The passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentence is given The climate question presents a leapfrog era for India's development paradigm. The correct sequence should be ______ - English

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The passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentence is given in the beginning as S1 and S6. The middle four sentences in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labelled P, Q, R, and S. You are required to find out the proper order for the four sentences and mark them accordingly.

S1: The climate question presents a leapfrog era for India's development paradigm.
S6: The presents a good template for India, building on its existing plans to introduce electric Mobility through buses first and cars by 2030.
P: It is aimed at achieving a shift to sustainable fuels, getting cities to commit to eco-friendly mobility, and delivering more walkable communities, all of which will improve the quality of urban life. 
Q: At the Bonn conference, a new Transport Decarbonisation Alliance has been declared.
R: This had to be resolutely pursued, breaking down the harries to Wider adoption of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers. 
S: Already, the country has chalked out an ambitious policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate 175 gigawatts of power from green sources by 2022.

The correct sequence should be ______

Options

  • SRQP

  • SPRQ

  • PRSQ

  • QRSP

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Solution

The correct sequence should be SRQP.

Concept: Para-jumbles (Entrance Exam)
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