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REASONING 100 PUZZLES


Practice book for High Level Puzzles
Munipalli Sai Ram
4/2/2017
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PUZZLES
Set – 1:
Gaurav, Optimus, Dixit, Fighter, Abhinav and Nirmal were born in different months-March, April, May, June, and July and August, not necessarily in the
same order. All of them have different years of birth-1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1995, though not respectively.
(A)Fighter was born neither in the month of July nor in April but was born in the year 1992.
(B)A person who is born in 1995, is born either in June or in March. Optimus is born neither in 1994 nor 1993 but was born in the month of august.
(C)Gaurav who was born in the month of June, has his year of birth either 1994 or 1993. A person who has year of birth as 1990 is born neither in the
month of march nor in April.
(D)1991 is the birth year of either Dixit or Nirmal. Abhinav was not born in March.
Set – 2:
There are 10 people – A, B, C, D, E, M, N, O, P and Q who stay on 4 floors (numbered 1 to 4) of a building. There are three flats on each of the four
floors out of which two flats are vacant.
The flats are numbered 1, 2 and 3 on each of the floors and are left to right on the floor respectively. Flat no. 1 of floor no. 2 is exactly above the flat
no. 1 of floor no. 1 and so on.
M stays on flat no. 1 of the floor just below the floor on which B stays. The flat no 2 of floor no 2 is empty. B stays on flat no. 2 on one of the floors. D
stays on flat no. 2. C stays on flat no. 3 of same floor on which M stays. Flat to the right of B is empty. Flat on which A stays is below the flat of B such
that no one lives between them. Flat no 3 of floor no 4 is empty. Q stays on flat to the right of D. O and E stays on the same floor. C and O do not share
same flat no. P does not stay on top floor.
Set – 3:
Seven friends- Swati, Sekhar, Sonu, Sandeep, Sarman, Shenaz, Shiny go to a computer training class. They have different sun signs- Pisces, Virgo, Aries,
Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Gemini. Each one of them carries a different brand laptop. The brands are Lenovo, Samsung, Hp, Dell, Sony , apple, iball. Three of
them are Hindus and four are Muslim . None of the Hindus has sunsign cancer or Taurus. Swati is a Virgo and has and owns a Lenovo laptop. Sekhar
owns a Samsung laptop. Shiny is not a Leo. Sonu has sunsign Aries and he owns HP laptop. Sandeep is a Taurean and does not own Apple laptop.
Sarman is a Cancerean and owns Sony laptop. The Leo owns an I ball laptop whereas the Piscean owns Samsung laptop. The one with sun sign Gemini
has an apple laptop. None of the Hindus have a Samsung laptop.
Set – 4:
There are 8 friends – P, Q, R, S, L, M, N and O who have their birthdays in four months – March, June, September and October on either 13th or 22nd
of the month.
M has his birthday on 13th of a month having 30 days. P and S have their birthday in same month with P having birthday before. There are two people
ho ha e i thda s et ee P a d Q. R s i thda is i Ju e. O has his i thda o 22nd of a month. L does not have his birthday on 13th. N does not
have his birthday in March.
Set – 5:
Si pe so s ith diffe e t su sig of A ies, Ca e , Leo, Vi go, Li a, Tau us ha e a daughte ea h. E e o e s daughte has a favourite flower and
reads in different classes of a same school from class I-VI. The favorite flowers are rose, daisy, tulip, orchid, jasmine, marigold not necessarily in the
same order. The daughter of the person with sunsign Leo has is not studying in class IV or V and has favourite flower tulip. The girl studying in Class IV
does not like rose. The daughter of the person with sunsign Aries studies in Class II. The daughter of cancer sunsign loves daisy and does not study in
Class IV. The one who likes marigold studies in class VI. Tau us daughte likes o hid a d studies i Class I. The daughte of Li a does stud i Class VI.
Set – 6:
There are 8 people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are made to sit in a row having 10 seats numbered left to right. All are facing North and are not
necessarily sitting in the same order. They belong to different states – Bihar, Punjab, J&K, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Haryana
but not necessarily sitting in the same order. Six people out of 8 are Engineers and remaining two are Doctors.
If two people are sitting on consecutive seats, then only they will be considered neighbors.
Six of these 8 people have only one neighbor. One doctor has 2 neighbors and the other has only one neighbor. No one is sitting between the ones
from Punjab and Haryana. A is sitting equidistant from both the ones from Bihar and Haryana. Similarly G is sitting equidistant from both the one from
J&K and F. H is sitting to the immediate left of E.
A is sitting to the immediate left of the one from Punjab. C is from West Bengal and is a doctor having only one neighbor. F belongs to Odisha. E, who is
an Engineer, is from Tamil Nadu. D is not from Punjab and A is not from Rajasthan. The sum of seat numbers on which the ones from Haryana and
Punjab are sitting is 12.
Set – 7:
Nine musicians arrived to attend a live concert in Sydney in different cars. They all were expertise in different genres of music- blue, jazz, opera,
country, pop, punk, rock, metal, techno and stay in 5 star hotel in different floors from floor number 1 to 9 but not necessarily in the same order. Only
one person stays on one floor. All of them own one car each, and each car is of a different brand i.e. Acura, Audi, BMW, Bugatti, Buick, Bentley,
Mazela, Pagani and Jaguar but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, and so on, and the
topmost floor is numbered 9. The opera artist owns a Pagani car and stays on an even numbered floor. The artist with expertise in blues stays on any
even-numbered floor below the floor on which the opera artist stays. The one who owns Buick stays on the fourth floor. The Punk artist stays on the
second floor and owns a Bentley. The one who owns a Jaguar stays on the third floor. The artist of blues does not own an Audi. There are two floors
between the floors on which the people owning the Mazela and the Pagani cars stay. The popstar owns a Bugatti. There are three floors between the
floors on which Popstar and Techno artist stay. The rock star stays on a floo i ediatel a o e Jazz sta s floo . The e is o e floo et ee the floo s
on which Metal artist and Techno artist stay. Metal artist does not own the Jaguar. The one who owns the BMW stays on the topmost floor. The metal
artist does not stay on the ground floor.
Set – 8:

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8 people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H, are sitting around a circular table, facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them is
from a different state, viz Delhi, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, Kanpur, Karnal, Varanasi, and Patna.
F sits second to the right of the one from Gurgaon. The one from Varanasi is an immediate neighbor of the one from Gurgaon. Two persons sit
between the one from Varanasi and B. C and E are immediate neighbors. Neither C nor E is an immediate neighbor of either B or the one from
Gurgaon. The one from Noida sits second to the right of D. D is the one from neither Gurgaon nor Varanasi. G and the one from Delhi are immediate
neighbors. B is not the one from Delhi. Only person sits between C and one from Jaipur.
H sits third to the left of the one from Patna. The one from Karnal sits second to the left of the one from Kanpur.
Set – 9:
Eight persons-P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W like different subjects-English, Hindi, Maths, Science, Social science, Fishery science, Literature, History and
Psychology but not necessarily in the same order. They like different colors among-red, white, grey, black and green. They also like different cars-
Austin, Bentley, Porsche, Jaguar and Bugatti. Each car is liked by atleast one person but not more than two persons like the same car. Also each color is
liked by atleast one person but not more than two persons like the same color. S and V are the only ones who like same car and same color. The one
who likes Psychology does not like Jaguar or Bugatti. T likes science and likes a color which is not liked by another other person and that color is not
black. V does not like Fishery sciences. One of the persons who like red likes Jaguar. Also Q does not like red as well as Jaguar. The one who likes
literature likes the car liked by no one else. The one who likes history likes white which is not liked by anyone other than him. Porsche is only liked by
the person liking English and is not Q. R likes Austin but does not like red. W does not like Jaguar. People who like grey like Bentley and Porsche. P and
W like the sa e olo . The pe so s liki g Austi do t like la k a d o e of the pe so s liki g Austi likes Maths.
Set – 10:
Six people named Gaurav, Anish, Kartik, Mohit, Mayank and Manav are married to six women named Charu, Kriti, Sugandh, Priya, Neha and Deepa,
but not necessarily in the same order. They have different professions, viz. Doctor, Accountant, CA, Engineer, Businessman and Architect, but not
necessarily in the same order. They like to play different sports, viz. Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Badminton and Tennis but not necessarily in
the same order.
Kartik is CA but he was not married to Charu or Deepa. Gaurav is a Doctor and Mayank is an Engineer. However neither of them was married to Kriti or
P i a. The o a hose hus a d is a A hite t likes to pla C i ket. Suga dh s hus a d likes to pla Foot all, ut he is ot a Doctor. Charu and
Neha s hus a ds like to pla C i ket a d Bad i to a d a e CA a d Architect but not necessarily following the above mentioned order. Mohit is not
an Accountant or an Architect and likes to play Tennis. Manav is married to Kriti and he likes to play Basketball.
Set – 11:
Eight persons-A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a straight line, not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing south and some north. B
stands fourth to the left of H. H faces north. Neither B nor H stands at any of the extreme ends of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of B face
north. D is one of the immediate neighbours of H. G stands third to the right of D. Both the immediate neighbours of E face south. E does not stand at
any of the extreme ends of the line. E is not an immediate neighbour of G. A stands second to the left of C. G and C face opposite directions.
Set – 12:
A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are eight family members sitting around a circular table, facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each member
likes a different color viz. Red, Maroon, White, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, and Black, but not necessarily in the same order.
A is the head of the family and sits third to the left of his wife B. G has two sisters and sits second to the right of his grandfather, who likes Red color. D
sits on the immediate left of her brother, who sits in front of his father. F sits between the person who like Maroon color and the person who like
G ee olo . He fa o ite olo is Blue. B has t o so s a d o e of the so s like G ee olo . H sits i f o t of he othe -in-law who likes Black color.
E s so likes O a ge olo . C a d his siste -in-law like Green and White colors respectively.
Set – 13:
P, Q, R, S, T and U are six representatives of six countries viz. Iran, India, China, Iraq, Brazil, Japan but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting
around a circular table facing towards the centre for raising discussions on six different topics viz Terrorism, Healthcare, Education, Recycling,
Environment and Global warming. But not necessarily in the same order. Only one person raises discussion on one topic only.
a Glo al a i g, Edu atio a d Re li g dis ussi g pe so s a e eithe f o I a o fo Ia .
Rep ese tati es f o I dia a d Chi a a e eithe is dis ussi g Glo al a i g o Edu atio .
U is eithe f o I a o o the i ediate left of the pe so ho has poi ted E i o e t .
d The o l Rep ese tati e ho is et ee T a d R is dis ussi g Health a e .
e P has his dis ussio a out Te o is a d he is f o I dia . He is fa i g the pe so ho has his ie s o Health a e .
f The o e ho is deli e i g a out Glo al a i g is seated opposite to the pe so ho is f o Japa , hile I dia s Rep esentative is on the left of
the person, who is discussing Recycling.
(g O e ho dis ussed a out Te o is is o the i ediate ight of Japa s Rep ese tati e ut o the i ediate left of the person who has briefed
a out e li g .
h S is ot dis ussi g Edu atio hile R has o poi ts fo Glo al a i g . R has discussion about environment and immediate left of the person
who discusses education.
Set – 14:
Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, Mayank, Mahi, Sahil, Chirag and Priya are sitting and all of them are
facing south. In row 2, Jaya, Poonam, Reena, Gaurav and Anish are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each
member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them have different cars— Nissan, BMW, I20, Santro, Wagon-R,
Chevrolet, Ford, Audi, Bentley and Alto but not necessarily in the same order.
There are only two persons sitting between the person who has Nissan, who sits at an extreme end, and Priya. Jaya, who sits in the middle of the row,
is not an immediate neighbour of Poonam, who does not have Alto. Anish is sitting at an extreme end. Priya, who has Wagon-R, sits on the immediate
right of the person who has BMW and faces the immediate neighhour of Poonam. Mahi is not sitting at the extreme left end. Jaya does not have
Bentley. There is only one person between Sahil and Chirag, who has Nissan. Gaurav, who has Chevrolet, is an immediate neighbour of the person who
has Alto and does not face the person who has I20. Reena, who has Santro, is an immediate neighbour of the person who has Bentley, who in turn

