2013 December Gujarat State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (G SET) / State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) Examination Paper I conducted by M. S. University (MSU) Baroda, Test Booklet Code (Set or Series) A (General or Compulsory for all subjects is given below.
1. Learning takes place when:
(A) There is a match between ‘what’ and ‘how’ students learn
(B) The teacher presents the content accurately
(C) The learning experience is organized within a stipulated time
(D) Teacher’s focus is on completion of syllabus
2. Which of the following does not justify teaching as a profession?
(A) Specialized knowledge
(B) Specialized skills
(C) Marked Training Institution
(D) Market oriented effortwww.netugc.com
3. Which is not a significant challenge faced by a beginner teacher?
(A) Content Mastery
(B) Use of ICT in teaching
(C) Following policy of the institution
(D) Classroom management
4. It has been usually opined that ‘learning in the educational institutions these days is wasted’ because:
(A) Subjects are boring
(B) Teachers communicate their subject thoroughly
(C) Subjects are not communicated in life relevant ways
(D) Most teachers are well acquainted with their subject
5. A teacher uses local language to raise the effectiveness in class. This refers to:
(A) Effective encoding
(B) Effective decoding
(C) Effective encoding and decoding
(D) Effective media interlink
6. Which of the following ensures greater participation of students in classroom?
(A) Lecture by the teacher
(B) Discussion organized by the teacher
(C) Field trip organized by the teacher
(D) Class notes given by the teacher
7. A characteristic to be ascertained initially in a good research is:
(A) Well formulated hypothesis
(B) A good research supervisor
(C) Adequate library work
(D) A well formulated problem
8. You want to study the opinion of students of Gujarat regarding introduction of ‘choice based credit system’ in higher education. The most appropriate sampling technique for the purpose is:
(A) Multistage Random Sampling
(B) Cluster Sampling
(C) Quota Sampling
(D) Snowball Sampling
9. The research that generated new ideas, principles and theories providing foundation for progress and development in different fields is called:
(A) Empirical Research
(B) Historical Research
(C) Fundamental Research
(D) Experimental Research
10. Which of the following is not the basis of scientific method?
(A) Empirical evidence
(B) Opinions and responses of people
(C) Laboratory experimentations
(D) Objective considerations
11. Researcher carries out Review of Related Literature. This helps here in many ways. But one of the following is not covered by the review of related literature:
(A) Finding gaps in research
(B) Getting research questions
(C) Framing hypothesis
(D) Implications of research
12. ……. Is unsuitable for graphical representation of continuous data.
(C) Bar Chart
13. Which of the following arrangements from the smallest to the largest unit of storage holds good in information technology?
(A) Kilobyte, Gigabyte, Megabyte, Terabyte
(B) Kilobyte, Terabyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte
(C) Kilobyte, Terabyte, Gigabyte, Megabyte
(D) Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte
14. Which one of the following is not a network device?
15. Universities in India can launch their own FM radio stations. The objective is to:
(A) Entertain students
(B) Expose students to further information
(C) Provide students chances to compare
(D) Provide students chances to sing
16. Find the odd one out:
17. Genuine communication cannot be planned because:
(A) Many channels need to be utilized
(B) It is difficult to stick to the pre-decided topic
(C) Language is a very poor medium of expression
(D) The cycle of messages depends on spontaneous, verbal and non-verbal feedback chain
18. The full form of ‘http’ is:
(A) Hypertext technology program
(B) Hypertext transfer program
(C) Hypertext topology protocol
(D) Hypertext transfer protocol
19. Communication is a process of transferring information from one source to other individual, in which:
(A) Sender should understand the information under transfer
(B) Receiver should understand the information under transfer
(C) Sender sends the information to receiver
(D) Both should understand the information under transfer
20. Video Conferencing can be classified as one of the following types of communication:
(A) Visual one way
(B) Audio-Visual one way
(C) Audio-Visual two way
(D) Visual two way
21. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the use of internet protocol networks to carry voice phone calls. Which of the following would not normally be regarded as an advantage of VoIP
(A) Low cost telephony
(B) Increased portability
(C) Increased geographical anonymity
(D) Greater functionality
22. The process of understanding information within oneself is called:
(A) Interpersonal communication
(B) Inter-group communication
(C) Intrapersonal communication
(D) Interactive communication
23. ‘Bluetooth’ technology allows:
(A) Landline phone to mobile phone communication
(B) Signal transmission on mobile phone only
(C) Wireless communication between equipments
(D) Landline transmission only
24. Communication will be effective if:
(A) It is delivered slowly and clearly
(B) It is delivered in a calm situation
(C) It reaches the receiver completely
(D) It reaches the receiver as intended by the sender
25. Insert the missing number in the following sequence:
5, 11, 23, …., 95, 191
26. Letters in the set ARUTF: DSXUI have certain relationship. Under the same relationship, mark the correct choice for the letters of the set PQRSF: ………..
