Questions on Box Puzzle Based on Passage for CLAT 2020
Questions on Box Puzzle Based on Passage for CLAT 2020
Read the passage carefully and answer the following questions.
A research report published by a reputed international organisation states that one-fourth of the women, who die in the world today, are Indian. The report adds that the situation in the country was very grave during the last two decades of this century as the deaths were mostly due to malnutrition and disease. Despite this fact, it is found that the media is indifferent to building public awareness in this regard. From a month-long study of newspapers and periodicals, it was clear that there was no deliberate, systematic or sustained effort to sensitise the public by investigative and factual coverage on the women. It was also found that the meagre coverage, not more than one percent, was related to issues of women-education, liberation etc, but not with survival and development. The rural woman hardly figured in the media so says the report. The expectant mothers are undernourished, anaemic and hence they give birth to children who are handicapped. These children do not receive prenatal care. Even if such children survive, four to six months later they become susceptible to diarrhoea, respiratory or other infections because of insufficient nutrition, incomplete immunisation and improper treatment. The result is that by the time such children reach 3 years of age, they start showing signs of wasting. They do not grow to their full mental and physical potential. Unfortunately, the bias against girl baby is still continues. In the slum areas in the India’s Metropolitan cities, there is still exist a bias against immunization of baby girls. The report expresses a feeling that of social awareness and not merely laws could provide women with the protection and the facilities they deserve.
1.According to the passage, what is the root cause of the increasing number of handicapped children?
Abundant parental care
Undernourished and anaemic mothers.
Lack of awareness among parents.
Poverty and other social constraints.
2.Which of the following statements is false in the context of the passage?
Women form rural areas get more media coverage than those from urban areas.
Pregnant mothers, if anaemic and undernourished , cannot generally give birth to Healthy babies.
People in our country still do not treat men and women equally.
Framing of rules can not change women's ill status.
3.The report expects that the media should
Be indifferent to social problems
Be able to give proper treatment to ill children
Conduct research programs to know the facts
Be sensitive to only unimportant issues.
4.What does the report mention about the people in the slum areas of Indian Metropolitan cities?
They are becoming more and more unbiased
They are against immunization of baby girls in particular
They live in sub- human conditions.
They are suspectible to various diseases.
5.The report states that the media did not give adequate coverage to
Sustained efforts of the women
Issue of women education
The Research report published by a reputed organisation
Issues of women survival and development.
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions.
J, K, L, M, N, O and G are seven different boxes of different colours, i.e. Brown, Orange, Black, Red, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order. The box which is of Brown colour is immediately above J. There are only two boxes between M and the box which is of Brown colour. The box which is of Black colour is above M but not immediately above M. Only three boxes are between L and the box which is of Black colour. The box which is of Green colour is immediately above L. The box which is of Red colour is immediately above the box G. Only one box is there between box K and box N. Box K is above N. Neither box K nor box J is of Yellow colour. Box J is not of Orange colour. There is only one box between box N and G. Box G is not of White or Yellow colour. Neither box M nor G is of Orange colour. Box G is not below box J.
6. How many boxes are there between box M and box G?
7. What is the colour of box O?
8. Find the pair of colour and box which is not correctly matched.
9. Which of the following conditions is correct regarding Yellow colour with respect to N?
There is one box between N and Yellow l colour box.
N is immediately above Yellow colour box.
Yellow colour is related to the box immediately above N.
All the above are true
10. Which of the following colours belongs to I?
Ans.1 – b. According to the passage, undernourished and anaemic mothers are the root cause of increasing number of handicapped children.
Ans.2 – a. A is false statement in the context of the passage. It is not mentioned in the passage that women from rural areas get more media coverage than those from urban areas.
Ans.3 – c. The report expects that the media should conduct research programs to know the facts& point them out.
Ans.4 –b. In the last paragraph of the report it is clearly mentioned that in the slum areas of India’s Metropolitan cities there is still exist a bias against immunization of baby girls.
Ans.5 – d. In the above Research report, it states that the media did not give proper coverage to the issue of women’s survival and development.
Ans.6 - b. There are two boxes between M and G.
Ans.7 - c. Black
Ans.8 - a. K-Red is not correctly matched.
Ans.9 -c. Yellow colour is related to the box immediately above N.
Ans.10 -d. J belongs to white.