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Solved SRCC GBO 2013 Question Paper: Logical Ability

Find here the fully solved Logical Ability section from Global Business Operations 2013 question paper here. It has 40 questions in it. GBO is conducted by Sri Ram College of Commerce, SRCC (Delhi University) every year.

Mar 30, 2013 17:16 IST
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Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is a very prestigious college of Delhi University. It conducts its own MBA Entrance Examination by the name of Global Business Operation every year. It has an intake of 40 seats. Find here the Solved Logical Ability section from Global Business Operation 2013 Exam. It consists of 40 questions on it. Questions are based on Odd man out, Coding Decoding, Statements and Conclusions,  etc.

Directions (Qs. 1-5): In questions given below, Assumption ‘A’ is followed by Reasons RI and RII. Apply RI and RII to A and mark your answer as under:

(1) Only RI is the reason for A.
(2) Only RII is the reasons for A.
(3) Both RI and RII are the reasons for A.
(4) Neither RI nor RII is the reason for A.

1.    
A. Since time immemorial more people have been killed or made to suffer in the name of religion than for any other reasons.
RI. The essence of religion is hatred in other religions.
RII. Those who lose their lives in the name of religion go straight to Heaven, so devotees do not mind losing their lives.

2.    
A. Most of the columns of modern magazines are covered with news of political events.
RI. Readers are very much interested in political turmoil and scandals.
RII. It is not difficult to write about politics as one does not need originality.

3.    
A. Only secularism in thought, word and deed can save India from chaos.
RI. Communal differences would only result in nots and destruction of life, faith and property.
RII. Our democracy demands an open mind and heart for moral, spiritual and physical uplift of the country.

4.    
A. Vice-Chancellors do not have a very comfortable time.
RI. Students are always causing disciplinary problems.
RII. When people become vice-chancellors they are very old.

5.    
A. TV does not give much coverage to activities undertaken by ex-Presidents and Prime Ministers.
RI. Everyone salutes the chair.
RII. Those persons do not perform any activity worth mentioning.

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