Statement: Should the system of Lok Adalats and mobile courts be encouraged in India?
Arguments: I. Yes. It helps to grant speedy jusitice to the masses.
II. No. These courts are usually partial in garnting justice
Should there be a ban on recruiting women employees in companies required to work in night shifts?
I. No, the companies should instead arrange for transport up to the doorsteps of the employees.
II. Yes, it is necessary in view of the increasing number of cases of rape/molestation and cheating.
Statements: All flowers are stems
All stems are roots
Conclusions: I. All roots are flowers
II. All stems are flowers.
Jenifer did her MD after doing her MBBS. she is ready to execute 3 years bond of service. she has good command over local language as well as Hindi. she has practised for 5 years in a remote village out of her love for social service. she has obtained 77%,88%, 47% and 56% at SSC, HSC, MBBS, and MD respectively
Meenakshi, the daughter of an ex-employee of ABC Medical college, was born on 23rd October, 1980. she has passed her B.Sc. with 58% marks. she can pay only ? 20,000 as deposit
Should the retirement age for employees of Central/State Govt. be increased by two years?
I. Yes, this is required in view of the increasing longevity.
II. Yes, experienced employees are more useful than the new recruits.
How is Sanjay related to Anil ?I. Sanjay's son is the brother of only sister of Anil.II. Radhika, the only daughter of Sanjay has only two brothers.
Statement: “Best way to solve this problem of workers dissatisfaction is to offer them cash rewards. If this type of incentive can solve the problem in CIDCO company then why not here.”-A personal Manager tells the chairman of a company.
Assumptions: I. The reason for workers dissatisfaction in both the companies was similar.
II. Monetary incentives have universal appeal.
Statement: Many people have encroached into the government property and built their houses and business establishments
Courses of action:
1. The government should take immediate steps to remove all unauthorized constructions on government land
2.All the encroachers should immediately be put behind bars and also be slapped with a hefty fine.
Romila is born and brought up in a big urban city. her father is an industrialist. she has secured 87%, 56% and 48% at HSC, MBBS and MD respectively. she is willing to give bond of 3 years of service. she has worked for 5 years is rural hospital but can hardly speak the local language. however, she has working knowledge of Hindi. after the experience she plans to settle abroad.
Neha khoobchandani was born on 27th october1972. she has been working for the last seven years after her graduation in which she secured 65% marks. she has secured 45% and 55% marks in competitive written examination and interview respectively.
Statement : The municipal authority blocked movement of traffic in and around the temple during the main festival city.
Assumptions: 1.Very large number of devotees may visit the temple during the main festival day.
2. People travelling to the areas near the temple may postpone their journey by a day unless s instructed all the they have very urgent work in that area.
If pass-code for the third batch is ‘night succeed day and hard work-to for’, what will be the pass-code for the sixth batch?
Sangeeta Banerjee is a post-graduate in Commerece. She has been working for the last five years. She was twenty six years old as on 17th December, 2001. She has secured 65 per cent and 55 per cent marks in the ICWA and the competitive written examination respectively
Shamika is a 23 years old Science graduate passed in August 2008 with 52%marks. She is willing to work anywhere in India. She has cleared the selection test with 66%marks and interview with56% marks.