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Deriving Conclusions From Passages

Direction for [ Question No: 41 To 46 ] :

Primary education in Bihar is in a poor shape. Pupils in over 50 percent of the schools read in the open throughout the year. Over six million children born to lower income group parents remain Unlettered. Not even one percent of the 63,000 primary schools have facilities of furniture, toilet, drinking water and games. 3113 new teachers have been appointed in the current financial year out of which 2747 are women. Now each of the 13,270 primary schools have at least two teachers.

Answer: B

It is given in the passage that pupils in more than 50 percent of the schools read in the open. Perhaps this is because the classes provided are inadequate.

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Answer: C

The given fact is neither mentioned in nor can be derived from the given passage.

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Answer: C

The given fact is neither mentioned in nor can be derived from the given passage.

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Answer: A

According to the passage, about six million children are born to lower income group parents. This clearly implies the given fact.

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Answer: D

It is mentioned in the passage that each of the 13,270 primary schools have atleast two teachers.

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Answer: D

According to the passage less than 1 percent of 63,000 primary schools have all the facilities. Thus, less than 630 primary schools have the facilities.

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Direction for [ Question No: 47 To 50 ] :

Economic liberalization and globalization have put pressures on Indian industry, particularly on the service sector, to offer quality products and services at low costs and with high speed. Organizations have to compete with unequal partners from abroad. It is well recognized that developing countries like India are already behind other countries technologically, in many areas, although some of them, particularly India, boast of huge scientific and technical manpower. In addition to this, if an entrepreneur or industrialist has to spend a lot of his time, money and energy in dealing with unpredictable services and in negotiating with the local bureaucracy, it can have a significant dampening effect on business.

Answer: D

The statement although some of them,technical manpower in the passage refutes the given fact.

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Answer: C

The last sentence of the passage hints at cumbersome official formalities in India,but nothing can be deduced about its comparison toother countries.

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Answer: D

It is mentioned in the passage that though India boasts of huge technical manpower,yet it lags behind other countries in technology. Thus, it is quite probable that India is in no way at par with the developed countries in terms of technological development.

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Answer: A

The fact clearly follows from the first two sentences of the passage.

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