Each question has a group of sentences marked A, B, C, and D. Arrange these to form a logical sequence.
A. In the past, the customized tailoring units were localized to the township or city and catered exclusively to domestic demand.
B. Traditionally, Indian preferred custom made clothing and the concept of ready to wear is a relatively recent one.
C. Consumer awareness of styling issues and the convenience afforded by ready to wear helped the RMG industry makes small inroads into the domestic market in the 1980s.
D. The customized tailoring outfits have always been a major source of clothing for domestic market.
A. Participation involves more than the formal sharing of decisions.
B. Through anticipation, individuals or organizations consider trends and make plans, shielding institutions from trauma of learning by shock.
C. Innovative learning involves both anticipation and participation.
D. It is an attitude characterized by the co-operation, dialogue and empathy.
Attempt these questions independent of each other.
Many of the junk foods on the market today, doughnuts, burgers and pizza, have less nutrients than natural foods, which were dominant a decade or two ago. Many nutritionists claim that pizza and doughnuts give less nourishment than natural foods. A spokesman of a leading junk food company- Pizza House - stated recently that an examination of grade school students shows less nutritional deficiency than in their parents’ time. Hence, junk foods are not as bad as made out to be.
Which of the following, if true would tend to strengthen the view of the spokesman?
Of the world’s largest AIDS cases countries in 2010, three had the same share of world AIDS patients as they had in 2000. These three countries may serve as examples of countries that succeeded in holding steady their share of the AIDS disease.
Which of the following, if true, would most seriously undermine the idea that these countries serve as examples as described above ?
The cost of housing in many urban parts of India has becomes so excessive that many young couples, with aboveaverage salaries, can only afford small apartments. EMI and rent commitments are so huge that they cannot consider the possibility of starting a family since a new baby would probably mean either the mother or father giving up a wellpaid position - something they can ill afford. The lack of or great cost of child-care facilities further precludes the return of both parents to work.
Which of the following adjustments could practically be made to the situation described above which would allow young couples to improve their housing prospects ?
Each of these questions has sentence with four alternatives. Choose the alternative which best conveys the content of the given sentence correctly.