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वैज्ञानिक सहायक प्रतियोगिता परीक्षा-2013 के प्रष्न पत्र की अंतिम उत्तर कुंजी।

(Final Result) SSC: Rectt. of Junior Hindi Translators, Hindi Pradhyapak & Senior/Junior Translators Examination, 2014

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Staff Selection Commission

(Final Result) SSC: Rectt. of Junior Hindi Translators, Hindi Pradhyapak & Senior/Junior Translators Examination, 2014

Staff Selection Commission conducted an open competitive examination for Junior Hindi Translators (in Subordinate Offices) and Hindi Pradhyapak (Central Hindi Training Institute) and Senior/Junior Translators in Ministry of Defence on 08.06.2014 at different centres across the country. The result of Paper-I was declared on 22.7.2014 for evaluation of Paper-II.

2. On the basis of marks obtained in Paper-II, 663 candidates were declared qualified for being called for interview.

(Result) SSC-NR: Multi Tasking (Non-technical) Staff Exam 2014 – Candidates Qualified in Paper - II

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Staff Selection Commission (Northern Region)

(Result) SSC-NR: Multi Tasking (Non-technical) Staff Exam 2014 – Candidates Qualified in Paper - II

Staff Selection Commission conducted Examination for recruitment to the post of Multi Tasking(Non-Technical Staff) in different States and Union Territories Examination, 2014 on 16.02.2014 & 23.02.2014 at different centers in Northern Region.

2. Based on the performance in Paper-I candidates were called for appearing in Paper-II examination held on 17.08.2014. As per the notice of the examination, Paper-II is of qualifying nature. Commission has fixed the following marks as qualifying in Paper-II :-

SSC Official clarification regarding Booklet No and OMR Sheet No mismatch

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SSC Official clarification regarding Booklet No and OMR Sheet No mismatch


It has come to the notice of the Commission that some times the candidates get unduly worried when they get the Question booklet with a number different from the number shown on the OMR Answer sheet. This is to clarify that there would be cases where the number on the Question booklet and OMR Answer sheets would not match. The candidates are hereby informed that in all such cases they should proceed with the examination using the OMR answer sheets provided to them in accordance with the instructions given therein.

(Result) SSC-WR: Multi Tasking (Non-technical) Staff Exam 2014 – Candidates Qualified in Paper - II

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Staff Selection Commission (Western Region)

(Result) SSC-WR: Multi Tasking (Non-technical) Staff Exam 2014 – Candidates Qualified in Paper - II

Staff Selection Commission conducted Examination for recruitment to the post of Multi Tasking(Non-Technical Staff) in different States and Union Territories Examination, 2014 on 16.02.2014 & 23.02.2014 at different centers in Western Region.

2. Based on the performance in Paper-I candidates were called for appearing in Paper-II examination held on 17.08.2014. As per the notice of the examination, Paper-II is of qualifying nature. Commission has fixed the following marks as qualifying in Paper-II :-

  UR OBC SC ST Ex.S OH HH VH
CUT-OFF 40.00 38.00 35.00 32.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00

(Notification) SSC-WR: Multi Tasking (Non-technical) Staff - 2014 Document Verification

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Staff Selection Commission (Western Region)

(Notification) MTS-2014 Document Verification

Exam Name: Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)

Year: 2014

(Alert) Re-exam of CGL (Tier-II) 2013 held on 21.09.2014 at SM Jain Modern Sr. Sec. School, Block-B, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi

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Staff Selection Commission (Northern Region)

Re-exam of CGL (Tier-II) 2013 held on 21.09.2014 at S.M. JAIN MODERN SR. SEC. SCHOOL, BLOCK-B, SHALIMAR BAGH, NEW DELHI

Commission has decided to re-conduct Re-exam of CGLE (Tier-II) 2013 on 27.09.2014 for those candidates who appeared at S.M. JAIN MODERN SR. SEC. SCHOOL, BLOCK-B, SHALIMAR BAGH, NEW DELHI on 21.09.2014 including 96 candidates registered in Hall No.-1 of the said venue.

