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# Puzzle Questions For IBPS RRB Clerk

Download Top-20 IBPS RRB Clerk Puzzle Questions PDF. Puzzle questions based on asked questions in previous year exam papers very important for the IBPS RRB Assistant exam

Instructions

Read the following information and answer the questions below.
Eight Friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners while four sit at the middle of each of the four sides. Each of them likes different colors Brown, Orange, Blue, Red, Yellow, White, Violet, Silver not necessarily in the same order. The one who sits in the middle of the sides faces the centre while those who sit at the four corners face outside (i.e opposite to the center). A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. The one who likes white faces centre. C is not a neighbour of G. Both A and C does not like white. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Only one person sits between B and C.Â  D is one of the immediate neighbours of G. Neither G nor E likes White. G likes violet and D does not like red. The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. The one who likes yellow faces D. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F.

Question 1:Â Which of the following statement is true regarding A?

a)Â A likes brown

b)Â The one who like violet sits third to the right of A

c)Â F and E are the immediate neighbours of A

d)Â G sits opposite to that of A

e)Â A faces inside

Question 2:Â Who among the following sits second to the left of B?

a)Â The one who like Yellow

b)Â The one who is third to the right of the one, who is to the immediate left of F

c)Â H

d)Â E

e)Â The one who like silver

Question 3:Â What is the position of G with respect to the one who likes silver?

a)Â Immediate to the left

b)Â Third to the left of the one who likes white

c)Â Immediate to the right

d)Â Second to the right of the one who likes Blue

e)Â None of the above

Question 4:Â Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

a)Â A – Brown

b)Â B – White

c)Â C – Silver

d)Â H – Brown

e)Â D – Yellow

Question 5:Â Who among the following likes white?

a)Â A

b)Â D

c)Â H

d)Â F

e)Â None of these

Instructions

Directions(16 – 20): Read the following information and answer the questions below.
Eight friends Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and Henry are sitting around a circular table, while some are facing inside and some are facing outside. They all are born in different years 1983, 1993, 1975, 1979, 1987, 1991, 2001, 1985. (All the ages of the given persons have been calculated on the base year 2019 and all the persons are considered to be born on the same date of the same month). Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch. The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry. Both the immediate neighbours of Brooklynn, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction(Note: Facing the same direction means, if one is facing the centre then the other is also facing the centre and vice versa. Facing the opposite directions means, if one is facing the centre then the other is facing outside and vice versa). At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. Only one person sits between David and George, who is not an immediate neighbour of Henry. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. The one who is the oldest faces inside. The difference between the ages of Abel and George is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other. The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of Henry and faces a direction which is opposite to that of Abel, whoâ€™s age is 44. C sits to the immediate right of George, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years. Emma sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of George. Caroline and Henry face opposite directions. G faces outside.

Question 6:Â Who among the following sits third to the right of the one, who is to the immediate right of G?

a)Â H

b)Â F

c)Â D

d)Â A

e)Â B

Question 7:Â Who sits opposite to the person whoâ€™s age is 36 years?

a)Â The one who sits second to the right of C

b)Â The one sits opposite to that of F

c)Â The one who sits second to the left of F

d)Â The one whoâ€™s age is 32 years

e)Â None of these

Question 8:Â Who among the following sits second to the right of one whoâ€™s age is 32 years?

a)Â The one who sits third to the right of D

b)Â The one who sits opposite to that of G

c)Â The one is second youngest among them

d)Â The one whoâ€™s age is 18 years

e)Â Cannot be determined

Question 9:Â What is the age of C?

a)Â 40

b)Â 26

c)Â 34

d)Â 32

e)Â Cannot be determined

Question 10:Â Who among the following sits to the immediate right of E?

a)Â The one who is 36 years old

b)Â The one who is 28 years old

c)Â D

d)Â G

e)Â Cannot be determined

Instructions

Study the following instructions and answer the questions that follow:

Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H live on eight different floors of a building. The lowermost floor is numbered as 1, the floor above it is numbered as 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered as 8. Each person likes different colours – Violet, Red, Blue, Yellow, White, Black, Pink, Orange but not necessarily in the same order. Each person supports different IPL team – KKR, SRH, CSK, DC, MI, KXIP, RR, RCB but not necessarily in the same order.
C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who likes White colour supports MI. The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB. H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor. G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. No one lives between E and C. D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor. The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor. There are three people living between D and B. A lives on one of the floors above B. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK. There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour.

