UGC NET Dec 2013 Paper 1 Solved Part 6 [ CBSE NET-JRF Updates ]
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Q. The population information is called parameter while the corresponding sample information is known as
(C) Sampling design
Parameter is the information about the population while statistics is the information aabout the sample.
Q. The outlook for the conservation heritage changed
A) After the establishment of the international center for the study of the preservation and restoration of cultural property
B) After training the specialists in the field.
C) After extending UNESCO's assistance to the educational institutions
D) After ASI's measures to protect the monuments.
International center for the study of the preservation and restoration of cultural property (ICCROM) has changed the idea on conservation of heritage by providing worldwide through training, information, research, cooperation and advocacy programmes. It aims to enhance the field of conservation-restoration and raise awareness to the importance and fragility of cultural heritage. It is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to the preservation of cultural heritage.
Q. The inter-government organization was appreciated because of
A) Increasing number of member to 126
B) Imparting training to professionals and sharing technical expertise.
C) Consistent investment in conservation
D) Its proactive role in renovation and restoration
An intergovernmental organization or international governmental organization or IGO is an organization composed primarily of sovereign states and aims to give training and refresher courses to professionals and share technical expertise of knowledge.
Q. Indian conservation movement will be successful it there would be
A) Financial support from the Government of India
B) Non-governmental organizations role and participation in the conservation moment.
C) Consistent investment, rigorous attention, and dedicated research and dissemination of awareness for conservation.
D) Archaeological Survey of India's meaningful assistance.
Any effort or conservation can be successful only if there are consistent investments, good attention and research activities, along with awareness amongst its people.
Q. As per the Surveys of historical monuments in India, there is very small number of protected monuments. As per given the total number of monuments and enlisted number of protected monuments, percentage comes to
A) 10 Percent
B) 11 Percent
C) 12 Percent
D) 13 Percent
All ancient and historical monuments which have been declared by the Ancient and Historical Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains (Declaration of National Importance) Act, 1951, or by section 126 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956 to be of national importance shall also be deemed to be protected monuments for the purposes of this Act. Total number is 60,000(unprotected)+6600 (protected) =66,600. so out of these 66,600 only 6600 are protected . So percentage of protected monuments out of total monuments can be derived = 6600/66600*100= 9.90% which approximates to 10%.
- Published on: January 22, 2014