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Question number: 2565

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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If the proposition ‘No dog is quadruped’ is false which one among the following propositions can be claimed certainly to be true? (18 December First Shift)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Dogs are quadruped

b.

Dogs are biped

c.

Some dogs are not quadruped.

d.

Some dogs are quadruped.

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It has to noted that, although certain overall results had been obtained in the matter of economic growth in the developing countries regarded as a group, little progress had been made towards the establishment of the new international economic order within the framework of negotiations among nations for the purpose of applying the principles adopted in 1974 by the United Nations General Assembly. The situation appeared to be marked by a slowing down at world level in the effort to find a solution to most of the major problems, due to certain inability to control the evolution of societies and economies, and a fairly widespread feeling of uncertainly as to the future. The changes which have occurred between 1978 and 1980 have only magnified the difficulties, so that today there is much talk of deterioration in the international situation. This is immediately apparent in regard to inequalities between human beings, whether considered as individuals or groups or nations. Overal1l economic disparities have not been attenuated. In many countries, per capita gross national product remains less than $300, while in others it is situated at levels ten, twenty or even thirty times higher than this amount. In some rich countries, the average income is a hundred time higher than in the poorest countries. Particularly drastic is the state of penury, destitution and, all too often, homelessness of those populations that may be regarded as history’s most recent rejects: the disinherited masses of the poorest countries. In these countries, whose economic situation is particularly critical, the problems of hunger, disease and ignorance experienced by a large part of the population seem to all but paralyse efforts made to copy with them.

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How economic disparities are reflected? (19 December Second Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Higher average income for poor countries

b.

Collectivising individuals into groups or nations

c.

Average income of some countries is a hundred times higher than in the poor countries

d.

$300 per capita GNP as benchmark

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What is apparent due to the changes occurred between 1978 and 1980? (19 December Second Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Support of rich countries

b.

Plan adjustment

c.

Reduction in poverty

d.

Inequality between human beings

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Whom do you call as history’s recent rejects? (19 December Second Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rich countries

b.

Ignorant population

c.

Large part of population

d.

Homeless population

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What was the purpose of principles adopted by the United Nations General Assembly? (19 December Second Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Establishing a new international economic order

b.

Considering developing countries as a group

c.

Obtaining results in the economic growth of developing countries

d.

Permitting negotiations among nations

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