Question 11:Â Who among the following likes Pink colour?

a)Â G

b)Â A

c)Â B

d)Â F

e)Â None of these

Question 12:Â Who supports SRH?

a)Â B

b)Â D

c)Â C

d)Â A

e)Â Canâ€™t be determined

Question 13:Â Who lives on the lowermost floor?

a)Â B

b)Â D

c)Â F

d)Â G

e)Â None of these

Question 14:Â Who likes Red colour?

a)Â C

b)Â D

c)Â H

d)Â B

e)Â Either Option B or Option C

Question 15:Â Who lives exactly between C and H?

a)Â D

b)Â G

c)Â E

d)Â A

e)Â Canâ€™t be determined

Instructions

Study the following instructions and answer the questions that follow:

Eight friends L,M,N,P,Q,R,S,T were born on either 15th or 27th of February, May, July or November. They work as Painter, Plumber, Watchman, Accountant, Doctor, Engineer, Tailor and Driver but not necessarily in the same order. They work in different cities of India – Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Lucknow, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru but not necessarily in the same order.
S is a painter in Mumbai. R was born on November 15th. T and N were born in the same month but none of them are from Delhi. L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Only two people were born between M and P. The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. No one was born between N and M. T was born before N. The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru. Tailor and Engineer were born on the same date of two different months. Doctor is from Chennai. Only two persons were born between M and Tailor. Plumber and Painter were born in the same month. The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who works in Hyderabad was born in a month having 31 days. The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. T works in Lucknow. Accountant was born before Driver. Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Question 16:Â In which of the following city does Q work?

a)Â Pune

c)Â Mumbai

d)Â Chennai

e)Â None of these

Question 17:Â Who works in Hyderabad?

a)Â Tailor

b)Â Plumber

c)Â Driver

d)Â Doctor

e)Â None of these

Question 18:Â Who is the 3rd youngest person if all the persons were born in the same year?

a)Â M

b)Â R

c)Â S

d)Â P

e)Â None of these

Question 19:Â Who works as an Accountant?

a)Â N

b)Â Q

c)Â P

d)Â T

e)Â None of these

Question 20:Â Who was born on July 27th?

a)Â P

b)Â L

c)Â N

d)Â S

e)Â Canâ€™t be determined

A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. Here, there are four possibilities.

D is one of the immediate neighbours of G.

G likes violet and D does not like red. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Hence, Possibilities-II and III can be eliminated.

Only one person sits between B and C.

The one who likes white faces centre. A, C, G, E does not like white.

The one who likes yellow faces D.

The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. Here, Possibility-II can be eliminated. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F. Remaining person is H and remaining colour is Orange.

Hence, The final arrangement is as shown above.
A likes Orange colour. The one who likes Violet colour sits opposite A. FF and C are immediate neighbours of A. G sits opposite A. A faces outside.
Therefore, Option D is correct with respect to A.

A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. Here, there are four possibilities.

D is one of the immediate neighbours of G.

G likes violet and D does not like red. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Hence, Possibilities-II and III can be eliminated.

Only one person sits between B and C.

The one who likes white faces centre. A, C, G, E does not like white.

The one who likes yellow faces D.

The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. Here, Possibility-II can be eliminated. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F. Remaining person is H and remaining colour is Orange.

Hence, The final arrangement is as shown above.
D who likes silver sits second to the left of B.

A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. Here, there are four possibilities.

D is one of the immediate neighbours of G.

G likes violet and D does not like red. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Hence, Possibilities-II and III can be eliminated.

Only one person sits between B and C.

The one who likes white faces centre. A, C, G, E does not like white.

The one who likes yellow faces D.

The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. Here, Possibility-II can be eliminated. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F. Remaining person is H and remaining colour is Orange.

Hence, The final arrangement is as shown above.
Therefore, G is to the immediate right of the person who likes Silver colour.

A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. Here, there are four possibilities.

D is one of the immediate neighbours of G.

G likes violet and D does not like red. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Hence, Possibilities-II and III can be eliminated.

Only one person sits between B and C.

The one who likes white faces centre. A, C, G, E does not like white.

The one who likes yellow faces D.

The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. Here, Possibility-II can be eliminated. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F. Remaining person is H and remaining colour is Orange.

