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Previous years - Paper III

10 June 2018 13:18

Topic Questions
A. Food and Jan 2017: http://www.montignac.com/en/the-factors-that-modify-
Nutrition Protein urea is a major symptom in the following diseases : glycemic-indexes/
1. Food Science (1) Typhoid (2) Renal disease https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3205609
and Quality (3) Atherosclerosis (4) Ulcers /
Control • Amylose is important in plant energy storage. It is
2. Macro and Following is not a method of dietary survey : less readily digested than amylopectin; however,
Micro – Nutrients (1) Food frequency questionnaire (2) 24 hours recall because it is more linear than amylopectin, it takes
3. Human (3) BMI (4) Food weighment up less space.
Nutritional • The abbreviations BMI and BMR sound similar, but
Requirements Food Safety and Standards Act was implemented in the year they stand for two separate things. Your BMI, or
4. Assessment of (1) 2008 (2) 2006 body mass index, is a number calculated from your
Nutritional Status (3) 2000 (4) 2010 height and weight which is then used to assess your
5. Food body composition. Your BMR, or basal metabolic
Biotechnology ---------- is an unwarranted feeling that others are trying to harm you. rate, is the number of calories you burn when your
(1) Phobia (2) Trauma body is at rest.
(3) Paranoia (4) Mania BMI ---> whether you’re classified as underweight,
normal weight, overweight or obese.
Which of the following states in India has the least number of women per 1,000 BMI is measured by dividing your weight in pounds by the
men, as per the census of the year 2011 ? square of your height in inches, then multiplying by 703.
(1) Kerala (2) Gujarat The equation looks like this: BMI = (weight / height x
(3) Tamil Nadu (4) Haryana height) x 703
18.5 = underweight;
The following oils are rich source of Mono Unsaturated Fatty Acids (MUFA) : 18.5 - 24.9 = normal weight;
I. Coconut oil II. Mustard oil 25 - 29.9 = overweight category
III. Olive oil IV. Safflower oil 30 or above = obese.
Codes :
(1) I and II (2) I and III
(3) II and III (4) III and IV
Limitations of BMI
Because it's not a direct measurement, BMI is only used as
Following are the properties of egg : a screening tool and is not considered a diagnostic test.
I. Binding II. Browning There are also some limitations to this measurement.
III. Emulsifying IV. Fermenting Because BMI uses only height and weight, it doesn’t
V. Thickening VI. Leavening account for people who may be of below-average height
Codes : but above-average muscle mass, like bodybuilders. If a
(1) II, III, IV, VI (2) I, II, V, VI man has a lot of muscle, which is denser than fat, his BMI
(3) I, III, V, VI (4) III, IV, V, VI may categorize him as overweight, when her weight is
actually healthy.
Following toxins are present in pulses : BMI also doesn’t adjust for age or gender. Women
I. Luteins II. Typsin inhibitor naturally have more body fat than men, and older people
III. Hemicellulose IV. Lathyrogens tend to have more body fat than younger people. So a
V. Goitrogens sedentary older woman with low muscle mass may be
Codes : overly fat, even though she has a normal BMI.
(1) II, IV, V (2) I, II, III
(3) II, III, IV (4) III, V, I Basal Metabolic Rate
Your BMR is the number of calories your body burns at
Assertion (A) : The Colostrum secreted in the first few days of lactation helps build rest to do basic functions like breathing, digesting, keeping
up immunity in the infant. your heart beating and all the other physiological tasks
Reason (R) : Colostrum is rich in gamma-globulins and vitamin A. that keep you alive.
Codes : Your BMR is partly determined by genetics, but other
(1) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect. factors, like your body composition and activity level, may
(2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct. also have an effect on your BMR.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect. There are equations used to determine your BMR, and
they differ based on whether you're a man or a woman. A
Assertion (A) : Mayonnaise is considered as a permanent emulsion. woman can determine her BMR by plugging her stats into
Reason (R) : Sugar, salt, acids are used as stabilizer in mayonnaise. the Harris-Benedict equation: 655 + (4.35 x weight in
Codes : pounds) + (4.7 x height in inches) – (4.7 x age in years).
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct. The equation for a man to calculate his BMR is as follows:
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect. 66 + (6.23 x weight in pounds) + (12.7 x height in inches) –
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect. (6.8 x age in years).
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Arrange in correct sequence the steps in the pathway of Carbohydrate


How BMI and BMR are Connected
Several factors affect your basal metabolic rate -- and
metabolism :
body fat composition is one of them.
I. Glucose-6-PO4 II. Triose Phosphate
Those with more muscle mass tend to burn more calories
III. Fructose 1-6-Biphosphate IV. Glycogen
at rest because muscle tissue requires more calories to
V. Phosphoenol Pyruvate VI. Pyruvate
maintain than fat tissue.
VII. Glucose-1-PO4
Although BMI and BMR are not directly related, if you
Codes :
have a high BMI because of a high body fat percentage,
(1) IV, VII, I, III, II, V, VI (2) IV, I, VII, II, III, V, VI
your BMR may be lower. If you have a high BMI because
(3) IV, VII, I, II, V, III, VI (4) VII, I, IV, II, III, VI, V

