18 min readJul 3, 2022


Question#1- What is the name of the score the student would get if the measurements were completely accurate and error‐free?

Question#2- “Contagious” spreading of behaviours through imitation, is known as

Question#3 — Given below are two statements

Question #4 — Match List I with List II

Question#5- Which among the following are components of decision traps to illustrate what needs to be a possible evaluatory framework to monitor the learning process?

Question#6 — The rationalistic mode of knowledge accepts the rules of

Question#7- Which of the following reliability techniques are used in qualitative research?

Question#8- Which of the following are the essential characteristics of the case study method?

Question#9- Given below are two statements

Question#10- Match List I with List II

Question#11- A competent communicator is

Question#12- Information provided before sending the primary message is known as

Question#13 — Given below are two statements

Question#14- What number should replace the question mark — 48, 67, 78, ?, 789

Question#15- A man weighs 75% of his own weight plus 39 lbs. How much does he weigh?

Question#16 — Ravi’s salary is increased by 20%. On the increased salary, the tax rate is 10% higher. The percentage increase in tax liability is

Question#17 — Given below are two statements

Question#18 — Answer the following statements

Question#19- Match List I with List II

Question#20- Name the fallacy committed in the argument

Question #21- From the options given below, pick the CORRECT sequence in the context of constituent parts of inference

Question#23 — Given below are two statements, one is labelled as Assertion A and the other is labelled as Reason R

Question#24 — Arrange the following optical storage devices in increasing order of their storage capacity.

Question#25 — Given below are two statements

Question#26- Which of the following statements about desktop and laptop computers are TRUE?

Question#27 — Match List I with List II

Question#28- If the wind speeds increase from 4.0 m/s to 5.0 m/s, the power output from an ideal windmill will increase by a factor of about

Question# 29 — In which year did the first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol come to an end?

Question #30 — Match List I with List II

Question# 31- Which one of the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is related to sustainable consumption and production patterns?

Question#32 — What fraction (%) of the total primary energy used in India is derived from biomass?

Question#33 — What does NIRF stand for?

Question#34 — The term ‘open learning’ represent approaches that focus on

Question# 35- In CBCS, Ability Enhancement Courses are of two kinds. They are:

Question#36 — Which of the following is a private university?

Question#37- India has been attracting only a fraction of international students because of

Question#38 — Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow.
A global light pollution map developed by a group of researchers has ranked New Delhi, Kolkata and Bengaluru as the three cities with the highest light pollution in India. It should serve to alert us to the looming problem of light pollution about which we are not only doing so little to prevent but are also unaware about. Light pollution refers to the harmful impact of artificial outdoor lighting. While artificial outdoor lighting is needed in the form of street lights it increases safety on roads and enables us to study and work in the dark, its use for floodlighting, illumination, advertising, etc has grown manifold in recent decades, resulting in the problem of light pollution. Studies show that the brightness from outdoor lights has risen steadily across India over a 20 year period, with New Delhi, Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh showing a “very high light intensity pollution” rise between 1993 and 2013. The use of excessive artificial outdoor lighting has several harmful implications not just for human health but for the wellbeing of animals, birds, insects and our environment. Use of artificial lights at night gives us more working and studying hours but it results in the problem of ‘loss of night.’ We find it difficult to fall asleep when the glow of streets enters our homes. It impacts our sleep‐wake rhythm, which could have serious implications for our moods and health. Illumination of gardens impacts animals and insects too. It is nocturnal insects and birds that suffer the most due to light pollution. It makes them disoriented, impacts their reproduction and thus their populations.

Question#39 — The light pollution map is related to the adverse effects of

Question# 40- One of the major pollutants is in the form of

Question#41 — Light pollution intensity refers to

Question#43 — The loss of the night, as mentioned in the passage, will lead to

Question-Based on Data Interpretation

Question#46- The total number of employees in Organisation C is approximately what percent of the total number of employees in Organisation D?

Question#47 — What is the total number of males in all the five organisations together?

Question #48 — What is the ratio of the number of males in Organisation A to the number of males in Organisation C?