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1. Feedback in communication Process __________________ 
(A) Explores defect in receiver 
(B) Clarifies the communication-Answer
(C) Beneficial in understanding 
(D) Delights the Sender

2. Intrapersonal communication is __________________ 
(A) Person-to-person contact 
(B) Talking to oneself -Answer
(C) When more than two persons are involved 
(D) None of the above

3. An effective communication produces in receiver ______ 
(A) Acceptance -Answer
(B) Joy 
(C) Thinking 
(D) None of the above

4. For Company A, how much is the percent increase in production in 2000 from 1999? 
(A) 0.25 
(B) 2.5 
(C) 25 -Answer
(D)12.5

5. How many units is the total production of Company A for the given years?
(A) 9 crores 
(B) 17.75 crores
(C) 12.25 crores 
(D) 11 crores-Answer

6. What is the difference in units produced by the two companies in 1999?
(A) 1,50,000,000 -Answer 
(B) 15,00,00,000
(C) 15,00,000 
(D) 15,000 


7. How many units is the approximate average production of Company B for the given years? 
(A) 3 crores 
(B) 2.55 crores-Answer
(C) 2.75 crores 
(D) 2.25 crores 

8. In which year did both the companies have no change in production from the previous year? 
(A) 2000 
(B) 2002
(C) 2003 
(D) 2004 -Answer

9 Which of the following is not open source software? 
(A) Internet Explorer -Answer 
(B) Apache HTTP Server
(C) Fedora Linux 
(D) Open Office 

10. In MS Word, after selecting content, it can be copied by ______ 
(A) Shift Key + C Key 
(B) Alt Key + C Key
(C) Enter Key 
(D) Ctrl Key + C Key -Answer

11 MODEM = ______________ 
(A) An Electric Device 
(B) Modulator and Demodulator-Answer
(C) Internal Memory 
(D) None of the above

12 Multimedia is __________ 
(A) A computer Game 
(B) A software 
(C) A technology -Answer
(D) A Media

13 What is the full form of ‘LAN’? 
(A) Large Area Network 
(B) Local Area Network-Answer
(C) Little Area Network 
(D) None of the above

14 Look at this series: 53, 53, 40, 40, 27, 27, what number should come next? 
(A) 10 
(B) 18 
(C) 14 -Answer
(D) 45

Direction (15-19) The strength of Indian Democracy lies in its tradition, in the fusion of the ideas of democracy and national independence which was the characteristic of the Indian Nationalist Movement long before independence. Although the British retained supreme authority in India until 1947, the provincial elections of 1937 provided real exercise in democratic practice before national independence. During the Pacific war India was not overrun or seriously invaded by the Japanese and after the war was over, the transfer of power to a government of the Indian Congress Party was a peaceful one as far as Britain was concerned. By 1947 'Indianisation' had already gone far in the Indian Civil Service and Army, so that the new government could start with effective instruments of central control. After independence, however, India was faced with two vast problems; the first, that of economic growth from a very low level of production and the second was that of ethnic diversity and the aspirations of sub nationalities. The Congress leadership was more aware of the former problem than of the second. As a new political elite which had rebelled not only against the British Raj but also against India's old social order, they were conscious of the need to initiate economic development and undertake social reforms,
but as nationalists who had led a struggle against the alien rule on behalf of all parts of India, they took the cohesion of the Indian nation too much for granted and underestimated the centrifugal forces of ethnic division, which were bound to be accentuated rather than diminished as the popular masses were more and more drawn into politics. The Congress party was originally opposed to the idea of recognizing any division of India on a linguistic
basis and preferred to retain the old provinces of British India which often cut across linguistic boundaries. However, this was later conceded as the basis for a federal 'Indian Union'. The rights granted to the States created new problems for the Central Government.

The idea of making Hindi the national language of a united India was thwarted by the recalcitrance of the speakers of other important Indian languages and the autonomy of the States rendered central economic planning extremely difficult. Land reforms remained under the control of the States and many large-scale economic projects required a degree of cooperation between the Central Government and one or more of the States which, it was found, was impossible to achieve. Coordination of policies was difficult even when the Congress party was in power both in the State and at the Centre. When a Congress Government in Delhi was confronted with non-Congress parties in office in the States, it became much harder.

15. Which of the following problems was India faced with after Independence ?
(A) Military attack from a country across the border. 
(B) Lack of coordination between the Central and State Governments.
(C) Improper coordination of various Government policies
(D) Increasing the production from a very low level -Answer

16. Which of the following issues was not appropriately realized by the Central Government.
(A) Ethnic diversity of the people -Answer
(B)A national language for the country
(C) Implementation of the formulated policies
(D) Centre -State relations

17. Why was central economic planning found to be difficult?
(A) Multiplicity of States and Union Territories
(B) Lack of coordination in different Government departments
(C) Autonomy given to the States in certain matters-Answer
(D) Lack of will in implementing land reforms

18. Why was the linguistic reorganization of the State accepted?
(A) The States were not cooperating with the Central Government
(B) Non- Congress Governments in the States demanded such a reorganization of the States
(C) No common national language emerged
(D) Strong pressure from the States was exerted on the Central Government tocreate such States-Answer

19. Which, according to the passage, can be cited as an exercise in democratic practice in India before Independence?
(A) The handing over of power by the British to India
(B) The Indianisation of the Indian Civil Service-Answer
(C) A neutral role played by the Army
(D) None of the above

