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Vijetha Study Circle, Kurnool.

Iam pradeep kumar pariga
Completed my masters in communications,.
Presently I am working for vijetha study circle Kurnool, teaching English & computers from three years.
Coaching center for all competitive  exams
Vijetha study circle is the place where coaching will be given to almost  all the competitive exams.
It’s the best coaching center for all competitive exams,
It is giving coaching to GROUPS / POLICE / BANKS / SSC / RRB / VRO / VRA / DSC/ TTC / POLYCET / ICET / PANCHAYAT SECRETARY .
We are the only coaching center in kurnool which provides printed materials with their own experience according to the present scenario of competitive exams.
It is the only coaching center in kurnool which have most eminent staff for all the subjects.
Vijetha study circle which is the best institute for all competitive exams
Best coaching center  in Kurnool for bank exams. In the recent exams it is the only coaching center topped in all the exams..
This  Coaching center is like full extent, providing materials, offline exams and online exams
This is the only coaching center in Kurnool which provides explanations class separately after the both online and offline exams…
This coaching center is ranked the best coaching center in Kurnool,
It is the only the provider for all the competitive exams giving coaching
The faculty of this coaching center is so responsive and so qualified, and who will be there at students assistance almost all the time for clarifying doubts..
The beauty of this coaching center is, who intake limited number of students per class so as to care for the students problems regarding their preparations and their difficulties which face during their study.
The motto of this coaching center is to give its full extent service to the students without going back.

Indian Bank Exams
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In India bank jobs are one of the respectful jobs, considered as white cholor job. There are so many bank coaching centers which are providing quality coaching for bank exams. Now bank exams are also one of the toughest exams among competitive exams. There are so many ways and techniques to crack the exam, these coaching centers will give you complete information. Generally bank consists of five sections,
i)          Arithmetic
ii)        Reasoning
iii)      English
iv)      General awareness
v)        Computer awareness
In order to crack these exams, time management is very important to get success.There will be individual cut-off marks in every section. Depending on type of exam the difficulty level increases or decreases. There are so many type of exams like IBPS, SBI, SSC, RBI, RRB and so many. These exams have lot of demand because the salary package is also very high. Students who are intrested in these exams, should start their preparation from +12 or puc or intermediate as it is right time so that they will get more time for preparation. Coaching centers help a lot in providing the basics and guidance. There are so many websites which are providing lot of information on these exams,
i)          www.bankersadda.com
ii)        www.sscadda.com

There are so many books for preparation especially the Arihant series are the best series books. These books provide us three level of questions
i)          Basic level
ii)        Intermediate level
iii)      High level
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There are so many short-cut methods in Arithmetic and Reasoning subjects. Perfect time planning for preparation will lead you to succeed in these exams. Social networking websites like Youtube is also providing so many videos from various experts, teaching these subjects. Lot of materials are available online and offline. Online and offline Mobile Apps are also providing lot of information. Writing many exams is the only secret to get success in these exams. These exams are purely online exams. Generally the designation in these jobs are like
i)          Clerk
ii)        Probationary officer
iii)      Specialist officer
iv)      Examiner
v)        Statistical officer
vi)      Commercial tax officer

Students are showing much interest because these jobs are considered one of the best jobs in India. The subjects in these exams are very interesting and challenging. There are so many websites which are providing free online exams. Indian government should start coaching centers for below poverty line students for low price. Every Degree college has to introduce this coaching as a part of their cirriculum. There is much demand to the faculties who are teaching these subjects.
We Vijetha Study Circle which is located in Kurnool district , Andhra Pradesh, providing the quality coaching for all competitive exams. We are considering the best bank coaching center in kurnool . For information and queries kindly contact us , Pradeep: 9885247714


Thank you and further queries kindly contact:9885247714

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IBPS RRB NOTIFICATION got released so hurry up Bank Aspirants.

