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UGC NET Exam November 2017 solved paper — General Paper I

The UGC NET Examination 2017 November was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 5th November, 2017.  The answers of the General Paper I of booklet series are given below: 1. Which of the following set of statements best represents the nature and objective of teaching and learning ? (a) Teaching is like Read more…

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UGC NET Exam January 2017 solved paper — General Paper I

The UGC NET examination 2016 December was not held; but was held on 22nd January 2017. The UGC NET Examination Question Paper-1 Test Booklet Code W along with the answers are given below. 1. The principal of a school conducts an interview session of teachers and students with a view to explore the possibility of Read more…

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UGC NET Exam June 2012 solved paper — Education Paper III

1. Which of the following description of a classroom best illustrates the use of technology in teaching and learning ? (A) Classroom well decorated with pictures, charts and maps. (B) Classroom provided with PC and CCTV connections. (C) Classroom provided with electric supply for using gadgets. (D) Both (A) and (B). 2.“Reverse the usual practice Read more…

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UGC NET Exam June 2006 solved paper — General Paper I

Dear UGC NET exam aspirants, if your going to appear for the UGC NET exam, it is very important to analyse previous questions. You need to check your knowledge and compare them with the solutions. So here, we are providing the solutions of the previous questions of General Paper I which were asked in the Read more…

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UGC NET Exam June 2012 solved paper — Education Paper II

1. Match the following : 2. “No disinterested pursuit of knowledge and no intellectual education for its own sake” was the slogan of the (A) Realists (B) Idealists (C) Pragmatists (D) Naturalists 3. Critically judge the following : Assertion (A) : Marx advocated the creation of a classless society. Reason (R) : There are too Read more…

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Evaluating Course of Action – Set 1 for Competitive Exams

1. Statement: The ‘X’ state government has chalked out a plan for the underdeveloped ‘Y’ district where 80% of the funds will be placed in the hands of a committee of local representatives. Courses of action: I. The ‘X’ state government should decide guidelines and norms for the functioning of the committee. II. Other state Read more…

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Classification Test – Set 1 for Competitive Exams

1. In this question, five words have been given, out of which four are alike in some manner and the fifth one is different. Choose out the odd one? A. Lima B. Algiers C. New York D. Tokyo E. Beijing Answer: C Explanation: All except New York are capital cities. 2. In this question, five Read more…

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Blood Relationships – Set 2 for Competitive Exams

1. Looking at a portrait of a man Harsh said,” His mother is the wife of my father’s son brother and sister I have none at whose portrait was harsh looking? A. His son B. His cousin C. His uncle D. His Nephew Answer: A Explanation: Since Harsh has no brother or sister. So he Read more…

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Statements and Assumptions – Set 1 for Competitive Exams

1. Statement: Salary cannot be the only criteria for deciding a person’s potential. Assumptions: I. Persons with equal potential are not necessarily paid equally. II. Salary of a person is not linked only with the potential. A. If only assumption I is implicit B. If only assumption II is implicit C. If either I or Read more…

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Alphabet Coding – Set 1 for Competitive Exams

1. If in a certain language, MADRAS is written as NBESBT, how is BOMBAY coded in that code? 1. CPNCBX 2. CPNCBZ 3. CPOCBZ 4. CQOCBZ Answer: 2 (CPNCBZ) Explanation – Each letter in the word is moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code 2. In a certain language TRIPPLE Read more…

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Blood Relations – Set 1 for Competitive Exams

1. A person who is the husband of my son’s sister is my_ A. Son-in-law B. Nephew C. Son D. Brother E. Father Answer: A Explanation: My son’s sister is my daughter. My daughter’s husband is my son-in-law. 2. Reena is the daughter of Mahesh’s brother Raj’s wife Gita’s father-in-law Binod . Reena is X’s Read more…

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Appropriate Prepositions of Verbs – Set (1) for Competitive Exams

Verbs Prepositions Abide by (stick to); with (dwell); in , at (place) Abound in , with (have in great quantities or numbers) Absent from Absolve from (discharge, acquit) Abstain from (prevent, avoid) Abut on (to be adjacent to, adjoin) Accede to (agree to) Account for (explain) Accord with, to (agree with, to) Acclimatize to  (adapt) Read more…

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Masculine Gender and Feminine Gender – Set (3) for Competitive Exams

Masculine Gender Feminine Gender Dad Mom Daddy Mummy Director Directress Dog Bitch Drake Duck Drone Bee Earl Countess Editor Editress Emperor Empress Enchanter Enchantress Executor Executress Father Mother Father-in-law Mother-in-law Fiance Fiancee Fox Vixen Francis Frances

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Antonyms of Verbs – Set (1) for Competitive Exams

Verbs    Antonyms Abate Aggrandize, amplify, augment, boost, enlarge, escalate, expand, increase, raise Abide Flout, reject Accede Refuse, deny Accord Abort, call, call off, drop, recall, repeal, rescind, revoke, abrogate, annul, invalidate, nullify, void, write off, recant, retract, take back, withdraw Acquire Forfeit, lose, give up, surrender, release Add Detach, disconnect, disjoin, separate, unfasten, amputate, cut, Read more…

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