IBPS PO Memory Based Questions 2016 –Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has conducted the Online Mains Examination for recruitment of candidates as probationary officers. An approximate number of 2 to 3 lakh candidates have appeared for the IBPS PO 2016 Mains Exam. It is seen that the level of difficulty was Moderate to difficult. The Question Paper of all the subjects – English, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness and Computer were moderate to difficult. We have provided here the IBPS PO Memory Based Questions 2016 asked in all the sections in IBPS PO Mains Exam. Candidates can even download these IBPS PO Memory Based Questions 2016. Scroll down to down the memory based questions of IBPS PO 2016.
IBPS PO 2016 Question Paper of Mains Exam
(a) 3 6 15 45 113 243
(b) 33 39 56 85 127 178
(c) 13 27 45 117 333 981 2925
(d) 7 4 9 21 52.5 160.5
(e) 7 9 21 67 275
- Corporation Bank Headquarter
- BSDBA limit
- Khaliko Pul was CM of
- NATO Summit 2017
- One Question asked from Payment Bank
- One Question asked from MIPS
- One Question asked from Nobel prize in Economy 2016
- Indravati national park which district
- Bhavani dam which state- Tamil Nadu
- Antiwerp diamond situated in which country
- EFTPOS stands for
- One Question asked from Gross value added (GVA) Rate
- 22195 cr given for capitalization& for
- CRR need for?
- Bermuda triangle in which ocean
- NATO Summit – Name of City and Country were it took place
- Bank not regulated by RBI
- Typhoon HAIMA recently came in which country.
- Who was awarded Nobel Price in Economy
- 1 nibble = 4 bits
- Name of IBM supercomputer
- Rename Functions in MS Word
IBPS PO 2016 Question Paper Subject Wise (Prelims Exam)
- Managing the country’s demand (1)/ for gold has to extent (2)/ become key to reining in the (3)/ outsized current account deficit. (4)/ No Error (5)
- A lovely little girl was holding two apples with both hands. Her mum came in and softly asked her little daughter with a smile: my sweetie, could you give your mum one of your two apples? The girl looked up at her mum for some seconds, then she suddenly took a quick bite on one apple, and then quickly on the other. The mum felt the smile on her face freeze. She tried hard not to reveal her disappointment. Then the little girl handed one of her bitten apples to her mum and said: mummy, here you are. This is the sweeter one. No matter who you are, how experienced you are, and how knowledgeable you think you are, always delay judgement. Give others the privilege to explain themselves. What you see may not be the reality. Never conclude for others.
- The minimum support prices (MSP) of important food grains, (1)/ particularly rice (paddy) and wheat may also see upward (2)/ revise, with attendant impact on the market price (3)/ of wheat and rice (4)/ No Error (5)
- Parajumble answer:
Carbon sinks, 70% forest cover, powered almost entirely by mountain streams—Bhutan is a poster child for green living. It is the only country in the world that is carbon negative, which means it produces more oxygen than it consumes. So far, so good. But then, two things happened. One, India and China got richer. Bhutan, sandwiched between the two most populous nations on Earth, suffers for their sins. Glaciers are beginning to melt, flash floods and heavy rains—and even droughts—are common, and temperatures are climbing.
- Big ideas come from tackling big problems. When one is confronted with an overwhelming task, it’s pieces. Business jargon is full of phrases about that, like “pilot projects” and “low-hanging fruit.” They have their place, but in the repertory of management practice, they should share their place with bold approaches to big challenges. Much of today’s most valuable management knowledge came from wrestling with such issues. The most complicated workplace in the middle of the last century was the automobile assembly plant. Drawn to its complexity where Peter F. Drucker, W. Edwards Deming, and Taiichi Ohno, among others. The work they and their disciples did, applied in industry after industry, is the basis of the best that we know about operations, managing people, innovation, organizational design, and much more.
- The most complex workplaces are tertiary care hospitals. These vast enterprises employ tens of thousands of people who, under one roof, do everything from neurosurgery to laundry. Each patient – that is to say, each “job” — calls on a different set of people with a different constellation of skills; even when the two patients have the same diagnosis, success may be measured differently. This is complexity of an order of magnitude greater than automobile assembly, and anyone who has been hospitalized knows that management has thus far been unequal to the scope of task. The workers, managers, consultants, and scholars who crack this nut will reshape industries and institutions just as profoundly as Drucker, Deming, and Ohno did.
All A are B
1) Some A being B is possibility?
2) some B are A is a possibility?
- 8 12 4 16 ?
3) No bone is a cell.
Some cells are nerves.
Some nerves are not bacteria.
No bacteria is a muscle.
I. Some bacteria are nerves
II. Some bones are muscles
III. No bone is a muscle
IV. No bacteria is a cell
15 21 38 65 101 --?
15 21 38 65 101 ?
a) 7, 14, 30, 56, 93, ?
(b) 23, 39, 32, 48, 41, ?
(c) 11, 13, 20, 48, 111, ?
(d) 13, 17, 33, 97, ?, 1377
(e) 6, 3.5, 4.5, 11, 48, ?
(a) 11, 12, 26, 81, ?
(b) 11, 13, 18, 35, 100, ?
(c) 48, 53, 46, 57, 44, ?
(d) 12, 7, 6, 10, 19, ?
(e) 3, 10, 21, 40, 71, ?
IBPS PO 22nd October 1st slot Memory Based Questions Easy to Moderate.
Level – Moderate
(i) Reading Comprehension – 8 Questions – (Moderate) (Based on Economy)
(ii) Cloze Test – 7 Questions (Moderate) (Based on Education System – Technology Provided)
(iii) Spotting Error/ Sentence Correction – 10 Questions (Easy)
(iv) Para jumbles – 5 Questions (Moderate) (Based on Economy)
Level –Easy to Moderate
(i) Number Series – 5 Questions (Moderate)
(ii) Approximation/ Simplification – 5 Questions (Easy )
(iii) Data Interpretation (2 Sets) – 10 Questions (Easy to Moderate) (Line and Tabular graphs – based on population – male, female)
(iv) Quadratic Equation – 5 Questions (Easy)
(v) Miscellaneous Questions – 10 Questions (Moderate)
Miscellaneous questions include – Age, Mixture Allegation, Partnership, Profit Loss, Average, Boats & Stream, Compound/Simple Interest, Time & Work, etc.
Level – Moderate
(i) Syllogism – 5 Questions (Easy)
(ii) Inequality – 5 Questions (Easy) Direct Questions
(iii) Puzzle and Arrangement – 15 Questions (Moderate) (Floor arrangement and Circular arrangement facing centre and outside with one more parameter, Linear arrangement – 8 people in a straight line, some facing north and some facing south)
(vi) Miscellaneous Questions (Blood Relation, Direction based) – 10 Questions (Easy to Moderate)
No Coding – Decoding Questions were asked