(Admit Card) SSC-NR: Re-exam of CGL (Tier-II) Exam, 2013 Only For 415 Candidates Whose Exam Could Not be held on 21/09/2014

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Staff Selection Commission (Northern Region)

ADMIT CARD FOR RE-EXAM OF COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL (TIER-II) EXAMINATION, 2013 ONLY FOR 415 CANDIDATES WHOSE EXAM COULD NOT BE HELD ON 21/09/2014 AT S.M. JAIN MODERN SR. SEC. SCHOOL, BLOCK-B SHALIMAR BAGH, NEW DELHI

Exam Name: Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination

Year: 2013

(Result) SSC-SR: Skill Test in Stenography for candidates qualified at relaxed standard in Steno (C & D) Exam, 2010 & 2011

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Staff Selection Commission (Southern Region)

List of candidate qualified in the Skill Test: Skill Test in Stenography for candidates qualified at relaxed standard in Steno (C & D) Examination, 2010 and 2011 held on 27-10-2013

Exam Name: Stenographers (C & D) Examination

Year: 2010 & 2011

Skill Test Date: 27-10-2013

(List of Rejected Applications) SSC-SR: Recruitment of Senior Radio Technician vide Advertisement No.:SSC/SR/2/2013

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Staff Selection Commission (Southern Region)

(List of Rejected Applications) Recruitment to the post of Senior Radio Technician vide Advertisement No.:SSC/SR/2/2013-Category No. SR-B-07

The applications of the following candidates received for the post (UR-1) of Senior Radio Technician in Directorate of Lighthouses & Lightships are rejected for the reasons stated against their names.

Grievances/representations, if any, in this regard should be brought to the notice of SSC,SR,Chennai by 07th October 2014 (5.30 pm). It may be noted that representations received after the stipulated date shall not be entertained.

(Nomination Status of Pending Cases) SSC-CR: Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam - 2011

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Staff Selection Commission (Central Region)

(Nomination Status of Pending Cases) Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam - 2011

Exam Name: Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam

Year: 2011

SSC Invites Feedback regarding online application for Online Examination 2014-15

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Staff Selection Commission

Feedback regarding online submission of application for appearing in SSC Examination & holding Online Examination

 

(Nomination Status) Stenographer (Grade "C" & "D") Examination, 2013 - Northern Region as on 16/09/2014

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Staff Selection Commission (Northern Region)

Nomination Status of Candidates of Stenographer (Grade "C" & "D") Examination, 2013 - Northern Region as on 16/09/2014

Exam Name: Stenographer (Grade "C" & "D") Exam

Year: 2013

Practice Papers for SSC Exams - "General English"


Practice Papers for SSC Exams "General English"


Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words have been printed in bold to help you locate them while! answering some of the questions.

Govind’s father was a rich landlord, who was loved and respected by all his tenants. When he died, he left large tracts of land to Govind. But Govind did not spend a single day looking after his land. He had a funny idea, that there existed a magic potion which, if it was poured on any object would turn it into gold. He spent all his time trying to learn about this potion. People took advantage of him and cheated him. His wife grew anxious. Given the amount of money Govind was spending, she was sure that they would soon be paupers. One day, a widely respected sage who had been to the Himalayas came to their town. Govind asked him about the potion. To his surprise the sage answered, “I have learnt how to brew such a potion. But it is a difficult process.” “Tell me!” insisted Govind, hardly able to believe his luck. “You have to collect the dew which settles on the leaves of a banana tree every morning during winter. There is a condition though. The tree should be planted and watered regularly with your own hands. Store the collected dew in an earthen vessel and when you have five litres, bring it to me. I will recite a sacred mantra to transform the dew into the potion. A drop of the potion will be sufficient to change any object into gold.”

