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Question A B C D Answer

SECTION I - ANALYICAL TEST

Pointing towards a person a man said to a woman "His mother is the Daughter Sister Mother Wife C
only daughter of your father . How is the woman related to that
person?

If in a certain language, MADRAS is coded as NBESBT. Then how is CPNCBX CPNCBZ CPOCBZ CQOCBZ B
BOMBAY coded in that language?

In certain code, ‘123’ means ‘hot filtered coffee’, ‘356’ means ‘very hot 9 5 8 6 D
day’ and ‘589’ means ‘day and night’. Which digit in that code means
‘very’?
If SKY is called SEA, SEA is called WATER, WATER is called AIR, AIR is SKY AIR WATER SEA B
called CLOUD and CLOUD is called RIVER, then what do we drink
when thirsty?
A river flows West to East and on the way turns left and goes in a semi- North South East West C
circle round a hillock, and then turns left at right angles. In which
direction is the river finally flowing?
A man walks 5 km toward South and then turns to the right. After West South South-East South-West D
walking 3 km he turns to the left and walks 5 km. Now in which
direction is he from the starting place?
Two cars start from the opposite places of a main road, 150 km apart. 55 65 75 25 B
First car runs for 25 km and takes a right turn and then runs 15 km. It
then turns left and then runs for another 25 km and then takes the
direction back to reach the main road. In the mean time, due to a minor
break down the other car has run only 35 km along the main road.
What would be the distance between two cars at this point?
A watch which gains uniformly, is 5 minutes slow at 8 o’clock in the Monday Sunday Wednesday Tuesday C
morning on Sunday and it is 5 minutes 48 seconds fast at 8 p.m. on the
following Sunday. When was it correct?
Replace the question mark with a term from the options which follows 25 35 45 55 B
the same relationship as shown by the first two terms

30 : 221 :: 12 : ?

Section II - Logical Ability


From time to time, the managing director of a company appoints planning
committees, each consisting of exactly three members. The member eligible
for appointment are three executives from Finance - X, Y and Z - and three
executives from Operations - O, P and I. Any given committee is subject to
the following restrictions on appointments:

At least one member must be from Finance and at least one member must
be from Operations. If X is appointed, Y cannot be appointed. Neither Z nor
P can be appointed unless the other is appointed also. If O is appointed, I
must also be appointed.

Which of the following is an acceptable committee? X, Z, I Y, X, I Z, O, P Z, P, I D


From time to time, the managing director of a company appoints planning
committees, each consisting of exactly three members. The member eligible
for appointment are three executives from Finance - X, Y and Z - and three
executives from Operations - O, P and I. Any given committee is subject to
the following restrictions on appointments:

At least one member must be from Finance and at least one member must
be from Operations. If X is appointed, Y cannot be appointed. Neither Z nor
P can be appointed unless the other is appointed also. If O is appointed, I
must also be appointed.

If appointees from Finance are in majority on the committee, that committee


must include X Y O P D
From time to time, the managing director of a company appoints planning
committees, each consisting of exactly three members. The member eligible
for appointment are three executives from Finance - X, Y and Z - and three
executives from Operations - O, P and I. Any given committee is subject to
the following restrictions on appointments:

At least one member must be from Finance and at least one member must
be from Operations. If X is appointed, Y cannot be appointed. Neither Z nor
P can be appointed unless the other is appointed also. If O is appointed, I
must also be appointed.

If appointees from Operations are in majority on the committee, that


committee must include X Y O I D

Section III - Numerical Skills

NUMERICAL AND GRAPHICAL SKILLS Option A Option B Option C Option D Answer Topic
If the cost price of 20 articles is equal to the selling price of 16 articles, What is20%
the percentage
profit of profit 25%
or loss
loss
that the merchant 25%
makes?
profit 33.33% loss C Percentages
Two pipes of the Bangalore Municipal Corporation can fill a water tank in 20 and 24 minutes respectively
100 and a waste pipe can
110 empty 3 gallons per minute.
120 All the three pipes working
140 C together Time
can fill
andtheWork
tank in 15 minutes. T
A company has two electric generators. The time until failure for each generator follows an exponential
10 distribution with mean2010. The company will begin
100 using the second generator
200 Dimmediately
Probability
after the first one fails. What

SECTION IV - DECISION MAKING SKILLS

DECISION MAKING SKILL Option A Option B Option C Option D Answer


Mr John Doe, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tata Steel Ltd., had just been visited by several other directors of the company. The directors were upset with recent actions of the company president, Mr
Aman Mehta. They demanded that the board consider firing the president.
Mr Mehta, recently appointed as president, had undertaken to solve some of the management-employees problems by dealing directly with the individuals, as often as possible. The company did not have a
history of strikes or any other form of collective action and was considered to have good work culture. However, Mr Mehta felt that by dealing directly with individuals, he could portray the management’s
concern for the employees. An important initiative of Mr Mehta was to negotiate wages of the supervisors with each supervisor. In these negotiation meetings, he would not involve anyone else, including the
Personnel Department which reported to him, so as to take an unbiased decision. After negotiation, a wage contract would be drawn up for each supervisor. This, he felt, would recognize and reward the
better performers. Mr Mehta successfully implemented the process for most of the supervisors, except those working in night shift with that of supervisors of the day shift.
For several days Praveen Kumar, a night shift supervisor, had been trying to seek an appointment with Mr Mehta about his wages. He was disgruntled, not only over his failure to see the president but also
over the lack of discussions about his wage contract prior to its being affected. As a family man with six dependents, he felt his weekly wage should be higher than that granted to him.
Last Thursday afternoon Praveen Kumar stopped by the president’s office and tried to see him. Mr.Mehta’s secretary refused his request on the grounds that Mr Mehta was busy. Infuriated, Praveen Kumar
stormed into the president’s office and confronted the president. Startled, Mr Mehta stood up and told Praveen Kumar to get out of his office and express his grievance through an official channel. Praveen
Kumar took a swing at the president, who in turn punched Praveen Kumar on the jaw and knocked him unconscious.

The most important causal factor for this entire episode could be: Trying to follow a Inconsistent dealings of Paternalistic approach Inadequate standards for
divide-and-rule policy Mr. Mehta with towards mature measurement of
in his dealings with the supervisors. individuals in the supervisors’ on-job
supervisors. organisation. performance.
The situation with Mr.Lal could have been avoided if Mr. Mehta had Delegated the task of Created a process for Created an open door Postponed the decision
negotiation of wage supervisors working the policy that would have of wage revision for
contracts for night night shift so that they allowed employees to see supervisors in the night
shift employees to could have and him without any shift for two months,
Personnel department. opportunity to interact appointment. since supervisors were
with him. rotated on different
shifts after every two
months.
The most likely premise behind Mr. Mehta’s initiative regarding individualised Employee related Involvement of Individual agreements Management will be able
meetings with the supervisors seems to be policies should allow company’s president in with supervisors would to force supervisors to
scope for bargaining by wage problems of allow the management to accept lesser wages
employees. employees will lead to a prevent any possible individually in this way.
better goodwill towards collective action by the
the management among supervisors.
the workers.

SECTION V - EXCEL SKILLS

SECTION VI - DATA ANALYSIS SKILLS