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Part II Mathematics

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (8 5 = 40 marks)

1. Solve : 2x 3 y 5 dx 3x 4 y 1 dy 0 ^y.

2. Solve : p 2 5 p 6 0 ^y.

3.

Solve : D 2 1 y x 2 e x ^y.

dx dy dz

4. Solve : ^y.

yz zx x y

2

6. Prove that a group G is abelian if and only if ab a 2 b 2 for any two elements a , b G .

*^y.

C

C

SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks)

9. (a) (i) When do we say that a homogeneous differential equation of first order an exact

differential? If Mdx Ndy 0 is a homogeneous equation and Mx Ny 0, then prove

1

that is an integrating factor of Mdx Ndy 0 .

Mx Ny

1

Mx Ny 0, JM $* AM $M A$$ Mdx Ndy 0 M *M V$M

Mx Ny

A *^y.

dz

(ii)

Solve : x 2 y 3 dx y $ ^y.

Or

(b) (i) Solve : y sin 2x dx y 2 cos2 x dy 0 $ ^y.

(ii) Solve : y 2 px y 2 p 3 $ ^y.

Solve D 2 1 y cosec x by the method of variation of parameters.

D 2

1 y cosec x $ >$$ ^ (*$) > ^y.

(ii)

Solve : D 2 4 D 3 y e x cos x $ ^y.

Or

dx dy

(b) (i) Solve 4x 3 y t; 2x 5y et $ ^y.

dt dt

d2 y dy

(ii) Solve x x 2 2y x 3 $ ^y.

dx 2 dx

11. (a) (i) Solve the set of congruences x 1 mod 4 , x 0 mod 3 and x 5 mod 7 .

x 1 mod 4 , x 0 mod 3 $$$ x 5 mod 7 $M$ (congruence) ^y.

(ii) State and prove the Lagranges theorem for the finite groups.

Or

(b) (i) Prove that every homomorphic image of a group G is isomorphic to some quotient

group of G.

$*$#$ *^y.

(ii) Let m, n be any two relatively prime positive integers. Then prove that

m, n m n .

A *^y.

12. (a) (i) Find the directional derivative of f xy yz zx in the direction of the vector

i 2 j 2k at 1, 2, 0 .

(ii) State and prove Gauss divergence theorem.

V A {__, *^y.

Or

3x

2

(b) (i) Verify Greens theorem for 8 y 2 dx 4 y 6xy dy where C is the boundary of

C

the region bounded by x 0, y 0 and x y 1 .

3x dx 4 y 6xy dy

2 2

8y M$ {X $$$ ^*yy.

C

(ii) If F is a differentiable vector point function, then prove that curl curl F

grad div F F . 2

F JM AM$ > $ {$$ A$$, Ay$ curl curl F grad div F 2 F A ^*y.

(DHIS 1)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Part II History

Paper I INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

PART A (2 20 = 40 marks)

^$ $ V$_ {$y.

PART B (3 15 = 45 marks)

7. Write about socio, economic, political and religious conditions under Satavahana rule.

Z M #$ V*a {$y.

{M~>$ M>Z f$V O ^y.

PART C (3 5 = 15 marks)

V >.

(b) Vardhamana Mahavira.

* $$y$.

(c) Kanishka.

M$Py$.

(d) Yuan Chuwang.

$$ ^$V.

(e) Battles of Tarain.

$$ $$$.

(f) Balban.

.

(DBSTT 11/DSSTT 11)

(Examination at the end of First Year)

Part II Statistics

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (4 20 = 80 marks)

1. (a) The following table gives the distribution of daily travelling allowance to salesmen in a

company. Compute the Karl Pearson coefficient of skewness and comment on its value.

Travelling allowance(in Rs.) No. of Salesmen

100120 14

120140 16

140160 20

160180 18

180200 15

200220 7

220240 6

240260 4

(b) (i) Define the order of classes, class frequencies and ultimate class frequencies.

(ii) What do you mean by independence of attributes? Give a criterion of independence for

attributes A and B.