Govind was worried. “Winter is only for a few months in the year. It will take me years to collect the dew.” “You can plant as many trees as you want,” replied the sage. Govind went home and after talking to his wife, began clearing the large fields which has been lying vacant for years. He planted rows of banana saplings. He tended them with great care. His wife helped him too. She would take the banana crop to market and get a good price. Over the years the plantation grew and finally after six years Govind had five litres of dew. He went to the sage who smiled, uttered a mantra and sprinkled a few drops of dew on a copper vessel. To Govind’s dismay, nothing happened. “You have cheated me!” he shouted at he sage. The sage, however, smiled. Govind’s wife then came forward with a box. The sage opened it and revealed stacks of gold coins inside. Turning to Govind he said, “You worked hard on your land and created a plantation. Your wife sold the produce in the market. It was your hard work which created this wealth, not magic. If I had told you this earlier, you would not have listened.” Govind understood the wisdom behind the sage’s words and worked even harder from that day on.

Q1. Why did Govind’s father give him large plots of land?

(a) It was his way of instilling a sense of responsibility in his son
(b) Govind was his only son and sole heir
(c) To provide Govind with sufficient funds to pursue his interest of discovering a magic potion
(d) He wanted Govind to continue to look after the tenants

Q2. Which of the following can be said about the sage?

(a) He was cunning and plotted with Govind’s wife to cheat him
(b) He had no magical powers as such and used to swindle people
(c) He was a good judge of people
(d) He did not deserve his good reputation

Q3. Why was Govind’s wife worried?

(a) Govind had no knowledge of farming and could not cultivate the land he had inherited from his father
(b) Govind had not friends because he was obsessed with finding a potion which would turn anything into gold
(c) Govind was only interested in studying under different sages and neglected his family duties
(d) Since Govind had devoted all his time and wealth to finding a magic potion they would soon be poor

Q4. Why did Govind’s wife help him in the fields?

A. To support her husband in his endeavour to find a magic potion.
B. The sage had advised her to help her husband succeed.
C. He needed someone to help him collect the dew.

(a) None
(b) Only A
(c) Both A and B
(d) None of these

(Download) SSC: Admit Card for Conduct of PET & Medical IN R/O RECTT. of SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs & Assistant SI in CISF Exam

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DOWNLOAD DUPLICATE ADMIT CARD FOR CONDUCT OF PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST (PET) AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION IN R/O RECTT. OF SUB - INSPECTOR IN DELHI POLICE, CAPFs & ASSISTANT SUB - INSPECTOR IN CISF EXAMINATION, 2014

Exam Name: Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPFs & Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF

Year: 2014

West Bengal SSC: Syllabus of Written Examination in Connection With SI Food Recruitment - 2014

West Bengal Staff Selection Commission

SYLLABUS OF WRITTEN EXAMINATION IN CONNECTION WITH SI FOOD RECRUITMENT, 2014

Subject-wise distribution of marks for Written Examination will be as follows:-

Section - A : General Studies

Sl. No. Subject No. of Questions Total Marks
1 Everyday Science (Physics / Chemistry / Biology) 25 12.5
2 History & Geography 25 12.5
3 General Knowledge & Current Affairs of National Importance 10 5
4 General Knowledge & Current Affairs of International Importance 10 5
5 Know Your State (West Bengal) 10 5
6 Art & Culture 10 5
7 Sports 10 5
  Total 100 50

West Bengal SSC: Scheme of Written Examination in Connection With SI Food Recruitment, 2014

West Bengal Staff Selection Commission

SCHEME OF WRITTEN EXAMINATION IN CONNECTION WITH SI FOOD RECRUITMENT, 2014

The Examination will consist of only one paper on –

(i) General Studies (Matters of common experience including Every Day Science, Current Events and Problems with special reference to India, Elementary Knowledge

(Final Answer Keys) West Bengal SSC: SI Food Recruitment Examination - 2014

West Bengal Staff Selection Commission

FINAL ANSWER KEYS FOR SI FOOD RECRUITMENT EXAMINATION, 2014

Notice is hereby given to all candidates who appeared in the Sub Inspector of Food Recruitment Examination, 2014 held on 27th July, 2014 that the following answer keys for Question Booklet Series: A have been finalised by the group of experts engaged by the West Bengal Staff Selection Commission:

(Notification) SSC : Upper Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2014

