Sunday, 14 August 2016

Reasoning For RBI/IBPS Exams


Directions (Q. 1-5): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between “strong” arguments and “weak” arguments insofar as they relate to the question. “Strong” arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. “Weak” arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. 

Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a “strong” argument and which is a “weak” argument. Give answer 

(a) If only argument I is “strong”. 
(b) If only argument II is “strong”. 
(c) If either I or II is “strong”. 
(d) If neither I nor II is “strong”. 
(e) If both I and II are “strong”. 

Q1. Statement: Should legal professionals of India have the right to go on strike? 
Arguments:
I. No, India is already facing a backlog of about three crore cases countrywide due to frequent strikes of lawyers. Another strike will only enhance the grievances of the aggrieved clients. 
II. Yes, legal professionals are also a part of our society. If they feel that their dignity, independence and integrity has been lowered, strike would be the only meaningful weapon for them.

Q2. Statement: Should there be a free phone service for children in distress? 
Arguments: 
I. Yes, child is the father of man. 
II. No, this will be misused by children. 

Q3. Statement: Should citizens of India have the right to access information from the government? 
Arguments: 
I. Yes, more than twenty countries have equipped their citizens with the right to access information from their respective governments. 
II. Yes, the move would provide openness in government functioning and ensure transparency and accountability in it.  

Q4. Statement: Should a rapist be sentenced to life imprisonment in India? 
Arguments: 
I. Yes, there is an enormous increase in incidence of rape and crime against women all over India and the existing provisions for punishment are not so stringent that the cases of rapes can be reduced. 
II. Yes, punishment for rape should be more than that for murder as the rape victim suffers for her entire life. 

Q5. Statement: Should proliferation of credit cards in the country be restricted? 
Arguments: 
I. Yes, the facility provided through it makes a person spendthrift. 
II. No, the facility provided through it makes the cardholder high-tech. 

Directions (Q. 6-10): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between “strong” arguments and “weak” arguments insofar as they relate to the question. “Strong” arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. “Weak” arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. 

Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a “strong” argument and which is a “weak” argument. Give answer

(a) If only argument I is “strong”. 
(b) If only argument II is “strong”. 
(c) If either I or II is “strong”. 
(d) If neither I nor II is “strong”. 
(e) If both I and II are “strong”. 

Q6. Statement: Should Antipiracy Bill be brought in the Parliament?
Arguments: 
I. Yes, This will help the film industry to fight against piracy as a result of which the industry will be financially strong. 
II. No, We have already provisions such as Copyright laws etc to fight against piracy. 

Q7. Statement: Should Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) be entitled to dual citizenship?
Arguments: 
I. Yes, This will bolster the intimacy of the NRIs with the Indian soil. 
II. No, The move will not be fruitful for all NRIs because there is lack of provisions for dual citizenship in many countries.

Q8. Statement: Should reputed private driver training schools be allowed to issue driving licences?
Arguments: 
I. Yes, This will enable more and more people to get driving licences.
II. No, This will increase the congestion of the vehicles on the road and will result in traffic jams too. 

Q9. Statement: Should a trouble-born state like Jammu & Kashmir release separatist leaders without any condition?
Arguments: 
I. Yes, Release of separatist leaders will be useful as a goodwill gesture to make the situation peaceful in the state.
II. No, Unconditional release of the separatist leaders will aggravate the existing situation because these leaders have not shown any flexibility in their views.

Q10. Statement: Should power theft be made a cognizable offence?
Arguments: 
I. Yes, People do not use power honestly.
II. No, This will be a wise decision and will reduce anti-social activities in society. 











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