Making Judgments


  1. While you are working on a routine assignment, a coworker asks you to help her for a few minutes so that she can complete an assignment that has top priority and must be completed immediately. Of the following, the best action for you to take should be to
    1. Tell her to find somebody else who does not look busy and ask that person for help.

    2. Tell her you will help her as soon as you complete your own work.
    3. Help her to complete her assignment and then go back to your work.
    4. Tell her that your work is as important to you as her work is to her, and continue to work on your own assignment.

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    Top priority work should be given more attention then routine work.we should help our co workers always if its possible.

    Correct Option: C

    There are a number of points to take into consideration: Your own task is described as routine; the coworker’s assignment is described as one that has top priority, and the coworker has asked for only a few minutes of your time. If you were involved in “rush’ work yourself, you might refuse to help until you had finished your own task, but under these, circumstances, help get the priority work done. A side benefits to be considered here is maintaining a good relationship with the coworker, so that you, too, may request assistance at some time when your job demands it.


  1. Mr Mukesh has joined the organisation 4 years back as an officer. He stays with his wife and two children. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. You need to take a decision :
    1. If the employee is to be provided with accommodation
    2. If the employee is not to be provided with accommodation
    3. If the complete information is not provided in the question.
    4. If the case is to be referred to the finance director.
    5. If the case is to be referred to the managing director.

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    Mr. Mukesh has not yet complete 10 years in the organisation, and therefore will not be provided accommodation.

    Correct Option: B

    Mr. Mukesh has not yet complete 10 years in the organisation, and therefore will not be provided accommodation.



  1. Mr. Laxman stays in a rented house with his wife and three children. His date of birth is 12 December 1952. He has been working in the organisation for the last 12 years, out of which the last 4 years has been as manager. You need to take a decision:
    1. If the employee is to be provided with accommodation.
    2. If the employee is not to be provided with accommodation.
    3. If the complete information regarding all the above criteria are not provided in the question.
    4. If the case is to be referred to the finance director.
    5. If the case is to be referred to the managing director.

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    Mr. Laxman satisfies all the conditions, and therefore will be provided accommodation.

    Correct Option: A

    Mr. Laxman satisfies all the conditions, and therefore will be provided accommodation.


  1. Mr. Prashant joined the organisation as manager in 1995 and was 29 years old as on 15 August 1993. He has four members in his family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. You need to take a decision:
    1. If the employee is to be provide with accommodation.
    2. If the employee is not to be provided with accommodation.
    3. If the complete information regarding all the above criteria are not provided in the question.
    4. If the case is to be referred to the finance director.
    5. If the case is to be referred to the managing director.

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    Mr. Prashant fulfils all the conditions except condition 1, and therefore his case will be referred to the finance director.

    Correct Option: D

    Mr. Prashant fulfils all the conditions except condition 1, and therefore his case will be referred to the finance director.



  1. Sanjay has three members, including himself, in the family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. He is a senoir manager for the last 4 years and has been working in the organisation for the last 12 years. He will be retiring from the organisation in 2002. You need to take a decision;
    1. If the employee is to be provide with accommodation.
    2. If the employee is not to be provided with accommodation.
    3. If the complete information regarding all the above criteria are not provided in the question.
    4. If the case is to be referred to the finance director.
    5. If the case is to be referred to the managing director.

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    Mr. Sanjay fulfils all the conditions given in the question, and therefore will be provided accommodation.

    Correct Option: A

    Mr. Sanjay fulfils all the conditions given in the question, and therefore will be provided accommodation.