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Staff Selection Commission

Upper Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2014


Date of Advertisement: 13.09.2014

No. 3/7/2014-P&P-II - The Staff Selection Commission will hold a Limited Departmental Competitive Examination on 21-12-2014 at DELHI, ALLAHABAD, MUMBAI, BANGALORE, GUWAHATI, KOLKATA, CHENNAI, CHANDIGARH AND RAIPUR for making additions to the Select List of Upper Division Grade of the following Services/Cadres (subject to availability of confirmed number of vacancies):-

  • Central Secretariat Clerical Service;

  • Armed Forces Headquarters Clerical Service;

  • Railway Board Secretariat Clerical Service;

  • Central Hindi Directorate, Ministry of Human Resource Development (Deptt.of Higher Education)

  • Election Commission of India Clerical Service

Age Limit : -

Candidates should not be more than 50 years of age on 01.08.2014 i.e. he/she must not have been born earlier than 31-07-1964.

Eligibility:-

Any permanent, regular or temporary, regularly appointed person of the Lower Division Grade of the Central Secretariat Clerical Service, Armed Forces Headquarters Clerical Service, Railway Board Secretariat Clerical Service, Election Commission of India Clerical Service and Central Hindi Directorate who satisfies on crucial date the following conditions shall be eligible to appear at the examination.

(Result) SSC-CR: Recruitment of Junior Hindi Translator on O/O OPTO Electronic Factory, Dehradun (Advt. No. Cr-2/2013, Cat-02)

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Staff Selection Commission

Result: Recruitment of Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) on O/O OPTO Electronic Factory, Dehradun (Advt. No. Cr-2/2013, Cat-02)

ADVT. NO: CR-02/2013,CAT-02

POST: JUNIOR HINDI TRANSLATOR

DATE OF INTERVIEW :  04-JUNE-2014

DATE OF SKILL TEST : 17-AUG-2013

(Exam Date) DSSSB: Special Education Teacher, Educator, & Ass. Teacher Primary Exam (One-Tier) Post Codes 146/14,147/14,150/14

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Notification of Date of Special Education Teacher, Special Educator, Assistant Teacher Primary Examination (One-Tier) For Post Codes 146/14,147/14,150/14 On 19/10/2014

Practice Papers for SSC Exams - "General Awareness"


Practice Papers for SSC Exams "General Awareness"


Q1. The most important uranium mine of India is located at

(a) Manavalakurichi
(b) Gauribidanur
(c) Vashi
(d) Jaduguda

Q2. Parliamentary forni of Government is also known as:

(a) Responsive Government
(b) Responsible Government
(c) Federal Government
(d) Presidential Government

Q3. The chief advocate of Fascism was

(a) Mussolini
(b) Adolf Hitler
(c) St. Simon
(d) Robert Owen

Q4. The minimum age of the member of Rajya Sabha is

(a) 25 years
(b) 21 years
(c) 30 years
(d) 35 years

Q5. Mahatma Gandhi got his inspiration for Civil Disobedience from

(a) Tuoreau
(b) Ruskin
(c) Confucius
(d) Tolstoy

Q6. India is considered as a ‘Republic’ Mainly because

(a) the head of the State is elected.
(b) it gained independence on 15th August 1947
(c) it has its own written constitution
(d) it is having a Parliamentary form of Government.

Q7. The first Indian selected for Indian Civil Service was

(a) Surendra Nath Banerji
(b) Sarojini Naidu
(c) Lala Lajpat Rai
(d) C. R. Das

Q8. One feature is common to the following bodies. Find it out. Supreme Court, Election Commission, UPSC, Office of CAG

(a) They are advisory bodies.
(b) They are extra constitutional bodies
(c) They are controlled by legislature.
(d) They are constitutional bodies.

Q9. How many members of the State Legislative Council are elected by the Assembly ?

(a) th of the members
(b) rd of the members
(c) th of the members
(d) th of the members

Q10. Girish Karnad is

(a) a well known playwright and actor.
(b) a recipient of Gnanpith Award
(c) the President of the Film and Television Institute of Indian Society.
(d) all the above.