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faces the immediate neighbour of the person who has Wagon-R. There are two persons between the person who has Ford and the person who has
I20. Anish does not have Audi.
Set – 15:
Nine people, Piyush, Qasim, Ruchi, Sonali, Moba, Tabu, Nidhi, Okram and Justin stay in a building, but not necessarily in the same order. The building
has nine floors and only one person stays on one floor. All of them own one Audi each, and each Audi is of a different color, i.e. blue, grey, white,
black, yellow, green, red, orange and pink, but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered1, the floor above it is numbered 2 and
so on.
Okram owns a black colored Audi and stays on an even numbered floor. Piyush stays on an even numbered floor below the floor on which Okram
stays. The one who owns an orange colored Audi stays on the Fourth floor. Tabu stays on the second floor and owns a white-colored Audi. The one
who owns a pink-colored Audi stays on the third floor. Piyush does not own a green colored Audi. There are two floors between the floor on which the
people owning the red and black Audi stay. Ruchi owns a grey colored Audi. There are three floors between the floor on which Ruchi and Nidhi stay.
So ali sta s o a floo i ediatel a o e Justi s floo . The e is o e floo et ee the floo o hi h Mo a a d Nidhi sta . Moba does not own a pink
colored Audi. The one who owns a blue colored Audi stays on the topmost floor. Moba does not stay on the ground floor.
Set – 16:
Eight people—A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H stay in a building having three floors (numbered 1 to 3). They are either Accountant or Businessman or
Manager. In each floor there are at least two and at most three flats. And at least two peoples are in each profession but not more than three.
B and C stay on different floors but not in floor numbered 2, and both are in same profession. H and G stay on same floor and are in same profession,
but not Manager. D and E stay on different floors but not on floor numbered 1 and are in different professions but not Manager. A stays on floor
numbered 2 and D does not on same floor as A. Both people staying on floor numbered 2 are Accountants. F is Manager but does not stay on floor
numbered 1. From three Managers two stay on floor numbered 3. F and C stay on same floor, and there are three businessman.
Set – 17:
Anil, Ana, Ami, Amar, Anita, Anshi, Amu and Amaya are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. The
husband of Amu is second to the right of Ana, who sits between two males. Anita sits second to the left of the daughter of Amar. Anita is sister of
A shi ut is ot i ediate eigh o of A u s hus a d. O l o e pe so sits et ee A il a d A ita. Anil is father of Anshi. Amar, who is brother of
A u sits o the i ediate left of his othe . O l o e pe so sits et ee A u s othe a d A a a. O l o e pe so sits et een Amu and Anshi.
Anshi is mother of Ami and is not an immediate neighbor of Amaya.
Set – 18
There are eight friends – Ritika, Sohail, Karan, Saurabh, Neha, Shivam, Riya and Shreya. They have different cars – Wagon-R, I20, Ertiga, Nissan, Alto,
Santro, Audi and Suzuki, but not necessarily in the same order. They like different fruits – apple, strawberry, banana, melon, papaya, mango, orange
and grapes but not necessarily in the same order.
They all are sitting around a circular table with equal people facing inside and outside.
The one having Nissan is sitting third to left of one having Wagon-R whose name is not Neha and does not like banana. The one having Ertiga is facing
outside and sitting between the ones having Audi and Santro who like mango and papaya respectively. Sohail is sitting to the immediate left of the one
having Wagon-R who does not like melon and grapes. Shreya is sitting second to right of the one who likes mango. The one who likes grapes is facing
inside and sitting second to left of the one who likes melon and he is also sitting third to right of Ritika.
The one having Ertiga is sitting second to right of the one having Nissan whose name is Karan and likes apple. Shivam who likes strawberry is neither
Wagon-R nor Suzuki. Ritika is not sitting to the immediate left of Karan. Both the neighbors of the one having I20 are facing inside. The one having
Santro is facing inside. The ones having I20 and Ertiga face same direction. The one having Alto is to the immediate right of Riya and he is also sitting
second to right of the one having Suzuki. The one who likes orange is sitting second to left of the one having Audi.
Set – 19:
There are eight members in a family-Sonali, Nisha, Soha, Nidhi, Sania, Neha, Sonia, and Naman sitting around a circular table facing the direction
opposite to the centre. Sania is sitting right to his father-in-law. Naman is the youngest member of the family and he is not the son of Sonali. Soha sits
third to the left of Nisha. Nidhi sits fourth to the right of Naman and neither of them are an immediate neighbour of Soha. The head of the family, who
is the oldest person in the family, is sitting between Nisha and her husband and her husband and that person is not Neha. Sonali, the son of Nisha is
sitting to the immediate left of Nidhi. At present there are only two couples in the family, and none of the couples are either one of the oldest or the
youngest. Only one couple among the two is sitting together. Nidhi is an unmarried female.
Set – 20:
In a conference 8 people Naina, Reena, Shikha, Bhanu, Pallavi, Tina, Sheetal and Diksha from different cities Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Kerala,
Assam, Odisha, Goa and Manipur not necessarily in same order sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on each longer side and each
on the smaller sides.
Bhanu is sitting second to the right of the person who is from Manipur. Pallavi is sitting third to the left of the person who is from Odisha. Tina and
Sheetal are sitting opposite each other. Shikha is sitting diagonally opposite the person from Goa. Reena is sitting opposite the person who is from
Karnataka. The person from Kerala is sitting second to the right of the person from Assam and second to the left of Naina, who is not sitting near the
person who is from Goa. Sheetal is sitting on the smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Goa. Persons from Assam and Kerala are not
on the same side of the table. The person from Kerala is sitting third to the right of the person from Manipur, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the
person from Haryana. The person from Kerala is third to the left of Shikha. Tina sits second to the left of Diksha. The person from Haryana sits opposite
to the person from Assam.
Set – 21:
Ten persons-P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, and Y are staying in a six-storey hotel from ground floor to fifth floor. Each of them belongs to different state-
Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan. There is atleast one person on each floor and number
of persons staying on any floor is not more than three. R is from Maharashtra a d does t sta elo S. P is sta i g o se o d floo ith o l o e
other person who is from Gujarat. W is from Assam and is staying on fourth floor and does not stay with the one who belongs to Bihar. Y who is from
Goa is staying alone on first floor. The u e of people sta i g a o e X is o e tha the u e of people elo X. V does t elo g to Guja at a d

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does t sta ith Y a d eithe does he sta o a floo hi h is adja e t to W s floo . T o people a e sta i g et ee the floors S and X are staying in
and S is not below the one who is from Maharashtra. T is from Delhi and Q is from Bihar. X is from Rajasthan and stays alone. P is not from Punjab.
Set – 22:
Seven persons-A, B, C, D, E, F and G buy books on different subjects-Sociology, Physics, Geography, Zoology, Botany and English. They are studying in
different universities-Delhi university, Pune university, Mumbai university and AIIMS and for studying purpose they use internet services of different
companies-Reliance jio, Aircel, Airtel and Vodafo e. The pe so s ho u so iolog ook use the i te et o e tio of sa e o pa a d do t
study in same university and is neither A nor G. F uses the internet connection of Aircel. D and F are studying in same university and no one apart from
them is studying there but they use internet from different companies. The only person who is studying in Pune university uses Vodafone and is
eithe B o C. D does t use Relia e jio. The o e ho u s ota ook uses Relia e jio ut ot A. C u s E glish book. One who studies from
AIIMS and uses Reliance jio and is not B and also buys either Geography or Zoology book. The person who is from Delhi universit does t use Ai tel s
i te et o e tio . O l o e pe so studies i AIIMS. C does t stud i Mu ai university. F neither buys geography nor physics book.
Set – 23:
Six lecturers – Bhavesh, Atul, Sumit, Akshay, Kartik and Mohan will visit a college from 18th September to 24th September to give lectures but not
necessarily in the same order. There is a Sunday in between and no visit is scheduled on Sunday. Each of the lectures has different time duration: 30
mins, 45 mins, 60 mins, 75 mins, 100 mins and 120 mins, again not necessarily in the same order.
24th September is not sunday and lecture of 30 mi s is s heduled o that da . Bha esh s le tu e is fo less tha i s a d is s heduled i ediatel
efo e Ka tik s le tu e. The e a e t o le tu es s heduled et ee Moha s le tu e hi h is fo i s a d Su it s le tu e hich is for 60 mins.
Ka tik s le tu e is efo e Su da a d the e a e t o da s et ee Su da a d Bha esh s le tu e. Aksha s le tu e hi h is fo i s is not scheduled
on 18th September. The lecture scheduled on Saturday is of 120 mins.
Set – 24:
Eight friends-A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H from eight different countries-India, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Portugal, France, Uruguay and Brazil have met
after a long time. So they decided to go for a fine dinner and are sitting around a circular table. C, who is neither from Spain nor from Germany, is two
places to the left of one from Brazil. B, who is from Argentina is sitting directly opposite to the one from India. F and the one from Spain are the
immediate neighbors of E. D who is from neither Spain nor France is not sitting adjacent to H but adjacent to the one from Germany. A who is neither
from Brazil nor from Spain is sitting opposite to the one from Germany. The one who is from Portugal sits three places to the right of one from France.
Set – 25:
Eight friends – Priya, Sonakshi, Vinita, Radhika, Medhavi, Shweta, Ruhani and Kanika are sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing
towards the centre and rest people are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different movie, viz. Befikre, Bajirao, Dilwale, Raees, Kaabil,
Shivaay, Dangal and Dear Zindagi, but not necessarily in the same order.
Medhavi faces towards the centre and likes Befikre. Both the immediate neighbours of Medhavi face away from the centre and like Dilwale or Raees.
Radhika faces away from the centre. Both the immediate neighbours of Radhika do not face away from the centre. Medhavi sits third to the right of
Shweta, who likes Kaabil and faces away from the centre. Vinita sits third to the left of Shweta. The one who likes Dilwale sits opposits of Shweta. The
one who likes Bajirao is not the immediate neighbour of Shweta and faces away from the centre. Priya sits second to the left of Vinita and does not like
Dangal or Dear Zindagi. The one who likes Dangal sits between Kanika and Shweta. Sonakshi faces away from the centre and does not like Bajirao.
Set – 26:
In a garden, benches were placed in a hexagonal pattern. Each bench could accommodate only one person . All the benches forming the edges of the
hexagon are equidistant from each other. Six persons –Rahul, Rehan, Reham, Rihan, Rahim, Rohan come for a picnic to the garden and get themselves
seated on each chair of the hexagon for a photograph.
 Rohan is in the middle of Rahul and Rihan
 Rahul is not adjacent to Rihan and Reham
 Rahim is not adjacent to Rehan and Rihan
 Rehan and Rihan are adjacent to each other
Each of the six persons saw under their benches and found a gift bag containing six different things- chocolate, cake, Candy, Books, ice cream and
cards.
The person sitting between Rohan and Rahim got ice-cream.
The person facing Rohan got Cakes.
The person facing Rahul got books and the person facing Rihan got candy.
Set – 27:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different sports – Hockey, Football,
Cricket, Tennis, Badminton, Golf, Wrestling and Basketball but not necessary in the same order.
A is sitting opposite to G. The one who plays Basketball is sitting third to right of A. G is not sitting immediate left of E. E is sitting second to the left of
B.
The persons who plays Hockey and Tennis are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Cricket, is third to the right of the person
who plays Tennis.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays
Badminton. Neither A nor G plays Wrestling and the person who plays Wrestling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Football.
Set – 28:
Eight employees Sparsh, Saket, Swarup, Siddharth, Sourav, Sonal, Sonam and Sonali are working in an MNC firm in different departments viz Editing,
Advertising, Billing, computing, marketing, taxing, censoring and accounting but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are sitting around a
circular table but not facing the centre. Sonali sits third to the right of Siddharth. Sparsh and Swarup are not in Editing. Only one employee sits
between Sourav and the Editor. Taxing and Billing employees are immediate neighbour of each other. 'Sparsh' is neither in marketing nor taxing. Only
one employee sits between Sonal and computing employee. Sonal does not works in either Editing or Billing. Sparsh sits third to the left of Sonam.

