Test: Social Science-1


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Which of the following factors crucially influences the child’s development? 

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“Educable IQ” is from 

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Praise and blame is form of ________motivation . 

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Historical, social and cultural effect on Human development are emphasized by 

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Who advanced the ideas on inherited development ? 

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What is maximized by the sharp contract between the low status of the newcomer and high status of the fully accepted member in socialization process ? 

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The structure of intellect model was propounded by- 

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The cause of unreasonable emotional development of children is 

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Which of the following involves the ability to think through a number of possible strategies or ‘experiment’ and to decide which one will yield the most information ? 

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What are schemata? 

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The study of language as structured systems of rules, the origin of languages, the relationships among languages, how language change over time and the nature of language sounds is 

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The test which attempts to predict a person’s future performance, or capacity to learn is 

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States within the person that drive behaviour towards some goal is one definition of- 

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Which of the following is NOT an element of learning event? 

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Which one of the following theories view that behaviour could be shaped through successive approximation and reinforcement of responses more nearly approaching desired behaviour? 

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Which concept is given by Vygotsky? 

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Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders is characterized by 

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A behaviour is defined in terms that 

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Temporal lobes controlled 

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If a child writes 16 as 61 & gets confused between b & d, this is case of 

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The teacher notices that Shagun cannot solve a problem on her own, although she can when she is given either adult or Peer guidance. The guidance is called 

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Tolman is associated with the work 

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Which of the following is not the characteristic of operant conditioning? 

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The child cognitively believes that the ocean’s waves only roll in when he is there watching them. This child is expressing__________and has not yet attained __________ 

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If a child doesn’t concentrate in study then what should do the teacher? 

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Concurrent Verbalization used by Erikson and Simon is another name for: 

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Social motives, such as the need for achievement, need for power are measured by 

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According to the Montreal studies, the original infant emotion upon which all others are based is 

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Which of the following are the external factors affecting the interest of students in classroom 

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The agency of social development of the child is- 

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Who gave the ‘Concept of Total Revolution’? 

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The editor of ‘Young India’ and ‘Harijan’ was: 

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Where was the first Session of the Indian National Congress held? 

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Who was the first Indian to be elected to the British Parliament? 

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‘Lakh Baksh’ was a title given to the ruler: 

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The tropical grassland is called? 

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Fishing grounds of the world are found in areas where? 

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The largest producer of coffee in the world is: 

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Which one among the following states is smallest in area? 

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The Andaman group and Nicobar group of islands are separated from each other by: 

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Which state gives the Nandi Award? 

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Which city has the headquarters of two railway zones in India? 

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The concept of concurrent list in Indian constitution is borrowed from the Constitution of: 

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How many schedules does the Constitution of India contain? 

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When was the comprehensive reorganisation of Indian States completed in accordance with the recommendations of States Reorganisation Commission? 

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A person cannot contest election from: 

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Total fixed cost curve is: 

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Who estimated the National Income for the first time in India? 

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What does ECS in banking transactions stand for? 

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Which of the following is the largest employer in India? 

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The book ‘Worshipping False Gods’ is written by: 

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Who amongst the following is the author of the book ‘Nice Guys Finish Second’? 

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The author of the book ‘The City of Joy’ is: 

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The best conductor of electricity among the following is: 

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The device which converts AC to DC is: 

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Alum stops bleeding in minor cuts because of 

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The National Chemical Laboratory (India) is located in 

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What is the full of NATO? 

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Who among the following wrote Sanskrit grammar ? 

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Walayar Dam is in which of the following state? 

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Who has blasted the fastest century in text history in his 101st and final match before retiring? 

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The birthday of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee is celebrated as Good governance Day which falls on 

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Who is the Chief Minister of Arunchal Pradesh on Februray 19, 2016? 

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Who won the Miss world 2015 title in Sanya, China? 

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Which of the following central universities turned 100 years on 13 feb 2016? 

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Bt seed us associated with 

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Breeding and management of bees is known as 

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The study of extinct animals is called 

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A nibble is equal to …….. bits. 

