IBPS Specialist officer Question Paper 2012

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IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER CWE MODEL QUESTION PAPER 2012

Reasoning:

Directions (1-5): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions/interfaces numbers I and II.An assumption is something supposed or taken forgranted and interference is something which can be directly inferred from the given facts. You have to consider a statement and the following assumptions/inferences and decide which of those is/are implicit in the statement.

Give answer (1) if only I is implicit.

Give answer (2) if only II is implicit

Give answer (3) if either I or II is implicit.

Give answer (4) if neither I nor II is implicit

Give answer (5) if both I and II are implicit

  1. Statement: ‘Do not enter – avoid the risk of getting infected with the ABC disease’ – written outside the quarantine ward no. 2 (meant only for ABC disease) of the hospital’
    1. Disease “ABC” is contagious.
    2. All the patients in the ward no. 2suffer from the disease ABC.
    3. Statement: In city Z, people prefer to buy a car X instead of car Y as car X has German technology which is very good advanced.
      1. Cars with German technology are perceived to be better than other cars in city Z.
      2. Had German technology been present in car Y also, it sales would have crossed car X’s sales.
      3. Statement: Railway does not provide concession to any one for travelling to certain holiday destinations.
        1. Railway services are available for travelling to these holiday destinations.
        2. Railway provides concession to certain persons for travelling to places other than these holiday destinations.
        3. Statement: “Travelers with a ticket for a second class if found travelling in the first class compartments would be penalized” – Notice in the compartments in the train.
          1. Travelers with a ticket for the first class are also not allowed to travel in the second class compartments.
          2. Inspections are carried out in the train to check the tickets.
          3. Statement: The prices of petrol and diesel have remained unchanged only in Nigeria since the past three years.
            1. Petrol and Diesel prices have changed elsewhere in the world during these three years.
            2. Before this three years period, petrol and diesel were available at a price different from the present rates.

Direction (6-9): In each question below a statement is given followed by two courses of action numbered I and II. A course of action is practicable and feasible step or administrative decision to be taken or follow up, improvement, on further action is regard to the problem, policy, etc. on the basis of information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, and design which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s) for perusing.

Give answer (1) if only I follow.

Give answer (2) if only II follows.

Give answer (3) if either I or II follows.

Give answer (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Give answer (5) if both I and II follow.

  1. Statement: people see tax as a burden and thus devise ways to underpay or avoid it altogether.

Courses of Action:

  1. Government should Educate and inform citizen about the ways in each taxes help in development of nation.
  2. Tax rate should be increased so that under recovery in collection is compensated
  3. Statement: There is no motivation among today’s generation to join the armed forces owing to frequent transfers to risky areas. Perhaps they are not aware of the good side of it.

Courses of action:

  1. Short term internship should be introduced at high school level to give students a peek in to adventurous life of the forces and provide a more realistic job purview.
  2. The salary levels of the defense forces should be increased with immediate effect.
  3. Statement: A plethora of bodies with no single one which can be held accountable for city’s development is the key reason behind its rather stagnant state.

Courses of action:

  1. Each body should be given a set of duties and there should be no duplication in such allocation.
  2. An umbrella committee should be appointed with powers to regulate actions of all other bodies.
  3. Statement: Number of hospital beds per 10000 people in India, which is a key indicator of healthcare infrastructure, is much lower than many other nations which are thought to be poorer than India.

Courses of Action:

  1. The expenditure of importing costly medicines should be borne by the state
  2. Incentives should be given to encourage entry of private players into building of healthcare infrastructure.

Directions (10-15): study the following information to answer the given questions:

Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row – 1 A, B, C, D, E and F are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2 P, Q, R, S, T and V are seated and all of them are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each number seated in the row faces another member of the other row.

V sits third to right of S. S faces F and F does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. D sits third to right of C. R faces C. the one facing E sits third to right of P. B and P do not site at the extreme ends of the line. T is not an immediate neighbor of V and A is not an immediate neighbor of C.

