UGC Solved Paper 1 29th June 2014 Set X Part 4 of 10 [ CBSE NET-JRF Updates ]
Examrace under Examrace UGC Paper 1 Series covers the complete topics and subtopics that were asked in the June UGC paper 1 examination. In this section we will discuss questions 16 to 20 from Set X for 29th June 2014 UGC NET examination. All the questions discussed will contain the correct answers and explanations for the same.
16. Identify the IP address from the following:
a) 300.215-317 3
Explanation: The correct format to write IP address is to use dots between each set of digits.
17. The acronym FTP stands for:
a) File Transfer Protocol
b) Fast Transfer Protocol
c) File Tracking Protocol
d) File Transfer Procedure
FTP stands for file transfer protocol and is a method by which you can transfer files from one computer to another.
18. Which of the following cities was affected by worst urban smog in recent times?
c) Lost Angeles
Explanation: Beijing along with Tianjin and Hebei province & central and western Shandong province is affected by the worst urban smog in recent times. Beijing has a four-tier alert system, using blue, yellow, orange and red to indicate the air pollution level. A red alert indicates the most serious air pollution (AQI above 300) for 3 consecutive days. An orange alert indicates heavy to serious air pollution (AQI between 200 and 300) alternately for 3 consecutive days. A yellow alert means severe pollution for 1 day or heavy pollution for 3 consecutive days.
19. The primary source of organic pollution in fresh water bodies is:
a) runoff from urban areas
b) runoff from agricultural areas
c) sewage effluents
d) industrial effluents
Explanation: The main source of freshwater pollution can be attributed to discharge of untreated waste mainly sewage effluents.
20. Lahar is a natural disaster involving:
a) eruption of large amount of material
b) strong winds
c) strong water waves
d) strong winds and water waves
Explanation: Lahar is a natural disaster that involves eruption of large amount of material from volcano. The material flows down from a volcano, typically along a river valley is known as lahar.
- Published on: June 30, 2014