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Which of the following mountain ranges in India are the oldest? 

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Which one of the following is not needed for learning activities outside the classroom? 

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Which one of the following isa major types of student evaluation? 

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Social studies deals with 

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When did John Carroll propose model of school learning? 

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School learning is a function of time, i.e., school learning = f (time spent/time needed), this formula is given by 

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Who adopted John Carroll’s student behaviour variable of “Perseverance” and relabeled it as “Involvement”? 

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…………… learning activities are similar to case studies but usually focus on qualitative problems and gives students a deeper learning opportunity. 

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He helped to introduce Montessor education methods to India and is known as ‘MoochhaliMaa (“mother with whiskers”)’ — who is ‘he’? 

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A trainee teacher writes one of the instructional objectives as ‘students shall be able to describe the meaning of democracy’. In which domain shall this objective fall? 

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Teacher can make the explaining technique more effective 

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A social studies teacher wants to teach the location of continents and oceans, The type of map she should use is - 

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Institutional planning should be based on- 

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Modes of representation are the way in which information or knowledge are stored and encoded in memory. Jerome Brunner proposed mode/modes of representation, is/are 

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Who is the author of ‘Actual minds, possible world’? 

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The quality of supervised study strategy is to 

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The large joint families of earlier days are 

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A status symbol is established by 

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The influence of both philosophy and religion can be seen in the human individual and its impact on society is 

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The high school student is much more influenced by his 

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Hot media is 

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QUESTION: 91

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

एक समय था जब पानी सब जगह मिल जाता था। अतः इसे कोई महत्व नहीं देता था। लेकिन तेजी से बढ़ती हुई जनसंख्या और जीवन शैली में आए परिवर्तन के कारण पानी अब दुर्लभ हो गया है। इसी दुर्लभता के कारण जल का आर्थिक मूल्य बहुत बढ़ गया है। अब केवल सिंचाई के लिए ही नहीं बल्कि उद्योगों और घरेलू उपयोग के लिए भी जल की बहुत आवश्यकता है। इसीलिए जल अब एक बहुमूल्य संसाधन बन गया है। नगरों में जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता है क्योंकि जल को पीने के साथ-साथ सभी घरेलू कामों में उपयोग होता है। नगरों में सीवर की सफाई तथा -उद्योगों के लिए भी जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता होती है। ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में पानी की आपूर्ति में कई दोष पाए जाते हैं। पानी को स्वच्छ करके मानवीय उपयोग के लायक बनाने की व्यवस्था होनी चाहिए। 

Q. पानी किस मुख्य कारण से इतना दुर्लभ हो गया है :- 

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QUESTION: 92

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

एक समय था जब पानी सब जगह मिल जाता था। अतः इसे कोई महत्व नहीं देता था। लेकिन तेजी से बढ़ती हुई जनसंख्या और जीवन शैली में आए परिवर्तन के कारण पानी अब दुर्लभ हो गया है। इसी दुर्लभता के कारण जल का आर्थिक मूल्य बहुत बढ़ गया है। अब केवल सिंचाई के लिए ही नहीं बल्कि उद्योगों और घरेलू उपयोग के लिए भी जल की बहुत आवश्यकता है। इसीलिए जल अब एक बहुमूल्य संसाधन बन गया है। नगरों में जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता है क्योंकि जल को पीने के साथ-साथ सभी घरेलू कामों में उपयोग होता है। नगरों में सीवर की सफाई तथा -उद्योगों के लिए भी जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता होती है। ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में पानी की आपूर्ति में कई दोष पाए जाते हैं। पानी को स्वच्छ करके मानवीय उपयोग के लायक बनाने की व्यवस्था होनी चाहिए। 

