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NET June 2019 has been conducted throughout the country between 20th June 2019 and 26 June 2019 through the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode in which 6,81, 718 candidates appeared. UGC NET 2019 Exam is being conducted for 101 subjects at different Examination Centers spread across the country for the post of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or Assistant Professor only. In this article we are going to share the detailed Exam Analysis of NTA UGC NET June 2019 Exam conducted online on 24th June, 21st June and 20th June 2019 (Shift 1&2) . let՚s first look at the Exam Pattern of NTA UGC NET June 2019 Exam. For explanations and solutions to these questions don՚t forget to visit www.doorsteptutor.com

1. What are the elements of evaluation plan?

a. Purpose

b. Resources

c. Analysis

d. Authority

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

1. a and c

2. b only

3. b, c and d

4. a, b and c

2. Tertiary source of data is

1. Films, hoardings and posters

2. Government gazette, newspapers and magazines

3. Information derived from both primary and secondary sources

4. Data collected from policy papers

3. From the following list identify the qualitative research characteristics and select your answer from the codes given below:

i. Creating purpose statements and research questions

ii. Stating the purpose and research questions in a broad way

iii. Collecting data based on words from a small number of individuals

iv. Collecting numeric data and statistical analysis

v. Using text analysis and interpreting larger meanings of the findings

Code:

1. ii iii v

2. i ii iii

3. i ii iv

4. i iii v

4. Which type of evaluation focuses on the identification of deficiencies and difficulties of the learner?

1. Summative evaluation

2. Follow up evaluation

3. Diagnostic evaluation

4. Criterion-referenced evaluation

5. Position papers are

1. Compiling of academic articles

2. Providing review articles

3. Offering a synopsis of an extended research

4. Highlighting of issues and depiction of status

6. Case studies are

1. Studies conducted in areas of genetics and microbiology

2. In-depth examination of a subject and its related conditions

3. A report on the existing socio-political condition

4. Specialised research in the areas of health and sanitation

7. Which of the following is the key behaviour contributing to effective teaching?

1. Summarizing what was told by a student

2. Encouraging students to elaborate on an answer

3. Using direct and indirect questioning

4. Explaining concepts in a logical step by step presentation

8. Instructions which encourage live participation and interaction through online classes are called 1. Synchronous instructions

2. Asynchronous instructions

3. Traditional instructions

4. Theoretical instructions

9. A hypothesis is

1. A certain and established finding

2. A part of the research question

3. A strategy of evaluating data

4. A tentative statement proving an explanation

10. Which of the following is an example of higher order of cognitive learning outcome?

1. Learning of facts and their sequences

2. Learning roles and action sequences

3. Learning of concepts and abstractions

4. Leaning of awareness and valuing

Read the following passage and answer questions

Perhaps what bothered the media in 1970s was the shift in liberty being suggested. For centuries, journalists had operated on the basis of liberty, or freedom from external restraints. Suddenly, however, the thrust was positive freedom, a freedom for pursuit of some predetermined goals. This new social responsibility seems grounded on a school of thought that are free to walk without first making sure they are not crippled. Who better than government is able to provide humanity with appropriate means? Government, even a democratic government, is seen by social responsibility adherents as the only force strong enough to guarantee effective operation of freedom. This does not mollify observers who find social responsibility to be only slightly disguised version of authoritarianism. Media philosopher John Merrill has been one of the most outspoken critics of the theory. To him, the proposition that pluralism of ideas should be governmentally mandated is ludicrous. Journalists, he says must retain their freedom to make their own news and editorial judgements. Even well intentioned attempts by outside groups seeking media improvement are self-serving, and inevitably lessen the autonomy of journalists, Merrill maintains. This leads us to the issue of media autonomy.

11. What was the basis of the operation of journalists earlier?

1. Freedom of limited choices

2. Social responsibility

3. Free from outside pressure

4. Government control

12. Some scholars consider social responsibility aspect of media as

1. Negative Freedom

2. Pluralism

3. Democratization of media

4. Authoritarianism

13. Positive freedom means

1. Grounded thoughts

2. Pursuing certain set goals

3. Freedom with conditions

4. Providing identified means

14. The passage critically analyses

1. Operations of journalists

2. Mandate for government

3. Social responsibility theory of media

4. Regimented autonomy of journalists

15. According to, John Merrill, seeking improvement in media, is

1. Appropriate

2. Well intentioned

3. Inevitable

4. Self-serving

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