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## Test of Reasoning

Directions (Q. 1-5): Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage? You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer (1): If the inference is "definitely true", i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
Mark answer (2): If the inference is ‘probably true’ though not ‘definitely true’ in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer (3): If the data are inadequate, i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false.
Mark answer (4): If the inference is ‘probably false’ though not ‘definitely false’ in the light of the facts given.
Mark answer (5): If the inference is ‘definitely false’ ’i.e. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts.

During the decade of 70’s the growth rate of population in India was 2.22 per cent per annum. From mid 80s through 90s there is a change in the growth rate and for 1996-2001 it is expected at 1.62 percent. This is expected to reach 1.50 percent during 2006-2011. Similarly, the expectation of life, which at present is about 65 for female and 62 for male population, will grow to 68 for female and 66 for male. In absolute terms, the population of India will cross a billion mark by the turn of the century and will increase to 1179 million by year 2011.

1. The economic activities in India will grow and the income will rise in future decades.
2. The rate of growth of the population in India has already become negative.
3. From 2001 to next 10 years the population will continue to grow at the rate 1.79% per year.
4. The proportion of older people in the population of India will increase in the coming years.
5. The growth rate of female population in India is expected to continue to decline till 2011.

Directions (Q. 6-10): In each question below is given a statement followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statement.
Give answer (1): If only conclusion I follows
Give answer (2): If only conclusion II follows
Given answer (3): If either I or II follows
Give answer (4): If neither I nor II follows and
Give answer (5): If both I and II follow

6. Statement: The eligibility for admission to the course is minimum second class master’s degree. However, the candidates who have appeared for the final year examination of master’s degree can also apply.
Conclusions:
I. All candidates who have yet to get their master’s degree will be there in the list of selected candidates.
II. All candidates having obtained second class master’s degree will be there in the list of selected candidates.

7. Statement: The government-run company had asked its employees to declare their income and assets but it has been strongly resisted by employees union and no employee is going to declare his income.
Conclusions:
I. The employees of this company do not seem to have any additional undisclosed income besides their salary.
II. The employees’ union wants all senior officers to declare their income first.

8. Statement: The ‘Official Secrets Act’ (OSA) enacted by the XYZ government during the war seems to be the source of much corruption in the country ‘P’.
Conclusions:
I. The Official Secrets Act has to be abolished immediately to stop corruption in country ‘P’.
II. The XYZ government wanted to encourage corruption in the government offices.

9. Statement: After collision of two vessels in the sea all the crewmen and passengers are declared as missing. - A news report
Conclusions:
I. No one from the two vessels has survived after the collision.
II. A few persons from the two vessels may have survived and are missing.

10. Statement: Good health is a luxury in country ‘P’ where rate of death is very high compared to other nations of that region.
Conclusions:
I. People in country ‘P’ cannot afford to have many luxuries of life.
II. Good health is a gift of nature.

Directions (Q. 11-15): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer (1): If only assumption I is implicit,
Give answer (2): If only assumption II is implicit,
Give answer (3): If either I or II is implicit,
Give answer (4): If neither I nor II is implicit’ and
Give answer (5): If both I and II are implicit

11. Statement: ‘You are expected to be frank and objective while writing yourself appraisal report’. -An instruction for writing self-appraisal report
Assumptions:
I. Unless cautioned, people may tend to be a little shy and less objective while writing their self-appraisal report.
II. Every self-appraisal report helps the person in his further development.

12. Statement: The higher echelons of any organisation are expected to be models of observational learning and should not be considered as merely sources of rewards and punishments.
Assumptions:
I. Employees are likely to be sensitive enough to learn by observing the behaviour of their bosses.
II. Normally bosses are considered as sources of reward and punishment.

13. Statement: ‘But, out of A, B, C and D products, you buy ‘B’, which alone is based on international technology. - A shopkeeper tells a customer.
Assumptions:
I. The customers normally accept the recommendation of the shopkeeper.
II. Use of international technology is supposed to ensure better quality standards.

14. Statement: The organisation should promote employees on the basis of merit alone and not on the basis of length of service or seniority.
Assumptions:
I. Length of service or seniority does not alone reflect merit of an employee.
II. It is possible to determine and measure merit of an employee.

15. Statement: Highly brilliant and industrious students do not always excel in the written examination.
Assumptions:
I. The written examination is good mainly for mediocre students.
II. The brilliant and industrious students cannot always write good answer in the exam.

Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the following information to answer the given questions.
A word arrangement machine when given an input line of words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of the input and the steps of rearrangement.
Input: going but for crept te light sir
Step I: crept going but forte light sir
Step II: crept going light but forte sir
Step III: crept going light but for sir te
(Step III is the last step for this input)
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in the given questions the appropriate step for the given input

16. Input: the in gar as he may me
Which of the following will be the third step for this input?
1) car the in as he may me
2) car may the as in he me
3) car as may he the in me
4) car may the in as he me
5) None of these

17. If the second step of an input is ‘clever remand window sales batch tiger never’ which of the following will be its sixth step?
1) clever remand window batch sales tiger never
2) window remand clever sales batch tiger never
3) batch never sales tiger clever remand window
4) clever remand window tiger batch sales never
5) It cannot have six step

18. If the input is ‘true se veto be nuke my like’, which of the following will be the IV step?
1) like nuke true veto he se my
2) be my like se true veto nuke
3) be my se like true veto nuke
4) veto true nuke like so be my
5) Cannot be determined

