If in an examination hall, you find that the question paper is too tough to be answered satisfactorily by you, the best thing to do for you is to (N.I.F.T. 2005)
A) tell the examiner that the questions are out of course
B) provoke the candidates to walk out of the examination hall
C) try to know something from your neighbour
D) try to solve the questions as much as you know with a cool head
Clearly, an ideal student shall never be expected to create a row over such an issue or try to copy the answers. Also, a ituation can best be tackled by not creating panic rather trying to solve it with a cool head.
You are alone in the house and your sister-in law is suddenly experiencing labour pains. (Hotel Management, 2002)
A) would definitely get upset and do not know what is the right step
B) go out of the house to call your family doctor
C) walk her to the nearest hospital
D) call an ambulance for emergency
Clearly, the situation demands taking the lady to the hospital wihtout much delay. Leaving her alone at home to go out in search of help or to make her do excess strain in the act of reaching hospital shall surely not be appropriate.
You want to get married to a person of your choice, but your family members give their own reasons why you should not marry that person, which you do not find very convincing. What would you do. (M.B.A. 2003)
A) Go by what your family says
B) become throughly confused and still remain undecided
C) Marry the person of your choice
D) Try to convince your family about your choice
The best way to settle a conflict is always to arrive at a consensus through peaceful talks and mutual discussions rather than stick to any one side and ignore the other. In the given situation, since the person concerned doesn't find the views of the family members convincing, he should try to convince them and mould their views to match his own. Just following his own choice shall hurt the family's sentiments and obeying the family members blindly shall surely be disloyalty towards the person he loves.