Question from XAT-2006-PARAJUMBLE
QUESTIONS 7-9: In each of the following questions, choose the correct order of statements (A, B, C...) to give a coherent meaning to the text?
Statement A: Such inter-operability of a software service or product appears to be only one aspect, and the interoperable system is itself evolving.
Statement B: Each software product introduces a variation and consequently a change in the system.
Statement C: An operating system must work with applications and other elements in a hardware platform.
Statement D: A software firm while introducing its product or service, therefore, does not strive for mute complementarities alone but tries to bring about a change in the existing structure.
Statement E: In other words the components must be designed to be inter-operable.
Statement A: Moreover, as argued above, knowledge is entailed not by way of justification as such. but by the realization of good or fruit ladenness of meaning and actions or iterated actions.
Statement B: Knowledge is required in order to resolve doubts and thus in order to act meaningfully.
Statement C: Therefore the actions in a commonly led daily life are both meaningful and knowledge-driven.
Statement D: Indian theorists argue for a common knowledge, which is obtained through iterated fruitful! actions, through the authority of sentences (or words).
Statement E: We argue for four sources of validation of knowledge, viz., sentence, inference, direct perception and analogy.
Statement A: But PST has also used satellite pictures to suggest that an ancient fortified town had existed 30 Km from Junagadh.
Statement B: Soil and vegetation patterns were used in the search.
Statement C: The site marches the description of Krishna's town in an ancient scripture.
Statement D: PST's primary job at Space Applications Centre has been tracking land use and forest cover with satellite images.
Statement E: An archeologist however cautioned that remote sensing and scriptures by themselves would not be enough to identify a township.
Statement F: It was claimed that soil and vegetation patterns at ancient abandoned sites reveal specific patterns that can be picked by satellite images.