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1- v/;kid dks fe=] nk’kZfud ,oa ekxZn’kZd* dh vfHkO;fDr ls xkSjokfUor fd;k x;k gS] bldk dkj.k gS%
(A) mls lekt esa egRoiw.kZ Hkwfedk vnk djrk gSA (B) og Nk=ksa dks ekuork ds egku ewY;ksa dks gLrkarfjr djrk gS%
(C) og egku lekt lq/kkjd gksrk gSA (D) og egku ns’kHkDr gksrk gSA
2- v/;kid dh vlQyrk dk lcls cM+k dkj.k%
(A) vUroSZ;fDrd laca/k (B) fo"k; ds Åij i;kZIr fu;a=.k u gksuk
(C) Hkkf"kd n{krk (D) Nk=ksa ds çfr dBksjrk dk O;ogkj
3- v/;kid vius Nk=ksa ds lkFk fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds }kjk lkeatL; LFkkfir dj ldrk gS\
(A) fo"k;k dk çkf/kd`r fo}ku (B) vius Kku ,oa dkS’ky ls Nk=ksa dks çHkkfor djds
(C) ekxZn’kZd dh Hkwfedk vnk djds (D) Nk=ksa dk fe= cudj
4- f’k{kk fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldk ,d 'kfDr’kkyh lk/ku gS\
(A) lkekftd :ikarj.k dk (B) O;fDrxr :ikarj.k dk
(C) lkaLd`frd :ikarj.k dk (D) mi;qZDr lHkh dk
5- fo|kFkhZ dh vf/kdre vkReksiyfC/k esa v/;kid dk ;ksxnku fuEufyf[kr esa fdlds }kjk gksrk gS\
(A) Nk=ksa dh vko’;drk dh vuojr iwfrZ }kjk
(B) d{kk esa Nk= ds fØ;k&dykiksa ij dBksj fu;a=.k }kjk
(C) Nk=ksa dh vko’;drkvksa] y{;ksa ,oa mn~ns’;ksa ds çfr laosnu’khyrk }kjk
(D) 'kSf{kd Lrj dk dBksjrk ls fØ;kUo;u
6- vuqla/kku dh leL;k dk pquko fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl n`f"Vdks.k ls gksrk gS\
(A) 'kks/kkFkhZ dh :fp (B) vkfFkZd lgk;rk (C) lkekftd çklafxdrk (D) lacaf/kr lkfgR; dh miyC/krk
7- fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu vlEHkkO;rk çfrp;u dgykrk gS\
(A) lewg çfrp;u (B) dksVk çfrp;u (C) O;ofLFkr çfrp;u (D) Lrjhd`r ;kn`fPNd çfrp;u
8- çkDdYiuk dk fu:i.k fuEufyf[kr esa visf{kr ugha gS%
(A) losZ{k.k i)fr (B) ,sfrgkfld v/;;u (C) çk;ksfxd v/;;u (D) vkn’kkZRed v/;;u
9- {ks= dk;Z vk/k`r dks fuEufyf[kr oxZ esa j[kk tkrk gS%
(A) bfUnz;kuqHkoijd 'kks/k (B) ,sfrgkfld 'kks/k (C) ç;ksxkRed 'kks/k (D) vkRedFkkRed 'kks/k
10- Hkkjr esa iq:"k ,oa efgykvksa esa O;kIr ,M~l ds 1976] 1986] 1996 rFkk 2006 esa fd, x, v/;;u esa fuEufyf[kr esa ls
dkSu&lh çfrp;u i)fr mi;qDr gS\
