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Instructions for the Candidates 1. Write your roll number in the space provided on the top of this page. 2. This paper consists of sixty (60) multiple-choice type of questions, out of which the candidate would be required to answer any fifty (50) questions. In the event of the candidate attempting more than fifty questions, the first fifty questions attempted by the Candidate would be evaluated. 3. At the commencement of examination, the question booklet will be given to you. In the first 5 minutes, you are requested to open the booklet and compulsorily examine it as below : (i) To have access to the Question Booklet, tear off the paper seal on the edge of this cover page. Do not accept a booklet without sticker-seal and do not accept an open booklet. (ii) Tally the number of pages and number of questions in the booklet with the information printed on the cover page. Faulty booklets due to pages/questions missing or duplicate or not in serial order or any other discrepancy should be got replaced immediately by a correct booklet from the invigilator within the period of 5 minutes. Afterwards, neither the Question Booklet will be replaced nor any extra time will be given. (iii) After this verification is over, the Test Booklet Number should be entered in the OMR Sheet and the OMR Sheet Number should be entered on this Test Booklet. 4. Each item has four alternative responses marked (A), (B), (C) and (D). You have to darken the oval as indicated below on the correct response against each item. Example : A B C D where (C) is the correct response. 5. Your responses to the items are to be indicated in the Answer Sheet given inside this Booklet, which is common for Paper I and Paper II. If you mark at any place other than in the ovals in the Answer Sheet, it will not be evaluated. 6. Read instructions given inside carefully. 7. Rough Work is to be done in the end of this booklet. 8. If you write your name or put any mark on any part of the Answer Sheet, except for the space allotted for the relevant entries, which may disclose your identity, you will render yourself liable to disqualification. 9. You have to return the test question booklet and OMR Answer sheet to the invigilators at the end of the examination compulsorily and must not carry it with you outside the Examination Hall. 10. Use only Blue/Black Ball point pen. 11. Use of any calculator or log table etc., is prohibited. 12. There is no negative marks for incorrect answers.

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In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tonnes. Study the chart and answer the following questions 8, 9 and 10.

8.

Which product shows the maximum percentage increase in price over the period ?

8.

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ÂœÂˇoĂ›|ÂŽĂ?Ă€oĂ‹Ă›ÂœÂˇÂžĂ‹Ă?oĂ‹Ă›Â?¡°¸€¡n–¡Ç¸“¡oĂ›•¡ÀzĂ?™Ă?oÛÀoÛÀ•¡€¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒh¸Â?¡oۀ¡•¡“¡}ÂŽĂ?ÂˇĂ‹ÂƒÂˇÂ™Ă?Ă€oÛÀÂ?¡°¸€¡ ¡€¡€¡¡n–¡¡§Ă?¡Ëq¡À ?

(A) Saw timber (B)

Plywood

(C)

Log

(D) None of the above 9.

What is the maximum percentage increase in price per cubic metre of log ? (A) 6

(A) 6

(B)

12

(B)

12

(C)

18

(C)

18

(D) 20

(D) 20 10.

10.

In which year the prices of two products increased and that of the third increased ? (A) 2000

(A) 2000

(B)

2002

(B)

2002

(C)

2003

(C)

2003

(D) 2006

(D) 2006 Y-00

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[ For Blind Students Only ] Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions 5 to 10. During the thousands of years since the earliest records of the history of ideas, learned people have accounted for the order they perceived in the universe in different ways. The accounts range along a continuum from arbitrary rule by humanlike deities, through rule by a deity subject to law, through various kinds of cause and effect relations, to abstract mathematical law. These do not represent successive stages of increasing sophistication, for all of them can be found in the thinking of ancient Greek philosophers as well as in the contemporary world. Rule by a deity or deities is a very ancient concept. In Sumeria, the religious leaders saw a world ruled by living beings like humans but endowed with superhuman powers and with immortality. Each of these beings was responsible for the control and maintenance of some features of the world, such as the flow of rivers, the rise and fall of the tides, the shift of the winds, the productivity of the harvest and the abundance of game animals. The deities competed with one another and reacted arbitrarily and often vindictively to human acts. Other cultures explained matters in terms of a single deity whose acts were frequently subject to the bestowal of human favour. A very different way of accounting for an ordered universe is the recognition of cause and effect sequences that take place in accordance with general law. In some cases the notion of a single deity is retained, but the acts of this deity are not arbitrary. Some would say that this God is the law. The idea of law itself is an anthropomorphism – that is, a reflection of human experience. Those who break divine laws are subject to punishment, but those who act in harmony with the law are rewarded. Of course, there is a great difference between human law and scientific law : human law governs the behaviour of things, and events are subject to law, but scientific law is a general description of events. Order in the universe is perceived through various kinds of relations between (A) men and matters (B) cause and effect (C) law and punishment (D) sophistication and crudity In Sumeria, religious leaders saw the world as ruled by human beings endowed with (A) rational thinking (B) religious powers (C) superhuman powers (D) intuitive powers Law as a reflection of human experience is (A) punishment or reward for breaking or following it. (B) that which governs human behaviour. (C) a general description of events. (D) that governs natural events. According to the author, various accounts of the world are not evolutionary because (A) they are found in the thinking of ancient Greek philosophers (B) ideas do not grow (C) they have no relation to abstract mathematical law (D) they are neither ancient nor contemporary The Sumerian view of the deities is that (A) they are governed by a law (B) they are competing with one another (C) they are compassionate to human beings (D) they are governed by a single deity What is the other way of understanding the world which is different from that of the Sumerians ? (A) World governed by cause and effect sequences. (B) World governed by a single deity. (C) World is governed by a deity whose will is not arbitrary. (D) World is governed by law. 6


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11.

11.

Which one of the following is the oldest Archival source of data in India ? (A) National Sample Surveys

(A)

Ž·Ë ·Ž·œ·¤·Ï•·œ·¤·Ÿ·Í

(B)

Agricultural Statistics

(B)

oÊÛ¸£·¤·•“·Ž·Àh·²oÛ|®ËÝ

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Census

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h·Ÿ· –·oÛh·²oÛ|®ËÝ

(D) Vital Statistics

12.

In a large random data set following normal distribution, the ratio (%) of number of data points which are in the range of (mean ± standard deviation) to the total number of data points, is

12.

(B)

~ 67%

(C)

~ 97%

13.

Which number system is usually followed in a typical 32-bit computer ?

~ 67%

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~ 97%

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(A) 2

(A) 2

(B)

8

(B)

8

(C)

10

(C)

10

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(D) 16

14.