Hence, The final arrangement is as shown above.
The given pattern is in the form of (Person – Opposite person’s favourite colour)
Therefore, Option A does not follow the pattern since the Opposite person of A is G and G’s favourite colour is Violet.

A sits third to the right of B, who is an immediate neighbour of both G and E. Here, there are four possibilities.

D is one of the immediate neighbours of G.

G likes violet and D does not like red. The one who likes Silver is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes violet. The one who likes red sits to the immediate left of the one who likes violet. Hence, Possibilities-II and III can be eliminated.

Only one person sits between B and C.

The one who likes white faces centre. A, C, G, E does not like white.

The one who likes yellow faces D.

The person who likes brown sits opposite to the one who likes blue. Here, Possibility-II can be eliminated. Only two persons sit between the one who likes brown and F. Remaining person is H and remaining colour is Orange.

Hence, The final arrangement is as shown above.
Therefore, F likes White colour.

The ages of given personsÂ Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and HenryÂ  will be 44, 40, 36, 34, 32, 28, 26, 18 not necessarily in the same order. Now consider the following statements. Considering all the names to be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in the solution.
Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch.Â The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry.Â At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. Two casesÂ  are obtained.

The age of Emma will be ’36’ as it is the only perfect square in the given ages. The age of Henry will be either 44 or 34 and the age of finch will be either 40 or 28. ’28’ is the only multiple of 7 present here so the one who’s age is 26 years of age sits opposite to that of the person who’s age is 28 years.

Now,
The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of H and faces a direction which is opposite to that of A, whoâ€™s age is 44.Â The difference between the ages of A and G is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other.Â Both the immediate neighbours of B, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction.Â C sits to the immediate right of G, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years.Â G faces outside.

From the above information, we can say that the age of A is 44 and that of GÂ is 40 (as the difference between them is 4). And the age of H is 32 and the age of Finch is 28. And to the immediate left ofÂ H only D can sit as B(18), G, A(44), E(26) cannot sit at that place. As C sits to the immediate right of G who is facing outside the centre, the first case will be eliminated. The arrangement would look like this.

Now, E sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of G.Â The one who is the oldest faces inside. So as A faces inside, B faces outside. E sits between G and F. And A is occupied by the remaining position i.e between B and H. But the direction of E cannot be determined. The final arrangement will be-

C is to the immediate right of G and F is third to right of C.

Hence, option B is the correct answer.

The ages of given personsÂ Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and HenryÂ  will be 44, 40, 36, 34, 32, 28, 26, 18 not necessarily in the same order. Now consider the following statements. Considering all the names to be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in the solution.
Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch.Â The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry.Â At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. Two casesÂ  are obtained.

The age of Emma will be ’36’ as it is the only perfect square in the given ages. The age of Henry will be either 44 or 34 and the age of finch will be either 40 or 28. ’28’ is the only multiple of 7 present here so the one who’s age is 26 years of age sits opposite to that of the person who’s age is 28 years.

Now,
The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of H and faces a direction which is opposite to that of A, whoâ€™s age is 44.Â The difference between the ages of A and G is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other.Â Both the immediate neighbours of B, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction.Â C sits to the immediate right of G, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years.Â G faces outside.

From the above information, we can say that the age of A is 44 and that of GÂ is 40 (as the difference between them is 4). And the age of H is 32 and the age of Finch is 28. And to the immediate left ofÂ H only D can sit as B(18), G, A(44), E(26) cannot sit at that place. As C sits to the immediate right of G who is facing outside the centre, the first case will be eliminated. The arrangement would look like this.

Now, E sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of G.Â The one who is the oldest faces inside. So as A faces inside, B faces outside. E sits between G and F. And A is occupied by the remaining position i.e between B and H. But the direction of E cannot be determined. The final arrangement will be-

H(32) sits opposite to that of E(36).

Hence, option D is the correct answer.

The ages of given personsÂ Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and HenryÂ  will be 44, 40, 36, 34, 32, 28, 26, 18 not necessarily in the same order. Now consider the following statements. Considering all the names to be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in the solution.
Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch.Â The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry.Â At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. Two casesÂ  are obtained.

The age of Emma will be ’36’ as it is the only perfect square in the given ages. The age of Henry will be either 44 or 34 and the age of finch will be either 40 or 28. ’28’ is the only multiple of 7 present here so the one who’s age is 26 years of age sits opposite to that of the person who’s age is 28 years.

