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Comprehensive Part – IV
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Finally, there arises the question as to our leadership potential. Although the entire younger generation by the very definition is a potential storehouse of leadership, I feel that our universities provide the richest reservoir from which the future leaders of this country will be forthcoming. I have had occasion to travel fairly extensively and to visit a number of university centres in the country It is deeply encouraging to see that despite the economic and other difficulties which these young men and women have to face they are full of energy and idealism. The real question is whether we have the ability and imagination to tap this reservoir, to fan the sparks of youthful idealism into bright flames that would illumine the future of India the India of our dreams for the building of which countless generations have struggled and sacrified; an India socially emancipated, cconomically prosperous, politically integrated militarily strong and spiritually dynamic.
1. Which one of the following is correct? The writer believes that India is
A. socially emancipated
B. economically prosperous
C. spiritually dynamic
D. None of the above
Ans: D. None of the above
2. What is the author’s tone in the passage?
Ans: A. Optimistic
3. Where will the future leaders of the country mainly come from?
A. The families of present political leaders
B. The community of social scientists
C. The universities
D. The entire younger generation
Ans: C. The universities
4. Which one of the following is correct? For realizing the India of our dreams,
A. we should have the imagination to our budding leadership potential exploit
B. we should admire the sacrifices made by several generations
C. we should bring about more technological advancements
D. we should provide better facilities for sports
Ans: A. we should have the imagination to our budding leadership potential exploit
5. Which one of the following is correct? What is deeply encouraging about educated young men and women of India is that
A. they come from the richest reservoirs of potential leaders
B. they are full of energy and idealism because of quality education
C. they are full of youthful idealism and imagination
D. they are full of energy and idealism in spite of economic and other difficulties they face as students
Ans: D. they are full of energy and idealism in spite of economic and other difficulties they face as students
My own recollection is that I had not had any high regard for my ability. I used to be astonished whenever I won prizes and scholarships. But, I very assiduously guarded my character. The least little blemish drew tears from my eyes. When I merited, or seemed to the teacher to merit, a rebuke, it was unbearable for me. I remember having once received corporal punishment. I did not so much mind the punishment, as the fact that it was considered my desert. I wept piteously That was when I was in the first or second standard. There was another such incident during the time when I was in the seventh standard. Dorabji Edulji Gimi was the Headmaster then. He was popular among the boys, though he was a disciplinarian. He was a man of method and a good teacher. He had made gymnastics and cricket compulsory for the boys of the upper standards. 1 disliked both. I never took part in any exercise, cricket or football, before they were made compulsory. My shyness was one of the reasons for this aloofness, which I now see as wrong. I then had the false notion that gymnastics had nothing to do with education. Today I know that physical training should have as much place in the curriculum as mental training
1. Why did the author say that he did not have any high regard for his ability?
A. He was a dunce
B. He always used to miss his classes
C. He never did well in studies or sports
D. He was full humility
Ans: D. He was full humility
2. The author’s idea that character is a treasure is revealed in which of the statements?
A. “I won prizes and scholarships”
B. “When 1 merited, or seemed to the teacher to merit, a rebuke, it was unbearable for me”
C. 1 very assiduously guarded my character”
D. 1 wept piteously
Ans: C. 1 very assiduously guarded my character”
3. Why did the author weep piteously?
A. He felt insulted
B. Punishment was considered his due
C. He felt the physical pain
D. He took the punishment to heart
Ans: A. He felt insulted
4. Why did the author dislike gymnastics and cricket?
A. They cut into his study time
B. He had to spend money in buying bats, etc.
C. He felt that physical education could cause injury
D. He was shy
Ans: D. He was shy
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