Goa PSC Civil Registrar Cum Sub Registrar Question Paper 2021 Download Free PDF

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS

Q1 : The speaker in the passage proposes to respond to hatred by matching the opponent’s

  • (a) capacity to inflict suffering
  • (b) physical force
  • (c) hatred with love
  • (d) soul force

Q2 : The unjust laws cannot be obeyed according to the passage because it goes against

  • (a) the unjust system
  • (b) the moral obligation
  • (c) the evil
  • (d) the conscience

Q3 : In the context of the passage, the phrase “as difficult as it is”, refers to

  • (a) the hardship of bombing of their homes
  • (b) the threatening of their children
  • (c) the challenge of loving one’s inflictors of suffering
  • (d) the possibility of loving one’s persecutors

Q4 : The phrase “non-cooperation with evil” in the passage implies

  • (a) cooperation with good
  • (b) resisting an unjust system
  • (c) a moral victory
  • (d) none of the above

Q5 : As an ethical act, “cooperation with good” is described in the passage as being an equivalent of

  • (a) non-cooperation with evil
  • (b) moral obligation
  • (c) forgiving your opponent
  • (d) loving in the face of hatred

Civil Registrar Cum Sub Registrar [CBRT on 13.12.2020]

 

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