(A) DyLVj çfrp;u (B) O;ofLFkr çfrp;u (C) dksVk çfrp;u (D) Lrjhd`r ;kn`fPNd çfrp;u
fuEufyf[kr vorj.k dks if<+, rFkk 11 ls 15 rd ds ç’uksa ds mrj nhft,%
ewy fl)kar ;g gS fd /kkjk 14 oxZ vk/k`r fof/k fuekZ.k dks oftZr djrh gS] fdUrq fof/k fuekZ.k ds mn~ns’; ls] rdZlaxr
oxhZdj.k dh vuqefr nsrh gS] tks mu O;fDr;ksa vkSj oLrqvksa ds chp Hksn djrh gS] ftUgsa ,d oxZ esa j[kk x;k gS] tks mlds
foijhr gSa vkSj bu oxksZ ds chp dk Hksn dk ,d rdZlaxr vfHkca/k gksuk pkfg,] ftl dkuwu dks cukdj ;g mn~ns’; iwjk
gksrk gSA /kkjk 14 dk cy bl ckr ij gS] fd dkuwu ds le{k çR;sd ukxfjd lekurk ,oa dkuwuh laj{k.k dk gdnkj gSA
uSlfxZd :i ls lekt esa vlekurk gS ,d dY;k.kdkjh jkT; dks fo/kk;h ,oa dk;Zdkjh :i ls lekt ds de HkkX;’kkyh
oxZ ds yksxksa dh n’kk lq/kkjus ds fy, ç;Ru djuk gksxk rkfd lekt esa lkekftd ,oa vkfFkZd vlekurk dh [kkbZ ikjh
tk ldsA blls mu ukxfjdksa dh n’kk lq/kkjus ds fy, fof/k fuekZ.k dh vko’;drk gksxh] tks bl ldkjkRed dkjZokbZ dk
mn~ns’; gSA oxhZdj.k ds fl)kar ds vHkko esa] bl çdkj ds fo/kku dk /kkjk 14 esa of.kZr lekurk ds fl)kar dk HkVd
tkuk laHko gSA ;FkkFkZ :i ls lkekftd ,oa vkfFkZd vlekurkvksa dks le>rs gq, lafo/kku ds Hkkx IV esa of.kZr ftu
fn’kk&funsZ’kksa dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, jkT;ksa ds fy, tks dkjZokbZ vfuok;Z gS] U;k;ky; us mlds fy, oxhZdj.k ds fl)kar
fodflr fd, gSaA ;g fl)kar lekt ds detksj rFkk nwljs t:jrean rcdksa ds fy, dkuwu cukus rFkk ldkjkRed
dkjZokbZ dks lqn`<+ djus ds fy, fodflr fd;k x;k FkkA bl çdkj dh fo/kk;h rFkk dk;Zikfydk dh dkjZokbZ dks rHkh iq"V
fd;k tk ldrk gS] ;fn og rdZlaxr oxhZdj.k rFkk mn~ns’; çkfIr ds chp ds lg&laca/k ds ;qxy fl)karksa ds ijh{k.k ij
[kjk mrjrk gksA
dkuwu ds le{k lekurk dh ladYiuk@vo/kkj.kk esa] euq";ksa ds chp laiw.kZ :i ls lekurk 'kkfey ugha gSa tks HkkSfrd
:i ls vlaHko gSA /kkjk 14 esa ftl ckr dh xkjaVh nh xbZ gS og gS fof’k"V dk Hksnu djds lcds lkFk leku O;ogkj
dkuwu ds le{k lekurk dk vFkZ gSA leku fu;e ds leku :i ls ykxw gksuk pkfg,A dkuwu ds le{k lekurk dk vFkZ
;g ugha gS tks phtsa fHkUu gS os Hkh leku gSaA okLro esa bldk vFkZ gS] tUe] tkfr vkSj vU; fdlh vk/kkj ij fo’ks"kkf/kdkjksa

