MCQ based Questions SMMCQ039

MCQ based Questions SMMCQ039

Direction for questions 1 to 5: Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence of the six sentences:

1. 1. Conflicting demands for resources are always voiced by different functions/departments in an organization.

A. Every manager examines the task entrusted to him and evaluates the resources evaluated.
B. Availability of resources in full measure makes task achievement easy, because it reduces the effort needed to somewhat make-do.
C. A safety cushion is built into demand for resources, to offset the adverse impact of any cut imposed by the seniors.
D. This aspect needs to be understood as the reality.
6. Dynamic, energetic, growth-oriented and wise managements are always confronted with the inadequacy of resources with respect to one some of the four M’s (men, machines, money and materials) and the two T’s (time and technology).

(a) DABC (b) ACBD (c) ABCD (d) BCDA

2. 1. India, which has two out of every five TB patients in the world, is on the brink of a major public health disaster.

A. If untreated, a TB patient can die within five years.
B. Unlike AIDS, the great curse of modern sexuality, the TB germ is air – borne, which means there are no barriers to its spread.
C. The dreaded infection ranks fourth among major killers worldwide.
D. Every minute, a patient falls prey to the infection in India, which means that over five lakh people die of the disease.
6. Anyone, anywhere, can be affected by this disease.

(a) CADB (b) BACD (c) CABD (d) DBAC

3. 1. According to a study conducted in the UK, seven in 10 parents turn to social networking platforms to communicate with their kid.

A. In fact, many city teens are also ‘friends’ with their parents on these social networking platforms.
B. While these numbers may not be same for India, an increasing number of parents in the city are signing on to social networking sites frequented by their children.
C. However, parents should know where to draw a line when it comes to communicating with the child on social network.
D. Parents should not admonish their kids for every silly status they put online.
6. Similarly, they should not step up in defence of their kid every time he/she receives any unkind comment.

(a) ABDC (b) BACD (c) ACBD (d) BCAD

4. 1. The season of campus recruitments can be quite confusing for organisations with the sheer number options available.

A. Convincing students to opt for their company, over the myriad others wooing them with similar profiles/ perks can be a daunting task.
B. They need to show them how their offering is better than competing ones.
C. So, what do organisations need to do to ensure that the best students opt for their selection process?
D. Some organisations bundle a job offer with options for higher studies for deserving candidates as a sponsorship programme while some project the various cultural and extracurricular activities.
6. Quite a few also come with differentiation in their own selection process to identify high-profile candidates early on and bring them to final round directly.

(a) ABCD (b) ACDB (c) ACBD (d) ADBC

5. 1. Commercially reared chicken can be unusually aggressive, and are often kept in darkened sheds to prevent them pecking at each other.

A. The birds spent far more of their time-up to a third-pecking at the inanimate objects in the pens, in contrast to birds in other pens which spent a lot of time attacking others.
B. In low light conditions, they behave less belligerently, but are more prone to ophthalmic disorders and respiratory problems.
C. In an experiment, aggressive head-pecking was all but eliminated among birds in the enriched environment.
D. Altering the birds’ environment, by adding bales of wood-shavings to their pens, can work wonders.

6. Bales could diminish aggressiveness and reduce injuries; they might even improve productivity, since a happy chicken is a productive chicken.
(a) DCAB (b) BDCA (c) BCAD (d) BDAC

1. Option c
2. Option a
3. Option b
4. Option d
5. Option d