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Instructions
  • 1. The test comprises of 25 questions.
  • 2. The total time allocated is 45 minutes.
  • 3. There is only one correct answer to each question.
  • 4. All questions carry four marks each.
  • 5. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.
  • 6. Do not use calculators.
  • 7. Directions for answering the questions are given before each group of questions to which they apply. Read these directions carefully.
  • 8. For marking the answers, click on the oval corresponding to the answer selected by you.

  • Direction for questions Q1 to Q3

    The charts below refer to key financial data for Nestle India Ltd. For the period 1996-97 to 2001-02. All rupee values are started in rupees in crores.

    1. If debt taken by Nestle is equal to the difference between assets employed and net worth, during which year was the debt taken the second highest (for the given period)?

    • a. 1996-97
    • b. 1997-98
    • c. 1997-98
    • d. 1998-99
    • e.Not Attempted

    2. Which of the following statement is false?

    • a. The highest increase in assets employed was between the year’s 199-2000 and 2000-01.
    • b. The turn over of Nestle is nearly doubled from 1996-97 to 2001-02.
    • c. The turn over of Nestle has never decreased during the period 1996-97 to 2001-02.
    • d. The net worth of Nestle has continuously increased from 1996-97 to 2000-01.
    • e.Not Attempted

    3. If percentage utilization= (Net worth/Assets employed)*100 , the n percentage utilization is maximum in

    • a. 1996-97
    • b. 1997-98
    • c. 1998-99
    • d. 1999-2000
    • e.Not Attempted

    Direction for questions Q4 to Q7

    The number of mobile phones sold in India was 24 lakhs in 2001. The mobile phone market has been growing at the rate of 25% per annum every year since 2001.

    4. If Samsung sold 62,500 units in November 2002, by how much is its sales above the average monthly sales for the year 2002?

    • a. 16,500
    • b. 17,000
    • c. 17,000
    • d. 18,500
    • e.Not Attempted

    5. If instead of the normal growth rate , the mobile phone market experiences a rapid growth of 40% for the year 2003 over the previous year and the total market os worth Rs3,600 crore in that year , then what is the average value of a mobile phone in 2003 ? (Approximately)

    • a. Rs. 8900
    • b. Rs. 8400
    • c. Rs. 8600
    • d. can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    6. If the total market for Nokia phone is worth Rs1000 crore in 2001 , then what is the average value of Nokia mobile phone in 2002?

    • a. Rs 19,800
    • b. Rs 14,600
    • c. Rs 17,200
    • d. can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    7. If ‘Others ‘ have a share of 22% in 2003 and the normal growth rate prevails the market , what is the average number of mobile phone sold in a month by these ‘others’ companies ? (Approximately)

    • a. 825000
    • b. 69000
    • c. 72000
    • d. 62000
    • e.Not Attempted

    Direction for questions Q8 to Q11

    There are flights departing from Delhi airport to six different cities – New York , Singapore , Paris , London , Sydney and Bangkok. For every city , there are flights twice a week on two different days. Also on each day there are flights to only two different cities.
    i. New York is the only city which has flights on two consecutive days, one of which Tuesday .
    ii. Two cities whose names start with the same letter (S) have a day common. The name of the common day stats letter S.
    iii. On Saturday, there are flights to Paris & Bangkok.
    iv. London has its flights on Monday and Thursday.
    v. Bangkok and Singapore have a day common
    vi. There are no flights on Friday.

    8. Apart from London, which other city has its flight on Monday?

    • a. Singapore
    • b. Bangkok
    • c. New York
    • d. None of the above
    • e.Not Attempted

    9. On which common day, are these flights to Bangkok and Singapore?

    • a. Tuesday
    • b. Wednesday
    • c. Thrusday
    • d. None of the above
    • e.Not Attempted

    10. Sydney has its flight on

    • a. Tuesday & Sunday
    • b. Thrusday & Wednesday
    • c. Monday & Sunday
    • d. Cant be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    11. The consecutive days on which New York has its flights are

    • a. Monday & Sunday
    • b. Tuesday & Wednesday
    • c. Tuesday & Monady
    • d. cant be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    Direction for questions Q12 to Q14

    Seven Friends A, B, C , D ,E , F and G are sitting in a row next to each other . B and D are sitting at the extreme positions. G is sitting to the immediate right of C. There are as many people sitting to the left of A as to his right. E and F are sitting adjacent to each other.

    12. If C is sitting to the immediate right of B, then who is sitting to the immediate left of D?

    • a. E
    • b. F
    • c. C
    • d. can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    13. If D and E are sitting at positions 1 and 3 from left, then who is sitting to the immediate right of A?

    • a. F
    • b. G
    • c. C
    • d. can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    14. If G is sitting to the immediate left of A , then how many distinct sitting arrangements is/are possible ?

    • a. 1
    • b. 2
    • c. 3
    • d. 4
    • e.Not Attempted

    Direction for questions Q15 to Q18

    The following data is known about the number of people attending a training session on change members and on customer satisfaction

    15. The minimum number of employees having a work experience of 3 to 5 years and who have attended at least one of the training program is

    • a. 225
    • b. 275
    • c. 100
    • d. cant be determined
    • e. Not Attempted

    16. The minimum number of employees (for all three categories mentioned above ), who have attended at least one of the training program is

    • a. 385
    • b. 305
    • c. 590
    • d. cant be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    17. How many employees, we can surely say, have attended neither of the two training program?

    • a. 0
    • b. 10
    • c. 50
    • d. can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    18. What percentage of employees has attended at least one of the training programs?

    • a. 100 %
    • b. 98.33%
    • c. 91.66%
    • d. Can’t be determined
    • e.Not Attempted

    Direction for questions Q19 to Q25

    Mark the answer as
    a. if the question can be answered by one of the statement alone, but cant be answered by using the other statement alone .
    b. if the question can be answered by either statement alone.
    c. if the question can be answered only by using both the statements.
    d. if the question can not be answered.

    19. If the breadth of a rectangle is decreased by 1 unit and length is increased by 3 units, the area remains the same . What is the area of the rectangle?
    1. If the breadth is decreased by 1 unit and length is increased by 3 units, the area remains the same
    2. If the length is increased by 2 unit and breadth is increased by 3 units, the area gets doubled.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    20. Everytime her grandmother visits hydrabd, shivmala goes to a movie provided she is also in hydrabad . how manymovies would shivmala have seen in 1995 ?
    1. Shivmala’s grandmother visits Hydrabad once and only once every month.
    2. Shivmala was in Hydrabad for the whole of 1995 , except for the complete month of December.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    21. A boy plucked 15 mangoes in 4 days . on the first day , he plucked 4 mangoes . Find the number of mangoes plucked on each day ( ignoring the order in which they were plucked ) , if every day at least one mango was plucked.
    1. The number of mangoes plucked on each of the remaining days was old.
    2. On no two days were an equal number of mangoes plucked.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    22. A certain English word has three vowels (not necessarily distinct). What is the number of O’s in the word?
    1. The word has two vowels in common with the word – dinner.
    2. The word has no letter common with the word - republic day.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    23. Are the roots of ax2+bx+c=0 , reciprocal of each other ?
    1. a = c and b = (a2+1)
    2. a = (1/c)

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    24. If x+2y+3z=8 and 2x+3y+z=5 , find the values of x, y and z.
    1. x , y , z are non-negative integers.
    2. X , y , z have distinct values.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

    25. Find the positive integer N.
    1. Sum of all the factors of N, excluding itself, is 56.
    2. The total number of factors N has is 4.

    • a. a
    • b. b
    • c. c
    • d. d
    • e.Not Attempted

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