Q. जल का कौन-सा मूल्य बढ़ गया है :- 

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QUESTION: 93

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

एक समय था जब पानी सब जगह मिल जाता था। अतः इसे कोई महत्व नहीं देता था। लेकिन तेजी से बढ़ती हुई जनसंख्या और जीवन शैली में आए परिवर्तन के कारण पानी अब दुर्लभ हो गया है। इसी दुर्लभता के कारण जल का आर्थिक मूल्य बहुत बढ़ गया है। अब केवल सिंचाई के लिए ही नहीं बल्कि उद्योगों और घरेलू उपयोग के लिए भी जल की बहुत आवश्यकता है। इसीलिए जल अब एक बहुमूल्य संसाधन बन गया है। नगरों में जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता है क्योंकि जल को पीने के साथ-साथ सभी घरेलू कामों में उपयोग होता है। नगरों में सीवर की सफाई तथा -उद्योगों के लिए भी जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता होती है। ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में पानी की आपूर्ति में कई दोष पाए जाते हैं। पानी को स्वच्छ करके मानवीय उपयोग के लायक बनाने की व्यवस्था होनी चाहिए।

Q. फसलों को पानी की आवश्यकता किस रूप में होती है 

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QUESTION: 94

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

एक समय था जब पानी सब जगह मिल जाता था। अतः इसे कोई महत्व नहीं देता था। लेकिन तेजी से बढ़ती हुई जनसंख्या और जीवन शैली में आए परिवर्तन के कारण पानी अब दुर्लभ हो गया है। इसी दुर्लभता के कारण जल का आर्थिक मूल्य बहुत बढ़ गया है। अब केवल सिंचाई के लिए ही नहीं बल्कि उद्योगों और घरेलू उपयोग के लिए भी जल की बहुत आवश्यकता है। इसीलिए जल अब एक बहुमूल्य संसाधन बन गया है। नगरों में जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता है क्योंकि जल को पीने के साथ-साथ सभी घरेलू कामों में उपयोग होता है। नगरों में सीवर की सफाई तथा -उद्योगों के लिए भी जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता होती है। ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में पानी की आपूर्ति में कई दोष पाए जाते हैं। पानी को स्वच्छ करके मानवीय उपयोग के लायक बनाने की व्यवस्था होनी चाहिए।

Q. पानी का उपयोग कैसे करना चाहिए ? 

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QUESTION: 95

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

एक समय था जब पानी सब जगह मिल जाता था। अतः इसे कोई महत्व नहीं देता था। लेकिन तेजी से बढ़ती हुई जनसंख्या और जीवन शैली में आए परिवर्तन के कारण पानी अब दुर्लभ हो गया है। इसी दुर्लभता के कारण जल का आर्थिक मूल्य बहुत बढ़ गया है। अब केवल सिंचाई के लिए ही नहीं बल्कि उद्योगों और घरेलू उपयोग के लिए भी जल की बहुत आवश्यकता है। इसीलिए जल अब एक बहुमूल्य संसाधन बन गया है। नगरों में जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता है क्योंकि जल को पीने के साथ-साथ सभी घरेलू कामों में उपयोग होता है। नगरों में सीवर की सफाई तथा -उद्योगों के लिए भी जल की भारी मात्रा में आवश्यकता होती है। ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में पानी की आपूर्ति में कई दोष पाए जाते हैं। पानी को स्वच्छ करके मानवीय उपयोग के लायक बनाने की व्यवस्था होनी चाहिए।

