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NTA NET Paper 1 11 November 2020 Morning Shift Part 2

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16. Arrange the sequential order of syllogism in Nyaya philosophy:

(A) Pratigya

(B) Hetu

(C) Udaharana

(D) Nigman

(E) Upanaya

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) , (B) , (D) , (E) , (C)

(2) (A) , (C) , (B) , (E) , (D)

(3) (A) , (D) , (B) , (E) , (C)

(4) (A) , (C) , (D) , (B) , (E)

17. A trader marks up the price of goods he sells by 50 % and gives a discount of 20 % . Besides this, he also weighs the goods by 20 % less. What is the net profit he gets?

(1) 20 %

(2) 25 %

(3) 40 %

(4) 50 %

18. Match List I with List II: List I gives sampling methods while List II provides their description.

Match List I with List II: List I Gives Sampling Methods While List II Provides Their Description
List IList II
(Sampling method)(Description)
(A) Stratified sampling(I) The units/members are chosen to represent various areas of characteristics so defined
(B) Cluster sampling(II) Every unit has independent and equal chance of being picked up
(C) Systematic sampling(III) The units are groups and are chosen intact
(D) Dimensional sampling(IV) The members are selected using the interval obtained by N/n - the N = Aggregate. n = desired sub-aggregate

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) - (I) , (B) - (III) , (C) - (III) , (D) - (IV)

(2) (A) - (III) , (B) - (IV) , (C) - (I) , (D) - (II)

(3) (A) - (IV) , (B) - (I) , (C) - (II) , (D) - (III)

(4) (A) - (II) , (B) - (III) , (C) - (IV) , (D) - (I)

19. Arrange the Global Warming Potential of a molecule of the following greenhouse gases (relative to ) in decreasing order:

(A) Methane

(B) Nitrous Oxide

(C) CFC-12

(D) CFC-11

(E) Sulphur hexafluoride ()

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (E) > (D) > (C) > (B) > A

(2) (C) > (E) > (D) > (B) > (A)

(3) (D) > (E) > (C) > (E) > (A)

(4) (E) > (C) > (D) > (B) > (A)

Q. 20 In Universal Negative Proposition, how are the terms distributed? Choose the correct option from the following:

(1) Subject is distributed, predicate is undistributed

(2) Subject is undistributed, predicate is distributed

(3) Both the terms are distributed

(4) Neither the subject is distributed nor the predicate

21. Match List I with List II:

Match List I with List II
List IList II
(Activity)(Function)
(A) Non-verbal communication(I) Reflects confidence in one՚s own self
(B) Listening(II) Occupies more space of personal communication
(C) Empathetic conversation(III) Helps internalize messages
(D) Stress management through communication(IV) Seeing things from others viewpoint

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) - (I) , (B) - (II) , (C) - (IV) , (D) - (III)

(2) (A) - (II) , (B) - (III) , (C) - (IV) , (D) - (I)

(3) A) - (III) , (B) -IV) , (C) - (I) , (D) - (II)

(4) (A) - (IV) , (B) - (I) , (C) - (II) , (D) - (III)

Q. 22 Hetvabhasa (fallacy) produced in the conclusion due to refutation of Sadhya by Hetu is known as:

(1) Asiddha

(2) Savvabhicara

(3) Viruddha

(4) Satpratipaksha

23. Given below are two statements:

Statement I: Use of programmed instructional material as supplement has the potential to optimize learning outcomes.

Statement II: ICT, if used, judiciously will render teaching-learning systems effective and efficient.

In the light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) Both Statement I and Statement II are correct

(2) Both Statement I and Statement II are incorrect.

(3) Statement I is correct but Statement II is incorrect

(4) Statement I is incorrect but. Statement II is correct

24. In a classroom, due to which of the following limitations it is easy to talk about something we do not want to?

(A) Infrastructure

(B) Working memory

(C) Conscious awareness

(D) Yes tags

(E) Mental disagreements

Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) , (B) , (C) only

(2) (B) , (C) , (D) only

(3) (C) , (D) , (E) only

(4) (A) , (D) , (E) only

25. A man walks 400 meters in north direction, took a left turn and walks 600 meters. He again takes left turn and walks for 400 meters. How far and in which direction he is from his original position?

(1) 400 meters, east

(2) 400 meters, west

(3) 600 meters, west

(4) 600 meters, south