IBPS RRB ASSISTANT SYLLABUS 2017

English Language
  • Reading Comprehension 
  • Cloze Test 
  • Fillers 
  • Sentence Errors 
  • Vocabulary based questions 
  • Sentence Improvement 
  • Jumbled Paragraph 
  • Paragraph Based Questions ( Paragraph Fillers, Paragraph Conclusion, Paragraph /Sentences Restatement) 
Reasoning Ability 
  • Puzzles 
  • Seating Arrangements 
  • Direction Sense
  • Blood Relation
  • Syllogism
  • Order and Ranking
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Machine Input-Output
  • Inequalities
  • Alpha-Numeric-Symbol Series
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Logical Reasoning (Passage Inference, Statement and Assumption, Conclusion, Argument)

Quantitative Aptitude
  • Data Interpretation (Bar Graph, Line Chart, Tabular, Caselet, Radar/Web, Pie Chart)
  • Inequalities (Quadratic Equations)
  • Number Series
  • Approximation and Simplification
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Miscellaneous Arithmetic Problems (HCF and LCM, Profit and Loss, SI & CI, Problem on Ages, Work and Time, Speed Distance and Time, Probability, Mensuration, Permutation and Combination, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Partnership, Problems on Boats and Stream, Problems on Trains, Mixture and Allegation, Pipes and Cisterns)


General Awareness 
  • Banking and Insurance Awareness 
  • Financial Awareness 
  • Govt. Schemes and Policies 
  • Current Affairs 
  • Static Awareness 

Computer Knowledge
  • History and Generation of Computers 
  • Introduction to Computer Organisation 
  • Computer Memory 
  • Computer Hardware and I/O Devices 
  • Computer Software 
  • Computer Languages 
  • Operating System 
  • Computer Network 
  • Internet 
  • MS Office Suit and Short cut keys 
  • Basics of DBMS 
  • Number System and Conversions 
  • Computer and Network Security 

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IBPS RRB Exams, Cut Off & Syllabus

The calendar for CWE for PSBs and RRBs states the following tentative dates for recruitment examinations for the year 2017-18 in Public Sector Banks and Regional Rural Banks.
IBPS RRB EXAM PATTERN
To start a promising career in govt. banking sector IBPS recruitment is a brilliant opportunity for all aspirants. You can enter banking sector through Officer Scale recruitment of Clerical/Assistant recruitment. In both the recruitments of Clerk and Officers there are two phases on online object test- the Preliminary exam and the Mains exam for both PSBs and RRBs.

The Prelims or Preliminary exam is usually of easier level as compared to the mains exam. To crack these exams it is essential that you are skilled in the art of time and topic 
management, which you’ll acquire through rigorous practice in the right mode.

Officers’ Recruitment Exam Pattern 
Officers’ Recruitment takes place in the following 3 phases:
Phase-I : Preliminary Online Objective Test
Phase-II : Mains Test
Phase-III: Personal Interview

Office Assistant Recruitment Exam Pattern
Office Assistant’s Recruitment takes place in the following 3 phases:
Phase-I : Preliminary Online Objective Test
Phase-II : Mains Test
Phase-III: Regional Language Proficiency Test (Qualifying in nature)

Here the Preliminary Test is the qualifying test for this recruitment where the candidate has to clear the sectional cut offs and the complete cut off to get to appear in the Mains examination. The marks obtained by a candidate in the Mains exam and Personal Interview are accounted for the merit list. Each objective test of Prelims and Mains also have a negative marking of 1/4th marks of the weightage of the question, for each wrong answer. 

