UGC NET Question Papers :: Aptitude June 2012 1: part1



UGC NET : Aptitude June 2012 1 QUESTION PAPERS :: part1 : 1 to 5

Following UGC NET Multiple choice objective type questions and answers were taken from old (previous year) question papers. It may helps you in UGC NET 2013, NET 2014 examinations :

1.Choose the right code. A deductive argument claims that: I. the conclusion does not claim something more than that which is contained in the premises. II. The conclusion is supported by the premise/premises may be either true or false. III. If the conclusion is false, then premise/premises may be either true or false. IV. If premise/combination of premises is true, then conclusion must be true.

I and II
I and III
II and III
All the above

2.If MOHAN is represented by the code KMFYL, then COUNT will be represented by

AMSLR
MSLAR
MASPL
SAMLR

3.If the statement ‘most of the students are obedient’ is taken to be true, which one of the following pair of statements can be claimed to be true?: I. All obedient persons are students. II. All students are obedient. III. Some students are obedient. IV. Some students are not disobedient.

I & II
II & III
III & IV
II & IV

4.Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (4 to 9): The popular view of towns and cities in developing countries and of urbanization process is that despite the benefits and comfort it brings, the emergence of such cities cannot’ s environmental degradation, generation of slums and squatters, urban poverty, unemployment, crimes, lawlessness, traffic chaos etc. But what is the reality? Given the unprecedented increase in urban population over the last 50 year from 300 million in 1950to 2 billion in 2000 in developing countries, the wonder really is how well the world has coped, and not how badly. In general, the urban quality of life has improved in terms of availability of water and sanitation, power, health and education, communication and transport. By way of illustration, a large number of urban residents have been provided with improved water in urban areas in Asia’s largest countries such as China, India, Indonesia and Philippines. Despite that, the access to improved water in terms of percentage of total urban population seems to have declined during the last decade of 20th century, though in absolute numbers, millions of additional urbanities, have been provided improved services. These countries have made significant progress in the provision of sanitation services too, together, providing for an additional population of more than 293 million citizens within a decade (1990-2000). These improvements must be viewed against the backdrop of rapidly increasing urban population, fiscal crunch and strained human resources and efficient and quality-oriented public management. The popular view about the process of urbanization in developing countries is?

Positive
Negative
Neutral
Unspecified

5.The file extension of MS-Word document in Office 2007 is

.pdf
.doc
.docx
.txt

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