UPSSSC VDO Solved Paper- 22 DEC 2018

Q61 If in the word ‘VICTORYPLAN’, all the consonants are first arranged alphabetically, and then all the vowels are arranged alphabetically, which letter will be the second to the right of the fourth from the left?
(A) T
(B) R
(C) V
(D) Y

Q62 In a certain code language, the following symbols represent the time in a clock as follows:
% means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 2
+ means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 5
? means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 3
< means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 4 > means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 12
~ means either the hour hand or the minute hand is at 8
Note: If two symbols are given, then by default, the first symbol is considered the hour hand and second one is considered as the minute hand; all times are considered at PM. For example, <~ = 4 : 40 PM.
Train D that travels at a uniform speed of 10 m/s leaves Agra for Lucknow at %< and train F travels to Agra from Lucknow and starts the journey at %~. Train F travels one-third faster than train D. At what time would both the trains meet each other if the distance between Agra and Lucknow is 138 km?
(A) <~
(B) +<
(C) <%
(D) +?

Q63 In a certain code language,
‘bad time to purchase’ is written as ‘hi bo nj yz’;
‘invest money and efforts’ is written as ‘hi ta ge mr’;
‘purchase bad stuff only’ is written as ‘yz bo rd fp’; and
‘only energy and money’ is written as ‘ta fp mr ux’.
What is the code for ‘invest efforts to energy’ in the given code language?
(A) hi bo mr fp
(B) ta nj yz rd
(C) ta fp ux nj
(D) ux ge nj hi

Q64 In a certain code, LONGER is written as QDFMNK. How will TIGER be written as in that code?
(A) QDIHS
(B) QDFHS
(C) QFFJU
(D) QDFIS

Q65 Study the given information carefully and answer the question that follows:
‘M + L’ means ‘L is son of M’
‘M × L’ means ‘L is father of M’
‘L % M’ means ‘L is son-in-law of M’
‘M – L’ means ‘L is wife of M’
‘L * M’ means ‘M is brother of L’
‘L # M’ means ‘M is the only sister of L’
Which two symbols will come in place of the question marks in the following equation to show that E is the wife of X?
X % P – C ? D ? E
(A) × and +
(B) + and –
(C) + and #
(D) Either × and + or + and #

Q66. Study the given information carefully and answer the question that follows.

When Mandira Singh tops in her MBBS course, she becomes the 7th member of her family to join the Medical profession. All other family members, namely Tanmay, Neerja, Monnish, Sanchit, Ruchika and Vinita, is working at Sawai Man Singh Hospital as doctors, and Mandira Singh, who is the youngest of the third generation, is all set to join them. In this family of three generations, there are two pairs of couples and two pairs of brothers and sisters.

There are three Oncologists, two Dentists, one Physician and one Neurologist in the family. No female in the family is an Oncologist. Vinita is not a Neurologist. No married person in the family is a Dentist. Tanmay is the son of Neerja, while Sanchit is the son of Monnish, whose wife is Vinita. Monnish is an Oncologist. Monnish and Vinita are the eldest couple in the family. Mandira Singh is the daughter of Sanchit, while Ruchika is the sister-in-law of Neerja.

Who among the following is a Physician?
(A) Mandira Singh
(B) Neerja
(C) Vinita
(D) Ruchika

Q67. Study the given information carefully and answer the question that follows.
In the Kasam family of three generations,
there are eight members — A, B, C, D, E,
F, G and H. C is G’s daughter-in-law. E is
B’s only grandchild. D is one of E’s two
maternal uncles. G and D, one of whom
is male, are the children of B. F is the father
of D. H is G’s husband.

Which of the following statements is true?

(A) There are two males in the second generation.
(B) A is the sister-in-law of H.
(C) There are equal number of males and females in the family.
(D) C is the granddaughter-in-law of F.

Q68 The words in the given word-pair share acertain relationship. Select the option in which the word-pair share the same relationship. Rat: Rodent
(A) Bee : Apiary
(B) Sailor : Ship
(C) Whale : Mammal
(D) Nomads : Horde

Q69 Consider the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.
Statements:
1. Some rats are white.
2. Some white are pigs.
3. All pigs are blue.
4. No pig is a donkey.
5. All donkeys are tall.
Conclusion:
i. Some tall are not pigs.
ii. Some rats are pigs.
iii. All blue being donkeys is a possibility.
(A) Only i follows.
(B) Only i and ii follow.
(C) Only ii and iii follow.
(D) Only ii follows.

Q70 The production of Sugarcane by six states in India in the year 2016 is given in the following graph.

Which of the following states contributes less than 20  per  cent  to  the  total Sugarcane production?
(A) Only GJ
(B) GJ and AP
(C) GJ, AP and TN
(D) GJ, MH, AP and MP

Q71. The following line graph depicts the percentage of the number of candidates who qualified CAT examination out of the total number of candidates who appeared for  the  examination  from  Mithun Institution over a period of 7 years from 1994 to 2000.

If the number of candidates who qualified in 1998 was 21200, what was the number of candidates who appeared in 1998?
(A) 32000
(B) 28500
(C) 26500
(D) 25000

Q72 Exports  from  three  companies (X, Y and Z) over the years (in  Rupees crores) are given the following line graph. Study the graph and answer the question that follows.

