Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:

Amit, Bholu, Chitresh, Dimple, Esha and Farhan are six persons who have joined 6 different banks viz. - ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, City Bank, HDFC Bank, Kotak Mahindra, and Yes Bank by scoring different marks in the written exam of a maximum of 300 marks. (Marks are in integer value) They all are sitting around a circle facing the centre with equal distance.

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students. Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan. Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks. Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC. Dimple is not near to Bholu. Esha has not scored the lowest marks. Chitresh is to the immediate left of the one who joined Yes Bank and Chitresh scored 170 marks. The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks. The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks. One of the six students scored which was a prime number. The lowest scored marks were 164. 
1
Who amongst the following is working with ICICI Bank?
» Explain it
C
Chitresh is working with ICICI Bank.

Option C, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:
 
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Reference:

The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks.

Inference:

 Reference:

Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks.
Dimple is not near to Bholu.


Inference:

As, Bholu is the one who scored second highest marks therefore he must have scored 172 marks.




Reference:

Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC.

Inference:

Two cases are possible here:

Case 1:




Case 2:



 
Reference:

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students.
Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan.

 
Inference:

Case 1 fails here as the above given condition cannot be fulfilled.

Case 2



 
Reference:

Esha has not scored the lowest marks.
The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks.
One of the six students scored which was a prime number.


Inference:

The one who joined Yes bank is not near to Farhan, so, Farhan must be working with Kotak Mahindra bank.
Esha must be working in HDFC Bank and scored 167 marks which is a prime number.
As the one who scored highest marks is not working with ICICI so, Chitresh must be working with ICICI and Amit with City bank.
 
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2
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and thus form a group, who is the one that does not belong to that group?
» Explain it
E
Marks scored by Esha is a prime no. while marks scored by others are Composite number.

Option E, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:
 
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Reference:

The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks.

Inference:

 Reference:

Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks.
Dimple is not near to Bholu.


Inference:

As, Bholu is the one who scored second highest marks therefore he must have scored 172 marks.




Reference:

Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC.

Inference:

Two cases are possible here:

Case 1:




Case 2:



 
Reference:

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students.
Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan.

 
Inference:

Case 1 fails here as the above given condition cannot be fulfilled.

Case 2



 
Reference:

Esha has not scored the lowest marks.
The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks.
One of the six students scored which was a prime number.


Inference:

The one who joined Yes bank is not near to Farhan, so, Farhan must be working with Kotak Mahindra bank.
Esha must be working in HDFC Bank and scored 167 marks which is a prime number.
As the one who scored highest marks is not working with ICICI so, Chitresh must be working with ICICI and Amit with City bank.
 
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3
Who is seated between Dimple and the person from Kotak Mahindra?
» Explain it
D
No one is seated between Dimple and the person from Kotak Mahindra.

Option D, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:
 
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Reference:

The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks.

Inference:

 Reference:

Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks.
Dimple is not near to Bholu.


Inference:

As, Bholu is the one who scored second highest marks therefore he must have scored 172 marks.




Reference:

Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC.

Inference:

Two cases are possible here:

Case 1:




Case 2:



 
Reference:

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students.
Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan.

 
Inference:

Case 1 fails here as the above given condition cannot be fulfilled.

Case 2



 
Reference:

Esha has not scored the lowest marks.
The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks.
One of the six students scored which was a prime number.


Inference:

The one who joined Yes bank is not near to Farhan, so, Farhan must be working with Kotak Mahindra bank.
Esha must be working in HDFC Bank and scored 167 marks which is a prime number.
As the one who scored highest marks is not working with ICICI so, Chitresh must be working with ICICI and Amit with City bank.
 
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» Explain it
D
True statement - Chitresh scored 170 marks and is opposite to one who joined City Bank.

Option D, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:
 
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Reference:

The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks.

Inference:

 Reference:

Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks.
Dimple is not near to Bholu.


Inference:

As, Bholu is the one who scored second highest marks therefore he must have scored 172 marks.




Reference:

Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC.

Inference:

Two cases are possible here:

Case 1:




Case 2:



 
Reference:

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students.
Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan.

 
Inference:

Case 1 fails here as the above given condition cannot be fulfilled.

Case 2



 
Reference:

Esha has not scored the lowest marks.
The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks.
One of the six students scored which was a prime number.


Inference:

The one who joined Yes bank is not near to Farhan, so, Farhan must be working with Kotak Mahindra bank.
Esha must be working in HDFC Bank and scored 167 marks which is a prime number.
As the one who scored highest marks is not working with ICICI so, Chitresh must be working with ICICI and Amit with City bank.
 
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» Explain it
B
Amit > Bholu > Chitresh > Farhan > Esha > Dimple – this order of persons as per their marks obtained in descending order is true.
 
Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:
 
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Reference:

The person who joined Axis Bank is second to the left of the one who scored 172 marks.

Inference:

 Reference:

Bholu scored the 2nd highest marks and did not join HDFC but is 2nd to the left of the person, who scored 174 marks.
Dimple is not near to Bholu.


Inference:

As, Bholu is the one who scored second highest marks therefore he must have scored 172 marks.




Reference:

Dimple is seated opposite to one who joined HDFC.

Inference:

Two cases are possible here:

Case 1:




Case 2:



 
Reference:

Chitresh is second to the right of the person who joined Kotak Mahindra, whose score is 169 marks which were the third lowest marks out of the 6 students.
Amit is to the immediate left of the person who is opposite to the person who joined Yes Bank, who is not near to Farhan.

 
Inference:

Case 1 fails here as the above given condition cannot be fulfilled.

Case 2



 
Reference:

Esha has not scored the lowest marks.
The person who joined ICICI did not score the highest marks.
One of the six students scored which was a prime number.


Inference:

The one who joined Yes bank is not near to Farhan, so, Farhan must be working with Kotak Mahindra bank.
Esha must be working in HDFC Bank and scored 167 marks which is a prime number.
As the one who scored highest marks is not working with ICICI so, Chitresh must be working with ICICI and Amit with City bank.
 
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