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1. The teacher has been glorified by the phrase “Friend, philosopher and guide” because:
(A) He has to play all vital roles in the context of society.
(B) He transmits the high value of humanity to students.
(C) He is the great reformer of the society.
(D) He is a great patriot.
2. The most important cause of failure for teacher lies in the area of:
(A) inter personal relationship (B) lack of command over the knowledge of the subject
(C) verbal ability (D) strict handling of the students
3. A teacher can established rapport with his students by:
(A) becoming a figure of authority (B) impressing students with knowledge and skill
(C) playing the role of a guide (D) becoming a friend to the students
4. Education is a powerful instrument of:
(A) Social transformation (B) Personal transformation
(C) Cultural transformation (D) All the above
5. A teacher’s major contribution towards the maximum self-realization of the student is affected through:
(A) Constant fulfillment of the students’ needs
(B) Strict control of class-room activities
(C) Sensitivity to students’ needs, goals and purposes
(D) Strict reinforcement of academic standards
6. Research problem is selected from the stand point of:
(A) Researcher’s interest (B) Financial support
(C) Social relevance (D) Availability of relevant literature
7. Which one is called non-probability samepling?
(A) Cluster sampling (B) Quota sampling
(C) Systematic sampling (D) Stratified random sampling
8. Formulation of hypothesis may NOT be required in:
(A) Survey method (B) Historical studies
(C) Experimental studies (D) Normative studies
9. Field-work based research is classified as:
(A) Empirical (B) Historical (C) Experiimental (D) Biographical
10. Which of the following method is appropriate to study the prevalence of AIDS amongst male and female in
India in 1976, 1986, 1996 and 2006?
(A) Cluster sampling (B) Systematic sampling (C) Quota sampling (D) Stratified random sampling
Read the following passage and answer the questions 11 to 15:
The fundamental principle is that Article 14 forbids class legislaltion but permits reasonable classification
for the purpose of legislation which classification must satisfy the twin tests of classification being founded
on an intelligible differentia which distinguishes persons or things that are grouped together from those that
are left out of the group and that differentia must have a rational nexus to the object sought to be achieved
by the Statute in question. The thrust of Article 14 is that the citizen is entitled to equality before law and
equal protection of laws. In the very nature of things the society being composed of unequals a welfare
State will have to strive by both executive and legislative action to help the less fortunate in society to
ameliorate their condition so that the social and economic inequality in the society may be bridget. This
would necessitate a legislative application to a group of citizens otherwise unequal and amelioration of
whose lot is the object of state affirmative action. In the absence of the doctrine of classification such
legislation is likely to flounder on the bed rock of equality enshrined in Article 14. The Court realistically
approaisiing the social and economic inequality and keeping in view the guidelines on which the State
action must move as constitutionally laid down in Part IV of the Constitution evolved the doctrine of
classification. The doctrine was evolved to sustain a legislation or State action designed to help weaker
sections of the society or some such segments of the society in need of succour. Legislative and executive
action may accordingly be sustained if it satisfies the twin tests of reasonalble classification and the rational