(iii) Examine the consistency and adequacy of the following data to determine the

frequencies of the remaining positive and ultimate classes

N 10,000 , A 1087 , B 286 , C 877 , CA 281 , AB 78 , C 86 ,

ABC 57 .

2. (a) State and prove the Bayes theorem.

(b) The probability that three political parties X , Y , Z to win the 2009 election is in the ratio 1

: 2 : 3 respectively. The probability that X introduces total prohibition in the state if elected

1 1

is . The probability that Y introduces total prohibition if selected is and the probability

2 4

3

that Z introduce prohibition if selected is . Find the probability that there will be total

4

prohibition in the state after elections 2009.

x: 0 1 2 3

px : 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.1

let Y X 2 2 X , Find

(i) the probability function of Y

(ii) the mean and variance of Y.

(b) If the cumulative distribution function of a continuous random variable X is f x , find the

cumulative distribution function of

(i) Y X a and

(ii) Y X2.

(b) Define t , the characteristic function of a random variable. Find the density function f x

corresponding to the characteristic function defined by

t = 1 t , if t 1

= 0, if t 1 .

5. (a) Define binomial distribution. Obtain its moment generating function and hence deduce that

the sum of the two independent binomial variates is a binomial variate.

(b) A coffee consumer claims that he can distinguish between a cup of instant coffee and a cup

of filter coffee 75% of the time. It is agreed that his claim will be accepted if he correctly

identifies atleast 5 of the 6 cups. Find the probability of having his claim being

(i) accepted and

(ii) rejected, when he does have the ability he claims.

6. (a) State and prove the reproductive property of Poisson distribution. Show that the mean and

variance of the Poisson distribution are equal.

(b) A car hire firm has two cars which it hires out day by day. The number of demands for a

car on each day is distributed as a Poisson distribution with mean 1.5. Calculate the

proportion of days on which

(i) there is no demand

(ii) the demand is refused.

(b) Marks obtained by a number of students in statistics are assumed to be approximately

normal with mean 65 and variance 25. If 3 students are taken at random from this set, find

the probability that exactly 2 of them will have marks over 70.

8. (a) Define exponential distribution. Obtain its moment generating function. Show that

exponential distribution lacks memory.

(b) Suppose that the length of a shower on a tropical island has an exponential distribution

with parameter 2 , time being measured in minutes. Find the probability that a shower

will last more than 3 minutes. If it has already lasted for 2 minutes, what is the probability

that it will last for atleast one more minute.

SECTION B (10 2 = 20 marks)

(c) Distinction between exclusive and independent events ; Addition theorem of probability.

(j) Multicollinearity.

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

(Examination at the end of First Year)

Part II Political Science

Paper I CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND INSTITUTIONS

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (2 15 = 30 marks)

1. Define Political Science. Explain its relationship with History and Economics.

*M >g #$$.

M$PM$ _ $ ^a#$$.

SECTION B (3 10 = 30 marks)

o*M> $ #$$.

HM M{ >gZ V$ $ ^a#$$.

10. Examine the functions of Legislature and discuss the reasons for its decline.

12. What is Public Opinion? What are the Agencies to promote Public Opinion?

SECTION C (3 5 = 15 marks)

$ o*M> $$.

$r {$ $$.

$$ .

HM Z Z$.

y$ t Z $V$ $$$.

f$$$.

(ii) Referendum.

{g~$ M.

(iii) Collective Responsibility of the cabinet.

${ Y $x .

(iv) Equity as a source of Law.

BV> $$$.

(v) Hobbes state of Nature.

MM $y A{$.

(vi) Secular state.

oMM >f$$.

(vii) Moral Rights.

OM M$P$.

(viii) Delegated legislation.

M>$$.

(ix) Limited monarchy.

$ >fM$$.

(x) Proportional Representation.

OM { .

(b) Answer the following in 1 or 2 words : (5 1 = 5)

(i) Who said that Political Science begins and ends with the State?

(DBCA 11)

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

PART A (3 20 = 60 marks)

1. Explain the block diagram of a computer. What are the characteristics of a computer?

2. Explain the input and output devices five each. Describe the kinds of RAM.

3. What is the relationship between software and hardware? Write in detail about the categories of

programming languages.

