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Exercise

 "Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving." - Albert Einstein
1 . Directions (Q. 1 - 10):In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.

$Q.$$Statement :$ Dereliction of duty and indiscipline have come to stay in this organisation.

$Assumptions :$

I. Organisation is what the employees are

II. Employees are expected to do their duty.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if either I or II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit
2 . $Statement :$Retired persons should not be appointed for Executive posts in other organisations

$Assumption :$

I. Retired may lack the zeal and commitment to carry out Executive's work.

II. Retired persons do not take interest in work and welfare of the new organisation
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if either I or II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit
3 . $Statement :$ Money is the root cause of all the problems in a family.

$Assumptions :$

I. Every problem is caused by something.

II. There are always some problems in a family.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit if both I and II are implicit
4 . $Statement :$ It is not the quality of the product but good advertisement that boosts up your sale.

$Assumptions :$

 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit if both I and II are implicit
5 . $Statement :$ "The programme will start at 6 pm. but you can come there upto 7 pm or so and still there is no problem".

$Assumptions :$

I. The programme will continue even after 7 pm.

II. The programme may not start by that time.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if either I or II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit
6 . $Statement :$ He is one of the popular leaders of political party 'X'.

$Assumptions :$

I. Some leaders of 'X' party are not popular.

II. A political party consists of leaders and followers.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit if both I and II are implicit
7 . $Statement :$ As there is great demand every person seeking tickets of the program me will be given only 5 tickets.

$Assumptions :$

I. The organisers are not keen on selling the tickets.

II. No one is interested in getting more than five tickets
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if either I or II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit
8 . $Statement :$ A notice board at a ticket window. "Please come in queue".

$Assumptions :$

I. Unless instructed people will not form queue.

II. People any way want to purchase tickets.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit if both I and II are implicit
9 . $Statement :$ We must settle all the payment due to suppliers within three working days.

$Assumptions :$

I. We will always have necessary fund in our account to settle the bills.

II. We are capable of verifying and clearing the bills in less than 3 working days.
 if only assumption I is implicit if only assumption II is implicit if either I or II is implicit if neither I nor II is implicit
10 . $Statement :$ Pollution is a slow poison, and therefore social scientists and the media must work together to create sensitivity among people.
$Assumptions :$