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IBPS Clerk Prelims And IBPS PO Mains Targeted Puzzles
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table facing the centre in such a way that four of them sit at four corners of the square while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides.
(a) A sits second to the right of F. F sits in the middle of one of the sides of the table.
(b) G who does not sit at any of the corners of the table sits second to the right of D.
(c) Only two people sit between D and B (taken from one side).
(d) C is not an immediate neighbour of G.
(e) H sits second to the left of B.
(f) E is not an immediate neighbour of G or F.
Puzzle – 2
Seven conferences on Marketing, Finance, HR, Real Estate, Hospitality, Management, and Banking were scheduled to be held in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Bhopal and Chennai, on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday.
Conference on Hospitality was held in Hyderabad on Friday. Only one conference was held between conference on hospitality and Finance. Conference on Management was held immediately after HR but immediately before Banking. Conference on Management was not held in Indore. The conference held on Monday was held in Delhi. Only one Conference was held between conferences on Banking and the conference held in Mumbai. The conference on HR was not held in Mumbai. Conference in Pune was held immediately before conference in Indore. Conference on Real Estate was not held on Monday. Conference in Chennai was not held after conference in Mumbai.
Anu, Bablu, Chetan, Dheeru, Esha, Falak, Golu and Harish are seated in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing south while some are facing north.
Only two people sit between Esha and Bablu. Only three people sit to the left of Esha. Esha faces south. Falak sits third to the right of Harish. Harish is an immediate neighbour of neither Esha nor Bablu. Harish does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of Dheeru face north. Dheeru is not an immediate neighbour of Harish. Only one person sits between Dherru and Anu. Anu faces the same direction as Harish. The immediate neighbours of Bablu face opposite directions (ie if one person is facing north then the other person faces south and vice versa). Persons sitting at the extreme ends face opposite directions. Chetan faces a direction opposite to that of Dheeru.
Puzzle – 4
Eight persons are sitting in a straight row with equidistance from each other and some of them are facing north while some of them are facing south direction. They are like different fruits namely Apple, Banana, Orange, Kiwi, Mango, Papaya, Grapes and Guava but not necessary in the same order. They are also sitting in the alphabetical order from left to right. Not more than two persons sitting next to each other facing the same direction.
The one who likes Banana sits second to the left of L. Only two persons are sitting between the one who likes Banana and the one who likes Guava. L does not face north direction. The one who likes Papaya sits second to the right of N. The immediate neighbours of the one who likes Banana faces opposite directions (i.e., if one faces north, then another one faces south and vice versa). The one who likes Kiwi sits second to the right of K. K does not face the same direction as N.The one who likes Orange sits fourth to the right of the one who likes Apple. The one who likes Orange is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes Mango and both are facing the same direction. The persons who are sitting at the extreme ends of the row does not face the same direction.
Puzzle – 5
Nine person P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X are visiting nine different cities namely, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Panaji, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Bhopal but not necessary in the same order. They visit the cities in three different dates viz., 6th, 17th and 27th of three different months namely, March, June and August in the same year.
Two persons are visiting between the one who visits Pune and R, who visits in one of the odd numbered dates of the month has 30 days.Not more than two persons visiting the city before the one who visits Pune.Three persons are visiting between the one who visits Chennai and Q, who visits on one of the even numbered date. Q does not visit in the same month as R visits. Only one person visits between the one who visits Hyderabad and S and both are not visiting in the same month.S visits after the one who visits Hyderabad. V visits immediate after the one who visits Bhopal. As many persons are visiting before T is same as after the one who visits Bhopal and both of them are visiting on the same numbered date. Two persons are visiting between W and the one who visits Kolkata, who visits one of the days after W. As many persons visiting between S and the one who visits Bangalore is same as visiting between Q and the one who visits Kolkata.The one who visits Delhi visits immediately after U.Only one person visits the city between the one who visits Mumbai and P, who does not visit Kolkata.
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