For which of the following pairs of years were the total exports from the three companies combined equal?
(A) 1995 and 1998
(B) 1996 and 1998
(C) 1997 and 1998
(D) 1995 and 1996

Q73 Read the given question and decide which of the following statements is/are sufficient to answer the question.
Question: What is Rohan’s rank in the class?
Statements:
I. Rohan’s rank is 24 less than Nandan’s rank.
II. Archana’s rank is 38 more than Rohan’s rank; Nandan’s rank is 10 less than Archana’s rank.
(A) Statement I alone is sufficient.
(B) Statement II alone is sufficient.
(C) Either statement I or II is sufficient.
(D) Both statements I and II together are not sufficient.

Q74. Read the given question and decide which of the following statements is/are sufficient to answer the question.
Question:

Mittal has a building in Ayyappa Society, Madhapur, which has five floors named from no. 1 to 5 in such a way that lowermost floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 5. Five members live at different floors of the building, namely Rama, Lina, Tina, Charu and Anita, but not necessarily in the same order. Also, these five work in different companies, namely A, B, C, D and E. Tina stays on floor no. 2 and works in company D, and Charu stays on floor no. 5. Also, the one who stays on floor no. 1 works in company A. Then, who lives on floor no. 3 and in which company does she/he work?
Statements:
I. Neither Lina nor Anita works in company A.
II. One who lives on floor no. 3 works in company C.
III. Anita does not work in company C.
(A) Statement I and II together are sufficient.
(B) Any two statements together are sufficient.
(C) Either statement I and II together or statement II and III together are sufficient.
(D) All the statements, I, II and III together, are sufficient .

Q75 Read the given question and decide which of the following statements is/are sufficient to answer the question.
Question:
There are five Oil Refining companies in India, namely A, B, C, D and E. Production of which of these companies is the highest?
Statements:
I. Production of Company B is more than that of Company A but not more than that of Company E.
II. Production of Company C is more than that of Company B but not as much as that of Company D.
III. Production of Company E is not as much as that of Company D.
(A) Statements I and II together are sufficient.
(B) Any two statements together are sufficient.
(C) Either statements I and II together or statement III alone is sufficient.
(D) All the statements, I, II and III together, are sufficient.

Q76 Read the given statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement:
The government decided to pay a compensation of Rupees 5 lakhs to the family members of those who were killed in the boat accident in the Godavari at Pasuvullanka.Assumptions:
I. Government treasury has enough funds to fulfill the compensation expenses.
II. The government can try to bring down the incidents of boat accidents in the future in that area.
(A) Only assumption I is implicit.
(B) Only assumption II is implicit.
(C) Either assumption I or II is implicit.
(D) Neither assumption I nor II is implicit.

77 Consider the given statement to be true and decide which of the conclusions logically follows from the statement.
Statement:
Use ‘Calvin Klein’ jeans. Nothing comes between me and my Calvins. — An advertisement.
Conclusions:
I. Catchy slogans do not attract people.
II. People like dark shades of jeans.
(A) Only conclusion I follows.
(B) Only conclusion II follows.
(C) Either conclusion I or II follows.
(D) Neither conc lusion I nor II follows

Q78 Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments is/are strong.
Statement:
Should officers of nationalized banks be transferred after 1 or 2 years?
Arguments:
I. Yes. They get friendly with local people and are manipulated by them.
II. No. By the time their policies and schemes start taking shape, they have to leave.
III. No. This will create a lot of administrative hassles and cause a lot of inconvenience to the officers.
(A) Only argument I is strong.
(B) Only argument II is strong.
(C) Only arguments II and III are strong.
(D) Only arguments I and III are strong.

Q79 Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments is/are strong.
Statement:
Should all the indirect taxes in India be combined into a single Goods and Services Tax (GST)?
Arguments:
I. Yes. This will considerably simplify the tax collection mechanism and the cost of collecting tax will also reduce.
II. Yes. The manufacturers and traders will be benefited by this, which in turn will boost tax collection.
III. No. No other country has adopted such a system.
(A) Only argument I is strong.
(B) Only argument II is strong.
(C) Only arguments I and II are strong.
(D) Only argument III is strong.

Q80. Read the given information carefully and answer the question that follows.
ABC Society has kept the following conditions for the allotment of flats in their society. The applicant:
(i) Must produce domicile certificate of the State
(ii) Must be earning for a minimum of 5 years
(iii) Must be ready to pay the entire amount in 5 years’ period
(iv) Must not be the owner or co-owner (if the spouse is the owner) of another residential accommodation in that city
(v) Must not be less than 35 years of age as of 31st December 2016 In case of an applicant who satisfies all other criteria except:
A) (i) above, should be referred to the President of Town Council
B) (ii) above, but is ready to provide Aadhar card, should be referred to the Vice-Chairman of the Committee
C) (iii) above, but is a freedom fighter or an ex-serviceman or the first relation of them, should be referred to a member of the Committee.
The last date for receipt of the application was 31st December 2016. Conditions are to be fulfilled as on 31st December 2016. Based on these criteria, decide whether to allot flat or not in the following case, given to you as on 1st January 2017. Shami is planning to purchase a flat in ABC Society. He is the son of an industrialist and from another state who has set his factory in 2000 and has a domicile certificate of the state. He is ready to pay the entire amount in 4 years if required. He does not own a house in that city but his wife owns a flat there. His date of birth is 11th November 1970.

(A) Do not allot flat.
(B) Refer to the Chairman.
(C) Refer to the President.
(D) Allot flat.

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