TEST-JP013

Instructions
1. The test comprises of 10 questions. You should complete the test within 10 minutes.
2. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
3. There is only one correct answer to each question.
4. All questions carry four marks each.
5. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

Question Number 1. A. They deal with discrimination and harassment, and sometimes health and safety concerns and other workplace issues.
B. If your workplace has a support group, use it.
C. Some workplaces have support groups run by employees.
D. They may be able to be witnesses if you confront the harasser.
E. People in the group can help you decide what to do.
  • a. CADEB
  • b. ACDEB
  • c. CABED
  • d. ACBED
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 2. A. Still, managers seemed to use stereotypical images to discourage older workers and they did not organize work routines to facilitate the adaptation of them.
B. Instead, they subcontracted the easy jobs, relying on the experience of the older employees for difficult work while not adapting the workplace.
C. Garment workers believed that their fate was linked to ageism and that their work experience was discounted by management.
D. Managers wanted to be rid of older workers because they commanded higher wages than younger workers. The issue was cost reduction, and age was implicated unintendedly.
E. This study examined the complexities of age relations at work.
F. Theoretically, the authors argue that ageism and age discrimination can best be understood through a recognition of the importance of structured age relations and human agency.
  • a. CDABEF
  • b. CDAEBF
  • c. ECDABF
  • d. ABFECD
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 3. A. Climatologists, and scientist present complex concepts and theories in an understandable manner.
B. In this first part James Burke explores global warming from a historical and theoretical perspective.
C. Segments describe the impact of climate change on human activity, analyze the importance of the Industrial Revolution, and draw conclusions about global warming.
D. This production reinforces the human impact on the environment, projects the needs for personal responsibility, and facilitates the integration of science and social sciences.
  • a. BCDA
  • b. BCAD
  • c. ADBC
  • d. ADCB
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 4. A. Law today has entered the digital age.
B. Practicing lawyers know this and are rapidly adapting to the new era of digital visual rhetoric.
C. The way law is practiced - how truth and justice are represented and assessed - is increasingly dependent on what appears on electronic screens in courtrooms, law offices, government agencies, and elsewhere.
D. Legal theory and education, however, have yet to catch up.
  • a. ACBD
  • b. ACDB
  • c. CABD
  • d. DBCA
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 5. A. Philosophy is quite unlike any other field.
B. It is unique both in its methods and in the nature and breadth of its subject matter.
C. Philosophy pursues questions in every dimension of human life, and its techniques apply to problems in any field of study or endeavor.
D. No brief definition expresses the richness and variety of philosophy. It may be described in many ways.
  • a. ABDC
  • b. BADC
  • c. ABCD
  • d. DABC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 6. A. To overcome these problems, it is necessary to augment existing fleet sensor capability with additional technology.
B. A potential solution is to utilize a small autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) instrumented with both a buried target sonar and the real time tracking gradiometer (RTG).
C. Furthermore in keeping with Navy policy, it is desirable to remove the diver from harms way.
D. The detection and localization of targets of interest in the very shallow water areas and especially in the surf zone are much more difficult problems than in the deep ocean.
  • a. CBDA
  • b. CBAD
  • c. BDAC
  • d. DACB
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 7. A. However, as exploration moves to regions where communication is ineffective or unviable, robots will need to carry out complex tasks without human supervision.
B. To enable such capabilities, robots are being enhanced by advances ranging from new sensor development to automated mission planning software, distributed robotic control, and more efficient power systems.
C. Early systems functioned under close human supervision, effectively limited to executing preprogrammed tasks.
D. In our continuing quest for knowledge, robots are powerful tools for accessing environments too dangerous or too remote for human exploration.
  • a. ABCD
  • b. ABDC
  • c. CABD
  • d. DCAB
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 8. A. With unsettling regularity, news reports tell us of children wreaking havoc on their schools and communities: attacking teachers and classmates, murdering parents, persecuting others out of viciousness, avarice or spite.
B. We hear about feral gangs of children running drugs or numbers, about teenage date rape, about youthful vandalism, about epidemics of cheating even in academically elite schools.
C. Not long ago a middle-class gang of youths terrorized an affluent California suburb through menacing threats and extortion, proudly awarding themselves points for each antisocial act.
D. Such stories make Lord of the Flies seem eerily prophetic.
  • a. ABCD
  • b. ABDC
  • c. BCDA
  • d. ABDC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 9. A. Swami Vivekananda has given the most heart-rending accounts of the calumnies that Christian missionaries spread about Hinduism and about India.
B. Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi both opposed it.
C. Hinduism and India have been under attack for thousands of years.
D. First it was Islam, then came Christianity, that have created havoc to the fabric of Hindu society.
  • a. CDAB
  • b. CDBA
  • c. BACD
  • d. ABDC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 10. A. Granville Austin in "The Indian Constitution", "Corner stone of a Nation" rightly said: - Two revolutions, the national and the social, had been running parallel in India since the end of the First World War.
B. The first task of this assembly (Nehru told the members) is to free India through a new Constitution, to feed the starving people, clothe the naked masses, and to give every Indian the fullest opportunity to develop himself according to his capacity.
C. With independence, the national revolution would be completed, but the social revolution must go on.
D. Freedom was not an end in itself only a mean to end, Nehru had said, that end being the raising of the people to higher level and hence the general advancement to humanity".
  • a. ACDB
  • b. ACBD
  • c. BDAC
  • d. DBCA
  • e.Not Attempted

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