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2. Which of the following research types has a potential for enhancing teaching competencies?


A : Fundamental research

B : Applied research

C : Impact assessment research

D : Action research

3. A questionnaire that offers no scope for any respondent's own view is called


A : closed-ended

B : schedule

C : open-ended

D : unstructured

4. A workshop is meant for


A : Hands-on experience

B : Listening to scholarly lectures

C : Learning with interaction

D : Discussing over one's own work

5. Learning objectives mean


A : Learning experience

B : Concise outcomes

C : Academic achievement

D : Intended learning outcomes

46. Generally, who is the visitor of central universities of India?


A : Prime Minister of India

B : Minister, MHRD

C : President of India

D : UGC Chairman

47. Which of the following mobile payment application is developed by the National Payments Corporation of India based on UP!?





D : PhonePe

48. Indian government's target for share of renewable energy in the total installed capacity of electric power in India by the year 2030 is


A : 20%

B : 30%

C : 40%

D : 50%

49. Which of the following are features of Paris Agreement? (1) The agreement focuses on mitigation measures for environmental pollution (2) The agreement recognizes the principles of equity and common but differentiated responsibilities (3) Paris agreement pertains to 2020 climate actions Select the correct answer:


A : (1) and (2) only

B : (l), (2) and (3)

C : (2) and (3) only

D : (1) and (3) only

50. The long term effect of cutting down of trees in large areas of rain forests is


A : Increased rain fall in those areas

B : Decreased rain fall in those areas

C : Increase in wind speeds in those areas

D : Increased rate of soil erosion in those areas

6. In research, reliability is that quality of a measurement procedure which provides


A : repeatability and accuracy

B : punctuality and accuracy

C : accuracy and speed

D : speed and repeatability

7. Brainstorming as a method can be used for


A : Out-of-box thinking

B : Coherent thinking

C : Generating new ideas in the area of interest

D : Critical thinking

8. For optimising self-learning which of the following motivational principles will be most helpful?


A : Using reward and punishment

B : Creating scope for fulfilling relatedness need

C : Providing scope for satisfying need for competence

D : Promoting concerns for meeting status needs

9. A pilot study is also called a


A : descriptive study

B : feasibility study

C : correlation study

D : explanatory study

10. In experimental research based studies the observations derived from which of the following variables are considered for statistical analysis?


A : Independent variable

B : Dependent variable

C : Moderator variable

D : Control variable

11. More and more organisations are encouraging their line managers to handle


A : the whole organisation

B : the responsibilities of human resource

C : the offices of juniors

D : the public relations

12. The competitive advantages of human resource has NOT been


A : understood in the past

B : realised in the present

C : ignored in the past

D : planned for the future

13. Significant improvement was seen in the personnel management policy of business organisations after


A : 1850

B : 1857

C : 1940

D : 1947

14. Personnel offices in many organisations witnessed an increase because of


A : independence of India

B : industrial development

C : the rise of unions

D : worker-friendly policies

15. The hierarchy system in ancient India was based on


A : the job you did

B : the family you belonged to

C : the place you lived in

D : the year of your birth

16. If proposition 'Students are serious' is taken to be false then which of the following propositions can be true? (a) All students are serious (b) All students are not serious (c) Some students are not serious (d) Some serious ones are not students Select the correct answer from the options given below:


A : (a) only

B : (b) and (d)

C : (d) only

D : (b) and (c)

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