In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement : The government of India has appointed a Joint Parliamentary Committee to investigate into the recent stock market crash.
I. The members of the committee may possess requisite expertise to carry out the investigation.
II. The people responsible for the crash may destroy all their documents before the committee lay their hands on them
Statement: The state government has issued a notification to the effect that all the coaching classes must register themselves immediately giving details of fees, infrastructural facilities and bio-data of teachers.
I. All those coaching classes which do not have requisite infrastructure and teachers may close down
II. All the coaching classes may hereafter charge uniform fees for all the students
Statement: The Union Finance Minister has recently announced that those who earn upto Rs. 3 lakhs per annum will get the benefit of additional Rs. 5,000 under standard deduction.
I. The people may welcome the decision and rally behind the government in its operation
II. The government may be able to manage with the revenue loss on account of the announcement
Statement: The management of the passenger car manufacturing company has decided to reduce its workforce in view of the sluggish demand in the market.
I. The demand of cars manufactured by the company may continue to be lower in the near future
II. The company may be able to run its operation with the reduced work force.
Statement: The district authority has decided to set up wireless communication along the coastline in view of the cyclonic storm hitting the coast.
I. The telephone communications systems may be able to withstand the fury of the cyclonic storm
II. The wireless communication systems may be able to withstand the fury of the cyclonic storm.
Below is given 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 in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Rarely is is realized that banning Africa, India enjoys the dublous distinction of having generated the largest number of displaced people a large majority in the name of development. The conservative estimate of the number of people displaced from 1950 to 1991 is about 21 millions, if one restricts the casual factors to dams, mines wildlife sanctuaries and industry. If one includes urban displacement due to various deliverate or planned activities, then the number would rise to 30-35 million. According to government records, at least 75% those displaced are still cared for or rehabilitated.
Natural calamities appear to be a major reason causing displacement in India.
Less than one-fourth of the displacement person in India appears to have been benefitted by rehabilitation schemes.
A large percentage of displacement people seem to be in the name of urban development.
Developed countries seemed to have carried out development work with suitable emphasis on proper rehabilitation.
Africa’s rate of development is higher than India.