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your BMR may be lower. If you have a high BMI because
(3) IV, VII, I, II, V, III, VI (4) VII, I, IV, II, III, VI, V
of a large amount of muscle mass, your BMR may be
increased. Additionally, if you are overweight, but very
Arrange in the right sequence the processes of chocolate manufacture :
active, that doesn't mean you'll necessarily have a low
I. Mixing II. Tempering
BMR.
III. Milling IV. Roasting
BMI and BMR are guidelines that allow nutrition and
V. Conching VI. Addition of other ingredients
medical professionals to make educated determinations
VII. Molding
about your body composition and calorie burn, but every
Code
person should still be viewed individually
(1) III, I, II, VI, VII, V, IV (2) I, IV, III, II, V, VII, VI
(3) IV, III, VI, I, V, II, VII (4) VI, I, II, IV, V, VII, III • Glycemic Index (GI) = It is a relative ranking of
carbohydrate in foods according to how they affect
Match the physiological group given in List – I with RDA of energy (ICMR, 2010) blood glucose levels.
given in List – II : Carbohydrates with a low GI value (55 or less) are more
List – I List – II slowly digested, absorbed and metabolised and cause a
I. Sedentary working man A. 3020 kcals/day lower and slower rise in blood glucose and, therefore
II. Moderately working woman B. 2250 kcals/day insulin levels.
III. 13 years old girl C. 2230 kcals/day
IV. 16 years old boy D. 2750 kcals/day A value of 100 represents the standard, an equivalent
V. Sedentary working pregnant woman E. 2320 kcals/day amount of pure glucose
F. 2330 kcals/day The GI represents the rise in a person's blood sugar level
Codes : two hours after consumption of the food. The glycemic
I II III IV V effects of foods depends on a number of factors, such as
(1) F D E A B the type of carbohydrate, physical entrapment of the
(2) B C E D A carbohydrate molecules within the food, fat and protein
(3) E C F A D content of the food and organic acids or their salts in the
(4) E C F A B meal.
GI is useful for understanding how the body breaks down
Match the organisms, that cause food spoilage given in List – I with their mode of carbohydrates[3] and takes into account only the available
transmission via food in List – II carbohydrate (total carbohydrate minus fiber) in a food.
List – I List – II
I. Taenia solium A. Milk and milk products A practical limitation of the glycemic index is that it does
II. Clostridium botulinum B. Eggs and meat products not measure insulin production due to rises in blood
III. Staphylococcus aureus C. Pork and its products sugar. As a result, two foods could have the same glycemic
IV. Streptococcus D. Cream filled foods index, but produce different amounts of insulin.
V. Salmonella E. Frozen vegetables
F. Pickles • Glycemic Load (GL)
G. Canned protein foods (GL) of food is a number that estimates how much the
Codes : food will raise a person's blood glucose level after eating
I II III IV V it. One unit of glycemic load approximates the effect of
(1) C G E B F consuming one gram of glucose.
(2) C G D A B Glycemic load is based on the glycemic index (GI), and is
(3) A F D A E calculated by multiplying the grams of available
(4) E C A B D carbohydrate in the food times the food's GI and then
dividing by 100.
Match the terms given in List – I with Foods in List – II : Glycemic index is defined for each type of food, Whereas
List – I List – II glycemic load can be calculated for any size serving of a
I. DOPA A. Egg food, an entire meal, or an entire day's meals.
II. Acerolin B. Nuts
III. Gluten C. Apple
IV. Aflatoxin D. Milk
V. Ferrous sulphide E. Cereal
F. oil
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) C F E B A
(2) A B D E F
(3) B C E F A
(4) C E F D B

Match the items in List – I with List – II


List – I List – II
I. CPA A. 1969
II. MRTP B. 1986
III. The Agricultural Produce Act C. 1955
IV. The Essential Commodities Act D. 1937
E. 1980
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) B A D C
(2) C E A B
(3) A D B E
(4) E C A B

Nov 2017:
RDA of Vitamin A for 10 year old boy as per ICMR, 2010 is .
(1) 400 μg retinol (2) 350 μg retinol
(3) 600 μg retinol (4) 950 μg retinol

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Crystallization of sugar occurs in :
(1) Chenna Murki (2) Peanut Brittle
(3) Guava Jelly (4) Lemon Squash

Ascorbic Acid is essential for maintaining the following functions in the body :
(a) Collagen formation
(b) Acts as a Co-enzyme
(c) Blood Clotting
(d) Acts as an antioxidant
(e) Acts as a reducing agent
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (d) (2) (a), (d), (e)
(3) (b), (c), (e) (4) (c), (d), (e)

Assertion (A) : Cooking foods by moist heat methods like boiling increases the
glycemic effect of foods.
Reason (R) : Moist heat reduces the particle size of the food.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Flavour potentiators are used to enhance the flavour of the food.
Reason (R) : They exert their action of flavour enhancement by adding their own
distinctive flavour .
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Prebiotics help in regulating gastrointestinal functions.


Reason (R) : Prebiotics get fermented in the colon, where they stimulate the
growth and activity of healthy bacteria.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

Arrange in the right sequence the processes involved in the manufacture of milk
powder :
(a) Pasteurization
(b) Evaporation
(c) Milling
(d) Packing
(e) Clarification
(f) Fat seperation
(g) Roller drying
Code :
(1) (c), (b), (a), (g), (e), (f), (d) (2) (a), (c), (g), (f), (e), (b), (d)
(3) (b), (g), (e), (c), (a), (d), (f) (4) (e), (f), (a), (b), (g), (c), (d)

Match the tests given in List-I with the chemical compounds in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Ninhydrine Test (i) Ascorbic Acid
(b) 2, 6 dichlorophenol indophenol test (ii) Reducing Sugar
(c) Osazone Test (iii) Cholesterol
(d) Acid Value (iv) Amino acids
(e) Iodine value (v) Unsaturation of fats
(vi) Free Fatty acids
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
(1) (iv) (i) (ii) (vi) (v)
(2) (iv) (i) (iii) (vi) (v)
(3) (iv) (i) (ii) (v) (vi)
(4) (iii) (iv) (ii) (i) (v)

Match the active principal in List-I with the spices they are found in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Curcumin (i) Black pepper
(b) Eugeniol (ii) Garlic
(c) Allin (iii) Clove
(d) Oleoresin (iv) Aniseed
(e) Cincole (v) Cardomon
(vi) Turmeric

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(vi) Turmeric
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
(1) (ii) (i) (v) (vi) (iii)
(2) (i) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)
(3) (iv) (v) (i) (ii) (vi)
(4) (vi) (iii) (ii) (i) (v)

Match items in List-I with the items in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Eco mark (i) Product certification
(b) Hall mark (ii) Agricultural Marketing
(c) ISI mark (iii) Honesty
(d) AGMARK (iv) Environment friendly products
(v) Jewellery
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (iv) (v) (i) (ii)
(2) (iv) (v) (iii) (ii)
(3) (iv) (v) (i) (iii)
(4) (iv) (iii) (v) (i)

