CLAT Logical-Reasoning: Questions 48 - 50 of 861

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Question number: 48

» Statement - Course of Action

Course of Action▾

Statement

Students are moving for admission from one college to another, who are indulged in anti-social activities, as there is no coordination between the University, its colleges and various authorities.

Actions

  1. The information of student going from one college to another should be passed on between colleges.

  2. The University should itself look upon admissions in all colleges.

  3. Such committee should be made separately to punish those students who get into anti-social activities.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Both action Ⅱ & action Ⅲ follow.

b.

Either action Ⅰ or action Ⅱ follows & only action Ⅲ follows.

c.

Only action Ⅱ follows.

d.

Only action Ⅰ follows.

Question number: 49

» Statement - Course of Action

Course of Action▾

Statement

Chloroquine, which is widely used medicine for malaria patients has stopped working on certain mosquito bites.

Actions

  1. Chloroquine should not be sold anymore.

  2. New medicine should be developed to replace the existing one by researchers.

  3. To check which mosquito is causing such bite, patients suffering from malaria should be checked.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either action Ⅰ or action Ⅱ follows & only action Ⅲ follows.

b.

Both action Ⅱ & action Ⅲ follow.

c.

Only action Ⅰ follows.

d.

Only action Ⅱ follows.

Question number: 50

» Statement - Argument

Statement-Argument▾

Statement

Should adult education made compulsion and given status above the ordinary course of education?

Arguments

  1. Success of normal education depends on the decision, hence it should not be included.

  2. It should be given priority as this will light up the darken areas of adult illiteracy.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

b.

None of the arguments is strong.

c.

All of the arguments are strong.

d.

Only argument Ⅰ is strong.

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