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

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

• Option : A
• Explanation :
Classroom interactions are influenced largely by the student's commitment. Once the teacher creates the learning environment, it is the learners' prerogative to make the most of it and optimise learning.
Teacher centric environment does not allow the learner to communicate or interact freely.
Organisational oversight introduces communication barriers and affects classroom interactions.
Unsolicited interventions break the communication flow and send the classroom interactions off-track.

• Option : D
• Explanation :
Mom's age = 50 years
Son's age = 2/5 x 50 = 20 years
Let after x year, the ratio of their age becomes 5 : 3.
Then, (50+x)/(20+x) = 5/3
⇒ 3(50 + x) = 5(20 +x)
⇒ 150+3x=100+5x
⇒ 5x-3x= 150-100
⇒ 2x=50
⇒ x= 50/2 =25 years

• Option : B
• Explanation :
Slippery slope fallacy, also known as absurd extrapolation, thin edge of the wedge, camel '8 nose or domino fallacy, occurs when a relatively insignificant first event is suggested to lead to a more significant event, which in torn leads to a still more significant event, and so on, until the ultimate, concluding significant event is reached. The connections between successive events are absurd and unwarranted.
The connections between the successive events in the given argument, nurses wearing white dress, doctors having private practice, medicines prescribed being expensive and the concluding event 'treatment in the hospital is of poor quality' are absurd. So, it makes a slippery slope fallacy.
Fallacy of Accident is the fallacy of applying a general rule to a particular case whose special circumstances render the rule inapplicable.
Fallacy of composition occurs when one infers, that if something is true of some part of a whole, it must be true of the whole.
Fallacy of division occurs when one reasons, that something that is true of a whole must also be true of all or some of its parts.

• Option : A
• Explanation :
anuplabdhi is the prarnana (source of knowledge) of non-apprehension. its theorists held the view that the absence of an object or its attribute from a locus is known ouly through the means of nonapprehension, or 'anupalabdhi' rather than by any other means of knowledge like perception. the non-existence of a thing is apprehended by its non-perception. nonapprehension of a thing is a means to the apprehension of its non-existence.

• Option : C
• Explanation :

∴ x = 168 x 4.5 = 756