NIACL AO Mains Exam Reasoning Quiz: 19th February 2019

Dear Aspirants,


Reasoning Questions for NIACL AO PHASE II Exam 2019:

Reasoning Ability is an onerous section. With the increasing complexity of questions, it becomes hard for one to give it the cold shoulder. The only way to make the grade in this particular section in the forthcoming banking exams like NIACL AO PHASE II is to practice continuously with all your heart and soul. And, to let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Adda247 Reasoning Quiz based on the exact same pattern of questions that are being asked in the exams.



Directions (1-2): Study the information given below carefully and answer the questions that follow: 

Dinesh who is facing South walked 50 m before turning to his left to walk 30 m. From this point, he turned towards North and walked for 30 m before reaching his friend’s house. To return to his house he turned left and walked straight 30 m.

Q1. How far is Dinesh’s house from his starting point?

20 m
10 m
15 m
25 m
18 m
Solution:


Q2. In which direction is his friend’s house from Dinesh’s house?
East
West
South
North
None of these
Solution:


Q3. Abhijit’s house is to the right of Baljit’s house at a distance of 20 m in the row facing North. Sanjay’s house is in the North-East direction from Baljit’s house at a distance of 25 m. Abhijit’s house is in which direction with respect to Sanjay’s house?
North
East
West
South-West
Data inadequate

Directions (4-5): Study the following information and answer the questions given: 

Ravi walked 5m towards north from point A and reached point B. He took a right turn from point B and walked 7m and reached point C. He took another right turn from point C and walked 6m to reach point D. Ravi took a right turn from point D and walked 3m to reach point E. From point E, Ravi took another right turn and walk 6m and reached point F

Q4. Point F is in which direction with respect to point A?

North
South
South-east
South-west
North-east
Solution:

Q5. Point E is in which direction with respect to point C?
North
South
South-east
South-west
None of these
Solution:


Directions (6-10): Study the following information to answer the given questions: 

Eight friends are sitting in a row and some of them are facing north and some are facing south. A faces north and sits fourth to the right of the one who sits at one of the extreme end. B sits at one of the extreme end and faces north. Three persons sit between E and F and both faces south direction and doesn’t sit at any extreme end. Two persons sit between C and D and none of them sit at extreme end. H sits 2nd to the left of F. G is one of the neighbor of C and faces south. Both D and H face same direction. Not more than two person sitting together faces same direction.

Q6. Who among the following sits at an extreme end?


A
B
C
D
None of these
Solution:


Q7. Who sits second to the left of D?
A
B
C
E
None of these
Solution:

Q8. How many persons sit between G and D?
1
2
3
more than 3
None
Solution:

Q9. Who sits third to the left of F?
A
B
C
No one
None of these
Solution:

Q10. Four of the following belong to a group find the one that doesn’t belong to that group?
A
B
H
D
E
Solution:

Directions (11-13) : Each of the following questions consists of a statement followed by two arguments I and II. Give answer 

Q11. Statement : Should officers accepting bribe be punished?

Arguments :
I. No. Certain circumstances may have compelled them to take bribe.
II. Yes. They should do the job they are entrusted with, honestly.
if only argument I is strong
if only argument II is strong
if either I or II is strong
if neither I nor II is strong
if both I and II are strong.
Solution:
Clearly, officers are paid duly for the jobs they do. So, they must do it honestly. Thus, argument II alone holds.

Q12. Statement : Should India become a permanent member of UN’s Security Council?
Arguments :
I. Yes. India has emerged as a country which loves peace and amity.
II. No. Let us first solve problems of our own people like poverty, malnutrition.
if only argument I is strong
if only argument II is strong
if either I or II is strong
if neither I nor II is strong
if both I and II are strong.
Solution:
A peace – loving nation like India can well join an international forum which seeks to bring different nations on friendly terms with each other. So, argument I holds strong. Argument II highlights a different aspect. The internal problems of a nation should not debar it from strengthening international ties. So, argument II is vague.

Q13. Statement : Should the persons below the age of 18 years be allowed to join armed forces?
Arguments :
I. No. Persons below the age of 18 do not attain both physical and mental maturity to shoulder such burden.
II. Yes, this can makes our army more powerful.
if only argument I is strong
if only argument II is strong
if either I or II is strong
if neither I nor II is strong
if both I and II are strong.
Solution:
The armed forces must consist of physically strong and mentally mature individuals to take care of defence properly. So, argument I holds strong. Clearly, argument II holds no relevance.

Directions (14 - 15): Study the following instructions carefully and then answer the questions that follow. 

Q14. Statement: Many people living in the slums of western part of the town are diagnosed to be suffering from malaria.

Courses of Action: 
I. The municipal corporation should immediately provide compensation of 10000 rs. to every patient suffering from malaria. .
II. The municipal authority should immediately make necessary arrangements to provide quick medical help to the affected people.
III. The municipal authority should take steps to shift all the people staying in the slums of western part of town to other areas.
Only I follows
Only II follows.
Only I and III follow.
Only I, II and III follow.
None of these
Solution:

Q15. Statement: Many teachers of the local school have rendered their resignation to the principal to protest the management’s decision for not implementing revised pay scales.
Courses of Action: 
I. The school management should accept the resignations and appoint new teachers.
II. The school management should persuade the teachers to continue with an assurance of considering the pay hike issue.
III. The school management should approach the govt. for guidelines.
None follows
Only either I or II follows.
Only III follows.
Only I follows.
Only II follows.
Solution:

               







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