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6 Docs | 2 Videos | 1 Tests
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I had (31) to become a multipurpose manager. I took three steps to accomplish this. First, I took very (32) part in professional associations. I (33) the National President of the Indian Society for Training and Development - one of the (34) organisations for HR professionals. This helped me to grow professionally. My communication skills (35). It also taught me (36) to conduct meetings in an effective manner. My job (37) me to different parts of the country and (38) believe that (39) provided me with an education. I also wrote a lot. Newspaper editors often approached me with (40) to write articles for their publications.a)wishb)offerc)appointmentsd)requestse)commandsCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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The term 'Emotional Intelligence', first coined by psychologists Mayer and Salovey (1990), refers to one's capacity to perceive, process and regulate emotional information accurately and effectively, both within oneself and in others and to use this information to guide one's thinking and actions and to influence those of others.Emotional intelligence can lead us on the path to a fulfilled and happy life by providing a framework through which to apply standards of intelligence to emotional responses and understand that these responses may be logically consistent or inconsistent with particular beliefs about emotion.As the workplace evolves, so too does the body of research supporting that individuals (from interns to managers) with higher EI are better equipped to work cohesively within teams, deal with change more effectively, and manage stress - thus enabling them to more efficiently pursue business objectives. Goleman (1995) recognized five distinct categories of skills which form the key characteristics of EI and proposed that, unlike one's intelligence quotient (IQ), these categorical skills can be learned where absent and improved upon where present. Thus, EI, unlike its relatively fixed cousin, IQ, is instead a dynamic aspect of one's psyche and includes behavioral traits that, when worked upon, can yield significant benefits, from personal happiness and well-being to elevated success in a professional context.Emotional intelligence has been shown to play a meaningful role in academic success, mental and physical health, as well as attainment in professional domains; the findings of Bar-On (1997) suggested that people with higher EI performed better than those with lower EI in life. In the modern, agile workplace, there is an ever-increasing emphasis from employers on the importance of EI over academic qualifications.The importance of EI should not go unappreciated; the ability to understand and manage your emotions is the first step in realizing your true potential. How can we achieve meaningful progress if we don't recognize and acknowledge the point from where we're starting? When checking directions on your sat-nav, a destination is useless unless we know the origin.Whether it be connecting with others and improving interpersonal communication, achieving success in the workplace or social relationships, dealing with stress and improving motivation or refining decision-making skills - emotional intelligence plays a central role in realizing success in both personal and professional life.Q. What is the primary motive of the author in the passage?a)To point out the difference between EQ and IQ.b)To point out the need of developing a high EQ for individuals.c)To guide individuals on how to get promotions in their professional lives.d)To explain EI and its importance professionally for an individual.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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The term Emotional Intelligence, first coined by psychologists Mayer and Salovey (1990), refers to ones capacity to perceive, process and regulate emotional information accurately and effectively, both within oneself and in others and to use this information to guide ones thinking and actions and to influence those of others. Emotional intelligence can lead us on the path to a fulfilled and happy life by providing a framework through which to apply standards of intelligence to emotional responses and understand that these responses may be logically consistent or inconsistent with particular beliefs about emotion.As the workplace evolves, so too does the body of research supporting that individuals (from interns to managers) with higher EI are better equipped to work cohesively within teams, deal with change more effectively, and manage stress - thus enabling them to more efficiently pursue business objectives. Goleman (1995) recognized five distinct categories of skills which form the key characteristics of EI and proposed that, unlike ones intelligence quotient (IQ), these categorical skills can be learned where absent and improved upon where present. Thus, EI, unlike its relatively fixed cousin, IQ, is instead a dynamic aspect of ones psyche and includes behavioral traits that, when worked upon, can yield significant benefits, from personal happiness and well-being to elevated success in a professional context. Emotional intelligence has been shown to play a meaningful role in academic success, mental and physical health, as well as attainment in professional