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Re: Question paper for Executive Posts in IDBI
As you want Question Papers and Syllabus for Executive Post ion IDBI Bank, so here I am providing following: IDBI Bank Executive Sample Question Paper 1 Which of the following is most similar in meaning to sad: A: happy B: tears C: unhappy D: cry E: None of these Find the two statements that together prove that: 1: Kelly has long hair. 2: Rachael has brown hair. 3: Rachael is ten years old. 4: Kelly’s hair is the same colour as Rachael’s. 5: Rachael has short hair. Which of the following is most similar in meaning to particular: A: special B: simple C: careful D: specific E: obvious Question 3 In a foreign language MISD KUMP GOTH means MERRY CHRISTMAS DAD. GOTH WUIM FREK KUMP means DAD IS MERRY TODAY. KOMP WUIM FREK KUMP means MUM IS MERRY TODAY. Which word means CHRISTMAS? A: MISD B: GOTH C: KUMP D: WUIM E: FREK Question 4 Find the two statements that together prove that: Sandy is a country music singer. 1: Sandy sings in a band. 2: Sandy likes country music the best. 3: Difficult music such as country and classical require a strongly trained voice. 4: Sandy’s band plays country songs. 5: Sandy has attended singing lessons for many years. A: 1 & 3 B: 2 & 5 C: 3 & 5 D: 1 & 4 E: 3 & 4 Question 5 AIRCRAFT is to TRANSPORT as NEWSPAPER is to: A: typing B: publishing C: editor D: newsroom E: media Question 6 Jordan’s cat is bigger than Amy’s cat, but is smaller than Jenna’s cat. Fiona’s cat is the same size as Wendy’s cat, which is bigger than Amy’s cat, but smaller than Jordan’s. If bigger cats are faster, but smaller cats are more obedient, which of the following lists the fastest and most obedient cat? A: Fiona & Jenna B: Amy & Jordan C: Wendy & Jenna D: Jenna & Amy E: None 1. Cost of 3 cricket balls = cost of 2 pairs of leg pads cost of 3 pairs of leg pads = cost of 2 pars of glovers cost of 3 pairs of glovers=cost of 2 cricket bat if a cricket bat costs Rs.54, what is the cost of a cricket ball? Ans : Rs.16 2. If by selling an article for RS.100, a man gains Rs.15 then his gain percent is Ans 17 (11/17)% 3. What is the loss percent if a man loses Rs.10 on selling and article for Rs.100? 4. A shopkeeper sold an article for Rs.2564.36. Approximately what was his profit percent if the cost price of the article was Rs.2400? 5. When a commodity is sold for Rs.34.80 there is a loss of 25% what is the cost price of the cost price of the commodity? Ans 7 6. A man sold an article for Rs.247.50, thereby gaining 12 ½% . The cost of the article was. Rs.220 7. A retailer buys a radio for Rs.225. His overhead expenses are Rs.15 he sells the radio for Rs.300. The profit percent of the retailer is ………. Ans25 8. A shopkeeper bought an article for Rs.319.60. Approximately at what price should he sell the article to make 25% profit ans Rs.400 9. If the selling price of an article is 4/3 times its cost price, the profit percent is ans…. 33 1/3 10. There would be 10% loss if a to is sold at RS.10.80 per piece. At what price should it be sold to earn a profit of 20% ans…Rs.14.40 11. By selling an article for Rs.19.50 a dealer makes a profit of 30% by how much should he increase his selling price so as to make a profit of 40% ans….Rs.1.50 12. Rahim buys mangoes at the rate of 3kg for Rs.21 and sells them at 5kg for Rs.50. To earn Rs.102 as profit, he must sell. Ans 34kg 13. If books bought at prices ranging from Rs.200 to Rs.350 are sold at prices ranging from Rs.300 to Rs.425, what is the greatest possible profit that might be made in selling eight books? ans Rs.1800 14. The cost price of 20 articles is the same as selling price of 15 articles. The profit percent in the transaction is ans : 33 1/3 15. A amn sells 320 mangoes at the cost price of 400 mangoes. His gain perecent is Ans, 25% 16. If the cost price of 12 tables is equal to the selling price of 16 tables, the loss percent is ans 25% 17. If the selling price of 18 articles is equal to the CP of 21 articles the loss or gain percent ans: 16 2/3 % loss 18. A man sold 250 chairs and had a gain equal to selling price of 50 chairs. His profit percent is ans: 25% 19. If by selling 100 mangoes the CP of 120 mangoes is realized the gain percent is ans 6 1/11% 20. A vendor loses the SP of 4 oranges on selling 36 oranges. His loss percent is 21. By selling a pen for Rs.15, a man loses one sixteenth of what it costs him. The cost of the pen is Rs.16 22. By selling an article, sheetal earned a profit equal to 1/4th of the price he bought it. If he sold it for Rs.375 what was the cost price ans RS.300 23. A shopkeeper on selling a pen for Rs.10, loses 1/11 of what it costs him. His cost price is ans 11. 24. A fruit seller purchases oranges at the rate of 3 for Rs.5 and sells them at 2 for Rs.4. His profit in the transaction is ans 20% 25. If I purchased 11 books for Rs.10 and sold all the books at the rate of 10 books for Rs.11, the profit percent is ans 21% IDBI Bank Executive Syllabus Reasoning General English Quantitative aptitude Syllabus same as Bank Clerk Exams.
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