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 "To err is human; to forgive, divine." - Alexander Pope
1 . DIRECTIONS (Qs. 1 - 10) : In the following questions, each passage consists of six sentences. The first and sixth sentence are given in the beginning as $S_ 1$ and$S_ 6$ . The middle four sentences in each have been jumbled up. These are labelled P, Q, R and S. You are requested to find out the proper sequence of the four sentences and mark accordingly on the Answer Sheet.

$Q.$ $S_ 1$ : While English must be actively promoted, it would be foolhardy to let regional languages fall off the radar.

$S_ 6$ : In the 21st century marketplace, languages are the new bargaining chips.

P : To be able to integrate socially and excel in great Indian marketplace, it makes good sense to be conversant with regional languages other than just one’s mother tongue.

Q : Indeed, most urban Indians are bilingual and speak a smattering of at least a third language.

R : A willingness to adopt and adapt to another language will enrich the individual.

S : Migration to where opportunity beckons is the order of the day and Indians are constantly shifting base within the country.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 RPSQ QSPR RSPQ QPSR
2 . $S 1$ : It takes years to build trust.

$S 6$ : The company takes periodic litigation and non-litigation actions against errant re-sellers who indulge in the sale of pirated or unlicensed software.

P : After all, your customers come back to you only, because they trust you to give them the best.

Q : And just one wrong to undo it.

R : They follow your advice as you have consistently showcased true quality in every aspect of your relationship.

S : Our company respects this and is working towards ensuring that only its genuine software is available to customers.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 QSRP RSQP RPQS QPRS
3 . $S_ 1$ : What makes a productive leader?

$S_ 6$ : Skill in handling these complexities is important in achieving high productivity.

P : He must be adept at dealing with problem and new concepts.

Q : In my opinion, a productive leader must be very competent in staffing.

R : The problems encountered by a Research and Development organization typically involve trade-offs among a wide variety of complex entities.

S : He should continually introduce new blood into the organization.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence ?
 QRPS PSQR QSPR PRQS
4 . $S_ 1$ : What is grid computing?

$S_ 6$ : The problem is that grid has been used as a buzzword and applied to a number of entirely different things.

P : According to many in the computer industry, grid computing which roughly means the harnessing of the collective processing power of many computers in different places is already widespread.

Q : Yet according to others, grid computing, while promising, is still years away from becoming a reality.

R : It depends upon whom you ask.

S : Who is right?

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 RPQS PRSQ RPSQ PRQS
5 . $S_ 1$ : Organizations are made of people.

$S_ 6$ : This ability of organizations takes the shape of strategic and competitive advantage, when you begin to consider that we compete in a world full of knowledge.

P : In other words, organizations can do and learn, since their people can and do learn.

Q : The learning may be good or bad, but it happens all the same

R : Where people are involved, some learning always takes place.

S : Without people, there can be no organisation.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 QRSP SPQR QPSR SRQP
6 . $S_ 1$ : Henry Ford grinned at his wife Clara while wiping his greasestained hands on a piece of cloth.

$S_ 6$ : The noise was deafening, but it was sweet music to Henry and Clara.

P : Ford whipped the engine out of its slumber by triggering the mechanism.

Q : But, soon it spluttered and as the fuel nudged, it roared loudly.

R : Clara smiled while holding the cup with the gasoline, steady at an angle, so that the fuel could flow at a regular pace.

S : The engine seemed reluctant to start.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 SQRP RPSQ SPRQ RQSP
7 . $S_ 1$ : Historically, China has adopted an inward-looking strategy to its economic development.

$S_ 6$ : Any shortage in the domestic economy could be compensated for by imports.

P : These can hold back the growth of an economy.

Q : Successive Chinese Governments thought that the economy could grow purely through self-reliance.

R : By contrast, countries like the USA were achieving significant economic growth because they were practising foreign trade policies which facilitated free trade.

S : However, there are limitations to what a country can do by itself.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 QSPR SQRP SQPR QSRP
8 . $S_ 1$ : Global warming is agitating our minds.

$S_ 6$ : A period of extreme climate was the mediaeval warming period much before industrial emission of greenhouse gases.

P : We must not fall prey to extreme positions.

Q : Scientists believe that the 20th century is probably not the warmest nor a uniquely extreme climate period.

R : A large number of scientists disagree with the view that a climate catastrophe is looming.

S : Instead of having a dispassionate debate, global warming has suddenly taken on an alarmist hue.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 RPSQ SQRP RQSP SPRQ
9 . $S_ 1$ : To listen rightly means to listen obediently.

$S_ 6$ : Truth is self-evident.

P : You will not need any decision on your part.

Q : This word obedience is beautiful.

R : If you listen totally you will obey.

S : You will be surprised to know that the original root from which the word obedience comes is obedire—it means a ‘thorough listening’.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence
 QSRP PRSQ QRSP PSRQ
10 . $S_ 1$ : The common man spends 50 percent of his income on food.

$S_ 6$ : This will also act as a check on organized retail and deter the sector from overcharging consumers.

P : Therefore, food prices would have to top our longterm approach to combating inflation.

Q : Despite rising food prices, farmers starve while middlemen thrive.

R : These prices have risen as a result of rising population and falling productivity.

S : We should encourage direct marketing by farmers to consumers.

Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
 QSPR PRQS QRPS PSQR