domains; the findings of Bar-On (1997) suggested that people with higher EI performed better than those with lower EI in life. In the modern, agile workplace, there is an ever-increasing emphasis from employers on the importance of EI over academic qualifications. The importance of EI should not go unappreciated; the ability to understand and manage your emotions is the first step in realizing your true potential. How can we achieve meaningful progress if we dont recognize and acknowledge the point from where were starting? When checking directions on your sat-nav, a destination is useless unless we know the origin.Whether it be connecting with others and improving interpersonal communication, achieving success in the workplace or social relationships, dealing with stress and improving motivation or refining decision-making skills - emotional intelligence plays a central role in realizing success in both personal and professional life. [Extracted, with edits and revisions, from an article from positivepsychology.com, titled: The Importance of Emotional Intelligence, by Elaine Houston]What is the primary motive of the author in the passage?a)To point out the difference between EQ and IQ.b)To point out the need of developing a high EQ for individuals.c)To guide individuals on how to get promotions in their professional lives.d)To explain EI and its importance professionally for an individual.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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With reference to the “Samagra Shiksha” Scheme, consider the following statements:1. It is an integrated scheme for imparting professional technical skills in higher education in the STEM fields.2. It is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme launched by Ministry of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship.Select the correct answer using the code given below:a)1 onlyb)2 onlyc)Both 1 and 2d)Neither 1 nor 2Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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In an endeavour to make women independent and employment-ready, the National Commission for Women has launched a country-wide capacity building and personality development program for women Undergraduate and Post graduate students. The Commission is collaborating with Central and State universities for organizing sessions on Personal Capacity Building, Professional Career Skills and Digital Literacy and Effective Use of Social Media to prep women students for entering the job market. NCW launched its first program in collaboration with the Central University of Haryana. The course will focus on learning and applying the use of intuitive, logical and critical thinking, communication and interpersonal skills to enhance employability. The course has been divided into three categories; Personal Capacity Building, Professional Career Skills and Digital Literacy and Effective Use of Social Media. Hence only statement 2 is correct.
As other professionals (a) / surgeons and doctors are liable (b) / to face the consequences of negligence (c) / in their professional work. (d) / No error (e)a)As other professionalsb)surgeons and doctors are liablec)to face the consequences of negligenced)in their professional work.e)No errorCorrect answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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We want the trainer to be him who has the best rapport knowledge about the subject and the most superior communication skills.a)We want the trainer to be him who has the best rapport knowledge about the subject and the most superior communication skills.b)We want the trainer to be he who has the best rapport knowledge about het subject and the most superior communication skills.c)We want him to be the trainer who has the best rapport knowledge about the subject and the most superior communication skills.d)We desire that the trainer be him who has the best rapport knowledge about the subject and the most superior communication skill.e)We would want the trainer to be him who has the best rapport knowledge about the subject and superior most communications skill.Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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What is personal skill for professional?
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I have an buisness idea for searching rental rooms for student. I want partner who is professional in IT sector, have management skill, and know about web development and Android software. If any bady is interested, contact me , follow me.?
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With reference to the National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professionals Bill, 2021, consider the following statements:1. The Bill sets up the National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professions.2. The Commission will constitute a Professional Council for every recognised category of allied and healthcare professions.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?a)1 onlyb)2 onlyc)Both 1 and 2d)Neither 1 nor 2Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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give an explicit example of each of the followinga.any professional body and its associated professional.b. pure business riskc.extractive industryd.enterpot trade Related: NCERT Solutions - Nature and Purpose of Business?
