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Directions for Questions 41 - 43

The following questions have two statements. Select the assumption that is absolutely necessary so that the second statement can be interpreted from the first statement.

Q 41. Quality of education is high in India. Economic prosperity is an essential component to have quality of life.

A. Quality of life demands economic opportunities.

B. Economically rich people can avail better health care.

C. Education is free.

D. Education fetches high salaries.

Q 42. The U.S. used to rank at No. 1 position in competitiveness reports. The decline in the U.S. competitiveness is temporary.

A. The U.S. prosperity is technology-driven.

B. The sun never sets in the U.S. empire.

C. Most countries have significant reserves in U.S. dollars.

D. Massive imbalances (e.g. trade, fiscal) in U.S. have reached bottom.

Q 43. Many IIT students have excessively high IQ. Many corporations in India prefer students from less famous institutes for challenge projects of higher altitude.

A. Corporates in India are not very good at absorbing IIT students.

B. High IQ can not be sustained on challenge projects.

C. Attitude decides altitude.

D. MNC firms are at higher altitude.

Directions for Question 44 - 47

In the following questions statement(s) (i) and (ii) are followed by two conclusions (a) and (b). You have to assume everything in the statement to be true even if they seem to be absurd or against the material truth or commonly known facts and then decide, which of the two conclusions logically follow.

Give answer:

A: if only conclusion (a) follows.

B: if only conclusion (b) follows.

C: if either (a) or (b) follows.

D: if neither (a) nor (b) follows.

Q 44. Statement

(i) Firms in India have more strength in instrumentation than nano-bio.

(ii) Firms from Japan plan to dominate in the game of instrumentation-driven nano-bio.

Conclusions

(a) Firms in Japan should not compete with firms in India in nano-bio.

(b) Indian firms are unlikely to win in game of instrumentation-driven nano-bio against firms from Japan.

A B C D

Q 45. Statement:

It must be recognized that the analysis of society scientist cannot be expected to be

wholly free from biases derived from social milieu.

Conclusions:

(a) Social scientists lack objectivity.

(b) Social milieu creates various types of biases in the minds of the people living in that society.

A B C D

Q 46. Statement:

The dissimilarities between the problems of rural and urban development stand out

clearly when we compare the attitude of the government towards these fields.

Conclusions:

(a) Government has more favorable attitude towards rural development than urban

development.

(b) Government has more favorable attitude towards urban development than rural

development.

A B C D

Q 47. Statements:

(i) Authors are learned people.

(ii) Some doctors are authors.

Conclusions:

(a) Some doctors are learned people.

(b) There are more learned people than doctors.

A B C D

Directions for Question 48-50

In each of the following questions one statement is followed by two arguments (a) and (b) one supporting and the other against it. Mark answer:

A: if only argument (a) is strong.

B: if only argument (b) is strong.

C: if either argument (a) or (b) is strong.

D: if neither argument (a) or (b) is strong.

Q 48. Statement:

The educated people should work in villages.

Arguments:

(a) Yes-Because they can revolutionise agriculture and revamp rural atmosphere.

(b) No-The educated people should be employed in cities only because otherwise their education will go waste.

A B C D

Q 49. Statement:

Should the strikes be banned legally in India?

Arguments:

(a) Yes-Because strikes hamper production and create artificial scarcity of necessary goods.

(b) No-Because the workers will lose right of expression and would be subjected to

managerial dictates.

A B C D

Q 50. Statement:

Should the states be autonomous in India?

Arguments:

(a) Yes-India should have ‘Unity in Diversity’ in true sense of the term.

(b) No-India will have a weak centre with powerful states within the country.

A B C D

Directions for Questions 51 - 58

Below given is a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately and decide upon the degree of truth or falsity.

Mark answer:

A: The inference is definitely true, i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given.

B: The inference is “probably true”, though not definitely true in light of the facts given.

C: The data is inadequate.

D: The inference is probably false, though not definitely false, in light of the facts given.

Passage:

With productive population in large countries such as India and China Asia was a key centre of world. Industrial and other revolutions shifted the centre of gravity of world economy towards West in Europe and later in America. Japan created many world-class emerging industries of the time from steel, shipbuilding to rail-roads, automobile and electronics and achieved superior trade balance. After ICT, biotechnology and nanotechnology are the next emerging industries of future.

Q 51. The centre of gravity of world economy will again return to India, the centre of Asia.

A B C D

Q 52. With firms like Honda and Toyota still rising, Japan was and will remain competitive in automobiles industry for few more decades.

A B C D

Q 53. With strength in software, India will lead the world in ICT.

A B C D

Q 54. India need to be competitive in several industries across the spectrum from automobiles to nanotechnology to have superior trade balance.

A B C D

Q 55. China has become factory of world, but can not compete as well as India in knowledge industries such as biotech and nanotech.

A B C D

Q 56. With so many countries vying for competitiveness in emerging industries, India should prepare well to compete successfully in nanotechnology.

A B C D

Q 57. Trade balance for India in ICT is showing negative trend, India should shift rapidly into nanotech.

A B C D

Q 58. Since China is so aggressive to lead the world and India being a soft-power, India should learn to form alliances to progress.

A B C D



 
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