# IBPS PO-Main Exam Questions and answers

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IBPS PO Main exam consists of below sections

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 Directions (17-21) : Study the information and answer the given questions. In a certain code language, 'capital cities are crowded’ is written as ‘ju sh pi be' ‘crowded cities create chaos’ is written as ‘sh be nt ro’ ‘huge industries create capital’ is written as ‘db ju nt ka’ ‘industries are huge chaos’ is written as ‘ka pi ro db’ (All the codes are two letter codes)
21). What is the code for 'capital' in the given code language?
 A). pi B). ju C). sh D). be E). db
 Directions (22-25) : Study the following information to answer the given questions. S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. some of them are facing south while some are facing North. S sits fourth to the left of X. X sits at one of the extreme ends of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of S face south. T sits second to the left of Z. Z is not an immediate neighbour of S. Neither Z nor U sits at the extreme end of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of U face north. W sits to the immediate left of Y. Immediate neighbours of V face opposite directions (i.e. if one neighbour of V faces north then the other faces south and vice versa.) Immediate neighbours T face opposite directions (i.e. if one neighbour of T faces north 3 then the other faces south and vice versa. People sitting at the extreme ends 'face the same directions (i.e. if one person faces north then the other also faces north and vice versa.)
22). Which of the following pairs represents immediate neighbours of the persons seated at the two extreme ends of the line?
 A). Y, Z B). T, Y C). W, T D). U, Z E). S, T
23). How many persons are seated between T and X?
 A). Four B). More than four C). One D). Three E). Two
24). If each of the persons is made to sit in alphabetical order from right to left, the positions of how many will remain unchanged as compared to the original seating arrangement?
 A). One B). Two C). Four D). None E). Three
25). Who amongst the following sits exactly between Z and T?
 A). U B). V C). Y D). X E). W

26). Statement: Company A has approached the government with a proposal to build road and other infrastructure for providing transport facilities in area X.
Which of the following could possibly lead the government to turn down the proposal forwarded by Company A?

 A). Residents of Area X and its adjoining areas have to walk for several kilometres to seek transport facilities. B). Company B which had undertaken similar projects earlier had failed to build good quality roads in the area. C). Although. Area X is in dire need of road and infrastructure facilities, any company which undertook would not make huge profits in the long run. D). Area x is a land with very low economic productivity and negligible residents. E). Area X is the unofficial hub for transportation of agriculture goods from State A to State B.
27). If in the word EQUALITY. the positions of the first and the fifth letters are interchanged; similarly the positions of the second and the sixth letters are interchanged and so on. Which letter will be third from the right end?
 A). I B). U C). Q D). L E). Y
 Directions (28-32) : In these questions, three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. 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 foIIows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer : If both conclusions I and II are true If neither conclusion I nor II is true If either conclusion I or II is true If only conclusion I is true If only conclusion II is true
28). Statements: No meeting is an argument. All debates are arguments. Some debates are fights.
Conclusions :
I. No fight is a meeting.
II. Some fights are meetings.

 A). If both conclusions I and II are true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If either conclusion I or II is true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
29). Statements : All hands are limbs. All' limbs are fingers. Some fingers are thumbs. Conclusions :
I. Some thumbs being limbs is a possibility.
II. All hands are fingers.

 A). If both conclusions I and II are true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If either conclusion I or II is true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
30). Statements : All teams are participants. All members are teams. No member is a captain.
Conclusions:
I. Atleast some participants are members.
II. All teams being captains is a possibilitv.

 A). If both conclusions I and II are true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If either conclusion I or II is true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
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