Mock test 3

By | June 7, 2018

UGC NET Full Mock test

Question 1
Which Indian software engineer has won first prize in Unite Ideas UNGAViz Textual Analysis and Visualisation Challenge?  
A
Salem Avan
B
Sandeep Konam
C
Abdulqadir Rashik
D
Nikhil Chandavarkar
Question 1 Explanation: 
Abdulqadir Rashik, an Indian software engineer, has recently won first prize in Unite Ideas UNGAViz Textual Analysis and Visualisation Challenge for his 'Global Policy', an open-source tool that enables users to search and interactively view General Assembly resolutions to gain a deeper understanding of the voting patterns and decisions made by United Nations Member States. Rashik's prototype will be made public and shared with United Nations bodies and member states. He will also receive recognition from the Department of State and the Office of Information and Communications Technology. Previously, he won the top prize in the United Nations # LinksSDGs challenge in March 2017 for his 'Links to Sustainable Cities', an interactive visualisation that identifies and maps the links between various Sustainable Development Goals. Rashik is an entrepreneur and founder of India-based Miavy Systems.
Question 2
In computer terminology which one of the following is the largest in terms of data capacity?
A
KB
B
TB
C
MB
D
GB
Question 3
Match the following behaviours of teachers with their communication-type Behaviours Type
BehavioursType
(a) teacher asks a(p) symbolic question
(b) teacher writes a(q) digital diagram on the blackboard
(c) teacher shows a(r) Writted CD to children
(d) teacher beckons(s) Oral a student to draw a graph on the black board
A
(aq), (br), (cs) and (dp)
B
(ar), (bs), (cp) and (dq)
C
(as), (br), (cq) and (dp)
D
(ap), (bq), (cr) and (ds)
Question 4
Which of the following is an example of circular argument?
A
God created man in his image and man created God in his own image.
B
God is the source of a scripture and the scripture is the source of our knowledge of God.
C
Some of the Indians are great because India is great.
D
Rama is great because he is Rama.
Question 5
Assertion (A): All teaching implies learning. Reason(R): Learning to be useful must be derived from teaching. Choose the correct answer from the following:
A
Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
B
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
C
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
D
Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
Question 6
Curriculum means
A
All the experience to which students get exposed in a college
B
Subjects that are transacted by faculty
C
Syllabus prescribed for the course
D
Classroom experiences, sports and games
Question 7
The next term in the series: AB, ED, IH, NM,---is
A
TS
B
ST
C
TU
D
SU
Question 8
There are 10 lamps in a hall. Each one of them can be switched on independently. The number of ways in which hall can be illuminated is
A
102
B
1023
C
210
D
10 !
Question 9
Replace the question mark (?) by an appropriate alternative in the following letter series: AZ DW GT JQ?
A
LD
B
MN
C
MO
D
NM
Question 10
Means of grapevine communication are
A
formal
B
informal
C
critical
D
corporate
Question 11
Which of the following is the highest level of cognitive ability?
A
Evaluating
B
Knowing
C
Understanding
D
Analysing
Question 12
The National Museum at New Delhi is attached to:
A
Delhi University
B
a Deemed University
C
a Subordinate Office of the JNU
D
Part of Ministry of Tourism and Culture
Question 13
The most comprehensive approach to address the problems of man-environment interaction is one of the following:
A
Natural Resource Conservation Approach
B
Urban-industrial Growth Oriented Approach
C
Rural-agricultural Growth Oriented Approach
D
Watershed Development Approach
Question 14
Which of the following region is in the very high-risk zone of earthquakes?
A
Central Indian Highland
B
Coastal region
C
Himalayan region
D
Indian desert
Question 15
Which state government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Union government for the 'Power for All' scheme?
A
Madhya Pradesh
B
Jharkhand
C
Haryana
D
Uttar Pradesh
Question 15 Explanation: 
The Uttar Pradesh government has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Union government for the 'Power for All' scheme in the state. The aim of this scheme is to ensure 24-hour quality power supply in the state by October 2018 and electric connection to every house and agriculture field by 2019. The purpose of the MoU is to ensure that consumers get quality electricity at an affordable price. The project will cost above Rs. 40 thousand crore out of which 20 thousand crore will be spent till 2018.
Question 16
In certain code BRING is written as '53 $\mu$ $\mu$ 2' and Guide is written as '2\$$\mu$76'. How is GINGER written in that code?
