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

Six students Akshit, Bansi, Chitresh, Darpan, Emaan and Falak are sitting around a circular table facing towards the center of the table in a library. They read different comics like Billoo, Chacha Chaudhary, Krishna, Spider man, Bhokal and Takshak but not necessarily in the same order. They are wearing T-shirts of different colors, i.e. white, violet, green, red, yellow and blue but not necessarily in the same order.

Important for :
1
Who among the following is in white T-shirt?
» Explain it
A
Chitresh is in white T-shirt.
Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Final table:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Common explanation:

Reference:

Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green

Reference:

The student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics.

Inference:

Reference:

The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet.
The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Inference:

We will use them later in the circular arrangement.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Billoo Yellow, White, Violet - × Krishna Yellow, White, Violet - × Bhokal White, Violet - ×

Reference:

The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics.

Inference:

Case 1

Case 2

Reference:

Falak does not read Billoo comics.
The one who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt.

Inference:

As Falak does not read Biloo comics, that means case 1 fails here. Thus we will continue with Case 2, where Emaan reads Billoo comics and Falak reads Takshak comics.
Thus, the one who reads Krishna must be in blue colored T-shirt.

Case 2:

Note:
As per the reference, the one who reads Billoo and Bhokal are not in White and Violet color T-shirt and the one who wears yellow color T-shirt does not read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Therefore, the one who reads Billoo is in red color T-shirt and the one who reads Bhokal is in Yellow as he/she cannot wear Violet color T-shirt, hence, the only remaining Takshak reader is in Violet color T-shirt.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics

Inference:

Therefore, Akshit must be the reader of Bhokal.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Chitresh does not read Krishna comics.

Inference:

So, he must be reading Chacha Chaudhary and Bansi must be reading Krishna.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Final arrangement:

2
The only student, who is between Darpan and Falak, is wearing T-shirt of which color?
» Explain it
B
Student who is between Darpan and Falak is wearing T-shirt of blue color.
Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Final table:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Common explanation:

Reference:

Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green

Reference:

The student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics.

Inference:

Reference:

The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet.
The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Inference:

We will use them later in the circular arrangement.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Billoo Yellow, White, Violet - × Krishna Yellow, White, Violet - × Bhokal White, Violet - ×

Reference:

The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics.

Inference:

Case 1

Case 2

Reference:

Falak does not read Billoo comics.
The one who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt.

Inference:

As Falak does not read Biloo comics, that means case 1 fails here. Thus we will continue with Case 2, where Emaan reads Billoo comics and Falak reads Takshak comics.
Thus, the one who reads Krishna must be in blue colored T-shirt.

Case 2:

Note:
As per the reference, the one who reads Billoo and Bhokal are not in White and Violet color T-shirt and the one who wears yellow color T-shirt does not read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Therefore, the one who reads Billoo is in red color T-shirt and the one who reads Bhokal is in Yellow as he/she cannot wear Violet color T-shirt, hence, the only remaining Takshak reader is in Violet color T-shirt.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics

Inference:

Therefore, Akshit must be the reader of Bhokal.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Chitresh does not read Krishna comics.

Inference:

So, he must be reading Chacha Chaudhary and Bansi must be reading Krishna.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Final arrangement:

3
Who among the following read Bhokal comics?
» Explain it
A
Akshit read Bhokal comic.
Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Final table:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Common explanation:

Reference:

Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green

Reference:

The student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics.

Inference:

Reference:

The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet.
The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Inference:

We will use them later in the circular arrangement.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Billoo Yellow, White, Violet - × Krishna Yellow, White, Violet - × Bhokal White, Violet - ×

Reference:

The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics.

Inference:

Case 1

Case 2

Reference:

Falak does not read Billoo comics.
The one who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt.

Inference:

As Falak does not read Biloo comics, that means case 1 fails here. Thus we will continue with Case 2, where Emaan reads Billoo comics and Falak reads Takshak comics.
Thus, the one who reads Krishna must be in blue colored T-shirt.

Case 2:

Note:
As per the reference, the one who reads Billoo and Bhokal are not in White and Violet color T-shirt and the one who wears yellow color T-shirt does not read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Therefore, the one who reads Billoo is in red color T-shirt and the one who reads Bhokal is in Yellow as he/she cannot wear Violet color T-shirt, hence, the only remaining Takshak reader is in Violet color T-shirt.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics

Inference:

Therefore, Akshit must be the reader of Bhokal.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Chitresh does not read Krishna comics.

Inference:

So, he must be reading Chacha Chaudhary and Bansi must be reading Krishna.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Final arrangement:

4
Which of the following is correctly matched?
» Explain it
C
Emaan - Red - Billoo is the correct combination.
Option C, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Final table:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Common explanation:

Reference:

Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green

Reference:

The student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics.

Inference:

Reference:

The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet.
The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Inference:

We will use them later in the circular arrangement.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Billoo Yellow, White, Violet - × Krishna Yellow, White, Violet - × Bhokal White, Violet - ×

Reference:

The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics.

Inference:

Case 1

Case 2

Reference:

Falak does not read Billoo comics.
The one who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt.

Inference:

As Falak does not read Biloo comics, that means case 1 fails here. Thus we will continue with Case 2, where Emaan reads Billoo comics and Falak reads Takshak comics.
Thus, the one who reads Krishna must be in blue colored T-shirt.

Case 2:

Note:
As per the reference, the one who reads Billoo and Bhokal are not in White and Violet color T-shirt and the one who wears yellow color T-shirt does not read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Therefore, the one who reads Billoo is in red color T-shirt and the one who reads Bhokal is in Yellow as he/she cannot wear Violet color T-shirt, hence, the only remaining Takshak reader is in Violet color T-shirt.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics

Inference:

Therefore, Akshit must be the reader of Bhokal.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Chitresh does not read Krishna comics.

Inference:

So, he must be reading Chacha Chaudhary and Bansi must be reading Krishna.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Final arrangement:

5
The color of the T-shirt of the student, who reads Takshak comics, is?
» Explain it
D
The color of the T-shirt of the student, who reads Takshak comics, is Violet
Option D, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Final table:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Common explanation:

Reference:

Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green

Reference:

The student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics.

Inference:

Reference:

The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet.
The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Inference:

We will use them later in the circular arrangement.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Billoo Yellow, White, Violet - × Krishna Yellow, White, Violet - × Bhokal White, Violet - ×

Reference:

The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics.

Inference:

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics.

Inference:

Case 1

Case 2

Reference:

Falak does not read Billoo comics.
The one who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt.

Inference:

As Falak does not read Biloo comics, that means case 1 fails here. Thus we will continue with Case 2, where Emaan reads Billoo comics and Falak reads Takshak comics.
Thus, the one who reads Krishna must be in blue colored T-shirt.

Case 2:

Note:
As per the reference, the one who reads Billoo and Bhokal are not in White and Violet color T-shirt and the one who wears yellow color T-shirt does not read Billoo nor Krishna comics.

Therefore, the one who reads Billoo is in red color T-shirt and the one who reads Bhokal is in Yellow as he/she cannot wear Violet color T-shirt, hence, the only remaining Takshak reader is in Violet color T-shirt.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics

Inference:

Therefore, Akshit must be the reader of Bhokal.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Hint Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chacha Ch. White

Reference:

Chitresh does not read Krishna comics.

Inference:

So, he must be reading Chacha Chaudhary and Bansi must be reading Krishna.

 Name Comics T- shirt Color Darpan Spider man Green Emaan Billoo Red Bansi Krishna Blue Akshit Bhokal Yellow Falak Takshak Violet Chitresh Chacha Ch. White

Final arrangement: