The state of a process after it encounters an I/O instruction is
Explanation: Whenever a process is just created, it is kept in Ready queue. When it starts execution, it is in Running state, as soon as it starts doing input/output operation, it is kept in the blocked state.
Refer: Process Management | Introduction
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