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principle correlated to the object sought to be achieved. The concept of equality before the law does not dk
fu"ks/kA fo/kkf;dk rFkk 'kkld ljdkj dks] ekuo laca/kksa ls mRiUu dbZ çdkj dh leL;kvksa dk lek/kku djrs le;] fo’ks"k
fu;e cukus dk vf/kdkj gksuk pkfg, rkfd og fdlh fo’ks"k mn~ns’; dks çkIr dj lds rFkk mldh çkfIr ds fy, mls
O;fDr;ksa o oLrqvksa dks oxhZd`r dj lds] ftu ij ,sls fu;e ykxw gksus gSaA
11- lafo/kku esa çfrKkfir ekSfyd vf/kdkjksa esa lekurk dk vf/kdkj fdlds varxZr vkrk gS\
(A) /kkjk 12 dk Hkkx III (B) /kkjk 13 dk Hkkx III (C) /kkjk 14 dk Hkkx III (D) /kkjk 15 dk Hkkx IIII
12- lekurk ds vf/kdkj dk eq[; tksj ;g gS fd] og vuqefr nsrk gS%
(A) oxZ fo/kk;u dks
(B) dkuwwu ds le{k lekurk vkSj leku dkuwuh laj{k.k dks
(C) laiw.kZ lekurk dks
(D) tUe ds vk/kkj iij fo’ks"kkf/kdkj dks
13- lekt esa lkekftd ,oa vkfFkZd vlekurk dks nwj fd;k tk ldrk gS%
(A) dk;Zikfydk vkSj fo/kk;h dkjZokbZ }kjk
(B) lkoZHkkSfed erkf/kdkj }kjk
(C) leku O;ogkj }kjk
(D) mi;qZDr esa dksbZ ugha
14- oxhZdj.k dk fl)kar fuEufyf[kr mn~ns’; ls fodflr fd;k x;k gS%
(A) lekt ds detksj oxksZ dh lgk;rk ds fy, (B) iw.kZ lekurk ds fy,
(C) leku O;ogkj ds fy, (D) mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
15- vusd çdkj ds ekuo laca/kksa ls tqM+h leL;kvksa dk lek/kku djrs le; ljdkj dks%
(A) dbZ çdkj ds n`f"Vdks.k j[kus dk vf/kdkj gksuk pkfg,A
(B) dbZ çdkj ds n`f"Vdks.k j[kus dk vf/kdkj ugha gksuk pkfg,A
(C) leku vf/kdkjk okil ysus dk vf/kdkj gksuk pkfg,A
(D) mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha
16- vkRe&lEçs"k.k dks dgrs gS%
(A) oxZ lEçs"k.k
(B) vQokg lEçs"k.k
(C) vUroSZ;fDrd lEçs"k.k
(D) vUr% oS;fDrd lEçs"k.k
17- Hkkjr esa dkSu&lh çlkj.k ç.kkyh dk vuqlj.k gksrk gS\
(A) NTSE (B) PAL (C) SECAM (D) NTCS
18- 1936 ls igys vkWy bafM;k jsfM;ks dks ----------- dgrs FksA
(A) bafM;u jsfM;ks czkWMdkfLVax
(B) czkWMdkfLVax lfoZl vkWQ bafM;k
(C) bafM;u czkWMdkfLVax lfoZl
(D) vkWy bafM;k czkWMdkfLVax lfoZl
19- Hkkjr dk lcls cM+k lekpkj vfHkdj.k gS%
(A) ihVhvkbZ (B) ;w,uvkbZ (C) ,u,,u,ih (D) lekpkj Hkkjrh
20- çlkj Hkkjrh dk xBu fuEufyf[kr o"kZ esa fd;k x;k Fkk%
(A) 1995 (B) 1997 (C) 1999 (D) 2001
21- laiw.kZ tula[;k ij vk/kkfjr lkaf[;dh eki dks çkpy dgrs gSaA çfrpyu ij vk/kkfjr eki dks D;k dgrs gSa\
(A) çfrp;u çkpy (B) vuqfefr (C) lkaf[;dh (D) mi;qZDr esa dksbZ ugha
22- lg&laca/k xq.kkad dk egRo blesa gS fd%
(A) lg&lEcU/kd ifjofrZ;ksa ds chp ,d js[kh; laca/k gSA
(B) ;g lkaf[;dh dk lokZf/kd oS/k eki gSA
(C) ;g nks ifjorhZ ds chp ds lalxz dh ek=k ;k 'kfDr ds fu/kkZj.k dh vuqefr nsrk gSA
(D) ;g lkaf[;dh fo’ys"k.k dh vçkpfyd fof/k gSA

