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1. What is the average per capita Net National Income (in thousand rupees) per year?

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2. In which year the percentage (%) increase in the Net National Income over the previous year was maximum?

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3. With reference to the year 2015-16 , the percentage growth in the population of India by the year 2019-20 is

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4. What is the percentage increase (%) in per capita Net National Income during 5 years (i.c 2015-16 to 2019202

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5. Assuming that the per capita Net national Income grows beyond the year 2019-20 at the average annual rate of increase (%) of the peric (2015-16 to 2019-20) .

what will be its value (in thousand 2) at the end of the year 2020-21 2

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6. Which of the following are ot the characteristics of teacher- centered methods of teaching?

A. Students are passive learners

B. Teachers act as facilitator for learning

C. Teacher directs learning activities

D. Learning is based on collaboration between students

E. Learning is based on student interest

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

A. Students are passive learners B. Teachers act as facilitator for learning C. Teacher directs learning activities D. Learning is based on collaboration between students E. Learning is based on student interest
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7. Which of the following is a tool used for creating and sharing online learning games?

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8. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: A learner’s cultural background has no impact on his/her leaming experience

Statement IT: Gender is not a strong predictor of academic achievement.

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9. Choose the correct answer from the options given below

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10. What are the various salient features of formative evaluation?

A. It provides feed back to the teachers to use teaching strategies according to the needs of the learners

B. It helps leamers to actively and continuously engage in learning

C. It helps in enhancing the learning abilities of the leamer

D. It contributes to the overall grading and certification of the learner

E. It ‘sums-up’ how much a student has leamt over a period of time.

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11. Which among the following would be the ethical issues in a research study that involves participation of human subjects?

A. Lack of informed consent
B. Physical and psychological harm
C. Excessive inducements
D. Debriefing

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12. Which aspect of the researcher may cause psychosocial effect in the participant of a study?

1. Age
2. Race
3. Sex
4. Attitude

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13. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: In a ratio scale. zero point is arbitrary

Statement II: The nominal scale allows ordering/ranking of data

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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14. Given below are two statements:

Statement I:

The standard deviation of a series of repeated measurements estimates the likely size of the chance error in a single measurement.

Statement II:

Bias affects all the measurements the same way. pushing them in the same direction.

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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15. A researcher obtains the following p-values for sample correlation coefficients of different samples. Which of these can be considered significant at 1% level of significance?

A. 0.004
B. 0.99
C. 0.995
D. 0.001
E. 0.1

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16. If information flows from the media to the opinion leaders and from them to the target audience, the process is known as

1. One-step-flow
2. Two-step-flow
3. Step-by-step flow
4. Multi- step flow

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17. From the view point communicators language and other symbolic systems are

1. Inactive tools
2. Economic targets
3. Social targets
4. Cultural fantasies

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18. Which of the following are true in the case of audience for analog media? They are:

A. Personally addressable
B. Active campaigners
C. large
D. Heterogencous
E. Anonymous

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19. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: The centralised control of signs and symbols of mediated communication may affect plurality of opinions on the Internet.

Statement II: The global corporate owners of Internet companies aim only at profits. not the existence of pluriverse.

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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20. Negative communicators usually express

A. Verbal softness
B. Optimism
C. Pessimism
D. Resentment
E. Distrust

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21. What number would replace question mark (?) in the series given below?

3,8,17,32,57,2,177

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22. If in a certain code ‘Generalization’ is written as 52627134819406.

How the word ‘Oreganos’ be written in that code?

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23. Salary of a person decreases by 10% every year and his bonus increases by 24% every year.
If his salary and bonuses at the end of 2020 were 8000 and 2500 respectively.

Find the difference between his total earnings in March, 2020 and March 2022.

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24. The population of a village is 11000. If the number of children increase by 11% and the number of adults increase by 20%, the population becomes 12660.

Find the population of children and adults separately in the village.

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25. There are fifteen successive percentage discounts given in a series of 2%, 4%, 6%, 8%, ___ on an item.
After how many such percentage discounts in succession will the effective discount be higher than 50% ?

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26. In the light of ‘Causation’ which of the following is incorrect?

A. Qualities of cause are accidental antecedents
B. The cause of the cause is not the cause.
C. The co-effects of a cause are themselves causally related
D. Eternal substance like space are not unconditional antecedents.

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27. identify the fallacy committed in the following argument:

“There must be intelligent life on other planets. No one has proven that there isn’t”.

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28. Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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29. When inference is based not on Causation but on Uniformity of co-existence as in the case of inferring cloven hoofs of an animal by it’s horns; it is called

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30. ‘Sound is eternal because it is produced’
refers to which of the following Hetvabhasa?