In 2016 IBPS removed the English Section from the Preliminary exam of IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I and Office Assistant. This is a major plus point for the candidates who are not fluent in English Language and following is exam pattern of online objective examination.
IBPS RRB CUT OFF
IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I Prelims exam 2016 was very easy compared to all other exams of last year and thus, its cut off was also very high, possibly the highest one in 2016. The Mains examination was of moderate level and to the surprise of many, candidates who opted for English Language scored more marks in the language section as compared to those who opted for Hindi Language as Hindi Language’s test was tougher than English. The highest final cut off was of Rajasthan – 66.20 (out of 100) and the lowest was in Karnataka-49.92

Whereas the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Mains examination was of moderate level and the highest cut off was for Punjab-69.69 (out of 100) and the lowest cut off was for Mizoram-50.03

The final cut off of IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I for some other states was:
Uttar Pradesh-59.95, West Bengal-57.70, Uttarakhand-60.60, Andhra Pradesh-56.08, and Tamil Nadu- 57.15

The final cut off of IBPS RRB Office Assistant for some other states was:
Uttar Pradesh-65.85, West Bengal-64.78, Uttarakhand-66.16, Andhra Pradesh-63.75, and Tamil Nadu- 63.94

You can get to know about cut off of all other states for RRB Office Assistant and RRB Officer Scale-I recruitment 2016 on www.bankersadda.com and the cut off mentioned here are of general or unreserved category.

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Computer Sample Questions

Computer Architecture Questions

1 : Which is not an internal part of computer ?

A : CPU B : Mouse C : Monitor D : UPS

2 : On the motherboard the connection point for chips are referred to as -

A : slots B : sockets C : ports D : lines

3 : Internal memory in a CPU is nothing but -

A : a set of registers B : a set of ALU C : microprocessor D : bus

4 : Microprocessors can be used to make -

A : computer B : digital system C : calculators D : All of these

5 : The load instruction is mostly used to designate a transfer from memory to a processor register known as

A : accumulator B : instruction register C : program counter D : memory address register

6 : The word 'computer' usually refers to the central processing unit plus -

A : external memory B : internal memory C : input devices D : output devices

7 : Which of the following is a part of CPU ?

A : Printer B : Keyboard C : Mouse D : Arithmetic and Logic Unit

8 : Control unit of a digital computer is often called the

A : clock B : nerve centre C : Both (a) and (b) D : IC

9 : 'C' in CPU denotes

A : Common B : Central C : Convenient D : Computer

10 : The Central Processing Unit (CPU) in a computer consists of

A : input, output, and processing B : control unit, primary storage and secondary storage

C : control unit, arithmetic logic unit, registers D : None of the above

11 : A group of bits that tells the computer to perform a specific operation is known as

A : instruction code B : micro operation C : accumulator D : register

12 : The communication line between CPU memory and peripherals is called a

A : bus B : line C : media D : All of these

13 : The first microprocessor was

A : Intel 4004 B : 8080 C : 8085 D : 4008

14 : Memory unit that communicates directly with the CPU is called the

A : main memory B : secondary memory C : auxiliary memory D : register

15 : Where does computer add and compare data?

A : Hard disk B : Floppy disk C : CPU chip D : Memory chip

16 : The control unit controls other units by generating

A : control signals B : timing signal C : transfer signal D : command signal

17 : Pipeline strategy is called implement

A : instruction execution B : instruction prefetch C : instruction decoding D : instruction manipulation

18 : When machine instructions are being executed by a computer the instruction phase followed by the execution phase is referred to as

A : program cycle B : machine instruction C : instruction cycle D : task cycle

19 : CPU can directly understand this language

A : C B : Assembly C : Machine language D : Java

20 : Which computer memory is used for storing programs and data currently being processed by the CPU?

A : Mass memory B : Internal memory C : Non-Volatile memory D : PROM

21 : The most frequently used instruction of a computer program are likely to be fetched from

A : hard disk B : cache memory C : RAM D : ROM

22 : The main circuit-board of the system unit is

A : computer program B : control unit C : motherboard D : RAM

23 : Following are the names of motherboard except

A : system board B : main board C : planar board D : computer board

24 : The central processing unit is an example of

A : peripheral B : output unit C : software D : hardware

25 : The types of input include

A : data B : programs C : commands D : All of these

26 : CPU Stands for

A : Computer Processing Unit B : Central Processing Unit C : Computer Protection Unit D : Central Processing Upload

27 : The basic goal of computer process is to convert the data into

A : files B : tables C : information D : graphs

28 : Arithmetic logic unit and control sections have special purpose locations called

A : registers B : RAM C : BIOS D : I/O

29 : .......... selects, interprets and executes instructions in a CPU.

