IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked.
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IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked on October 22nd
IBPS PO Prelims 2016 was a mixed bag of surprises. A lot of aspirants are curious about the kind of questions asked in the examination.
Kindly find below the questions asked based on memory of students who attempted the paper. We invite you to keep giving your own feedback on questions as well.
IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked (Section Wise)
IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked: English Language
1)Women generally live longer than their husbands,/ 2) which makes it essential for them/ 3) to save money that will help them/ 4) build corpse to last a lifetime./ 5) No error.
1.In many countries, corruption is everywhere and daily life is riddled with situations in the Gray zone between legal and illegal.
2. A corrupt act is often – but not necessarily – illegal.
3. In handling corruption you will often face a Gray zones and dilemmas.
4. Corruption is a broad term covering a wide range of misuse of entrusted funds and power for personal gain i.e. Theft, fraud, nepotism, abuse of power etc.
5.Countries should come together and fight corruption.
1.From London to Los Angeles,Berlin to Bangalore, seeding anger at standstills is a common emotion felt by all drivers.
2.The cause of traffic jams are well understood (accidents;poor infrastructure;peakhour traffic, and variable traffic speeds on congested roads).
3.But what is the cost of all this waiting around ?
4.The center for Economics and Business Research, a London based consultancy , ad INRIX , a traffic-date firm , have estimated the impact of such delays on the British,French,German and American economics.
5.To do so they measured three costs:how sitting in traffic reduces productivity of the labour force;how inflated transport costs push up the prices of goods ; and the carbon-equivalent cost of the fumes that exhaust splutter out.
6.In 2013 the expense from congestion totaled $200 billion(0.8% of GDP) cross the four countries . As road building fails to keep up with the increasing numbers of cars on the road, that figure is expected to rise to nearly $300 billion by 2030.
IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked: Quantitative Aptitude
Q. The ratio of total surface area to lateral surface area of a cylinder whose radius is 160 cm and height 140 cm, is __________.
Q. Nihal’s age after eight years will be three-fourth of his father’s age. Ten years ago, the ratio of their ages was 1 : 6. What is Nihal’s father’s age at present?
Q. A mixture of milk and water has been kept in two different vessels. Ratio of milk to water in one of the containers is 8 : 2 and that in the other container 6 : 4. In what ratio the mixtures of these two containers should be added together so that the quantity of milk in the new mixture may become 60%?
IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked: Reasoning Ability
Five girls are sitting on a bench to be photographed. Asha is to the left of Lata and to the right of Nimi. Pushpa is to the right of Lata. Reema is between Lata and Pushpa. Who is sitting immediate right of Pushpa ?
IBPS PO 2016 Questions Asked on October 16th
Note: This year in all the four shifts of Day 1 (October 16th, 2016), English section was the most challenging whereas Quantitative Aptitude was the simplest. Overall the paper was not very predictable.
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