Which one of the following is an example of Operating System ?

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(A) Microsoft Word

(A)

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(B)

Microsoft Excel

(B)

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(C)

Microsoft Access

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(D) Microsoft Windows Y-00

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(D) ~ 47%

14.

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(A) ~ 50%

13.

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15.

Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤¡Ë oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡Â…Ă?Â ÂˇÂ•ÂˇÂœÂˇÂ&#x;¡¤¡´p–¡¡ oÛ¡Â…Ă?¡Ë§Ă?™Ă?¡¤¡•¡¡Ž¡¡„¡Â “¡¡iŽ¡™Ă?Ă€iÂźnÂ&#x;¡Â&#x;ÂˇĂ‹ÂœÂˇĂŒzĂ? §Ă?Ă? ?

Which one of the following represent the binary equivalent of the decimal number 23 ? (A) 01011 (B) 10111 (C) 10011 (D) None of the above

15.

16.

Which one of the following is different from other members ? (A) Google (B) Windows (C) Linux (D) Mac

16.

Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡ËoÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡hŽ–¡¤¡Ë¸”¡ŽŽ¡§Ă?Ă? ? (A) q¡ÇqÂˇÂœÂˇ (B) šÂ&#x;¡|Ă?¡Ëv¡­ (C) ÂœÂˇÂˇiŽ¡Ën¤¡ (D) •¡Ă?oĂ›

17.

Where does a computer add and compare its data ? (A) CPU (B) Memory (C) Hard disk (D) Floppy disk

17.

moĂ› oەÂ?–¡ÇzĂ?™Ă? hÂ?¡Ž¡Ë |Ă?¡zĂ?¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒ oÛ§Ă?¡² Â?¡™Ă? oĂ„Ă›uĂœ v¡¡Ë|ÂŽĂ?€¡¡§Ă?Ă?h¡Ă?™Ă?j¤¡oÛÀÂ€ÂˇĂ„ÂœÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇoۙĂ?€¡¡§Ă?Ă? ? (A) ¤¡ÀÂ?¡À–¡Ç (B) •¡Ë•¡¡Ë™Ă?Ă€ (C) §Ă?¡|ÂľĂ?¸|Ă?¤oĂ› (D) Â‘ÂœÂˇÂˇĂ“Â?¡À¸|Ă?¤oĂ›

18.

Computers on an internet identified by (A) e-mail address (B) street address (C) IP address (D) None of the above

18.

i~zĂ?™Ă?Ž¡ËzĂ?Â&#x;ÂˇÂˇÂœÂˇĂ‹oەÂ?–¡ÇzĂ?™Ă?ÂˇĂŒoÛÀÂ?¡§Ă?t¡¡Ž¡¸oÛ¤¡¤¡Ë§Ă?¡Ë€¡À§Ă?Ă?" (A) iÂľÂ•ÂˇĂ‹ÂœÂˇm|³ËĂ?¤¡ (B) ¤zÂłĂ?Ă€zĂ?m|³ËĂ?¤¡ (C) h¡iÂľÂ?¡Àm|³ËĂ?¤¡ (D) jÂ?¡™Ă?¡Ën€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡ËoÛ¡ËiÂľŽ¡§Ă?Ă 

19.

The Right to Information Act, 2005 makes the provision of (A) Dissemination of all types of information by all Public authorities to any person. (B) Establishment of Central, State and District Level Information Commissions as an appellate body. (C) Transparency and accountability in Public authorities. (D) All of the above

19.

¤¡Çt¡Ž¡¡oÛ¡h¸Â?¡oÛ¡™Ă? h¸Â?¡¸Ž¡–¡•¡Â?¡°¡Â&#x;¡Â?¡¡Ž¡ oۙĂ?€¡¡§Ă?Ă? (A) ¸oÛ¤¡À”¡ÀÂ&#x;–¡Ÿn€¡oۡˤ¡”¡ÀÂœÂˇÂˇĂ‹oĂ›h¸Â?¡oÛ¡¸™Ă?Â–ÂˇÂˇĂŒ ÂŒĂ?¡™Ă?¡¤¡”¡ÀÂ?¡°oÛ¡™oÛÀ¤¡Çt¡Ž¡¡hÂˇĂŒoÛ¡Â?¡°¤¡¡™g (B) oËێ‡Ă?À–¡™Ă?¡v–¡À–¡mÂ&#x;¡´ ¸vÂˇÂœÂˇÂˇ¤€¡™Ă?ÂˇĂŒ Â?¡™Ă? ¤¡Çt¡Ž¡¡ h¡–¡¡ËqÂˇÂˇĂŒ oÛÀhÂ?ÂˇĂ€ÂœÂˇĂ€Â–Âˇh¸Â?¡oۙĂ?~¡oĂ‹Ă››Ă&#x;Â?¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤„¡¡Â?¡Ž¡¡g (C) ÂœÂˇÂˇĂ‹oĂ› h¸Â?¡oÛ¡¸™Ă?Â–ÂˇÂˇĂŒ Â•ÂˇĂŒ Â?¡¡™Ă?Â…Ă?º ¡€¡¡ mÂ&#x;¡´ v¡Â&#x;¡¡“¡…ËĂ?–¡€¡¡g (D) jÂ?¡–¡Ä¾n€¡¤¡”¡Àg

Y-00

(A) 01011 (B) 10111 (C) 10011 (D) jÂ?¡™Ă?¡Ën€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡ËoÛ¡ËiÂľŽ¡§Ă?Ă

are

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20.

20.

Which type of natural hazards cause maximum damage to property and lives ? (A) Hydrological (B)

Hydro-meteorological

(C)

Geological

(D) Geo-chemical

21.

21.

Dioxins are produced from

vÂˇÂœÂˇÂ?¡°oÛ¡ËÂ?¡

(B)

vÂˇÂœÂˇ•¡¡Ă?¤¡•¡ÀÂ?¡°oÛ¡ËÂ?¡

(C)

”¡ÇÂ&#x;¡Ă?w¡¡¸Ž¡oĂ›Â?¡°oÛ¡ËÂ?¡

(D)

”¡Ç™�¡¤¡¡–¡¸Ž¡oÛ�¡°oÛ¡Ë�¡

|�¡–¡¡ËŸn¤¡Žv¡­¸oÛ¤¡¤¡Ëj€¤¡ºv¡€¡§�¡Ë€¡¡§��" (A)

“¡´v¡™��¡™�€¡À

(B)

Power plants

(B)

¸“¡vÂˇÂœÂˇĂ€–¡Ž‚¡

(C)

Sugar factories

(C)

t¡ÀŽ¡ÀoËÛoÛ¡™�p¡¡Ž¡Ë

(D)

Â?ÂœÂˇÂˇÂźÂ¤zĂ?oۅĂ?§Ă?Ž¡

The slogan “A tree for each child� was coined for

22.