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whose lot is the object of state affirmative action. In the absence of the doctrine of classification such
legislation is likely to flounder on the bed rock of equality enshrined in Article 14. The Court realistically
approaisiing the social and economic inequality and keeping in view the guidelines on which the State
action must move as constitutionally laid down in Part IV of the Constitution evolved the doctrine of
classification. The doctrine was evolved to sustain a legislation or State action designed to help weaker
sections of the society or some such segments of the society in need of succour. Legislative and executive
action may accordingly be sustained if it satisfies the twin tests of reasonalble classification and the rational
principle correlated to the object sought to be achieved. The concept of equality before the law does not
involve the idea of absolute equality among human beings which is a physical impossiibiility. All that
Artiicle 14 guarantees is a similarity of treatment contradistinguished from identical treatment. Equality
before law means that among equals the law should be equal and should be equally administered and that
the likes should be treated alike. Equality before the law does not mean that things which are different shall
be as though they are the same. It ofcourse means denial of any special privilege by reason of birth, creed or
the lke. the legislation as well as the executive government, while dealing with diverse problems arising out
of an infinite variety of human relations must of necessity have the power of making special laws, to attain
any particular object and to achieve that object it must have the power of selection or classification of
persons and things upon which such laws are to operate.
11. Right to equality, one of the fundamental rights, is enunciated in the constitution under Part III, Article:
(A) 12 (B) 13 (C) 14 (D) 15
12. The main thrust of Right to equality is that it permits:
(A) class legislation (B) equality before law and equal protection under the law
(C) absolute equality (D) special privilege by reason of birth
13. The social and economic inequality in the society can be bridged by:
(A) executive and legislative action (B) universal suffrage
(C) identical treatment (D) none of the above
14. The doctrine of classification is evolved to:
(A) Help weaker sections of the society (B) Provide absolute equality
(C) Provide identical treatment (D) None of the above
15. While dealing with dverse problems arising out of an infinite variety of human relations, the government:
(A) must have the power of making special laws (B) must not have any power to make special laws
(C) must have power to withdraw equal rights (D) none of the above
16. Communication with oneself is known as
(A) Group communication (B) Grapevine communication
(C) Interpersonal communication (D) Intrapersonal communication
17. Which broadcasting system for TV is followed in India?
(A) NTSE (B) PAL (C) SECAM (D) NTCS
18. All India Radio before 1936 was known as:
(A) Indian Radio Broadcasting (B) Broadcasting Service of India
(C) Indian Broadcasting Service (D) All India Broadcasting Service
19. The biggest news agency of India is:
(A) PTI (B) UNI (C) NANAP (D) Samachar Bharati
20. Prasar Bharati was launched in the year:
(A) 1995 (B) 1997 (C) 1999 (D) 2001
21. A statistical measure based upon the entire population is called parameter while measure based upon a
smaple is known as:
(A) Sample parameter (B) Inference (C) Statistics (D) None of these
22. The importance of the correlation co-efficient lies in the fact that:
(A) There is a linear relationship between the correlated variables.
(B) It is one of the most valid measure of statistics.
(C) It allows one to determine the degree or strength of the association between two variables.