PART B (5 6 = 30 marks)

13. How the computers have changed the way of bank operations?

PART C (5 2 = 10 marks)

15. What are the factors that determine the processor speed?

18. What is spell check feature?

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

SECTION A (2 15 = 30 marks)

{$ > __ $$ $ #$$.

{V O y $ $#$$.

$$$$ AV> $? $* ^ $?

{>$ Z M{ s ^a#$$.

SECTION B (3 10 = 30 marks)

Gt $* {_ * M #$$.

Mt{_ $$ ^a#$$.

10. What is Span of control? Explain the factors which determine the Span of control.

O $$$ t Hg $$ ^a#$$.

SECTION C (3 5 = 15 marks)

$ $ AM>$$.

(b) Theory Y.

Y $$.

M$$.

M *f$$.

{M {*f$.

f BMM$ V M>$.

$.

Bgq HM$$.

(ii) CLECT.

MMt.

BM AM>.

E_ *Y >.

{M M{M.

V$ $$.

oM {MM.

$M .

t O$.

A{ *.

POSDCORB A G$ $^$?

(iii) The words Line and Staff are borrowed from which organisaton?

O $$$ t A$ H $_ M^y.

G$ _$?

(DSTEL 11)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Paper I MODERN LANGUAGE

1. {M Z JM M ${VQ >$y : (12)

(a) {^M$$ ~

*Z{$_ Vy$ $$ ~$

{V _$ MM$r M>

> -M M$y VO$$${V.

g {M$y$ $Q$$ * { Mr$*

iM M$P M$

f$ h$$$ V$ {M>>.

(b) B$$M* M> { M^y.

(12)

(b) M$$ VZ $ ~_ ^y.

(ii) IM$ $ y.

(b) (i) V$ $$g $st Py.

(12)

(ii) ^$ BV> V$gy $> ^y.

5. {M Z YsM Q >$y :

(4 5 = 20)

(a) $$$V g ^$$$ g

(b) C $ $ ^#*

(c) A$$O$ f# g $$

(d) A$$$ *rMO A$$V

(e) MM $$ ^# y

(f) V$Z M i $M$

(g) A yyW A$ $$#V> _r$

(h) BM> B _ y$$

6. (a) M Z ys V> ^y :

(2 3 = 6)

(i) $

(ii) $$M>$

(iii) GMPs$

(iv) M$.

(b) {M Z ys V> y :

(2 2 = 4)

(i) $M{

(ii) $P{

(iii) A{

(iv) {{.

(c) {M Z ysM $$ ^$y : (2

5 = 10)

(i) *M

(ii) EQ

(iii)

(iv) A${.

(DSOC 1)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Part II Sociology

* *g __, * *f $ #$$.

(b) Socialisation.

(c) Status.

(d) Social Control.

{M Z H ysM $$sM$ {$$$$.

(a) *f>{$$ $$$ $gq >{$$.

(b) $MM.

(c) Z.

(d) $M ${.

(DSENG 11)

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

1. (a) Answer any TWO of the following each in 200 words. (20)

(i) Attempt an essay on the Scandinavian influence on English.

(ii) What are the characteristic features of Old English?

(1) Euphernism

(2) Popular misunderstanding

(3) Back-formation

(4) Syncopation.

(iv) Discuss briefly three divisions in the history of English Literature.

Read the following passages (b) and (c) carefully and answer the questions that follow. Your

answer should be complete. They will be evaluated by the correctness of your language and

relevant matter. (10 + 10 = 20)

(b) The bank clerk ends by becoming the best citizen of the world. He does not break the law. He

pays his rents and his dog licence and his motor licence and he even pays his income tax. He

has the pleasure of watching his customers juggling with their consciousness, and at the

same trying he keep himself from being involved. He is honest to fault; fussily honest, his

wife thinks. He is scrupulously truthful at first from policy, then from habit, while as for

secrecy, compared with the bank manager, the sphinx is a chatter box. You might safely

confide a murder to him. He would take steps to prevent loss to his bank in the event of your

being hanged; but with this exception, would divulge nothing that might contribute to your

suspension.

(i) Why does the author mention the sphinx?

