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Paper I

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Time Allowed : 75 Minutes]


[Maximum Marks : 100
Note : (1) This Paper contains Sixty (60) multiple choice questions, each question
carrying Two (2) marks.
(2) Attempt any Fifty (50) questions.
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(2)
1.

vkgsrdks.kR;kgh iUukl

(50)

iz'ukaph mkjs fygk-

Suresh and Vidya are cousins.


Madhuri is the sister of Vidya.
Ganesh is the father of Suresh. How
is Madhuri related to Ganesh ?

1.

(A) Daughter
(B) Niece
(C) Cousin
(D) Uncle
2.

In a code language, the word BAD


is written as 658. In the same
language, what could be the code for
FIG ?

2.

(A) 9 12 10

(A) 9 12 10

3.

lqjs'k vkf.k fo|k gh pqyrHkkoaMs vkgsrek/kqjh gh fo|kph cgh.k vkgs- x.ks'k gs


lqjs'kps oMhy vkgsr- rj ek/kqjhps x.ks'k'kh
dk; ukrs vkgs \
(A) dU;k
(B) iqr.kh
(C) pqyrcfg.k
(D) pqyrs
,dk lkadfs rd Hkk"ksr BAD gk 'kCn 658
vlk fyfgrkr- rj R;kp Hkk"ksr FIG ;k 'kCnkpk
lkadsrkad dk; vlsy \

(B) 10 13 11

(B) 10 13 11

(C) 8 11 13

(C) 8 11 13

(D) 10 12 13

(D) 10 12 13
3.

Which of the following pairs is


different from others ?
(A) BrotherSister
(B) TallShort
(C) BlackWhite
(D) OldYoung
3

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(A) Hkkcfg.k
(B) map[kqtk
(C) dkkika<jk
(D) o`r#.k
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4.

Find the
following :

odd-one

from

the

4.

(A) DFEG

(A) DFEG

(B) JLKM

(B) JLKM

(C) GHIK

(C) GHIK

(D) RTSU
5.

(D) RTSU

There are three statements I, II


and III. Based on these statements,
which of the conclusions is
correct ?

5.

Statements :
I.

Mahesh is taller than Arun.

II. Ganesh is shorter than Arun.


III. Seema is taller than Ganesh.
Conclusions :
(A) Arun is the tallest of all.
(B) Ganesh is shorter than Seema.
(C) Seema is taller than Mahesh.
(D) Mahesh is taller than Seema.
6.

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rs fygk %

Assuming that the following


statements I and II are true, which
of the following conclusions could be
true ?

6.

Statements :
I.

All teachers are managers.

II. Some teachers are females.


Conclusions :
1.

Some teachers are managers.

2.

No manager is a female.

(A) Only conclusion 1 follows.


(B) Only conclusion 2 follows.
(C) Both conclusions 1 and 2 follow.
(D) Both conclusion 1
conclusion 2 not follow.

and
4

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answer the questions 7 and 8 :

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Details of

[kpkZpk ri'khy

Read the following table and

Percentage

Expenditure

7.

[kk.;kfi.;kpk [kpZ

30

30

?kjHkkMs

25

House rent

25

f'k{k.k

12

Education

12

diMs

18

Clothing

18

brj (fdjdks)

15

Sundry

15

7.

A family earning Rs. 35,000 per


weeks. How much could they have
saved on food if they had stayed with
relatives during the holidays ?

(A) 1,750

#-

(B) 5,250

#-

(C) 1,050

#-

(D) 1,030

#-

(B) Rs. 5,250


(C) Rs. 1,050
8.

A newly married couple earns


Rs. 35,000 per month. If they spend
as per the table, how much can
they save in two years ?

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nk[koY;k izek.ks [kpZ dsyk] rj nksu o"kkr
rs fdrh cpr d: 'kdrhy \
(A) 20,000

(A) Rs. 20,000

#-

(B) Rs. 1,00,000

(B) 1,00,000

#-

(C) Rs. 1,00,800

(C) 1,00,800

#-

(D) Nil

(D)
5

ps

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tj R;kauh vkiY;k ukrsokbZdkadMs okLrO; dsys
vlrs] rj R;kaP;k [kk.;kfi.;kP;k [kpkZr fdrh
cpr >kyh vlrh \

(A) Rs. 1,750

(D) Rs. 1,030

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Expenses on food

month went on a holiday for two

8.

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Attempt questions 9 and 10

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using the data given in the

following table :

efgU;kae/;s vkysY;k lans'kkaph la[;k iq<hy

by six different breakdown service

rDR;ke/;s fnyh vkgs-

centres of a bus operator in a city


for a period of six months April-

lfOgZl ,fizy

September.
May

lksMok %

fc?kkM lsok dsakl ,fizy rs lIVsacj ;k lgk

number of breakdown calls received

April

10

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The following table shows the

Service

vkf.k

es

twu

tqyS vkWxLV

lIVsacj

lsaVj
June

July

August

September

67

79

48

70

78

88

68

75

87

62

84

74

71

55

58

78

59

69

Centre

9.