Now,
The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of H and faces a direction which is opposite to that of A, whoâ€™s age is 44.Â The difference between the ages of A and G is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other.Â Both the immediate neighbours of B, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction.Â C sits to the immediate right of G, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years.Â G faces outside.

From the above information, we can say that the age of A is 44 and that of GÂ is 40 (as the difference between them is 4). And the age of H is 32 and the age of Finch is 28. And to the immediate left ofÂ H only D can sit as B(18), G, A(44), E(26) cannot sit at that place. As C sits to the immediate right of G who is facing outside the centre, the first case will be eliminated. The arrangement would look like this.

Now, E sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of G.Â The one who is the oldest faces inside. So as A faces inside, B faces outside. E sits between G and F. And A is occupied by the remaining position i.e between B and H. But the direction of E cannot be determined. The final arrangement will be-

B sits to the right of the one who is 32 years i.e H.

Hence, option A is the correct answer.

The ages of given personsÂ Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and HenryÂ  will be 44, 40, 36, 34, 32, 28, 26, 18 not necessarily in the same order. Now consider the following statements. Considering all the names to be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in the solution.
Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch.Â The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry.Â At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. Two cases are obtained.

The age of Emma will be ’36’ as it is the only perfect square in the given ages. The age of Henry will be either 44 or 34 and the age of finch will be either 40 or 28. ’28’ is the only multiple of 7 present here so the one who’s age is 26 years of age sits opposite to that of the person who’s age is 28 years.

Now,
The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of H and faces a direction which is opposite to that of A, whoâ€™s age is 44.Â The difference between the ages of A and G is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other.Â Both the immediate neighbours of B, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction.Â C sits to the immediate right of G, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years.Â G faces outside.

From the above information, we can say that the age of A is 44 and that of GÂ is 40 (as the difference between them is 4). And the age of H is 32 and the age of Finch is 28. And to the immediate left ofÂ H only D can sit as B(18), G, A(44), E(26) cannot sit at that place. As C sits to the immediate right of G who is facing outside the centre, the first case will be eliminated. The arrangement would look like this.

Now, E sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of G.Â The one who is the oldest faces inside. So as A faces inside, B faces outside. E sits between G and F. And A is occupied by the remaining position i.e between B and H. But the direction of E cannot be determined. The final arrangement will be-

The age of C is 34 years. Hence, option C is the correct answer.

The ages of given personsÂ Abel, Brooklynn, Caroline, David, Emma, Finch, George and HenryÂ  will be 44, 40, 36, 34, 32, 28, 26, 18 not necessarily in the same order. Now consider the following statements. Considering all the names to be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H in the solution.
Caroline sits second to the left of Henry, who is four years older than Finch.Â The one who is 28 years of age sits third to the right of Henry.Â At present Emmaâ€™s age is a perfect square. The one whoâ€™s age is a multiple of 7 sits opposite to the one who is the second youngest person. Two casesÂ  are obtained.

The age of Emma will be ’36’ as it is the only perfect square in the given ages. The age of Henry will be either 44 or 34 and the age of finch will be either 40 or 28. ’28’ is the only multiple of 7 present here so the one who’s age is 26 years of age sits opposite to that of the person who’s age is 28 years.

Now,
The youngest person is not an immediate neighbour of H and faces a direction which is opposite to that of A, whoâ€™s age is 44.Â The difference between the ages of A and G is 4 years and faces a direction opposite to each other.Â Both the immediate neighbours of B, who is younger than all of his friends, face opposite directions to each other and the immediate neighbours of Emma face same direction.Â C sits to the immediate right of G, Whoâ€™s age is 40 years.Â G faces outside.

From the above information, we can say that the age of A is 44 and that of GÂ is 40 (as the difference between them is 4). And the age of H is 32 and the age of Finch is 28. And to the immediate left ofÂ H only D can sit as B(18), G, A(44), E(26) cannot sit at that place. As C sits to the immediate right of G who is facing outside the centre, the first case will be eliminated. The arrangement would look like this.

Now, E sits third to right of David, who faces a direction opposite to that of G.Â The one who is the oldest faces inside. So as A faces inside, B faces outside. E sits between G and F. And A is occupied by the remaining position i.e between B and H. But the direction of E cannot be determined. The final arrangement will be-

As the direction of EÂ is not known, the answer is “Cannot be determined”

Hence, option E is the correct answer.