B. Institutional Jan 2017: http://www.ergonomics.com.au/what-is-


management Arrange the steps involved in bulk purchasing of food in the correct sequence : ergonomics/
and Dietetics I. Estimate quantities II. Identify amounts to be purchased https://www.hrzone.com/hr-glossary/what-is-a-
1. Advanced III. Determine standards IV. Market research for vendors behaviourally-anchored-rating-scale-bars
Management V. Identify needs VI. Develop purchase order
VII. Select and negotiate with vendors
and Organisation
Codes :
2. Management
(1) V, III, I, II, VI, IV, VII (2) I, II, VII, VI, IV, V, III
of Human (3) II, III, IV, V, I, VII, VI (4) IV, I, III, II, VI, VII, V
Resources
3. Experimental A change that occurs during cereal cookery
Quantity Cookery (1) Winterization (2) Homogenization
4. Financial and (3) Retrogradation (4) Coagulation
Profit
Management Which method is used for recipe adjustment ?
5. Quantity Food (1) Mark up (2) Percentage
Preparation (3) Prime (4) BARS
Techniques
6. Food Service Following are the disorders due to Iodine deficiency :
and, Delivery I. Mental Retardation II. Cretinism
Systems III. Tetany IV. Hypothyroidism
7. Marketing V. Dermatitis
8. Therapeutic Codes :
Dietetics (1) I, II and V (2) I, II and IV
(3) II, III and IV (4) II, IV and V

Following signs and symptoms are seen in patient with end stage renal
disease :
I. Oliguria II. Hyperglycemia
III. Azotemia IV. Oedema
V. Hyperbilirubinemia VI. Osteodystrophy
Codes :
(1) I, II, IV, and VI (2) I, II, III and VI
(3) I, III, IV and VI (4) I, III, V and VI

TQM has the following sub-system :


I. Human resource development
II. Customer focus
III. Zero budgeting
IV. Strategic approach to operations
V. Total employee participation
VI. Modular equipment
Codes :
(1) I, III, IV, VI (2) I, II, IV, V
(3) II, III, V, VI (4) III, IV, V, VI

For an entrepreneur, the target market means :


I. A group of customers a venture reaches by accident.
II. All consumers who will choose to purchase the venture’s product.
III. A chain of discount stores.
IV. A specific group of potential customers towards which a venture aims
its marketing plan.

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its marketing plan.
Codes :
(1) I and II (2) II and III
(3) II and IV (4) I and IV

Assertion (A) : Dietary interventions with probiotics are recommended in


diarrhoea patients.
Reason (R) : Foods high in probiotics alter the gut microflora.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(3) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Diet induced thermogenesis is lower in diets that contain


very high
amounts of fats.
Reason (R) : The process of digestion, absorption and metabolism of fats
utilizes more energy compared to carbohydrates.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(3) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Break even analysis and calculation of Break even point is an
important part of purchase, layout design and labour recruitment.
Reason (R) : It is based on systems of record and reports providing
database.
Codes :
(1) (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect, but (R) is correct.
(3) (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Organisation is an important tool for the managerial


performance.
Reason (R) : Lack of organisation gives rise to many defects in its structure.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(3) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Arrange the following steps of planning in a sequence :


I. Preparation of derivative plans.
II. Determination of objectives
III. The use of strategy
IV. Providing follow up to the proposed course of action.
V. Establishment of planning premises
VI. Timing and sequence of operations
VII. Selection of the operating plan
Codes :
(1) I, VII, VI, III, IV, II, V (2) II, V, VII, I, VI, III, IV
(3) III, IV, VII, II, I, V, VI (4) IV, III, I, II, VI, V, VII

Arrange the following steps in making a budget in a sequence :


I. Estimate the cost of desired items.
II. List down the commodities and services needed by the family.
III. Check plans to see that they have a reasonable chance of success.
IV. Estimate total expected income.
V. Bring expected income and expenditure into balance.
Codes :
(1) II, I, IV, V, III (2) III, IV, V, I, II
(3) IV, III, I, II, V (4) I, V, II, III, IV

Arrange the following steps in making time-plans in a sequence :


I. Determine time sequence.
II. List all the items to be included grouping under flexible and inflexible
activities.
III. Bring total estimated time needed and total available time into
harmony.

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harmony.
IV. Write out plan.
V. Set out as accurate on estimate for each task as is obtainable.
Codes :
(1) III, IV, II, I, V (2) V, I, III, II, IV
(3) II, V, III, I, IV (4) IV, III, V, II, I

Match the terms given in List – I with their explanation given in List – II :
List – I List – II
I. Dysphagia A. new growth of tissue in body
II. Neoplasm B. increased thirst
III. Gastroparesis C. difficulty in swallowing
IV. Polydipsia D. delayed gastric emptying
V. Polyphagia E. alteration in taste
F. increased hunger
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) D A C B F
(2) C A D F B
(3) C A D B F
(4) D A C F B

Match the Acronym in List – I with terms in List – II :


List – I List – II
I. BARS A. Layout symbols
II. GMP B. Management style
III. CCP C. Financial management
IV. BEP D. Safety measure
V. JIT E. Performance appraisal
F. Production technique
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) A B F D C
(2) E F D C B
(3) B E F C D
(4) A B E D C

Match the theorists in List – I with the theories in List – II


List – I List – II
I. Skinner A. Self-actualization theory
II. Maslow B. Radical behaviourism
III. Piaget C. Psychosocial theory
IV. Vygotsky D. Ecological systems theory
V. Bronfenbrenner E. Sociocultural theory
F. Cognitive developmental theory
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) B A E C D
(2) A B F E D
(3) B A F E D
(4) B A E F D

Match the disorder illness in List – I with the associated problem in List – II
List – I List – II
I. Amnesia A. Unusually anxious
II. Anorexia Nervosa B. Hyperactivity
III. Dysphasia C. Hearing problem
IV. Neurosis D. Impairment of language
V. ADHD E. “Self-starvation”
F. Loss of memory
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) C E D A B
(2) F E D A B
(3) F E A D B
(4) F A D B C

Nov 2017:
Following food is not allowed in a clear fluid diet :
(1) Black tea (2) Milk
(3) Coconut water (4) Carbonated beverage

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Quick service restaurants offer the nutritive value of their menus on :
(1) Menu card (2) Display board
(3) Website (4) Emails

Following agencies provide data for nutrition monitoring in India :


(a) NFHS
(b) CPWD
(c) NSSO
(d) FSSAI
(e) CBHI
Code:
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (c), (e)
(3) (c), (d), (e) (4) (b), (c), (e)

Which of the following are retrospective methods of diet assessment ?