A : Control unit B : ALU C : Memory D : Storage

30 : CPU retrieves its data and instruction from

A : secondary memory B : auxiliary memory C : main memory D : None of these

31 : The word data is derived from

A : Greek B : English C : Hindi D : Latin

32 : ........... is the raw facts from which ......... is derived.

A : Data, information B : Data, output C : Input, information D : Output, input

33 : `Brain' of the computer is known by

A : Arithmetic and Logical Unit (ALU) B : Control Unit (CU) C : Central Processing Unit (CPU) D : Storage Unit (SU)

34 : The system unit

A : coordinates input and output devices B : is the container that housed electronic components

C : is a combinations of hardware and software D : controls and manipulates data

35 : ....... is the process of carrying out commands.

A : Fetching B : Storing C : Decoding D : Executing

36 : This component is required to process data into information and consists of integrated circuits.

A : Hard Disk B : RAM C : CPU D : ROM

37 : Pick the one that is used for logical operations or comparisons such as less than, equal to or greater than.

A : ALU B : CU C : Input Unit D : MU

38 : The ........ is responsible for performing calculations and contains decision-making mechanisms.

A : CPU B : MU C : ALU D : CU

39 : CPU comprises of control unit, memory unit and ..... units.

A : microprocessor B : arithmetic and logical unit C : ROM D : RAM

40 : Which of the following memory chips is programmed during the manufacturing process?

A : RAM B : ROM C : PROM D : EEPROM

41 : Which of the following components is the most essential for the computer system to work?

A : Input system B : Output system C : Storage system D : CPU

42 : A(n) ...... device is any device that provides information, which is sent to the CPU.

A : input B : output C : CPU D : memory

43 : Which of the following controls the machine cycle?

A : Control unit B : Memory unit C : Logical unit D : Arithmetical unit

44 : Which of the following executes the computer commands?

A : Arithmetic unit B : Logic unit C : Both `1' and `2' D : Control unit

45 : The machine cycle includes

A : fetch B : decode C : execute D : All of these

46 : ALU is

A : Acess Logic Unit B : Array Logic Unit C : Application Logic Unit D : Arithmetic Logic Unit s

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Computer Memory Questions

1 : USB refers to

A : a storage device B : a processor C : a port type D : a serial bus standard

2 : DVD refers to

A : Digital Video Developer B : Digital Video Device C : Digital Video Disk D : None of the above

3 : A nibble is equal to ...... bits.

A : 4 B : 8 C : 16 D : 32

4 : A byte can represent any number between 0 and

A : 2 B : 255 C : 256 D : 1024

5 : The term `gigabyte' refers to

A : 1024 bytes B : 1024 kilobytes C : 1024 megabytes D : 1024 gigabytes

6 : The technique that extends storage capacities of main memory beyond the actual size of the main memory is called

A : multitasking B : virtual storage C : multiprocessing D : multiprogamming

7 : Flash is

A : software B : hardware C : ROM D : RAM

8 : Which of the following can hold maximum data?

A : Optical disk B : Floppy disk C : Magnetic disk inside D : Magnetic tape

9 : Which storage device is mounted on `reels'?

A : Floppy disk B : Hard disk C : Magnetic tapes D : CD-ROM

10 : Which of the following memory chip is faster?

A : There is no certainty B : DRAM C : SRAM D : RAM

11 : A disk's content that is recorded at the time of manufacture and that cannot be changed or erased by the user is

A : memory - only B : write - only C : read - only D : run - only

12 : Which of the following is an example of optical disk?

A : Digital versatile disks B : Magnetic disks C : Memory disks D : Data bus disks

13 : Cache and main memory will not be able to hold their contents when the power is off. They are

A : dynamic B : static C : volatile D : non-volatile

14 : The term .......... refers to data storage systems that make it possible for a computer or electronic device to store and retrieve data.