19. Input: ‘more fight cats cough sough acts idea’. Which of the following steps will be the last step for this input?
1) III
2) IV
3) V
4) VI
5) VII

20. If the V step of an input is ‘more pure soft cat not so sir at’, what will be the II step?
1) at so more pure cat not soft sir
2) more pure soft so sir cat at not
3) more pure soft cat so sir at not
4) more so sir soft pure cat at not
5) Cannot be determined

Directions (Q. 21-27): Read the following information answer the questions given below:
A business house desires to recruit Marketing Manager based on the following criteria.
The candidate must:
A) be having an MMM (Master’s degree in Marketing Management) with 55% or above marks
B) have minimum 60% marks at graduation
C) have at least years experience as Assistant Marketing Manage
D) provide a security deposit of Rs 50000
However, if a candidate fulfils all the other criteria except at
(i) ‘C’ but has at least five years of marketing experience out of which 2 years as Marketing Manager be referred to Chief Manager.
(ii) ‘D’, but can give a bond of service for 3 years, be referred to A.G.M.
(iii) ‘A’, but has more than_j0% marks at graduation and minimum 50% at M.M.M., be referred to DGM.
The age limit is between 27 years and 32 years and all the cases given below fulfill this requirement. Now, based on the above criteria and the information given below, you have to take decision in regard to each case. You are not to assume any information. No further information is available.
1) to be referred to DGM
2) to be referred to AGM
3) to be referred to Chief Manager
4) the candidate is to be selected
5) the candidate is to be rejected

21. Punam Mitra is a dynamic lady having 7 years of marketing experience, out of which 4 years as Assistant Marketing Manager. She has less than 55 per cent marks at MMM but is a keen sportswoman. She has 65% marks at graduation and 72% marks at post graduation in English literature. She can pay Rs 50,000 as security deposit.
22. Mohan Balwani comes from a rich family. He has done his MMM with 60 per cent marks and has secured 57 per cent at graduation. He has 6 years of marketing experience, of which 3 years as Assistant Marketing Manager in a big company. He is ready to provide bond of service as well as security deposit of Rs. 50,000. His father was a reputed businessman.
23. Sneha Bhat is ready to pay Rs 50,000 as security deposit. She has seven years of marketing experience but was promoted as Assistant Marketing Manager only two-and a half years ago. She has excellent academic record having 70 per cent and above marks right from graduation to MMM.
24. Mulayam Bahl has done his MMM after doing his B.Com. and M. Com. He joined as Marketing Trainee and after two years became Assistant Marketing Manager. After four years as Assistant Marketing Manager he has been promoted as Deputy Marketing Manager. He can give Rs 50,000 as security deposit. He has 65 per cent, 50 per cent and 57 per cent marks at B.Com., M.Com. and at MMM respectively.
25. Ajinkya Deo has been securing 70 per cent and above marks right from SSC to graduation and at MMM also. He is ready to pay security deposit of Rs 50,000. He has 5 years experience in marketing, out of which three-and-a-half years as Assistant Marketing Manager.
26. Chintan De Souza has done his B.Tech. (Engineering Degree) ﬁom I.I.T. Kharagpur and his MMM from a prestigious management institute. He joined as Marketing Trainee and in one year became Assistant Marketing Manager. After working for 3 years he was promoted as Deputy Marketing Manager two years ago. He desires to give bond of service for 3 years. His marks at graduation and MMM are 65 per cent and 60 per cent respectively.
27. Keval Shanna has 8 years of total marketing experience. For last four years he has been working as Assistant Marketing Manager. He is ready to give Rs 50,000 as security deposit. He was sick at MMM examination and secured 53 per cent marks. His father is a lawyer. Keval has secured 75% and above marks at SSC, HSC as well as at graduation.

28. A supplement of Vitamin A and Zinc may boost children ’s resistance to Malaria (Observation from one experiment conducted last year in a village ‘X’). Which of the following, if true, would weaken the statement?
1) No adult in village ‘X’ has fallen sick because of Malaria.
2) Last three years there is hardly any case of child affected by Malaria from village ‘X’.
3) The experiment with Vitamin A and Zinc is being duplicated in other nearby cities adjacent to village ‘X’.
4) Vitamin A and Zinc are readily available in village ‘X’.
5) Villages adjacent to ‘X’ have reported substantial cases of Malaria affecting mostly children.

29. After establishment of industrial estate 5 years ago at village ‘D’ the economic condition of its villagers has improved considerably. Which of the following, if true, contradicts the statement?
1) A branch of a bank has been opened at village ‘D’ during last three years.
2) The shops of village ‘D’ report increase in the sale of entertainment items during last two years.
3) Very recently hotels with beer bars have come up in village ‘D’.
4) Money-lenders and the branches of banks report demand for second loan to return earlier loan.
5) Number of buses run by private and state government agencies halt at village ‘D’.

30. If statements ‘Wealthy persons are not necessarily happy’ and ‘Dashrath is not happy’ are assumed to be true then which of the following is definitely TRUE?
1) Dashrath is not wealthy
2) Dashrath is wealthy but not happy
3) Dashrath is not wealthy and therefore not happy
4) Other wealthy persons are not as unhappy as Dashrath
5) None of these

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