(a) 24 hours dietary recall
(b) Duplicate sample method
(c) Food Frequency Questionnaire
(d) Weighment Method
(e) Food Balance Sheets
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (c), (e)
(3) (b), (c), (d) (4) (a), (c), (d)

Following are the diagnostic criteria for Metabolic Syndrome :


(a) HDL-cholesterol more than 60 mg/100 ml of serum
(b) Serum triglycerides more than 150 mg/100 ml
(c) Waist circumference more than 80 cm. in females
(d) Fasting Blood sugar less than 100 mg/100 ml
(e) BMI more than 23 kg/m2
Code :
(1) (a), (b) and (e) (2) (b), (d) and (e) (3) (b), (c) and (e) (4) (a), (c) and (e)

Equipments found in the production area are :


(a) Griddle
(b) Charbroiler
(c) Portion scale
(d) Deck oven
(e) Refrigerator
(f) Clambell cooker
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (d) (2) (c), (d), (e), (f) (3) (a), (b), (d), (f) (4) (a), (c), (d), (f)

Some tools needed for problem solving are :


(a) Pareto chart
(b) Check sheet
(c) Profit and loss statement
(d) Cause and effect diagram
(e) Standardized recipes
(f) Process chart
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (d), (e) (2) (b), (c), (d), (e) (3) (a), (b), (d), (f) (4) (b), (e), (a), (c)

Benefits of Ergonomics include :


(a) Safer jobs
(b) Increased efficiency and productivity
(c) Effective financial management
(d) Fewer injuries
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (b), (d)
(3) (b), (c), (d) (4) (a), (c), (d)

Assertion (A) : Diets rich in protein and sodium are recommended for
chronic renal failure patients .
Reason (R) : Chronic renal failure patients exhibit symptoms of uremia and
odema.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

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(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : BARS are generally considered the best and most effective
means of performance appraisal.
Reason (R) : The advantage of this method is that the scales are easy to
administer and applicable to all.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(3) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Arrange in correct sequence the progression of symptoms in the patient of


liver cirrhosis :
(a) Jaundice
(b) Iron deficiency anaemia
(c) Gastro intestinal bleeding
(d) Oesophageal varices
(e) Nausea, vomiting and anorexia
(f) Oedema and Ascites
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (e), (d), (f) (2) (e), (a), (b), (d), (c), (f)
(3) (e), (a), (f), (c), (d), (b) (4) (a), (e), (c), (f), (d), (b)

Arrange the steps in correct order of planning a Research Proposal for


Nutritional Status Assessment of Adolescent girls :
(a) Selecting the parameters to be assessed for nutritional status
assessment
(b) Preparation and Validation of tools for assessing the selected
parameters
(c) Setting goals and listing of objectives
(d) Collecting data using the tools
(e) Interpretation of results and conclusion
(f) Selecting random and representative sample of adolescent girls
(g) Data analysis
Code :
(1) (f), (a), (c), (b), (e), (d), (g) (2) (c), (a), (b), (f), (d), (e), (g)
(3) (c), (f), (a), (b), (d), (g), (e) (4) (f), (c), (d), (b), (a), (g), (e)

Arrange the following functionaries of ICDS programme in the increasing


order of authority :
(a) Supervisor
(b) District Programme Officer
(c) Child Development Project Officer
(d) Anganwadi Helper
(e) Anganwadi Worker
Code :
(1) (a), (d), (e), (b), (c) (2) (d), (e), (a), (c), (b)
(3) (b), (c), (a), (e), (d) (4) (c), (d), (e), (a), (b)

Arrange in the correct sequence the steps involved in an orientation


program :
(a) Introduction to Unit
(b) Review of policies and practices
(c) Introduction to the institution
(d) Completion of employement documents
(e) Introduction to fellow workers
(f) Review of employer’s expectation
(g) Introduction to job
Code :
(1) (c), (b), (a), (d), (g), (f), (e) (2) (c), (a), (f), (g), (e), (b), (d)
(3) (c), (b), (d), (f), (e), (a), (g) (4) (b), (d), (a), (e), (c), (f), (g)

Match the equipment given in List-I with the measurement for which it is
used given in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Stadiometer (i) Mid upper arm circumference
(b) Skinfold callipers (ii) Length
(c) Fibre glass tape (iii) Blood pressure
(d) Infantometer (iv) Height
(e) Sphygmomanometer (v) Blood glucose
(vi) Skinfold thickness

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(vi) Skinfold thickness
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
(1) (iii) (vi) (iv) (i) (ii)
(2) (iv) (vi) (i) (ii) (iii)
(3) (iii) (vi) (i) (iv) (v)
(4) (iv) (vi) (ii) (i) (iii)

Match the terms in List-I with their explanation in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Dysgeusia (i) Difficulty in swallowing
(b) Asphyxia (ii) Reduced volume of urine
(c) Dysphagia (iii) Increased urination
(d) Xerostoma (iv) Lack of oxygen
(e) Diuresis (v) Increased thirst
(vi) Altered taste
(vii) Dry mouth
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
(1) (vi) (iv) (vii) (i) (ii)
(2) (i) (vi) (v) (iii) (ii)
(3) (vi) (iv) (i) (vii) (iii)
(4) (iv) (vi) (ii) (v) (iii)

Match the institutions in List-I with type of service in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Restaurant (i) Decentralized
(b) Airports (ii) Tray service
(c) Malls (iii) Table service
(d) Hospital (iv) Food court
(e) Cafeteria (v) Fork Buffet
(f) Trains (vi) Vending
(vii) Plated service
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)
(1) (iii) (vi) (iv) (i) (ii) (vii)
(2) (iii) (vi) (i) (iv) (v) (vii)
(3) (i) (ii) (v) (vii) (vi) (iii)
(4) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (vi) (v)