(ii) How does the bank clerk become the best citizen?

(iii) Which is the word in the passage that means make known?

(iv) To what extent is he honest?

(v) Why does he refer to your being hanged?

(c) The old priest, Peter Gilligan

nor half his flock were in their beds

or under green sods lay.

Once, while he nodded on a chair,

Another poor man sent for him,

(ii) Whom does half his flock refer to?

(iii) What was the reason for the grief of Gilligan?

(v) What is the meaning of the moth hour of eve?

(i) What is the central theme of Shelleys Ode to the West Wind?

(ii) Do you consider My Last Duchess as one of the best dramatic monologues of Robert

Browning? Explain.

(iii) Wordsworths awareness of the remote past is very striking in the sonnets. Explain

with reference to the sonnet Scorn not the Sonnet.

(ii) Attempt critical appreciation of A Red, Red Rose.

(b) Describe the story of Mothers Day in your own words.

(c) Write an essay on the merits and demerits of J.B. Priestly as a dramatist.

(d) Comment on the plot-construction of The Best Laid Plans.

(b) Comment on the style/narrative technique used by OHenry in the story The Gift of Magi.

(c) Write a note on the prose-style of Khuswant Singh with particular reference to The

Interview.

(d) Consider the significance of the title The Tell-Tale Heart.

(DBMAT 21)

Part II Mathematics

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (8 5 = 40 marks)

1. Find the equation of the plane passing through the point 1, 1, 1 and the intersection of the

planed x y z 6 and 2x 3 y 4 z 5 0 .

$M M$MPy.

2. Show that the equation 12x 2 2 y 2 6z 2 2xy 7 yz 6zx 0 represents a pair of planes and

also find the angle between them.

O 0, 0, 0 , A a , 0, 0 , B 0, b, 0 , C 0, 0, c V$y $ V $M M$MPy.

4. Find the equation of the right circular cylinder whose guiding circle is x 2 y 2 z 2 9 ;

x y z 0.

$M $ {__, *^y.

x

1

6. Show that lim 1 e.

x x

x

1

lim 1 e A *^y.

x x

D At $ {__, *^y.

a, b by f x 1 , x Q and f x 1, x R \ Q . Is f bounded on a, b ? If so, is f Riemann

integrable on a, b ?

JM {$$ f : a , b R Gy$ * *M$ As? a, b O f $ a f x 1 , xQ

f x 1, x R \ Q V> _ A#$? As fW, O * *M$ A#$?

SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks)

9. (a) (i) Find the equations and the length of the line of shortest distance between the lines

x y z

and x y 2z 3 0 2x 3 y 3z 4 .

1 2 1

x y z

$$$ x y 2z 3 0 2x 3 y 3z 4 Q $ A $ * Q

1 2 1

y#, $M$ M$MPy.

x y z 3 as the great circle.

x 2 y 2 z 2 10 y 4 z 8 0 , x y z 3 A V$$ V> MW V $M

M$MPy.

Or

(b) (i) If r1 , r2 are the radii of two orthogonal spheres then show that the radius of the circle

r1 r2

of their inter section is .

r12 r22

r1 r2

r1 , r2 $ y$ V >O, s b $$MP A ^*y.

r12 r22

3x 2 y z 9 0 Z 2, 1, 3 $# { M$MPy.

10. (a) (i) Find the equation of the cone whose vertex is the point 1, 1, 0 and whose guiding

curve is y 0, x 2 z 2 4 .

(ii) Find the equation of the cylinder whose generators touch the sphere

x 2 y 2 z 2 2ux 2vy 2wz d 0 and the generators parallel to the line

x y z

.

l m n

x y z

EM>$ x 2 y 2 z 2 2ux 2vy 2wz d 0 A V *, QM$

l m n

*V> EM>$ VW * $M M$MPy.

Or

(b) (i) Find the enveloping cone of the sphere x 2 y 2 z 2 2x 4 z 1 0 with its vertex

at 1, 1, 1 .

(ii) Find the equation of the enveloping cylinder of the sphere

2 2 2

x y z 2x 4 y 1 0 having its generators parallel to the line x y z .

$$MP *$$M$ $M M$MPy.