67

79

48

70

78

88

68

75

87

62

84

74

71

55

58

78

59

69

83

64

56

52

63

52

83

64

56

52

63

52

61

58

65

66

65

75

61

58

65

66

65

75

75

49

76

72

56

42

75

49

76

72

56

42

9.

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The service centre that received the

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minimum number of calls during the

deh vkgs-

six months is :
(A) V
(A) V
(B) X

(B) X

(C) Z

(C) Z

(D) U

(D) U
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10. The

difference

maximum

between

number

and

10.

the

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la[;k ;kae/khy Qjd ------------------------ ;k

the

minimum number of monthly calls

lfOgZl lsaVjlkBh lokZr tkLr vkgs-

is the largest for service centre :

(A) V

(A) V

(B) U

(B) U

(C) Z

(C) Z

(D) X

(D) X

11.

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------------------------------ ;k}kjs gksrs-

11. Quantitative data are best compared


in the form of a :

(A)

dks"Vd

(A) table

(B)

vk;rfp=

(B) histogram

(C)

fcUnq vkys[k

(C) dot plot

(D)

o`kkdkj rDrk

12. ----------------------------------

(D) pie chart

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12. The proportions of related items are


best shown by a :

tkrks-

(A) line graph

(A)

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(B) pie chart

(B)

o`kkdkj rDrk

(C) dot plot

(C)

fcUnw vkys[k

(D) histogram

(D)

vk;r fp=

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13. Identify the pair that appears in the

13.

reverse chronological order of

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vlysyh tksMh vks[kk %

development :
(A)

esuse o MsLdVkWi

(B)

MsLdVkWi o yWiVkWi

(C) Tablet and Laptop

(C)

VWCysV o yWiVkWi

(D) Laptop and Tablet

(D)

yWiVkWi o VWCysV

(A) Mainframe and Desktop


(B) Desktop and Laptop

14. Arrange the following units of

14.

computer memory in descending

iq<s fnysyh lax.kdkP;k Le`rhekiukph ,dds


mrjR;k ekuqlkj ekaMk %

order of magnitude :

ckbZV] fxxkckbZV] fcV] esxkckbZV] VsjkckbZV

byte, gigabyte, bit, megabyte,

(A)

terrabyte

VsjkckbZV] fxxkckbZV] esxkckbZV] ckbZV]


fcV

(A) terrabyte, gigabyte, megabyte,


byte, bit

(B)

(B) gigabyte, terrabyte, megabyte,

fxxkckbZV] VsjkckbZV] esxkckbZV] fcV]


ckbZV

bit, byte
(C)

fxxkckbZV] esxkckbZV] VsjkckbZV] ckbZV]

(C) gigabyte, megabyte, terrabyte,

fcV

byte, bit
(D)

(D) terrabyte, megabyte, gigabyte,

VsjkckbZV]
ckbZV

bit, byte
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15. Identify the matching pairs :
(i)

15.

JPEG Photo/Picture

iq<hyiSdh ;ksX; tksMk vks[kk %


(i)

(ii) MP3 Audio/Video

JPEG

fp=s@Nk;kfp=s

(ii) MP3

/ouh@n`d~&JkO;

(iii) XLS

ikWojikWbV lknjhdj.k

(iv) AVI

lkaf[;dh ekfgrh

(iii) XLS PowerPoint Presentation


(iv) AVI Statistical Information
(A) (i) and (ii)
(A) (i)

(B) (ii) and (iii)

vkf.k
vkf.k

(B) (ii)

(C) (iii) and (iv)

(C) (iii)

(D) (i) and (iv)

(D) (i)

16. In the context of Internet, UGC


stands for :

(ii)
(iii)

vkf.k

vkf.k

(iv)

(iv)

(A) University Grants Commission

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(B) Universal Graphic Communi-

(A)

;qfuOgflZVh xzV~l~ dfe'ku

(B)

;qfuOglZy xzkfQd dE;qfuds'ku

(C)

;qtj xzqi dkWfUQxjs'ku

(D)

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16.

cation
(C) User Group Configuration
(D) User Generated Content
17. Which of the following softwares
pictures ?

QksVks fdaok fp=kaoj izf;k dj.;klkBh


iq<hyiSdh dks.krs lkWVosvj okijys tkrs \

(A) Photocrop

(A)

QksVkskWi

(B) Photoshop

(B)

QksVks'kkWi

(C) Visucrop

(C)

fOgT;wkWi

(D) Picture Perfect

(D)

fiDpj ijQsDV

17.

is used for processing photos or

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18.