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31. A smart home application that automates the controlling of lighting, temperature, entertainment system and appliances is an example of

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32. Identify the correct order of the term A-E given below that completes the paragraph describing a method of operation for a keyboard.

Computer keyboard has a key matrix underneath the keys when a key is pressed, it presses a switch that completes a ____________, This allows _________________to flow: The location of the key pressed is____________________. The location of the key pressed is compared to a ______________map to find the ______________ value for the key that has been pressed.

A. Binary
B. Calculated
C. Character
D. Circuit
E. Current

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33. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: Internet is commonly used service on the World Wide Web.

Statement II: HTTP is the protocol that web browsers and web servers use to communicate with each other over the Internet.

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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34. Which of the following statements A-C are correct about a Hard-Disk Drive (HDD) used as a storage device in computer?

A. It has no moving parts
B. It is non-volatile
C. It uses magnetic properties to store data

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35. Given below are two statements:

Statement I:(1011101)2

=(135)8

Statement II:(71)g

=(111001)2

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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36. Secretariate of convention on Biodiversity (CBD) is situated in

A. Geneva, Switzerland
B. New York, United States
C. London. England
D. Montreal. Canada

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37. Which one of the following is included while estimating Air Quality Index (AQI)?

1. N2O Nitrous oxide
2. NO2 Nitrogen dioxide
3.N2O3 Dinitrogen trioxide
4.N2O5 Dinitrogen pentoxide

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38. Which among the following are Natural Green House Gases (GHGs)?

A. CO2 (Carbon dioxide)
B. H2O (Water vapor)
C. CH)4(Methane)
D. O3 (Ozone)
E. CEC (Chlorofluorocarbon)

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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39. Caron monoxide (CO), an air pollutant when inhaled readily binds with the hemoglobin in the blood stream to form a life threatening compound known as

A. Hemoglobous
B. Carbo hemoglobin
C. Carbon mono hemoglobin
D. Carboxy hemoglobin

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40. Which of the following is a chemical treatment in water treatment process?

1. Filtration
2. Sedimentation
3. Coagulation
4. Screening

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42. In the beginning of the 20t century in 1902. there were important engineering colleges at

A. Roorkee
B. Madras
C. Kanpur
D. Sibpur (Bengal)
E. Poona

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42. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: The NEP2020 recommends the establishment of an academic bank of credit to facilitate the transfer of credits between the institutions.

Statement IT:One of the objectives of NEP2020 is to increase the number of multidisciplinary institutions in the country.

In the light of the above statements. choose the correct answer from the options given below

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43. “We become builders by building and we become just by doing what is just”.
In the light of this statement what can not be asserted?

1. Man is a virtuous being
2. Virtues are like skill
3. Skills are acquired by performing relevant activity
4. Virtue is a mechanical and non- ethical skill.

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44. In the light of Buddhist system of education student was expected to follow ‘Das Sikha Padani’.
Which of the following dose not represent the code of conduct:-

A. To avoid food at odd times
B. To avoid untrue speech
C. To relish music and dance
D. To avoid stealing
E. To accept gifts in charity

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45. Given below are two statements:

Statement I:

University of Punjab at Lahore and University of Allahabad were established during colonial rule in India.

Statement II:

The main reason of their establishment was the increasing demand in these places for higher education including ‘Oriental well as modem European education.

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below

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46. Read the passage and answer the questions that follows.

Given the precarious condition of its ground and surface water resources (rivers. stream. lakes, wetlands and reservoirs). India could be water-scarce country in the next 40 years. With 1,486 cubic meters (~1.5 million litres) of water available per person. per annum, India falls in the water stressed category. A dip below 1000 cubic meters per person. per annum will push it into the water-scarce category.

The manner of water consumption also compounds the problem. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) statistics show the indiscriminate use of ground water turned 4% of the total 7.089 assessed units in the country critical in 2022 while 14% were assessed as over-exploit The situation was worse in 2017 when 17% of the units were over-exploited. Various recharge and conservation efforts have borne fruit but the number of such units remain high in states like Punjab, Rajasthan. Haryana, Delhi. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

In India,87% of groundwater is extracted for irrigation and experts say excess withdrawal round the year may be the biggest reason for depletion. as the recharge primarily happens in the monsoon. On the other hand encroachment of water bodies and the discharge of untreated waste water into rivers and streams have reduced the surface water resources.

India will become water-scarce country if the availability of water per person per annum falls below

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47. Read the passage and answer the questions that follows.

Given the precarious condition of its ground and surface water resources (rivers. stream. lakes, wetlands and reservoirs). India could be water-scarce country in the next 40 years. With 1,486 cubic meters (~1.5 million litres) of water available per person. per annum, India falls in the water stressed category. A dip below 1000 cubic meters per person. per annum will push it into the water-scarce category.