A
2 $\mu$ $\mu$ 253
B
2 $mu$ $mu$ 263
C
2 $\mu$ $\mu$ 753
D
2 $\mu$ $\mu$ \$53
Question 17
Anil played 8 cricket matches. The mean (average) of the runs was found to be 80. After playing four more matches, the mean of the runs of all the matches was found to be 70. The total runs made in the last four matches is
A
400
B
300
C
200
D
100
Question 18
Surface Ozone is produced from
A
Transport sector
B
Cement plants
C
Textile industry
D
Chemical industry
Question 19
What was the day of the week on 1st January 2001?
A
Friday
B
Tuesday
C
Sunday
D
None of the above
Question 20
Which one of the following is not situated in New Delhi?
A
Indian Council of Cultural Relations
B
Indian Council of Scientific Research
C
National Council of Educational Research and Training
D
Indian Institute of Advanced Studies
Question 21
Find out the wrong number in the sequence. 52, 51, 48, 43, 34, 27, 16
A
27
B
34
C
43
D
48
Question 22
Which one of the following is different from other members?
A
Google
B
Windows
C
Linux
D
Mac
Question 23
Knowledge unlike belief refers to:
A
Values
B
Perceptions
C
Facts
D
Myths
Question 24
Certainty is
A
an objective fact
B
emotionally satisfying
C
logical
D
ontological
Question 25
If you get an opportunity to teach a visually challenged student along with normal students, what type of treatment would you like to give him in the class?
A
Not giving extra attention because majority may suffer.
B
Take care of him sympathetically in the classroom.
C
You will think that blindness is his destiny and hence you cannot do anything.
D
Arrange a seat in the front row and try to teach at a pace convenient to him.
Question 26
A Gigabyte is equal to
A
1024 Megabytes
B
1024 Kilobytes
C
1024 Terabytes
D
1024 Bytes
Question 27
In a Ph.D. thesis which one is the correct sequence for showing scheme of Chapterisation?
A
Survey of related studies, Introduction, Design of the study, Data-Analysis and interpretation, Conclusions and generalisations, suggested further study, References, Appendix
B
Introduction, Design of study, Data Analysis and Interpretation, Generalizations, Conclusions and Survey of related studies and suggestions for further research, References and Appendix
C
Introduction, Survey of related studies, Design of study, Data-presentation; analysis & Interpretation, Formulation of generalization & Conclusions, Suggestions for further research, References & Appendix
D
Survey of related studies, References, Introduction, Design of study, Data analysis and interpretation, Conclusions and generalizations, Suggestions for further research, Appendix
Question 28
Which one of the following is not a search engine?
A
Google
B
Chrome
C
Yahoo
D
Bing
Question 29
The constituents of photochemical smog responsible for eye irritation are
A
SO2 and O3
B
SO2 and NO2
C
HCHO and PAN
D
SO2 and SPM
Question 30
The importance of the correlation coefficient lies in the fact that:
A
There is a linear relationship between the correlated variables.
B
It is one of the most valid measure of statistics.
C
It allows one to determine the degree or strength of the association between two variables.
D
It is a non-parametric method of statistical analysis.
Question 31
A good thesis writing should involve:
  1. Reduction of punctuation and grammatical errors to a minimum.
  2. Careful checking of references.
  3. Consistency in the way the thesis is written.
  4. A clear and well written abstract.
Select the correct answer from the codes given below:
A
1, 2 and 4
B
1, 2 and 3
C
1, 2 3 and 4
D
2, 3, 4
Question 32
'SITE' stands for
A
System for International Technology and Engineering
B
Satellite Instructional Television Experiment
C
South Indian Trade Estate
D
State Institute of Technology and Engineering
Question 33
Among the following, identify the continuous type of data:
A
Number of languages a person speaks
B
Number of children in a household
C
Population of cities
D
Weight of students in a class
Question 34
Classroom communication of a teacher rests on the principle of
A
Infotainment
B
Edutainment
C
Entertainment
D
Power equation
Question 35
Find the wrong term in the following series: 68 66 62 59 56 53
A
59
B
62
C
66
D
68
Question 36
Which one of the following Councils has been disbanded in 2013?
A
Distance Education Council (DEC)
B
National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)
C
National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)
D
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
Question 37
Community Radio is a type of radio service that caters to the interest of:
A
Local audience
B
Education
C
Entertainment
D
News
Question 38
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country. Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 38 to 43