18. In the context of Internet, identify


the

incorrect

pair

from

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vks[kk %

the

following :
(A) .gov government website
(B) .com commercial website

(A) .gov

ljdkjh ladsrLFk

(B) .com

O;kikjh ladsrLFk

(C) .ac

(C) .ac accounting website

fg'kksckps ladsrLFk

(D) .edu

(D) .edu educational website


19.
19. Which one of the following regions

'kS{kf.kd ladsrLFk

Hkkjrkrhy iq < hyiS d h dks . krk iz n s ' k


thooSfo/;kP;k n`"Vhus flvfregokpkfi Eg.kwu

of India is known as biodiversity

vks[kyk xsyk vkgs \

hot-spot ?
(A)

iwoZ ?kkVh

(B)

Fkjps okoaV

(C)

nD[kups iBkj

(D)

if'pe ?kkVh

(A) Eastern Ghats


(B) Thar desert
(C) Deccan plateau
(D) Western Ghats
20.

20. The air pollutant known as

LokHkkfodi.ks flnq;efi vlysyk ok;wiznw"kd


dks.krk \

secondary in nature is :
(A) Sulphur dioxide

(A)

lYQj Mk;kWDlkbZM

(B) Ammonia

(B)

veksfu;k

(C) Peroxyacetyl nitrate

(C)

isjkWfDlvWlsfVy uk;VsV

(D) Methane

(D)

esFksu

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21. In hilly areas, landslides occur due

21.

Mksaxjk izns'kkr HkwL[kyu gks.;kps dkj.k

to :

Eg.kts %

(A) deforestation

(A)

oulagkj

(B) aforestation

(B)

ouhdj.k

(C)

okjk

(D)

pj.ks

(C) winds
(D) grazing
22. Fly ash is produced in a factory

22.

during :
(A) manufacturing

dkj[kkU;krhy dks.kR;k dk;Zizf;sr jk[k


r;kj gksrs \

chemical
(A)

jklk;fud [krkaph fufeZrh

(B)

ckWDlkbZVps 'kqhdj.k

(C)

iksyknkpk jl xk.ks

(D)

vkWf".kd oht fufeZrh

fertilizers
(B) refining of bauxite
(C) smelting steel
(D) production of thermal power
23.

23. Kyoto protocol aims at :

D;ksVks elq|kpk ms'k dks.krk \


(A)

(A) containing emissions of green-

i`Foh xje dj.kkjs ok;w deh izek.kkr


gosr lksM.ks

house gases
(B) stabilizing ozone cover

(B)

vks>ksu N=hps fLFkjhdj.k dj.ks

(C) reducing water pollution

(C)

tyiznw"k.k deh dj.ks

(D) arresting desertification

(D)

okoaVhdj.k Fkkaco.ks

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24. A major cause of water-borne

24.

diseases in India is :

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dkj.k Eg.kts %

(A) hardness of water


(B) scarcity of water

(A)

ik.;kpk dfB.ki.kk

(B)

ik.;kps nqfHkZ{k

(C)

iznwf"kr ik.kh

(D)

[kkjs ik.kh

(C) pollution of water


(D) saline water
25. Which of the following is a degree25.

awarding body ?
(A) Council of

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djrs \

Scientific and

Industrial Research

(A)

(B) University Grants Commission

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ifj"kn

(C) Gokhale Institute of Politics

(B)

fo'ofo|ky; vuqnku vk;ksx

(C)

xks[kys jkT;'kkL= o vFkZ'kkL= laLFkk

(D)

Hkkjrh; bfrgkl vuqla/kku ifj"kn

and Economics
(D) Indian Council of Historical
Research
26. In the Constitution of India, the

26.

Hkkjrh; jkT;?kVus u s f'k{k.k gk fo"k;


-------------------------- e/;s varHkwZr dsysyk vkgs-

power to legislate on education is a


part of :

(A)

la?klwph

(B)

jkT;lwph

(C) Concurrent list

(C)

lkekf;d lwph

(D) Seventh schedule

(D)

lkros ifjf'k"V

(A) Union list


(B) State list

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27. Full form of B.C.U.D. is :
(A) Bureau

of

College

27.
and

ch-lh-;w-Mh- ps iw.kZ :i dks.krs \


(A)

University Development
(B) Board

of

Councillors

C;wjks vkWQ dkWyst vM ;qfuOgflZVh


MsOgyiesaV

for

(B)

University Development

cksMZ vkWQ dkSfUlylZ QkWj ;qfuOgflZVh


MsOgyiesaV

(C) Board of College and University


(C)

Directors

cksMZ vkWQ dkWyst vM ;qfuOgflZVh


Mk;jsDVlZ

(D) Board of College and University


(D)

Development

cksMZ vkWQ dkWyst vM ;qfuOgflZVh


MsOgyiesaV

28. In state universities of Maharashtra,


a Board of Studies is formed by :