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Sonam is in advertising. Siddharth is not the immediate neighbour of either Sparsh or Sonam. The one who works in accounting is an immediate
neighbour of Siddharth. Three employees sits between Sonam and the censoring employee. Sonali is not in either Editing or accounting.
Set – 29:
There are seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G from different states – Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Odisha, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Rajasthan, but not
necessarily in the same order. Each of them plays a different sport – Volleyball, Golf, Tennis, Hockey, Cricket, Football and Basketball, but not
necessarily in the same order. Each of them has a different profession – lawyer, doctor, businessman, engineer, teacher, pilot and accountant, but not
necessarily in the same order.
C is from Jharkhand and is a doctor. E and F play Cricket and Football, though not necessarily in same order. A is not from Rajasthan. The person from
Rajasthan is an engineer and plays Hockey. The lawyer plays Basketball. The businessman from Odisha plays Football. The teacher and the accountant
play Volleyball and Tennis, though not necessarily in that order. F is a pilot. The one from Punjab is a teacher. The one from Gujarat plays Tennis. G
who is from Haryana, does not play Golf. B is an accountant.
Set – 30:
A, B, C, D, E, F and G are friends who are students and their favourite teachers-X,Y and Z. Among these seven friends, three are girls.Each teacher has
atleast one student who likes him/ her. Not more than three students like a single teacher. They all go for coaching for five different subjects English,
History, polity, urdu, Science. Two students each take coaching for Science,history. One student each goes for coaching of English, Polity and Urdu. C
and A have same favorite teachers X, and A take coaching for English. No girl takes coaching for English or polity. E takes coaching for Science and has
favourite teacher Y and his brother F studies Urdu in coaching and has favourite teacher Y. D has favourite teacher A and takes coaching for polity.
Neither C nor G take coaching for science. The girl who takes coaching for science does not likes teacher Z.
Set – 31:
Eight People – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H live on eight different floors of building (but not necessarily in the same order). The lowermost floor of the
building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. Each one of them knows a different
foreign language, namely Italian, Polish, French, Chinese, German, Danish, Swedish and Thai, but not necessarily in the same order.
F lives an odd numbered floor above the floor numbered four. Only one person lives between F and the one who knows French. The number of people
li i g a o e F s floo is sa e as the u e of people li i g et ee F a d D. O l th ee people li e etween D and the one who knows Danish. C lives
on one of the odd numbered floors above the one who knows Danish.
Only two people live between C and the one who knows Italian. The one who knows Swedish lives immediately above G, G knows neither Danish nor
Italian. E does not know Swedish. Only three people live between G and A. The one who knows Thai lives immediately above the one who knows
Polish, but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between the one who knows Thai and H. Only one person lives between B and the one who
knows German.
Set – 32:
In a park there are 2 benches in square form. One square is inside another. Twelve friends went to the park and sat on the benches i.e on two different
squares-one inside another. Tejas, Dilip, Roy, Alok, Sohail and Sahil are in the outer square facing inward. Deep, Akshay, Sunny, Rupam, Akash and
Shankar are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the
sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are
exactly two persons sitting between Tejas and Sohail. Akash sits second to the left of Deep. Roy is on the immediate left of the one who is facing Deep.
Neither Akash nor Deep faces either Sohail or Tejas. Alok is facing Shankar and Dilip is not opposite Roy in the outer square. Sohail is not sitting
adjacent to Alok. Akshay is not facing Tejas. Between Akshay and Rupam there are as many persons as between Roy and Sahil. Tejas sits on any of the
corner.
Set – 33:
8 people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H like to play different sports – Cricket, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Table Tennis, Chess, Volleyball and Badminton not
necessarily in same order are sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on each longer side and each on the smaller sides.
D is sitting second to the right of the person who likes to play Badminton. E is sitting third to the left of the person who likes to play Chess. F and G are
sitting opposite each other. C is sitting diagonally opposite the person who likes to play Volleyball. B is sitting opposite the person who who likes to
play Cricket. The person who likes to play Hockey is sitting second to the right of the person who likes to play Table Tennis and second to the left of A,
who is not sitting near the person who likes to play Volleyball. G is sitting on the smaller side and to the right of the person who likes to play Volleyball.
Persons who like to play Table Tennis and Hockey are not on the same side of the table. The person who likes to play Hockey is sitting third to the right
of the person who likes to play Badminton, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the person who likes to play Football. The person who likes to play
Hockey is third to the left of C. F sits second to the left of H. The one who likes to play Football sits opposite the one who likes to play Table Tennis.
Set – 34:
Six friends Ram, Shyam, Gopal, Akarsh, Aritra and Anubhav with different zodiac signs viz- Pisces, Leo, Virgo, Taurus, Libra, Aries but not necessarily in
the same order ,born in six different months- January, March, May, June, August and December, but not necessarily in the same order, have different
favourite chocolates. Two of them like Cadbury, two of them like Amul, othrs like Lotte and Parle.

A) Neither Anubhav nor Shyam is has sunsign Virgo or Pisces


B) Ram likes Amul but not born in August, May and December.
C) The person, who has sunsign Taurus, was born in December.
D) Aritra has sunsign Aries but neither likes Lotte nor Amul.
E) The sunsign Libra and Virgo have Amul and Parle favourite respectively.
F) Gopal is a Leo and born in March and his favourite is Lotte.
G) Anubhav was not born in December.
Set – 35:
There are eight friends, namely Ravi, Anish, Atul, Ajay, Devansh, Rohit, Mukul and Pranav, sitting around a circular table facing the centre. All of them
own a different model of Samsung phones, as C7, A3, J2 Pro, J7, A8, J5, ON PRO and S6, but not necessarily in the same order.