20. The information to be collected in survey method are related to 
(A) Present Position 
(B) Aims of the research 
(C) The attainment of aim of research 
(D) All of the above-Answer

21. Research is done for 
(A) Knowledge of research process 
(B) Solving a business problem -Answer
(C) Interest in research 
(D) Experience

22 A research problem is feasible only when 
(A) It is researchable 
(B) It has some utility 
(C) It is new 
(D) All of the above-Answer

23. One of the essential characteristics of research is 
(A) Sensitivity 
(B) Generalizability 
(C) Usability -Answer
(D) 

24. The experimental research is 
(A) A method for verifying a hypothesis -Answer
(B) A variable controlling method
(C) A method of deriving inferences 
(D) None of the above

25. UGC was established formally as statutory body in the year ____________ 
(A) 1972 
(B) 1965 
(C) 1956 -Answer 
(D) 1962

26. In India, total numbers of Open Universities are _______ 
(A) Fourteen -Answer
(B) Sixteen 
(C) Eighteen 
(D) Fifteen

27. Who was chairman of the UGC committee 1969 appointed for administrative legislation of the universities? 
(A). Dr. Zakir Hussain 
(B) Dr. P B Gajendragadkar-Answer
(C) Dr. L S Mudaliar 
(D) Dr. Radha Krishnan

28. UGC has launched career oriented program in 
(A) 1964-65 
(B) 1994-95 -Answer
(C) 1997-98 
(D) 1980-81

29. The prime minister of India is appointed from ______ 
(A) The leading Party in Lok Sabha-Answer
(B) The Leading Party in Rajya Sabha
(C) The leading party in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha combined
(D) None of the above

30. The study of interrelations between Organism and their environment is called___ 
(A) Biosphere 
(B) Ecology -Answer
(C) Synecology 
(D) Autecology 

31 WWF is _______ 
(A) World wide Fund for People 
(B) World welfare Fund 
(C) World wide Fund for Nature -Answer
(D) Non of the above

32 Which was the first National Park established in India? 
(A) Anshi National Park 
(B) Gir National Park
(C) Kanha National Park 
(D) Jim Corbett National Park-Answer

33 Fossil Fuels include 
(A) Oil 
(B) Natural Gas 
(C) Coal 
(D) All of the above-Answer

34 Noise in excess of ______ is called noise pollution 
(A) 40-65 db 
(B) 60-70 db 
(C) 80-100 db -Answer
(D) None of the above 

35 Effectiveness of teaching depends on ____ 
(A) Handwriting of Teacher -Answer
(B) Speaking ability of Teacher
(C) Qualification of the Teacher 
(D) Subject Understanding of the Teacher

36 Verbal Guidance is least effective in the learning of ____ 
(A) Aptitudes 
(B) Skills 
(C) Attitudes 
(D) Relationship-Answer

37 The participation of students will be maximum if ____ method is used for teaching. 
(A) Text Books 
(B) Discussion Method-Answer
(C) Conference Method 
(D) Lectures

38 The primary responsibility of the teacher’s adjustment lies with 
(A) The Students 
(B) The Principal
(C) The Community 
(D) The Teacher himself-Answer

39. The First Kindergarten was started by 
(A) William James 
(B) A D Clinton
(C) Freidrich Forebel -Answer
(D) J H Hills 

40. In following questions, number series is given. One of the numbers in each series is wrong. After searching wrong number find the correct number in its place.
510, 254, 126, 64, 30, 14, 6 
(A) 252 
(B) 62 -Answer
(C) 130 
(D) 9 

41. Cow : Calf :: Mother: ? 
(A) Daughter-Answer
(B) Father
(C) Brother
(D) None of the above

42 Insert the missing number or letter from among the given alternatives. 

(A) 140 
(B) 280
(C) 875 
(D) 925-Answer

43. In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two assumptions I and II given below them is/are definitely true give answer as.
(A) Only assumption I is implicit -Answer
(B) Only assumption II is implicit
(C) Either I or II is implicit
(D) Neither I nor II is implicit
(E) Both I and II are implicit

Statement: The State government has decided to appoint four thousand primary school teachers during the next financial year.
Assumptions:
I. There are enough schools in the state to accommodate four thousand additionalprimary school teachers.
II. The eligible candidates may not be interested to apply as the government may not finally appoint such a large number of primary school teachers. 

44. What is the latest write-once optical storage media?
(A) Digital paper 
(B) Magneto-optical disk
(C) WORM disk 
(D) CD-ROM disk-Answer

45. Which of the following identifies a specific web page and its computer on the Web?
(A) Web site 
(B) Web site address
(C) URL 
(D) Domain Name-Answer

Direction (46-47) In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represents the regions of wheat gram, maize and rice cultivation respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions. 


46. Which of the area is cultivated for wheat and maize only? 
(A) 8 
(B) 6
(C) 5 
(D) 4-Answer

47. Which of the area is cultivated for maize only?
(A) 10 
(B) 2
(C) 3 -Answer
(D) 4

48. Pointing to a photograph. Bajpai said, “He is the son of the only daughter of the father of my brother.” How Bajpai is related to the man in the photograph?
(A) Nephew 
(B) Brother 
(C) Father 
(D) Maternal Uncle -Answer

49. Light Year is a unit of:
(A) Intensity of light 
(B) Distance-Answer
(C) Time 
(D) Planetary motion

50. Tsunamis are huge sea waves caused by :
(A) Earthquakes -Answer
(B) Volcanoes
(C) Winds 
(D) Icebergs

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