Match the terms in List-I with their salient features in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Enuresis (i) Multiple motortics
(b) Tourette’s disorder (ii) Repeated passage of feces
(c) Encopresis (iii) Bed wetting
(d) Stammer (iv) Irrational fears
(v) Difficulty in speech
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (iv) (i) (ii) (v)
(2) (iii) (ii) (i) (v)
(3) (iii) (i) (v) (ii)
(4) (iii) (i) (ii) (v)

Match the terms in List-I with their presentation in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Down syndrome (i) XYY
(b) Turner’s syndrome (ii) XXY
(c) Klinefelter’s syndrome (iii) Trisomy 16
(d) ‘Supermale’ (iv) XO
(v) Trisomy 21
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (v) (iv) (ii) (i)
(2) (v) (ii) (iv) (i)
(3) (iii) (iv) (ii) (i)
(4) (iv) (v) (ii) (i)

C. Child and Jan 2017:


Human Depressed people experience major distortion of logical thought which include :
Development I. Arbitrary inference II. Magnification
1. Human III. Elation IV. Overgeneralizations

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1. Human III. Elation IV. Overgeneralizations
Development – Codes :
Rights perspective. (1) I, II, III (2) I, III, IV
2. Principles and (3) II, III, IV (4) I, II, IV
Theories of Human
Development. Assertion (A) : Anthropometrics is a system of identification based upon
3. Early Childhood measurement
Care and of selected portions of human frame.
Development – Reason (R) : Anthropometric deals with measurement of dimensions and
Strategies, proportions
Monitoring and of human body.
Supervision. Codes :
4. Children with (1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
special needs and (2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
Children at Risk (3) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.
(Child Labour, (4) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
Street Children,
Child Abuse, Assertion (A) : Children who are institutionalized and deprived of love and
Chronically Sick); affection in
Intervention the early years have negative outcomes as adults.
Programs. Reason (R) : Early deprivation leads to attachment disorders and lack of trust
5. Socialization in development in later life.
various family Codes :
contexts across (1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
different cultures. (2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
6. Advances in (3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
Assessment of (4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.
Children.
Assertion (A) : Child budgeting must begin at the very level of Panchayats, the very
basic unit of democratic functioning.
Reason (R) : This will logically result in decentralization in implementation and
monitoring of programmes for children.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : To identify strategic parameters for participatory development, it is


important to specify, who the stakeholders are.
Reason (R) : Stakeholders are individual persons, groups or institutions with
vested
interest in the intervention.
Codes :
(1) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Theories based on research done on the lives of women have
evidenced in equality of the sexes.
Reason (R) : The concepts of Gender, Patriarchy and sex roles are implicated in the
inequality.
Codes :
(1) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Arrange in sequence the processes that need to be undertaken to rehabilitate a


child who is abandoned
I. Initiate restoration process
II. File on FIR
III. Produce the child before CWC
IV. Admit to children home
V. When child legally free place in adoption
Codes :
(1) II, IV, III, I, V (2) I, II, III, IV, V
(3) II, IV, III, V, I (4) II, IV, I, III, V

Arrange in order of enactment of legislations from earliest to latest :


I. The Child Labour Act
II. The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act
III. Prevention of Child Sexual Offences Act
IV. The Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) of Children Act
Codes :
(1) III, I, II, IV (2) II, IV, III, I
(3) I, II, III, IV (4) II, I, IV, III

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(3) I, II, III, IV (4) II, I, IV, III

Match the items in List – I with the items in List – II


List – I List – II
I. Mental effort A. Watching
II. Visual effort B. Thinking
III. Manual effort C. Bending
IV. Torsal effort D. Pulling
E. Standing
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) E C B A
(2) B A D C
(3) D B A C
(4) C D B A

Match fine motor skills in List – I with age of development in List – II


List – I List – II
I. Zips and unzips large zips A. 4-5 years
II. Copies vertical line and circle B. 5-6 years
III. Cuts with scissor on line C. 8-10 years
IV. Rides a bicycle D. 3-4 years
V. Ties shoe laces E. 1-2 years
F. 2-3 years
Codes :
I II III IV V
(1) F D A C B
(2) F A D C B
(3) F D C A B
(4) D F A C B

Nov 2017:
Which technique in time and motion studies consider movement of both the
hands ?
(1) Pathway chart (2) Operation chart
(3) Process chart (4) Chromocyclography

‘People born in one period of time are influenced by particular historical and
cultural conditions’, this is called :
(1) Clique effect (2) Cohabitation
(3) Contextuality (4) Cohort effect

A child rearing style that is high in acceptance and involvement, emphasizes firm
control
with reasoning is termed :
(1) Authoritative style (2) Authoritarian style
(3) Permissive style (4) Involved style

Two prominent perspectives for the decline in social interaction in late adulthood
are :
(a) Disengagement Theory
(b) Teleology Theory
(c) Activity Theory
(d) Sociobiological Theory
Code :
(1) (a) and (b) (2) (a) and (c) (3) (a) and (d) (4) (b) and (c)

According to Piaget children’s thinking during the pre operational period is


characterized
by :
(a) Centration
(b) Irreversibility
(c) Conservation
(d) Egocentrism
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (c), (d) (3) (a), (b), (d) (4) (b), (c), (d)

Memory strategies used to store and retain information during school years
include :
(a) Rehearsal
(b) Organisation
(c) Confabulation
(d) Elaboration
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (b), (d) (3) (a), (c), (d) (4) (b), (c), (d)

Assertion (A) : Children are showing far greater social engagement with their
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peers as
they spend more time in the play spaces than they did earlier.
Reason (R) : Computer access and smart phones have lead to increased availability
of
real friends.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : “Singlehood” as a trend has risen considerably in recent years .