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Pranav is not a neighbour of Anish while Rohit owns neither On Pro nor S6. There is only one person between Ravi and Ajay. Atul, who owns J5, is third
to the left of the one who owns J2 Pro. The one who is sitting opposite the one who had A3 owns S6. Neither Ravi nor Ajay has J2 Pro. There are two
persons between Devansh and Mukul, who own A3 and A8 respectively, but neither of those two persons is Atul. Ravi is second to the left of Devansh
and owns J7. Anish is an immediate neighbour of Mukul.
Set – 36:
Five friends Pawan, Ashish, Rajan, Raju and Tango are Musician, Architect, Doctor, Engineer and Artist by profession and like White, Blue, Red, Yellow
and Green colour but not necessarily in that order. Their hobbies are Net Surfing, Gardening, Reading, Painting and Dancing but not necessarily in the
same order. The person whose hobby is dancing preferred lemonade to cola while others preferred cola to lemonade in beverages. The four friends
who took cola were Pawan, the one who is an Engineer, the person whose favourite colour is Green and the one whose hobby is net surfing. Raju did
ot take le o ade a d his fa ou ite olou is White. Ashish s fa ou ite olou is Blue. He did ot like lemonade. Raju clicks a picture of his friend who
is a E gi ee Ta go s ho is ot pai ti g, eadi g o ga de i g
Raju clicks a picture of his friend who is an Engineer .The person whose favourite colour is Red likes painting and the person who is artist likes
gardening. Raju is not a doctor. The person who is a doctor takes cola. The person who is an Engineer likes Blue colour. The usi ia s fa ou ite olou
is ot Yello . Raja s fa ou ite olou is G ee .
Set – 37:
There are 7 competitions which are to be held from Monday to Sunday such that on any day one only competition is to be held. The events of
competitions are – Olympiad, Painting, Debate, Dancing, Singing, Short Story and Skating, but not necessarily in the same order.. In each of these
competitions different number of students took part as – 100, 130, 145, 175, 215, 250 and 280, but not necessarily in the same order.
Olympiad took place on Thursday. Lowest number of students took part in Dancing. Debate competition is to be held after Singing. There is one
competition which is to be held between Olympiad and Debate. The competition in which 215 students took part held immediately before the one in
which 145 students took part. 130 students took part in Singing. There are three competitions which are to be held between Dancing and Debate. The
competition in which 175 students took part held on Friday. There are as many competitions between Singing and Skating as between Short Story and
Skating. Painting competition did not take place on Sunday. Also the largest number of students did not take part in Painting competition.
Set – 38:
Six persons Chitrarth, Gaurav, Apoorva, Adarsh, Sahil and Sonalin who are wearing Black, White, Red, Green, Blue and Yellow coloured caps are
travelling to different towns -‐Goa, Aj e , Su at, Bhopal, Lu k o a d Cutta k ot e essa il i that o de , these pe so s had pa ti ipated i a lotte
at the end of which each of them secured different ranks. It is also known that:
(i) Sonalin secured 4th position and was going to Ajmer.
(ii) The person wearing blue coloured cap was going to Bhopal and didn't secure 2nd position.
(iii) Adarsh wearing white coloured cap was not going to Goa or Lucknow and he was not ranked 1st .
(iv) The person wearing green coloured cap was ranked 6th and he was going to Lucknow.
(v) The person who secured 3rd position was going to Cuttack.
(vi) The person who secured 1st rank was going to Surat and he was not wearing black or red coloured cap.
(vii) Chitrarth was wearing yellow coloured cap while Sonalin was not wearing red coloured cap.
Set – 39:
Five women decided to go shopping to M.G. Road, Bangalore. They arrived at the designated meeting place in the following order: 1. Archana, 2.
Chellamma, 3. Dhenuka, 4. Helen, and 5. Shahnaz. Each woman spent at least Rs. 1000. Below are some additional facts about how much they spent
during their shopping spree. The woman who spent Rs. 2234 arrived before the lady who spent Rs. 1193. One woman spent Rs. 1340 and she was not
Dhenuka. One woman spent Rs. 1378 more than Chellamma. One woman spent Rs. 2517 and she was not Archana. Helen spent more than Dhenuka.
Shahnaz spent the largest amount and Chellamma the smallest.
Set – 40:
7 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have come to a party wearing dresses of different colors – pink, orange, black, green, yellow, grey and maroon but not
necessarily in the same order. They have come in 7 different colored cars – grey, orange, pink, black, blue, yellow and white but not necessarily in the
same order. No perso is ea i g the sa e olo ed d ess as he a s olo .
B is wearing orange colored dress and has not come in blue or yellow colored car. D is wearing green colored dress and has come in white colored car.
Colo of A s d ess a d F s a is sa e. Si ila l olo of E s d ess a d C s a is sa e. G is ea i g g e olo ed d ess a d E has o e i g e olo ed
car. F is neither wearing yellow colored dress nor came in yellow colored car. Orange and grey is not the combination of dress and car of any of the
persons. C is not wearing yellow colored dress and A is not wearing pink colored dress.
Set – 41:
Five friends meet every morning at Sree Sagar restaurant for an idli-vada breakfast. Each consumes a different number of idlis and vadas. The number
of idlis consumed are 1, 4, 5, 6, and 8, while the number of vadas consumed are 0, 1, 2, 4, and 6. Below are some more facts about who eats what and
how much. The number of vadas eaten by Ignesh is three times the number of vadas consumed by the person who eats four idlis. Three persons,
including the one who eats four vadas eat without chutney. Sandeep does not take any chutney. The one who eats one idli a day does not eat any
vadas or chutney. Further, he is not Mukesh. Daljit eats idli with chutney and also eats vada. Mukesh, who does not take chutney, eats half as many
vadas as the person who eats twice as many idlis as he does. Bimal eats two more idlis than Ignesh, but Ignesh eats two more vadas than Bimal.
Set – 42:
There are eight persons seated in two rows. In row I – A, B, C and Dare seated who all are facing south. In row II – P, Q, R and S are seated who all are
facing north. These eight persons are wearing different colored dresses – blue, white, green, red, yellow, orange, grey and brown but not necessarily in
the same order. In the seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces one of the members of the other row.
C is seating second to the right of the person wearing brown dress. R is an immediate neighbor of the person who faces the one wearing brown dress.
Only one person sits between R and the one wearing red dress. The immediate neighbor of the one wearing red dress faces the one wearing green
dress.
The one wearing blue dress faces the one wearing orange dress. R is not wearing orange dress. P is not wearing red dress and he does not face the one
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Q faces the one wearing yellow dress. The one who faces S is to the immediate left of A. B is not sitting at any of the extreme ends of the line. The one
wearing brown dress does not face the one wearing white dress.
Set – 43:
India is to play cricket matches with 7 different countries – Zimbabwe, Pakistan, West Indies, Bangladesh, England, Sri Lanka and New Zealand on
seven days of a week from Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. These matches are to be played at different venues – Mumbai,
Mohali, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Ranchi, Kanpur and Kolkata again not necessarily in the same order.
Match with Sri Lanka is to be played on Thursday. The match with New Zealand is to be played in Mohali. Three matches are scheduled between
matches with England and New Zealand. The match in Kanpur is to be played on Monday. The matches in Mumbai and Hyderabad are not with Sri
Lanka. On Wednesday, there is no match in Ahmedabad or Mohali or Mumbai. The match in Mumbai is played immediately after the day on which
match in Kolkata is scheduled. The match in Hyderabad is not before the match in Mohali. There is 1 match scheduled between the matches with Sri
Lanka and England. The match with West Indies is not scheduled in Kolkata or Ahmedabad or Ranchi. The match with Zimbabwe is not on Monday. The
match in Ahmedabad is scheduled after the match in Mumbai. The match with Pakistan is not scheduled in Kanpur. The match in Mohali is scheduled
just before the match in Hyderabad. The match with England and Pakistan is not scheduled in Ahmedabad.
Set – 44:
Eight persons sit in a row not necessarily in the same order. They are Prithhika, Ketan, Riya, Sumedha, Tia, Umar, Vani, and Amar. They like different
brands-Armani, Gadoni, Puma, Lewis, and Adidas. Not more than two people like the same brand and atleast one person likes the given direction.
Some of them face the north direction while some of them face the south direction. People who like same brands face in opposite direction from each
othe a d the do t sit togethe e ept people ho like A a i.
Su edha a d Tia do t sit at e t e e e ds of the o a d ha e t o people i et ee . The pe so to the i ediate ight of o e of the persons who
likes Armani likes Gadoni and also faces south. Ketan is third to the left of Riya, who faces North direction and does not sit at any end. Tia who does
not like Armani is second to the right of one who likes Adidas. Prithika sits three places away from Vani and they do not sit with Ketan. Neither Riya nor
the persons sitting with Riya like Gadoni.
Set – 45:
10 persons are sitting on 10 chairs in two rows having 6 chairs each such that 1 chair is vacant in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D and E are sitting facing
South. In row 2 – P, Q, R, S, and T are sitting facing North. All chairs in 1 row are directly opposite the 1 chair in another row. Sitting adjacent means
there is no vacant seat in between the persons. Vacant chairs are not facing each other.
A is sitting on the second chair which is right of C. P is facing the one who is sitting at second chair to the right of A. R is facing the one who is sitting
second to the left of E. Two people are sitting between P and Q. D is facing the vacant chair. There are 2 chairs between B and D. B is facing the one
who is sitting at immediate left of R. P is not facing E. E is facing the one who is sitting adjacent to P. Two people are sitting between S and T such that
T is sitting to the right of P.
Set – 46:
Eight friends Ashutosh, Deepak, Kriti, Monika, Piyush, Ruchi, Srishti and Tushar are sitting around circular table and pursuing eight different courses,
viz. B. Com, B. Sc, BA, MBBS, B. Tech, MBA, M. Tech and MA, not necessarily in the same order. They are also learning three foreign languages, viz.
French, Mandarin and German. At least two persons learn one foreign language. Only Monika and Piyush are learning French. Monika is third to right
of Piyush. Ashutosh is pursuing M. Tech and is learning Mandarin and is sitting to the immediate right of Piyush. Ruchi is pursuing MBBS and is learning
German. Tushar is learning the same language as Srishti learns who is third to left of Ruchi and fourth to right of Deepak. Kriti is sitting exact opposite
of Monika who is pursuing B. Com. Persons pursuing MA and BA are learning Mandarin. Srishti is pursuing MBA while Deepak is pursuing BA who is
learning Mandarin. Tushar is pursuing B. Tech.
Set – 47:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a row but not necessarily in same order. Some of them are facing North and others South.
A and B are facing different directions. Similarly E and H are facing different directions. C sits four places away from D and sits at one end of the row
and both are facing South.
The number of persons sitting to the right of F is one less than the number of persons sitting to the right of E. The persons sitting at the ends are facing
the same direction. Exactly two persons are sitting between A and C. G sits to the immediate right of B. E sits third to the left of D, who is to the
immediate right of F.
Set – 48:
Seven Management students Aparna, Deepak, Mohit, Mannat, Shubham, Piyali and Shalini from different specializations among Finance, Marketing
and Human Resource are selected to organize three events Business Quiz, Paper Presentation and Business Plan in the upcoming college fest. At least
two students are selected from each specialisation and at least two students are assigned to each event. No two students from same specialisation
organize the same event. Further, it is known that: (i) Mohit is from Human Resource and another student from his specialisation is organizing
Business Plan (ii) Deepak is organizing Business Quiz and the other student organizing Business Quiz with him is from Human Resource, who is not
Mohit. (iii) Piyali is from Marketing and she is organizing Business Quiz. Shubham is also from Marketing. (iv) Aparna and Mannat are organizing the
same event but it is not Paper Presentation. (v) Deepak and Mannat are from the same specialisation. Aparna and Shalini are from the same
specialisation.
Set – 49:
In a nine floored building numbered 1 to 9, 9 people having different professions- Shreya, Vikas, Ekta, Aditya, Ankit, Anshul, Tiya, Gaurav and Maira
stay, but not necessarily in the same order. They have different cars – Skoda, I20, Audi, Swift, Nissan, Toyota, Mercedes, Fabio and Scorpio, but not
necessarily in the same order.
Shreya stays on any even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gaurav stays. Gaurav has Swift and stays on an even numbered floor. The one who
has Fabio stays on the fourth floor. Ankit stays on the second floor and has Audi. The one who has Scorpio stays on the third floor. Shreya does not
have Toyota and there are two floors between the floors on which the people having the Mercedes and the Swift stay. Ekta has I20. There are three
floo s et ee the floo s o hi h Ekta a d Ti a sta . Adit a sta s o a floo i ediatel a o e Mai a s floo . The e is o e floor between the floors
on which Anshul and Tiya stay. Anshul does not have Scorpio. The one who has Skoda stays on the topmost floor. Anshul does not stay on the first
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Set – 50:
Six plays A, B, C, D, E and F are to be staged starting from Monday and ending on Sunday with one of the days being an off day, not necessarily in the
same order, Each of the plays has different time duration: ½ hour, 1 hour, 1 ½ hours, 2 hours, 2 ½ hours and 3 hours, again not necessarily in the same
order. Sunday is not an off day and a Play of ½ hour duration is staged on that day. Play A is staged immediately before Play E. There are two plays
staged between Play F which is for 3 hours and Play C which is for 1 ½ hours. The off day is after the staging of Play E and there are two days between
the off day and Play A. Play D which is for 2 hours is not staged on Monday. The play staged immediately before the off day is of 3 hours. Play A is for
less than 2 ½ hours.
Set – 51:
Five colleges, P, Q, R, S and T, participated in an intercollegiate tournament comprising five events: Swimming, Running, Cycling, Discus Throw and
Horse Riding. In each of the events of this tournament, the top 3 colleges were awarded a gold, a silver and a bronze medal. Shamik, one of the
spectators, recalled the following information. i. Each college won at least one medal but not more than two medals of the same type, i.e., no college
won more than two gold medals, more than two silver medals, or more than two bronze medals. ii. College Q won gold medals in two games, in which
college P won bronze medals. iii. College T won a gold and a silver medal but not a single bronze medal. iv. Only R won 4 medals, the highest number
of medals won by any college. v. R, S and Q won a gold, silver and a bronze medal respectively in Discus Throw. vi. P and S won a gold and a silver
medal re spectively in Swimming.
Set – 52:
Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G like different colors – black, orange, yellow, white, blue, red and green but not necessarily in the same order.
They have their birthdays in different months – January, March, April, June, July, September, and December, but not necessarily in the same order.
A s i thda falls i o th ha i g da s a d he does ot like ed olo . B s i thda o th is afte A s i thda o th. F s i thda falls i o th
ha i g da s. The o e ho likes hite olo has his i thda i Ap il. B s i thda o th is follo ed F s i thda o th according to months
given. D does not like green color. The ones who like green and blue color has their birthday in a month having 30 days. The one who likes orange color
has his i thda i a o th ha i g da s ut that pe so is ot A. E s i thda fall i a o th ha i g da s ut efo e September. C has his
birthday in December. G and F like ed a d la k olo espe ti el . G s i thda o th is ot afte B s i thda o th.
Set – 53
Four friends are sitting at the four sides of a square table at a Café. Eighteen cookies and many sachets of sugar, all of equal size, are kept at the table.
The one opposite Sam has black coffee with twice as many sachets of sugar as him and three cookies more than him. Joe has half as many sachets of
sugar but twice as many cookies as the one opposite him. Sam has the same number of cookies as one of his friends. Raman has more sugar in his
coffee than Arun and also adds milk to it. No one uses a sachet partially or has more than four sachets.
Set – 54:
Seven girls nameley – Shikha, Bhavika, Sapna, Neha, Shreya, Prerna and Krishna – have shifted to a hostel having seven floors. All chose to stay on
different floors of the hostel building (numbered 1 to 7) but not necessarily in the same order. They all have come from different states – Haryana,
Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Assam, Uttarakhand and Bihar but not necessarily in the same order.
Bhavika chose third floor and is from Punjab. Neha has chosen the floor immediately below the floor which Shreya has chosen and immediately above
the floor which Sapna has chosen. There is only one floor between the floors which Bhavika and Prerna have chosen. Neha has not come from
Jharkhand.
The one who chose the top floor has come from Bihar. There is only one floor between the floors of which Sapna has chosen and the one who is from
Haryana. The one who is from Himachal Pradesh has chosen the floor immediately above the floor which the one from Jharkhand has chosen. The one
who is from Uttarakhand has not chosen the floor below the one from Haryana.
Set – 55:
Twenty One MLAs from four states (Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Delhi) attended a conference. Each MLA was from one of the four political
parties, BJP, Congress, AAP and Trinamool Congress. It is also known that, the number of BJP MLAs who attended the conference was exactly half the
number of the MLAs of each of the three other political parties. No BJP MLA came from Gujarat. Otherwise, from all the states including Gujarat at
least one MLA of all the political parties was present. There were not more than 3 MLAs of a single political party from a particular state present for
the conference. If there had been one less MLA from West Bengal then the MLAs from Maharashtra would have been twice as many as from each
state. A and B are AAP MLAs from West Bengal who attended the conference.
Set – 56:
Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have come to a party in different colored cars – red, black, white, green, grey, yellow and maroon but not
necessarily in the same order. They hold different positions – AM (Assistant Manager), MG (Manager), DGM (Deputy General Manager), GM (General
Manager), CGM (Chief General Manager), ED (Executive Director) and CEO (Chief Executive Officer).
The positions given are in increasing order of seniority. AM is the least junior and the CEO is the most senior.
 A is senior to only three persons.
 Person who came in red car is senior to GM.
 C is junior to the one who came in white car and senior to DGM.
 DGM did not come in yellow car.
 The person who came in white car is not the most senior.
 B is junior to A but not the least junior and has come in yellow car.
 F is senior to one came in yellow car and junior to one came in red car. E is junior to GM.
 The one who came in green car is junior to G and senior to DGM who came in maroon car.
 F did not come in white car. D came in black car.
Set – 57:
M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are travelling to three different cities viz. Paris, New York and London in three different airlines viz. Qatar Airways, Singapore
Airlines and Air India. There are three females among them and each is going to a different city. There are at least two persons travelling by each
airline. People travelling to same city are going by the same airline as well. O is not travelling by the same airline as N and S. Q, a male is travelling by