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(D) Iti is a non-parametric method of statistical analysis.


23- ,Q VsLV%
(A) vfuok;Z :i ls f}iqPN ijh{k.k gSA (B) vfuok;Z :i ls ,d iqPN ijh{k.k gSA
(C) çkDdyu ds vuqlkj ,d iqPN ;k f}iqPN ijh{k.k gks ldrk gSA (D) ,d iqPN ijh{k.k dHkh ugha gks ldrkA
24- fuEufyf[kr lhjht esa vkxs dkSu&lk v{kj vk,xk\ DCXW, FGVU, HGTS,…………
(A) AKPO (B) JBYZ (C) JIRQ (D) LMRS
25- fuEufyf[kr ç’u fn, x, fp= ij vk/kkfjr gSA vxj nks NksVs xksys vkSiipkfjd d{kk ds dejjs rFkk nwjLFk f’k{kk ds dejs
dks n’kkZrs gSa vkSj cM+k xksyk fo’ofo|ky;h f’k{kk ç.kkyh dks n’kkZrk gS rks uhps fn, x, fp=ksa esa fo’ofo|ky;h f’k{kk dks
dkSu&lk fp= n’kkZrk gS\
(A) (B) ]

(C) ] (D) ]

26- *vfgald gksuk vPNk gS* fdl rjg dk fu.kZ; gS\


(A) uSfrd fu.kZ; gS (B) ;FkkrF; fu.kZ; gS (C) /kkfeZd fu.kZ; gS (D) ewY;ijd fu.kZ; gS
27- dFku (A): euq"; rdZ’khy çk.kh gSA
dkj.k (R): euq"; lkekftd çk.kh gSA
(A) (A) rFkk (R) nksuksa lgh gSa vkSj (R), (A) dh lgh O;k[;k gSA
(B) (A) rFkk (R) nksuksa lgh gSa ysfdu (R), (A) lh O;k[;k ugha gSA
(C) (A) lgh gS ysfdu (R) xyr gSA
(D) (A) xyr gS ysfdu (R) lgh gSA
28- ewY;ijd fu.kZ; gS%
(A) rF;kRed fu.kZ; (B) lkekU; fu.kZ; (C) vkn’kZijd fu.kZ; (D) tuer dh vfHkO;fDr
29- fuxeukRed rdZ mRiUu gksrk gS%
(A) lkekU; ls fo’ks"k dh vksj (B) fo’ks"k ls lkekU; dh vksj
(C) ,d lkekU; fu"d"kZ ls nwljs lkekU; fu"d"kZ dh vksj (D) ,d fo’ks"k fu"d"kZ ls nwljs fu"d"kZ dh vksj
30- AGARTALA dks dksM esa 14168171 fy[kk x;k gS rks AGRA dk dksM gksxk%
(A) 1641 (B) 1416 (C) 1441 (D) 1461
31- fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk L=ksr tula[;k vkadM+s dk lokZf/kd loZlekos’kh L=ksr gS\
(A) jk"Vªh; ikfjokfjd LokLF; losZ{k.k (B) jk"Vªh; uewuk los{Z k.k
(C) tux.kuk (D) tulkaf[;dh losZ{k.k
32- çfrp;u esa uhps fy[ks esa ls dkSu&lk fl)kar ykxw ugha gksrk\
(A) çfrp;u dh bdkb;ksa dks Li"V :i ls O;k[;kf;r fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
(B) çfrp;u dh bdkb;ka ,d&nwljs ij fuHkZj gksuh pkfg,A
(C) laiw.kZ v/;;u ds nkSjku çfrp;u dh ,d gh bdkb;ksa dk mi;ksx fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
(D) çfrp;u dh bdkb;ksa dks O;oLFkkiwoZd rFkk oLrqijd <ax ls pquk tkuk pkfg,A
33- vxj tuojh k1] 2007 lkseokj gS] rks 1995 dh tuojh 1 dks dkSu&lk ckj gksxk\
(A) jfookj (B) lkseokj (C) 'kqØokj (D) 'kfuokj
34- chp esa ls yqIr vad dks Hkfj,% 4 16 8 64 \ 256
(A) 16 (B) 24 (C) 32 (D) 20

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23. The F-test:


(A) is essentially a two tailed test.
(B) is essentially a one tailed test.
(C) can be one tailed as well as two tailed depending on the hypothesis.
(D) can never be a one tailed test.
24. What will be the next letter in the following series? DCXW, FGVU, HGTS,……………
(A) AKPO (B) JBYZ (C) JIRQ (D) LMRS
25. The following question is based on the diagram given below. If the two small circles represent formal class-
room education and distance education and the big circle stands for university system of education, which
figure represents the university systems.
(A) (B)

(C) (D)

26. The statement, “To be non-violent is good’ is a:


(A) Moral judgement (B) Factual judgement
(C) Religious judgement (D) Value udgement
27. Assertion (A): Man is a rational being.
Reason (R): Man is a social being.
(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) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
28. Value Judgement are:
(A) Factual Judgements (B) Ordinary Judgements
(C) Normative Judgements (D) Expression of public opinion
29. Deductive reasoning proceeds from:
(A) general to particular
(B) particular to general
(C) one general conclusion to another general conclusion
(D) one particular conclusion to another particular conclusion
30. AGARTALA is written in code as 14168171, the code for AGRA is:
(A) 1641 (B) 1416 (C) 1441 (D) 1461
31. Which one of the following is the most comprehensive source of population data?
(A) Natinal Family Health Surveys (B) National Sample Surveys
(C) Census (D) Demographic Health Surveys
32. Which one of the following principles is not applicable to sampling?
(A) Sample units must be clearly defined.
(B) Samplel units must be dependent on each other.
(C) Same units of sample should be used throughout the study.
(D) Sample units must be chosen in a systematic and objective manner.
33. If January 1st, 2007 is Monday, what was the day on 1st January, 1995?
(A) Sunday (B) Monday (C) Friday (D) Saturday
34. Insert the missing number in the following series: 4 16 8 64 ? 256

