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Day 01: Seating Arrangements for Bank PO Examination (in Hindi)
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In this lesson, Om will teach you how to solve Seating Arrangements questions on Reasoning for Banking Examinations. Nowadays in almost all competitive exams Seating Arrangements related questions are asked. So Om has tried to make the task easier. You will definitely find a change in your speed and accuracy while solving these type of questions.

## Om Jaiswal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Om Jaiswal
Cleard IBPS Clerk & IBPS RRB Clerk Exam, 4 Years Teaching Experience, Runs an Educational YouTube Channel with 1.2M+ Subscribers.

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thanks sir
Lokender Pal
2 years ago
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Kusum Saini
2 years ago
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There are nine floor building in the area in which nine persons are living on different floor separately. The ground floor is number 1 and so on. Nine persons are A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I. They also prefer different brands in their life like Rebook, Adidas, Nike, Gucci, Puma, Levis, Pepe, Zara and Spykar but not necessarily in the same order.  I lives on the even number floor but not on the eight floor. There is gap of two floor between the I and the person who prefers Zara brand. There is gap of two floor between the person who prefer Zara and Adidas brand. The person who prefers Zara brand lives on top floor. The person who prefers Rebook brand lives on the odd number floor. E prefers Rebook brand and he does not live immediately above or below the floor on which I lives. There are gap of two floors between E and D live. D prefers Puma brand. A prefers levis brand and he lives on the even number floor. There are gap of two floors between the A and the person who likes Gucci brand. There is gap of one floor between the person who likes Gucci and Spykar brand. B prefers spykar brand and lives one of the floor above on which the person who prefers Gucci brand lives. C prefers Nike brand and lives on even number of floor but not on the second floor. F does not prefer Pepe and Zara brand. G does not prefer Zara barand.
Amit Dev
3 years ago
9h Zara 8c Nike 7b Sparky 6i Adidas 5f Gucci 4g Pepe 3d puma 2a Levi's 1e rebook
9 H zara 8 C nike 7 B spykar 6 I adidas 5 F gucci 4 D puma 3 G pepe 2 A levis 1 E rebook
9-h(Zara) 8-c(Nike) 7-b(Spykar) 6-i(Adidas) 5-f(Gucci) 4-d(puma) 3-g(pepe) 2-a(Levis) 1-e(Rebook)
Taking east as North convention and west as south .... which are opposite to the convention you took.... How to decide which convention we should use?
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3. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S. who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

4. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

5. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

6. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the (+ ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

7. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the (+ ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

8. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the (+ ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

9. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the (+ ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q

10. Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are (u sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, O, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other per- son of the other row P, who is sitting at one of the (+ ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. Three are two persons between 9 and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q