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With reference to the National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professionals Bill, 2021, consider the following statements:1. The Bill sets up the National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professions.2. The Commission will constitute a Professional Council for every recognised category of allied and healthcare professions.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?a)1 onlyb)2 onlyc)Both 1 and 2d)Neither 1 nor 2Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.understand _______ transformational technical skillsa)Aboutb)Atc)Amongd)UponCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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The passage given below is followed by four summaries. Choose the option that best captures the author’s position.Production and legitimation of scientific knowledge can be approached from a number of perspectives. To study knowledge production from the sociology of professions perspective would mean a focus on the institutionalization of a body of knowledge. The professions-approach informed earlier research on managerial occupation, business schools and management knowledge. It however tends to reify institutional power structures in its understanding of the links between knowledge and authority. Knowledge production is restricted in the perspective of the selected members of the professional community, most notably to the university faculties and professional colleges. Power is understood as a negative mechanism, which prevents the non-professional actors from offering their ideas and information as legitimate knowledge.a) Professions-approach focuses on the creation of institutions of higher education and disciplines to promote knowledge productionb) The study of knowledge production can be done through many perspectives.c) The professions-approach has been one of the most relied upon perspective in the study of management knowledge production.d) Professions-approach aims at the institutionalization of knowledge but restricts knowledge production as a function of a select few.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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In a corporate meeting, Aryan, Bablu, Cena, Deepak, and Eda were sitting to discuss the current financial crisis.A total of 3 attributes were tagged to all 5 people which were Skill, City, and University.The skills included were ADL, TT, R, and SQL. One person could have more than one skills.Cities included were Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Fatehabad, and Ambala.Universities included SRM, VIT, Thapar, Shivnadar, and Anna University.All of them hail from different cities and universities.Initial letters of the persons name, skills name, citys name, and universitys name of any particular person were different.Some interlinking information was also given1. Deepak was not from Ambala.2. Ankush belonged to Fatehabad and studied at VIT University.3. Bablu had his studies from Anna University and had SQL and TT in his skills.4. Cena belonged to Bombay and studied at Thapar University.5. Eda didnt study at ShivNadar University.6. Only one person didnt have TT as his skill.7. Only two people didnt have SQL as their skill.8. Only people from Delhi and Calcutta didnt have R as their skills.9. Only students of Thapar and Shivnadar had ADL as their skill.Q.How many of them had at most 2 skills?a)3b)2c)4d)5Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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InstructionsFor the following questions answer them individuallyThe passage given below is followed by four summaries. Choose the option that best captures the author’s position.Production and legitimation of scientific knowledge can be approached from a number of perspectives. To study knowledge production from the sociology of professions perspective would mean a focus on the institutionalization of a body of knowledge. The professions-approach informed earlier research on managerial occupation, business schools and management knowledge. It however tends to reify institutional power structures in its understanding of the links between knowledge and authority.Knowledge production is restricted in the perspective to the selected members of the professional community, most notably to the university faculties and professional colleges. Power is understood as a negative mechanism, which prevents the non-professional actors from offering their ideas and information as legitimate knowledge.a)Professions-approach focuses on the creation of institutions of higher education and disciplines to promote knowledge productionb)The study of knowledge production can be done through many perspectivesc)The professions-approach has been one of the most relied upon perspective in the study of management knowledge productiond)Professions-approach aims at the institutionalization of knowledge but restricts knowledge production as a function of a select fewCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship Programme has been launched. In a bid to strengthen skills training at district level, the [X] ministry on Saturday launched the Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship (MGNF) programme nationwide in partnership with nine Indian Institutes of Management across India. The programme has been launched under under the [Y] loan assisted programme SANKALP.IIM [Z] announced the launch of ‘Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship’ (MGNF) 2021-23 in collaboration with the [X] ministry, Government of India and State Skill Development Missions (SSDMs).The Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship is a unique opportunity for young, dynamic individuals to combine classroom sessions at IIM with engagement in the district economies to promote skill development and skill planning.The AMs focus on management principles, economic development, public policy, and soft skills and have been designed to address the needs of the MGN Fellows in allowing them to understand opportunities and challenges to enable a flexible, skill-based economy in their district and to identify opportunities and infrastructure needed to support it.The District Immersion module would provide a framework to help the MGN Fellows negotiate the district-specific challenges in the context of documenting institutional weaknesses at the district level, identifying schemes that work well, undertaking detailed resource mapping, and formulating a rigorously researched District Skill Development Plan (DDP) that chart out a strategy for economic development at the district.Q. What is the full form of SANKALP?a)Skills And Knowledge Acquisition for Livelihood Promotionb)Skills And Networking Knowledge Awareness for Livelihood Promotionc)Skill Acquisition and Knowledge Awareness for Livelihood Promotiond)Skill Acquisition and Knowledge Attention for Livelihood PromotionCorrect answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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DIRECTIONS for the question : Identify the most appropriate summary for the paragraph and write the key for most appropriate option.(2018)Production and legitimation of scientific knowledge can be approached from a number of perspectives. To study knowledge production from the sociology of professions perspective would mean a focus on the institutionalization of a body of knowledge. The professions approach informed earlier research on managerial occupation, business schools and management knowledge. It however tends to reify institutional power structures in its understanding of the links between knowledge and authority. Knowledge production is restricted in the perspective to the selected members of the professional community, most notably to the university faculties and professional colleges.Power is understood as a negative mechanism, which prevents the non-professional actors from offering their ideas and information as legitimate knowledge.a)Professions-approach aims at the institutionalization of knowledge but restricts knowledge production as a function of a select fewb)Professions-approach focuses on the creation of institutions of higher education and disciplines to promote knowledge productionc)The study of knowledge production can be done through many perspectivesd)The professions-approach has been one of the most relied upon perspective in the study of management knowledge productionCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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In order to get admission in chartered accountancy course Yash had to appear for a series of examination as the admission criteria was very strict. Whereas his cousin Faisal joined a management college to persue a discipline course without much formalities. Identify the related feature of management as profession being described here A. well defined body of knowledge B. Restricted entry C. Professional association D. Ethical code of conduct?
