Statement and Conclusion Problems with Answers page 3


(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either I or II follows

(D) If neither I nor II follows and

(E) If both I and II follow.

11) Statements: The manager humiliated Sachin in the presence of his colleagues.


  1. The manager did not like Sachin.
  2. Sachin was not popular with his colleagues.

Answer: D

12) Statements: Women’s organisations in India have welcomed the amendment of the Industrial Employment Rules 1946 to curb sexual harassment at the work place.


  1. Sexual harassment of women at work place is more prevalent in India as compared to other developed countries.
  2. Many organisations in India will stop recruiting women to avoid such problems.

Answer: D

13) Statements: Nation X faced growing international opposition for its decision to explode eight nuclear weapons at its test site.


  1. The citizens of the nation favoured the decision.
  2. Some powerful countries do not want other nations to become as powerful as they are.

Answer: D

14) Statements: In a highly centralised power structure, in which even senior cabinet ministers are prepared to reduce themselves to pathetic countries or yesmen airing views that are primarily intended to anticipate or reflect the Prime Minister’s own performances, there can be no place for any consensus that is quite different from real or contrived unanimity of opinion, expressed through a well orchestrated endorsement of the leader’s actions.


  1. The Ministers play safe by not giving anti-government views.
  2. The Prime Minister does not encourage his colleagues to render their own views.

Answer: A

15) Statements: National Aluminium Company has moved India from a position of shortage to self-sufficiency in the metal.


  1. Previously, India had to import aluminium.
  2. With this speed, it can soon become a foreign exchange earner.

Answer: E