1. Statement: The education of a student at collegiate level, not taking into account maintenance expenses, costs four hundred rupees a year. Collegiate education is thus drawing heavily upon the national resources of an impoverished community. So college education should be restricted to a brilliant few.
I. Our resources are very limited.
II. Only a few students should be admitted to the colleges.
2. Statement: "If you trouble me, I will slap you." - A mother warns her child.
I. With the warning, the child may stop troubling her.
II. All children are basically naughty.
3. Statement: If he is intelligent,he will pass the examination.
I. To Pass,he must be intelligent.
II. He will pass the examination.
4. Statement: The 'B' electronics company have announced a discount upto 60% on purchase of their new generation washing machine.
I. The sales of the washing machine may increase.
II. The company will capture the market of electronics.
5. Statement : It is desirable to put the child in school at the of 5 or so.
I. At that age the child reaches appropriate level of development and is ready to learn.
II. The schools do not admit children after six years of age.
6. Statement: His recent investment in the shares of Company A is only a gamble.
I. He may incur loss on his investment.
II. He may gain from his investment.
7. Statement: "You are hereby appointed as a programmer with a probation period of one year and your performance will be reviewed at the end of the period for confirmation." - A line in an appointment letter.
I. The performance of an individual generally is not known at the time of appointment offer.
II. Generally an individual tries to prove his worth in the probation period.
The performance of the individual has to be tested over a span of time as the statement mentions. So, I is implicit. The statement mentions that the individual's worth shall be reviewed (during probation period) before confirmation. So, II is also implicit.
8. Statement: The State government has decided to appoint four thousand primary school teachers during the next financial year.
I. There are enough schools in the state to accommodate four thousand additional primary school teachers.
II. The eligible candidates may not be interested to apply as the government may not finally appoint such a large number of primary school teachers.
9. Statement: In Bombay,railway trains are indispensable for people in the subrubs to reach their places of work on time.
I. Railway trains are the only mode of transport available in the subrubs of Bombay.
II. Only railway trains run punctually.
10. Statement: 'Move into the upper echelons without paying steep price. Book a luxurious flat with us-- advertisement of a construction company.'
I. It is possible to join the select brand of rich people by hard work.
II. Staying in luxury without paying steep price is the criterion of upper crust of the society.
III. Booking a luxurious flat is very easy now.
11. Statement : The private bus services in the city has virtually collapsed because of the ongoing strike of its employees.
I. Going on strikes has become the right of every employee.
II. People no more require the services of private bus operators.
12. Statement: Of all the radio sets manufactured in India, the 'X' brand has the largest sale.
I. The sale of all the radio sets manufactured in India is known.
II. The manufacturing of no other radio set in India is as large as 'X' brand radio.
Clearly, the comparison could not be made without knowing the sale of all the radio sets. So, I is implicit. The statement mentions only that the sale is largest and nothing is mentioned about the manufacture. So, II is not implicit.
13. Statement: A warning in a train compartment - "To stop train, pull chain. Penalty for improper use 500."
I. Some people misuse the alarm chain.
II. On certain occasions, people may want to stop a running train.
Clearly, the penalty is imposed to prevent people from misusing the alarm chain. This means that some people misuse it. So, I is implicit. The alarm chain is provided to stop the running train in times of urgency. So, II is also implicit.
14. Statement: The Government has decided to levy 2 percent on the tax amount payable for funding drought relief programmes.
I. The Government does not have sufficient money to fund drought relief programmes.
II. The amount collected by way of surcharge may be adequate to fund these drought relief programmes.
Since a surcharge has been levied to fund drought relief programmes, it follows that the Government does not have sufficient money for the same. So, I is implicit. Besides, the percentage of surcharge must have been decided after studying the expected inflow in relation to amount of funds required. So, II is also implicit.
15. Statement : Banks should always check financial status before lending money to a client.
I. Checking before lending would give a true picture of the client's financial status.
II. Clients some times may not present the correct picture of their ability to repay loan amount to the bank.
I is implicit in the norm prescribed in the sentence. This is why checking is being advised. Again, what would the banks check? Obviously what the clients reveal. Banks would assume the revelation to be true.Hence II is not implicit. However, II is vague. If cross - checking is what the speaker has in mind, II would become implicit.