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In a corporate meeting, Aryan, Bablu, Cena, Deepak, and Eda were sitting to discuss the current financial crisis.A total of 3 attributes were tagged to all 5 people which were Skill, City, and University.The skills included were ADL, TT, R, and SQL. One person could have more than one skills.Cities included were Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Fatehabad, and Ambala.Universities included SRM, VIT, Thapar, Shivnadar, and Anna University.All of them hail from different cities and universities.Initial letters of the persons name, skills name, citys name, and universitys name of any particular person were different.Some interlinking information was also given1. Deepak was not from Ambala.2. Ankush belonged to Fatehabad and studied at VIT University.3. Bablu had his studies from Anna University and had SQL and TT in his skills.4. Cena belonged to Bombay and studied at Thapar University.5. Eda didnt study at ShivNadar University.6. Only one person didnt have TT as his skill.7. Only two people didnt have SQL as their skill.8. Only people from Delhi and Calcutta didnt have R as their skills.9. Only students of Thapar and Shivnadar had ADL as their skill.Q.Who belong to Shivnadar university?a)Deepakb)Ankushc)Cenad)BabluCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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In a corporate meeting, Aryan, Bablu, Cena, Deepak, and Eda were sitting to discuss the current financial crisis.A total of 3 attributes were tagged to all 5 people which were Skill, City, and University.The skills included were ADL, TT, R, and SQL. One person could have more than one skills.Cities included were Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Fatehabad, and Ambala.Universities included SRM, VIT, Thapar, Shivnadar, and Anna University.All of them hail from different cities and universities.Initial letters of the persons name, skills name, citys name, and universitys name of any particular person were different.Some interlinking information was also given1. Deepak was not from Ambala.2. Ankush belonged to Fatehabad and studied at VIT University.3. Bablu had his studies from Anna University and had SQL and TT in his skills.4. Cena belonged to Bombay and studied at Thapar University.5. Eda didnt study at ShivNadar University.6. Only one person didnt have TT as his skill.7. Only two people didnt have SQL as their skill.8. Only people from Delhi and Calcutta didnt have R as their skills.9. Only students of Thapar and Shivnadar had ADL as their skill.Q.Which of the following is correct?a)Bablu - SQL, TT - Calcutta - Anna universityb)Ankush - SQL, TT - Fatehabad - VITc)Ankush - SQL, TT, R - Fatehabad - VITd)Eda- TT - Ambala - SRMCorrect answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Recognition of Prior Learning Scheme is sometimes mentioned in the news with reference to:a)Certifying the skills acquired by construction workers through traditional channels.b)Enrolling the persons in Universities for distance learning programmes.c)Reserving some skilled jobs to rural and urban poor in some public sector undertakings.d)Certifying the skills acquired by trainees under the National Skill Development Programme.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.Technical skill _______ to the abilitya)Refersb)Referc)Referenced)ReferredCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skilla)Ofb)Fromc)Atd)ForCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.he must know _______ skill and what levela)Whenb)Whichc)Whiled)WhoCorrect answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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DIRECTIONS for the question : Identify the most appropriate summary for the paragraph and write the key for most appropriate option.(2018)Production and legitimation of scientific knowledge can be approached from a number of perspectives. To study knowledge production from the sociology of professions perspective would mean a focus on the institutionalization of a body of knowledge. The professions approach informed earlier research on managerial occupation, business schools and management knowledge. It however tends to reify institutional power structures in its understanding of the links between knowledge and authority. Knowledge production is restricted in the perspective to the selected members of the professional community, most notably to the university faculties and professional colleges.Power is understood as a negative mechanism, which prevents the non-professional actors from offering their ideas and information as legitimate knowledge.a)Professions-approach aims at the institutionalization of knowledge but restricts knowledge production as a function of a select fewb)Professions-approach focuses on the creation of institutions of higher education and disciplines to promote knowledge productionc)The study of knowledge production can be done through many perspectivesd)The professions-approach has been one of the most relied upon perspective in the study of management knowledge productionCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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In order to get admission in chartered accountancy course Yash had to appear for a series of examination as the admission criteria was very strict. Whereas his cousin Faisal joined a management college to persue a discipline course without much formalities. Identify the related feature of management as profession being described here A. well defined body of knowledge B. Restricted entry C. Professional association D. Ethical code of conduct?