Q. उपर्युक्त गद्यांश का उपयुक्त शीर्षक लिखिए :- 

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QUESTION: 96

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

मैंने ‘अतिथि’ शब्द के समानान्तर एक दूसरा शब्द गढ़ा है- ‘असमय’। अतिथि का अर्थ है जिसकी तिथि न हो अर्थात् आने का दिन निश्चित न हो, मतलब कि जो बिना पूर्व सूचना के अकस्मात् टपक पड़े। ठीक उसी तरह ‘असमय’ का अर्थ कीजिए कि जिसका समय न हो जब चाहे आ जाए और आने में ही नहीं जाने में भी ‘असमय’ हो। तात्पर्य की कब तक रहेगा, कब जाएगा इसका कोई ठिकाना नहीं। मैं ‘अतिथियों से नहीं घबराता पर ‘असमय’ से जरूर कांपता हूँ, कारण है कि मैं कामकाजी आदमी हूँ।’ इस युग में कौन काम-काजी नहीं है। जिसको देखिए वही अस्त-व्यस्तता के मारे परेशान है। आजकल बड़प्पन दिखाने के कई साधन हैं, उनमें एक यह कहना भी कि ‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है।’’ 
बात बहुत गलत हो, ऐसा नहीं। जिसको देखिए, चेहरे पर हवाइयाँ उड़ रही हैं, नाक की सीध में दौड़ा जा रहा है। जिधर नजर डालिये उधर ही भाग-दौड़। आदमी ने मशीनें इज़ाद की, आराम के लिए मगर मकडे़ की तरह वह उन मशीनों में ही उलझकर अपनी आजादी खो बैठा, अपनी आदमियता खो बैठा। बाल-बच्चों के बीच भी दस मिनट इत्मीनान से बैठने का, दिल बहलाने का समय नहीं मिलता।

Q. लेखक ने ‘अतिथि’ का समानान्तर शब्द गढ़ा है 

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QUESTION: 97

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

मैंने ‘अतिथि’ शब्द के समानान्तर एक दूसरा शब्द गढ़ा है- ‘असमय’। अतिथि का अर्थ है जिसकी तिथि न हो अर्थात् आने का दिन निश्चित न हो, मतलब कि जो बिना पूर्व सूचना के अकस्मात् टपक पड़े। ठीक उसी तरह ‘असमय’ का अर्थ कीजिए कि जिसका समय न हो जब चाहे आ जाए और आने में ही नहीं जाने में भी ‘असमय’ हो। तात्पर्य की कब तक रहेगा, कब जाएगा इसका कोई ठिकाना नहीं। मैं ‘अतिथियों से नहीं घबराता पर ‘असमय’ से जरूर कांपता हूँ, कारण है कि मैं कामकाजी आदमी हूँ।’ इस युग में कौन काम-काजी नहीं है। जिसको देखिए वही अस्त-व्यस्तता के मारे परेशान है। आजकल बड़प्पन दिखाने के कई साधन हैं, उनमें एक यह कहना भी कि ‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है।’’ बात बहुत गलत हो, ऐसा नहीं। जिसको देखिए, चेहरे पर हवाइयाँ उड़ रही हैं, नाक की सीध में दौड़ा जा रहा है। जिधर नजर डालिये उधर ही भाग-दौड़। आदमी ने मशीनें इज़ाद की, आराम के लिए मगर मकडे़ की तरह वह उन मशीनों में ही उलझकर अपनी आजादी खो बैठा, अपनी आदमियता खो बैठा। बाल-बच्चों के बीच भी दस मिनट इत्मीनान से बैठने का, दिल बहलाने का समय नहीं मिलता।

Q. ‘समानान्तर’ शब्द का समानार्थी शब्द है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

मैंने ‘अतिथि’ शब्द के समानान्तर एक दूसरा शब्द गढ़ा है- ‘असमय’। अतिथि का अर्थ है जिसकी तिथि न हो अर्थात् आने का दिन निश्चित न हो, मतलब कि जो बिना पूर्व सूचना के अकस्मात् टपक पड़े। ठीक उसी तरह ‘असमय’ का अर्थ कीजिए कि जिसका समय न हो जब चाहे आ जाए और आने में ही नहीं जाने में भी ‘असमय’ हो। तात्पर्य की कब तक रहेगा, कब जाएगा इसका कोई ठिकाना नहीं। मैं ‘अतिथियों से नहीं घबराता पर ‘असमय’ से जरूर कांपता हूँ, कारण है कि मैं कामकाजी आदमी हूँ।’ इस युग में कौन काम-काजी नहीं है। जिसको देखिए वही अस्त-व्यस्तता के मारे परेशान है। आजकल बड़प्पन दिखाने के कई साधन हैं, उनमें एक यह कहना भी कि ‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है।’’ बात बहुत गलत हो, ऐसा नहीं। जिसको देखिए, चेहरे पर हवाइयाँ उड़ रही हैं, नाक की सीध में दौड़ा जा रहा है। जिधर नजर डालिये उधर ही भाग-दौड़। आदमी ने मशीनें इज़ाद की, आराम के लिए मगर मकडे़ की तरह वह उन मशीनों में ही उलझकर अपनी आजादी खो बैठा, अपनी आदमियता खो बैठा। बाल-बच्चों के बीच भी दस मिनट इत्मीनान से बैठने का, दिल बहलाने का समय नहीं मिलता।

