Puzzle Question for SSC JE | Bank PO| UPSC | Railway | IBPS | SBI


Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were born in seven different months of the same year, viz January, February, May, June, September, November and December but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them also likes a different colour, viz Red, Blue, Black, Green, Yellow, Pink and Brown but not necessarily in the same order.

 C was born in a month which has 31 days. Only three persons were born between C and the one who likes Green. E was born immediately before the one who likes Green. E was not born in a month which has less than 30 days. A was born immediately before the one who likes Black. A was born in a month which has 31 days. Only two persons were born between the one who likes Black and G. The one who likes Red was born in a month which has more than 30 days but not in January. G likes neither Red nor Pink. B was born in a month immediately before the one who likes Pink. The one who likes Blue was born after the one who likes Pink. F was born in a month which has less than 30 days. The one who likes Yellow was born in one of the months before F.

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Puzzle for upcoming govt job exams such as UPSC, CAPF, SSC GD, SSC JE, GAIL, MAT, CMAT and Railways.

There are fourteen boxes which are to be delivered in on either 18th or 29th of seven different months each. The months are January, February, March, June, September, November and December but not necessarily in the same order. 

Box N is one of the boxes and does not delivered on the same date on which box A is delivered. Box M is delivered just before Box I in the same month having less than 31 days. Four boxes are delivered between Boxes I and E. Box K is delivered on even date and in the month having 31 days but not in March. Box K is delivered after Box E. Box B is delivered just before the month in which Box G is delivered but on the same date such that one is delivered in the month having 30 days and another in the month having 31 days. Boxes F, L and D are delivered in exact sequence on the same dates of consecutive months. Box G is not delivered the last. H is delivered rst. Five boxes are delivered between Boxes C and A, but the boxes are delivered in the months having 30 days are excluded. Box D is delivered in the same month as Box E. Box J is delivered in the month having 30 days but not just after Box G. The number of boxes delivered between Boxes C and F is less than those delivered between Boxes A and F.

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Circular Arrangement for Bank PO/CLERK for || SBI || IBPS || RRB | CSAT | MAT, CMAT



Eight students i.e. M, N, 0, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table facing towards the centre. They all have deferent number of toffees with them.

S sits third to the right of T, who has seven less toffees than Q. N has half the number of toffees what S have with him. One person sits between N and the one who has odd number of toffees which is a perfect square more than 35 and less than 81. P has 15 less toffees than Q. 0 has 1 more toffees than half the number of toffees what R have with him. P does not have odd number of toffees. P, who has 20 more toffees than R, and M are immediate neighbor of each other. 0 sits third to the right of N and on the immediate left of Q. R has 13 less toffees than M. S has 4 more toffees than R. Neither S nor T has odd number of toffees. Both the immediate neighbor of S have odd numbers of toffees.

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Circular Seating Arrangement with Blood Relation For PO/CLERK 2019 || IBPS || SBI || RRB ||



L, M, N, 0, T, U, V and W are eight members of a family. They belong to three different generations. There are three married couples and there are 4 females. They are all sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in same manner.

N and L are children of 0. L is not an immediate neighbor his mother. 0 and U are married couples. 0 who is wife of U, is sits second to the left of her husband. There is only one person sitting between N and his niece V, but that person is not V's father. T, a bachelor sits third to the right of his uncle L but neither to the opposite nor to the immediate left of his father. V is not an immediate neighbor of her aunt M. No three females are sitting together. N and his sister-in-law is immediate neighbor. L is not an immediate neighbor of his father.



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Reading comprehension passage Passage for Sbi Po , SO, Clerk, IBPS mains, SSC CBT, Railways, Police recruitment


Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.


 Before apartheid ended in South Africa in 1994, several people were captured and imprisoned for their fight against the horrific racism. In 1964, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was arrested, the 466th prisoner to be put behind bars. After almost 30 years in prison, he would one day lead the nation and bring people of all castes and colours together. As the 1st President, he knew that the battle against apartheid was only half won. His motive was to build a nation, which he knew could not be achieved until he united his people. Both black & white. Many leaders would think of policies and strategies on the political front.


