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  • 1.
    Statement: Should selection tests be of the objective rather than of the descriptive type?
     
    Arguments:
     
    I, Yes, The assessment of answers to objective type questions is fair and Impartial.
     
    II. No. The descriptive type test is certainly a better tool than the objective type test.
    A. Only I is strong B. Only II is strong
    C. Either I or II is strong D. Neither I nor II is strong
    E. Both I and II are strong

  • 2. Statement: Should state lotteries be stopped?
     
    Arguments:
     
    I. Yes. Government should not promote gambling habits.
     
    II. No, Government will lose a large amount of revenue.
    A. Only I is strong B. Only II is strong
    C. Either I or II is strong D. Neither I nor II is strong
    E. Both I and II are strong

  • 3.
    Statement: Should India have no military force at all?
     
    Arguments:

    I, No, Other countries in the world do not believe in nonviolence.
     
    II. Yes. Many Indians believe in non- violence.
    A. Only I is strong B. Only II is strong
    C. Either I or II is strong D. Neither I nor II is strong
    E. Both I and II are strong

  • 4. Statement: Should personal tax be abolished in India?
     
    Arguments:
     
    I, Yes, It will motivate people to earn more.
     
    II. No. Individuals must learn to share their wealth with other people.
    A. Only I is strong B. Only II is strong
    C. Either I or II is strong D. Neither I nor II is strong
    E. Both I and II are strong

  • 5.
    Statement: Should articles of only deserving authors be allowed to be published?
     
    Arguments:
     
    I, Yes, It will save a lot of paper which is in short supply.
     
    II. No. It is not possible to draw a line between the deserving and the undeserving.
    A. Only I is strong B. Only II is strong
    C. Either I or II is strong D. Neither I nor II is strong
    E. Both I and II are strong