Q. आज के कामकाजी आदमी की विशेषता है कि 

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

मैंने ‘अतिथि’ शब्द के समानान्तर एक दूसरा शब्द गढ़ा है- ‘असमय’। अतिथि का अर्थ है जिसकी तिथि न हो अर्थात् आने का दिन निश्चित न हो, मतलब कि जो बिना पूर्व सूचना के अकस्मात् टपक पड़े। ठीक उसी तरह ‘असमय’ का अर्थ कीजिए कि जिसका समय न हो जब चाहे आ जाए और आने में ही नहीं जाने में भी ‘असमय’ हो। तात्पर्य की कब तक रहेगा, कब जाएगा इसका कोई ठिकाना नहीं। मैं ‘अतिथियों से नहीं घबराता पर ‘असमय’ से जरूर कांपता हूँ, कारण है कि मैं कामकाजी आदमी हूँ।’ इस युग में कौन काम-काजी नहीं है। जिसको देखिए वही अस्त-व्यस्तता के मारे परेशान है। आजकल बड़प्पन दिखाने के कई साधन हैं, उनमें एक यह कहना भी कि ‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है।

’’बात बहुत गलत हो, ऐसा नहीं। जिसको देखिए, चेहरे पर हवाइयाँ उड़ रही हैं, नाक की सीध में दौड़ा जा रहा है। जिधर नजर डालिये उधर ही भाग-दौड़। आदमी ने मशीनें इज़ाद की, आराम के लिए मगर मकडे़ की तरह वह उन मशीनों में ही उलझकर अपनी आजादी खो बैठा, अपनी आदमियता खो बैठा। बाल-बच्चों के बीच भी दस मिनट इत्मीनान से बैठने का, दिल बहलाने का समय नहीं मिलता।

Q. मशीनों की खोज का कारण था कि :-

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

मैंने ‘अतिथि’ शब्द के समानान्तर एक दूसरा शब्द गढ़ा है- ‘असमय’। अतिथि का अर्थ है जिसकी तिथि न हो अर्थात् आने का दिन निश्चित न हो, मतलब कि जो बिना पूर्व सूचना के अकस्मात् टपक पड़े। ठीक उसी तरह ‘असमय’ का अर्थ कीजिए कि जिसका समय न हो जब चाहे आ जाए और आने में ही नहीं जाने में भी ‘असमय’ हो। तात्पर्य की कब तक रहेगा, कब जाएगा इसका कोई ठिकाना नहीं। मैं ‘अतिथियों से नहीं घबराता पर ‘असमय’ से जरूर कांपता हूँ, कारण है कि मैं कामकाजी आदमी हूँ।’ इस युग में कौन काम-काजी नहीं है। जिसको देखिए वही अस्त-व्यस्तता के मारे परेशान है। आजकल बड़प्पन दिखाने के कई साधन हैं, उनमें एक यह कहना भी कि ‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है।’’ 

बात बहुत गलत हो, ऐसा नहीं। जिसको देखिए, चेहरे पर हवाइयाँ उड़ रही हैं, नाक की सीध में दौड़ा जा रहा है। जिधर नजर डालिये उधर ही भाग-दौड़। आदमी ने मशीनें इज़ाद की, आराम के लिए मगर मकडे़ की तरह वह उन मशीनों में ही उलझकर अपनी आजादी खो बैठा, अपनी आदमियता खो बैठा। बाल-बच्चों के बीच भी दस मिनट इत्मीनान से बैठने का, दिल बहलाने का समय नहीं मिलता।