“Â?¡°€–¡ËoĂ›Â“ÂˇÂˇÂœÂˇoĂ›oĂ‹Ă›Â¸ÂœÂˇmmoĂ›Â?¡Ë|ÂŽĂ?â€? oÛ¡Ž¡¡™Ă?¡¸oÛ¤¡

h¡ ¡–¡¤¡Ëq¡}Ž�¡q¡–¡¡"

(A) Social forestry programme

(A)

¤¡¡•¡¡¸v¡oĂ›Â&#x;¡Ž¡oÛ¡–¡¾o¯Û•¡

(B)

Clean Air programme

(B)

¤Â&#x;¡tuĂœÂ&#x;¡¡–¡ÄoÛ¡–¡¾o¯Û•¡

(C)

Soil conservation programme

(C)

”¡Ç¸•¡¤¡´™�c¡~¡oÛ¡–¡¾o¯Û•¡

(D)

Â?¡–¡¡¾Â&#x;¡™Ă?~¡¤¡Ä™Ă?c¡¡oÛ¡–¡¾o¯Û•¡

(D) Environmental protection programme 23.

(A)

(A) Wastelands

(D) Combustion of plastics

22.

oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡Â?¡°¡oÊÛ¸€¡oĂ›Â?¡°oÛ¡ËÂ?¡¤¡•Â?ÂˇÂ¸ÂƒÂˇh¡Ă?™Ă?v¡ÀÂ&#x;¡Ž¡oÛ¡Ë h¸Â?¡oۀ¡•¡Ž¡ÄoÛ¤¡¡Ž¡Â?¡§Ä²t¡¡€¡¡§Ă?Ă? ?

23.

The main constituents of biogas are

Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤¡Ë “¡¡–¡¡Ëq¡Ă?¤¡ oÛ¡ Â?¡°•¡Äp¡ Â€ÂˇÂƒÂ&#x;¡ oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡§Ă?Ă?"

(A) Methane and Carbon di-oxide (B) (C)

Methane, Hydrogen and Nitric oxide

(D) Methane and Sulphur di-oxide Y-00

(A)

•¡À„¡ËŽ¡h¡�™�oÛ¡“¡¾Ž¡|�¡ih¡Ón¤¡¡i|�

(B)

•¡À„¡ËŽ¡h¡�™�Ž¡¡i¸z³�oÛh¡Ón¤¡¡i|�

(C)

•¡À„¡ËŽ¡ §�¡i|³�¡Ëv¡Ž¡ h¡�™� Ž¡¡i¸z³�oÛ h¡Ón¤¡¡i|�

(D)

•¡À„¡ËŽ¡h¡Ă?™Ă?Â¤ÂˇÂœÂ’Ă›Â™Ă?|Ă?¡ih¡Ón¤¡¡i|Ă?

Methane and Nitric oxide

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24.

25.

24.

Climate change has implications for 1. soil moisture 2. forest fires 3. biodiversity 4. ground water Identify the correct combination according to the code :

25.

•¡¡Ă?¤¡•¡oÛ¡Â?¡¸™Ă?Â&#x;¡€¡¾Ž¡¸oÛ¤¡Â?¡™Ă?Â?¡°”¡¡Â&#x;¡À§Ă?¡Ë€¡¡§Ă?Ă?" 1. ”¡Ç¸•¡oÛÀŽ¡•¡À 2. Â&#x;¡Ž¡hÂźqŽ¡ 3. “¡¡–¡¡Ë|Ă?¡iÂ&#x;¡™Ă?¸¤¡zĂ?Ă€ v¡Ă?Â&#x;¡¸Â&#x;¡¸Â&#x;¡Â?¡€¡¡  4. ”¡Ç¸•¡q¡€¡vÂˇÂœÂˇ oÛ¡Ë|Ă?oĂ‹Ă›h¡Â?¡¡™Ă?Â?¡™Ă?¤¡§Ă?Ă€–¡Äq•¡oÛÀÂ?¡§Ă?t¡¡Ž¡oÛÀ¸v¡m : oÛ¡Ë|Ă? (A) 1 h¡Ă?™Ă? 3 (B) 1, 2 h¡Ă?™Ă? 3 (C) 1, 3 h¡Ă?™Ă? 4 (D) 1, 2, 3 h¡Ă?™Ă? 4

26.

™Ă?¡£zÂłĂ?À–¡ Â•ÂˇĂ‡ÂœÂ–ÂˇÂˇÂ´oێ¡ mÂ&#x;¡´ h¸Â?¡¤Â&#x;¡ÀoÊÛ¸€¡ Â?¡¸™Ă?£¡… mŽ¡mm¤¡À  ™Ă?¡£zÂłĂ?À–¡ h¸Â?¡¤Â&#x;¡ÀoÊÛ¸€¡ “¡¡Ë|ÂľĂ? mŽ¡“¡Àm ¤¡ËiŽ¡Â“ÂˇÂˇÂ€ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒ¸”¡ŽŽ¡§Ă?Ă? (A) Â…Ă?ÂˇĂ‹ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒÂŒĂ?¡™Ă?¡Â?¡}ÂŽĂ?¡–¡Ëv¡¡Ž¡ËÂ&#x;ÂˇÂˇÂœÂˇĂ‹¸Â&#x;ÂˇÂŁÂˇÂ–ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡•¡¡Ž¡€¡¡ §Ă?¡Ë€¡Ë§ÄĂ?m”¡ÀÂ?ÂˇÂ°Â–ÂˇÂˇÂ¤ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒÂ…Ă?¡Ë§Ă?™Ă?¡Â?¡Ž¡§Ă?Ă?g (B) moĂ›oÛ¡†Ă?Ÿ£zĂ?oÛ¡Ë~¡oۡ˸zĂ?¸Ž¡Â?¡¡¾™Ă?~¡§Ă?Ă?€¡„¡¡ …ÇĂ?¤¡™ËĂ? oÛ¡ oÛ¡–¡¾o¯Û•¡ oÛÀ oۡ˸zĂ? h¡Â?¡¡¸™Ă?€¡ †Ă?Ÿ£zĂ?oÛ¡Ë~¡g (C) mŽ¡“¡Àm h„¡Â&#x;¡¡ mŽ¡mm¤¡À ¤¡Ë moĂ› “¡¡™Ă? h¸Â?¡¤Â&#x;¡ÀoÊÛ¸€¡Â?¡°¡Â?€¡oۙĂ?Ž¡ËoĂ‹Ă›Â?¡ t¡¡€¡ ¤¡´¤„¡¡oÛ¡Ëoۡ˸zĂ?oĂ‹Ă›Ž¡Â&#x;¡ÀŽ¡ÀoۙĂ?~¡oۙĂ?¡Ž¡Ë¤¡Ë ¤Â&#x;¡€¡Ž‚¡ §Ă?Ă? –¡§Ă? moĂ› Â?¡°qÂˇÂ¸Â€ÂˇÂ ÂˇĂ€ÂœÂˇ ¸Ž¡~¡¾–¡ Ž¡§Ă?Ă §Ă?Ă?g (D) –¡§Ă? h¸Â?¡¤Â&#x;¡ÀoÊÛ¸€¡ ¤¡•“¡ŸŽÂ?¡€¡ ¤¡´¤„¡¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¸ ¡c¡¡ oÛÀ q¡Ä~¡Â&#x;ÂˇÂƒÂˇÂˇ oĂ‹Ă› Ž–¡ÇŽ¡€¡•¡ •¡¡Ž¡oĂ›ÂˇĂŒ oÛÀ¤Â&#x;¡ÀoÊÛ¸€¡oĂ‹Ă›¤¡•¡¡Ž¡§Ă?Ă?g

