Directions(1-5): Given below are six statements A, B, C, D, E and F, which when arranged in the correct order, form a coherent and meaningful paragraph. The sentence marked D is fixed and would fit in the fourth position. Rearrange the other statements in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions that follow.
A) Few people complain when scientists or mathematicians use technical vocabulary, and that courtesy should be extended to scholars in the humanities and the social sciences.
B) This specialised scholarly language is known as jargon, and it can elicit scorn, especially outside the academy.
C) To do so, they often invent and use concepts that are not part of ordinary language.
D) But to criticise jargon as such is tantamount to saying that scholars should not go beyond common sense, which is a betrayal of their vocation.
E) Though scholars might abuse jargon, they often need it to push the borders of thought.
F) Scholars add to human knowledge and help us see and understand the world in new ways.
- Which of the following will be the THIRD statement after rearrangement?
The correct logical order is FCBDEA.
- Which of the following will be the FIFTH statement after rearrangement?
- Which of the following will be the FIRST statement after rearrangement?
- Which of the following will be the LAST statement after rearrangement?
- Which of the following pairs will form two consecutive statements after rearrangement?
- Which of the following will be the Second Last sentence?
- Which of the following will be the First sentence?
- Which of the following will be the Last sentence?
- Which of the following will be the Third sentence?
- Which of the following will be the Second sentence?
The correct sequence is EABDFC.
Directions(6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions that follow.
A) A conscious effort by the Delhi government to involve SMCs in all education reforms has gone a long way in creating a sense of ownership among parents.
B) An instance was when the government was inviting schools to organise summer camps for students of class VI. SMCs played a pivotal role in convincing the schools, teachers and even the students to participate in the summer camps.
C) Clearly, SMCs in Delhi have come a long way from being one of the countless bodies that exist on paper, but never succeed in realising their purpose.
D) Ultimately, 45,000 students across 500 schools made attested to the success of this initiative, the credit of which should rightly go to the SMCs.
E) The fundamental shift in transforming SMCs in Delhi government schools started right from its organisation, with active campaigns held for parents’ elections to the committees.
F) Last year’s success has prompted the government to scale the summer camps which are currently underway in all its 1024 schools purpose.