11. (a) (i) If lim s n l and lim ww t n m , then show that lim s n t n lm . It is converse of

this result true? Justify your claim?

lim s n l , lim t n m A$$, lim s n t n lm A ^*y. D *? $

* $^$My.

1

(ii) Test for the convergence of the series

n 2

2

n log n

.

1

n 2

2

n log n

{ A$ ^y.

Or

(b) (i) State and prove the Cauchys principle of convergence for sequences.

A${M*M$, M A *{ {__, *^y.

(ii) Derive the Maclaurins expansion for e x .

e x $$MP $M $ # ^$y.

{__, *^y.

(ii) Verify the Cauchys mean value theorem for f x x 2 , g x x 3 in 1, 2 .

1, 2 Z f x x 2 , g x x 3 M$ M $$ $ ^*yy.

Or

(b) (i) State and prove the necessary and sufficient condition for a bounded function

f : a, b R to be Riemann integrable on a, b .

{__, *^y.

(ii) If f is monotonic on a, b , then prove that f is Riemann integrable on a, b .

(DPOL 21)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Paper II INDIAN GOVERNMENT OF POLITICS

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (2 15 = 30 marks)

1. Explain the role of moderates and extremists in the Indian National Movement.

M *{O JM $$ {$$$$.

4. Analyse the reasons for the growth of regional political parties in India.

SECTION B (3 10 = 30 marks)

>gV$$Z V HM M{ $ ^a#$$.

9. What are the issues leading to the confrontation between centre and state?

M{&> $ $M$ $$ A?

>gV #$$.

11. Evaluate the position of Indian Prime Minister in the era of coalition governments.

M~ {$ MZ {$ $*M$$ ^$$$$.

SECTION C (3 5 = 15 marks)

B M$P.

(b) Anti-defection Act.

t >$$# ^rt.

(c) Criminalisation of politics in India.

Z $$ >fM*$.

(d) Fundamental duties.

{$M $$.

(e) Constituent Assembly.

>gV .

(f) Right to Information Act.

*^ M$P ^rt$$.

(g) Article 370.

370 {M$$.

(i) Concurrent list.

E$y g.

(ii) 1909 Act.

1909 ^rt$$.

(iii) Casting vote of speaker.

M$ >~$$M Kr$.

(iv) Gandhi-Irwin Pact.

V> C J$$.

(v) Dyarchy.

.

(vi) Habeas corpus writ.

$ M> s.

(vii) Sub-regionalism.

E {$ .

(viii) Adjournment motion.

$$ >$$.

(ix) Two-nation theory.

g $$.

(x) Keshavananda Bharati case.

M M$.

(b) Answer the following in a word or two : (5 1 = 5)

(i) Who is the Chairman of the planning commission?

{M $ A$y$ G$?

(ii) In which year Mantague-Chemsford reforms were initiated?

H Z *sV&^$$z P$ {^y?

(iii) Who is the First President of Indian National congress?

g$ M>{V $$s A$y$ H$?

(iv) According to whose observation Indian constitution is Quasi-Federal.

G {M> >gV$$ A *Q?

(v) What is the age of retirement of Judges of High Court in India?

Z > OM$t $ $*$ $ $$ G?

(DBCA 21)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

PART A (3 20 = 60 marks)

6. How do you give transition effects to slides for its, showtime in MS Powerpoint?

PART B (5 6 = 30 marks)

9. Enumerate the process of creating and running a macro in MS-Word?

MS-z $ *{M$ t^$r $$$ A$$ ^$$r $$MP {{M$$ $#$$.

^M > z yM$$s$ $$ G ^M ^$?

11. Explain slide sorter view of the PowerPoint slides.

$$s y $$MP y t N $ #$$.

12. How do you add clip art to a .ppt slide?

.ppt yM$ M Bt $$ G f ^$?

13. How do you insert sound in .ppt slides?

.ppt y $ $$$ $$ G Ct ^$?

PART C (5 2 = 10 marks)

Answer any FIVE questions.

14. Drop cap.

{y M>.

15. OLE.

OLE.

B Ats.

17. REDO.

REDO.