28.

egkjk"Vkrhy jkT; fo|kihBkar vH;kleaM


---------------------------- ;kaps curs-

(A) elected heads of departments


only
(B) elected heads of departments

(A)

QDr fuokZfpr foHkkxizeq[k

(B)

fuokZfpr foHkkxizeq[k vkf.k infunsZf'kr

and nominated experts

rK

(C) elected heads of departments


(C)

and nominated teachers

fuokZfpr foHkkxizeq[k vkf.k infunsZf'kr


f'k{kd

(D) elected heads of departments,


(D)

co-opted teachers and co-opted

fuokZfpr foHkkxizeq[k] Lohr f'k{kd


vkf.k Lohr rK

experts
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29. Long form of AICTE is :

29.

,-vk;-lh-Vh-bZ- ps iw.kZ :i dk; vkgs \

(A) All India Council for Technical


(A)

vkWy bafM;k dkSfUly QkWj VsfDudy

Education

,T;qds'ku

(B) All India Commission for


Technology Education
(C) All

India

Committee

(B)
for

vkWy bafM;k dfe'ku QkWj VsDukWykWth


,T;qds'ku

Teachers Education
(C)

vkWy bafM;k dfeVh QkWj VhplZ ,T;qd's ku

(D)

vkWy bafM;k dkxzsl QkWj Vsuh ,T;qds'ku

(D) All India Congress for Trainee


Education
30. Which of the following is an

30.

iq<hyiSdh dks.krk mie gk jkT; fo|kihBkP;k

extension activity of a state

foLrkj&dk;kZpk Hkkx vkgs \

university ?
(A) Continuing

and

Distance

(A)

fujarj vkf.k nwj f'k{k.k

(B)

tksM vH;kle jkco.ks

(C)

mipkjkRed v/;kiu

(D)

deok vkf.k f'kdk ;kstuk

Education
(B) Bridge Courses
(C) Remedial Teaching
(D) Earn and Learn Scheme
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31. Openbook tests are recommended

31.

mainly because :

iqLrd oki:u mkjs fyfg.;kP;k pkp.;kaph


f'kQkjl dj.;kps izeq[k dkj.k Eg.kts %

(A) they reduce malpractice in


(A)

examinations

R;kaP;keqs ijh{kkae/khy xSjO;ogkj deh


gksrkr

(B) students need not spend time in


(B)

studying for examination

fo|kF;kuk ijh{ksP;k r;kjhlkBh os


?kkyokok ykxr ukgh

(C) they reduce emphasis on rote


memory

(C)

(D) students are relaxed at the time

R;kaP;keqs ;kaf=d Lej.kkojhy Hkj deh


gksrks

of examination
(D)

ijh{ksP;k osh fo|kFkhZ fufapr vlrkr

32. What is the best use of internet in


32.

teaching ?

v/;kiukr varjtkykpk loksZke mi;ksx


dks.krk \

(A) For presenting content through


audio-visual media

(A)

(B) For providing latest information

n`d&JkO; ek/;ekrwu vk'k; lknj


dj.;klkBh

(C) For saving time and energy of


(B)

vR;k/kqfud ekfgrh iqjfo.;klkBh

(C)

f'k{kdkpk os o Je okpfo.;klkBh

(D)

v/;;u vkarjf;kRed dj.;klkBh

a teacher
(D) For making learning interactive
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33. The

most

recently

accepted

33.

paradigm of learning is that a

v/;;ukckcrph lokZr vfydMs Lohdkjysyh


fopkj/kkjk Eg.kts v/;;udrkZ gk %

learner is a :
(A)

Kkukpk jpf;rk vkgs

(B)

Kkukpk Lohdkjd vkgs

(C)

Kkukpk miHkksDrk vkgs

(D)

Kkukpk ladyd vkgs

(A) constructor of knowledge


(B) receiver of knowledge
(C) consumer of knowledge
(D) collector of knowledge
34.

34. The main purpose of including


practical work in curriculum is :

vH;klekr iz k R;f{kd dk;Z lekfo"V


dj.;kpk izeq[k gsrw Eg.kts %

(A) reducing over-emphasis on

(A)

theory

lSkfUrd Hkkxkojhy vfrfjDr Hkj deh


dj.ks

(B) developing various skills in


(B)

fo|kF;kP;k fofo/k dkS'kY;kapk fodkl

students

dj.ks
(C) helping students score better in
(C)

examination

fo|kF;kuk ijh{ksr vf/kd xq.k feo.;kr


enr dj.ks

(D) keeping students engaged


(D)

throughout the year


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35. The best way to understand content

35.

vk'k; vkdyukpk loksZke ekxZ Eg.kts %

is to :
(A)

vk'k; iqu%iqUgk okp.ks

(B)

vk'k;kps izdV o uarj ekSu okpu

(C)

