# Test of the Day for IDBI Executive Exam 2018: 20th April 2018

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**IDBI Executive 2018.**From this, you can practice questions with the timer that will help you to improve speed.**IDBI Executive Exam 2018**is one of the biggest opportunity for you guys to grab on, set you own mark and proceed with full confidence. All the very best for your preparations and All the future exams.**Directions (1): In the question below are given three statements followed by two Conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the statements and then decide which of the given Conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.**

**Q1. Statements:**

No ant is insect

Some insect are monkey.

No monkey is grass hopper.

**Conclusions**:

I. Some grasshopper can be ant

II. All monkey are ant.

Only I follows

Only II follows

Either I or II follow

Neither I nor II follows

Both I and II follows

**Q2. In a certain code ANALOGY is written as BMCLZTQ. How is NUMBERS written in that code?**

NFPBTIJ

MMKFRCU

NFPBTIG

NFPCTIG

None of these

**Q3. How many letters will remain in the same position in the word ’DOCUMENTS’, when all the letters are arranged according to alphabetical order(from left to right)?**

None

One

Two

Three

More than three

**Q4. If P*Q means P is mother of Q, P@Q means P is brother of Q, P%Q means P is father of Q and P#Q means P is daughter of Q, then how is L related to K in the expression M*K#N@L@J ?**

aunt

mother

father

uncle

brother

**Q5. If point M is 4m north of L, which is 3 m west to N. If X lies on the mid point of MN. Then in which direction is point X from Point Q, which is 1 m south of L?**

Southwest

Northeast

East

West

Cannot be determined

**Q6. There are two taps to fill a tank and a third to empty it. When the third tap is closed, they can fill the tank in 10 min and 12 min, respectively. If all the three taps be opened, the tank is filled in 15 min. If the first two taps are closed, in approximately what time can the third tap empty the when it is full?**

8 min and 34 second

9 min and 32 second

7 min

6 min

12 min

**Directions (7-10): Read the following data and answer the questions that follow.**

**A set of 10 pipes (set X) can fill 70% of a tank in 7 minutes. Another set of 6 pipes (set Y) fills 3/8 of the tank in 3 minutes. A third set of 8 pipes (set Z) can empty 5/10 of the tank in 10 minutes.**

**Q7. How many minutes will it take to fill the tank if all the 24 pipes are opened at the same time?**

5 minutes

5 (5/7) minutes

6 minutes

6 (5/7) minutes

7 (7/5) minutes

**Q8. If only half the pipes of set X are opened and half the pipes of set Y are opened and all other pipes of set Z are opened, approximately how long will it take to fill 49% of the tank?**

16 minutes

13 minutes

8 minutes

10 minutes

12 minutes

**Q9. If 4 pipes are closed in set Z, and all other remain open, how long will it take to fill the tank?**

5 minutes

6 minutes

7 minutes

7.5 minutes

6.5 minutes

**Q10. If the tank is half filled and set X and Y are closed, how many minutes will it take for set Z to empty the tank.**

12 minutes

10 minutes

15 minutes

16 minutes

14 minutes

**Directions (11-15): In the passage given below there are blanks which are to be filled with the options given below. Find out the appropriate pair of words in each case which can most suitably complete the sentence without altering the meaning of the statement.**

The Centre cannot continue to (11)…….. its legal obligation to create a mechanism to implement the Supreme Court’s final (12)………. in the Cauvery dispute. This was the broad message conveyed by the court on Monday when it (13)………… the government for failing to frame a scheme within the six-week time limit given earlier. For the Centre, it was (14)……….. to be asked to demonstrate its bona fides by submitting a draft scheme for the court’s (15)……… by May 3.

**Q11.**

elope

evade

escape

run

avoid

Solution:

evade – to get away from by cunning; to avoid by dexterity

elope – to run away with intention to get married with someone else

elope – to run away with intention to get married with someone else

**Q12.**

idea

norm

suggestion

verdict

advice

Solution:

verdict – An opinion; judgment

norm- set of rules

norm- set of rules

**Q13.**

admonished

remiss

reprieved

scolded

rebuked

Solution:

admonished – to warn or notify of a fault

remiss – at fault

reprieved – cancelled or postponed

remiss – at fault

reprieved – cancelled or postponed

**Q14.**

embracing

honoring

embarrassing

shameless

reverent

Solution:

embarrassing – awkward; shameful

embracing – to hug

embracing – to hug

**Q15.**

implementation

consideration

verdict

judgment

suggestion

Solution:

consideration – the tendency to consider things

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