# UGC NET Paper 1 December (Pack of 7) - UGC NET Paper 1 6th December 2019 Evening Shift

>>>>>>>>UGC NET Paper 1 6th December 2019 Evening Shift

 Subject Physics (200 max marks) Chemistry (100 max marks) Mathematics (200 max marks) Computer science (200 max marks) General English (100 max marks) Marks Obtained 155 80 165 140 X
The marks (X) obtained by the student in General English would be

• Option : C
• Explanation :
Total maximum marks
= 200+ 100+200 + 200 + 100= 800
Overall marks percentage = 78%
Overall marks = 800 x (78/100) = 624
Total marks obtained
= 155 + 80 + 165 + 140 + x = 540 + x
Now, 540 + x = 624
x = 624-540 = 84

• Option : A
• Explanation :
Intervention based action research is a specific type of action research that adopts a critical approach towards processes/ practices and aims for improvements. It carries out the stages of planning, action, observation and critical analysis or reflection (based on collected data) on how successful or unsuccessful the process of research was and accordingly repeats the cycle with improved plan and action in order to introduce improvements in relevant practices. This type of research is facilitated by participation and collaboration of number of individuals with a common purpose. The recommended sequence is shown below.

• Option : C
• Explanation :
Social competence relates to one's ability to communicate and interact with the people in the teaching-learning environment which directly influences learning. Several factors determine one's social competence. One's socio-economic status or the caste of birth/ income class/religious community has a telling effect on one's level of confidence! ease to communicate and act, quality of social circle, access to opportunities and affordability of resources. All this is crucial to one's emotional well being and also determines the level of motivation one has to achieve one's goals.

• Option : B
• Explanation :
Inference occupies a central place in the Hindu school of logic (Nyaya). This school worked out a syllogism in the form of an argument that goes through five stages:
(1) the proposition (pratijna, literally "promise"),
(2) the ground (hetu),
(3) the illustration (udaharana),
(4) the application (upanaya), and
(5) the conclusion (nigamana).
A syllogism is vitiated by a fallacious ground or hetvabhasa ("the mere appearance of a ground").
Upamana (analogy) is one of the six main sources of knowledge in astiks system of Indian philosophy.

• Option : A
• Explanation :
Interpreting or analysing the collected data is essential to make inferences and arrive at conclusions. However, data should be in comprehensible form to be useful for the purpose. Qualitative data is generally descriptive and needs to be coded for ease of analysis. Qualitative data collected through technical media such as audio and/or video recording first needs to be transcribed (put thoughts, speech, or data into written or printed form), only then can it be coded.
Data transcription refers to the process by which certain qualitative data is interpreted or translated into words that can then be categorised, coded and studied.
Structural equation modeling is a multivariate statistical analysis technique that is used to analyze the structural relationship between measured variables and latent constructs.
Sequential analysis or sequential hypothesis testing is statistical analysis where the sample size is not fixed in advance. Instead data are evaluated as they are collected, and further sampling is stopped in accordance with a pre-defined stopping rule as soon as significant results are observed.
Sampling is the process of selecting units (e.g., people, organizations) from a population of interest so that by studying the sample the researcher may fairly generalize the findings to the population from which they were chosen.