Lej.kkrwu vk'k; fygwu dk<.ks

(D)

vk'k;kpk ;Fkk;ksX; lkjka'k r;kj dj.ks

(A) read the content repeatedly


(B) read the content aloud and then
silently
(C) write down the content from
memory
(D) prepare

an

36.

appropriate

summary of the content

[kkyhyiSdh dks.krs mnkgj.k vkarfjd izsj.ksps


ukgh \

36. Which of the following is not an


(A)

example of intrinsic motivation ?

fo'kkyyk jlk;u'kkL=kr vfHk#ph


vkgs

(A) Vishal is interested in Chemistry


(B)

(B) Suneeta is curious to know


about innovations in her

lquhrkyk frP;k fo"k;krhy uoksie


tk.kwu ?ks.;kph mRlqdrk vkgs

subject
(C)

(C) Ravi completes projects to

ijh{ksyk cl.;kl ik= Ogkos ;klkBh joh


izdYi iw.kZ djrks

become eligible to appear for


examination

(D)

(D) Tripta opts for communication

fohP;k O;olk;kr izos'k dj.;kph


bPNk vlY;keqs r`Irk laizs"k.k fo"k;kph

as she wants to enter into

fuoM djrs

marketing business
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37. Sampling in qualitative research is

37.

xq . kkRed la ' kks / kukrhy ueq u k fuoM gh

similar to ................................ sampling

la[;kRed la'kks/kukrhy uequk fuoMhP;k

in quantitative research.

------------------------ ;k izdkjklkj[kh vlrs-

(A) simple random

(A)

lk/kh ;kn`fPNd uequk fuoM

(B)

ir'khj uequk fuoM

(C)

fufnZ"Vka'k uequk fuoM

(D)

lgsrqd uequk fuoM

(B) systematic
(C) quota
(D) purposive
38. Close ended questions are those
38.

that :

i;kZ;c iz'u gs %
(A)

(A) relate to basic demographic

ewHkwr yksdla[;k'kkL=h; xq.k/kekZ'kh


lacaf/kr vlrkr

characteristics
(B) encourage elaborate response
(C) allows respondents not to

(B)

nh?kZ izfroknkyk izksRlkgu nsrkr

(C)

dqBY;kgh mkjkph 'kD;rk ukdkjrkr

(D)

laHkkO; mkjkaph fof'k"V O;kIrh vl.kkjs

answer
(D) have a fixed range of possible

vlrkr

answers
39.

39. Cross-cultural studies are an

vkarjlkaLfrd vH;kl gs -------------------- ps

example of :

mnkgj.k vkgs-

(A) case study

(A)

O;f"V vH;kl

(B) comparative study

(B)

rkSyfud vH;kl

(C) experimental study

(C)

izk;ksfxd vH;kl

(D) cross-sectional study

(D)

fr;Zd NsnkRed vH;kl

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40. What is a research design ?

40.

(A) A way of conducting research

la'kks/ku vkjk[kMk Eg.kts \


(A)

that is not grounded in theory

dj.;kpk ekxZ

(B) The choice between using


(B)

qualitative and quantitative

(C)

(C) The study in which you present

(D) A framework for every stage of

(D)

collection and analysis of data

ladyu o foys"k.k ;klkBh r;kj dsyy


s h
pkSdV ekfgrh

41. ................................. hypothesis is a


on

la'kks/ku Qfyrkps lknjhdj.k dj.;kph


ir

research findings

based

xq.kkRed o la[;kRed irhaid


S h ,dk
irhph fuoM

methods

proposal

lS ka f rd vk/kkj ulys y s la ' kks / ku

41. --------------------------

specific

ifjdYiuk gh fof'k"V

fujh{k.kkaoj vk/kkfjr ;kstuk vlrs-

observations.
(A) Directional

(A)

fn'kkn'kZd

(B) Null

(B)

fujkdj.kh;

(C) Deductive

(C)

vuqekukRed

(D) Inductive

(D)

izorZukRed

42. Which one of the following is the

42.

most important component of

ewY;kRed la'kks/kukpk lokZr egokpk ?kVd


dks.krk \

normative research ?

(A)

losZ{k.k

(B) participatory observation

(B)

lgHkkxkRed fujh{k.k

(C) deductive method

(C)

fuxeukRed ir

(D) field work

(D)