Reason (R) : Women with high status careers, later marriage and high divorce rate
have
contributed to remaining single.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

Arrange the given legislations in the order of their enactment from earliest to
latest :
(a) POCSO Act (b) RTE Act (c) RPD Act (d) GAWA
Code :
(1) (d), (b), (c), (a) (2) (b), (d), (a), (c)
(3) (b), (d), (c), (a) (4) (d), (b), (a), (c)

Arrange in order of sequence the goals of mental activity as given by Schaie :


(a) Responsibility stage
(b) Executive stage
(c) Acquisitive stage
(d) Reintegrative stage
(e) Achieving stage
Code :
(1) (c), (e), (a), (b), (d) (2) (c), (e), (b), (a), (d)
(3) (c), (b), (e), (d), (a) (4) (e), (c), (a), (b), (d)

Arrange in sequence the philosophical/historical thinking related to children from


earliest to
latest :
(a) Normative Period
(b) Tabula rasa
(c) Noble savage
(d) Preformationism
(e) Psychoanalytic Perspective
Code :
(1) (d), (b), (c), (a), (e) (2) (d), (c), (b), (a), (e)
(3) (b), (d), (c), (a), (e) (4) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e)

Arrange the following category of ‘Adopters’ as per the speed with which they
adopt a new
idea, practice or a technology as proposed by Evrett Rogers :
(a) Early Majority
(b) Laggards
(c) Late Majority
(d) Early Adopters
(e) Innovators
Code :
(1) (d), (e), (a), (c), (b) (2) (e), (d), (a), (c), (b)
(3) (d), (e), (c), (a), (b) (4) (e), (a), (d), (c), (b)

D. Clothing and Jan 2017: • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spandex


Textiles Which of the following fibers is used for foundation garments ? • Chromophore is that part of the molecule which when
1. Textile (1) Spandex (2) Kevlar exposed to visible light will absorb and reflect a certain
Chemistry – Fibers (3) Carbon (4) Glass color. Auxochrome is a group of atoms which is
and dyes. functional and has the capability to alter the capacity of
2. Dyeing, printing Which of the following stitch classes represents lock stitch ? the chromophore to reflect colors.
and finishing of (1) 100 (2) 200 CHROMOPHORE: = a functional group of some other
fibers yarns and (3) 300 (4) 400 structural feature which gives a color to compound. For
example- Nitro group is a chromophore because its
fabrics. presence in a compound gives yellow color to the
3. Textile and Which of the following are components of a dye ? compound. Any group which exhibit absorption of
Apparel Industry – I. Auxochrome II. Chromophore electromagnetic radiation in a visible or ultra-visible
Fundamental of III. Pigment IV. Ink region. Some of the important chromophores are:
ethylene, acetylene, carbonyls, acids, esters and nitrile
business, Codes :
groups etc.
specifications, (1) I, III (2) II, IV AUXOCHROMES: It is a group which itself does not act as
quality control (3) I, II (4) II, III a chromophore but when attached to a chromophore, it
agencies and

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a chromophore but when attached to a chromophore, it
agencies and shifts the adsorption towards longer wavelength along
marketing. Which of the following are styles of printing ? with an increase in the intensity of absorption.
4. Historic and I. Direct II. Resist Some commonly known auxochromic groups are: -OH, -
Traditional Textiles III. Discharge IV. Transfer NH2, -OR, -NHR, and –NR2. For example: When the
of world with Codes : auxochrome –NH2 group is attached to benzene ring. Its
emphasis on India. (1) II, III, IV (2) III, IV, I absorption change from λ max 225 (ɛmax 203) to λmax
5. Curriculum and (3) I, II, III (4) I, II, IV 280 (εmax1430)
Teaching in All auxochromes have one or more non-bonding pairs of
clothing and Which of the following are types of Phulkari ? electrons. If an auxochromes is attached to a
textiles, analysis I. Chope II. Til patra chromophore, it helps is extending the conjugation by
and development III. Saloo IV. Bayton sharing of non-bonding pair of electrons.
of curriculum; V. Durjani • https://www.slideshare.net/rajeevsharan/introduction-
teaching methods Codes : to-dyeing
and aids. (1) I, II, III (2) II, III, IV • https://www.textileschool.com/349/ring-spinning-
6. Consumer and (3) III, IV, I (4) IV, I, II process/
Textiles and • http://www.themagiccarpet.biz/textiles-d4/textile-
Clothing. Assertion (A) : Acid dyes are suitable for wool and silk. glossary-c120/
7. Recent Reason (R) : Acid dyes form ionic bonds with the amino groups found in wool and
developments in silk.
Textile and Codes :
Clothing (1) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are correct.

Assertion (A) : The most suitable method of printing with disperse dyes is transfer
printing.
Reason (R) : Disperse dyes sublime when heated to high temperature.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Threadless bonding and welding offers a tangible alternative


solution to the sewing of microfiber textiles.
Reason (R) : This technology has the ability to produce narrow lap seams which
are less bulky.
Codes :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Give the correct sequence of cut order planning in a garment industry :


I. Determining volume, size ratios for marker making and spreading.
II. Examining incoming orders and piece goods availability.
III. Developing instructions for optimum fabric utilization.
IV. Determining whether there are available markers or new markers have to be
made.
V. Releasing orders for marker making, spreading and cutting.
Codes :
(1) I, II, III, IV, V (2) III, II, I, V, IV
(3) IV, III, II, I, V (4) II, I, IV, III, V

Give the correct sequence of making Kanthas :


I. Collection of coloured and while threads from the border.
II. Forming a lay of fabrics and stitching it together.
III. Washing of fabric with gram flour.
IV. Compartmentalization of the surface
V. Tearing off the coloured borders and making the fabrics uniform in size.
VI. Filling in between spaces.
VII. Filling the compartments with the required design.
Codes :
(1) I, III, II, IV, VI, VII, V (2) V, VI, IV, III, II, I, VII
(3) III, V, I, IV, VII, VI, II (4) III, V, I, II, IV, VII, VI

Match the finishes given in List – I with their purpose given in List – II
List – I List – II
I. Antistatic A. Alter durability
II. Abrasion Resistant B. Provide environmental protection
III. Bacteriostat C. Enhance care properties
IV. Durable press D. Prepares the fabric for finishing
E. Increases comfort
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) A B C D
(2) E A B C

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(2) E A B C
(3) B C D A
(4) C E A B

Match the Kasuti stitches given in List – I with their description given in List – II
List – I List – II
I. Gavanti A. Cross stitch
II. Murgi B. Darning stitch
III. Negi C. Zig zap running stitch
IV. Menthi D. Double running stitch
E. Button hole stitch
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) D C B A
(2) A D C B
(3) B E A C
(4) E A D B

Nov 2017:
Give the correct sequence for the conventional ring spinning process :
(a) Picking
(b) Combing
(c) Opening, cleaning and blending
(d) Carding
(e) Spinning
(f) Roving
(g) Drawing and drafting
Code :
(1) (b), (c), (a), (e), (d), (f), (g) (2) (g), (f), (a), (c), (b), (d), (e)
(3) (c), (a), (d), (b), (g), (f), (e) (4) (c), (b), (d), (e), (f), (g), (a)

Which of the following is not a sewing machine feed mechanism ?