Codes : (A) 1 and 3 (C) 1, 3 and 4 26.

Y-00

h¸”¡oۄ¡Ž¡ (A) : ¤¡´¤¡¡™Ă? Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤¡•¡q¡° ›Ă&#x;Â?¡ ¤¡Ë ¸Â?¡uĂœÂœÂˇĂ‹oĂ›i¾…Ă? ¡oĂ›ÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒÂ?¡–¡¡¾Â&#x;¡™Ă?~¡¸“¡q¡|ÂŽĂ?¡§Ă?g €¡o¾Û (R) : ¤¡´¤¡¡™Ă? oÛÀ v¡Ž¡¤¡´p–¡¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒ •¡§Ă?ƒÂ&#x;¡Â?¡Ç~¡¾“¡}ÂŽĂ?ÂˇĂ‹ÂƒÂˇÂ™Ă?Ă€§Ă?¡Ë™Ă?§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?g

Assertion (A) : In the world as a whole, the environment has degraded during past several decades. Reason (R) : The population of the world has been growing significantly. (A) (A) is correct, (R) is correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A). (B) (A) is correct, (R) is correct and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A). (C) (A) is correct, but (R) is false. (D) (A) is false, but (R) is correct.

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(B)

(A) ¤¡§�À§�� (R) ¤¡§�À§�� h¡�™� (A) (R) ¤¡§�À¤�¡£z�Àoۙ�~¡Ž¡§�à §��g

oÛ¡

(C)

(A) ¤¡§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?Â?¡™Ă?Ž€¡Ä (R) qÂˇÂœÂˇÂ€Âˇ§Ă?Ă?g

(D) (A) qÂˇÂœÂˇÂ€Âˇ§Ă?Ă?Â?¡™Ă?Ž€¡Ä (R) ¤¡§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?g

(B) 1, 2 and 3 (D) 1, 2, 3 and 4

The accreditation process by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) differs from that of National Board of Accreditation (NBA) in terms of (A) Disciplines covered by both being the same, there is duplication of efforts. (B) One has institutional grading approach and the other has programme grading approach. (C) Once get accredited by NBA or NAAC, the institution is free from renewal of grading, which is not a progressive decision. (D) This accreditation amounts to approval of minimum standards in the quality of education in the institution concerned.

(A) (A) ¤¡§�À§�� (R) ¤¡§�À§�� h¡�™� (A) (R) ¤¡§�À¤�¡£z�Àoۙ�~¡§��g

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27.

Which option is not correct ? (A) Most

of

the

27.

educational

¸Ž·•Ž·¸œ·¸p·€·•·Ì¤·Ëo۷ώ·¤··¸Ÿ·oۜ·¤·§ÝÀŽ·§ÝÁ§ÏÝ ? (A)

institutions of National repute in

·°¸€·£{Ý··°·€·h¸·oÛ·´ ·¤·´¤„··Ž·¤·´r·À–·¤·Çt·À

scientific and technical sphere fall

oÛÀŸ·Á·°¸Ÿ·¼£zÝoËÛhŽ€·q·µ€·h·€·Ë§ÐÝg

under 64th entry of Union list. (B)

(B)

Education, in general, is the

Ÿ·Ì ¤·´¸Ÿ···Ž· ¤·´ ··Ë·Ž· h¸·¸Ž·–·•·

subject of concurrent list since

 ¤·Ë ¤··•··Ž–·€· ¸ ·c·· ¤·•·Ÿ·€·Â

42nd Constitutional Amendment

¤·Çt·ÀoÛ·¸Ÿ·£·–·§ÏÝg

Act 1976. (C)

¸Ÿ·w··Ž· h·Ï™Ý €·oێ·ÀoÛÀ c·Ë‚· oËÛ ™Ý·£z³ÝÀ–·

Central

(C) Advisory Board

on

¸ ·c·· ·™Ý oËێ‡ÝÀ–· ·™Ý·•· ·µ…Ý·‚·À •·~|ݜ· ¤·Àm“·Àiµ  oÛÀ ·°„·•· “··™Ý ¤„···Ž··

Education (CABE) was first

•·ÌoÛÀq·iµ„·Àg

established in 1920. (D) (D) India had implemented the right

¤·´ ··Ë·Ž· h¸·¸Ž·–·•· oËÛ •··–·•· ¤·Ë

to Free and Compulsory Primary

28.

Education in 2002 through 86th

h¸Ž·Ÿ··–·µ h·Ï™Ý •·Ä‘€··°·„·¸•·oÛ¸ ·c··oËÛ

Constitutional Amendment.

h¸·oÛ·™ÝoÛ·Ëœ··q·Çoۙݸ…Ý–··§ÏÝg

Which statement is not correct about the “National Education Day” of India ? (A) It

is

celebrated

on

It

is

celebrated

on

28.

”··™Ý€·oËÛ“™Ý·£z³ÝÀ–·¸ ·c··¸…ÝŸ·¤·”oËÛ“··™ËÝ•·Ìo۷ώ· ¤··h¸”·•·€·¤·§ÝÀŽ·§ÝÁ§ÏÝ ?

