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Bank PO :: Test No 168
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : X Cricket club intends to give its membership to a select few players based on the following criteria:
The player must be above 15 years and not more than 24 years of age as on 1.02.2010. He must pay Rs 25000 as entrancefee and Rs 1500 as monthly fee throughout his membership period. In case he pays Rs 50000 as additional entrance fee, the monthly payment condition is waived. In addition to this, he should satisfy at least one of the following conditions:
(I) He has won any one inter-college cricket tournament by leading his college team and has scored at least one century in college-level tournaments.
(II) He has scored at least one century and two fifties inter-university or inter-state tournaments.
(III) He has led his cricket team at college level at least thrice and has taken 10 or more wickets either by bowling or while wicket-keeping or has made aggregate 1000 runs in college level matches.
(IV) He has represented his state in national level matches at least thrice with a remarkable bowling or batting or wicket-keeping record.
(V) He has six centuries to his credit in college-level matches and is a spin or medium-fast bowler having taken at least one wicket per match in college-level matches.
(VI) He has been adjudged Man of the Match five times in college-level matches.
(VII) He has been adjudged Man of the Series on two occasions in college-level tournaments. Based on the above conditions and the data given in each of the following cases you have to take decision. You are not supposed to assume anything. All the facts are given as on 1.2.2010.

Amod Dogra started his cricket career exactly seven years ago by celebrating his thirteenth birthday. He is ready to pay Rs 25000 as entrance fee and Rs 1500 as monthly fee throughout his membership period. He is very good at cricket. His record in cricket is exemplary. He has won two inter-college tournaments by leading (in final matches only) his college team and has scored seven centuries m college-level tournaments. He is alsora good spinner and has taken 3 wickets per match in college-level matches. That is why he has succeeded in clinching Man of the Match award on five occasions in collegelevel matches.

A.    Membership should be given-satisfies I, V and VI only B.    Membership should be given-satisfies II, III andlVonly
C.    Membership should be given-satisfies I and VII only D.    Membership should not be given
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2 .

Kallu Tiwari is an excellent player of TM University. His date of birth is 2nd January 1995. He is ready to payRs 25000 as entrance fee and Rs 50000 as additional entrance fee. He has scored two centuries and one fifty in interuniversity tournaments. He has led his cricket team at college level on four occasions. He has taken 12 wickets by stumping in his role of wicket-keeper. He has represented his state in national level matches on three occasions with a remarkable wicket-keeping record.

A.    Membership should be given-satisfies I, V and VI only B.    Membership should be given-satisfies II, III and IV only
C.    Membership should be given-satisfies I and VII only D.    Membership should not be given
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3 .

Niraj Malhotra, who is 23 years old on 1st Feb 2010, has won two inter-college cricket tournaments by leading (in final match only) his college team and has scored two centuries in college-level tournaments. In those tournaments he has been adjudged as Man of the Series. He is ready to pay the scheduled entrance and additional fees.

A.    Membership should be given-satisfies I, V and VI only B.    Membership should be given-satisfies II, III and IV only
C.    Membership should be given-satisfies I and VII only D.    Membership should not be given
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4 .

Braj Kulkarni is ready to pay Rs 25000 as entrance fee and Rs 1500 as monthly fee throughout his membership period. He is not interested in paying additional entrance fee. He has led his cricket team thrice (at college level) and has scored 1200 runs in college-level matches. He has clinched Man of the Series trophy two times in college- level tournaments. His date of birth is 27 Feb 1986.

A.    Membership be given-satisfies III and VII only B.    Membership be given-satisfies III only
C.    Membership be given-satisfies VII only D.    Membership should not be given
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5 .

Marut Nandan Dubey celebrated his 16th birthday on 3rd January 2010. He is an excellent player of cricket. He has innate quality of leading. Fortunately he got four chances to lead his cricket team at college-level. He is an allrounder. He took 16 wickets in college-level matches. He has been adjudged Man of the Match five times in college-level matches. He is ready to pay the required entrance fee as well as the additional fee.

A.    Membership should not be given B.    Membership should be given-satisfies III and IV only
C.    Membership should be given-satisfies I, III and VI only D.    Membership should be given-satisfies III and VI only
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : In each question below, there are three 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 be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements: a. No toys are caps. b. Some caps are shirts, c. All pencils are caps.
Conclusions: I. Some pencils are shirts.
                      II. Some shirts are toys.
                      III. No shirts are toys. IV. No toys are shirts.

A.    Only I and IV follow B.    All follow
C.    Either II or III follows D.    None follows
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Statements: a. All oranges are bananas.
                      b. All apples are bananas.
                      c. Some bananas are grapes.
Conclusions: I. Some oranges are apples.
                       II. Some grapes are not bananas.
                       III. Some bananas are not oranges.
                       IV. Some bananas are not apples.

A.    None follows B.    All follow
C.    Only I, II and III follow D.    Only II, III and IV follow
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8 .

Statements: a. Some dogs are cows, b. Some cows are asses, c. Some asses are rats.
Conclusions: I. Some dogs are not asses.
                       II. Some dogs are asses.
                       III. Some dogs are not rats.
                       IV. Some cows are not rats.

A.    Only I follows B.    Only I, III and IV follow
C.    None follows D.    Either I or II follows
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9 .

Statements: a. All books are copies.
                      b. All copies are dusters.
                      c. All dusters are baskets.
Conclusions: I. All books are baskets.
                       II. All copies are baskets.
                       III. Some baskets are books.
                       IV. All books are dusters.

A.    None follows B.    Only I, II and III follow
C.    Only II, III and IV follow D.    All follow
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10 .

Statements: a. Only pens are copies.
                      b. All copies are pencils.
                      c. Only books are pencils.
Conclusions: I. All copies are pens.
                       II. All pens are copies.
                       III. Some books are pens.
                       IV. Some pencils are pens.

A.    All follow except IV B.    Only I, II and III follow
C.    All follow D.    None of these
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