Year

Population (million)Electrical Power Production (GW)*
19512010
19612120
19712425
19812740
19913050
20013280
201135100
* 1 GW = 1000 million watt
A
1961-71
B
1971-81
C
1991-2001
D
2001-2011
Question 39
Average decadal growth rate (%) of population is:
A
$\approx$12.21%
B
$\approx$9.82%
C
$\approx$6.73%
D
$\approx$5%
Question 40
Based on the average decadal growth rate, what will be the population in the year 2021?
A
40.34 million
B
38.49 million
C
37.28 million
D
36.62 million
Question 41
In the year 1951, what was the power availability per person?
A
100 W
B
200 W
C
400 W
D
500 W
Question 42
In which decade, the average power availability per person was maximum?
A
1981-1991
B
1991-2001
C
2001-2011
D
1971-1981
Question 43
By what percentage (%) the power production increased from 1951 o 2011?
A
100%
B
300%
C
600%
D
900%
Question 44
Read the following passage and answer the questions 44 to 47:
Consecutive prison terms for those convicted of more than one offence in a single trial are infrequent in India. When those who have attracted great public odium by the enormity of their crimes are found guilty, the judges are seen to have the option of awarding sentences that are 'consecutive', to be undergone one after another as opposed to concurrently, where the longest jail term subsumes the shorter ones. On rare occasions, for example in the case of self-proclaimed godman Premananda in Tamil Nadu, two life sentences have been ordered to run consecutively. The Supreme Court has now provided clarity on the question of whether two or more sentences of life imprisonment can be made to run one after another. It is basically irrational and anomalous, says the Constitution Bench. As life imprisonment is for the remainder of one's life, unless ended by remission or commutation, multiple life terms should be counted concurrently. Accordingly, judgments that run contrary to this principle have been overruled. Consecutive sentences are still permissible if one is a fixed term and the other is one of life, provided the term sentence is completed first and the life sentence begins later. Unbelievably lengthy prison sentences are not common in India, unlike in some jurisdictions in the West. However, most of these countries balance it with a robust system of probation or parole. On the other hand, the idea of releasing a prisoner under supervised probation after a part of the sentence has been served is still rare in India; both state and society expect convicts to be imprisoned for as long as possible. This highlights an issue that occasionally crops up in judicial discourse: the absence of sentencing guidelines in India. In theory, sentences can be deterrent, retributive, reformative or restorative. However, the present sentencing paradigm is judge-centric, leaving much to the court's discretion. Some believe this may be right because no two offences, or even offenders, are likely to be the same. Circumstances aggravating or mitigating), motive and nature of the crime are all taken into account by judges in sentencing. For heinous crimes, the ideas of deterrence and retribution inform judicial discretion, and hence the more popular verdicts are those that award condign punishment. Until sentencing guidelines are framed by the legislature or the superior judiciary, individual judges will have to carry the burden of awarding punishment that befits the crime. By holding that there shall be no consecutive life terms, the court has offered a ray of hope to even those locked away for life, even if it may not guarantee release. For, justice ultimately cannot be merely retributive.
What according to the passage both state and society expect?
A
the longest jail term subsumes the shorter ones
B
Consecutive prison terms for those convicted of more than one offence in a single trial should not be infrequent in India
C
the convicts should be imprisoned for as long as possible
D
None of the above
Question 45
Which among the following is not TRUE according to the passage given above?
A
one offence in a single trial are infrequent in India
B
the idea of releasing a prisoner under supervised probation after a part of the sentence has been served is still frequent in India
C
Circumstances, motive and nature of the crime are all taken into account by judges in sentencing
D
None of the above
Question 46
How according to the passage two life sentences can be run consecutively?
A
two or more sentences of life imprisonment cannot be made to run one after another
B
two or more sentences of life imprisonment can be made together
C
two or more sentences of life imprisonment can be made to run one after another
D
Both A and C
Question 47
Which of the following would be a suitable title of the passage?
A
Consecutive sentences
B
Many lives in one jail term
C
consecutive jail term
D
Supreme Court
Question 48
While delivering lecture if there is some disturbance in the class, a teacher should
A
keep quiet for a while and then continue.
B
punish those causing disturbance
C
motivate to teach those causing disturbance
D
not bother of what is happening in the class
Question 49
Information and Communication Technology includes:
A
Online learning
B
Learning through the use of EDUSAT
C
Web-Based Learning
D
All the above
Question 50
Insert the missing number: 36/62, 39/63, 43/61, 48/64, ?
A
51/65
B
56/60
C
54/65
D
33/60
There are 50 questions to complete.

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