A : retrival technology B : input technology C : output technology D : storage technology

15 : ........ is the process of dividing the disk into tracks and sectors.

A : Tracking B : Formatting C : Crashing D : Alloting

16 : Which of the following is not an access mode?

A : Random B : Sequential C : Continuous D : Direct

17 : The ........ directory is mandatory for every disk.

A : root B : bare C : sub D : care

18 : Frequently-accessed information is held in

A : hard drive B : cache memory C : flash memory D : read only memory

19 : The primary device that a computer uses to store information is

A : TV B : storehouse C : desk D : hard drive

20 : A removable magnetic disk that holds information is

A : floppy disk B : hard drive C : monitor D : portable

21 : Computer memory is normally measured in

A : kilobytes B : megabytes C : gigabytes D : terabytes

22 : In order to reproduce sound a compact disk (CD) audio player uses a

A : quartz crystal B : titanium needle C : laser beam D : barium titnate ceramic

23 : The CD-ROM drive is used to

 

A : play compact disks B : play music C : install software D : control digital information

24 : Full form of MB is

A : Micro Bytes B : Mega Bytes C : Mini Bytes D : Milli Bytes

25 : Information stored in RAM need to be

A : check B : refresh periodically C : modify D : detecting errors

26 : Memory is made up of

A : set of wires B : set of circuits C : large number of cells D : All of the above

27 : Floppy disks are organised as

A : files B : heads and folders C : tracks and sector D : All of these

28 : The storage device used to compensate for the difference in rate of flow of data from one device to another is termed as

A : chip B : channel C : floppy D : buffer

29 : Unit of storage capacity is

A : meters B : bit C : bus D : cubicmeter

30 : Which of the following is not a ROM?

A : PROM B : EPROM C : EEPROM D : EDPROM

31 : .......... is the ability of a device to `jump' directly to the required data.

A : Sequential access B : Random access C : Quick access D : All of these

32 : The ........ is the amount of data that a storage device can move from the storage to the computer per second.

A : data migration rate B : data digitising rate C : data transfer rate D : data access rate

33 : Virtual memory is

A : an extremely large main memory B : an extremely large secondary memory

C : an illusion of extremely large main memory D : a type of memory used in super computers

34 : Dynamic RAM consumed ......... power and ...... then the static RAM.

A : more, faster B : more, slower C : less, slower D : less, faster

35 : Magnetic tape is not practical for applications where data must be quickly recalled because tape is

A : a random access medium B : a sequential access medium C : a read only medium

D : fragile and easily damaged

36 : Both the ALU and control section have special purpose storage locations, called

A : address B : registers C : accumulators D : bus

37 : The capacity of 3.5 inch floppy disk is

A : 1.40 MB B : 1.44 GB C : 1.40 GB D : 1.44 MB

38 : Where are programs and data to be used by the computer available?

A : Processing unit B : Output C : Storage D : Input

39 : The difference between memory and storage is that memory is ........... and storage is

A : temporary, permanent B : permanent, temporary C : slow, fast D : non-volatile, volatile

40 : Which of the following is the magnetic storage device?

A : Hard disk B : Compact disk C : Audio tapes D : All of these

41 : ....... acts as temporary high speed holding area between the memory and the CPU thereby improving processing capabilities.

A : ROM B : RAM C : Temporary memory D : Cache memory

42 : Storage that retains its data after the power is turned off is referred to as

A : volatile storage B : non-volatile storage C : sequential storage D : direct storage

43 : Which of the following are advantages of CD-ROM as a storage media?

A : CD-ROM is an inexpensive way to shore large amount of data and information

B : CD-ROM disks retrieve data and information more quickly than magnetic disks do

C : CD-ROMs make less errors than magnetic media

D : All of the above

44 : Which of the following has the smallest storage capacity?

