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NET June 2019 has been conducted throughout the country between 20th June 2019 and 26th 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 Centres 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

Q 1. Quantitative research is also called the

(1) Ethnographic approach

(2) Unstructured approach

(3) Descriptive approach

(4) Structured approach

Q 2. Below is given a list of teaching methods and approaches. Which among them are individualized approaches?

(i) Demonstration method

(ii) Modular approach based teaching

(iii) Programmed learning

(iv) Personalized teaching

(v) Collaborative method

Select your answer from the options given below:

(1) (i), (ii) and (iii)

(2) (ii), (iii) and (iv)

(2) (iii), (iv) and (v)

(4) (i), (iv) and (v)

Q 3. In the research method, generalisations may be made that will be applicable to other situations of the same type. What is this called?

(1) Cohort study

(2) Case study

(3) Panel study

(4) Blind study

Q 4. Which of the following statements is true in the case of a test prepared by you as a teacher?

(1) If a test is reliable, it is objective

(2) If a test is valid, it is reliable also

(3) If a test is reliable, it is valid

(4) If a test is valid and reliable, it is usable

Q 5. The easiest attitudinal scale which is a summated rating scale is the

(1) Guttman scale

(2) Likert Scale

(3) Thurstone scale

(4) MLA scale

Q 6. Which of the following statements best explains the concept of team teaching?

(1) More than two teachers teach

(2) More than two teachers plan and teach together the same class

(3) More than two teachers plan and teach the same class as per their expertise.

(4) A team of teachers who are ready and available to teach the students.

Q 7. Research that focuses on social inequality between men and women is called

(1) Comparative research

(2) Longitudinal research

(3) Action research

(4) Feminist research

Q 8. When the researcher does not know the identity of the experimental and place groups, the study is termed as

(1) Blind

(2) Double-blind

(3) Panel

(4) Cohort

Q 9. Which among of the following bases can be counted to judge the effectiveness of teaching?

(i) Marks obtained by students in overall subjects

(ii) Level of realization of instructional objectives

(iii) Time taken by the students to learn

(iv) Resources used by the teacher in teaching

(v) Regularity of students in class

Select your answer from the options given below:

(1) (i), (ii) and (iii)

(2) (i), (ii) and (iv)

(3) (iii), (iv) and (v)

(4) (ii), (iii) and (iv)

Q 10. As per the cognitive development theory of Jean Piaget, adolescent students are in which stage of development?

(1) Sensory motor stage

(2) Concrete operational stage

(3) Operational stage

(4) Formal operational stage

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Intelligence is associated with academic achievement by most people. The various theories of intelligence created by psychologies hold that there are two kinds of academic intelligence-verbal and mathematical or logical. Intelligence is an inherited trait that impacts individual behaviour and performance according to most experts. But many research studies have revealed that the environment greatly impacts the development of intelligence. Since, one property of intelligence is analytical and reasoning skills, people with high intelligence quotient will understand the problem at hand better than people with a low IQ.

Many organizations consider intelligence as an important criterion while recruiting. For instance, in many management schools, a lot of weightage is given to high IQ while admitting students or recruiting faculty members. The qualities of intelligent people are high energy drive, achievement and competitiveness. Very intelligent employees learn job- related skills and other organisational practices quickly and organisations have to spend less time training them. People with high intelligence have good decision making ability due to their good analytical and reasoning skills, with a high achievement drive, they are mostly by very productive. As the saying goes, ‘A wise enemy is better than a foolish’ friend; Even with such a high IQ very intelligent people may not always be very happy. The high IQ makes them dysfunctional leading to anxiety and depression. Generally speaking, people with at high intelligent quotient are often dissatisfied people.

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