5th

September every year. (B)

”··™Ý€· Ž·Ë  •·Ì Ÿ·Ì ¤·´¸Ÿ···Ž·

11th

(A)

–·§Ý·°¸€·Ÿ·£·µ¸¤·€·•“·™ÝoÛ·Ë•·Ž··–··v··€··§ÏÝg

(B)

–·§Ý·°¸€·Ÿ·£·µŽ·Ÿ·•“·™ÝoÛ·Ë•·Ž··–··v··€··§ÏÝg

(C)

i¤·Ë ”··™Ý€·oËې·°„·•·¸ ·c··•·´‚·À|Ý·Óh“·Äœ·

November every year. (C)

It is celebrated in the memory of

oۜ··•·h·v··…ÝoÛÀ¤•·Ê¸€·•·Ì•·Ž··–··v··€··§ÏÝ g

India’s first Union Minister of Education, Dr. Abul Kalam Azad. (D) (D) It is being celebrated since 2008. Y-00

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i¤·Ë¤·Ë•·Ž··–··v··™Ý§Ý·§ÏÝg


29.

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below :

29.

¤¡Çt¡À–I oÛ¡Ë ¤¡Çt¡À–II ¤¡Ë Â¸Â•ÂˇÂœÂˇÂˇÂ€ÂˇĂ‹ §ÄĂ?m ¸…Ă?–¡Ë q¡–¡Ë oÛ¡Ë|Ă?oÛ¡Â?¡°–¡¡Ëq¡oۙĂ?€¡Ë§ÄĂ?m¤¡§Ă?Ă€jÂƒÂˇÂ™Ă?Â…Ă?À¸v¡m: (¤¡´¸Â&#x;¡Â?¡¡Ž¡oĂ‹Ă› hŽ¡ÄtuĂ‹ĂœÂ…Ă?)

(¤¡´¤„¡¡m²)

(Articles of the Constitution)

(Institutions)

(a) Article 280

(i) Administrative Tribunals

(a)

hŽ¡ÄtuĂ‹ĂœÂ…Ă? 280

(i)

�¡° ¡¡¤¡¸Ž¡oÛ Ž–¡¡–¡¡¸�¡oۙ�~¡

(b) Article 324

(ii) Election Commission of India

(b)

hŽ¡ÄtuĂ‹ĂœÂ…Ă? 324

(ii)

”¡¡™Ă?€¡ oÛ¡ ¸Ž¡Â&#x;¡¡¾t¡Ž¡h¡–¡¡Ëq¡

(c) Article 323

(iii) Finance Commission at Union level

(c)

hŽ¡ÄtuĂ‹ĂœÂ…Ă? 323

(iii)

¤¡´r¡À–¡ ¤€¡™Ă? Â?¡™Ă? ¸Â&#x;ÂˇÂƒÂˇh¡–¡¡Ëq¡

(d)

hŽ¡ÄtuĂ‹ĂœÂ…Ă? 315

(iv)

(d) Article 315

(iv) Union Public Service Commission

¤¡´r¡ ÂœÂˇÂˇĂ‹oĂ› ¤¡ËÂ&#x;¡¡ h¡–¡¡Ëq¡

oÛ¡Ë|� :

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(A)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(B)

(iii)

(ii)

(i)

(iv)

(C)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

(D)

(ii)

(iv)

(iii)

(i)

Deemed Universities declared by UGC under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956, are not permitted to

30.

(A) offer programmes in higher education and issue degrees.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(A)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(B)

(iii)

(ii)

(i)

(iv)

(C)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

(D)

(ii)

(iv)

(iii)

(i)

–¡Çv¡À¤¡À ÂŒĂ?¡™Ă?¡ –¡Çv¡À¤¡À h¸Â?¡¸Ž¡–¡•¡  Â?¡¡™Ă?¡oĂ‹Ă›hŽ€¡q¡¾€¡•¡¡¸Ž¡€¡¸Â&#x;¡ Â&#x;¡¸Â&#x;ÂˇÂ‹ÂˇÂœÂˇÂ–ÂˇÂˇĂŒ oÛ¡Ë –¡§Ă?h¡w¡¡Ž¡§Ă?Ă §Ă?Ă? (A)

jtt¡ ¸ ¡c¡¡ oĂ‹Ă› oÛ¡–¡¾oÂŻĂ›Â•ÂˇÂˇĂŒ oÛ¡Ë tÂˇÂœÂˇÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇ h¡Ă?™Ă?jÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂˇĂŒ¸|Ă?q¡°ÀÂ?¡°…Ă?¡Ž¡oۙĂ?Ž¡¡g

(B)

open off-campus and off-shore campus anywhere in the country and overseas respectively without the permission of the UGC.

¸oÛ¤¡Àjtt¡¸ ¡c¡¡oËÛ¤¡´¤„¡¡Ž¡oۡˤ¡•“¡‰� oۙ�Ž¡¡g

(C)

(D) offer distance education programmes without the approval of the Distance Education Council.

–¡Çv¡À¤¡ÀoÛÀh¡w¡¡oĂ‹Ă›¸“¡Ž¡¡oĂ?ەÂ?¡¤¡oĂ‹Ă› “¡¡§Ă?™Ă?¸oÛ¤¡À”¡Àv¡q¡§Ă?Â…Ă‹Ă? ¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ–¡¡¸Â&#x;¡…ËĂ?Â ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒ oĂ?ەÂ?¡¤¡pÂˇÂˇĂ‹ÂœÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇg

(D)

…ÇĂ?™Ă?¤„¡¸ ¡c¡¡Â?¡¸™Ă?£¡…Ă? oÛÀhŽ¡Ä•¡¸€¡oĂ‹Ă›¸“¡Ž¡¡ …ÇĂ?™Ă?¤„¡oÛ¡–¡¾oÂŻĂ›Â•ÂˇÂˇĂŒoÛ¡ËtÂˇÂœÂˇÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇg

(B) (C)

Y-00

¤¡Çt¡À – II

List – II

Codes :

30.

¤¡Çt¡À – I

List – I

give affiliation to any institute of higher education.

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31.

32.

33.

34.

35.

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37.

