Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
 
Ten persons are seated in two parallel rows, each having six seats. Two seats are vacant. Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction. Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction. They all like different colours among Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, White, Black and Purple but not necessarily in the same order.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin. Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat. Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red color. Qasim likes Green colour sits fourth to the left of Sairam. The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow. Manoj likes Blue and sits at the extreme end. Pravin doesn’t like Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour. Uday likes Purple colour and sits at one of the extreme ends. Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo colour. Rahul likes Orange colour and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black colour. The person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour are facing each other. The person who likes Violet colour sits second to the right of Lavanya. Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
» Explain it
C
The following common explanation , we get "Rahul-Orange",

Hence, option C is correct.

Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
 
Common Explanation
 
References:
 
Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction.
 
Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction.
 
Manoj likes Blue and sits at the extreme end.
 
Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Qasim likes Green colour and sits fourth to the left of Sairam.
 
Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red colour.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.  Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin. Therefore Manoj sits extreme left end in Row-1.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Here, we get one more possibility i.e. Sairam and Tahir are may be the immediate neighbors or one vacant is there between Sairam and Tahir. It is shown in following case,
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case 1: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue colour (only possibility). Sairam and Tahir are immediate neighbors.
 
Case:1
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 
Case 1-A: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue colour (only possibility). There is one vacant seat is there between Sairam and Tahir.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 

References:
 
The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow.
 
Pravin doesn’t like Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Case 1: There is no place for the one who likes Indigo and the one who likes Yellow with 2 gaps in Row-1. Hence this case becomes invalid and can be eliminated.
 
Case:1 [Eliminated] No place for yellow and Indigo
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow    
 
Case 1-A: The one who likes Indigo sits on extreme right end and the one who likes Yellow sits on the immediate right of Lavanya in Row-1.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant  
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
Note: Only case1-A is left to continue.
 
References:
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo colour.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sits at one of the extreme ends.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color.
 
Here, Oviya likes Yellow colour and Nitin (only person left in Row-1) likes Indigo color.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sit at extreme right end in Row-2
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple   Vacant     Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
References:
 
The person who likes Violet color sits second to the right of Lavanya.
 
The person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour are facing each other.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black colour.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Pravin likes Violet colour and Tahir likes White colour.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and Sairam likes Black colour.
 
Thus we get the completed case as follows,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
2
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
» Explain it
E
The following common explanation , we get "Pravin, the person who likes Violet doesn’t sit at any corner",

Remaining 4 options (colours) are placed at extreme ends

Hence, option E is correct.

Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
 
Common Explanation
 
References:
 
Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction.
 
Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction.
 
Manoj likes Blue and sits at the extreme end.
 
Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Qasim likes Green colour and sits fourth to the left of Sairam.
 
Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red colour.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.  Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin. Therefore Manoj sits extreme left end in Row-1.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Here, we get one more possibility i.e. Sairam and Tahir are may be the immediate neighbors or one vacant is there between Sairam and Tahir. It is shown in following case,
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case 1: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). Sairam and Tahir are immediate neighbors.
 
Case:1
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 
Case 1-A: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). There is one vacant seat is there between Sairam and Tahir.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 

References:
 
The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow.
 
Pravin doesn’t like Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Case 1: There is no place for the one who likes Indigo and the one who likes Yellow with 2 gaps in Row-1. Hence this case becomes invalid and can be eliminated.
 
Case:1 [Eliminated] No place for yellow and Indigo
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow    
 
Case 1-A: The one who likes Indigo sits on extreme right end and the one who likes Yellow sits on the immediate right of Lavanya in Row-1.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant  
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
Note: Only case1-A is left to continue.
 
References:
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo colour.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sits at one of the extreme ends.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo colour. 
 
Here, Oviya likes Yellow colour and Nitin (only person left in Row-1) likes Indigo colour.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sit at extreme right end in Row-2
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple   Vacant     Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
References:
 
The person who likes Violet colour sits second to the right of Lavanya.
 
The person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour are facing each other.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black colour.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Pravin likes Violet colour and Tahir likes White colour.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and Sairam likes Black colour.
 
Thus we get the completed case as follows,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo

» Explain it
C
The following common explanation , we get "Second from the left end in Row-2",

Hence, option C is correct.

Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
 
Common Explanation
 
References:
 
Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction.
 
Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction.
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end.
 
Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Qasim like Green colour sits fourth to the left of Sairam.
 
Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red colour.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat.
 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green colour.  Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin. Therefore Manoj sits extreme left end in Row-1.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Here, we get one more possibility i.e. Sairam and Tahir are may be the immediate neighbors or one vacant is there between Sairam and Tahir. It is shown in following case,
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case 1: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue colour (only possibility). Sairam and Tahir are immediate neighbors.
 
Case:1
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 
Case 1-A: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue colour (only possibility). There is one vacant seat is there between Sairam and Tahir.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 

References:
 
The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow.
 
Pravin doesn’t Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction.
 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Case 1: There is no place for the one who likes Indigo and the one who likes Yellow with 2 gaps in Row-1. Hence this case becomes invalid and can be eliminated.
 
Case:1 [Eliminated] No place for yellow and Indigo
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow    
 
Case 1-A: The one who likes Indigo sits on extreme right end and the one who likes Yellow sits on the immediate right of Lavanya in Row-1.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant  
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
Note: Only case1-A is left to continue.
 
References:
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo colour.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sit at one of the extreme ends.
 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color.
 
Here, Oviya likes Yellow colour and Nitin (only person left in Row-1) likes Indigo colour.
 
Uday likes Purple colour and sit at extreme right end in Row-2
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple   Vacant     Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
References:
 
The person who likes Violet color sits second to the right of Lavanya.
 
The person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour are facing each other.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black colour.
 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Pravin likes Violet colour and Tahir likes White colour.
 
Rahul likes Orange colour and Sairam likes Black colour.
 
Thus we get the completed case as follows,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
» Explain it
D
The following common explanation , we get "The person who likes Yellow and the person who likes Red",
 
Manoj likes Blue & Pravin like Violet.
 
Oviya (Yellow) and Lavanya (Red) sit between Manoj and Pravin.
 
Hence, option D is correct.

Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Color[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
 
Common Explanation
 
References:
 
Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction.
 
Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction.
 
Manoj likes Blue and sits at the extreme end.
 
Manoj does not face the person who likes Green color.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Qasim likes Green color and sits fourth to the left of Sairam.
 
Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red color.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green color.  Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin. Therefore Manoj sits extreme left end in Row-1.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Here, we get one more possibility i.e. Sairam and Tahir are may be the immediate neighbors or one vacant is there between Sairam and Tahir. It is shown in following case,
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case 1: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). Sairam and Tahir are immediate neighbors.
 
Case:1
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 
Case 1-A: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). There is one vacant seat is there between Sairam and Tahir.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 

References:
 
The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow.
 
Pravin doesn’t like Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Case 1: There is no place for the one who likes Indigo and the one who likes Yellow with 2 gaps in Row-1. Hence this case becomes invalid and can be eliminated.
 
Case:1 [Eliminated] No place for yellow and Indigo
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow    
 
Case 1-A: The one who likes Indigo sits on extreme right end and the one who likes Yellow sits on the immediate right of Lavanya in Row-1.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant  
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
Note: Only case1-A is left to continue.
 
References:
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color.
 
Uday likes Purple color and sits at one of the extreme ends.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color. 
 
Here, Oviya likes Yellow color and Nitin (only person left in Row-1) likes Indigo color.
 
Uday likes Purple color and sit at extreme right end in Row-2
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple   Vacant     Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
References:
 
The person who likes Violet color sits second to the right of Lavanya.
 
The person who likes Violet color and the person who likes White color are facing each other.
 
Rahul likes Orange color and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black color.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Pravin likes Violet color and Tahir likes White color.
 
Rahul likes Orange color and Sairam likes Black color.
 
Thus we get the completed case as follows,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo

» Explain it
E
The following common explanation , we get "None of these",

Tahir likes White and his immediate right is vacant seat.

Hence, option E is correct.

Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo
 
 
Common Explanation
 
References:
 
Lavanya, Manoj, Nitin, Oviya and Pravin are sitting in Row-1 and facing north direction.
 
Qasim, Rahul, Tahir, Sairam and Uday are sitting in Row-2 and facing south direction.
 
Manoj likes Blue and sits at the extreme end.
 
Manoj does not face the person who likes Green color.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Qasim likes Green color and sits fourth to the left of Sairam.
 
Sairam faces Lavanya, who likes Red color.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Pravin sits immediate left of vacant seat.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Manoj likes Blue sits at the extreme end. Manoj does not face the person who likes Green color.  Manoj sits to the left of Pravin.
 
Manoj sits to the left of Pravin. Therefore Manoj sits extreme left end in Row-1.
 
No person sits between Sairam and Tahir, who is facing Pravin.
 