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(A) 222-50 :- (B) 267 :- (C) 222 :- (D) 220 :-
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(A) gc (B) fLop (C) xsVos (D) fczt
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(A) vkWisjk feuh (B) LdkbZi (D) dksdk Vkd (C) xwxy Vkd
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(A) Msflcy (B) gkV~Zt (C) Qksu (D) okV~t@eh2
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(A) 1958 (B) 1976 (C) 1989 (D) 2000
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35. If an article is sold for Rs. 178 at a loss of 11%; what would be its selling price in order to earn a profit of
11%?
(A) Rs. 222.50 (B) Rs. 267 (C) Rs. 222 (D) Rs. 220
36. Networking Device that links two networks using different protocols is
(A) Hub (B) Switch (C) Gateway (D) Bridge
37. I Trillion data is equal to-
(A) I Petabytes (B) I Megabytes (C) I Gigabytes (D) I Terabytes
38. Which one is not an instant mesoging application/
(A) Opera Mini (B) Skype (C) Google talk (D) Kokatalk
39. CMOS stands for-
(A) Computer Manufacturing Operating system
(B) Complimentry metal oxide semiconductor
(C) Computer Managing operating system
(D) None of above
40. The data storage hierarchy consists of:
(A) Bits, bytes, fields, records, files and databases (B) Bits, bytes, records, fields, files and databases
(C) Bits, bytes, fields, files records and databases (D) Bytes, bits, fields, records, files and databases
41. Human ear is most sensitive to noise in which of the following ranges:
(A) 1-2 Khz (B) 100-500 Hz (C) 10-12 KHz (D) 2-5 KHz
42. Which one of the following units is used to measure intensity of noise?
(A) decibel (B) Hz (C) Phon (D) Watts/m2
43. If the population growth follows a logistic curve, the maximum sustainable yield:
(A) is equal to half the carrying capacity.
(B) is equal to the carrying capacity.
(C) depends on growth rates.
(D) depends on the initial population.
44. Chemical weathering of rocks is largely dependent upon:
(A) high temperature (B) strong wind action (C) heavy rainfall (D) glaciation
45. Structure of earthy’s system consists of the following:
Match List-I with List-II and give the correct answer.
List-I (Zone)
a. Atmosphere b. Biosphere c. Hydrosphere d. Lithosphere
i. Inert gases ii. Salt, fresh water, snow and ice
iii. Organic substances, skeleton matter iv. Light silicates
Codes:
(A) ii iii i iv
(B) i iii ii iv
(C) ii i iii iv
(D) iii i ii iv
46. NAAC is an autonomous institution under the aegis of:
(A) ICSSR (B) CSIR (C) AICTE (D) UGC
47. National Council for Women’s Education was established in:
(A) 1958 (B) 1976 (C) 1989 (D) 2000
48. Which one of the following is not situated iin New Delhi?
(A) Indian Council of Cultural Relations
(B) Indian council of Scientific Research
(C) National Council of Educational Research and Training
(D) Indian Institute of Advanced Studies
49. Autonomy in higher education implies freedom in:

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(C) Finance (D) Curriculum development
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C ,e-,l- fo’ofo|ky; D ts-,u- O;kl fo’ofo|ky;
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1 eqacbZ 2 cM+kSnk 3 tks/kiqj 4 lkxj
dwV%
(A) 4 1 2 3
(B) 1 2 3 4
(C) 3 1 2 4
(D) 2 4 1 3

50. Match List-II with List-II and select the correct answer from the code given below:
List-I (Institutions)
a. Dr. Hari Singh Gour University b. S.N.D.T. University
c. M.S. University d. J.N. Vyas University
List-II (Locations)
i. Mumbai ii. Baroda iii. Jodhpur iv. Sagar
Codes:
(A) iv i ii iii
(B) i ii iii iv
(C) iii i ii iv
(D) ii iv i iii

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12 B 37 B 12 B 37 B 12 B 37 B 12 B 37 B 12 B 37 B
13 A 38 B 13 A 38 B 13 A 38 B 13 A 38 B 13 A 38 B
14 A 39 A 14 A 39 A 14 A 39 A 14 A 39 A 14 A 39 A
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