C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. Here, there are two possibilities.

The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB.

H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor.

G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. Here, There will be four possibilities.

There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. Hence, Possibilities-III and IV gets eliminated.

No one lives between E and C. Here, There will be three possibilities.

D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor.

There are three people living between D and B. Here, Possibilities-I and III can be eliminated since B and D cannot be three floors away.

The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor.

A lives on one of the floors above B. Then, F lives on the lowermost floor.

There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The person who likes White colour supports MI.

There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. Here, There will be two possibilities.

The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK.

There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Here, There will be four possibilities. Remaining team will be SRH.

The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour. Hence, Possibilities II, III and IV can be eliminated.

Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. Hence, G likes Black colour.

Since no other information is given, the final arrangement is as shown below

Therefore, B likes Pink colour.

C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. Here, there are two possibilities.

The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB.

H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor.

G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. Here, There will be four possibilities.

There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. Hence, Possibilities-III and IV gets eliminated.

No one lives between E and C. Here, There will be three possibilities.

D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor.

There are three people living between D and B. Here, Possibilities-I and III can be eliminated since B and D cannot be three floors away.

The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor.

A lives on one of the floors above B. Then, F lives on the lowermost floor.

There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The person who likes White colour supports MI.

There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. Here, There will be two possibilities.

The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK.

There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Here, There will be four possibilities. Remaining team will be SRH.

The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour. Hence, Possibilities II, III and IV can be eliminated.

Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. Hence, G likes Black colour.

Since no other information is given, the final arrangement is as shown below

Therefore, C supports SRH.

C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. Here, there are two possibilities.

The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB.

H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor.

G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. Here, There will be four possibilities.

There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. Hence, Possibilities-III and IV gets eliminated.

No one lives between E and C. Here, There will be three possibilities.

D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor.

There are three people living between D and B. Here, Possibilities-I and III can be eliminated since B and D cannot be three floors away.

The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor.

A lives on one of the floors above B. Then, F lives on the lowermost floor.

There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The person who likes White colour supports MI.

There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. Here, There will be two possibilities.

The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK.

There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Here, There will be four possibilities. Remaining team will be SRH.

The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour. Hence, Possibilities II, III and IV can be eliminated.

Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. Hence, G likes Black colour.

Since no other information is given, the final arrangement is as shown below

Therefore, F lives on the lowermost floor.

C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. Here, there are two possibilities.

The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB.

H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor.

G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. Here, There will be four possibilities.

There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. Hence, Possibilities-III and IV gets eliminated.

No one lives between E and C. Here, There will be three possibilities.

D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor.

There are three people living between D and B. Here, Possibilities-I and III can be eliminated since B and D cannot be three floors away.

The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor.

A lives on one of the floors above B. Then, F lives on the lowermost floor.

There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The person who likes White colour supports MI.

There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. Here, There will be two possibilities.

The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK.

There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Here, There will be four possibilities. Remaining team will be SRH.

The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour. Hence, Possibilities II, III and IV can be eliminated.

Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. Hence, G likes Black colour.

Since no other information is given, the final arrangement is as shown below

Therefore, Either D or H likes Red colour.

C lives on an odd numbered floor above 4th floor and likes Violet colour. Here, there are two possibilities.

The person who likes Pink colour lives on 2nd floor and supports RCB.

H lives on an odd numbered floor above 3rd floor.

G lives either immediately above or immediately below H. Here, There will be four possibilities.

There are at least three people between the person who likes Violet and the person who likes Pink. Hence, Possibilities-III and IV gets eliminated.

No one lives between E and C. Here, There will be three possibilities.

D supports RR and lives on an even numbered floor.

There are three people living between D and B. Here, Possibilities-I and III can be eliminated since B and D cannot be three floors away.

The person who likes Blue colour lives on the lowermost floor.

A lives on one of the floors above B. Then, F lives on the lowermost floor.

There are three people living between the person who likes Violet colour and the person who likes White colour. The person who likes White colour supports MI.

There are only three persons living between the person who supports DC and the person who supports KXIP. The person who support DC lives on one of the floors above the person who supports KXIP. Here, There will be two possibilities.

The number of people living above the person who likes Yellow colour is same as the number of people living below the person who support CSK.

There are only two people living between the person who likes Yellow and the person who supports KKR. Here, There will be four possibilities. Remaining team will be SRH.