  1. Who amongst faces D?

a)    T

b)    P

c)     Q

d)    R

e)    None of these

  1. Who amongst the following represent the people sitting at extreme ends of the rows?

a)    R, F

b)    T, A

c)     D, R

d)    C, Q

e)    S, A

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way thus forms a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

a)    B – T

b)    A – Q

c)     C – S

d)    F – P

e)    D – R

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and thus form a group. Which is the one does not belong to that group?

a)    D

b)    S

c)     V

d)    T

e)    A

  1. How many persons are seated between R and T?

a)    One

b)    Two

c)     Three

d)    Four

e)    None of these

  1. Who amongst the following faces Q?

a)    D

b)    B

c)     E

d)    A

e)    None of these

Directions (16-19): In which questions below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known fact s and they decides which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Give answer (1) if only I follow.

Give answer (2) if only II follows.

Give answer (3) if either I or II follows.

Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

Give answer (5) if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

(16-17): statements:

Some stars are moons.

All moons are planets.

No planet is universe.

  1. Conclusions:
    1. All moons being stars is a possibility.
    2. No universe is a star.
    3. Conclusions:
      1. At least some planets are stars
      2. No moon is universe.

(18-19) Statements:

All sticks are plants

All plants are insects

All plants are Ambitions.

  1. Conclusions:
    1. At least some amphibians are plants.
    2. All sticks are insects.
    3. Conclusions:
      1. All amphibians are sticks.
      2. All plants are Amphibians.

Directions (20-23): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H study in different standards viz. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. All of them are seated around a circular table facing the center.

C sits third to right of H. H studies in Std. 8. F sits seconds to the left of E. E is not an immediate neighbor of C or H. the one who studies in Std. 1 is an immediate neighbor of E. Three people sit between H and The student if Std. 7.

H, C and also their immediate neighbors do not study in neighbors Std. 2. Only one person sits between the students if Std. 2. And G. students of Std. 3 and $ are immediate neighbors of each other. C is neither in Std. 4 nor in Std. 3. Only one person sits between A and the student of Std. 5. A does not study in Std. 2 or 3. B does not study in Std.2

  1. Which of the following is true regarding F?

a)    F studies in Std. 5

b)    D and G are immediate neighbors of F

c)     One person site between F and the student of Std. 4

d)    F sits second to right of A

e)    None is true

  1. Who amongst the following studies in Std. 3?

a)    C

b)    F

c)     G

d)    B

e)    Cannot be determined

  1. How many persons sit between D and the student of Std. 4, when counted from the left hand side of student of Std. 4?

a)    None

b)    One

c)     Two

d)    Three

e)    Four

  1. Which of the following is true?

a)    Only one person is sitting in between student of the Std. 4 and Std. 6

b)    D studies in Std.2

c)     The one studying in Std. 3 is an immediate neighbor of H.

d)    One  person sits between H and the student of Std. 2

e)    None of these

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

a)    BAH

b)    EDG

c)     CBF

d)    HGA

e)    DFE

  1. What will come in the place of Question mark?

G D B A ?

a)    E

b)    F

c)     C

d)    H

e)    A

Directions (26-27): Four of the following are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

a)    Trophy

b)    Medal

c)     Certificate

d)    Gift

e)    Prize

a)    MPQO

b)    DGHF

c)     RUTV

d)    VYZX

e)    JMNL

  1. Read the following information carefully and answer the question which follows.

One of the main reasons behind the lack of applicants for teachers’ training /degrees programs is that teachers have not experienced any improvement in working conditions and their salaries have not kept pace with salaries in other professions. Which of the following can be inferred from the given paragraph?

a)    Very tough entrance exam is also one of the tile reasons behind plunging number of applicants for teachers training programs.

b)    In the years to come, the schools would face a  crunch in terms of availability of qualified teachers

c)     Training programs for other professions also as good as teachers training programs.

d)    Numbers of applicants for teacher training programs will improve if salaries in other professions are reduced.

e)    No direct relationship can be established between the work conditions of a particular profession and preference for it amongst the qualified candidates

  1. Read the following  information carefully and answer the question which follows:

Get more involved in the real world. Final inflation is a fantastic way to teach our children mathematics. Try having a child plot a graph of how incomes have grown in India for different jobs between, say, 1950 and today (engineer, doctor, maid, driver). Have them plot how costs have grown in the same period; it will be a fun exercise.