Q. ‘‘क्या बताऊँ साहब, खाना खाने तक की फुरसत नहीं मिलती, नींद और चैन हराम है’’ इस वाक्य को लेखक ने माना है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

निम्नलिखित काव्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

लीक पर वे चलें जिनके 
चरण दुर्बल और हारे हैं 
हमें तो जो हमारी यात्रा से बने 
ऐसे अनिर्मित पथ प्यारे हैं। 
साक्षी हो रहा रोक खडे़ 
पीले बांस के झुरमुट 
कि उनमें गा रही है जो हवा 
उसी से लिपटे हुए सपने हमारे हैं 
शेष जो भी है 
वक्ष खोले डोलती अमराईयाँ 
गर्व से आकाश थामे खड़े हैं 
ताड़ के ये पेड़ 
हिलती क्षितिज की झालरें 
झूमती हर डाल पर बैठी 
फलों से लदी भारती 
खिल खिलाती शोख अल्हड़ हवा 
गायक मंडली से थिरकते आते गगन में मेघ 
वाद्य यन्त्रों से पडे़ टीले 

Q. बनी बनाई लीक पर कौन चलते हैं 

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

निम्नलिखित काव्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

लीक पर वे चलें जिनके 
चरण दुर्बल और हारे हैं 
हमें तो जो हमारी यात्रा से बने 
ऐसे अनिर्मित पथ प्यारे हैं। 
साक्षी हो रहा रोक खडे़ 
पीले बांस के झुरमुट 
कि उनमें गा रही है जो हवा 
उसी से लिपटे हुए सपने हमारे हैं 
शेष जो भी है 
वक्ष खोले डोलती अमराईयाँ 
गर्व से आकाश थामे खड़े हैं 
ताड़ के ये पेड़ 
हिलती क्षितिज की झालरें 
झूमती हर डाल पर बैठी 
फलों से लदी भारती 
खिल खिलाती शोख अल्हड़ हवा 
गायक मंडली से थिरकते आते गगन में मेघ 
वाद्य यन्त्रों से पडे़ टीले  

Q. राह रोके कौन खड़े हैं :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

निम्नलिखित काव्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

लीक पर वे चलें जिनके 
चरण दुर्बल और हारे हैं 
हमें तो जो हमारी यात्रा से बने 
ऐसे अनिर्मित पथ प्यारे हैं। 
साक्षी हो रहा रोक खडे़ 
पीले बांस के झुरमुट 
कि उनमें गा रही है जो हवा 
उसी से लिपटे हुए सपने हमारे हैं 
शेष जो भी है 
वक्ष खोले डोलती अमराईयाँ 
गर्व से आकाश थामे खड़े हैं 
ताड़ के ये पेड़ 
हिलती क्षितिज की झालरें 
झूमती हर डाल पर बैठी 
फलों से लदी भारती 
खिल खिलाती शोख अल्हड़ हवा 
गायक मंडली से थिरकते आते गगन में मेघ 
वाद्य यन्त्रों से पडे़ टीले  

Q. कविता के सपने किससे लिपटे हैं :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

निम्नलिखित काव्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

लीक पर वे चलें जिनके 
चरण दुर्बल और हारे हैं 
हमें तो जो हमारी यात्रा से बने 
ऐसे अनिर्मित पथ प्यारे हैं। 
साक्षी हो रहा रोक खडे़ 
पीले बांस के झुरमुट 
कि उनमें गा रही है जो हवा 
उसी से लिपटे हुए सपने हमारे हैं 
शेष जो भी है 
वक्ष खोले डोलती अमराईयाँ 
गर्व से आकाश थामे खड़े हैं 
ताड़ के ये पेड़ 
हिलती क्षितिज की झालरें 
झूमती हर डाल पर बैठी 
फलों से लदी भारती 
खिल खिलाती शोख अल्हड़ हवा 
गायक मंडली से थिरकते आते गगन में मेघ 
वाद्य यन्त्रों से पडे़ टीले 

