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Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 1

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
ITC is planning to go overseas with its hotel business and is planning to set up a premium, green, luxury property in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo.
Courses of Action:  
I. ITC should be stopped from constructing such hotels and should be ordered to invest in social sector programs.
II. ITC should be requested to fully explore the domestic areas before moving overseas.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 1

I doesn’t follow as a private entity cannot be forced by the government into investing in the social sector programs. However, ITC can be requested by the government to explore the domestic market fully, before foraying into the foreign markets. However, had the same course of action used ‘ordered’ or ‘strictly asked’ instead of ‘requested’, it wouldn’t have been a desirable course of action.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 2

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Hockey, the national sport of India, and once our national pride, is now in a bad state due to repeated ignorance by the government, media and the people of India.
Courses of Action:  
I. The government should set up a committee to give recommendations on how to improve the state of hockey in India.
II. More funds should be infused to conduct local tournaments, media campaigns, and generate awareness amongst the masses.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 2

Both the courses of actions are desirable. The committee will help in recognizing the pitfalls and shortcomings of Indian hockey, whereas local tournaments and media campaigns will increase awareness, and will address the problem of ignorance by the government, media and people of India.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 3

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Protests across the world have forced the United States government to drop the Bills that seek to curb copyright violation.
Courses of Action:
I. The government should wait for the rebel feelings to cool down, and should introduce and get the Bill passed some months later.
II. The government should address the genuine concerns of the public at large by engaging the stakeholders and public in debates and informed discussions.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 3

I would be the wrong step to take as it will only hold the protests for a limited period of time, and the protests might resurrect, probably on a larger scale, if the Bill is passed without addressing the concerns of various stakeholders and general public. This is also the reason why II would be a desirable course of action.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 4

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Entrepreneurs are the backbone of any country. They increase employment, invest in innovation and bring prosperity. India is lagging behind the other developing countries in developing and fostering entrepreneurship.
Courses of Action: 
I. Indian government should open more colleges and practice schools for entrepreneurship.
II. An upper limit must be set on the companies coming to colleges for placements, so that more students are left unemployed and switch to entrepreneurship.
III. Entrepreneurship as a subject must be made compulsory in all the schools and colleges, which will result in an increasing understanding of the subject, and will create more and better entrepreneurs.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 4

Since India is lagging behind others in developing entrepreneurship, opening practice schools and colleges dedicated to fostering entrepreneurs would be a sensible and practical idea. II is outrightly ludicrous. III also is not the correct course of action to follow as entrepreneurship, as compared to other subjects, is learnt on field and through practice. Better entrepreneurs cannot be created by teaching entrepreneurship in schools (read this in light of the first course of action).

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 5

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement:
Statement: The single-screen cinema hall owners are incurring huge losses as people now prefer multiplexes to the single screen cinema halls.
Courses of Action:  
I. The single-screen cinema owners should convert their movie halls to multiplexes.
II. Such cinema hall owners should come up with innovative value added services such as doorstep delivery of tickets, and online booking, to lure the moviegoers.
III. Such cinema hall owners should increase the quality of their screen and sound and should also reduce their prices substantially. 

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 5

The single screen cinema hall owners should either convert their halls to multiplexes, as people now prefer the latter, or they should experiment with value added services, while remaining as single screen theatre only. However, in face of the huge losses, it would be impractical to incur expenses on increasing the quality of screen and the sound and also substantially reducing the price of the tickets at the same time.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 6

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement:
Excessively large numbers of viruses being spread through some social networking websites is creating a sense of panic amongst the internet users.
Courses of Action:  
I. Users should be advised to stay away from all social networking websites for the time being.
II. Such social networking websites should be banned till they do not devise a permanent cure for such viruses.
III. Internet users belonging to the economically backward classes should be distributed cheap anti-viruses free of cost.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 6

Users cannot be advised to stay away from all social networking websites, due to viruses being spread through some of these websites, thus I doesn’t follow. Banning of such social networking websites is unfeasible, as it will result in a backlash from the users. III is impractical as the government would incur huge costs in distributing even cheap anti-viruses.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 7

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
A train recently derailed and fell into a river, spilling tons of wood chips. The cause of the derailment has been listed as a suspected broken rail on the track.
Courses of Action:  
I. Since there were no fatalities, the government should not bother looking into the matter.
II. A cleanup contractor should be immediately secured and asked to clean the wood chips at the earliest.
III. The cause of the broken rail on the track should be ascertained and prompt steps should be taken to prevent any such mis-happenings in the future.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 7

I doesn’t follow. The government cannot ignore the matter just because there were no fatalities. II and III clearly follow. However, in the absence of any such option, the answer is (e).

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 8

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Paid news is one of the most disturbing phenomenon during elections campaigns and is a major sources of revenue for the media, both print and electronic.
Courses of Action: 
I. Paid news should be treated as electoral malpractice and a criminal offence.
II. The revenues of newspapers and news channels should be monitored closely around the polls to detect any wrongdoing.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 8

Since paid news, an unethical practice in itself, also has the potential to affect the outcome of the polls, it should be treated as an electoral malpractice, and should be criminalized. Further, any suspicious increase in revenue of the news channels around the polls might be the result of paid news. Thus, monitoring such revenues would also be desirable.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 9

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
A key finding in a recent study shows that even top schools in major cities in India suffer from the entrenched tendency to impart rote learning.
Courses of Action: 
I. Such schools should not be allowed to operate as they’re not imparting quality education.
II. A team of experts should be sent to other countries where schools do not follow such a model, and it should come up with suggestions on how to improve the education system in India.

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 9

I is clearly impractical. One cannot close down schools due to such a reason, as most of the schools will have to be closed down then. However, II is practical and desirable, and will also help in solving the imminent problem of rote learning, and other problems marring the school education.

Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 10

In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
A major ship sank recently resulting in thousands of barrels of crude oil being spilled over a range of over 100 nautical miles. It has resulted in the death of thousands of fishes and other sea animals.
Courses of Action: 
I. The human inhabitants of the islands near the oil spill location should be promptly notified and warned.
II. The company that manufactured the ship should be heavily penalized.
III. The company owning and using the ship for commercial purposes should be heavily penalized. 

Detailed Solution for Test: Statement And Course Of Action - Question 10

I follow, as the oil spill which has had a direct effect on the fishes, and killed them, might also have an effect on the human habitation around the oil spill area, as the water is bound to get contaminated. Regarding II and III, III definitely follows. Under the polluter pays principle, and under many other laws, the company using the ship for commercial purposes will be held liable and will have to pay a heavy fine. However, since we do not yet know if it was a manufacturing defect, it would be absurd to penalize the ship manufacturing company.

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