Q11. Nine time Wimbledon Champion of Women’s Singles Match in Tennis is

(a) Mary Joe Fernandaz
(b) Jana Novotna
(c) Iva Majoli
(d) Martina Navrotilova

Q12 The book “The God of small things” is written by

(a) Pupul Jayakar
(b) Sobha De
(c) Shekhar Kapoor
(d) Arundhati Roy

Practice Papers for SSC Exams - "Arithmetic"


Practice Papers for SSC Exams "Arithmetic"


Q1. A man buys 12 articles for Rs. 12/- and sells them at the rate of Rs. 1.25 per ar­ticle. His gain percentage is

(a) 20
(b) 25
(c) 15
(d) 18

Q2. The cost price of 15 articles is same as the selling price of 10 articles. The profit per cent is:

(a) 30%
(b) 40%
(c) 50%
(d) 45%

Q3. By selling an article for Rs. 240, a man incurrs a loss of 10%. At what price should he sell it, so that he makes a profit of 20% ?

(a) Rs. 264
(b) Rs. 288
(c) Rs. 300
(d) Rs. 320

Q4. A house and a shop were sold for Rs. 1 lakh each. In this transaction, the house sale resulted into 20% loss whereas the shop sale into 20% profit. The entire transaction resulted in

(a) no loss no gain
(b) gain of Rs. lakh
(c) loss of Rs. lakh
(d) loss of Rs. lakh

Q5. If a man estimates his loss as 20% of the selling price, then his loss per cent is
 

(a) 20%
(b) 25%
(c) 40/3%
(d) Data inadequate


 

Q6. If x = and Y = ,then x : y : z, is equal to

(a) 3: 2: 1
(b) 1: 2: 6
(c) 1: 3: 6
(d) 2: 4: 6


 

Q7. Divide Rs. 1250 among A, B, C, so that A gets of B’s share and C gets 4 of A’s share.

(a) Rs. 200, Rs. 800, Rs. 250
(b) Rs. 200, Rs. 900, Rs. 150
(c) Rs. 150, Rs. 800, Rs. 300
(d) Rs. 200, Rs. 900, Rs. 75

Q8. The ratio of two numbers is 3 :8 and their difference is 115. The smaller of the two numbers is

(a) 184
(b) 194
(c) 69
 (d) 59


Q9. Between two consecutive years my incomes are in the ratio of 2 : 3 and expenses in the ratio 5 : 9. If my income in the second year is Rs. 45000 and my expenses in the first year is Rs. 25000 my total savings for the two years is

(a) Nil
(b) Rs. 15000
(c) Rs. 10000
(d) Rs. 5000


 

Q10. Rs. 180 contained in a box consists of one rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise coins in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4. What is the number of 50 paise coins?

(a) 60
(b) 120
(c) 150
(d) 180


 

Q11. Of the three numbers whose average is 60, the first is one fourth of the sum of the others. The first number is

(a) 30
(b) 36
(c) 42
 (d) 45

Q12. The average of 11 numbers is 10.8. If the average of the first six be 10.4 and that of the last six is 11.5, then the middle (6th) number is

(a) 10.3
(b) 12.6
(c) 13.5
(d) 15.5


Q13. The average age of 12 players of a team is 25 years. If the captain’s age is included, the average age increases by 1 year. The age of the captain is :

(a) 25 yrs.
(b) 38 yrs.
(c) 36 yrs.
(d) 26 yrs.

Q14. The average income of 40 persons is Rs. 4200 and that of another 35 persons is Rs. 4000. The average income of the whole group is:

(a) Rs. 4100
(b) Rs. 4106 3
(c) Rs. 410623
(d) Rs. 4108 3


Q15. The length of the diagonal of a square is ‘a’ cm. Which of the following represents the area of the square (in sq. cm.) ?

  (a) 2a

  (c) a2/2
  (d) a2/4

Q16. If the volumes of two cubes are in the ratio 27: 1, the ratio of their edges is

(a) 3 : 1
(b) 27 : 1
(c) 1 :3
(d) 1 : 27

Q17. The sides of a rectangular plot are in the ratio 5:4 and its area is equal to 500 sq.m. The perimeter of the plot is

(a) 80m.
(b) 100m.
(c) 90m.
(d) 95m.

Q18. The radius of a wheel is 21 cm. How many revolution will it make in travelling 924 metres?

