Law Ans : d 42. Four proposals for sampling the customers are being considered. Which one of the following combinations is to be considered empirical or systematic? Which of the following matches the definition: attributing of our own unwanted trait onto another person? C The area faced heavy flooding. Higher per acre yield of cane 2. The Supreme Commander of the military in India is— A The President B The Prime Minister C The Home Minister D The Defence Minister Ans : A 49. B They wanted more profit from land. Which of the following is not a sign of anxiety? How many High Courts are there in India? Widely held ideas and values that we take for granted and that help us make sense of our world are called a.
Disputes related to purchase of good c. The division of the people of India into linguistic provinces was based on the principle that— A Providing administration to people in their own language is a good in itself B All of these C Using local languages makes for easier administration D Language is an important bond which unites people and creates an identity for them Ans : B 38. Tests may include test questions that are being evaluated for future administrations and that do not affect an examinee's score. Which of the following describes a person using words that have no known meaning? You would like to know the relationship between the number of psychology courses people take and their interpersonal sensitivity. Little tradition refers to a Folk or unlettered peasants b Urban culture c Caste system d Village jajmani system 146. All of these Ans : c 14.
These phenomena may be explained by the concept of a Role expectation b Role handicap b Role handicap c role relations d Role maturity 141. Article 21 includes :- a. Which one of the following cannot be regarded as building of the human capital in a country? Modern sociological analysis of formal organisation began with the work of a G. The persons who are not working by choice are covered under a seasonal unemployment b disguised unemployment c educated unemployment d none of the above Ans. Right to food include :- a. Non-conformity to social norms is called a Social change b Deviance c Social conflict d Struggle 113.
Which of the following waveforms is most commonly found when you are awake? Act 76 Ans : c 36. Secondary sector includes a trade b marketing c manufacturing d education Ans. Any time taken for breaks is considered part of your available testing time. D They wanted to bring more land under cultivation Answer s: 1. When the balance between the material and non-material culture is disrupted by rapid social change, the material culture changes rapidly and the non-material culture is left behind.
Who was the chief justice of India in November 2007 :- a. Who was of the opinion that strict adherence to the norms of society itself produces a type of deviance? None of these Ans : b 19. Social Sciences study— A Societies B Individuals C Governments D Philsophies Ans : A 37. A Captain Swaine B Captain Johu C Captain Swing D Captain Mark 18. Acclimatisation refers to a Coming to term with new climate, type of soil, weather, air b Coming to term with new political situation c Coming to term with new economic situation d Coming to term with new educational and learning situation 120.
Since countries have different population, comparing total income will not tell us what an average people is likely to earn. A person who is almost always tired and regularly experiences suddenly falling asleep during the day is suffering from which of the following? Which among the following is not true regarding value? Some test takers elect to take one module at a time to focus study on specific areas while others combine the three subtests for one day of testing. Copyright © 2000 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited. Hastorf and Cantril's study of reactions to a university football game b. A tenant who is being formed to move out fills a case in courts against the landlord :- a. Which of the following country became a country of opium addicts? The sacred space created by Guru Nanak; known as Dharmsal is now known as: a Masjid c Mandir b Gurudwara d Church 4. Between 1820 to 1850 in which area did Indian Americans settles down? Which of the following categories would a 20 year old adult be placed in? B The entire ploughed landscape was stripped of all grass.
The breadth of the material to be mastered for the three social science subtests presents a challenge even to well-prepared candidates. Established modes of thought and action is called a Culture b Personality c Behaviour d Customs 131. Decisions of the high courts are bonded by lower courts c. The Ranjit Sagar dam is located near the village— A Naldhera B Thein C Nathpa D Jhakri Ans : B 51. Act 76 Ans : c 30. To enforce the rule law d. The climate of Ladakh is : a Hot and wet c Extremely cold and dry b Hot and:dry d Neither very hot nor very cold 9.
No one goes to sleep hungry c. A Tea and silk B Sugar C Cotton D Jute. What is the life expectancy in India according to the census of 2000? Who of the following would be most likely to study how the political attitudes of middle-class people differ from those of lower-class people? Which among the following statements regarding Folkways is not true? A They were dangerous B Difficult to operate C Deprived the workers of their livelihood D Too costly to buy. The telephone company wants to survey its 100,000 customers. Sawai Raja Jai Singh founded his new capital at : a Lucknow c Jaipur b Jodhpur d Poona 5. So according to the living conditions and the environment in which the person stays, he or she pursue for the goals.
How many courts are there at apex level? Which court is at apex level? What sorts of test preparation are available? A Appalachian Plateaus B Missisippi Valley C Texas Region D Nevada 31. Which of the following research methods would be most effective in demonstrating that the presence of others improves our performance of a task? A The whole plain was an arid zone. Merton has proposed his theory of role-set in his book a 'Social Theory and Social Structure' b 'Sociological Theories' c 'New Trends in Sociology' d 'Challenges Before Sociology' 138. The Gateway of India, the India Gate and the Teen Murti were Built— A To welcome George V, to honour the war fatalities of the Indian army, fatalities in the First World War respectively— B To welcome the English King, to welcome the English viceroy, to welcome the Prince of Wales respectively C To honour the English Queen Victoria, to celebrate the victory in the First world War and to honour those slain in the Second World War respectively D None of these Ans : A 47. A Rubber tree B Eucalyptus tree C Pine tree D Deodar tree.
All of these Ans : c 31. Which among the following is not a classical dance? What is the goal of anthropology? Why is literacy rate low among the females? Making a living is— A A right given to us by the government B A divine right C A right given to us by the courts D A fundamental right Ans : D 34. These are a Pressure oriented and value oriented b Pressure oriented and norms oriented c Culture oriented and customs oriented d Religion oriented and education oriented 148. The term 'Diffusion' as used by anthropologists refers to the spread of elements of a Customs b Way of life c Culture d Norm 132. A They became jobless B They were deprived of common lands C Their Homes were destroyed D They were forced to migrate to urban areas. None of these Ans : c 3.