Hindi Nibandh on Advantages of Mobile and Disadvantage

17790 Words Apr 18th, 2013 72 Pages
CLAT-2011 Solved Paper
The questions in this section are based on a single passage. The questions are to be answered on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage. Please note that for some of the questions, more than one of the choices could conceivably answer the question. However, you are to choose the best answer; that is, the response that most accurately and completely answers the question. Passage for Questions 1 to 10 In 1954, a Bombay economist named A.D. Shroff began a Forum of Free Enterprise, whose ideas on economic development were somewhat at odds with those then influentially articulated by the Planning Commission of the Government of India. Shroff complained against the ‘indifference, if
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Philip Spratt came to India because he: (a) Fell in love with an Indian woman (b) Wanted to protest against the economic policies of the Indian government. (c) Was offered the editorship of Mysindia. (d) Had been instructed to work towards the goal of inciting a revolution in India. The author that A.D. Shroff’s ideas were somewhat at odds with the views of Planning Commission because: (a) A.D. Shroff was in favour of rigid governmental control over all economic activities. (b) Shroff had opposed government’s decision to devalue Indian rupee. (c) The hostility of the government to private entrepreneurs was complained against by A.D. Shroff. (d) Shroff had been critical of the influence of Soviet academicians over India’s economic policy. The ideological shift of Philip Spratt to the right was caused by: (a) The demise of the Soviet Union (b) The start of the weekly called MysIndia. (c) The books that he encountered in the prison. (d) The dissolution of his first marriage to his college friend. Select the statement that could be most plausibly inferred from this passage. (a) Philip Spratt and A.D. Shroff were members of the Forum for Free Enterprise. (b) The first two Five Year Plans emphasized on the importance of private enterprise as the spearhead of economic growth. (c) P.C. Mahalanobis had mooted the expulsion of foreign firms like Coca Cola and IBM from India. (d) The hopes that the licensing regime would be liberalized after the devaluation of India rupee were