Statement and Conclusions Online Quiz


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Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 1 - Statement: Government is directing all employees of an institution to declare their income but a strong protest has been seen from the employees and no employee is going to declare his/her income.

Conclusions:

I. Apart from their salary, the employees of this institution seem to have not any undisclosed property.

II. The union of the employees want the senior officials to declare their income first.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : D

Explanation

From the given statement, nothing can be clearly traced out about the inherent property, income of the employees and their cause of refusal to show their property to the government. Hence both the conclusions are not valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 2 - Statement: As the repairing of the main line is going to be carried out ion Friday, so main water supply of City X will be affected up to 50% on that day.

Conclusions:

I. Residents of city X should focus on economic spending of water on Friday.

II. They should store enough water from the previous day.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : E

Explanation

As it is known in advance that the city is going to face water shortage on Friday, so conclusion I and II should be followed to save the day.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 3 - Statement: Creative people always have in-hand solution.

Conclusions:

I. Those who are not creative cannot get any solution to their problems.

II. Creative people know the art of creating something from nothing that indeed helps them in getting solution from what they have.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : B

Explanation

Conclusion I is not related to what exactly is being said on statement. Rather second conclusion explains it well.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 4 - Statement: One can easily judge about the enhancing past of India by looking at the immense growing popularity of Ayurvedic medicines in the west.

Conclusions:

I. Ayurvedic medicines have not got enough popularity in India.

II. Other medicines like Allopathic have wide popularity in India.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : D

Explanation

Nothing has been clearly mentioned about the popularity of Ayurvedic or Allopathic medicine in the given statement. Hence neither of the conclusions can be taken as valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 5 - Statement: India lost in semi-final to Australia shows that we lack tough mentality in playing abroad.

Conclusions:

I. India lost more than 50% of matches playing abroad.

II. India defeated Australia in 2011 quarter final.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

In earlier times also India has lost the match while playing abroad. This adds weight to the given statement, While, conclusion II is irrelevant.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 6 - Statement: Andhra bank has launched immediate banking service all across all its branches.

Conclusions:

I. All other banks yet to apply this facility for their customers.

II. All other banks have already applied this facility for their customers.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : C

Explanation

Either any one of the two given conclusions can happen at one moment.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 7 - Statement: Union Government has approved the standing UP India scheme to promise entrepreneurship among SC and ST.

Conclusions:

I. SC and ST are lower background people who need helping hand.

II. SCs and STs are no longer backward class people, so they do not need any helping hand.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

Unless the SC and ST are backward class people, government would not have thought upon promising such things. So conclusion I is valid. However, conclusion II stands against the statement hence it is not valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 8 - Statement: INS Kadmatt was commissioned in the Indian Navy to aid the Indian navy power.

Conclusions:

I. INS Kadamatt will strengthen our Naval power.

II. Regarding Navy, India need help from England.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

Of course INS Kadamatt will increase the strength of our Navy that can be known by reading the given statement. No point has been told regarding the need to find help from England.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 9 - Statement: Akshay Kumar starrer movie “airlift” got a good word of mouth from audience.

Conclusions:

I. Film is definitely good.

II. Film will not do good business.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

Here film is getting good response means it is good and will do good business in box office too.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 10 - Statement: More emphasis should be given to engineering sector related to agriculture rather than focusing on basic and pure science.

Conclusions:

I. Much advancement has been achieved in basic and pure science in India.

II. Production sector was much neglected in the past.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : D

Explanation

Both the conclusions cannot be ascertained from the given statement. Hence neither of the two conclusions are valid.

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