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NEW PATTERN PUZZLE FOR SBI PO/CLERK, IBPS PO/CLERK, RRB PO/CLERK


Seven Prime Ministers A, B, C, 0, E, F and G belonging to deferent countries i.e. Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, USA, France, Italy but not necessarily in the same order were invited to attend G7 summit. They were asked to deliver speech one after the other.

Last speech was delivered by the one who was from United Kingdom. F delivered speech Just after fourth person. A, who is from Germany delivered speech on one of the positions before B, who is not from Canada. More than 1 person gave speech between A and B. C, who is from japan delivered speech after the one from France. The host country Canada's prime minister Is the 6th person to deliver the speech. Only one person delivered speech between the ones from Italy and France, who did not deliver speech after Italy's prime minister. Not more than one person delivered speech before E, who is from USA. No person delivered speech between E and G.

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CONFUSING FLOOR BASED PUZZLE || RRB PO|| SBI PO|| IBPS PO||


There are eight persons i.e. M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T who all live in a multi storey building such that ground floor of the building is numbered 1 and above it is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor which is numbered 8. They all like dierent colors i.e. Blue, Purple, Red, Brown, Green, Yellow, Pink and Black but not necessarily in the same order. The one who likes Pink color lives immediately below then one who likes Yellow color. There are three floors between Q and S, who lives on an odd numbered oor. Neither P nor Q likes Yellow color. Two persons live between O, who likes brown color and Q. More than two persons live between M and the one who likes brown color. M lives on an even numbered floor and does not like purple color. Only two persons live between R, who likes Green color and P. R does not live on an even numbered oor. T lives on one of the floor below N, who likes Black color. The one who lives on second floor likes Purple color. T does not like Red color.


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Linear Arrangement Questions Based On || IBPS || RRB || SBI || PO AND CLERK ||




There are seven persons i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F and G who all are sitting in a row such that all are facing towards north direction but not necessarily in the same order. They all like diferent colors i.e. Pink, Blue, Green, Red, Black, Yellow and Brown but not necessarily in the same order. C sits third to the right of A and one of them sits at the end of the row. No two person sits adjacent to each other according to the English alphabet (i.e. A does not sit adjacent to B and B does not sits adjacent to A and C and so on). G sits on the left of F and E sits on the right of F. E likes brown color. The one who likes Green color sits on the right of A. B does not like Pink color and Green color. B does not sit at the end of the row. B and D are not immediate neighbor of each other. D likes blue color. The one who likes red color sits second to the right of D. Only two persons sits between the one who likes Black color and the one who likes Blue color. A does not like Brown color and Black color.



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04 February 2019 Daily Current Affairs GK for UPSC, SSC, RRB RAILWAY etc. Exams

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Kinematic of Machines for RRB Railway Exam

Kinematic Link, Types of Link and Relative Motion(in Hindi) for RRB Railway Junior Engineer, GATE, SSC JE and all Mechanical Engineering Exams by Vivek Kumar*
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Linear Arrangement with unknown no. of persons [must do for SBI PO/RRB PO/RBI GRADE B PRE]


Few persons were seated across a straight row facing the north.

• A was 2nd to the left of F's neighbor
 • F and D were seated at a gap of 3 persons
 • D was seated at either of the extreme ends
 • E was seated exactly in the middle of the row
• Number of persons seated to the right of F was one more than the number of persons to the left of A
• B was seated 2nd from the left end of the row.

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Circular Arrangement with different directions


Eight persons are sitting around a circular table named – Ram, Rama, Ramu, Raju, Raja, Ramesh, Rupesh, and Rohit (not necessarily in the same order). They all are facing to the centre and all of them are going to different places Jaipur, Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Bangalore, Kota, Mumbai, Mathura.

Ram is facing towards the southwest direction and he goes to Delhi. Ram is sitting in front of the one who is going to Jaipur. Ramesh is sitting opposite to Rama, who does not go to Gurugram and facing south. Ramu is facing north – west direction and likes to go Noida. Rohit is going to Bangalore. Raja, who is going to kota is not facing east direction and he is not sitting between Ram and Ramu. Rupesh is going to Mumbai and is sitting opposite to one who is facing west. Raju is facing north – east direction. The person who sits between the one who likes to go kota and Delhi, is going to Mathura.



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