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an airline along with T only and both of them are not going to New York. M is going to London by Qatar Airways. P is sister of M and she is travelling by
Air India. R and O are travelling by the same airline. S is not going to New York.
Set – 58:
There are 8 friends in a group – A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S. They have their birthdays in one of the following months – January, April, September, and
December. In each month there are two birthdays. The birthdays are either on 13th or 22nd of any given month.
C and P have birthdays in month having 31 days. There are at least two birthdays between A and S. A does not have birthday in January. B has birthday
i Septe e . S s i thda is i ediatel afte B s. P s i thda is ot o th of a o th. B s i thda is so e he e afte C s. The e a e t o
birthdays between C and D. B and P have birthdays on same date. Similarly A and R have birthdays on same date. D and S do not have birthdays on
same date. Q does not like December month.
Set – 59:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a straight line facing north. C and E are not adjacent to each other .H is on the immediate right of D,
who is not at the end of the row. B is on the immediate left of E but is neither a neighbor of A nor sits at any extreme end of the row. There are three
persons between B and H. A is adjacent to F, who is on the immediate left of C. G is second to the left of H and is on the immediate right of E.
Set – 60:
Ram, Shyam, Ghanshyam, Geeta, Sita, Babita and Kavita live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The
lowermost floor of the building is numbered one and the topmost floor is numbered seven. Each one of them also likes different cars namely -I10, I20,
Audi, Swift, BMW, Mercedes and Nano but not necessarily in the same order.