Q. वक्ष खोले कौन डोलता है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

निम्नलिखित काव्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

लीक पर वे चलें जिनके 
चरण दुर्बल और हारे हैं 
हमें तो जो हमारी यात्रा से बने 
ऐसे अनिर्मित पथ प्यारे हैं। 
साक्षी हो रहा रोक खडे़ 
पीले बांस के झुरमुट 
कि उनमें गा रही है जो हवा 
उसी से लिपटे हुए सपने हमारे हैं 
शेष जो भी है 
वक्ष खोले डोलती अमराईयाँ 
गर्व से आकाश थामे खड़े हैं 
ताड़ के ये पेड़ 
हिलती क्षितिज की झालरें 
झूमती हर डाल पर बैठी 
फलों से लदी भारती 
खिल खिलाती शोख अल्हड़ हवा 
गायक मंडली से थिरकते आते गगन में मेघ 
वाद्य यन्त्रों से पडे़ टीले 

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

शाब्दिक और अशाब्दिक है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

श्रुतलेख से तात्पर्य है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

लिखना, पढ़ने से पहले सीखना चाहिए-यह विचार किसका है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

संरचनात्मक पद्धति किस शिक्षण-सूत्र पर आधारित है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

रसानुभूति किस विधा के शिक्षण का प्रमुख उद्देश्य है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 111

काव्य के कितने भेद हैं ? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

तार्किक क्रम में विचार प्रस्तुत करना, एक तत्व है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 113

उच्चारण सम्बन्धी दोष के निवारण के लिए किस प्रकार की सहायक सामग्री का उपयोग कर सकते हैं :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 114

चित्र पुस्तिका है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

निम्न में से कौन सा पाठ्यपुस्तक का बाह्य गुण नहीं है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

बच्चों का शब्द भंडार कितने प्रकार का होता है ? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

मूल्यांकन की सबसे अधिक प्रचलित प्रविधि है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

ब्लूम ने मूल्यांकन प्रक्रिया को किस रूप में माना है:- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

क्रियात्मक अनुसंधान का प्रथम पद होता है :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

लेखन मापनी स्वतः ही एक :- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. Against each number, there are five words one of which fills the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case. 

In any organized group of mammals, no matter how co-operative, there is always a ( 121) for social dominance. As he pursues this, each adult individual ( 122) a particular social rank, giving him his position, or status, in the group hierarchy. The situation never remains ( 123) for very long, largely because all the status struggles are ( 124) older. When the overlords, or ‘top-dogs’, become senile. Their seniority is challenged and they are ( 125) by their immediate subordinates. There is then renewed dominance squabbling as it moves a little farther up the social ladder. At the other end of the scale, the younger members of the group are maturing rapidly, keeping up the pressure from peer group in addition, certain members of the group may suddenly be down by disease or accidental death, leaving gaps in the hierarchy that have to be quickly filled. 
The general result is a constant condition of status tension. Under natural stages this tension remains tolerable because of the limited size of the social groupings. If, however, in the artificial environment of captivity, the group size becomes too big, or the space available too small, then the status ‘rat race’ soon gets out of hand, dominance battles rage uncontrollably and the leaders of the packs, prides, colonies or tribes come under ( 126) strain. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. What does the example of the auto industry indicate? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. What was the impact of NRIs successfully managing multi-national companies? 
(A) Increased confidence of multinational firms in Indian leadership 
(B) It reduced investment in China which in turn was diverted to India 
(C) It paved the way for networking and trade partnership between China and India 

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. Which of the following is/are the factor/s that have enhanced India’s reputation? 
(A) Large, young, technically qualified workforce 
(B) India’s cordial relationship with China 
(C) Its growth was fuelled by the investment in frastouchure manufacturing 

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. What changed the global perception of the Indian economy? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. Which statement relates the passage most appropriately? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in Underline as used in the passage. 