By the time they finish true exercise, not only will your children learn a lot, but likely you will realize too that while our incomes have zoomed 300 times in this period, salaries of maid have probably gone up only 50 times, and costs have gone up to 100 times. Your maid still has a seven-day week, with no paid vacation or casual leaves. And realizing just how lucky we are is often the step towards serious philanthropy.

All the following can be inferred from the above except for one:

a)    Real world problems are good way to understand to other subjects as well as have appreciation for the real world problem

b)    Food inflation has affected very differently  different professional over the years

c)     Through there are huge salary differences, for all the jobs/professions the increase has at least not been less than the rate of inflation over a longer period of time

d)    When we realize that we have been lucky, we tend to think about philanthropy and helping those who have not been so lucky.

e)    Not only children, even the parents and other adults needs to understand and sensitize themselves about the inequality.

Directions (30-31): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:

If ‘A x B’ means ‘A is the father of B’.

If ‘A + B’ means ‘A is the wife of B’.

If ‘A ÷ B’ means ‘A is the daughter of B’.

If ‘A – B’ means ‘A is the son of B’.

  1. How is L related to Qin the expression ‘L ÷ M x Q – P ÷ Q?

a)    Granddaughter

b)    Niece

c)     Daughter-in-law

d)    Daughter

e)    Cannot be determined

  1. What will come in the place of question mark, to establish that Q is the nephew of T in the expression: ‘Q ? R ÷ S x T?

a)    +

b)    ×

c)    

d)    ÷

e)    Either – or ÷

  1. Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that ‘S>P’ definitely holds true but ‘S = P’ does not hold true?

P _____ Q _____ R _____ S

a)    ≥, >, ≥

b)    ≤, =, ≤

c)     >, <, <

d)    <, ,

e)    None of these

Directions (33-37):  Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Seven lectures are scheduled to be held in a week. There is only one lecture on each of the seven days of the week, starting from Monday and ending on Sunday.

Chemistry is taught either on Wednesday or on Saturday. Three lectures are scheduled to be held between Chemistry and English. Two lectures are scheduled to be held between English and Computers. Lecture on physics is scheduled on the day which is immediately next to the day when lecture on Biology is scheduled. Lecture on psychology is scheduled to be held after Mathematics (not necessarily   immediately after Mathematics). Lecture on psychology is not scheduled for Saturday or Sunday.

  1. Which of the following lectures is scheduled for Thursday?

a)    Mathematics

b)    English

c)     Physics

d)    Biology

e)    Computers

  1. Which of the following combinations of day – day lecture is correct?

a)    Saturday – Physics

b)    Monday – biology

c)     Tuesday – English

d)    Thursday – English

e)    Sunday – Computers

  1. How many lectures are scheduled between Chemistry and Physics?

a)    None

b)    One

c)     Two

d)    Thee

e)    Five

  1. If chemistry is related to biology and psychology is related to computers in a certain way based upon the given lecture schedule, then Biology will be related to which of the following based up on the same relationship?

a)    English

b)    Mathematics

c)     Physics

d)    Chemistry

e)    None of these

  1. On which if the following days is the lecture on psychology scheduled?

a)    Friday

b)    Monday

c)     Tuesday

d)    Thursday

e)    None of these

Directions (38-40): Study the following information to answer the given questions:

In a certain code,

‘more money in market’ is written as ‘zo li laa to’;

‘share in market profit’ is written as ‘vo to je li’;

‘making more profit now’ is written as ‘su je zo ka’;

‘now the market gains’ is written as ‘do li yo su’.

  1. Which of the following does ‘vo’ stand for?

a)    Profit

b)    In

c)     Share

d)    Market

e)    In or profit

  1. What is the code for ‘making’?

a)    Ka

b)    Su

c)     Je

d)    Zo

e)    Cannot be determined

  1. Which of the following is the code for ‘gains’ ?

a)    Su

b)    Li

c)     Yo

d)    Do

e)    Yo or do

 

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