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In a corporate meeting, Aryan, Bablu, Cena, Deepak, and Eda were sitting to discuss the current financial crisis.A total of 3 attributes were tagged to all 5 people which were Skill, City, and University.The skills included were ADL, TT, R, and SQL. One person could have more than one skills.Cities included were Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Fatehabad, and Ambala.Universities included SRM, VIT, Thapar, Shivnadar, and Anna University.All of them hail from different cities and universities.Initial letters of the persons name, skills name, citys name, and universitys name of any particular person were different.Some interlinking information was also given1. Deepak was not from Ambala.2. Ankush belonged to Fatehabad and studied at VIT University.3. Bablu had his studies from Anna University and had SQL and TT in his skills.4. Cena belonged to Bombay and studied at Thapar University.5. Eda didnt study at ShivNadar University.6. Only one person didnt have TT as his skill.7. Only two people didnt have SQL as their skill.8. Only people from Delhi and Calcutta didnt have R as their skills.9. Only students of Thapar and Shivnadar had ADL as their skill.Q.Who belong to Shivnadar university?a)Deepakb)Ankushc)Cenad)BabluCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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In a corporate meeting, Aryan, Bablu, Cena, Deepak, and Eda were sitting to discuss the current financial crisis.A total of 3 attributes were tagged to all 5 people which were Skill, City, and University.The skills included were ADL, TT, R, and SQL. One person could have more than one skills.Cities included were Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Fatehabad, and Ambala.Universities included SRM, VIT, Thapar, Shivnadar, and Anna University.All of them hail from different cities and universities.Initial letters of the persons name, skills name, citys name, and universitys name of any particular person were different.Some interlinking information was also given1. Deepak was not from Ambala.2. Ankush belonged to Fatehabad and studied at VIT University.3. Bablu had his studies from Anna University and had SQL and TT in his skills.4. Cena belonged to Bombay and studied at Thapar University.5. Eda didnt study at ShivNadar University.6. Only one person didnt have TT as his skill.7. Only two people didnt have SQL as their skill.8. Only people from Delhi and Calcutta didnt have R as their skills.9. Only students of Thapar and Shivnadar had ADL as their skill.Q.Which of the following is correct?a)Bablu - SQL, TT - Calcutta - Anna universityb)Ankush - SQL, TT - Fatehabad - VITc)Ankush - SQL, TT, R - Fatehabad - VITd)Eda- TT - Ambala - SRMCorrect answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Recognition of Prior Learning Scheme is sometimes mentioned in the news with reference to:a)Certifying the skills acquired by construction workers through traditional channels.b)Enrolling the persons in Universities for distance learning programmes.c)Reserving some skilled jobs to rural and urban poor in some public sector undertakings.d)Certifying the skills acquired by trainees under the National Skill Development Programme.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.Technical skill _______ to the abilitya)Refersb)Referc)Referenced)ReferredCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skilla)Ofb)Fromc)Atd)ForCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.Technical skill _________ to the ability and knowledge to use the pedagogy, tools and techniques involved in the teaching and research of a specific subject. Ability in programming or software designing and operating a computer is, _______ instance, a technical skill. There are two things a teacher should understand _________transformational technical skills. In the first place, he must know _________ skill and what level of skill should be applied on a particular student. He should be _________enough with their potential to ask discerning questions. Secondly, a teacher must understand the role of each event organised and the transformational skill applied, and the inter-relationships between the events and skills.Q.he must know _______ skill and what levela)Whenb)Whichc)Whiled)WhoCorrect answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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