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IDBI Executive Exam 2018-sample test2

Directions (1-5): Study the information and answer the given questions: 

Eight employees A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H will have to take the leave in the months of January, March, July and November but not necessarily in the same order. In each month, they all will take a leave on either 8th or 19th of the given month. Not more than two employees will take a leave on the same month. Only one employee will take a leave on each day. 

Only one person will take a leave before the G. More than three persons will take a leave between G and A. Only one person will take a leave between A and H. Two persons will take a leave between H and B. Only one person will take a leave between B and F. Two persons will take a leave between F and C. D will take a leave one of the days after E. Neither D nor E will take a leave on 19th of the any of the given month. Q1. Who among the following will take a leave on 8th January?
 A
 C
 G
 F
 B
Solution:

Q2. Who among following will take a leave on 8th November?
 A
 C
 G
 D
 B
Solution:

Q3. H will take a leave on which date and month?
 8th March
 19th March
 8th July
 19th July
 None of these
Solution:

Q4. Who among following will take a leave on March month?
 A, C
 F, B
 G, H
 H, C
 B, C
Solution:

Q5. How many persons will take a leave between F and E?
 One
 No one
 Three
 Two
 Four
Solution:

Q6. The ratio of speeds of a motorboat to that of the current of water is 36 : 5. The motorboat goes along with the current in 5 hours 10 min. Find the time taken by motorboat to come back. 
 5 hours 50 min
 6 hours
 6 hours 50 min
 12 hours 10 min
 None of these
Solution:

Q7. Ishwar is rowing a boat. He takes half time in moving a certain distance downstream than upstream. What is the ratio of the rate of boat in still water to the rate of current? 
 2 : 1
 5 : 1
 7 : 1
 3 : 1
 1 : 3
Solution:

Q8. Kamal can row a certain distance downstream in 12 hours and can return the same distance in 18 hours. If the stream flows at the rate of 6 kmph, then find the speed of Kamal in still water. 
 30 kmph
 35 kmph
 28 kmph
 25 kmph
 22 kmph
Solution:

Q9. A boatman rows 1 km in 5 min along the stream and 6 km in 1 hours against the stream. The speed of the stream is:
 3 kmph
 6 kmph
 10 kmph
 12 kmph
 14 kmph
Solution:

Q10. Sameer can row a certain distance downstream in 24 hours and can come back covering the same distance in 36 hours. If the stream flows at the rate of 12 kmph, find the speed of Sameer in still water. 
 30 kmph
 15 kmph
 40 kmph
 60 kmph
 50 kmph
Solution:

Directions (11-15): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is divided into 5 parts. It is then followed by 5 options which gives the sequence of the correct parts. Choose the option which gives the correct sequence of the grammatically correct parts. If all the parts are grammatically correct or if the correct sequence is not given in the option choose option (e) as the correct choice. 

Q11. Time magazine dedicated(A)/ its person of the year(B)/ cover to women who broke the silence surrounding(C)/ the pervasiveness of sexually harassment and violence(D), especially in the workplace(E).
 ABCD
 ACDE
 CBDE
 ABCE
 None of these
Solution:
The error lies in the part (d) as the word 'sexual harassment' is the correct usage instead of 'sexually harassment'.

Q12. These experiences have(A)/ an insidious effect on women’s lives(B)/ and ability to participation(C)/ in educational, work and(D)/ social activities(E).
 ABDE
 ACDE
 ABDE
 BCDE
 None of these
Solution:
The correct usage is 'participate' instead of 'participation' as there should be use of Ist form of verb after 'to'.

Q13. What mattered to them was that(A)/ Lenin had inspired the(B)/ Communist Party of India(C)/ (Marxist)-led government in that northeastern State, which(D)/ have un-seated after an un-broken 25 years of ‘red rule’(E).
 ABCD
 BCDE
 ACDE
 ABDE
 None of these
Solution:
The error lies in the part (E) as 'have' should be replace with 'had been' because the sentence is in the past tense.

Q14. The new Chief Minister, too,(A)/ deserves appreciation for his expression of disapproval(B)./ Those who said things that seemed to explain(C)/ away the dhakka will be hopefully be sobered(D)/ by the Prime Minister’s admonition(E).
 ACDE
 BCDE
 ABCD
 ABDE
 None of these
Solution:
The given sentence is grammatically correct.

Q15. It says to Presidents and Governors(A)/ what they should or should not do(B)/, how they should and should not act(C)/ when scrutinized results to see(D)/ who should be called to form governments(E).
 ABDE
 ABCD
 ABCE
 ACDE
 None of these

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