27. In a certain code RSDFRBMUG means SREESANTH, then how FIXING can be written in the same code?
28. At what time between f4 and 5 o’clock the minute and hour hands of a clock point in opposite directions?
(A) 45 minutes past 4
(B) 40 minutes past 4
(C) 50 4/11 minutes past 4
(D) 54 6/11 minutes past 4
29. If PEN=25 and HEN=17, then MEN=?
30. In a row of girls, Bindu is twelfth from either end of the row. How many girls are there in the row?
Read the following text and answer the questions from 31 to 36:
Investigators have noticed some similarities between the fantastic events in fairy tales and those in adult dreams- the fulfillment of wishes, winning over all competitors and the destruction of enemies. There are, of course, very significant differences also. For example, in dreams more often than not the wish fulfillment is disguised, while in fairy tales much of it is openly expressed. To a considerable degree, dreams are the result of inner pressures which have found no relief, and of problems which beset a person to which he knows no solution and to which the dream finds none. The fairy tale does the opposite; it projects the relief of all pressures and not only offers ways to solve problems, but promises a happy solution. We cannot control what goes on in our dreams. Although our inner censorship influences what we may dream, such control occurs at an unconscious level. The fairy tale, on the other hand, is the result of conscious and unconscious content having been shaped by the conscious mind, not of one particular person but of many in regard to what they view as universal human problems. Only if a fairy tale met the conscious and unconscious needs of many people, would it be told and retold with great interest.
31. It can be inferred from the passage that the author’s interest in fairy tales centres chiefly on their:
(A) Literary qualities
(B) Historical background
(C) Factual accuracy
(D) Psychological relevance
32. Which of the following is common in dreams and fairy tales?
(A) Destruction of enemies
(B) Solution of universal human problems
(C) Unconscious requirement of many people
(D) Subject to inner censorship
33. According to the passage, fairy tales differ from dreams in which of the following characteristics?
(I) The communal nature of their creation
(II) Their convention of happy ending
(III) Their enduring general appeal.
(A) (I) only
(B) (II) only
(C) (I) and (II) only
(D) (II) and (III) only
34. Which of the following is not true?
(A) Fairy tales offer solutions to human problems
(B) All tales are retold with great interest
(C) Dreams and fairy tales differ in some wayswww.netugc.com
(D) Dreams are subject to inner censorship
35. In the context of this passage, the relationship between dreams and fairy tales is:
(A) Cause and effect
(B) Comparison and contrast
(C) General principle and example
(D) Similar examples of a general principle
36. An appropriate title for the passage would be:
(A) Psychology of dreams
(B) Dreams and fairy tales
(C) How the Unconscious Manifests
(D) Solve your problems through dreams and stories
37. Cigarette smoking is banned in public places in India because it:
(A) Irritates non-smokers
(B) Suffocates non-smokers
(C) Creates headache to non-smokers
(D) Harms lungs of non-smokers
38. Waste management has been one of the most current issues being tackled at present. Which of the following is a good example for it?
(A) Keep parks and roads clean
(B) Use less water to clean vessels
(C) Recycle biodegradable waste
(D) Reduce use of electronic gadgets
39. A few actions of youth that point to their environmental insensitivity are given below. Which does not belong to this category?
