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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
REASONING THE REASON

LEGAL REASONING

LOGICAL REASONING

ANALYTICAL REASONING

LEGAL REASONING

Principles : A person shall not be guilty of contempt of Court on the ground that he has published (whether by words, spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representations, or otherwise) any matter which interferes or tends to interfere with, or obstructs or tends to obstruct, the course of justice in connection with any civil or criminal proceeding pending at that time of publication, if at that time he had no reasonable grounds for believing that the proceeding was pending.

Factual Situation : Mr. 'X' delivered a lecture at a local Rotary Club in favour of an accused who is prosecuted for assaulting a police officer. He said that the accused is a victim of a prevailing corruption in the judiciary and he knows that the accused is going to be punished by the Court for being honest. Mr ' X' is charged for committing Contempt of Court.

Decision:

(a) Mr. ' X ' has not committed Contempt of Court.
(b) Mr. ' X' has committed Contempt of Court
(c) Mr. ' X' has dishonoured the Court.
(d) Mr. ' X' shall be acquitted because he is an honest man.

The answer is (b).

LOGICAL REASONING

1. Six friends are sitting before a dining table in the following order, B is sitting opposite to D, E is sitting opposite to C and A is on the extreme left end of the table facing F. Who is sitting beside B facing D and E?

(a) D
(b) C
(c) A
(d) B

The answer is (c).

2. There are five books A, B,C,D and E placed on the table. If A is placed below E, C is placed above D, B is placed below A and D is placed above E, then which of the following book touches the surface of the table?

(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

The answer is (c).

3. A shop sells toffees at ` 1 each. Each toffee is wrapped in a special wrapper. You can trade 3 of these wrappers for 1 toffee. If you have ` 15, how many toffees can you buy?

(a) 15
(b) 22
(c) 20
(d) 21

The answer is (b).

Analytical Reasoning

Directions (Qs. 1 to 3) :

Each of the following incomplete arguments is followed by four sentences. One of the four alternatives (a), (b), (c) and (d) completes the argument in order to justify the conclusion. Pick that out.

1. Man learns through experiences as he has initiative by nature.

(a) All who have initiative by nature learn through experience.
(b) Some who have initiative by nature learn through experience.
(c) None who has initiative by nature learns through experience.
(d) Only few with initiative learn through experience.

The answer is (b).

2. We now have to fight for peace with same courage and determination as we fought against aggression.

(a) All educated people can distinguish worth reading materials.
(b) Many educated people cannot distinguish worth reading materials.
(c) As much as educated people are there, it is easy to distinguish worth reading materials.
(d) All those who are educated cannot distinguish the materials worth reading.

The answer is (b).

 
 
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