The manner of water consumption also compounds the problem. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) statistics show the indiscriminate use of ground water turned 4% of the total 7.089 assessed units in the country critical in 2022 while 14% were assessed as over-exploit The situation was worse in 2017 when 17% of the units were over-exploited. Various recharge and conservation efforts have borne fruit but the number of such units remain high in states like Punjab, Rajasthan. Haryana, Delhi. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

In India,87% of groundwater is extracted for irrigation and experts say excess withdrawal round the year may be the biggest reason for depletion. as the recharge primarily happens in the monsoon. On the other hand encroachment of water bodies and the discharge of untreated waste water into rivers and streams have reduced the surface water resources.

In the year 2022 how many units of water assessed by CGWB were found to be over-exploited?

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48. Read the passage and answer the questions that follows.

Given the precarious condition of its ground and surface water resources (rivers. stream. lakes, wetlands and reservoirs). India could be water-scarce country in the next 40 years. With 1,486 cubic meters (~1.5 million litres) of water available per person. per annum, India falls in the water stressed category. A dip below 1000 cubic meters per person. per annum will push it into the water-scarce category.

The manner of water consumption also compounds the problem. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) statistics show the indiscriminate use of ground water turned 4% of the total 7.089 assessed units in the country critical in 2022 while 14% were assessed as over-exploit The situation was worse in 2017 when 17% of the units were over-exploited. Various recharge and conservation efforts have borne fruit but the number of such units remain high in states like Punjab, Rajasthan. Haryana, Delhi. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

In India,87% of groundwater is extracted for irrigation and experts say excess withdrawal round the year may be the biggest reason for depletion. as the recharge primarily happens in the monsoon. On the other hand encroachment of water bodies and the discharge of untreated waste water into rivers and streams have reduced the surface water resources.

Assuming that the total number of ground water units assessed by CWGB in the years 2017 and 2022 were same (i.e. 7089). What is the difference between the number of over-exploited units in 2017 and 20222

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49. Read the passage and answer the questions that follows.

Given the precarious condition of its ground and surface water resources (rivers. stream. lakes, wetlands and reservoirs). India could be water-scarce country in the next 40 years. With 1,486 cubic meters (~1.5 million litres) of water available per person. per annum, India falls in the water stressed category. A dip below 1000 cubic meters per person. per annum will push it into the water-scarce category.

The manner of water consumption also compounds the problem. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) statistics show the indiscriminate use of ground water turned 4% of the total 7.089 assessed units in the country critical in 2022 while 14% were assessed as over-exploit The situation was worse in 2017 when 17% of the units were over-exploited. Various recharge and conservation efforts have borne fruit but the number of such units remain high in states like Punjab, Rajasthan. Haryana, Delhi. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

In India,87% of groundwater is extracted for irrigation and experts say excess withdrawal round the year may be the biggest reason for depletion. as the recharge primarily happens in the monsoon. On the other hand encroachment of water bodies and the discharge of untreated waste water into rivers and streams have reduced the surface water resources.

Which of the following states have been found to have high number of over exploited units of ground water?

A. Rajasthan and Delhi
B. Punjab & Haryana
C. Uttar Pradesh
D. Tamil Nadu & Karnataka
E. Madhya Pradesh

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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50. Read the passage and answer the questions that follows.

Given the precarious condition of its ground and surface water resources (rivers. stream. lakes, wetlands and reservoirs). India could be water-scarce country in the next 40 years. With 1,486 cubic meters (~1.5 million litres) of water available per person. per annum, India falls in the water stressed category. A dip below 1000 cubic meters per person. per annum will push it into the water-scarce category.

The manner of water consumption also compounds the problem. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) statistics show the indiscriminate use of ground water turned 4% of the total 7.089 assessed units in the country critical in 2022 while 14% were assessed as over-exploit The situation was worse in 2017 when 17% of the units were over-exploited. Various recharge and conservation efforts have borne fruit but the number of such units remain high in states like Punjab, Rajasthan. Haryana, Delhi. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

In India,87% of groundwater is extracted for irrigation and experts say excess withdrawal round the year may be the biggest reason for depletion. as the recharge primarily happens in the monsoon. On the other hand encroachment of water bodies and the discharge of untreated waste water into rivers and streams have reduced the surface water resources.

Identify the factors responsible for depletion of water resources.

A. High consumption of water in agricultural sector
B. High consumption of water in Commercial sector
C. Encroachment of water bodies
D. Excessive water use in domestic sector
E. Discharge of untreated waste water in rivers and streams.


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