Shyam lives on one of the floors above Sita.Only three people live between Shyam and Sita. Only one person lives between Shyam and the one who
like Audi. Only one person lives between the one who likes BMW and the one who likes Mercedes. Only two people live between Kavita and the one
who like Audi. The one who likes I10 lives immediately above Kavita. Ram lives immediately above Babita. Ram does not like Audi.The one who likes
Swift lives on one of the odd numbered floors below Babita. Kavita does not like Swift.The one who likes Nano lives on one of the even numbered
floors above the one who like Audi. Geeta lives on one of the Floors above Ghanshyam. Geeta does not like BMW. Kavita does not like I20. Sita does
not live on the lowermost floor.
Set – 61:
Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In Row –
1, Ajesh, Aravinth, Akil, Ajay, Akash and Anand are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing South. In Row -2, Ameer,
Akshay, Anvar, Abimanyu, Anbu and Alan are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing North. Therefore, in the given
seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. All of them have a car of different companies, viz Honda,
Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj, Mahindra, TVS, Yamaha, Suzuki, Royal Enfield, KTM, Kawasaki, Harley Davidson and Ducati but not necessarily in the same
order.
Akshay faces one who sits third to the right of Akash. Abimanyu neither owns Mahindra nor Bajaj. The person who owns Ducati car facing South
Direction. Aravinth owns Kawasaki and faces the one who owns Yamaha car.Only three persons sit between Akash and Aravinth.
The person who owns Mahindra car facing North Direction. Anand does not own Ducati. The persons who own Yamaha and SUZUKI sit next to each
other. The one who owns Royal Enfield sits second to the right of Ajesh. Anand is neither an immediate neighbour of Aravinth nor Akash.
One of the immediate neighbours of Anand faces Alan. The one who owns KTM car sits at one of the extreme ends of the line. Only three persons sit
between Alan and the one who faces Akil. The one who owns Honda car sits at one of the extreme ends of the line.
There are two people sit between one who owns Ducati car and the one who owns KTM. Ameer sits second to the left of the one facing Ajesh. The
person who owns TVS faces North Direction. Anvar is not an immediate neighbour of Akshay.
Aravinth does not face Anbu. There are three people sit between one who owns Honda car and the one who owns Mahindra. The person who owns
Bajaj faces one of the immediate neighbours of Ducati. There are two people sit between one who owns Royal Enfield and Harley Davidson.
Set – 62:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them has a relationship with A.
G is sitting second to the left of father of A. F is immediate neighbor of A. D, mother of A is sitting opposite to the sister of A. B is sitting to the
immediate right of wife of A. E who is a male is sitting second to the right of mother of C. Brother of A is sitting third to right of B. Daughter of A is
sitting to third to right of sister of A. A is sitting second to the right of daughter of E. E is sitting to the immediate left of sister of A.
Set – 63:
A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are 8 members [3generations &3 couples] of the family sitting around a rectangular table (all facing inside) with 3 people each
on length side and 1 person each on breath side[length>breath]. Grandparents[S&C] sit on the shorter side.
Information:
i) S sits 4 places to the right of C.
ii)A[who is the grandson of C] does not have any couple to its immediate right and sits to the immediate right of C.
iii)2 couples sit directly opposite to each other while one couple sit adjacent to each other.
iv) A is sitting directly opposite to his father[who is the only son of S] and R is sitting adjacent to Q, wherein R is not sitting on the shorter side.
v) D[who is the only daughter of C] sits on one of the ends of the longer side of the table.
vi) B [who is granddaughter of S]sits on one of the longer sides and her mom sits on his immediate right
ii D s spouse sits o the immediate left of Q.
Set – 64:
A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a circle facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order.
S s hus a d is sitti g se o d to ight of B. Q is sitti g se o d to the left of D s daughte . Q is the siste of R. S s hus a d is ot a i ediate eigh ou
of Q. O l o e pe so is sitti g et ee Q a d A. Si ila l the e is o l o e pe so sitti g et ee P a d S s othe . No fe ale sits to the immediate
side of B. A is fathe of R. S s othe is sitti g to the i ediate ight of D, S s othe . O l o e pe so sits et ee S a d R. P is ot a i ediate
neighbour of R, who is the mother of C.
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8 persons are working in 8 different companies, viz. Tata Motor, Tata Steel, Tata Tea, Tata Coffee, Tata Power, Tata Telecom, Tata Sky and Tata Capital,
are sitting in two parallel rows containing 4 persons each, there is an equal distance between adjacent persons.
In row 1, W, X, Y and Z are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R and S are sitting and all of them are facing north.
Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member sitting in a row faces another member of the other row.
Information:
• The pe so f o Tata Po e fa es the o e ho is o the i ediate left of R. R is eithe from Tata Steel nor from Tata Tea.
•A i ediate eigh o of W fa es the pe so f o Tata Moto . The pe so f o Tata Tele o fa es the pe so ho is o the left of the person
from Tata Steel.
• The e is o l a e pe so sitti g et ee the pe so s f o Tata Steel and Tata Sky but that person is not P. The persons from Tata Steel and Tata Tea
are not sitting at the extreme ends.
• X sits o the i ediate left of the pe so f o Tata Po e . Pe so s f o Tata Coffee a d Tata Tele o a e i ediate eigh ors. Y and Q are not
sitting at any of the ends.
• S fa es the o e ho is sitti g o the i ediate ight of the pe so f o Tata Tele o . W is ot f o Tata Tele o o Tata Coffee.
Set – 66:
In a Omni bus moving on east direction. Ten students are sitting in two parallel sides containing five students each. In side 1, Manoj, surren, Mari,
Hema, Shoba, are sitting and all of them are Right facing. In side 2, Vino, Kani, Ambi, Ajith, Suganya are sitting all of them facing left side. In given
seating arrangements. Each member seated in a side faces another member of the other side. Moreover, each of them belongs to different States
Tamilnadu, Kerala, Andra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Bihar, Delhi, Goa, Manipur, Meghalaya but not necessarily in the same order.
There are only two persons sitting between the Tamilnadu, Who sits at an extreme end, and shoba.Vino, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an
immediate neighbour of Kani, who is not a Meghalaya.
Suganya is sitting at an extreme end. Shoba from Gujarat, sits on the immediate right of the person from Kerala and faces the immediate neighbour
of Kani.
Surren is not sitting at an extreme left end. Vino is not from Manipur. There is only one person between Mari and Hema, Who is from Tamilnadu.
Ajith from Bihar is an immediate neighbour of the Meghalaya and does not face the person from Andra.
Ambi, who is from Karnataka, is an immediate neighbour of the person from Manipur, who in turn faces the immediate neighbour of the Gujarat.
There are two persons between the Delhi and the Andra. Surren is not from Delhi. Suganya is not from Goa.
Set – 67:
Eight friends – Atul, Raghav, Ritika, Mansi, Bhavya, Vivek, Nisha, and Kanishka – attend college on different days of the week, from Monday to Friday.
They like to play different games – Football, Basketball, Cricket, Badminton, Swimming, Archery, Table Tennis and Hockey, but not necessarily in the
same order. Two of them are studying in Computer stream, two in Electronics, two in Aeronautical and two in Mechanical.
Vivek is studying in Aeronautical stream and goes to college on Tuesday along with Atul who plays Table Tennis. Kanishka and Raghav are studying in
Mechanical stream and attend college on different days after the day on which Atul goes to the college. Bhavya plays Basketball and she attends
college on the day exactly between Kanishka and Raghav. Atul and Bhavya are studying in Electronics stream. Ritika likes Archery and alone goes on
the day just before Vivek. The ones who like Football and Cricket attend college on Friday. Kanishka likes to play Badminton. Nisha, who likes to play
cricket and Mansi, who like to play Hockey are studying in Computer stream. Mansi attends college on the same day as Bhavya.
Set – 68:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are the members of a committee sitting around a circular table facing outward. Each member has a different room, viz 101,
102,103,104, 105, 106, 107 and 108, but not necessarily in the same order.
Information:
1)C is third to the left of G.
H s oo u e is a d is sitti g e a tl et ee C a d A.
3)The one whose room number is 107 sits second to the right of B.
4)The one whose room-number is 105 is second to the right of the person whose room number is 106.
5)C sits third to the left of the person whose room number is 102.
6)The one whose room number is 101 is second to the left of the one whose room number is 103.
7)Neither F nor A is the immediate neighbour of B.
8)F is fourth to the left of A.
9 B s oom number is neither 104 nor 105.
The pe so hose oo u e is is sitti g se o d to the ight of the pe so hose oo u e is . D s oo u e is 101 and is not
an immediate neighbor of B
Set – 69:
A, B, C, D, K, L, M, N, S and Z are members of a family. All are like different outdoor games viz, Cricket, Baseball, Yard Yahtzee, Bon Appetit, Football,
Blanket run, Lawn Twister, Giant jenga, Yard dominoes and Dunk Bucket but not necessarily in the same order. There are four married couple and
th ee ge e atio i the fa il . Foot all is ot liked a fe ale. K s othe like ase all. The o e ho like Bla ket u is a wife of S. M is spouse of N
a d pla s Ya d Do i oes. Z is a fathe of K, a d Z s ife like i ket. Foot all a d Bo Appetit is liked by one couple. S has two children. A is mother-in-
la of B. S is the o l so of A. B does t like Bla ket u . B s fathe - in-law like Yard Yahtzee. M and C are cousins. All married couple have children
e ept M a d N. D is ot a ied. K s daughter-in-law like Dunk Bucket.
Set – 70:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and
History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A.
Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach
Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not
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immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is
an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.
Set – 71:
Seven friends T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are working in seven different banks, viz ICICI, IOB, OBC, CBI, Axis Bank, SBI and BOI. All persons belong to three
different cities, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two friends belong to the same city. V does not work in CBI. X works in OBC and belongs
to Patna. T belongs to Ranchi only with V. U works in ICICI Bank but does not belong to Patna. Y works in Axis Bank but does not live in the same city as
U. Z does not belongs to Bhopal. The person who belongs to Ranchi works neither in BOI nor in IOB. None of those who live in Patna work in IOB.
Set – 72:
There are seven friends – A, B, C, D, E, F and G who go to a party from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order
wearing different dresses whose costs are Rs 400, Rs 600, Rs 900, Rs 1200, Rs 1800, Rs 1500 and Rs 2700 but not necessarily in the same order.
A went to party on one of the days after Friday. The one who went to party on Wednesday wore a dress worth Rs 1200. The difference between the
amounts of dresses wore by the 2 friends on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7.
Two friends went to party between F and the one who wore dress worth Rs 400. B went to party on one of the days immediately before the one that
was wearing dress worth Rs 900. Two friends went to party between B and G. Similarly three friends went to party between F and D.
C did not wear the dress which costs least. The price of the dresses of the ones who went to party on Wednesday and Saturday is more than Rs 1000
and the sum equals to the cost of dress wore by the one who went to party on Friday.
The difference between the prices of the dresses wore by B and G is less than Rs 500. The one who wore dress worth Rs 900 did not go on Friday. F
went to party on one of the days after the one who wore dress worth Rs 400.
The one who wore dress worth Rs 1800 went to party immediately after the one which one who wore dress o th Rs . The p i e of F d ess as
o e tha that of D s.
Set – 73:
S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them is also related to T
in some way or the other.
W sits thi d to the ight of U. T sits o the i ediate left of U. O l o e pe so sits et ee W a d T's so . T s daughte sits second to the right of Z.
T's siste sits thi d to the ight of T s othe .
V is seated on the immediate right of X. T's father sits second to the right of V. Only three people sit between T's father and T's brother. Y sits on the
i ediate ight of T's so . O l th ee people sit et ee T s hus a d a d Y. O l o e pe so sits et ee T's hus a d a d S.
Set – 74:
There are seven friends namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them is wearing a different colored dress viz. Blue, Yellow, Green, Violet, Red, Black and
Pink but not necessarily in the same order. They are from different states – Haryana, Punjab, Karnataka, Sikkim, Odisha, Tripura and Kerala but not
necessarily in the same order.
E is wearing violet colored dress and is from Punjab. C is wearing yellow colored dress and is from Kerala. G is not wearing black colored dress and is
not from Karnataka.
The person who is wearing red colored dress, is from Sikkim while the person who is from Odisha, is wearing blue colored dress.
A is wearing pink colored dress but F is not wearing green or black colored dresses and he is not from Sikkim. D is from Haryana. B is neither from
Karnataka nor from Tripura.
Set – 75:
Isha, Swati, Ravi, Mohan, Ruchi, Raj, Sohan and Rani are eight friends travelling by three different models of cars, viz Alto, Scorpio and WaganR. Each
model of car is used by at least one female. The cars go to three places- Dwarka, Varanasi and Agra. There are three days of travel – Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Each place is visited by at least on female. On each day at least one female travels. Isha and Mohan travel to Dwarka on the same day
by the same model of car. Raj travels on Monday in Alto, but not to Agra. A person travelling to Agra uses Scorpio on Monday. WagonR goes only to
Varanasi and only on Tuesday. Sohan travels to Varanasi in Alto on the day before the day on which Isha travels. Ruchi travels to Agra but she likes to
travel in Alto. No male member travels in WagonR. Isha travels on the same day on which Swati travels. Ravi travels to Varanasi on Wednesday in
Scorpio. Rani does not travel on Tuesday. No person travels to Dwarka on Monday. Mohan travels by the same model of car by which Sohan travels.
Ruchi and Ravi travel on the same day.
Set – 76:
A family has five married couples and each one of them have one child. Ages of children are 2, 5, 7, 4 and 8 years whose names are A, B, C, D, and E
but not necessarily in the same order
Male members are Gaurav, Ajay, Mukul, Sahil and Deepak and female members are Sheena, Radhika, Naina, Tiya and Priya but not necessarily in the
same order.
i Na e of Gau a s hild is ot C o E a d he is ot eldest or youngest.
ii Nai a s hild is ea s old a d he hus a d is o e a o g Aja , Mukul a d Deepak.
(iii) D is 2 years old but she is not a child of Mukul.
i A s age is ot a ultiple of a d is ot a hild of Gau a o Shee a.
Radhika s hus a d is either Mukul or Deepak.
i P i a s hild is ea s old ut the a e of the hild is ot B o E.
ii Mukul s ife a e is Shee a
Set – 77:
A, B, C, D, E, G and I are seven friends who study in three different standards, namely 5 th, 6th and 7th, such that not less than two friends study in the
same standard. Each friend has a different favourite subject, namely History, Civics, English, Marathi, Hindi, Maths and Economics also but not
necessarily in the same order.
A likes Maths and studies in the 5th standard with only one friend who likes Marathi. I studies with two other friends. Both the friends who study with I
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or Civics.
Set – 78:
Eight students P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W have come to Delhi University from different states – Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. At least 2
persons are from a single state. They are sitting around a circular table, all facing outside. These play different sports viz Cricket, Basketball,
Badminton, Hockey, Chess, Football, Tennis and Golf, but not necessarily in the same order.
No two students from the same state are sitting adjacent to each other except those who are from Gujarat. The ones who are from Uttar Pradesh, are
sitting opposite to each other. S neither plays Golf nor Badminton. The student who plays Tennis is sitting on the immediate right to the sport person
who plays Golf. R, who plays Hockey, is from Haryana. He is sitting on the immediate right of U, who is from Gujarat. U does not play Badminton. Q,
who plays Basketball, is neither from Uttar Pradesh nor Haryana or Rajasthan. Q is sitting opposite to T. Only P, who plays Football is sitting between T,
who plays Tennis and the person who plays Chess. Both the students from Rajasthan are sitting adjacent to the ones who are from Uttar Pradesh. V
does not play Golf.
Set – 79:
There are seven boys Jadeja, Saha, Pujara, Kohli, Vijay, Rahul and Rahane who participated in a game competition which started on Monday and ended
on Sunday. In the first round of the competition, each of them played different games, Cricket, Tennis, Football, Hockey, Badminton, Volleyball and
Basketball, but not necessarily in the same order. They like different Social Networks, Facebook, Twitter, Hike, Whatsapp, Telegram, Instagram and
Google, but not necessarily in the same order. Saha did not play on the day either immediately before or immediately after the game of Kohli, who
does not like either Telegram or Facebook or Whatsapp Social Network. Two games were held between the game of Rahane and Rahul, neither of
the pla ed o Mo da . The e as o e ga e et ee the ga es of Kohli a d Puja a. But Puja a s ga e did ot happe eithe o Monday or on
Wednesday. Pujara likes Twitter Social Network and played Cricket. The one, who played Football on the last day of competition, likes Hike Social
Network. Vijay played immediately after Pujara and he likes Facebook Social Network. Jadeja does not like Telegram Social Network and played
Hockey. Kohli did not play either Basketball or Volleyball. The one who played Badminton was scheduled immediately after the game of Cricket.
Rahane, who likes Instagram, played on the fourth day of the competition but played neither Cricket nor Tennis.
Set – 80:
8 people P, Q, R, S, M, N, O and L are sitting around a rectangular table where 3 are sitting on each width side and 1 each on the length side of the
table. All of them are facing the centre. They are from different states: Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Punjab, Jharkhand, Manipur, Tripura and
Goa but not necessarily in same order.
The person from Goa is sitting second to left of S. The person from Manipur is sitting third to right of M. O and N are sitting opposite to each other.
The person from Tripura is sitting diagonally opposite to R
Q is sitting opposite to the person who is from Haryana. The person from Punjab is sitting second to the right of the person from Jharkhand and
second to the left of P, who is not sitting near to the person who is from Tripura.
O is sitting on the length side and to the right of the person who is from Tripura. Persons from Jharkhand and Punjab are not on the same side of the
table. Person from Punjab is sitting third to the right of the person from Goa, who is not sitting diagonally opposite to the person from Himachal
Pradesh.
Set – 81:
There are nine people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in a family. It is a three generation family. They are sitting in a row facing in North and South directions
ot e essa il i the sa e o de . The follo i g i fo atio is k o a out the . C ho is A s fathe sits fou th to the ight of B who is the only
daughter of E and they both face in the opposite directions. D sits third to the right of F who is B s g a d othe a d o e of the sits adja e t to I. D is
u a ied a d fa es i a di e tio si ila to that of G. E ho is the siste of D sits at o e of the e ds ith a fe ale. C s neighbours are females and
fa e i opposite di e tio s. F s spouse C fa es in the North direction. I who is the wife of G sits at the middle facing in South direction. A, who is male, is
the o l si li g of G sits e a tl et ee D a d B s ousi ho is a ale. The people sitti g at e ds fa e i No th di e tio . A faces in same direction as
that of F. C sits adjacent to I.
Set – 82:
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows having six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row and vacant seats are not opposite to each other. In
row-1, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting facing South. In row-2 D, E, F, G and H are sitting facing North. Each is from a different state – Assam, J&K, Tamil
Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal, Mizoram, Maharashtra, Telangana, Karnataka and Uttarakhand, but not necessarily in the same order.
G sits third to the right of F and is from Odisha. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E is neither from West Bengal nor Tamil Nadu. Q is
not an immediate neighbor of O. N is from Uttarakhand. The one from Tamil Nadu faces the one who is from Telangana. The one who is from Tamil
Nadu sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbor of P. H, who is from neither
West Bengal nor Mizoram, does not face the vacant seat. G and F do not sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. F is facing P. Two seats are there
between O and N, who sits third right of the one who is from Maharashtra. The one from Karnataka faces the one who is from Odisha. The persons
who are from Assam and Telangana are adjacent to each other. P is not sitting adjacent to the vacant seat. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the
row. F is not from Assam and Telangana. G who is not sitting at any of the extreme ends of the row is not facing vacant seat.
Set – 83:
In a conference 8 people Rekha, Salma, Ganesh, Mishra, Gibbs, Sahana, Pooja and Aarya from different countries Australia, Germany, China, Japan,
Russia, Switzerland, Poland and Brazil not necessarily in same order sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on each longer side and
each on the smaller sides. Mishra is sitting second to the right of the person who is from Brazil. Gibbs is sitting third to the left of the person who is
from Switzerland. Sahana and Pooja are sitting opposite each other. Ganesh is sitting diagonally opposite the person from Poland. Salma is sitting
opposite the person who is from Australia. The person from Japan is sitting second to the right of the person from Russia and second to the left of
Rekha, who is not sitting near the person who is from Poland. Pooja is sitting on the smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Poland.
Persons from Russia and Japan are not on the same side of the table. The person from Japan is sitting third to the right of the person from Brazil, who
is not sitting diagonally opposite the person from Germany. The person from Japan is third to the left of Ganesh. Sahana sits second to the left of
Aarya. The person from Germany sits opposite to the person from Russia.
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Eight professors – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W have come for a seminar on different subjects. They are given flats on eight different floors of a building
(numbered 1 to 8)
The subjects on which they have to give seminar are – Biology, Business, Chemistry, Geography, Economics, Computer, Physics and Accounts but not
necessarily in the same order. They have come in different s – I20, Fabia, Swift, Santro, Alto, Renault, Baleno, Brio again not necessarily in the same
order.
S lives on an even numbered floor. Only three people live between S and T. Only one person lives between T and V. V lives on one of the floors below
T. Only two persons live between V and U.
W lives on a floor that is immediately below U. Only two persons live between T and Q. P does not live on the lowermost floor. The person who has
come for seminar on Geography lives on the floor numbered 7. W has come for seminar on Chemistry. The person who has come for seminar on
Business lives on the topmost floor and has Alto.
The persons who live on odd numbered floors have I20, Swift, Fabia and Renault in any order. The person who has I20 lives on one of the floors above
the 4th floor.
The person who lives on the 5th floor has neither I20 nor Fabia. The person who lives on the lowermost floor does not have I20 or Fabia or Swift and
he has come for seminar on Biology.
The person who has come for seminar on Computer lives on 5th floor. The person who has Santro has come for seminar on Chemistry. U has come for
seminar on Accounts has either I20 or Fabia. The person who has come for seminar on Physics does not have I20 or Fabia or Swift or Santro. V has
come for seminar on Economics and has Brio.
Set – 85:
Eight friends having different Sims as Airtel, Vodafone, Aircel, Docomo, Idea, BSNL, JIO and Reliance are sitting around a circular table, not necessarily
in the same order. Some of them are facing outside and some of them are facing towards the centre. Each of them has birthday in different year.
Only two people sit between the one who uses Idea and the one who uses Aircel. The friends who use Vodafone and Airtel are not neighbours. The
one who uses Airtel is sitting just right of one who uses Idea. The one who uses JIO sits second to the right of one who uses Aircel. The person who
uses Idea faces outside and he is the oldest guy having birthdays in 1975. Only one person sits in between friends who use Reliance and Airtel. The one
liking Vodafone is 8 years older than the one liking BSNL. The one who uses Reliance sits third to the left of one who uses Vodafone and he is the
youngest among all having birthday in 1989. The person who uses BSNL faces towards the direction opposite to the one who uses JIO, but same to the
one who uses Aircel. Person liking BSNL is not a neighbour of either who uses Airtel or JIO. The one who uses Airtel was born in 1983 and the one who
uses JIO is 4 years younger than him. Immediate neighbours of one who uses Docomo face in the same direction. The one who uses Airtel faces
towards the centre. The one who uses Vodafone and the one who uses Aircel face the direction just opposite to the one who uses Docomo. The
person facing the one who uses Airtel was born in 1979. The immediate neighbours of the one who uses Airtel have faces opposite to each other and
they have the age gap of 6 years.
Set – 86:
There are eight people – J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q who are seated in a line. Equal number of people are facing north and south.
P is facing north. M is sitting fourth to the right of P. Neither P nor M is sitting at extreme end of the line. J is sitting third to the right of M. K is sitting
facing opposite direction as of P. O is sitting second to the left of K. N is sitting second to the right of M and is facing opposite direction as that of M. L
and Q are immediate neighbors of each other. L is sitting third to left of J. Q if facing direction opposite to that of O. N is sitting third to the left of O.
Set – 87:
Eight friends G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N are seated in a straight line at equal distance between each other, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of
them are facing north while some are facing south.
 K is an immediate neighbour of the one sitting at an extreme end of the line. Only three people sit between K and M.
 J sits second to the right of M. J does not sit at an extreme end of the line.
 N sits on the immediate left of G. N is not an immediate neighbour of M. The immediate neighbours of G face opposite directions (ie. if
one neighbour faces north then the other faces south and vice versa.)
 The persons sitting at the extreme ends face opposite directions (ie. if one person faces north then the other faces south and vice
versa.)
 H sits second to the left of L. L faces north. L is not an immediate neighbour of K.
 The immediate neighbours of L face the same direction ' (ie if one neighbour faces north then the other also faces north and if one
neighbour faces south then the other also faces south.)
 Both K and H face a direction opposite that of J (ie. if J faces north then K and H face south and vice versa.)
Set – 88:
Eight friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing centre and rest are facing away from centre. All 4
facing a same direction are not adjacent to each other. They like different flowers – Lily, Jasmine, Rose, Lotus, Daffodil, Tulip, Daisy, and Hibiscus, but
not necessarily in the same order. They are from different states – Canada, UK, Japan, USA, China, Russia, Singapore and Australia, but not necessarily
in the same order.
G is sitting second to the left of the one who is from Australia. The one who likes Daffodil is opposite the one who is from UK and they are not facing
each other. C is from Russia and likes Rose. The one from Japan is second to the right of G. A who likes Lotus is third to the right of B who is from
Canada and both are facing same direction. The one who likes Tulip is immediate to the right of one who is from Australia. G is adjacent to the one
who likes Daffodil and the one from UK does not like Tulip. The one from Singapore likes Hibiscus and is opposite to C and he faces back of C. E who
likes Daisy is third to the right of one from Australia. F is sitting second to the left of G. E is sitting opposite the one who likes Daffodil. The one from
USA faces inside and is fourth to left of D who is from China. H is sitting to the immediate right of the one who likes Jasmine.
Set – 89:
Ten Persons are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. Mahima, Sathya, Karthick, Vimal and Priyanka are sitting
in row-1 facing south. Lokesh, Murugan, Lalitha, Meena and Begum are facing north. Each likes a different brand of Tooth pastes i.e. Colgate,
Pepsodent, Sensodyne, Oral- B, Dant Kanti, Vicco, Amway, Himalaya, Close Up and Meswak. Meena sits third to the right of Lalitha and likes Oral- B.
Only two people sit between Murugan and the vacant seat. Murugan does not like Dant Kanti or Sensodyne Tooth paste. Priyanka is not an immediate