(A) Grafitti on the walls and desks
(B) Playing audio loud
(C) Going on strike
(D) Riding motorbikes without silencers
40. Promotion of non-conventional sources of energy is advocated in day to day life now-a-days. This will reduce”
(A) Cost of petrol and diesel
(B) Consumption of crude oil
(C) Dependency on electricity and petroleum based fuels
(D) Cost of electricity
41. ‘Narmada Bachao Andolan” was triggered due to:
(A) Disproportionate sharing of Narmada water with neighboring states
(B) Disturbances and rehabilitation issues
(C) Water pollution to the farming land
(D) Ill-treatment to farmers
42. Which of the following is the cause of change in seasons?
(A) The tilt of the earth’s axis
(B) The rotation of the earth
(C) Distance of the place from equator
(D) Prevailing winds blowing across land and water
43. Evaluate the following statements in terms of whether each is a Fact, Opinion, Prejudice or Advice by choosing correct alternative:
(i) Union elections in universities should not be held.
(ii) Students leaders are never able to perform well in the study.
(iii) Do study for few hours a day regularly even if exams are far away.
(iv) Unless necessary credits are earned, degree cannot be awarded.
Opinion Prejudice Fact Advice
(A) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)
(B) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii)
(C) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(D) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii)
44. Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Travellers, Train and Bus?
45. Of the following statements there are two statements both of which cannot be true but both can be false.
Which are these two statements?
(i) All the cricketers are match fixers.
(ii) Some cricketers are involved in match fixing.
(iii) No cricketer is involved in match fixing.
(iv) Some cricketers are dedicated to cricket.
(A) (iii) and (iv)
(B) (i) and (ii)
(C) (ii) and (iii)
(D) (i) and (iv)
46. Consider the following statement followed by two assumptions (i) and (ii). Choose the correct answer.
Statement: Success is how much a person bounces up after hitting the bottom.
(i) A person can totally fail.
(ii) It is possible for a person to rise again after failure.
(A) Only assumption (i) is implicit.
(B) Only assumption (ii) is implicit.
(C) Both the assumptions (i) and (ii) are implicit.
(D) None of the assumptions (i) and (ii) is implicit.
47. In the following, a statement is followed by two conclusions (i) and (ii). Decide which conclusion is valid.
Statement: Out of 200 runs made by a team in a one day cricket match, 160 runs were made by spinners.
(i) 80% of the team consists of spinners.
(ii) The opening batsmen were spinners.
(A) Only conclusion (i) follows.
(B) Only conclusion (ii) follows.
(C) Either conclusion (i) or conclusion (ii) follows.
(D) Neither conclusion (i) nor conclusion (ii) follows.
48. P, Q, R and S are statements such that if P is true, then Q is true and if P is false, then Q is false. The statements P and Q are:
49. A magazine printed a survey in its monthly issue and asked reader to fill it out and send it in. Over 1000 students did so. This type of sample is called:
(A) A cluster sample
(B) A self-selected sample
(C) A stratified sample
(D) A simple random sample
A survey asked people how often they exceed speed limits. The data is then categorized into the following table of counts showing the relationship between age group and response
Read the above table and answer the Question Nos. 50 to 54:
50. Among the people with age under 30, what are the odds that they always exceed the speed limit?
(A) 1 to 2
(B) 2 to 1
(C) 1 to 1
51. What is the % different in the positive attitude of over 30 people towards not exceeding speed limit?
52. Overall, what is the “risk” of always exceeding the speed limit?
53. What is the relative risk of always exceeding the speed limit for people under 30 compared to people over 30?
54. Among the people with age over 30, what is the “risk” of always exceeding the speed limit?
55. Open learning system means:
(A) Students can take up any number of programmes at a time.
(B) Student can join a programme at any time.
(C) Student can join any programme at any time
(D) Student can appear in the examination at any time.
56. ‘Impact Factor’ in research is linked with:
(A) Published books
(B) Research journals
(C) Research papers
(D) Research thesis
57. The birthday of late Dr. Abul Kalam Azad is celebrated as …. in India.
(A) Teachers’ Day
(B) National Higher Education Day
(C) National Education Day
(D) National Education Policy Day
58. In the credit based grading system (CGS) the term ‘credit’ refers to the number of hours assigned for:
(A) A course per day
(B) A course per month
(C) A course per week
(D) The entire course
59. Private universities are being established in Gujarat. These come into existence on the basis of:
(A) Public demand
(B) State Legislative Act
(C) Government order
(D) UGC Directive
60. NAAC accreditation of a university reveals:
(A) The level of quality in the university
(B) The merits of the university
(C) The weakness of university
(D) The advice given to the university