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Important for :

1

I. The Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council had spelt out

II. a ‘clear road map’ for the government to ramp up job creation

III. and infrastructure financing avenues while investing

IV. more resources on health, education and skill development.

A

Here, usage of the verb 'on' is erroneous here as the correct preposition that follows the verb 'invest' is 'in' and not 'on'.

Option A is hence the correct answer.

2

I. Both revenue and profits, when compared to

II. the results reported for the first quarter have shown

III. signs of improvement that suggests

IV. a slow but steady pick-up in demand in the wider economy.

C

In this fragment, the singular case of the verb 'suggest' is erroneous. Instead of 'suggests' it should be 'suggest' to make it grammatically correct.

Correct fragment: signs of improvement that suggest

The other fragments are absolutely correct and has no error in it.

Option C is hence the correct answer.

3

I. It is unconscionable for governments, through indifference and inaction,

II. to be subjected to citizens to such toxic air, and cause extreme suffering

III. especially among people with respiratory ailments

IV. and impaired lung function.

II. to be subjected to citizens to such toxic air, and cause extreme suffering

III. especially among people with respiratory ailments

IV. and impaired lung function.

C

Usage of the passive voice form of the inifitive 'to subject' is erroneous here.

Correct fragment: to subject to citizens to such toxic air, and cause extreme suffering

Other three fragments are absolutely correct and thus have no error in them.

Option C is hence the correct answer.

4

I. Studies of police reforms have highlighted the need to make

II. the investigation process more scientific and rooted

III. in forensic analysis, but custodial torture and

IV. extracted confessions continue to be reported.

II. the investigation process more scientific and rooted

III. in forensic analysis, but custodial torture and

IV. extracted confessions continue to be reported.

B

In this fragment, usage of the preposition 'of' is erroneous. 'Studies' are done 'on' different subjects so 'on' would be a better choice here in place of 'of'.

Correct fragment: Studies

Here, the adverb of comperative degree 'more' should be there with both the adjectives.

The other two fragments are absolutely error free.

Option B is hence the correct answer.

5

I. Himachal Pradesh, in any case,

II. has always had robust voter participation,

III. with much higher turnouts

IV. relative to other north Indian States.

II. has always had robust voter participation,

III. with much higher turnouts

IV. relative to other north Indian States.