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Direction : Study the following table chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.

The table chart given below gives the information about human resource of SBI bank across eight states of India.

 States Total Number of Branches Total number of employees The respective ratio of male and female employees Percentage of post graduate employees Bihar 196 4488 7 : 5 75% Utter Pradesh 205 4595 3 : 2 40% Delhi 98 2205 11 : 10 60% Madhya Pradesh 198 4752 13 : 11 50% Maharashtra 168 3328 17 : 15 25% Karnataka 152 3680 11 : 9 55% Andhra Pradesh 84 1485 8 : 7 60% Kerala 102 2296 20 : 21 25%

Important for :
1
What is the respective ratio between the total number of male employees and the total number of female employees across the given eight states of India?
» Explain it
A
Total number of male

 = 7 × 4488 + 3 × 4595 + 11 × 2205 + 13 × 4752 +... 12 4 21 24

 ...+ 17 × 3328 + 11 × 3680 + 8 × 1485 + 20 × 2296 32 20 15 41

= 2618 + 2757 + 1155 + 2574 + 1768 + 2024 + 792 + 1120 = 14808

The total number of employees = 26829

The total number of female = 26829 – 14808 = 12021

The required ratio = 14808 : 12021

Hence, option A is correct.

2
In which of the following states, the total number of post graduates is second highest?
» Explain it
A
The total number of post graduates in Bihar = 75% of 4488 = 3366

The total number of post graduates in UP = 40% OF 4595 = 1838

The total number of post graduates in Delhi = 60% of 2205 = 1323

The total number of post graduates in MP = 50% of 4752 = 2376

The total number of post graduates in Maharashtra = 25% of 3328 = 832

The total number of post graduates in Karnataka = 55% of 3680 = 2024

The total number of post graduates in AP = 60% of 1485 = 891

The total number of post graduates in Kerala = 25% of 2296 = 574

It is second highest in MP

Hence, option A is correct.

3
What is the difference between the sum of post graduate employees in states Bihar, Utter Pradesh, Delhi together and the number of post graduate employees in states Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala together?
» Explain it
D
The total number of post graduates in Bihar = 75% of 4488 = 3366

The total number of post graduates in UP = 40% OF 4595 = 1838

The total number of post graduates in Delhi = 60% of 2205 = 1323

Sum = 3366 + 1838 + 1323 = 6527

The total number of post graduates in Karnataka = 55% of 3680 = 2024

The total number of post graduates in AP = 60% of 1485 = 891

The total number of post graduates in Kerala = 25% of 2296 = 574

Sum = 3489

The required difference = 6527 – 3489 = 3038

Hence, option D is correct.

4
It is given that across other states of India SBI has 200% number of branches than it has in the given eight states and the average number of employees per branch across India is 32. Then find how many number of total employees SBI has in India?
» Explain it
C
The total number of branches in the given eight states = 1203

The total number of branches in other states = 200% of 1203 = 2406

The total number of branches in India = 1203 + 2406 = 3609

the average number of employees per branch across India is 32

so, the total number of employees across India = 3609 × 32 = 115488

Hence, option C is correct.

5
Which of the following states has highest number of total employees per branch?
» Explain it
A
Karnataka has highest number of total employees per branch.

Hence, option A is correct.

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