Statement - Argument (CLAT Logical-Reasoning): Questions 10 - 12 of 156

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Question number: 10

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Statement

Should all the electronic goods be done away with import duty?

Arguments

  1. No, due to no tax, the government income will subside and affect the development activities done in the country.

  2. No, the electronics cannot be produced domestically as similar quality to foreign goods.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a. Only argument Ⅰ is strong.
b. None of the arguments is strong.
c. Only argument Ⅱ is strong.
d. All of the arguments are strong.

Question number: 11

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Statement

Should structures created without authority be brought down?

Arguments

  1. No, as the people living in such structures would lose their homes.

  2. This will very well act as final warning and then people will not construct such houses.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a. All of the arguments are strong.
b. Only argument Ⅱ is strong.
c. Only argument Ⅰ is strong.
d. Either one of the arguments is strong.

Question number: 12

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Statement

Should school teachers be not allowed to take their own private tuitions?

Arguments

  1. Students need knowledge and help off expertise from these teachers, hence they should be allowed to take tuitions.

  2. School teachers should not be allowed to take tuitions as this will be injustice to those unemployed who are educated and earn by taking tuitions.

  3. If this step is made compulsion, this will lead to quality improvisation of education in schools.

  4. Schools teachers get requisite salary and hence they shouldn’t be allowed to take tuitions.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a. Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅳ is strong & both argument Ⅱ & argument Ⅲ are strong & only argument Ⅱ is strong.
b. Both argument Ⅲ & argument Ⅳ are strong.
c. Only argument Ⅲ is strong.
d. Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅱ is strong & both argument Ⅲ & argument Ⅳ are strong & only argument Ⅳ is strong.

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