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it, number 2 and so on and the topmost floor is numbered 6). Who lives o the topmost floor?
(1) There is only one floor between the floors on which R and Q live. P lives on an even numbered floor.
(2) T does not live on an even numbered floor. Q lives on an even numbered floor. Q does not live on the topmost floor.
(3) S lives on an odd numbered floor. There are two floors between the floors on which S and P live. T lives on a floor immediately above R's floor.
if the data in Statement I and II are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement III are not required to answer the question
if the data in Statement I and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement III are not required to answer the question
if the data in Statement II and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement III are not required to answer the question
if the data in either Statement I alone or Statement II alone or Statement III alone are sufficient to answer the question.
if the data in all Statement I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.
Jayant Desai was 28 years old as on 1.7.2001. he has secured 45% and 60% in graduation respectively. he has been working for the last three years after his post-graduation. he has secured 60% marks in the interview
Which of the following is a correct statement ?
John worked half-day, last among them.
John worked half-day earlier than Jenny.
The holiday was on Saturday.
None of these.
If the code of sixth batch of the day is 'so when clean get lemon dust', which of the following batch codes would be the code for seventh batch?
get dust lemon when so clean
clean so when lemon dust get
when get dust so clean lemon
clean dust lemon when so get
Ravi is 7 ranks ahead of Sumit in aclass of 39. If Sumit's rank is seventeenth from the last, what is Ravi's rank from the start?
Which of the following is true regarding F ?
F sits second to right of C
F is not an immediate neighbour of A
F sits third to left of D
F sits at one of the extreme ends of the line
F faces V
Who is the tallest among six boys Priya, Subhi, Gyan, Deepa, Soni and Veer?
I. Soni is not taller than Subhi and Veer.
II. Veer is taller than Soni but not as tall as Subhi.
III. Priya is taller than Deepa and Gyan but not as tall as Subhi.
Only I and either II or III.
Only II and III
Only I and II.
How many dots are their on the dice face opposite the one with three dots?
If the third, the fifth, the seventh and the ninth elements in arrangement II are replaced by the respective elements in arrangement I, which element will be third to the left of sixth element from the right end in arrangement II ?
Jenifer did her MD after doing her MBBS. she is ready to execute 3 years bond of service. she has good command over local language as well as Hindi. she has practised for 5 years in a remote village out of her love for social service. she has obtained 77%,88%, 47% and 56% at SSC, HSC, MBBS, and MD respectively
refer to assistant secretary
Sujit, a 20-year-old boy, has passed his HSC examination securing 87% marks in aggregate and 88% marks in maths and science. He is willing to deposit Rs. 15,000 as lab security deposit and is found fit by the team of doctors conducting medical examination of the state.
The student is to be admitted
The student is to be referred to vice-president of the institute
The student is to be referred to the principal of college
The student is to be referred to the chairman of the admission committee
The student is not be admitted
What is the position of A with respect to his grandchild?
Fourth to the left
Shamika is a 23 years old Science graduate passed in August 2008 with 52%marks. She is willing to work anywhere in India. She has cleared the selection test with 66%marks and interview with56% marks.
if the case is to be referred to Executive Director.
if the case is to be referred to Vice President.
if the data in the statement is not adequate to take a decision.
if the candidate is to be selected.
if the candidate is not to be selected.
there has been substantial increase in the extent of trade all over the world during the last financial year.
If the inference is ‘definitely true’, i.e., it properly follows from the statements of facts given.
if the inference is ‘Probably true’ through not ‘definitely true’ in the light of the facts given
if the ‘data are inadequate’, i.e., rom the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false
if the inference is ’Probably false’, though not ‘definitely false’ in the light of the facts given; and
if the inference is ‘definitely false’, i.e., it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given for it contradicts the given facts