CBSE UGC NET JRF Exam Paper 1: Teaching Aptitude Practice Questions & Answers : Set 10 (Q181-Q200)

UGC NET JRF Exam – Paper 1: Teaching Aptitude Practice Questions & Answers | Set 10

Q181) PAT, PEN, PIN, PUT, ?

Options:
A) PIG
B) PET
C) PUT
D) POT

Answer: Option C) PUT

Q182) An effective teacher adopts the norms of the

Options:
A) Democratic Society
B) Laissez Faire Society
C) Autocratic Society
D) All of these according to conditions

Answer: Option A) Democratic Socitey

Q183) The decline of the British Empire should have spelt the decline of English

Options:
A) the statement is a fact
B) the statement is an advice
C) the statement is an opinion
D) the statement is a prejudice

Answer: Option D) the statement is a prejudice

Q184) ATMs of bank have

Options:
A) emoney
B) only money transferring capabilities
C) real currency
D) None of these

Answer: Option C) real currency

Q185) Line access and avoidance of collision are the main functions of :

Options:
A) the CPU
B) the monitor
C) network protocols
D) wide area networks

Answer: Option C) network protocols

Q186) Malaria is caused by

Options:
A) bacterial infection
B) viral infection
C) parasitic infection
D) fungal infection

Answer: Option C) parasitic infection

Q187) Why a teacher is called the leader of the class?

Options:
A) He masters the art of oratory like a political leader.
B) He is autocratic emperor of his class.
C) He belongs to a recognised teacher’s union.
D) He is a maker of the future of his students.

Answer: Option B) He is autocratic emperor of his class.

Q188) Which of the following media can be used effectively in large group communications?

Options:
A) Television
B) Overhead Projector
C) Video
D) Computer

Answer: Option B) Overhead Projector

Q189) If EFGHIJK is coded as VUTSRQP then LIMIT can be coded as :

Options:
A) KNRNC
B) ORNRG
C) JKOKG
D) RSTSG

Answer: Option B) ORNRG

Q190) Which of the following can cause explosive volcanic eruption?

Options:
A) Low viscosity of magma
B) High viscosity of magma
C) Higth water content in ground
D) None of these

Answer: Option B) High viscosity of magma

Q191) The Lok – Sabha can be dissolved before the expiry of its normal five year term by

Options:
A) The Prime Minister
B) The Speaker of Lok Sabha
C) The President on the recommendation of the Prime Minister
D) None of these

Answer: Option C) The President on the recommendation of the Prime Minister

Q192) Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right?

Options:
A) Right to Equality
B) Right to Education
C) Right to freedom of speech and expression
D) Right to Employment

Answer: Option D) Right to Employment

Q193) Joint SAARC University of eight SAARC nations will be established in

Options:
A) Colombo (Sri Lanka)
B) Dhaka (Bangladesh)
C) New Delhi (India)
D) Male (Maldives)

Answer: Option C) New Delhi (India)

Q194) The historical research is different from experimental research in the process of

Options:
A) replication
B) formulation of hypothesis
C) hypothesis testing
D) All of the above

Answer: Option D) All of the above

Q195) The depth of any research can be judged by:

Options:
A) title of the research.
B) objectives of the research.
C) total expenditure on the research
D) duration of the research.

Answer: Option B) objectives of the research.

Q196) The word vitiate used in the second paragraph means

Options:
A) tarnish
B) destroy
C) negate
D) debase

Answer: Option D) debase

Q197) Which of the following is/ are true about shooting stars?

Options:
A) Certain objects which appear to fall from sky leaving a streak of light are called shooting stars.
B) they are also called meteors.
C) As there stars travels through atmosphere, these pieces become hot, burn and emit lightm thus acquiring brightness.
D) All of these

Answer: Option D) All of these

Q198) Laptop is a

Options:
A) Mini-computer
B) Micro-computer
C) Desktop PC
D) None of these

Answer: Option D) None of these

Q199) A member of UPSC holds office for a period of

Options:
A) 5 years
B) 7 years
C) Six years or sixty five years of age whichever is more.
D) Six years or sixty five years of age whichever is earlier.

Answer: Option D) Six years or sixty five years of age whichever is earlier.

Q200) The first Indian chronicler of Indian history was:

Options:
A) Megasthanese
B) Fahiyan
C) Huan Tsang
D) Kalhan

Answer: Option D) Kalhan


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