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neighbour of Karthick. Sathya likes Meswak. The one who likes Sensodyne Tooth paste faces the one who likes Himalaya. The one who likes Sensodyne
sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to Meena. Karthick is not an immediate neighbour of Vimal. Begum, who
likes neither Dant Kanti nor Vicco, does not face the vacant seat. Neither Meena nor Lalitha sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. Vimal faces
Lalitha. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Karthick and Sathya, who sits third right of the one who likes
Amway. The one who likes Close Up Tooth paste faces the one who likes Oral- B. The persons who like the Colgate and Himalaya are adjacent to each
other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Vimal. Murugan sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. Lalitha does not like
Colgate and Himalaya. Vacant seat of row- does ot fa e Mee a ho does t sit at a of the e t e e e ds of the o .
Set – 90:
There are 8 people – Varun, Shivani, Meenu, Kanika, Vishal, Anika, Bhuvan and Ravi. Each of them have their birthdays in different months – January,
February, April, May, June, September, October and December but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them likes different flowers – Lily,
Daisy, Hibiscus, Lotus, Jasmine, Rose, Tulip, and Marigold again not necessarily in the same order.
Bhu a s i thda o ths is ha i g less tha da s ut ot Ju e. Ka ika s i thda o th is i ediatel efo e Mee u s i thday month. Ravi does
not like Lotus or Lily or Hibiscus. Anika likes Jasmine. There are 2 months between birthday months of Bhu a a d Ra i. Ra i s i thda o th is ot
February or April or May.
The o e ho likes ose has his i thda i Ap il. Mee u s i thda o th is afte Ma . The i thda o th of the o e ho likes Marigold is just before
Ra i s i thda o th. The e a e o ths et ee the i thda o ths of Ra i a d Vishal. Va u s i thda is ot i De e e . The e a e o ths
between the birthday months of the ones who like Rose and Jasmine. There is one month between the birthday months of the ones who like Daisy
and Tulip. The one who likes Lotus does not have his birthday in a month having 31 days. There are 2 months between the birthday months of the
ones who like Tulip and Lily.
Set – 91:
Abhinav plays Pokemon Go. He caught 7 different Pokemons on 7 different days of the week from Monday to Sunday. One of the Pokemons is Ratata.
These Pokemon had 2 characteristics: Type and Combat Power (CP). One of the Pokemons is Poison type.
The following information is known:
• The combat powers of the 7 Pokemons are 25, 31, 38, 46, 49, 52 and 60.
• Charmander is not the Ground type Pokemon.
• The Pokemon caught on Monday has CP 46 while Spearow was the last Pokemon to be caught.
• Squirtle, an Electric Pokemon, was caught on Wednesday.
• There is only one Pokemon whose CP is lower than that of Pidgey.
• The number of Pokemons caught before Pikachu is the same as the number of Pokemons caught after Charmander. Pikachu was caught
before Charmander.
• The Pokemon that has the highest CP was not caught on Saturday.
• A Rock type Pokemon whose CP is 25 was caught on Friday and a Water type Pokemon whose CP is 52 was caught on Tuesday.
• Bulbasaur is a Fire type Pokemon which was not caught on either Thursday or Saturday and Spearow is a Fighting type Pokemon.
• The Pokemon caught on Sunday has CP less than 40.
Set – 92:
Eight friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing centre and rest are facing away from centre. All 4
facing a same direction are not adjacent to each other. They like different flowers – Lily, Jasmine, Rose, Lotus, Daffodil, Tulip, Daisy, and Hibiscus, but
not necessarily in the same order. They are from different states – Canada, UK, Japan, USA, China, Russia, Singapore and Australia, but not necessarily
in the same order.
G is sitting second to the left of the one who is from Australia. The one who likes Daffodil is opposite the one who is from UK and they are not facing
each other. C is from Russia and likes Rose. The one from Japan is second to the right of G. A who likes Lotus is third to the right of B who is from
Canada and both are facing same direction. The one who likes Tulip is immediate to the right of one who is from Australia. G is adjacent to the one
who likes Daffodil and the one from UK does not like Tulip. The one from Singapore likes Hibiscus and is opposite to C and he faces back of C. E who
likes Daisy is third to the right of one from Australia. F is sitting second to the left of G. E is sitting opposite the one who likes Daffodil. The one from
USA faces inside and is fourth to left of D who is from China. H is sitting to the immediate right of the one who likes Jasmine.
Set – 93:
Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Abhishek Bachchan and Irrfan Khan are eight fighters sitting
around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and four of them are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different
National parks, viz. Jim Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Periyar National Park, Bandipur National Park,
Manas National Park, Madhav National Park and Satpura National Park, but not necessarily in the same order. Ranbir Kapoor faces towards the centre
and likes Jim Corbett National Park. Both the immediate neighbours of Ranbir Kapoor face away from the centre and like Kaziranga National Park or
Periyar National Park. Hrithik Roshan faces away from the centre. Both the immediate neighbours of Hrithik Roshan do not face away from the centre.
Ranbir Kapoor sits third to the right of Ajay Devgan, who likes Bandipur National Park and faces away from the centre. Akshay Kumar sits third to the
left of Ajay Devgan. The one who likes Kaziranga National Park sits opposits of Ajay Devgan. The one who likes Ranthambore National Park is not the
immediate neighbour of Ajay Devgan and faces away from the centre. Shah Rukh Khan sits second to the left of Akshay Kumar and does not like
Madhav National Park or Satpura National Park. The one who likes Madhav National Park sits between Irrfan Khan and Ajay Devgan. Aamir Khan faces
away from the centre and does not like Ranthambore National Park.
Set – 94:
Nine persons K, L, O, T, R, Q, M, S and P are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing north while some are facing south. Only two persons
sitting together are facing the same direction.
 Q is sitting third to the left of P and is facing south. R is an immediate neighbour of Q and is facing the same direction as M. Both the
neighbours of O face the same direction.
 K is not sitting at the extreme right of the row and he faces south. S is not the neighbour of K. R is at equal distance from P and K.
 sits third to the right of Q and both face opposite directions. S is an immediate neighbour of P and faces south.

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 L and M face opposite directions and M is not an immediate neighbour of either K or T.