18. Template.

ss.

19. Flipping.

V.

20. Vertex.

tM.

(DECO 21)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Part II Economics

Paper II DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY

PART A (2 20 = 40 marks)

3. Explain the role and problems of cottage and small-scale industries in India.

Z _ {$ { $$$ $$ ^y.

PART B (3 15 = 45 marks)

B $ $$$.

Z {$V {$ ^y.

{>$M B>?

Z $V *M$ $M ^$ #$$.

10. Briefly describe various achievements of Indian plans.

PART C (3 5 = 15 marks)

* A *`.

V .

V$$ {*$.

B$ A*$.

15. GATT.

V>s.

^# .

(DPAD 21)

(Examination at the end of Second Year)

Part II Public Administration

Paper II INDIAN ADMINISTRATION

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (2 15 = 30 marks)

$ Z $$Q $ ^a#$$.

5. Critically examine the Administrative relation between Union and the States.

SECTION B (3 10 = 30 marks)

{ > G$P $O $ H?

9. What are the salient features of the Kothari commission in relation to recruitment to the All

India and other Central Services?

10. Examine the role of Governor in State Administration.

Z M{M ?

12. Write about the Policy of Reservation in Recruitment.

Z f V$_ {$$$$.

SECTION C (3 5 = 15 marks)

{ M>.

(b) Privatisation.

{sM.

A > $y.

BM $$$.

P $$$.

{${ _$$$.

$$V .

r.

(ii) Political affairs committee.

(iii) Indian Financial Year.

BM .

(iv) Lok Adalat.

ZM A.

(v) Central Services.

M{ $$.

(vi) Mixed Economy.

${$ BM .

(vii) E-Governance.

E-V.

K.M. $$ M$s.

M{sZ Ay Byr f.

(x) Mir Bakshi.

$ M.

(b) Answer the following in 1 or 2 words : (5 1 = 5)

(ii) Recommendations of Kothari Commission came into force from which year?

U.P.S.C $ Q$ G$ ~$$$?

(DSTEL 21)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Paper II SAHITHYA CHARITRA NATAKAMU

SECTION A

($V$ ^{)

1. (a) $ ^ $$ EVYy^y. (20)

(b) M ^y.

(b) ^$M* MrM M ^$P f$ Z G ^y ^y.

(i) $ ^{

(ii) M ^{

(iii) MN~$

(iv) $$ M.

(b) D {M Z ysM $$Q >$y. (10)

(i) V$

(ii) $

(iii) MP

(iv) *js.

SECTION B

({* rM)

4. (a) {* rM>M B$ G W# >$y.

(20)

(b) }>$ $ { _{$ V*a >$y.

(ii) VV>$$$ y$$ ^_a $$M M>

(iii) >$#y^ar $y$ A$ A*

(iv) B! V>$$ y#M$y$

(b) D {M Z ys V> ^y :

(10)

(i) {

(ii) ^ $$

(iii) M

(iv) *M>$.

(DSOC 21 (IS))

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Part II Sociology

(a) Totem and Taboo.

sZs$ $$$ s*.

(b) Polygamy.

$ $$.

(c) Casteism.

M$$$.

(d) Sunnis and Shias.

$$, *$.

(DSENG 11)

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

1. (a) Answer any TWO of the following each in 200 words. (20)

(i) Attempt an essay on the Scandinavian influence on English.

(ii) What are the characteristic features of Old English?

(1) Euphernism

(2) Popular misunderstanding

(3) Back-formation

(4) Syncopation.

(iv) Discuss briefly three divisions in the history of English Literature.

Read the following passages (b) and (c) carefully and answer the questions that follow. Your

answer should be complete. They will be evaluated by the correctness of your language and

relevant matter. (10 + 10 = 20)

(b) The bank clerk ends by becoming the best citizen of the world. He does not break the law. He

pays his rents and his dog licence and his motor licence and he even pays his income tax. He

has the pleasure of watching his customers juggling with their consciousness, and at the

same trying he keep himself from being involved. He is honest to fault; fussily honest, his

wife thinks. He is scrupulously truthful at first from policy, then from habit, while as for

secrecy, compared with the bank manager, the sphinx is a chatter box. You might safely

confide a murder to him. He would take steps to prevent loss to his bank in the event of your

being hanged; but with this exception, would divulge nothing that might contribute to your

suspension.

