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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 7) : Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
Following are the criteria for organising interview of such candidates as have been selected for the promotion to officer's grade from assistant grade in the PRS Industrial Group Limited:
The candidate to be called for interview must
(i) be a graduate with minimum 50% marks.
(ii) have minimum five years' experience.
(iii) have obtained at least 'C ratings in performance (speed of work) and the quality of work each during the last three years. For this five ratings A, B, C, D and E have been created on the basis of "Performance Appraisal Report" (PAR) with the lowest ratings of A and the highest ratings of E.
(iv) have obtained at least ' D ' ratings in the approach to work (dependability) and in the flexibility of work each for his/her works in the last three years. For this, seven ratings A, B,C, D, E, F and G have been formulated on the basis of "Performance Appraisal Report" with lowest ratings of A and the highest ratings of G.
However, in case of a candidate who fulfils all the criteria EXCEPT
(a)(i) above, but has passed Graduation Exam and has got ' E ' ratings in approach to work in the last three years, may be referred to the Assistant Manager (Personnel).
(b) (ii) above, but has experience of three years in clerical cadre j o b and has got at least ' D ' ratings in the quality of work for his/her works in the last three years, may be referred to the Deputy Manager (Personnel).
Based on these criteria and information provided against each candidate, decide the course of action. You are not to assume anything. If the data provided are not adequate to decide the given course of action, your answer will be "Data inadequate". All the candidates fulfil the criterion of age. 

Ramesh Dutta is a young man and laborious assistant who joined this organisation seven years ago after passing graduation with 4 5% marks. He has h a d ' D' grade for performance and ' E ' rating for the quality of work in Performance Appraisal Report for last five years. He has got ' E ' rating for dependability and ' F ' rating for flexibility in the same PAR for the same number of years.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Assistant Manager.
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2 .

Vijay Tendulkar got the highest marks in graduation among all the students of his class. One of his friends got more than 5 0% marks in graduation. He is not laborious but punctual and disciplined. Despite some of the negative characteristics, he has got the same rating for performance and quality of work for last four years as Ramesh Dutta got. He has got ' F ' rating for approach to work and ' G ' for flexibility in the PAR for last four years. He has an experience of 4 years in the clerical cadre job.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Deputy Manager.
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3 .

Renu Shukla, the wife of SK Shukla, got more than 49% marks in graduation in Science from Patna University. She joined this organisation six years ago. She got ' C , ' D', ' E ' and ' F ' ratings for performance, quality of work, dependability and flexibility respectively in PAR for the last three years.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Assistant Manager.
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4 .

Amod Deuba added feathers to his cap when he got 79% marks in graduation in commerce. He has some experience in clerical cadre too. He got ' F ' ratings in approach to work and flexibility in PAR for the last few years. He is a sportsman too.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Assistant Manager.
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5 .

Punam Singh join ed the organisation six years ago when her father G Singh got his retirement from the post of lecturer . Owing to her father 's hard labour and cooperation in her study, she succeeded in getting 62% marks in graduation. She has got ' E ' , ' D ' , 'G' and 'F' ratings for speed of work, quality, dependability and flexibility respectively in Performance Apprasal Report for four years.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Assistant Manager.
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6 .

Gopal Desai has been with the company for the last tlireeand- a-half years. For the last three years he has had 'C rating for speed of work, ' E ' rating for quality of work, and ' D ' rating for dependability and flexibility. He is doing his PG. He got 5 8% marks in graduation.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Deputy Manager.
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7 .

Ritesh Rana is also doing PG from the same university with which Gopal Desai is associated. He secured less than the required per cent of marks in graduation but fortunately got the pass marks. He has an experience of five years in clerical cadre. He has got ' C ' ratings in performance and quality in PAR for the last three years but ' G ' and ' D' ratings for dependability and flexibility respectively.

A.    if data are inadequate. B.    if not to be selected.
C.    if selected for the interview. D.    if the case is to be referred to the Assistant Manager.
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8 .

Direction (Q. 8 - 10) : In each question below, there are four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to b. at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements: a. All books are copies.
                      b. All copies are pens.
                      c. All pens are dusters.
                      d. All dusters are tables.
Conclusions: I. All books are tables.
                       II. All books are dusters.
                       III. All copies are tables.
                       IV. All tables are books.

A.    All follow except III B.    All follow except IV
C.    All follow except II D.    All follow
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9 .

Statements: a. All calculators are computers.
                      b. No computers are televisions.
                      c. No televisions are radios.
                      d. No radios are transistors.
Conclusions: I. No calculators are televisions.
                       II. No calculators are radios.
                       III. No televisions are transistors.
                       IV. No computers are radios.

A.    None follows except I B.    None follows except II
C.    None follows except III D.    All follow
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10 .

Statements: a. All glasses are frames. „
                      b. No frames are metals.
                      c. Some metals are blocks.
                      d. Some blocks are not baskets.
Conclusions: I. Some blocks are not glasses.
                       II. Some baskets are not blocks.
                       III. All baskets are blocks.
                       IV. Some glasses are not blocks.

A.    Only I follows B.    Only I and II follow
C.    Only either II or III along with I follow D.    All follow
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