UGC NET Paper 1 December (Pack of 7) - UGC NET PAPER 1 3rd December 2019 Evening Shift

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11. A researcher while reporting his /her research findings gives weightage to stakeholder's perspective in a qualitative research theme. This will involve

  • Option : C
  • Explanation : Since the research is qualitative, it is clear that perspectives of various stakeholders will be included. So, the event of the researcher giving weightage to their perspective is nothing but disclosure of the reality or the real situation; rather than bias/prejudice, violation of ethical norms, or inappropriate interference of others.
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12. Given below are two premises with four conclusions drawn from them. Which of the following is valid conclusion drawn from the premises?
Premises: (i) All diaries are copies
(ii) No copy is book

Conclusions :(A) Some diaries are books
(B) Some books are copies
(C) No book is copy
(0) No diary is book
Choose the correct option:

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : This is an AEE type syllogism where premises 'All X are Y'(A), and 'No Y are Z'(E), lead to the conclusion 'No Z are X' (E). So, the conclusion of the given premises will be 'No book is diary'.
    Conversion yields an equivalent proposition (and is hence a valid inference). Option (d) 'No diary is book' is the converse of this conclusion; hence, valid. Also, option (c) 'No book is copy' is the converse of the
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13. An important element in classroom communication is

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Fields of experience, including the teacher's teaching and other experiences; and also the life experiences shared by the students, introduce valuable inputs of knowledge and skills in to classroom communication. Physical infrastructure of the classroom has negligible effect if classroom communication is otherwise effective; conditioned feedback does not indicate learning outcomes have been attained or not; linearity of message eliminates feedback which is an important indicator of the learning that has happened.
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14. Identify those features of learner behaviour which are associated with understanding level teaching:
(A) The student renders facts and information in his/her own words
(B) The student immediately recalls the facts taught
(C) The student gives his/her own examples in order to explain a point
(0) The student interprets the meanings in various ways
(E) The student correctly reproduces the sequence taught
Select your answer from the following options

  • Option : D
  • Explanation : Teaching happens at three levels: Memory level involves recalling the facts taught (b); and reproducing the sequence taught(e)
    Understanding level involves imbibing well so as to be able to present facts and information in ones' own words(a); give one's own examples to explain a point(c); and interpret the meanings in various ways (d); Reflective level involves deep thinking and reflection so as to be able to identify, define and solve problems.
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15. The style of writing a thesis and research article has to be

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : The style of thesis writing, regardless of the subject domain being science or any other, must be scientific in respect of language used. Scientific writing is technical writing that researchers do to communicate their findings and analysis to others. Scientific writing is predicated on the rigors of scientific inquiry, so it must reflect the same precision as that demanded in the research process.
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