The person who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the floors above the person who likes Violet colour. Hence, Possibilities II, III and IV can be eliminated.

Neither D nor the person who support KKR like Black colour. Hence, G likes Black colour.

Since no other information is given, the final arrangement is as shown below

Therefore, D lives exactly between C and H.

R was born on November 15th.

L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Here, there are two possibilities.

Only two people were born between M and P. Here there are three possibilities.

T and N were born in the same month. T was born before N. In Possibility-I, T and N cannot be placed in the same month. Hence, it can be eliminated.

No one was born between N and M. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. S is a painter in Mumbai. Doctor is from Chennai. Then, S was born on May 27th. Remaining person Q was born on 27th November.

The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. Hence, He can be born on either 15th or 27th of February.

Only two persons were born between M and Tailor.

Plumber and Painter were born in the same month.

The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru.

T works in Lucknow. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. Hence, Q is an Engineer in Pune.

Accountant was born before Driver.

Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Therefore, The final arrangement is as shown above.

Hence, Q works in Pune.

R was born on November 15th.

L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Here, there are two possibilities.

Only two people were born between M and P. Here there are three possibilities.

T and N were born in the same month. T was born before N. In Possibility-I, T and N cannot be placed in the same month. Hence, it can be eliminated.

No one was born between N and M. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. S is a painter in Mumbai. Doctor is from Chennai. Then, S was born on May 27th. Remaining person Q was born on 27th November.

The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. Hence, He can be born on either 15th or 27th of February.

Only two persons were born between M and Tailor.

Plumber and Painter were born in the same month.

The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru.

T works in Lucknow. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. Hence, Q is an Engineer in Pune.

Accountant was born before Driver.

Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Therefore, The final arrangement is as shown above.

Hence, Plumber works in Hyderabad.

R was born on November 15th.

L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Here, there are two possibilities.

Only two people were born between M and P. Here there are three possibilities.

T and N were born in the same month. T was born before N. In Possibility-I, T and N cannot be placed in the same month. Hence, it can be eliminated.

No one was born between N and M. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. S is a painter in Mumbai. Doctor is from Chennai. Then, S was born on May 27th. Remaining person Q was born on 27th November.

The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. Hence, He can be born on either 15th or 27th of February.

Only two persons were born between M and Tailor.

Plumber and Painter were born in the same month.

The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru.

T works in Lucknow. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. Hence, Q is an Engineer in Pune.

Accountant was born before Driver.

Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Therefore, The final arrangement is as shown above.

Hence, P is the 3rd youngest person.

R was born on November 15th.

L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Here, there are two possibilities.

Only two people were born between M and P. Here there are three possibilities.

T and N were born in the same month. T was born before N. In Possibility-I, T and N cannot be placed in the same month. Hence, it can be eliminated.

No one was born between N and M. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. S is a painter in Mumbai. Doctor is from Chennai. Then, S was born on May 27th. Remaining person Q was born on 27th November.

The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. Hence, He can be born on either 15th or 27th of February.

Only two persons were born between M and Tailor.

Plumber and Painter were born in the same month.

The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru.

T works in Lucknow. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. Hence, Q is an Engineer in Pune.

Accountant was born before Driver.

Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Therefore, The final arrangement is as shown above.

Hence, T works as Accountant.

R was born on November 15th.

L and M were born on 15th in a month which has 31 days. Here, there are two possibilities.

Only two people were born between M and P. Here there are three possibilities.

T and N were born in the same month. T was born before N. In Possibility-I, T and N cannot be placed in the same month. Hence, it can be eliminated.

No one was born between N and M. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who is a painter was born immediately before the person who works in Chennai. S is a painter in Mumbai. Doctor is from Chennai. Then, S was born on May 27th. Remaining person Q was born on 27th November.

The person who is from Kolkata was born in a month which has least number of days. Hence, He can be born on either 15th or 27th of February.

Only two persons were born between M and Tailor.

Plumber and Painter were born in the same month.

The number of people born before the person who works in Kolkata is same as the number of persons born after the person who works in Bengaluru. The person who is a watchman works in Bengaluru.

T works in Lucknow. Hence, Possibility-I can be eliminated.

The person who works in Pune is an Engineer. Hence, Q is an Engineer in Pune.

Accountant was born before Driver.

Plumber doesnâ€™t work in Delhi.

Therefore, The final arrangement is as shown above.

Hence, P was born on July 27th.