RRB GROUP D REASONING QUIZ

Attempt now to get your rank among 9 students!

Question 1:

If 5 February of a leap year is Sunday, then what will be the day on 5 March?

Question 2:

 Each of the following questions consists of five figures marked A, B, C and D called the Problem Figures followed by five other figures marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 called the Answer Figures. Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the five Problem Figures.

Question 3:

From the given figures, select the one which completes the question figure.

Question 4:

Three different positions of the same dice are shown. Find the number on the face opposite to the one having 1.

Question 5:

Direction :- Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below.

Eight males - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W (not necessarily in the same order) are sitting around a circular table in a way such that four of them are facing towards the centre and the four others are facing away from the centre. Each of these persons have a different favourite colour - red, green, yellow, white, black, pink, orange and brown but not necessarily in the same order.
P's favourite colour is green and he is facing towards the centre. The immediate neighbours of P faces away from the centre and their favourite colours are yellow and orange. V faces away from the centre and the immediate neighbours of V faces a direction opposite to each other. R's favourite colour is brown and he is facing towards the centre and sits third to the right of U. U's favourite colour is yellow. The one whose favourite colour is pink is not the neighbour ofthe one whose favourite colour is yellow or brown.
$S$ is sitting opposite T and neither of them has a favourite colour orange but favourite colour of one of them is pink. Both $S$ and $T$ are facing in the same direction (for example, if one is facing outside then other is also facing outside). $V$ is not the neighbour of either the one whose favourite colour is brown or the one who is the neighbour of the one whose favourite colour is black. V is sitting opposite to the one whose favourite colour is red. The person whose favourite colour is red is the neighbour of $\mathrm{S}$. Q's favourite colour is not white and he is facing the centre.
Who among the following is sitting third to the right of the one, who is sitting second to the left of the one, whose favourite colour is red?
Direction :- Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below.

Eight males - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W (not necessarily in the same order) are sitting around a circular table in a way such that four of them are facing towards the centre and the four others are facing away from the centre. Each of these persons have a different favourite colour - red, green, yellow, white, black, pink, orange and brown but not necessarily in the same order.
P's favourite colour is green and he is facing towards the centre. The immediate neighbours of P faces away from the centre and their favourite colours are yellow and orange. V faces away from the centre and the immediate neighbours of V faces a direction opposite to each other. R's favourite colour is brown and he is facing towards the centre and sits third to the right of U. U's favourite colour is yellow. The one whose favourite colour is pink is not the neighbour ofthe one whose favourite colour is yellow or brown.
$S$ is sitting opposite T and neither of them has a favourite colour orange but favourite colour of one of them is pink. Both $S$ and $T$ are facing in the same direction (for example, if one is facing outside then other is also facing outside). $V$ is not the neighbour of either the one whose favourite colour is brown or the one who is the neighbour of the one whose favourite colour is black. V is sitting opposite to the one whose favourite colour is red. The person whose favourite colour is red is the neighbour of $\mathrm{S}$. Q's favourite colour is not white and he is facing the centre.

Question 6:

What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following series?

72, 87, ? , 162, 222, 297

Question 7:

Select the number that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.

$15,30,90,360,1800$, ?

Question 8:

Find out the alternative which will replace the question mark in the following question.

Oasis : Desert :: ? : Sea

Question 9:

Improving maternal health is a multi-sectoral endeavour – encompassing better access to inputs ranging from education and nutrition to contraceptives and institutional delivery. So the welcome decrease in India’s maternal mortality ratio from 122 to 103 (maternal deaths per lakh live births) between 2015-17 and 2017-19, shown by SRS data, is actually the fruit of multiple interventions. Likewise, further improvements will also need sustained effort along all relevant vectors. India’s SDG target is to bring its MMR below 70 by 2030, which it can well meet in advance. Beyond this it should take inspiration from countries that have already brought their MMR down to single digits – like Belarus, Poland and the UK.

Large disparities in states’ performances need to be understood and  addressed. Kerala’s MMR improved from 42 to 30, suggesting it kept pushing up standards from an already high level. UP continues to have among the highest MMRs in the country at 167, but it has delivered a dramatic 49 points improvement from 216. By contrast, Bengal’s performance worsened from 94 to 109. State- or region-wise solutions will vary. One may need to focus on increasing marriage age and another, on increasing antenatal care visits. The Centre too needs to assess different schemes objectively and increase investment or undertake reform where needed. An issue that needs disentangling is why the distribution of iron and folic acid supplements has not reduced severe anaemia, as envisioned.

The most immediate nationwide need is to take stock of how the pandemic has hurt reproductive care services, to ensure that hard-won gains are not seriously reversed. Institutional deliveries, a core factor in improving MMR, took a hit. As did women’s access to Asha workers and their health counselling. The list goes on. The important question is whether all such services are now back on track, as Covid deaths drop back to the level of the pandemic’s initial weeks. India has seen health interventions improve health outcomes. But it can do much better.

Beyond this it should take inspiration from countries that have already brought their MMR down to single digits. Author is talking about which countries?

Question 10:

Directions : Select the related word/number from the given alternatives.

Night : Morning :: ? : Evening