(1) Drop feed (2) Differential bottom feed
(3) Unison feed (4) Spool feed

Salt is added in dyeing for :


(1) Absorption (2) Exhaustion (3) Solubility (4) All the above

Which of the following fibres are stretch fibres ?


(a) Neoprene
(b) Spandex
(c) Sisal
(d) Lyo cell
Code :
(1) (a), (b) (2) (b), (c) (3) (c), (d) (4) (d), (a)

Structural jamming pucker can be prevented by -


(a) Using chain stitch
(b) Using thicker thread
(c) Using thinner thread
(d) Using lock stitch
(e) Reinforcing the seam
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (a), (c), (e) (3) (c), (d), (e) (4) (b), (c), (d)

Plasma technology optimizes following properties in Textiles :


(a) Increases effluent
(b) Hydrophobic
(c) U V protection
(d) Flame retardency
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) (2) (b), (c) ,(d) (3) (a), (c), (d) (4) (a), (b), (d)

Assertion (A) : Water repellant finishes produce a fabric that resist wetting and
the penetration of water.
Reason (R) : Water repellant fabrics are coated with rubber and are not
comfortable as wearing apparel.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Disperse dyes cannot be used in transfer printing.


Reason (R) : Disperse dyes do not sublime when heated to high temperature.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

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(1) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Sewing machine needles with set points are used for Knitted
fabrics.
Reason (R) : Set points have less tendancy to penetrate the lower twist Knitting
yarns and break them.
Code :
(1) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(3) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.

Give the correct sequence of Making Kalam Kari :


(a) Washing
(b) Alum treatment
(c) Natural bleaching
(d) Printing
(e) Myrobalam treatment
(f) Painting
(g) Washing and boiling
Code :
(1) (c), (e), (d), (g), (f), (b), (a) (2) (c), (e), (g), (d), (b), (f), (a)
(3) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g) (4) (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (a)

Match the finishes given in List-I with their purpose given in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Singeing (i) Increases the lustre of the fabric
(b) Scouring (ii) Provides smooth surface
(c) Tentering (iii) Removal of desizing products, pectin and wax from wool
(d) Calendering (iv) Mechanical straightening process
(v) Burning of the raised fiber ends
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (v) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(2) (i) (ii) (iv) (iii)
(3) (ii) (v) (i) (iv)
(4) (v) (iii) (iv) (ii)

Match the terms given in List-I with their description given in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Chope (i) Toran in the shape of an arch
(b) Chakla (ii) Scarf or sash worn by bridegrooms in Kutch and Saurashtra and
Sind
(c) Bukhani (iii) Phulkari shawl
(d) Bari (iv) A square hanging
(v) A quilt in Kantha work
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(2) (iii) (iv) (ii) (i)
(3) (v) (iii) (iv) (ii)
(4) (iii) (iv) (ii) (v)

E. Home and Jan 2017:


Community The name of the famous book written by F.W. Taylor is
Resource (1) The Philosophy of Management
Management (2) Management : Tasks, Responsibilities, Practice
1. Concept of (3) General and Industrial Management
Home (4) The principles of scientific management
management,
System approach _______ is an unwarranted feeling that others are trying to harm you.
to family, Input, (1) Phobia (2) Trauma
Output and (3) Paranoia (4) Mania
feedback.
2. Family Which of the following are the tools in time-management ?
Resources – I. Work curve II. Rest period
Management of III. Posture IV. Peak load
Resources like Codes :
time energy and (1) I, II, III (2) I, II, IV
money; Basic (3) II, III, IV (4) I, III, IV
characteristics of
Resources; Which of the following motivators are listed in Herzberg’s theory of motivation ?
Efficient methods I. Challenging work II. Physiological need
of utilization of III. Growth in job IV. Recognition

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of utilization of III. Growth in job IV. Recognition
Resources. Codes :
3. Family Life (1) I, II, III (2) II, III, IV
Cycle – Demands (3) I, III, IV (4) I, II, IV
upon resources
like time, energy Advantages of parenthood mentioned by contemporary couples include :
and money. I. Gives meaning to life II. Someone to carry ones name
4. Concept of III. Loss of freedom IV. Exchange of affection
Ergonomics – its Codes :
importance and (1) I, II, III (2) II, III, IV
application in (3) I, II, IV (4) I, III, IV
home.
5. Concept of The verbal subtest of WAIS-R includes the following :
Communication I. Comprehension II. Memory span
process and its III. Arithmetic IV. Picture assembly
importance in Codes :
family; Barriers in (1) I, II, III (2) I, III, IV
Communication (3) II, III, IV (4) I, II, IV
process; Measures
for Effective The selection of a channel for communication is based on :
Communication. I. Availability II. Organisational Hierarchy
6. Concept of III. Cost IV. Frequency of use
Work Codes :
Simplification – its (1) I, II, III (2) II, III, IV
importance in (3) I, III, IV (4) I, II, IV
home; Simple pen
and pencil The National Policy for empowerment of women focuses on the following aspects
technique. of
7. Consumer women’s lives :
Education – Laws I. Advancement II. Development
protecting III. Empowerment IV. Entertainment
consumer; Role of Codes :
consumer society (1) I, II, III (2) II, III, IV
in protecting (3) I, III, IV (4) I, II, IV
consumer; Kinds of
adulteration; Arrange the elements of the communication process as per the Shannon’s and
Identification of Weaver’s model :
adulteration. I. Destination II. Transmitter
III. Signal IV. Receiver
V. Source
Codes :
(1) V, III, II, IV, I (2) V, II, IV, III, I
(3) V, II, III, IV, I (4) V, IV, III, II, I