{ks= dk;Z

(A) survey

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Answer question Nos. 43 to 48

iz'u - 43 rs 48 gs iq<s fnysY;k mrk;koj

based on either the English

vk/kkfjr vkgsr- baxzthrhy fdaok ejkBhrhy

passage or the Marathi passage :

mrk;kojhy iz'ukaph mkjs |k %

In the lack of good knowledge of

ok~e;kph oxZokjh dso R;kP;k vH;klklkBh

grammar, it is impossible for one

gksr vlrs- txkrhy dks.kR;kgh dykoarkP;k

to write correctly and effectively. It

vuqHkokph dykRe vfHkO;Drh gs lkfgR; vlrs

must be borne in mind that all

vkf.k rsp [kjs lkfgR; vlrs- R;k O;frfjDr

well-informed and knowledgeable

izfl >kysys 'kCn yfyrlkfgR; ;k laKsl

persons judge a mans mind by his

ik= Bjr ulrs- ekuoh lekt fodflr gks.kkjk

writing or speaking. Indeed, to

lekt vkgs- R;kP;k fodklkP;k izR;sd voLFksus

acquire the knowledge of grammar

R;kr jkg.kk;k ek.klkyk lekt vkf.k

is not an easy task. The grammar

O;fDrdMs] fulxZ vkf.k bfrgklkdMs c?k.;kph

is not like arithmetic a science

,d n`"Vh fnysyh vlrs- ,dkp lektkrhy

consisting of several distinct

fHkUu&fHkUu O;Drhaps O;fDreo ,d lkj[ks

departments, some of which may

ulrs- dkj.k uSlfxZd lafprkr vkiys Lor%ps

be dispensed with; it is a whole

vftZr xq.k vkf.k thoun`"Vh felorkuk

and the whole must be learnt, or

,dla/k O;fDreokyk fofo/k vkdkj izkIr

no part is learnt. Its learning

gksrkr- gh fofo/krkp izk.kh vkf.k ek.kwl ;krhy

demands much reflection and

O;oPNsnd js"kk vkgs- R;keqs dks.kR;kgh O;Drhus


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much patience, but when one task

dks.kR;kgh dkkr vkiY;kyk ykHkysY;k vkf.k

is performed it is performed for life,

dekoysY;k thoun`"Vhrwu vkiys vuqHko

and in everyday of that life it will

vfHkO;Dr dsys rj rs lkfgR;p vlrs- R;kyk

be found to be, in a greater or less

vki.k izkphu] e/;;qxhu] vokZphu vls

degree, a source of pleasure or

dky[kaMkr] fdaok ikfpekR;] ikSokZR; vls

profit, or both together. The

jk"Vkar] xzkeh.k] 'kgjh vls izns'kkar fdaok

learning of grammar needs no

mPpoxhZ;] loZgkjk v'kk oxkr foHkkxr vlrks-

bodily exertion; it exposes the

;k foHkkx.khr dky] izns'k] oxZ b- Hksn vlys

student to no cold, no hunger, no

rjh R;kdMs lkfgR; Eg.kwu ikg.;kr Hksn

suffering of any sort. What more,

Bsork ;sr ulrkr- R;kph leh{kk dks.kR;kgh

the study does not affect the hours

oxZokjhP;k vuq"kaxkus dsyh rjh frpk xkHkk

of business, nor the hours of

ok~e;hu vkf.k dyk Eg.kwup vlkok ykxrks-

necessary exercise, but the hours

yfyr ok~e; gh ewyr% dyk vkgs vkf.k

usually spent on the tea and coffee

dysps f=dkykck/khr 'kkL= vlw 'kdr ukgh-

shops and in the mere gossip which

T;kauh dysyk vifjorZuh; 'kkL=kr cka/kwu

accompanies them. The wasted

Bso.;kpk iz;Ru dsyk R;k dyk foy; ikoY;k

hours of only one year, employed

vkf.k T;k Hkk"ksus v'kh 'kkL=s fuekZ.k dsyh

in the study of English grammar,

R;k Hkk"kk e`rizk; >kY;k- laLr gs R;kps cksyds

would make you a correct speaker

mnkgj.k vkgs- lkfgfR;d dykoarkP;k izfrHksyk


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and writer for the rest of your life.

tls LFky&dkykps ] la L rh&ija i js p s ]

One needs no school, no study

lekt&jktdkj.kkps lanHkZ vlrkr vkf.k R;klg

room, no expenses and not many

rh fodflr gksr vlrs- leh{kk'kkL= fdaok

tuitions and coachings of any sort.

lkSan;Z'kkL= dykfufeZrhiwohZ vfLrRokr ulrs-

If you are willing, you can

R;kpk mxe vkf.k fodkl ijthoh vlrks-

accomplish this undertaking with

lkfgR; vkf.k dykaP;k vuq"kaxkus R;kpk lrr

ease whether you are poor, pressed

fodkl gksr vlrks- fodflr dykfufeZrhizek.ks

with business or other conveniences

R;kyk Lor%yk fodflr Ogkos ykxrs fdaok

and have many other sorts of

futhZo fujFkZd cukos ykxrs- ewkr dysykp

problems.

thoukps vusd lanHkZ vlY;keqs frP;k


Lok;krspk fopkjp la'k;kLin vkgs-

43. Why is the knowledge of grammar


essential ?

