CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 409 - 411 of 861

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Passage

A passage on social or economic conditions will be given, on basis of which few conclusions will be drawn. You are to mark answer stating whether the inferences are true or false. Mark answer

Core sections of few companies were surveyed in India which concluded that the compensation packages available in the companies for executives were divided into certain benefits that they could avail. The items in the package increased as the position of the executive increased. Provisions such as transportation, medical and housing was made in certain companies, while others provided children education allowance. A new benefit that has recently come up is the ‘cafeteria approach’. These benefits are given, but at last which benefits the employees want to avail depends on them.

Question number: 409 (5 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

» Passage - Conclusion

MCQ▾

Question

A standard package of compensation is decided universally for most companies.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the statement is definitely true.

b.

if the statement is probably true, though not definitely true.

c.

if the conclusions is neither true nor false because the data given in the passage are inadequate.

d.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

Question number: 410

» Statement - Argument

Statement-Argument▾

Statement

Should there be a limitation attached to contest membership of Parliament/Legislative Assembly elections restricted to 65 years?

Arguments

  1. The age restriction should be there as people above 65 years lose power.

  2. People generally remain active till 80 years of age, hence there should be no restriction.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

b.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

c.

None of the arguments is strong.

d.

All of the arguments are strong.

Question number: 411

» Statement - Argument

Statement-Argument▾

Statement

Should India have a common one university in whole of India?

Arguments

  1. Yes, this will bring equality and uniformity in curriculum of all colleges.

  2. This step is difficult to implement due to administrative limitations.

  3. The job recruiters will find it easy to give jobs as evaluation criteria will get uniformed.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Both argument Ⅱ & argument Ⅲ are strong.

b.

Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅱ is strong.

c.

Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅱ is strong & only argument Ⅲ is strong.

d.

Both argument Ⅰ & argument Ⅱ are strong.

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