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Safeguard of women and their legal rights
Act made for speedy justice for women.
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  1. SBI/ IBPS/ RRB PGDBF EXAMS 50 OLD + NEW PREVIOUS YEAR PATTERN QUESTION PARA JUMBLE SENTENCE RE ARRANGEMENT ENROLL NOW unacademy By : Shivangi Srivastava


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  3. Pana Jumble 4


  4. Para Jumble 3 (SBI PO 2014) 1. t is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy justice to women. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National Commission for Women Act 1990. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.


  5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. It is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy justice to women. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National Commission for Women Act 1990. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. 7. Central theme: The Commission, its functions, members and their procedures for securing speedy justice to women.


  6. It is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing 1. 2. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, 3. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost 4. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the 5. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organzing Parivarik Mahila speedy justice to women. intervention in specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. all facts of issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion. National Commission for Women Act 1990. Lok Adalats offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. authorities. Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate 7. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Sentence D is undoubtedly the opening sentence here as it clearly mentions the name of the Commission being talked about.


  7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. It is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy justice to women. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National Commission for Women Act 1990. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. 7. Sentence C will come next because it talks about the functions performed by the Commission, according to the Women Act 1990. Now this question can get a little tricky. One might feel that as C talks about the functions, sentence F, again talking about functions should follow C. But that's where the catch of the question is!


  8. 1. t is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy 2. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in 3. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of 4. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National 5. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats justice to women. specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion. Commission for Women Act 1990. offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. 7. Going by the tips discussed until now, we have to look for 'special words. Sentence G has the words "these" functions' and a phrase 'to carry out. Clearly, they are linked to sentence C. hence, G will come after


  9. 1. t is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy 2. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in 3. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of 4. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National 5. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats justice to women. specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion Commission for Women Act 1990. offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. 7. Now since G has introduced us to the members, naturally B will come next as it has the word_these' to refer to members


  10. 1. t is obvious from the above that the Commission has accorded the highest priority to securing speedy 2. These members continue to pursue their mandated activities, namely review of legislation, intervention in 3. The functions assigned to the Commission, as per the Act, are wide and varied covering almost all facts of 4. The National Commission for Women was set up on 31st January, 1992 in pursuance of the National 5. Towards the end of speedy justice to women, the Commission is organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats justice to women. specific individual complaints of atrocities and denial of rights. issues relating to safeguarding women's rights and promotion Commission for Women Act 1990. offering counseling in family disputes and conducting training programmes for creating legal awareness among women. They also suggest remedial action to safeguard the interest of women to the appropriate authorities. To carry out these functions the Commission has a Chairman, five members and a Member Secretary, all nominated by the Central Government. 6. 7. The sentences left are A, E and F. Sentence F seems most apt to follow due to the pronoun 'they' referring again to the members.


  11. Directions: The following five sentences have to be arranged in the proper sequence, so as to form a meaningful paragraph. On the basis of your sequencing, answer the questions that follow: a) As this trend continued across various school boards 100% cut-offs stopped raising eyebrows. Now cut-offs even soar 'beyond' 100%. b) So when CBSE gave as many as 16 extra marks in the class XIl maths exam in 2016, students with 77 may have ended up getting 93 marks. This is not only unjust to the truly distinguished students but it can hurt more average students as well, by giving them a false sense of academic worth. c) This policy means that upon complaints that a question paper is too difficult, the board recommends extra marks for examinees. d) In 2011, a Delhi University college sparked a major outcry when it set a 100% cut-off for a course. e) What promises welcome relief from this unsustainably feverish trend is CBSE and other school boards' effort to end the marks moderation policy, which has inflated board exam results without corresponding gain in learning. f) But the university vice-chancellor explained this in the context of how the number of Central Board of Secondary Education class XII students with more than 95% marks had risen dramatically over the previous year.