43.

ok~ e ;kps oxhZ d j.k gh lkfgR;kP;k


vH;klkrhy ,d lks; vlyh] rjh dks.krsgh

(A) It is essential for an image in

oxhZdj.k dykRed vfHkO;Drhpsp ,d :i

the society

vlrs %

(B) It is necessary for judging the


mind of others
(C) It is essential for good speaking
and writing
(D) None of the above
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(A)

iwokZ/kZ pwd

(B)

mkjk/kZ pwd

(C)

laiw.kZ fo/kku cjkscj

(D)

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44.

44. How should grammar be learnt ?

lektkrhy izR;sd O;Drh vuU;lk/kkj.k vlrs]


dkj.k %

(A) It must be learnt as a whole


(B) Some of its parts may be
omitted like arithmetic
(C) It is not essential, you can
ignore anything
45.

(D) None of the above

(A)

thoun`"Vhrhy fofo/krk

(B)

vftZrxq.kkaph lekurk

(C)

lafprkph fo'kkyrk

(D)

ojhyiSdh ,dgh ukgh

lkfgR;kP;k fufeZrhr ys[kdkP;k thoukuqHkwrhyk


ftrds ego vlrs] frrds dky[kaMkrhy

45. The study of grammar demands :

vuqHkokyk ego ulrs %

(A) constant body exertion


(B) only the leisure time
(C) physical hardship
(D) heavy expenses for tuitions
46. A suitable title for the passage is :

46.

(A)

mkjk/kZ cjkscj

(B)

iwokZ/kZ cjkscj

(C)

laiw.kZ fo/kku cjkscj

(D)

laiw.kZ fo/kku pwd

lkfgR;kr dky[kaMkuqlkj] jk"Vkuqlkj] izn's kkuqlkj


Hksn vlys] rjh R;kps lkfgR;ewY; deh gksr

(A) The importance of Grammar in

ukgh %

Life

(A)

iwokZ/kZ pwd

(B)

mkjk/kZ pwd

(C) The importance of Grammar

(C)

laiw.kZ fo/kku cjkscj

(D) None of the above

(D)

laiw.kZ fo/kku pwd

(B) The importance of Grammar in


Writing

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47. Acquisition of the knowledge of

47.

vifjorZ u h; 'kkL=kr cka / kw u Bs o rk ;s r

grammar :
(A) happens

dyk gh vifjorZuh; vlY;keqs] fryk

by

ukgh %

subconscious

learning
(B) can only be done through

(A)

laiw.kZ fo/kku cjkscj

(B)

laiw.kZ fo/kku pwd

(C)

mkjk/kZ pwd

(D)

iwokZ/kZ pwd

tuitions
(C) is an easy task
(D) is not an easy task
48.
48. The most important factor affecting

leh{kk'kkL= gs dykf/kf"Br ulY;kus] R;kph


fufeZrh gh Lora=i.ks gksr vlrs %

learning of grammar is :
(A) availability of time
(B) willingness to learn
(C) quality of coaching
(D) the monetary means
49.

49. The effectiveness of communication

(A)

laiw.kZ fo/kku cjkscj

(B)

laiw.kZ fo/kku pwd

(C)

iwokZ/kZ cjkscj

(D)

mkjk/kZ cjkscj

laKkiukph ifj.kkedkjdrk loZlk/kkj.ki.ks

is usually decided on the basis of :

d'kkP;k vk/kkjs Bjfoyh tkrs \

(A) quality of feedback

(A)

izfrlknkpk ntkZ

(B) senders intention and criteria

(B)

izs"kdkps gsrw vkf.k fud"k

(C) economic use of medium

(C)

ek/;ekpk lq;ksX; okij

(D) simplicity of message

(D)

lans'kkpk lksisi.kk

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50. Which of the following is an incorrect

50.

pair ?

iq<hyiSdh dks.krh tksMh pqdhph vkgs \


(A)

nwjfp=ok.kh % Vh- vkj- ih-

(B)

o`ki= % jWe

(C)

osclkbZV % fgV~l~

(D)

fp=iV % ckWDl vkWfQl

(A) Television : TRP


(B) Newspaper : RAM
(C) Website : Hits
(D) Film : Box office
51.

51. In which of the following types of

iq < hyiS d h

dks . kR;k

la K kiuiz d kjkr

communication is feedback compara-

izfrlkn@izR;kHkj.k rqyusus laFk] dedqor vkf.k

tively slow, weak and indirect ?

vizR;{k irhus ;srks \

(A) Inter-personal communication


(B) Group communication

(A)

nksu O;Drhae/khy laokn

(B)

xV laKkiu

(C)

tu laKkiu

(D)

fu%'kCn laKkiu

(C) Mass communication


(D) Non-verbal communication
52. Choose the correct match(es) :
(i)

52.

