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Ques 1: The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions. Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Statements P: All good athletes want to win. Q: All good athletes eat well. Conclusions I. All those who eat well are good athletes. II. All those who want to win, eat well. Option 1: Only conclusion I follow. Option 2: Only conclusion II follows. Option 3: Neither I nor II follows Option 4: Both I and II follow.

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Ques. If the sum of two numbers is 55 and the H.C.F. and L.C.M of these numbers are 5 and 120 respectively, then the sum of the reciprocals of the numbers is equal to Op 1: 55/601 Op 2: 601/55 Op 3: 11/120 Op 4: 120/11 Op 5: Correct Op : 3

Ques. Three different containers contain 496 litres, 403 litres and 713 litres of mixtures of milk and water respectively. What biggest measure can measure all the different quantities exactly ? Op 1: 1 litre Op 2: 7 litre Op 3: 31 litre Op 4: 41 litre Op 5: Correct Op : 3

Ques. Six bells commence tolling together and toll at intervals of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 seconds respectively. In 30 minutes, how many times do they toll together ? Op 1: 4 Op 2: 10 Op 3: 15 Op 4: 16 Op 5: Correct Op : 4

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top engineering colleges in india

top engineering colleges in india

IIT Madras - Indian Institute of Technology Chennai (IITM)

IIT Madras – Indian Institute of Technology Chennai (IITM)

ChennaiAdmissions 20194.6(98)|59 CoursesExamsJEE AdvancedShortlistApply Now2

IIT Delhi - Indian Institute of Technology (IITD)

IIT Delhi – Indian Institute of Technology (IITD)

DelhiAdmissions 20194.4(178)|69 CoursesExamsJEE AdvancedShortlistApply Now3

IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology (IITB)

IIT Bombay – Indian Institute of Technology (IITB)

MumbaiAdmissions 20194.7(177)|64 CoursesExamsJEE AdvancedShortlistApply Now4

IIT Kharagpur - Indian Institute of Technology (IITKGP)

IIT Kharagpur – Indian Institute of Technology (IITKGP)

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the immature Indian education system

As the 12 board exams all over the country conclude, usual but profound anxiety among parents and candidates for the admission in renowned and notable colleges and institutions has begun. an education system where education has become business, students are products, parents are client or customer and teachers are nothing but the salesman. most of the education institutes today in India has given their priority to bookish and theoretical concepts of subjective education rather than being practical. the lack of practicality leads to the dearth in skills which eventually makes a man incompetent for most of the job of his or her purview. that’s the reason I m not shocked of India being the country holding most unemployed individuals, most people under poverty today and the maximum of them have deprived of their basic human survival needs. now let us look into some facts:-

The facts: A student commits suicide per hour in India (no emotional support from school), CBSE question paper leak and the fate of children is uncertain, students’ voices are suppressed and the truth is concealed. The schools, colleges, and institutes are churning out millions of educated, most are incapable and mediocre. Has education in India just zeroed down to procuring a meaningless certificate?

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