Which one of the following is the most important quality of a good teacher ? (A) Punctuality and sincerity (B) Content mastery (C) Content mastery and reactive (D) Content mastery and sociable

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The primary responsibility for the teacher’s adjustment lies with (A) The children (B) The principal (C) The teacher himself (D) The community

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hÂ?–¡¡Â?¡oĂ› oĂ‹Ă› ¤¡•¡ŽÂ&#x;¡–¡ oÛ¡ Â?¡°¡„¡¸•¡oĂ› jÂƒÂˇÂ™Ă?Â…Ă?¡¸–¡€Â&#x;¡ ¸oÛ¤¡oÛ¡§Ă?Ă?" (A) Â“ÂˇÂˇÂœÂˇoĂ›ÂˇĂŒoÛ¡ (B) šÂ?¡°¸¤¡Â?ÂˇÂœÂˇoÛ¡ (C) ¤Â&#x;¡–¡´hÂ?–¡¡Â?¡oĂ›oÛ¡ (D) ¤¡•¡Ä…Ă?¡–¡oÛ¡

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As per the NCTE norms, what should be the staff strength for a unit of 100 students at B.Ed. level ? (A) 1 + 7 (B) 1 + 9 (C) 1 + 10 (D) 1 + 5

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mŽ¡ ¤¡À zĂ?Ă€ iÂľ oĂ‹Ă› Â?ÂˇÂ°Â¸Â€ÂˇÂ•ÂˇÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒ oĂ‹Ă› hŽ¡Ä¤¡¡™Ă? “¡Àm|Ă? ¤€¡™Ă?oĂ‹Ă›moĂ›–¡Ç¸Ž¡zĂ?¸v¡Ă?Â¤ÂˇÂ•ÂˇĂŒ¸Â&#x;¡‹¡„¡Â§Ă?ÂˇĂŒÂ&#x;¡§Ă?¡² ¤zĂ?¡’ÛoÛÀ¤¡´p–¡¡n–¡¡§Ă?¡ËŽ¡Àt¡¡¸§Ă?m ?

40.

Research has shown that the most frequent symptom of nervous instability among teachers is (A) Digestive upsets (B) Explosive behaviour (C) Fatigue (D) Worry

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hÂŽÂ&#x;¡Ë£¡~ÂˇÂˇĂŒ Ž¡Ë –¡§Ă? Â…Ă? ¡¡¾–¡¡ §Ă?Ă? ¸oĂ› hÂ?–¡¡Â?¡oĂ›ÂˇĂŒ oĂ‹Ă› ¤Ž¡¡–¡Ä€¡Ž‚¡Â•ÂˇĂŒhŸ¤„¡™Ă?€¡¡oĂ‹Ă›Â?¡°¡Â?–¡Â?¡°¡–¡ÂœÂˇc¡~¡§Ă?Ă? (A) Â?¡¡t¡Ž¡¸o¯Û–¡¡oÛ¡¸“¡q¡|Ă?ŽŽ¡¡ (B) ¸Â&#x;¡¤’Û¡ËzĂ?oĂ›Â&#x;–¡Â&#x;¡§Ă?¡™Ă? (C) „¡oÛ¡Â&#x;¡zĂ? (D) ¸t¡Ž€¡¡

41.

Which one of the following statements is correct ? (A) Syllabus is an annexure to the curriculum. (B) Curriculum is the same in all educational institutions. (C) Curriculum includes both formal, and informal education. (D) Curriculum does not include methods of evaluation.

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Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡oĂ›Â„ÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡ËoÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡¤¡§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?? (A) Â?¡¡{Ă?—o¯Û•¡ Â¸Â¤ÂˇÂœÂˇĂ‹Â“ÂˇÂ¤Âˇ  Â?¡¡{Ă?—t¡–¡¡¾ oÛ¡ Â?¡¸™Ă?¸ ¡£zĂ?§Ă?Ă?g (B) Â?¡¡{Ă?—t¡–¡¡¾ ¤¡”¡À  ¡Ă?¸c¡oĂ› Â¤ÂˇÂ´Â¤Â„ÂˇÂˇÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒ Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤¡•¡¡Ž¡™Ă?§Ă?€¡À§Ă?Ă?g (C) Â?¡¡{Ă?—t¡–¡¡¾ Â•ÂˇĂŒ h¡Ă?Â?¡t¡¡¸™Ă?oĂ›mÂ&#x;¡´ hŽ¡¡Ă?Â?¡t¡¡¸™Ă?oĂ› ¸ ¡c¡¡Â…Ă?ÂˇĂ‹ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ ÂˇÂˇÂ¸Â•ÂˇÂœÂˇ§Ă?¡Ë€¡À§Ă?Ă?g (D) Â?¡¡{Ă?—t¡–¡¡¾ Â•ÂˇĂŒ Â•ÂˇĂ‡ÂœÂ–ÂˇÂˇÂ´oێ¡ oĂ‹Ă› }´Ă?q¡ Â ÂˇÂˇÂ¸Â•ÂˇÂœÂˇ Ž¡§Ă?Ă §Ă?¡Ë€¡Ëg

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A successful teacher is one who is (A) Compassionate and disciplinarian (B) Quite and reactive (C) Tolerant and dominating (D) Passive and active

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43.

Action research means (A) A longitudinal research (B) An applied research (C) A research initiated to solve an immediate problem (D) A research with socioeconomic objective

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Research is (A) Searching again and again (B) Finding solution to any problem (C) Working in a scientific way to search for truth of any problem (D) None of the above

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A common test in research demands much priority on (A) Reliability (B) Useability (C) Objectivity (D) All of the above

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hŽ¡Ä¤¡´Â?¡¡Ž¡ hÂŽÂ&#x;¡Ë£¡~¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒmoĂ›¤¡¡•¡¡Ž–¡Â?¡™Ă?Ă€c¡~¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ Â?¡°¡„¡¸•¡oۀ¡¡Â…Ă?Ă€v¡¡€¡À§Ă?Ă? (A) ¸Â&#x;¡ Â&#x;¡¤¡Ž¡À–¡€¡¡oÛ¡Ë (B) Â?¡°–¡¡Ëq¡oÛ¡Ë (C) Â&#x;¡¤€¡Ä¸Ž¡£{Ă?€¡¡oÛ¡Ë (D) jÂ?¡–¡Ä¾n€¡¤¡”¡À

46.

Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process ? (A) Searching sources of information to locate problem. (B) Survey of related literature (C) Identification of problem (D) Searching for solutions to the problem

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Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡Ë ¡¡ËÂ?¡Â?¡°¸o¯Û–¡¡Â?¡°¡™Ă?•”¡oۙĂ?Ž¡ËoÛ¡ Â?¡°„¡•¡t¡™Ă?~¡oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡§Ă?Ă?? (A) ¤¡•¡¤–¡¡ oÛ¡ ¸Ž¡Â?¡¡¾™Ă?~¡ oۙĂ?Ž¡Ë oĂ‹Ă› Â¸ÂœÂˇm ¤¡Çt¡Ž¡¡oĂ‹Ă›ÂĽÂˇÂˇĂ‹Â€ÂˇÂˇĂŒoÛÀp¡¡Ëv¡ (B) ¤¡•“¡ŸŽÂ?¡€¡¤¡¡¸§Ă?€–¡oÛ¡¤¡Â&#x;¡Ă?c¡~¡ (C) ¤¡•¡¤–¡¡oÛÀÂ?¡§Ă?t¡¡Ž¡ (D) ¤¡•¡¤–¡¡oÛ¡¤¡•¡¡Â?¡¡Ž¡}DzĂ?}Ă?ŽŽ¡¡

47.