Psychological barriersSymbol

(ii) Cultural barriersSelective


listening
(iii) Technological barriersVoice

iq<hyiSdh ;ksX; tksMh@tksMk fuoMk %


(i)

ekufld vMFkkizrhd

(ii)

lkaLfrd vMFkkfuoMd Jo.k

(iii)

rkaf=d vMFkkvkoktkrhy vMFkk

disruption
(A) (i), (ii)

(A) (i), (ii) and (iii)

(B) (i)

(B) (i) and (ii)

vkf.k

(C) (iii)

(C) (iii)

(D) (ii) and (iii)

(D) (ii)
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vkf.k

(iii)

(ii)

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53. When a teacher uses a video clip
or sound clip or

53.

PowerPoint

tsOgk f'k{kd oxkZe/;s n`d~&JkO;] /ouhQhr


fdaok ikWojikWbV lknjhdj.k okijrkr rsOgk R;k

presentation in classroom teaching,

laKkiukps lokZf/kd ;FkkFkZ o.kZu iq<hyiSdh

the communication can be best


described as :

d'kkus djrk ;sbZy \

(A) Mass communication

(A)

tulaKkiu

(B)

ra=KkukRed laKkiu

(C)

n`d~ laKkiu

(D)

ek/;ec xVlaKkiu

(B) Technological communication


(C) Visual communication
(D) Mediated group communication
54. Communication is classified into
intra-personal, inter-personal,

54.

group and mass communication

flLolaoknfi] fllaoknfi] flxVlaKkiufi vkf.k


fltulaKkiufi gs laKkiukps izdkj dks.kR;k

on the basis of :

fud"kkaoj csrysys vkgsr \


(A) medium used for communication
(B) form of message exchanged

(A)

laKkiuklkBh okijysys ek/;e

(B)

lgHkkxh ?kVdkae/khy lans'kkps Lo:i

(C)

laKkiuke/;s lgHkkxh >kysY;k O;Drhaph

between participants
(C) number of participants in

la[;k

communication
(D)

(D) social context of communication


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55.

iq<hy fedsr fjdkE;k tkxh ;ksX; la[;k

number in the following series :

fuoMk %

5, 35, 7, 42, 6, ............, 9, 36, 4.

5, 35, 7, 42, 6, ............, 9, 36, 4.

(A) 45

(A) 45

(B) 48

(B) 48

(C) 54

(C) 54

(D) 56

(D) 56

56. Which of the following numbers is

56.

different from the others ?

iq<hy la[;kaiSdh brjkais{kk osxh la[;k


dks.krh vkgs \

(A) 3156

(A) 3156

(B) 4164

(B) 4164

(C) 5255
(C) 5255
(D) 6366
(D) 6366
57. Find

an

appropriate

letter
57.

combination in place of the question

iq<hy fedsr iz'ufpUgkP;k (\) tkxh ;ksX;


i;kZ; fnysY;k v{kjlewgkrwu fuoMk %

mark (?) :

KP MN OL QJ SH ?

KP MN OL QJ SH ?

(A) UF

(A) UF
(B) UG

(B) UG

(C) TF

(C) TF

(D) VG

(D) VG
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58. In a certain code language using
code symbols for mathematical
operations, 18 + 3 = 6; 9 2 = 18;
11 11 = 22 and 18 3 = 15.
Evaluate the following operation in
this code language :

58.

,dk lkadfs rd Hkk"ksr xf.krh; f;kalkBh osxh


ladrs fpUgs okijrkr- ;kuqlkj 18 + 3 = 6;
9 2 = 18; 11 11 = 22 vkf.k
18 3 = 15. ;k Hkk"ksuqlkj iq<hy f;sps
ewY;ekiu djk %
8 4 12 + 3 2 = ?

8 4 12 + 3 2 = ?

(A) 7

(A) 7

(B) 12

(B) 12
(C) 14

(C) 14

(D) 22

(D) 22

o Z ;k la[;k 'kwU;kgwu osxk vkgsrtj X = 2Y vkf.k Y Z vlsy] rj iq<hyiSdh


dks.krs@rh fo/kku@us [kjs@jh vlw 'kdsy@
'kdrhy \

59. X, Y

59. X, Y and Z are non-zero numbers.


If X = 2Y and Y Z, then which
of the following statements can be
valid ?
(A) X = Y + Z

(A) X = Y + Z

(B) X Y = Z

(B) X Y = Z

(C) X < Z

(C) X < Z

(D) All the above statements can be


valid

(D)
60.

60. Which of the following numbers is


different from the others ?

ojhy loZ fo/kkus [kjh vlw 'kdrhy

iq<hyiSdh dks.krh la[;k brjkais{kk osxh


vkgs \
49, 81, 100, 144

49, 81, 100, 144


(A) 49

(A) 49

(B) 81

(B) 81

(C) 100

(C) 100

(D) 144

(D) 144
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