A : Zip disk B : Hard disk C : Floppy disk D : Data cartridge

45 : The computer abbreviation KB usually means

A : Key Block B : Kernel Boot C : Key Byte D : Kilo Byte

46 : The term bit is short for

A : megabyte B : binary language C : binary digit D : binary number

47 : 1 mega byte is equal to

A : 1000 KB B : 1024 kb C : 1024 KB D : 1000 kb

48 : ...... is the smallest memory measurement unit.

A : Bit B : Nibble C : Byte D : Mega

49 : The highest unit of information, computer can understand and process, is known as a

A : exa byte B : zetta byte C : yotta byte D : geop byte

50 : 1101, series of four bits (or binary digits) is known as

A : bit B : byte C : nibble D : input

51 : The size of any word/number in a computer is measured in

A : bits B : bytes C : meter D : litre

52 : A nibble is equal to ........... bits.

A : 16 B : 32 C : 4 D : 8

53 : Kilobyte equals to how many bytes?

A : 1000 B : 1035 C : 100 D : 1024

54 : Which of the following represents one billion characters?

A : Byte B : Giga byte C : kilobyte D : Megabyte

55 : A byte is a collection of

A : four bits B : six bits C : eight bits D : ten bits

56 : Which of the following statements is valid?

A : 1 KB = 1024 bits B : 1 MB = 2048 bits C : 1 MB = 1000 kilobits D : 1 MB = 1024 kilobytes

57 : Which of the following is the smallest measure of storage?

A : Terra byte B : Gigabyte C : Kilobyte D : Byte

58 : How many bytes are there in one gigabyte?

A : 103 bytes B : 106 bytes C : 109 bytes D : 1012 bytes

59 : The prefix kilo refers to approximately

A : one thousand B : one million C : one hundred D : one billion

60 : A collection of 8 binary digits 0's or 1's in a string format is known as

A : bit B : byte C : kilobyte D : kilobit

 
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We are expecting answers to these questions from the interested Bank Aspirants in the comment section.
 