If a researcher conducts a research on finding out which administrative style contributes more to institutional effectiveness ? This will be an example of (A) Basic Research (B) Action Research (C) Applied Research (D) None of the above

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–¡¸…Ă?oÛ¡ËiÂľ ¡¡ËÂ?¡oۀ¡¡¾i¤¡h¡ ¡–¡¤¡Ë ¡¡ËÂ?¡oۙĂ?€¡¡§Ă?Ă? ¸oĂ›oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡Â?¡°“¡ŽÂ?¡oÛÀ–¡}´Ă?q¡v–¡¡…Ă?¡¤¡´q¡{Ă?Ž¡¡€•¡oĂ› Â?¡°”¡¡Â&#x;ÂˇÂ ÂˇÂˇÂœÂˇĂ€ §Ă?¡Ëq¡¡ €¡“¡ –¡§Ă? ¸oÛ¤¡  ¡¡ËÂ?¡ oÛ¡ jÂ…Ă?¡§Ă?™Ă?~¡§Ă?¡Ëq¡¡" (A) h¡Â?¡¡™Ă?”¡Ç€¡ ¡¡ËÂ?¡ (B) ¸o¯Û–¡¡¸Ž¡£{Ă? ¡¡ËÂ?¡ (C) Â&#x;–¡¡Â&#x;¡§Ă?¡¸™Ă?oĂ› ¡¡ËÂ?¡ (D) jÂ?¡™Ă?¡Ën€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡ËoÛ¡ËiÂľŽ¡§Ă?Ă

48.

Normal Probability Curve should be (A) Positively skewed (B) Negatively skewed (C) Leptokurtic skewed (D) Zero skewed

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¤¡¡•¡¡Ž–¡ ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂ“Â•ÂˇÂľÂœÂˇ Â?¡°¡¸–¡oĂ›Â&#x;¡oÂŻĂ›™ËĂ?p¡¡oۡ˧Ă?¡ËŽ¡¡t¡¡¸§Ă?m (A) ¤¡oÛ¡™Ă?¡€•¡oĂ››Ă&#x;Â?¡¤¡Ë¸Â&#x;¡£¡•¡ (B) Ž¡oÛ¡™Ă?¡€•¡oĂ››Ă&#x;Â?¡¤¡Ë¸Â&#x;¡£¡•¡ (C) €¡Ä´q¡oĂ›oÄۅĂ?Ă€¸Â&#x;¡£¡•¡ (D)  ¡ÇŽ–¡¸Â&#x;¡£¡•¡

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49.

In communication, a major barrier to reception of messages is (A) audience attitude (B) audience knowledge (C) audience education (D) audience income

49.

Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ ¤¡Ë ¤¡´t¡¡™Ă? oĂ‹Ă›hŽ€¡q¡¾€¡oÛ¡Ă?Ž¡¤¡¡ ¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡q¡°§Ă?~¡oۙĂ?Ž¡ËÂ•ÂˇĂŒÂ?¡°•¡Äp¡hÂ&#x;¡™Ă?¡ËÂ?¡oĂ›§Ă?Ă?" (A) ¢¡¡Ë€¡¡hÂˇĂŒoÛ¡†Ă?Ÿ£zĂ?oÛ¡Ë~¡ (B) ¢¡¡Ë€¡¡hÂˇĂŒoÛ¡w¡¡Ž¡ (C) ¢¡¡Ë€¡¡hÂˇĂŒoÛÀ¸ ¡c¡¡ (D) ¢¡¡Ë€¡¡hÂˇĂŒoÛÀh¡–¡

50.

Post-modernism is associated with (A) newspapers (B) magazines (C) radio (D) television

50.

jÂƒÂˇÂ™Ă?h¡Â?¡Ä¸Ž¡oۀ¡¡Â&#x;¡¡…Ă?¤¡•“¡ŸŽÂ?¡€¡§Ă?Ă? (A) ¤¡•¡¡t¡¡™Ă?Â?¡‚¡¤¡Ë (B) Â?¡¸‚¡oÛ¡hÂˇĂŒ •¡Ă?qv¡ÀŽv¡­ ¤¡Ë (C) ™ËĂ?¸|Ă?–¡¡Ë¤¡Ë (D) zĂ‹Ă?ÂœÂˇĂ€Â¸Â&#x;¡v¡­Ž¡¤¡Ë

51.

Didactic communication is (A) intra-personal (B) inter-personal (C) organisational (D) relational

51.

jÂ?¡…ËĂ? ¡¡€•¡oĂ›¤¡´t¡¡™Ă?§Ă?Ă? (A) hŽ€¡Â&#x;¡Ă?–¡Ÿn€¡oĂ› (B) hŽ€¡™Ă?Â&#x;¡Ă?–¡Ÿn€¡oĂ› (C) ¤¡´q¡{Ă?Ž¡¡€•¡oĂ› (D) ¤¡•“¡ŽÂ?¡¤¡Çt¡oĂ›

52.

In communication, the language is (A) the non-verbal code (B) the verbal code (C) the symbolic code (D) the iconic code

52.

¤¡´t¡¡™Ă?Â•ÂˇĂŒ”¡¡£¡¡§Ă?Ă? (A) h•¡¡Ă?¸p¡oĂ›oÇÛzĂ? (B) •¡¡Ă?¸p¡oĂ›oÇÛzĂ? (C) Â?¡°€¡ÀoÛ¡€•¡oĂ›oÇÛzĂ? (D) ¸t¡‚¡¡€•¡oĂ›oÇÛzĂ?

53.

Identify the correct sequence of the following : (A) Source, channel, message, receiver (B) Source, receiver, channel, message (C) Source, message, receiver, channel (D) Source, message, channel, receiver

53.

