Conclusions/Interferences 3 | Hamaraguru
(Note: For next question each of the five questions has only one distinct answer i.e. no two questions can have the same answer. If you get the same answer for more than one question, consider both again and decide which one of the two would more definitely be that answer and same way review others also.)
Passage for questions (21-25):
Cardiovascular disease is so prevalent that virtually all businesses are likely to have employees who suffer from, or may develop, this condition. Research shows that between 50-80 percent of all people who suffer a heart attack are able to return to work. However, this may not be possible if they have previously been involved in heavy physical work. In such cases, it may be possible to move the employee to lighter duties, with appropriate retraining where necessary. Similarly, high pressure, stressful work, even where it does not involve physical activity, should also be avoided. Human Resource managers should be aware of the implications of job roles for employees with a cardiac condition.
21. Employees who suffer from cardiovascular disease are mostly unable to return to work.
22. Employees suffering from cardiovascular disease are unable to handle stressful situations.
23. Employees above the age of 50 are found to suffer from cardiovascular disease.
24. Physical and stressful work definitely leads to heart attack.
25. Heart disease can affect employees in any type of business.
Passage for questions (26-30):
Aviation is important, both as an industry in its own right and as a facilitator for the success and competitiveness of other industries. The success of the aviation industry is also integral to national competitiveness, economic development and social progress. More importantly, aviation supports those new economy sectors on which India’s future prosperity relies, like information technology, biotechnology, finance, and electronics. That India’s air transport industry is on the rise is an undisputable fact. However, the Indian economy will only achieve its true potential if we are able to compete in the industries of the future. We need to be strong in the areas with potential to grow, and the role of India’s aviation sector is critical in this regard.
26. India needs to make massive investments in infrastructural development.
27. Growth in India’s aviation sector is essential to its economic development.
28. India has made substantial development in the biotechnology sector.
29. India has tremendous potential to grow in the emerging industries.
30. The aviation sector in India has not fulfilled its role in the past in its economic development.