The following additional facts are also known.

- Seminars by students from Economics are scheduled in each of the four slots.
- Aâ€™s is the only seminar that is scheduled at 10:00 am. A is guided by R.
- F is an Anthropology student whose seminar is scheduled at 10:30 am.
- The seminar of a Sociology student is scheduled at 9:00 am.
- B and G are both Sociology students, whose seminars are scheduled in the same slot. The seminar of an Economics student, who is guided by T, is also scheduled in the same slot.
- P, who is guiding both B and C, has students scheduled in the first two slots.
- A and G are scheduled in two consecutive slots.

- Two seminars are scheduled in the first slot.
- Three seminars are scheduled in the last slot.
- Three seminars are scheduled in the first slot.
- Only one seminar is scheduled in the second slot.

- P, Q and R
- P, Q and S
- Q, R and S
- P, R and S

- H is an Economics student.
- B is scheduled in the first slot.
- S is guiding F.
- Q is guiding G.

(i) E and H are guided by T.

(ii) G is guided by Q.

- Both (i) and (ii)
- Only (ii)
- Only (i)
- Neither (i) nor (ii)

- Both D and H are guided by T.
- Exactly one of D and H is guided by T.
- At least one of D and H is guided by T.
- Neither D nor H is guided by T.

- D is guided by T.
- F is guided by S.
- E is guided by R
- G is guided by Q.

From point 5 and 6 , it is clear that B, G and C are Sociology students and P is a guide of Sociology .

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

Let the divide the slots available and room no in a table as below:

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | |||||||||

Room 2 | A | R | |||||||

Room 3 | F |

Now lets arrange the students and their guide as per information given in corresponding columnÂ â€“

As in each slot there is one economics students and A and G are scheduled to be in consecutive slot so G must be in slot 2 along with B ( As they canâ€™t be in slot 4 , because F is already there) so the table will look like â€“

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | T | G | A | R | R | ||||

Room 3 | T | F |

From here we can say there will be 1 seminor in slot 3, 2 each in slot 1 and slot 4 and 3 in slot 2.

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

Let the divide the slots available and room no in a table as below:

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | |||||||||

Room 2 | A | R | |||||||

Room 3 | F |

Now lets arrange the students and their guide as per information given in corresponding columnÂ â€“

As in each slot there is one economics students and A and G are scheduled to be in consecutive slot so G must be in slot 2 along with B ( As they canâ€™t be in slot 4 , because F is already there) so the table will look like â€“

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | G | A | R | ||||||

Room 3 | T | F |

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

So P, Q, S are not guiding any economics students.

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

H is an economics student is correct.

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

Let the divide the slots available and room no in a table as below:

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | |||||||||

Room 2 | A | R | |||||||

Room 3 | F |

Now lets arrange the students and their guide as per information given in corresponding columnÂ â€“

As in each slot there is one economics students and A and G are scheduled to be in consecutive slot so G must be in slot 2 along with B ( As they canâ€™t be in slot 4 , because F is already there) so the table will look like â€“

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | G | A | R | ||||||

Room 3 | T | F |

From here we can say there will be 1 seminor in slot 3, 2 each in slot 1 and slot 4 and 3 in slot 2.

Now ,

If D is scheduled in a slot later than Q’s. Then F must be guided by S. So GÂ will be guided by Q thus D will be in slot 4.Following arrangement will be possible.

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | H/E | T | G | Q | A | R | D | R | |

Room 3 | E/H | T | F | S |

So both statements are correct.

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

Let the divide the slots available and room no in a table as below:

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | |||||||||

Room 2 | A | R | |||||||

Room 3 | F |

Now lets arrange the students and their guide as per information given in corresponding columnÂ â€“

As in each slot there is one economics students and A and G are scheduled to be in consecutive slot so G must be in slot 2 along with B ( As they canâ€™t be in slot 4 , because F is already there) so the table will look like â€“

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | G | A | R | ||||||

Room 3 | T | F |

From here we can say there will be 1 seminor in slot 3, 2 each in slot 1 and slot 4 and 3 in slot 2.

Now , If E and Q are both scheduled in the same slot. Then they both can be either in slot 2 or slot 4 and following possibilities will be there

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | H | T | G | Q | A | R | D | R | |

Room 3 | E | T | F | S |

Or

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | H/D | T | G | S | A | R | E | R | |

Room 3 | D/H | T | F | Q |

So option c) is correct.

T is Economics guide so as R as from point 2 â€“ A is guided by R and A is an Economics students.

From the information following table can be made â€“

Department (S, G) | Students | Guide | |

Economics (4 , 2) | A, D, E , H | T , R | |

Sociology (3, 2) | B, G, C | P, S/Q | |

Anthropology department (1,1) | F | Q/S |

Let the divide the slots available and room no in a table as below:

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | |||||||||

Room 2 | A | R | |||||||

Room 3 | F |

Now lets arrange the students and their guide as per information given in corresponding columnÂ â€“

As in each slot there is one economics students and A and G are scheduled to be in consecutive slot so G must be in slot 2 along with B ( As they canâ€™t be in slot 4 , because F is already there) so the table will look like â€“

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | G | A | R | ||||||

Room 3 | T | F |

From here we can say there will be 1 seminor in slot 3, 2 each in slot 1 and slot 4 and 3 in slot 2.

Now , If D is scheduled in the slot immediately before Qâ€™s,then Q must be in slot 2 and D in slot 1 and following possibility will be there,

9:00 â€“ 9:30 | 9:30 â€“ 10:00 | 10:00 â€“ 10:30 | 10:30 â€“ 11:00 | ||||||

Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | Student | Guide | ||

Room 1 | C | P | B | P | |||||

Room 2 | D | T | G | Q | A | R | E/H | R | |

Room 3 | H/E | T | F | S |

Option) 1 is correct option.

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