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Mock Questions to Practice Drawing Inference for CLAT 2021

Mock Questions to Practice Drawing Inference for CLAT 2021

Mock Questions to Practice Drawing Inference for CLAT 2020

Read the following information carefully and give the answer of the given below questions.

Mark your answer​​ as.

  • Only​​ I​​ is implicit/strong​​ 

  • Only II is implicit​​ /​​ strong

  • Either I or II is implicit.

  • Neither​​ I nor II is implicit.

  • None of these.

The quality of higher education is emerging as a beneficial employment​​ opportunity.​​ Private industries and non responsible conductors are opening new way in this field.​​ It is not relevant for the state to stop the epidemic.​​ In the present time, the role of the state should be for the Welfare of the society.​​ The first step is to stop this imaginary story that education is the special mission and it will not be permitted to trade in it.​​ The entry of private funds in sector of higher studies is not the matter. It​​ is not​​ in​​ the purview of the state to stop the investment of private funds in higher education. On the contrary, the state should increase its participation in the section and should give a new face​​ to​​ the society.

  • The state should increase its contribution in educational field.​​ What is this strong argument for this statement.

  • Yes, this is beneficial for our state and educational field

  • No,there is no need of contribution in the educational field.

  • “The private sector should not be allowed to invest in the field of Higher Education”.​​ ​​ What is a Junction of this statement?

  • Because private sector wants to invest its money in other sectors.

  • Because they are not interested to provide the new face of education.

  • “​​ Non responsible conductors are opening new way in this field”.​​ What will be the inference of the statement?

  • They want to invest their money for the Welfare of society.

  • ​​ It is beneficial for the public.

  • “It is profitable to trade in the field of education”.​​ What is the strong argument of this statement?

  • Yes in India Private funds are needed for higher education as a result of which the Businessman on huge profit from the investment.

  • Know the trading field of business mans totally different from that of education.

  • ​​ The role of state should be​​ for the Welfare of society. Which of the following is/are assumptions​​ of the above statement?.​​ 

  • ​​ The living standard of society will be improved.

  • The employment, education and other sector will be benefited.

The peacock, which happens to be our national bird, is regarded a good omen. It is also considered to be vain because of its habit to draw attention to itself. Different religions see the peacock as a symbol in varied ways. In Christianity, it represents the all – seeing God and is often used as a symbol of immortality. The Chinese believed that a glance from the bird could impregnate a woman. According to Hinduism, Saraswati - the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom - rides a peacock and, when God Indra transformed himself into an animal, he chose to be a peacock. In Buddhism, the peacock symbolizes purity, and their feathers are used for purification ceremonies.

​​ 6. ​​ The peacock is said to be a vain bird because

(a) it is the national bird of our country.

(b) it is the most colourful of all birds.

(c) it attracts all focus to itself.

(d) it is considered a symbol of good omen.

 ​​​​ 7. ​​ 'Immortality' refers to

(a) deathlessness

(b) hopefulness

(c) longevity

(d) tranquillity

 ​​​​ 8. ​​ The Chinese believed that the peacock could bless their women with

(a) reproduction of healthy offspring

(b) conception of babies

(c) maintenance of fertility

(d) growth of foetus

 ​​ ​​​​ 9. ​​ The Hindu Goddess used the peacock as

(a) a royal throne

(c) an ornamental bird

(b) a trusted messenger

(d) a mode of transport

 ​​​​ 10. ​​ The Buddhists use the peacock feathers in performing

(a) religious rites

(b) cleansing rituals

(c) family functions

(d) spiritual ceremonies

 

 

 

Answer key

Ans.1 – a.​​ Only I is​​ implicit/strong argument for the statement.​​ The state should​​ increased its contribution in educational field because this is beneficial for our state and educational field.

Ans.2 –​​ d.​​ Neither I nor II is implicit. Both the assumptions does not give any inference regarding the statement.

Ans.3​​ ​​ e.​​ Both​​ inferences are​​ probably​​ true​​ regarding the statement. It may be possible​​ that​​ they are beneficial for the public as well as they want to invest their money for the Welfare of the society.

Ans.4​​ ​​ a.​​ Only I​​ strong argument​​ for the​​ statement. Is profitable to trade in the field of education because of huge​​ returns​​ from the investment of private funds in higher​​ education.

Ans.5​​ – e.​​ Both I​​ and​​ II​​ are​​ implicit.​​ The living​​ standard of the society will be approved as well as the employment and education sector will be benefited.

Ans.6 – c. The peacock is said to be a vain bird because it attracts all focus to itself.​​ 

Ans.7 – a. Immortality refers to deathlessness.

Ans.8 – b. The Chinese believed that the peacock could bless their women with conception of babies.

Ans.9 – d. The Hindu goddess used the peacock as a mode of transport.

Ans.10 – d. The Buddhist use the peacock feathers in performing spiritual ceremonies

 

 

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