PONDER  

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in Underline as used in the passage. 
PARAMOUNT 

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word given in Underline as used in the passage. 
VIABLE 

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 

Nobel prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz, described “globalization as a double-edged sword”. For those willing to seize the opportunities and manage globalization on their own terms, it has provided the basis of unprecedented growth. 
“Taking full advantage of globalization India has managed a historically unprecedented growth rate for more than a decade and a half. Following the Washington consensus in the last quarter of 20th century, international institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mounted a sustained campaign to push liberalization of national economies and privatization of their public sector. Empirical studies have amply demonstrated that the benefits of the globalization have not been shared by all the countries. Even in the same country, the benefits arising out of globalization have not filtered to the various strata of the population and disparities have widened. Thus, there are transparent inequalities amongst the countries as also within the same country. India is no exception to the latter. In most of the poorer countries in Africa growth rates have not registered any improvements and the number of people below the poverty line has in some cases doubled. Moreover, there is the reluctance of developed countries in removing the trade-distorting subsidies in agriculture and giving duty-free market access to the least developed countries with very limited exportable products. 

The issue is how has India reaped benefits of globalization? To assume that economic, fiscal, trade and allied policies initiated by the government created an environment which facilitated economic advancement on these fronts will amount to manipulation of ground realities. The foremost factor which engineered the growth in India was the emergence of a self-reliant middle class equipped with strong knowledge base with technical qualifications. They pursued innovative businesses requiring managerial and technical skills in the upcoming sectors like information technology and other allied fields. Instead of the traditional industry-led growth path followed by the west and other developing countries, India opted for services-led growth which had visible, tangible results. In the manufacturing sector, technological innovation, low-cost production, ability to quickly adapt to changes, establishing world-class R & D facilities, etc., greatly helped in successfully meeting global competition. The automobile industry is a classic example. The strong presence of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the developed countries occupying senior management positions in several multinational corporations built confidence in Indian managerial competence and leadership. This promoted MNC s’ networking with India (as also in China) with its expanding domestic market which in the present circumstances remained the only viable option for their sustained growth in the future. The success stories of business controlled by NRIs in the western markets established India’s reputation as a dependable and disciplined businessman. The well established democratic political framework, large young population ingrained with the absorption capacity of new technologies have all created a responsive realization that India is marching ahead. The initiative largely of its private sector in expanding connectively by improved telecommunication, low-cost air transportation, and vast press. TV and other media penetration ignited awareness amongst all sections of its people of a bright future and thus radically changed their perception, thinking, and actions. Furthermore, the entire world took note of unexploited potentials of India is becoming a competitive center of excellence and cost-efficiency.

Q. Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word given in underline as used in the passage. 
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QUESTION: 136

What is the lowest level of Cognitive Domain ? 

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QUESTION: 137

Effective learning takes place when students are- 

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QUESTION: 138

Which function of language states that it is a means of giving directions to others ? 

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QUESTION: 139

What are the various method and techniques used for the exposition of difficult words ? 

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QUESTION: 140

Which of the following is not a linguistic principle ? 

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QUESTION: 141

Aural-Oral-Approach means teaching a language by giving opportunities to the students to: 

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QUESTION: 142

What is the other name of structural approach ? 

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QUESTION: 143

Which of the following grammar lays stress on rules ? 

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QUESTION: 144

We use ----------to talk about something that happened within a definite time span- 

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QUESTION: 145

Which of the following is/are characteristic of language? 

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QUESTION: 146

Who said: “The Standard Indian pronunciation should be free from the gravitational pull of mother-tongue” 

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QUESTION: 147

One of the drawbacks of tracing method of teaching handwriting is that it hinders the ability of writing. 

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QUESTION: 148

When language is learnt naturally and without any systematic practice then it is called as- 

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“Language acquisition can be automatically attained” favored by- 

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Anecdotal records is a technique of: 

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