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1. Micro expressions, as part of classroom communication, are

  • Option : D
  • Explanation : Micro expressions are facial expressions that occur fleetingly and are over within a fraction of a second. They reveal a person's true emotions.
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2. In which type of qualitative research designs, individual stories to describe the lives of people are explored?

  • Option : D
  • Explanation : Narrative research is a literary form of qualitative research that involves writing narratives/descriptions/stories about experiences of individuals and discussing their meaning with the individual.
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3. The distinction between laukika and alaukika is made with reference to which one of the following Pramanas?

  • Option : C
  • Explanation : Perception is classified in the following two ways:
    (i) Ordinary and Extra-ordinary perception (Laukika and Alaukika Pratyaksha)
    (ii) Indeterminate and Determinate perception (Nirvikalpa and Savikalpa pratyaksha
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4. Which of the following are essential for good classroom communication?
(A) Over-emphasis on certain words.
(B) Use of gobbledygook
(C) Proper employment of redundancy
(D) Immediacy of feedback
(E) Non-verbal cues
(F) Sidelining student criticism
Choose the correct option from the following:

  • Option : C
  • Explanation : Redundancy refers to messages which convey highly predictable information to the receiver. Proper employment of redundancy instils feel good factor in the receiver/audience and makes communication effective. Quick/immediate feedback propels the communication process forward. Non-verbal cues, ifused appropriately, increase clarity, trust and interest in the verbal presentation. On the other hand, over-emphasis on certain words, excessive use of technical terms (gobbledygook) and ignoring!sidelining! overlooking student criticism are barriers to good communication.
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5. "All students cleared their examination"and ''Few students did not clear their examination". This is an instance of _________.

  • Option : A
  • Explanation : 'All' is a universal inclusive term which does not leave out any unit. So, when all students cleared their exam, the proposition, 'A few students did not clear their exam' is contradictory.
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