Part A-Dec 2016

CSIR-UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellowship and Lecturer-ship

Some Important Questions Collected from the Memory of Students and Probable Questions and Answers

Previous Year Questions & Answers –Part A. Dec 2016

1. Two cockroaches of the same species have the same thickness but different lengths and widths. Their ability to survive in oxygen deficient environments will be compromised if:
1.Their thickness increases, and the rest of the size remains the same
1.Their thickness remains unchanged, but their length increases
2.Their thickness remains unchanged, but their width decreases.
Their thickness decreases, but the rest of the size remains unchanged.
Ans:- 1
Expln:- Diffusion of oxygen will become difficult, as the thickness increases. Hence the cockroach is not able to survive in oxygen deficient environments.

2. The bar chart shows number of seats won by four political parties in a state legislative assembly.

Which of the following  pie-charts correctly depicts this information ?

Ans:- 2
Expln:- Total number of seats won by four political parties in a state legislative assembly =
50 + 35 + 20 + 35 = 140
In the given bar chart, first and third bar = 50%
That is , 50 + 20 =70
3. The random errors associated with the measurement of P and Q are 10% and 2 %, respectively. What is the percentage random error in P/Q ?
1. 12.0                     2. 9.8

3. 8.0                      4. 10.2

Ans:- 1
Expln:- The error % in P/Q is 12 %; because, error % of numerator and denominator will get added up.
4. In how many distinguishable ways can the letters of the word CHANCE be arranged ?
1. 120                  2. 720
3. 360                  4. 240
Ans:- 3
5. Find out the missing pattern

Ans:- 1
Expln:- In first square – 2 + 5 = 7
In third square, 18/6 = 3
In fourth square, 9-7 =2
Hence in the second square it will be 7 x 2 = 14

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