Here, we get one more possibility i.e. Sairam and Tahir are may be the immediate neighbors or one vacant is there between Sairam and Tahir. It is shown in following case,
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case 1: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). Sairam and Tahir are immediate neighbors.
 
Case:1
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 
Case 1-A: Manoj sits at the extreme left end of the Row-1 and likes Blue color (only possibility). There is one vacant seat is there between Sairam and Tahir.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red      
 

References:
 
The person who likes Indigo sits third to the right of person who likes Yellow.
 
Pravin doesn’t like Yellow and the person who likes Yellow faces north direction.
 

Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Case 1: There is no place for the one who likes Indigo and the one who likes Yellow with 2 gaps in Row-1. Hence this case becomes invalid and can be eliminated.
 
Case:1 [Eliminated] No place for yellow and Indigo
Colour [Row-2]           Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir     Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Pravin Vacant   Manoj
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow    
 
Case 1-A: The one who likes Indigo sits on extreme right end and the one who likes Yellow sits on the immediate right of Lavanya in Row-1.
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2]     Vacant     Green
Person [South]   Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya   Pravin Vacant  
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
Note: Only case1-A is left to continue.
 
References:
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color.
 
Uday likes Purple color and sits at one of the extreme ends.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Oviya sits third to the left of the person who likes Indigo color. 
 
Here, Oviya likes Yellow color and Nitin (only person left in Row-1) likes Indigo color.
 
Uday likes Purple color and sit at extreme right end in Row-2
 
By using all other information we get the following case,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple   Vacant     Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir   Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow   Indigo
 
References:
 
The person who likes Violet color sits second to the right of Lavanya.
 
The person who likes Violet color and the person who likes White color are facing each other.
 
Rahul likes Orange color and sits third to the left of the person who likes Black color.

 
Inferences:
 
From above statements,
 
Pravin likes Violet color and Tahir likes White color.
 
Rahul likes Orange color and Sairam likes Black color.
 
Thus we get the completed case as follows,
 
Case:1-A
Colour [Row-2] Purple Black Vacant White Orange Green
Person [South] Uday Sairam Tahir Rahul Qasim
 
Person [North] Manoj Lavanya Oviya Pravin Vacant Nitin
Colour[Row-1] Blue Red Yellow Violet Indigo


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Seating Arrangement is one of the topics that forms the base of any bank examination. Be it  IBPS PO or SBI PO, IBPS Clerk or SBI Clerk, RRB Office Assistant or RRB Officer Scale I, RBI Grade B or IBPS SO. Not just in bank exams, but Insurance sector exams also feature questions on seating arrangement. Seating arrangement questions are commonly seen in exams like LIC AAO Pre, LIC AAO Mains, NIACL Assistant Pre, NIACL Assistant Mains, LIC HFL, UIIC etc. At this page, you will get all the questions based on new pattern seating arrangement that has been asked in several exams like IBPS Clerk Mains 2019, IBPS PO Mains 2019 and RRB Office Assistant Mains 2019. Seating arrangement questions are completely based on verbal reasoning where questions are solved by applying verbal statements in a logical order. You can find new pattern seating arrangement questions with solutions that can help you to derive at the answer quickly. The unmatched explanations will help the aspirants to build their concepts. In seating arrangement questions the most important point is to build a strategy for which the given information is to be utilized in a logical manner. It is very important to use the direct hints first and then put up the other information. After placing the direct hints, use the information connected with the direct hints to get the answer. This strategy will help to reach the answer in fastest possible time, which is the key to crack a competitive exam. In IBPS Clerk Mains 2019, the major portion of the reasoning section was occupied with seating arrangements. There were almost all types of seating arrangement questions like Linear seating arrangement, Circular seating arrangement, Floor based seating arrangement and Rectangular seating arrangement. So, this itself tells the importance of Seating arrangement questions in upcoming bank exams, insurance exams. Practice one test daily at www.smartkeeda.com to achieve excellence and master the critical topic of reasoning i.e. Seating Arrangement. Here, you will get linear seating arrangement questions, circular seating arrangement questions, floor based seating arrangement and rectangular based seating arrangement questions with detailed solutions. Take one quiz daily to build a strong command over all types of seating arrangement questions because in today’s competition age it is essential to have good command over all the four sections that come in bank exams. Start your preparation with the most relevant questions at www.smartkeeda.com and don’t forget to attempt test series on IBPS PO Pre+Mains, IBPS Clerk Pre plus Mains available at testzone.