S1: Jawaharlal Nehru Was the Greatest Plan-enthusiast. P: Under Nehru'S Advice, the Pre-independent Congress Set-up National Planning Commission in 1938. - English Language

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In the question given below, the passage consists of six sentences. The first and sixth sentences are given at the beginning. The middle four sentences have been removed and jumbled up. They are labelled as, P, Q, R, and S. Find out the proper order for the four sentences.

S1: Jawaharlal Nehru was the greatest plan-enthusiast.
P: Under Nehru's advice, the pre-independent Congress set-up National Planning Commission in 1938.
Q: But, he forgot that what could be achieved by force under the communist dictatorship of Russia was not possible under the democratic set-up of India.
R: He took the idea from Russia where Five Year Plans transformed a very backward the country into a top power of the world.
S: No free government can call for compulsory sacrifice and suffering from the whole people.
S6: Nehru himself became the Chairman of the commission.
The proper sequence should be

Options

  • PSQR

  • SRQP

  • QPRS

  • RQSP

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Solution

RQSP

Concept: Para-jumbles (Entrance Exam)
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