Circular Seating Arrangement Facing Outside And Inside Set 64

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Ultimate hard puzzles Circular and seating arrangement facing outside and inside questions are one of the most popular Topics in almost all competitive examinations such as SBI PO, SBI PO 2017, NICL, RRB, LIC, SSC CGL 2017, Indian MBA entrance exams like CAT, MAT, XAT, and SNAP have direct questions or questions based on similar logics in written test. Besides MBA exams, competitive exams like GRE, GMAT, Bank PO, SSC & other government exams include puzzle questions.


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Circular Seating Arrangement Hard Puzzles

Direction (Ques 1 - 5) - Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
  • There are nine friends J, A, P, N, I, S, D, K and T sitting around the circle. Four of them are facing away from the center and rest is facing towards the center. 
  • They like different languages viz. Hindi, English, Nepali, Telugu, Marathi, Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Gujrati and Bengali but not necessarily in the same order. 
  • T is second to the left of D, who doesn’t like Punjabi, Hindi or Bhojpuri language. K likes Gujrati language. One who likes Nepali language is fourth to the right of the one who likes English. Person who likes English language is facing away from the center. 
  • D is fourth to the right of S, whose sitting orientation is same as A. A, who likes Marathi language is sitting fifth to the left of N, who is an immediate neighbor of T. I don’t like Hindi, Punjabi or Bhojpuri language. 
  • P likes Punjabi language, one who likes Bhojpuri language is facing toward the center as I faces, but they are not neighbors of each other. Bhojpuri language is not liked by T. 
  • S is facing away from the center. Hindi language is not liked by S. one who likes Telugu is sitting second to the right of the one who likes Hindi. 
  • A is second to the left of J, who likes English. T is in the group of I in terms of sitting direction with respect to center. 
  • K is facing away from the center and is second to the right of P. Nepali language is liked by a person who is facing away from the center.
  • Note: Facing the same direction means if some person faces the center then other person faces the center and vice versa. Also facing the opposite direction means if one person faces the center then other person faces outward direction and vice versa.
1. Who is sitting second to the right of D?
(a) J 
(b) A 
(c) T 
(d) I 
(e) None of these

2. Who among the following likes Bengali language?
(a) I 
(b) N
(c) S 
(d) T 
(e) D

3. Which among the following combination is correctly matched?
(a) S-Nepali-facing center 
(b) D-Hindi- facing away from the center
(c) N-Bhojpuri-facing away from the center 
(d) A- Marathi – facing center 
(e) None of these

4. Who among the following face away from the center?
(a) T 
(b) P 
(c) S 
(d) D 
(e) I

5. Which of the following language is liked by D?
(a) Hindi 
(b) English 
(c) Punjabi 
(d) Telugu 
(e) None of these

Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions.
  • Eight Kabaddi players Anup, Meraj, Kaila, Campbell, Masayuki, Troy, Munshi and David are sitting around a circular conference table facing toward the center. 
  • Each of them belongs to eight different countries- India, Iran, England, Australia, Japan, United States, Bangladesh, and Kenya not necessarily in the same order.
  • Campbell who is neither from Kenya nor from Bangladesh, is two places to the left of the player from Japan. 
  • Kaila, who is from England, is sitting directly opposite to the player from India. Anup’s immediate neighbors are Troy and the player from Kenya. 
  • Masayuki, who is neither from Kenya nor from United states, is not sitting adjacent to David but is sitting adjacent to the player from Bangladesh. 
  • Meraj who is neither from Japan nor Kenya is sitting opposite to the player from Bangladesh. One who is from Iran is three places to the right of player from United States.
6. Who is from Iran?
(a) Munshi 
(b) Anup 
(c) Meraj
(d) Troy 
(e) Masayuki

7. Who sits third to the left of Troy?
(a) Kaila 
(b) Anup 
(c) Munshi
(d) Masayuki 
(e) Meraj

8. Which country does Munshi belong to?
(a) Japan 
(b) India 
(c) Bangladesh 
(d) Iran 
(e) Kenya

9. Who is three places away from the right of player from Australia?
(a) Kaila 
(b) Campbell
(c) Munshi 
(d) David 
(e) Troy

10. Who is sitting opposite to the player from Japan?
(a) David 
(b) Anup 
(c) Meraj 
(d) Troy
 (e) None of these

Circular Seating Arrangement Problems With Solutions

Ans (1 - 5)
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1. (d) 2. (a) 3. (e) 4. (c) 5. (d)

Ans (6 - 10)
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6. (c) 7. (a) 8. (c) 9. (c) 10. (a)
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