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It is given that the question stated as the capital of Ramesh and Naresh is $Rs.50,000$ and $Rs.1,50,000$ respectively and the interest will be calculated from the period of $1st$ April, $2017$ to $1st$ July,$2017$. Since the period is of $3$ moths the interest on capital will be:

Interested on Ramesh’s capital will be calculated as by using the formula:

$Interest = \dfrac{{50000 \times 8 \times 3}}{{100 \times 12}}$

On simplifying we get:

$Interest = 1000$

Therefore, the interest on Ramesh’s capital initially is $Rs.1000$

Also, we have to find Interested on Naresh’s capital will be calculated as:

$Interest = \dfrac{{150000 \times 8 \times 3}}{{100 \times 12}}$

On simplifying we get:

$Interest = 3000$

Therefore, the interest on Ramesh’s capital initially is $Rs.3000$

Now, the interest on the new capital for both the partners is same which is $Rs.2,00,000$ each.

The interest on the new capital has to be calculated from the period of $1st$ July, $2017$ to $31st$ March, $2018.$

Since the period is of $9$ months, the interest will be calculated as by using the formula and we get:

$Interest = \dfrac{{200000 \times 8 \times 9}}{{100 \times 12}}$

On simplifying we get:

$Interest = 12000$

Therefore, the interest on the new capital of Ramesh and Naresh is $Rs.12000$

Now the total interest on Ramesh’s capital is:

$ \Rightarrow 1000 + 12000$

On simplifying we get:

$ \Rightarrow 13000$, which is the total interest on Ramesh’s capital.

Now the total interest on Naresh’s capital is:

$3000 + 12000$

On simplifying we get:

$ \Rightarrow 15000$, which is the total interest on Naresh’s capital.

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