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# Reasoning Questions | NIACL Assistant 2017 | 22.04.2017

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Q-1 In the following questions some numbers are given by comma (,). Put the letters of the given number place value which follow the alphabetical series and choose the opposite letters in choice of your answers.

Number : 7, 16, 20, 3, 12

01. T, K, G, X, L

02. T, K, O, G, X

03. T, K, G, O, X

04. T, K, G, X, O

05. None of these

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Q-2 In the following questions some numbers are given by comma (,). Put the letters of the given number place value which follow the alphabetical series and choose the opposite letters in choice of your answers.

Number : 17, 19, 13, 4, 7

01. T, W, N, H, J

02. J, H, N, T, W

03. J, H, N, W, T

04. J, H, N, W, G

05. None of these

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Q-3 In the following questions some numbers are given by comma (,). Put the letters of the given number place value which follow the alphabetical series and choose the opposite letters in choice of your answers.

Number : 16, 8, 17, 22, 24

01. K, S, J, E, D

02. K, S, J, F, C

03. K, S, K, E, C

04. K, T, J, E, C

05. None of these

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Q-4 In the following questions some numbers are given by comma (,). Put the letters of the given number place value which follow the alphabetical series and choose the opposite letters in choice of your answers.

Number : 6, 8, 12, 16, 14

01. U, S, O, L, M

02. U, S, O, K, N

03. U, S, P, K, M

04. U, S, O, K, M

05. None of these

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Q-5 In the following questions some numbers are given by comma (,). Put the letters of the given number place value which follow the alphabetical series and choose the opposite letters in choice of your answers.

Number : 3, 6, 12, 9, 15

01. U, X, O, R, L

02. X, O, U, R, L

03. X, U, O, R, L

04. X, U, O, R, M

05. None of these

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Statement : Despite domestic law and international conventions, the theft and smuggling of illicit antiquities remain unabated.

(A) Stolen Indian artifects surface in antiques shops and auction houses across the world on a regular basis.

(B) The illegal removal of objects from their archaeological setting erases critical historical information and it depletes a nations cultural capital.

(C) Museum have to be vastly improved to host antiquities in a meaningful manner and effectively perform their educative role.

(D) The national mission on monuments & antiquities was launched to create a register of artifacts.

Which of the statements numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D) can be the possible step for security of artifacts ?

01. A

02. B

03. A and C

04. C

05. D

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Statement : Despite domestic law and international conventions, the theft and smuggling of illicit antiquities remain unabated.

(A) Stolen Indian artifects surface in antiques shops and auction houses across the world on a regular basis.

(B) The illegal removal of objects from their archaeological setting erases critical historical information and it depletes a nations cultural capital.

(C) Museum have to be vastly improved to host antiquities in a meaningful manner and effectively perform their educative role.

(D) The national mission on monuments & antiquities was launched to create a register of artifacts.

Which of the statements numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D) is the result of given statement ?

01. A

02. B

03. C

04. Both D and A

05. D

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Statement : Despite domestic law and international conventions, the theft and smuggling of illicit antiquities remain unabated.

(A) Stolen Indian artifects surface in antiques shops and auction houses across the world on a regular basis.

(B) The illegal removal of objects from their archaeological setting erases critical historical information and it depletes a nations cultural capital.

(C) Museum have to be vastly improved to host antiquities in a meaningful manner and effectively perform their educative role.

(D) The national mission on monuments & antiquities was launched to create a register of artifacts.

Which of the statements numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D) is the disadvantage of given statement ?

01. A

02. B

03. C

04. D

05. None of these

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Statement : Supreme Court has ordered that tourism be banned in core areas of all tiger reserves in the country.

(A) Tourist are a big threat for wildlife conservation.

(B) Commercial tourism will be strictly regulated and it will reduce corruption in commercial tourism

(C) Total ban on public access to wildlife reserves will negatively impact conservation education and monitoring activities.

(D) The main source of income for tourism ministry is tourist in core areas.

Which of the statements numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D) can be assumed from the information given in the statement ? (Assumption is something supposed or taken for granted).

01. A

02. B

03. Both A and C

04. D

05. None of these

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Statement : Supreme Court has ordered that tourism be banned in core areas of all tiger reserves in the country.

(A) Tourist are a big threat for wildlife conservation.

(B) Commercial tourism will be strictly regulated and it will reduce corruption in commercial tourism

(C) Total ban on public access to wildlife reserves will negatively impact conservation education and monitoring activities.

(D) The main source of income for tourism ministry is tourist in core areas.

Which of the statements numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D) can be assumed inferred from the information given in the statement ?

01. A

02. B

03. C

04. D

05. None of these

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