CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) 2020 MCQs Questions Paper Part 25

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Question 128

Direction: Following is an array of questions to test your reasoning ability in different situations. Answer each of them according to the question asked in each of them respectively:

Which alternative applies to the following Statement and Assumption?

Statement: Go by Aeroplane to reach Delhi from Chennai quickly.

Assumptions:

I. Chennai and Delhi are connected by Air service.

II. There is no other means to commute from Chennai to Delhi.

III. The Air distance between Delhi and Chennai is less.

A. Only I is implicit.

B. Only I and II are implicit.

C. Only I and III are implicit.

D. Only II is implicit.

Question 129

Direction: Following is an array of questions to test your reasoning ability in different situations. Answer each of them according to the question asked in each of them respectively:

Ananya and Krishna can speak and follow English. Bulbul can write and speak Hindi as Archana does. Archana talks with Ananya also in Bengali. Krishna cannot follow Bengali. Bulbul talks with Ananya in Hindi. Who can speak and follow English, Hindi and Bengali?

A. Archana

B. Bulbul

C. Krishna

D. Ananya

Question 130

Direction: Following is an array of questions to test your reasoning ability in different situations. Answer each of them according to the question asked in each of them respectively:

If ‘367’ means ‘I am happy’ ; ‘748’ means ‘you are sad’ and ‘469’ means ‘happy and sad’ in a given code, then which of the following represents ‘and’ in the code?

A. 3

B. 6

C. 9

D. 4

Direction: One of the biggest casualties of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown has been institutionalized education. Schools have been shut to prevent the spread of the virus and this has given way to online classrooms, a very new concept in India even for the most sophisticated schools. It is commendable how easily some educational institutions have moved to virtual classrooms, all thanks to tools such as Zoom, Google Hangouts and Microsoft Teams. But there are some still struggling to get online. The online classes, whatever the enabling technology, is only as good as the teachers and the ability of the students to grasp the new teaching technique. One of the teachers felt students are actually more responsive and active in online classrooms, compared to when they are in physical ones. This could be because this is a new concept and they are excited to explore it with the teachers. They also don՚t get distracted by their classmates, which frequently happens in a regular class. Teachers do find the absence of a blackboard a disadvantage and network connectivity a constant problem. We miss the clarity that a blackboard gives us, we are kind of making do with the virtual whiteboard on Zoom. Shweta Kawatra, a parent who teaches in a New Delhi school, highlights that many students have not been able to take advantage of the virtual platform because they do not have a suitable device at home or lack a good internet connection. It has its own share of disadvantages too. Too much screen time can be perilous for health. Prolonged online sessions can be overwhelming and may lead to problems related to vision, body posture and sleep disorder, Kawatra adds.

[Excerpt from an Article by Sneha Saha, The Indian Express, dated April 18,2020]

Question 131

What is the Central Idea of the passage above?

A. Institutionalized education was much better than the current online education system.

B. Institutionalized education cannot be replaced by any other system of education.

C. Virtual Classroom teaching is a sustainable approach to education in modern times.

D. None of the above.

Question 132

Which of the following statements cannot be inferred from the passage above?

A. Virtual Classroom teaching is a sustainable approach to education.

B. Virtual Classroom teaching causes health problems.

C. Institutionalized education system has its advantages.

D. All of the above.

Question 133

Which of the following is an implicit assumption in the observation that students are more active and responsive in online classrooms as compared to that in physical ones?

I. Students are not serious while studying in physical classrooms.

II. Online classrooms inculcate more interest in students towards studies than the physical classrooms.

III. Student՚s don՚t like physical classrooms at all.

IV. Students sleep in physical classrooms.

A. Only I and II

B. Only III and IV

C. I and IV

D. I, II, III and IV.

Question 134

Which of the following can be inferred from the passage above?

A. There is a divide in opinions of people on the merits and demerits of Online education.

B. Online education system is going to replace the Institutionalized education system.

C. The institutionalized education system is not at all perilous for health of students.

D. All of the above.

Question 135

Consider this statement: Virtual education provides for various online seminars opportunities to interact with learned experts, pro-bono education classes etc. , for students across India irrespective of their economic status and background. Which of the following statements weakens the statement?

I. Many students in remote areas do not have access to internet facilities.

II. Many students in rural areas do not have devices to take advantage of the Virtual classrooms.

III. Online Seminars and pro bono classes are not interesting and do not cater to the needs of students across India.

IV. The mobile phone data packages to access such heavy online contents are not enough and participation in such events involves costly data packages which is dependent upon the economic status of those students.

A. Only I, II, III

B. Only III and IV

C. Only I, II and IV.

D. Only I and II.

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