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: Now India is self-sufficient in metal production due to National Aluminium Company.

Conclusions:

I. Before attaining this stage, India was importing Aluminium from outside.

II. If the speed continues like this, soon India can earn by exporting outside.

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

The term “Now India is self-sufficient” indicates that previously India was not self-sufficient and hence must be importing aluminium from outside. It also can be clearly predicted that this pace will make India exporting aluminium outside.

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: Destiny can be influenced by the choices made by the modern man unlike in the past.

Conclusions:

I. In the past, the number of options available to a man were less.

II. The desire to influence the past was also not present in the man during old times.

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

From the given statement, it can be clearly understood that the first conclusion is valid whereas the second one does not have any link.

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: Those who are applying, if will not fulfil the eligibility criteria or if their application will not be submitted before the last date, then they will not be called for the written test.

Conclusions:

I. Candidates getting intimation letter for the written test have submitted their applications before the last date and do fulfil the eligibility criteria.

II. First scrutiny of the applications will be done then intimation letter will be sent to the candidates.

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

Conclusion I can be directly inferred from the given statement. Conclusion II is the indirect course of action. So both the conclusions are 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 4 - Statement: Quality comes with a price. India is spending a lot for education.

Conclusions:

I. Soon improvement in the quality of education in India will happen.

II. Only funding can improve the quality of education.

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

According to the given statement, to get quality education, one needs to spend much and India is spending much for quality education. Therefore, it is for sure that the quality of education is going to improve in near future. Hence conclusion I is valid. Conclusion II however, 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 5 - Statement: When it comes to the education of their children, parents do not hesitate to pay money.

Conclusions:

I. These days parents are financially well established.

II. All parents want their children to get quality education from a good school.

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

Statement have not told anything about the financial status of the parents but it depicts the enthusiasm of every parent to see their children getting well educated. Hence conclusion II is 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 6 - Statement: Inviting Barack Obama as guest in republic day’s parade is a master stroke by Modi.

Conclusions:

I. It will tighten the relationship between India and US.

II. Next year Modi will invite Russian President.

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

The two conclusions has no resemblance with the given statement.

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: Nepal was selected by the UNICEF executive board.

Conclusions:

I. A bad news for India, as Nepal is trying to have a good relationship with China.

II. Nepal has been always been as a good friend to 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 : C

Explanation

Here any one of the two given conclusions can happen.

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: Department of Post on 1st Jan 2016 formed a one man committee to study issues in post.

Conclusions:

I. Department of Post need to focus on fixed deposits.

II. Department of post is the oldest department in our country.

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

Here neither of the conclusions have valid proofs that can be derived from the given statement. Hence neither of them are 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 9 - Statement: Senior IRS officer Arun Kumar Jain appointed as chairman of Central board of direct taxes (CBDT).

Conclusions:

I. CBDT has important role in collection of taxes.

II. GST will be implemented from the April of this year.

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

Implementation of GST has no clue in the given statement but the conclusion I is defining the work of GST. Hence our answer is option A.

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: A good manager can manage his team very well.

Conclusions:

I. A team always need a good manager.

II. Manager also needs group member’s support.

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

Nothing specific has been told about manager’s requirement in conclusion II. However; conclusion I can be indirectly referred from the given statement.

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