Statement - Argument (CLAT Logical-Reasoning): Questions 16 - 18 of 154

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Question number: 16

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Statement

Should seats be reserved for jobs in private sector too as in public sector in India?

Arguments

  1. This would help people to get jobs in private sector and this will help to improve distribution of income better between poor and affluent people.

  2. Government does not give any grants to private sector and hence no impositions can be made in this manner.

  3. No other country follows this pattern and hence it shouldn’t be adopted in India.

  4. This policy will be rejected by the private sector management departments.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either one of argument Ⅰ or, Ⅲ or Ⅳ is strong & only argument Ⅱ is strong.

b.

Either argument Ⅲ or argument Ⅳ is strong & both argument Ⅰ & argument Ⅱ are strong.

c.

Only argument Ⅰ is strong.

d.

Both argument Ⅰ & argument Ⅲ are strong.

Question number: 17

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Statement

Should there be practice of reservation on basis of castes in country?

Arguments

  1. Yes, it will keep a view on all the castes in the country.

  2. No, ours is a secular state, hence this should not be supported.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

b.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

c.

All of the arguments are strong.

d.

None of the arguments is strong.

Question number: 18

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Statement

Should local language be used to educate students at all levels?

Arguments

  1. If students study in their vernacular language, they will perform better.

  2. Quality of education will be degraded as good text books may not be available in local languages.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

None of the arguments is strong.

b.

Only argument Ⅰ is strong.

c.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

d.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

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