(i) Why does the author mention the sphinx?

(ii) How does the bank clerk become the best citizen?

(iii) Which is the word in the passage that means make known?

(iv) To what extent is he honest?

(v) Why does he refer to your being hanged?

(c) The old priest, Peter Gilligan

nor half his flock were in their beds

or under green sods lay.

Once, while he nodded on a chair,

Another poor man sent for him,

(ii) Whom does half his flock refer to?

(iii) What was the reason for the grief of Gilligan?

(v) What is the meaning of the moth hour of eve?

(i) What is the central theme of Shelleys Ode to the West Wind?

(ii) Do you consider My Last Duchess as one of the best dramatic monologues of Robert

Browning? Explain.

(iii) Wordsworths awareness of the remote past is very striking in the sonnets. Explain

with reference to the sonnet Scorn not the Sonnet.

(ii) Attempt critical appreciation of A Red, Red Rose.

(b) Describe the story of Mothers Day in your own words.

(c) Write an essay on the merits and demerits of J.B. Priestly as a dramatist.

(d) Comment on the plot-construction of The Best Laid Plans.

(b) Comment on the style/narrative technique used by OHenry in the story The Gift of Magi.

(c) Write a note on the prose-style of Khuswant Singh with particular reference to The

Interview.

(d) Consider the significance of the title The Tell-Tale Heart.

(DHIS 21)

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2009.

Part II History

Paper I INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE FROM 1526 TO 1964 A.D.

PART A (2 20 = 40 marks)

> Z $$R$$?

4. Examine the role of Sardar Vallabhai Patel in the integration of princely states into Indian

Union.

MZ > $ s _ {$ #$$.

PART B (3 15 = 45 marks)

8. What is permanent settlement of revenue? What are the merits and demerits?

$ sV {$# {stP$ $#$$.

Z$ * E$ {$ #$$.

PART C (3 5 = 15 marks)

AM $$$.

(b) Third battle of Panipat.

$*y r$t $$$$.

(c) Guru Nanak.

V$$M.

(d) Curzon.

Mj.

(e) Queens Proclamation.

Mt* > {Mr.

(f) Indian National Army.

g$ O$$.

(g) Mountbatten Plan.

sr {M.

(DBSTT 21)

(Examination at the end of Second Year)

Part II Statistics

Paper II STATISTICAL METHODS AND INFERENCE

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (4 20 = 80 marks)

1. (a) Explain the principle of least squares. Explain the procedure for the fitting of the curve of

2

the form y a e bx cx using principles of least squares.

x2 y x2 y2

(b) Show that rxy .

2 x y

2. (a) Define two-dimensional distribution function and marginal distribution function of X and

Y.

(b) If X and Y are two random variables having joint density function

1

(6 x y ), 0 x 2, 2 y 4

f ( x , y) 8

0, otherwise

Find :

(ii) P ( X 1 Y 3) .

3. (a) Explain :

(b) Define Snedecors distribution. Establish the relationship between t and F -distribution.

4. (a) What do you understand by point estimation? Explain the criteria of good estimators.

(b) Describe the method of M.L. estimation and write its optimum properties.

(i) Statistical hypothesis with examples

(ii) Best critical region

(iii) Types of errors

(v) State Neymann-Pearson lemma and its applications

6. (a) Explain the test between two means when the two samples are taken from two different

populations for large samples.

(ii) Explain the significance difference between sample correlation coefficient and

population correlation coefficient.

7. (a) Test the goodness of fit of the Binomial distribution to the following data :

No. of defectives out of 5 watches : 0 1 2 3 4 5

No. of samples : 11 66 33 7 0 5

Sample I : 20 16 26 27 23 22 18 24 25 19

Sample II : 27 33 42 35 32 34 38 28 41 43 30 37

Obtain the estimates of variances of the population and test whether populations have

same variances.

(b) Explain Wald-Wolfowitz Run test for large samples with suitable example.

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