(a) 7
(b) 11
(c) 200
(d) 700

Q19. The edges of a cuboid are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3 and its surface area is 88cm2. The volume of the cuboid is:

(a) 120 cm3
(b) 64 cm3
(c) ,48 cm3
(d) 24 cm3

Q20. The area of a sector of a circle of radius 5 cm, formed by an arc of length 3.5 cm is

(a) 8.5 cm2
(b) 8.75 cm2
(c) 7.75 cm2
(d) 7.50 cm2

Q21.

(Interview Call Letter) SSC-NWR: Scientific Assistant in PPQS Advt. No. Ssc/Nwr-1/2013

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Staff Selection Commission
North Western Region (Chandigarh)

CALL LETTERS FOR INTERVIEW FOR THE POST OF SCIENTIFIC ASSISTANT IN PPQS ADVERTISED VIDE CAT. NWR-4 OF ADVT. NO. SSC/NWR-1/2013 - REG.

CRITERIA FOR SHORTLISTING THE CANDIDATES FOR INTERVIEW

The Criteria for short-listing the candidates for being called for Interview provisionally adopted by the Commission is as follows - :

  • UR – 75% & above marks in EQ
  • OBC – 75%& above marks in EQ
  • SC – 70%& above marks in EQ
  • St – 60%& above marks in EQ

(Result) SSC: Bi MonthlyTypewriting Test September, 2013

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Staff Selection Commission

Declaration of result of Bi Monthly Typewriting Test September, 2013 The Bi Monthly Departmental Typewriting Skill Test for the month of September, 2013 was conducted by SSC Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai Chandigarh, Raipur and Allahabad and Guwahati Centres on 28-9-2013. 49 candidates who appeared in the said Skill Test. 02 candidates have qualified in the said test and 05 candidates are deemed to have
made genuine attempt.

The result of the candidates is available on the Commission’s website: http://ssc.nic.in.

Practice Papers for SSC Exams - "General Intelligence"


Practice Papers for SSC Exams "General Intelligence"


Q1. If CONSCIOUSLY is written as PEBNPJEXNKM, then SOIL is written as

(a) NEKJ
(b) NEJK
(c) JENK
(d) ENJK


Directions: In which an­swer figure is the question figure embedded ?

Q2.

Q3.


 



Directions : A conclusion followed by statements I, II and III is given. Which one of the four alternatives is correct ?
Q4. Conclusion:

Many drug addicts were arrested Statements:
I. Taking drugs is a crime.
II. One who commits a crime can be arrested
III. Many people take drugs regularly.

(a) All the 3 statements taken together brings to the conclusion.
(b) Only I and lI statements bring to the conclusion.
(c) Only lI and III bring to the conclusion.
(d) Data is insufficient to draw the conclusion.



Directions : A statement followed by two assumptions I and II is given. Which one of the four given alternatives is correct ?

Q5. Statement: One should not sleep under a tree.

Assumptions:
I. The falling leaves may spoil our clothes.
II. Trees give out CO2 at night which is injurious to health.

(a) Only I is implicit
(b) Only II is implicit
(c) Both I and II are implicit
(d) Neither I nor II is implicit

Download Admit Card For Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Exam. 2013 To Be Held On 20/09/2014 & 21/09/2014

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Staff Selection Commission

Download Duplicate Admit Card For Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Exam. 2013 To Be Held On 20/09/2014 & 21/09/2014

Exam Name: Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II)

Year: 2013

Exam Date: 20/09/2014 & 21/09/2014

(Admit Card) SSC: Recruitment of SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs & Assistant SI in CISF Exam, 2014 (Paper-II) To Be Held On 28/09/2014

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Staff Selection Commission

Download Duplicate Admit Card For Recruitment of Sub-inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs & Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF Examination, 2014 (Paper II) To Be Held On 28/09/2014

Exam Name: Sub-inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs & Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF Examination

Paper: II

Year: 2014

Exam Date: To Be Held On 28/09/2014

(Info) SS-CR: List of Finally Selected Candidates of CGL - 2012 All Post

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Staff Selection Commission (Central Region)

List of Finally Selected Candidates of CGL - 2012 All Post

Exam Name: CGL

Year: 2012

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