CLAT Reading Comprehension & Para jumble Questions PDF

As you know, the new pattern of CLAT comprises passages where each passage includes 4-5 questions. The questions shall appear from various English language topics like antonyms, synonyms, vocabulary, para jumbles, sentence correction, and Grammar. 

This post shall provide you para jumbles questions for CLAT 2021. You can also download a FREE PDF to solve more para jumbles questions. 

What is a Para Jumble?

Para jumble is a topic in the English language which includes a series of sentences in jumbled format. You need to rearrange the correct order by reading the sentences and creating a meaningful sequence. 

You will be given instructions to choose the correct order of the sentences. This is so easy!! But not so easy, you can expect tricky sentences which may confuse you to choose the correct order. 

How to Solve Reading Comprehension and Para Jumbles Questions for CLAT 2022?

There are few simple strategies you can follow to solve the para jumbles questions in no time. 

  • Identify the opening sentence: Read the given sentences carefully and identify the opening sentence. This will be easy to identify the first sentence.
  • Identify the Closing sentence: Similar to the opening sentence, the closing sentence will also be easy to identify. The trick to identifying the last sentence is to check the conclusion tone.
  • Usage of Pronouns and Acronyms: Generally, the sentences having pronouns or acronyms would be the middle sentences. 
  • Check for transitional Words: Ensure to observe the traditional words like also, well, furthermore, etc as those words are considered as bridges between two sentences. This way you can build the sentence and get the proper sequence. 

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Important Reading Comprehension and Para Jumbles Questions for CLAT

Here are few important questions based on para jumbles topic. Solve these questions to test your preparation level for CLAT. Practice previous year CLAT Question Papers to understand the difficulty level and type of questions asked. 

A. The Supreme Court in various judgements in the last 25 years has further emphasized this.
B. The Right to Information is derived from Article 19 of the Constitution.
C. The RTI Act was passed in May 2005 and came into force in October 2005.
D. It is intended to give relevant information about the government and its institutions.
E. This Act enables citizens to obtain information without going to court each time.


A. Riots had to be contained, food shortages to be overcome, princely states (as many as five hundred) to be integrated, refugees (almost ten million) to be resettled.
B. It is safe to say that no modern politician had anywhere near as difficult a job as Jawaharlal Nehru’s.
C. At Independence, the country he was asked to lead was faced with horrific problems.
D.This, so to say, was the task of fire-fighting; to be followed by the equally daunting task of nation-building

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  • DCBA

A.This is problematic both theoretically and practically because it has grave consequences for the way society views and treats the fundamental issues of women's lives.
B. Crimes such as these against any group other than women would be recognized as a civil and political emergency as well as a gross violation of the victims' humanity.
C. Significant numbers of the world's population are routinely subject to torture, starvation, terrorism, humiliation, mutilation, and even murder simply because they are female.
D. Yet, despite a clear record of deaths and demonstrable abuse, women's rights are not commonly classified as human rights.

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A. Such killings came to have social acceptance among the lower classes of society.
B. The PWG used violence as a tactic to motivate and encourage the lower cadres.
C.The first such brutal murder of an exploitative landlord was in 1978 when one Pitambar Rao was killed publicly.
D. Social inequalities, the wening gulf between the rich and the poor, exploitation by the higher castes in Andhra Pradesh and more importantly the loss of self-respect by the downtrodden helped in establishing Kondappally Seetharamiah's Peoples’ War Group (PWG) in the 1960s.

  • BCAD
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A. Central planning has failed the world over.
B. Hope cannot be dropped from helicopters.
C. The people, especially in remote areas, must have the power and resources to script their future.
D. It needs to be built through good governance at the local level.

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A. Like Hobbes, he also uses the hypothetical State of Nature as a basis for his arguments.
B. It is a state of peace and liberty for all.
C. Locke’s social contract theory formed the basis of the natural rights theory as we interpret it today.
D. However, his version of this condition is only pre-political and unlike Hobbes, not pre-moral.

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  • ADBC
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A.The debate is what the revolution will replace the current reality with.
B. The debate is not whether Indian society needs a revolution or not .
C. These are too important to be left blunt in the hands of distant leaders and underdeveloped institutions.
D. To hasten that revolution and what it brings, the rest of us only have very few, yet powerful, weapons like democracy, good governance and rule of law.

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  • BDAC
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  • CBAD

A. It was observed that awareness about intellectual disability is very low in this region compared to other areas of the state.
B. Most of the time intellectual disability was understood and treated as a mental illness.
C. People are not aware about the Persons with Disability Act (PDA) and its provisions.
D. Because of this misunderstanding the misconceptions attached to mental illness also extended to intellectual disability.

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  • BCDA
  • DCBA
  • ABCD

A. Not unlike most other Asian countries, Indian children are socialized into a system where they are expected to obey and respect authority figures without ever questioning their actions.
B. An all pervasive sensibility that rebellion is a sign of bad upbringing breeds a culture of abuse by encouraging sexual predators.
C. Two adults in India are often seen to exercise a near feudal hold over children demanding their unquestioned and complete obedience.
D. The reasons for the rampant instances of sexual abuse in India are manifold and rooted deep within the country’s social fabric.

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  • ABDC
  • DBAC
  • CBAD

A. The we avenues, now dominated by tower blocks, are teeming with traffic, and water and electricity shortages have become the norm.
B. In the 1800s, Bangalore's gentle climate, broad streets, and green public parks were made in the `Garden City'.
C. Until well after Independence, senior figures, film stars, and VIPs flocked to buy or build dream homes am this urban yll, which offered such unique amenities as theatres, cinemas, and a lack of restriction on alcohol.
D. However, for well over a decade, Bangalore has undergone a massive transformation.

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