SYLLOGISM QUESTIONS

Directions (1-5): In each of  the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numberd I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true  even if they seem to be at  variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give Answer (1) : If only conclusion I follows
Give Answer (2) : If only Conclusion II follows
Give Answer (3) : If either conclusion 1 or Conclusion II follows.
Give Answer (4) : If  neither conclusion I nor  Conclusion II follows
Give Answer (5) : If both conclusions I and II follow
1. Statements
some doors are rooms.
All rooms  are halls.
All halls are auditoriums.
Conclusions
I. Some auditoriums are doors.
II. All rooms are auditoriums.
2. Statements
Some hats are gloves.
Some gloves are socks.
All socks are shoes
Conclusions
I. Some shoes are gloves.
II. Some socks are hats.
3. Statements
All guavas are mangoes.
Some mangoes are apples.
No apple is pineapple
Conclusions
I. Some pineapples are guavas.
II. No pineapple is guava.
4. Statements
Some roads are rails.
Some rails are rivers
Some rivers are oceans.
Conclusions
I. Some roads are rivers.
II. Some rails are oceans.
5. Statements
Some pens are ink.
All sharpeners are erasers.
No eraser is ink.
Conclusions
I. Some pens are ink.
II. Some erasers are pens.
Directions (6-10): In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three statements  followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seems to be at variance from commonly know facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Read the statements and the conclusions which follow it and
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I is true.
Give answer (2) if conclusion II is true.
Give answer (3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II  are true.
6. Statements :
All erasers are pencils.
Some pencils are pens.
No pen is a paper.
Conclusions :
I. Some erasers are papers.
II. No paper is an eraser.
7. Statements :
All boxes are tables.
All windows are tables
All tables are fans.
Conclusions :
I. All windows are fans.
II. Some tables are boxes.
8. Statements :
Some poles are lights.
All lights are bulbs.
Some bulbs are wires.
Conclusions :
I. Some poles are bulbs.
II. Some lights are wires.
9. Statements :
All buildings are roads.
All roads are trucks.
All trucks are mountains.
Conclusions :
I. Some buildings are mountains
II. Some mountains are roads.
10. Statements :
Some spoons are bowls.
Some pans are both spoons and bowls.
Some forks are bowls.
Conclusions :
I. Some forks are spoons.
II. some pans are spoons.
Directions (11-15): In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from  commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions  logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II follows.
11. Statements :
All pens are papers.
Some papers are blades
All blades are knives.
Conclusions :
I. Some knives are papers.
II. Some blades are pens.
12. Statements :
All fans knives are papers.
Some televisions are channels.
Some channels are radios.
Conclusions :
I. Some fans are channels.
II. Some raidos are televisions.
13. Statements :
some roots are stems.
All stems are branches.
All banches are leaves.
Conclusions :
I. Some leaves are roots.
II. Some branches are stems.
14. Statements :
Some computers are machines.
Some machines are boards.
All boards are chalks.
Conclusions :
I. Some chalks are comkputers.
II. No chalk is computer.
15. Statements :
Some locks are keys
All keys are metals.
Some metals are cards.
Conclusions :
I. Some cards are keys.
II. Some metals are locks.
Directions (16-20) : In each of the questions  below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements  to be true  even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions  and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements  disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II follows.
16. Statements :
Some boxes are packets
Some packets are tubs.
All tubs are desks.
Conclusions :
I. Some desks are packets.
II. Some  desks are boxes.
17. Statements :
All chairs are rooms.
Some rooms are tyres.
All tyres are wheels.
Conclusions :
I. Some wheels are rooms.
II. Some rooms ar chairs.
18. Statements :
Some peans are tables.
Some tables are leaves.
Some leaves are flowers.
Conclusions :
I. Some flowers are pens.
II. Some leaves are pens.
19. Statements :
All books are mirrors.
Some mirrors are hotels.
Some hotels are buildings.
Conclusions :
I. Some buildings are mirrors.
II. No building is mirror.
20. Statements :
Some hammers are needles.
All needles are bins.
All bins are hills.
Conclusions :
I. All bins are needles.
II. Some hills are hammers.
21. Statements :
All treesa re jungles.
All jungles are rivers.
All rivers are mountains.
Conclusions :
I. Some mountains are jungles.
II. Some rivers are trees.
Directions (22-27) : In each of the questions  below are given three statements followed  by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding                commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II follows.
22. Statements :
Some spoons are pots.
All pots are cups
Some cups are cards.
Conclusions :
I. Some cards are spoons.
II. Some cups are spoons.
23.  Statements :
Some keys are locks.
Some locks are doors.
Some doors are windows.
Conclusions :
I. some windows are locks
II. Some doors are keys.
24. Statements :
Some boys are flowers
All flowers are Jungles.
All Jungles are houses.
Conclusions :
I. Some houses are flowers
II. Some houses are boys.
25. Statements :
All  buses are trains.
Some trains are coaches.
All coaches  are stations.
Conclusions :
I. Some stations are trains.
II. Some coaches are buses.
26.  Statements :
All bottles are tanks.
All tanks are drums
All drums are pipes.
Conclusions :
I. Some pipes are tanks
II. some drums are bottles.
27.  Statements :
All sticks are brushes.
No bursh is fruit.
Some fruits are trees.
Conclusions :
I. Some trees are sticks.
II. No trees is stick.
Directions (28-30) : In each of the  questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusion numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance  from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements discregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II  follows.
28. Statements :
Some trees are forests.
Some forests are houses
some houses are tents.
Conclusions :
I. Some tents are forests.
II. Some houses are trees.
29. Statements :
All cards are boxes.
No box is slate
Some siates are tiles.
Conclusions :
I. No slate is card.
II. Some tiles are boxes.
30. Statements :
Some papers are arrows.
All arrows are sticks.
Some sticks are boards.
Conclusions :
I. Some boards are papers.
II. No board is paper.
: SYLLOGISM :
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