Â¸ÂŽÂˇÂ•ÂŽÂˇÂ¸ÂœÂˇÂ¸p¡€¡Â•ÂˇĂŒ¤¡Ë¤¡§Ă?Ă€o¯Û•¡oÛÀÂ?¡§Ă?t¡¡Ž¡oÛÀ¸v¡m (A) ¼¡¡Ë€¡•¡¡Â?–¡•¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡q¡°¡§Ă?Ă€ (B) ¼¡¡Ë€¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡q¡°¡§Ă?Ă€•¡¡Â?–¡•¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡ (C) ¼¡¡Ë€¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡q¡°¡§Ă?Ă€•¡¡Â?–¡•¡ (D) ¼¡¡Ë€¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡•¡¡Â?–¡•¡¤¡´…ËĂ? ¡q¡°¡§Ă?Ă€

54.

Assertion (A) : Mass media promote a culture of violence in the society. Reason (R) : Because violence sells in the market as people themselves are violent in character. (A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A). (B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A). (C) (A) is true, but (R) is false. (D) Both (A) and (R) are false.

54.

h¸”¡oۄ¡Ž¡ (A) : ¤¡´t¡¡™Ă?•¡¡Â?–¡•¡ ¤¡•¡¡v¡ Â•ÂˇĂŒ š§Ă?¤¡¡oÛÀ¤¡´¤oÊÛ¸€¡oÛ¡ËÂ?¡°¡Ë€¤¡¡¸§Ă?€¡oۙĂ?€¡Ë§Ă?Ă?g €¡o¾Û (R) : nÂ–ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ¸oĂ›“¡¡v¡¡™Ă? Â•ÂˇĂŒ š§Ă?¤¡¡oÛÀ ¸“¡o¯ÛÀ§Ă?Ă?nÂ–ÂˇÂˇĂŒÂ¸oĂ›ÂœÂˇÂˇĂ‹q¡¤Â&#x;¡–¡´š§Ă?¤¡¡Â&#x;ÂˇĂŠÂ¸ÂƒÂˇoĂ‹Ă› §Ă?Ă?g (A) (A) h¡Ă?™Ă? (R) Â…Ă?ÂˇĂ‹ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒ ¤¡§Ă?Ă€ §Ă?Ă? h¡Ă?™Ă? (A) oÛ¡ (R) ¤¡§Ă?Ă€¤Â?¡£zĂ?Ă€oۙĂ?~¡§Ă?Ă?g (B) (A) h¡Ă?™Ă? (R) Â…Ă?ÂˇĂ‹ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒ ¤¡§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?Â?¡™Ă?Ž€¡Ä (A) oÛ¡(R) ¤¡§Ă?Ă€¤Â?¡£zĂ?Ă€oۙĂ?~¡Ž¡§Ă?Ă §Ă?Ă?g (C) (A) ¤¡§Ă?Ă€§Ă?Ă?Â?¡™Ă?Ž€¡Ä (R) qÂˇÂœÂˇÂ€Âˇ§Ă?Ă?g (D) (A) h¡Ă?™Ă? (R) Â…Ă?ÂˇĂ‹ÂŽÂˇÂˇĂŒqÂˇÂœÂˇÂ€Âˇ§Ă?Ă?g

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moÛŸ·q·µoÛÀœ·•“··iµ•·ÌoÛÀq·œ·€·À§ÏÝ€··Ëj¤· Ÿ·q·µ oËÛ c·Ë‚·’Ûœ· •·Ì q·œ·€·À oÛÀ ·°¸€· ·€·€·· n–·· §Ý·Ëq·À"

When an error of 1% is made in the length of a square, the percentage error in the area of a square will be (A) 0 (B) 1/2 (C) 1 (D) 2

55.

On January 12, 1980, it was a Saturday. The day of the week on January 12, 1979 was (A) Thursday (B) Friday (C) Saturday (D) Sunday

56.

57.

If water is called food, food is called tree, tree is called earth, earth is called world, which of the following grows a fruit ? (A) Water (B) Tree (C) World (D) Earth

57.

–·¸…Ý v·œ·p··‹·ŽŽ·§ÏÝp··‹·ŽŽ·Ÿ·Êc·§ÏÝŸ·Êc·oÛ·Ë –·¸…Ý ·™Ý€·À ·™Ý€·À oÛ·Ë ¤·´¤··™Ý€··Ë ’Ûœ·iŽ·•·Ì ¤·Ë ¸oÛ¤·•·ÌËœ·q·Ìq·Ë? (A) v·œ· (B) Ÿ·Êc· (C) ¤·´¤··™Ý (D) ·™Ý€·À

58.

E is the son of A, D is the son of B, E is married to C, C is the daughter of B. How is D related to E ? (A) Brother (B) Uncle (C) Father-in-law (D) Brother-in-law

58.

E ·Ä‚·§ÏÝ A oÛ·D·Ä‚·§ÏÝ%oÛ·(¸Ÿ·Ÿ··¸§Ý€·§ÏÝ

If INSURANCE is coded as ECNARUSNI, how HINDRANCE will be coded ? (A) CADNIHWCE (B) HANODEINR (C) AENIRHDCN (D) ECNARDNIH

59.

Find the next number in following series : 2, 5, 10, 17, 26, 37, 50, ? (A) 63 (B) 65 (C) 67 (D) 69

60.

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56.

59.

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(C)

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12 v·Ž·Ÿ·™ÝÀ, 1980 oÛ·Ë ·¸Ž·Ÿ··™Ý„··gv·Ž·Ÿ·™ÝÀ

oÛ·Ëo۷ώ·¤··¸…ÝŽ·„··" (A) q·ÄšÞŸ··™Ý (B) ·Äo¯ÛŸ··™Ý (C)  ·¸Ž·Ÿ··™Ý (D) ™Ý¸Ÿ·Ÿ··™Ý

&¤·Ë h·Ï™Ý &·Ä‚·À§ÏÝ %oÛÀg'oÛ·(¤·Ë n–·· ¸™Ý €··§ÏÝ" (A) ”·°·€·· (B) t··t·· (C) ¤·¤·Ä™Ý (D) ¤··œ·· –·¸…Ý i´ –··Ë™Ìݤ· (INSURANCE) oÛ· oÇÛzÝ mnŽ··›ß¤·Ž·À (ECNARUSNI) §ÏÝ€··Ë ¹§Ý|ݙÌݤ· (HINDRANCE) oÛ·oÇÛzÝn–··§Ý·Ëq·· ? (A) (B) (C) (D)

the

CADNIHWCE HANODEINR AENIRHDCN ECNARDNIH

2, 5, 10, 17, 26, 37, 50

oÛÀ ¡·Ê´p·œ·· •·Ì

hq·œ·À¤·´p–··n–··§Ý·Ëq·À"

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(A) 63

(B)

(C)

(D) 69

67

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