 R sits in the middle of the row. L is facing south and is an immediate neighbour of K and O.
 T sits second to the right of Q.
Set – 95:
Ten Persons belongs to different states i.e. Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Nagaland, Sikkim and Manipur are sitting
in two parallel rows containing five persons each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row-1 Rajesh, Vidya,
Surya, Prakash and Deepika are seated (not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. In row-2 Sanjay, Dinesh, Balaram, Janani
and Kaushik are seated (not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. Therefore in the given seating arrangement each member
seated in row faces another member of the other row. All of them have relation with each other.
Only one person sits between Surya’s wife and Rajesh’s brother. Only two persons sit between Surya’s father and Janani’s father. Dinesh’s
father sits at one of the end. Neither Vidya nor Janani’s grandfather faces Janani. Dinesh belong to Haryana and Vidya is neither belongs to Assam
nor Manipur. Janani’s husband, who belongs to Karnataka, sits third to the right of Janani’s uncle. Sanjay sits second to the left of Janani’s
husband. Rajesh has two sons. The person facing Janani’s brother, who belongs to Gujarat, sits immediate right of Rajesh’s daughter-in-law.
Deepika is the grandmother of Sanjay and Janani. Prakash is the brother-in-law of Deepika. Surya is the father of Sanjay and Husband of Vidya. Sanjay
’s grandfather, who belongs to Assam, is not an immediate neighbour of Vidya. Kaushik is the husband of Janani and brother of the one, who belongs
to Maharashtra. Janani belongs to Kerala and Deepika belongs to Sikkim. Surya neither belongs to Nagaland nor Bihar. Balaram belongs to
Maharashtra. Prakash does not belong to Bihar.
Set – 96:
Eight different people, viz K, L, M, N, V, W, X and Y are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each of
them likes a different brand of clothes, viz Nautica, Chemistry, Zara, Mango, Puma, Adidas, Zodiac and Park Avenue but necessarily in the same order.
Only three people sit between X and the one who likes Zodiac. V sits second to the right of X. The one who likes Nautica sits third to the left of Y. Y
does not like Zodiac. The one who likes Zodiac is not an immediate neighbour of Y. Only three people sit between Y and the one who likes Chemistry.
W does not like Chemistry. The one who likes Puma sits on the immediate left of K. K is not an immediate neighbour of V. Only two people sit between
the ones who like Puma and Zara. M is one of the immediate neighbours of the one who likes Zara. The one who likes Park Avenue sits on the
immediate right of L. Only three people sit between L and the one who likes Adidas.
Set – 97:
There are 8 boxes which are colored with different colors – white, pink, green, blue, yellow, red, orange and brown. Each of them contains a number
written on them from 1 to 8 according to which they are placed one above the other. The box containing number 1 is at the lowest place. Each box has
different sweets namely – Rasgulla, Laddu, Peda, Nankhatai, Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Petha and Burfi but not necessarily in the same order.
Only one box is there between pink box and the one which contains Jalebi. Number 4 is written on the brown box. The number on red colored box is
odd and is placed somewhere above the box numbered four.
There are three boxes between blue box and the one which contains Gulab Jamun. The number written on Green box is odd and is placed above the
box which contains Gulab Jamun.The box which contains Petha is placed immediately above orange colored box, which contains neither Gulab jamun
nor Rasgulla. The yellow box does not contain Petha. There are three boxes placed between orange and white boxes. The box which contains Burfi is
placed immediately above the one which contains Laddu, but not at the topmost position. Only one box is there between red colored box and the one
which contains Peda. The number of boxes placed above red colored box is same as the number of boxes placed between blue and red colored boxes.
Only one box is there between the one which contains Burfi and brown colored box. Two boxes are placed between green colored box and the one
which contains Rasgulla.
Set – 98:
Six persons Mukesh, Ashok, Gayathri, Praveen, Jalal and Rakesh are sitting in row – I facing South but not necessarily in the same order and each of
them is working in a different private banks among Bandhan Bank, IndusInd Bank, Yes Bank, Lakshmi Vilas Bank, Hdfc Bank and Axis Bank. Six persons
Hasini, Ramya, Krishna, Naveen, David and Sankar are sitting in row – II facing north but not necessarily in the same order and each of them is working
in a different private banks among Federal Bank, IDFC Bank, Nainital Bank, South Indian Bank, Karnataka Bank and ICICI Bank. Each person in one row
faces exactly one person from the other row.
Mukesh is third from the left end and is opposite the person who is to the immediate right of the South Indian Bank employee. The South Indian Bank
employee is opposite the person who is to the immediate left of the Yes Bank employee. The Federal Bank employee and the Lakshmi Vilas Bank
employee sit at right ends in their respective rows. Gayathri is a Lakshmi Vilas Bank employee, and is adjacent to Jalal. Praveen sits opposite Ramya
and to the left of Mukesh but does not sit at any extreme. Ashok is not adjacent to Praveen but opposite Hasini. The ICICI Bank employee sits neither
at an end nor opposite Mukesh, but sits to the right of Hasini. The Nainital Bank employee is adjacent to neither the IDFC Bank employee nor the
Karnataka Bank employee. Naveen sits at an end. Krishna is opposite the IndusInd Bank employee but sits at neither end. David is opposite the Hdfc
Bank employee and the Bandhan Bank employee is second to the right of the Axis Bank employee. The Karnataka Bank employee is not adjacent to
Hasini.
Set – 99:
There are 4 students – A, B, C and D who are studying in 4 different streams of Engineering – IT, Electrical, Chemical, and Computer but not necessarily
in the same order. Each of them belongs to a different state, ie Haryana, UP, Punjab and Gujarat, but not necessarily in the same order.
They have taken part in different competitions – Painting, Sketching, Dancing and Singing but not necessarily in the same order. They like different
colors – Red, Green, Blue and Yellow, but not necessarily in the same order.
The one who likes Red color took part in Painting. But he is not B. The one who likes Yellow color took part in dancing. The one who belongs to UP took
part in singing while the one who studied Chemical stream took part in sketching. A and B studied in neither Chemical nor Electrical streams. They like
neither Green nor Blue color. They belong neither to Gujarat nor to UP. The one who studied in IT stream does not belong to Punjab. The one who
belongs to UP is not D. The one who studied in Electrical stream do not like Green color. The one who belongs to Haryana do not like Red color.
Set – 100:
There are nine members in the family i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I. Each person likes different colors viz. Brown, Green, Black, Pink, Blue, Red, Yellow,
Orange and White. All members of the family have a relation with A which can be defined as Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Wife, Daughter, Son, and

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Brother-in-law but not in the same order. They are seating around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing
towards the center while others are facing away from the center.
A s othe is seati g o the i ediate ight of the othe of A s siste a d the oth fa e the sa e di e tio . I is othe of A s daughte . I s fathe
likes G ee olo . H has a siste . The othe of A s so is E a d sits se o d to the left of the a ied so of A s fathe . F s daughte -in-law likes White
color. A is facing away from the center. F is a male. A s fathe sits thi d to the ight A s daughte . Eithe I o H sits thi d to the left of the othe of C,
but both I and H face the same direction.
A s othe a d siste likes Bla k a d B o olo espe ti el . G is ot fathe of H. I t o ge e atio s, the members of the same generation are sitting
i ediate e t to ea h othe a d fa e the sa e di e tio . A s fathe does ot like O a ge o Yello olo . F s g a dso likes Pink color. B is a female
and of the same generation as of A. G sits on the immediate left of the g a ddaughte of A s fathe . The o e, ho is the ife of F likes Yello olo . A s
brother-in-la eithe likes O a ge olo o lue olo . A s fathe does t sit i ediate e t to his hild e . G is fa i g the e t e and is second to
the right of A. B sits second to the left of F. No three members seating together can face the same direction.

SOLUTIONS
Set – 1:
Person Month Year
Gaurav June 1994/1993
Optimus August 1990
Dixit April/July 1991
Fighter May 1992
Abhivnav April/July 1993/1994
Nirmal March 1995
Set – 2:

Set – 3:
Person Sunsign Laptop Religion
Swati Virgo Lenovo Hindu
Sekhar Pisces Samsung Muslim
Sonu Aries Hp Muslim
Sandeep Taurus Dell Muslim
Sarman Cancer Sony Muslim
Shenaz Leo iball Hindu
Shiny Gemini Apple Hindu
Set – 4:

Set – 5:
Sunsign Flower Class
Aries Rose II
Leo Tulip III
Virgo Jasmine IV
Taurus Orchid I
Libra Marigold VI
Cancer Daisy V
Set – 6:

Set – 7:
Floor Music Car
9 Country BMW
8 Opera Pagani
7 Metal Audi
6 Blue Acura

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5 Techno Mazela
4 Rock Buick
3 Jazz Jaguar
2 Punk Bentle
1 Pop Bugatti
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PERSON FLOOR COLOUR
PIYUSH VI YELLOW
QASIM IX BLUE
RUCHI I GREY
SONALI IV ORANGE
TABU II WHITE
MOBA VII GREEN
NIDHI V RED
OKRAM VIII BLACK
JUSTIN III PINK
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5TH S(PUNJAB), Q(BIHAR), R(MAHARASHTRA)
TH
4 W (ASSAM), T(DELHI)
RD
3 X (RAJASTHAN)
2ND P (MADHYA PRADESH/KERALA), U (GUJARAT)

1st Y (GOA)
Ground floor V (KERALA/MADHYA PRADESH)
Set – 22:
A GEOGRAPHY AIIMS RELIANCE JIO

B SOCIOLOGY DU VODAFONE

C ENGLISH DU AIRCEL

D PHYSICS MU AIRTEL

E SOCIOLOGY PU VODAFONE

F ZOOLOGY MU AIRCEL

G BOTANY DU RELIANCE JIO

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A(m)-X-English
B(f)-Y-science
C(f)-X-history
D(m)-Y-polity
E(m)-Y-science
F(m)-Z-urdu
G(f)-Z-history
Set – 31:

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Pawan Cola Red Doctor Painting
Ashish Cola Blue Engineer Reading
Rajan Cola Green Artist Gardening
Raju Cola White Musician Netsurfing
Tango Lemonade Yellow Architect Dancing
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Position Person Destination Colour
1 Chitrath Surat Yellow
2 Gaurav/Apoorve/Sahil Goa Red
3 Adarsh Cuttack White
4 Sonalin Ajmer Black
5 Gaurav/Apoorve/Sahil Bhopal Blue
6 Gaurav/Apoorve/Sahil Lucknow Green
Set – 39:
Order of arrival 1 2 3 4 5

Name Archana Chellamma Dhenuka Helen Shahnaz


Amount spent Rs.2234 Rs.1139 Rs.1193 Rs.1340 Rs.2517
Set – 40:

Set – 41:
Person Idli Vada Chutney
Ignesh 6 6 Yes
Bimal 8 4 No

Sandeep 1 0 No
Mukesh 4 2 No

Daljit 5 1 Yes
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A F C B E G D H
Set – 60:
Floor Person Car
7 Shyam I20
6 Ram Nano
5 Babita Audi
4 Geeta Mercedes
3 Sita I10
2 Kavita BMW
1 Ghanshyam Swift
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Person Bank City
T CBI Ranchi

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U ICICI Bhopal
V SBI Ranchi
W IOB Bhopal
X OBC Patna
Y Axis Bank Patna
Z BOI Patna
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Name Car Place Day
Isha Alto Dwarka Tuesday
Swati WagonR Varanasi Tuesday
Ravi Scorpio Varanasi Wednesday
Mohan Alto Dwarka Tuesday
Ruchi Alto Agra Wednesday
Raj Alto Varanasi Monday
Sohan Alto Varanasi Monday
Rani Scorpio Agra Monday
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Person Standard Subject
A 5th Maths
C 5th Marathi
D 6th Economics
E 6th Civics
I 7th History
B 7th Hindi/English
G 7th Hindi/English
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Floor Person Subject Car
8 T Business Alto
7 P Geography I20
6 V Economics Brio
5 Q Computer Swift
4 S Physics Baleno
3 U Accounts Fbia
2 W Chemistry Santro
1 R Biology Renault
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Family tree:

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