Arrange the following learning experiences as per the Edgar’s Dale’s cone of
experience
from the base of the pyramid upwards :
I. Dramatised experiences
II. Field Trips
III. Exhibits
IV. Direct purposeful experiences
V. Demonstrations
VI. Contrived experiences
Codes :
(1) IV, III, VI, V, II, I (2) IV, V, VI, III, II, I
(3) IV, VI, I, V, II, III (4) IV, III, II, I, V, VI

Match the items given in List – I with the items given in List – II :
List – I List – II
I. Employment Income A. Purchase of stocks
II. Investment Income B. Services from durable goods
III. Hidden Income C. Wages
IV. Productive Income D. Community facilities
E. Payment of taxes
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) A B D E
(2) D C B A
(3) C A D B
(4) B C A D

Match the desirable qualities of the elements of communication given in List – I


with the
name of the element given in List – II
List – I List – II
I. Simplicity A. Communicator
II. Empathy B. Message
III. Penetration C. Channel

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III. Penetration C. Channel
IV. Immediacy D. Receiver
E. Feedback
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) C B D E
(2) C A D E
(3) B C A E
(4) B A C E

Match the concepts given in List – I with their proponents given in List – II
List – I List – II
I. The world is a global village A. Robert Chambers
II. Putting the last first B. Wilbur Shramm
III. Media are magic multipliers C. David Berlo
IV. Diffusion of Innovation D. Marshall McLuhan
E. Evret Rogers
Codes :
I II III IV
(1) E A B C
(2) E A C B
(3) D B A E
(4) D A B E

Nov 2017:
Arrange in proper sequence the steps involved in problem solving stage :
(a) Obtaining relevant information
(b) Selecting the best course
(c) Formulating possible course of action
(d) Identifying the problem
Code :
(1) (d), (a), (c), (b) (2) (a), (b), (c), (d)
(3) (b), (a), (c), (d) (4) (d), (c), (b), (a)

Arrange steps involved in systems approach to management in correct sequence :


(a) Output
(b) Feedback
(c) Input
(d) Throughput
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (d) (2) (b), (a), (c), (d)
(3) (c), (d), (a), (b) (4) (c), (d), (b), (a)

Arrange the following steps in making time plans in proper sequence :


(a) Determine time sequence
(b) List all the items to be included grouping under flexible and inflexible activities
(c) Bring total estimated time needed and total available time into harmony
(d) Write out plan
(e) Set out as accurate an estimate for each task as is obtainable
Code :
(1) (c), (d), (b), (a), (e) (2) (e), (a), (c), (b), (d)
(3) (b), (e), (c), (a), (d) (4) (d), (c), (e), (b), (a)

Arrange the following steps of the communication process as per the Shramm’s
first model
of communication :
(a) Source
(b) Signal
(c) Encoder
(d) Decoder
(e) Destination
Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e) (2) (a), (c), (b), (d), (e)
(3) (a), (d), (c), (b), (e) (4) (a), (d), (c), (e), (b)

Identify the American expression for fast moving consumer goods, consumed and
replaced
at a rapid rate :
(1) Orange goods (2) Brown goods (3) White goods (4) Red goods

Which one of the following is not a form of feedback in mass communication ?


(1) Letter to the Editor (2) Live Phone-ins
(3) News Headlines (4) TRPs

The exercise of planning in management :


(a) involves personal decisions
(b) is future oriented
(c) is based on analysis of goals achieved

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(c) is based on analysis of goals achieved
(d) sees the action or work as a whole
Code :
(1) (b) and (d) (2) (a) and (b) (3) (c) and (d) (4) (b) and (c)

Indicate the factors contributing to improved working conditions :


(a) Sufficient lighting
(b) Good housekeeping
(c) Personal protective equipments
(d) Noise at 150 dB
Code :
(1) (a), (b) and (d) (2) (b), (c) and (d) (3) (a), (c) and (d) (4) (a), (b) and (c)

The following are important aspects of using para language in communication :


(a) Verbal expression
(b) Seating arrangement
(c) Use of artefacts
(d) Use of colour
Code :
(1) (a), (b) and (c) (2) (b), (c) and (d) (3) (a), (c) and (d) (4) (a), (b) and (d)

Assertion (A) : A family budget is a way of detailing expenses under different


headings .
Reason (R) : It helps the family to live within their income .
Code :
(1) (A) is correct, (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect, (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : In an ecosystem perspective of a family, that which separates a


system
area of influence from that of other systems are known as boundaries.
Reason (R) : A common or shared boundary between systems is called an
interface.
Code :
(1) (A) is correct, (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect, (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Field Visit is a method of motivating people to adopt new practices
by
showing what has been achieved by applying the practice under field
conditions.
Reason (R) : It helps to remove doubts, superstitions and unfavourable attitude
about
the new practice.
Code :
(1) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(2) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(4) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.

Assertion (A) : Intrapersonal communication takes place between two people.


Reason (R) : Intrapersonal communication takes place whenever we evaluate and
react
to internal and external stimuli.
Code :
(1) (A) is correct and (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Assertion (A) : Gender is a fixed construct of a society.


Reason (R) : Gender does not change with time nor vary from a culture to culture.
Code :
(1) (A) is correct but (R) is incorrect.
(2) (A) is incorrect but (R) is correct.
(3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.

Match the research designs in List-I with the salient features in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Cross sectional (i) High level of control in situation of research
(b) Longitudinal (ii) In depth study of persons or groups
(c) Case study (iii) Study of variables over an extended period
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(d) Experimental (iv) Study specific variables with persons of different ages at a
particular time
(v) Natural setting
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (iv) (iii) (v) (i)
(2) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
(3) (iv) (v) (ii) (i)
(4) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv)

Match the methods used in Extension trainings given in List-I with their
description given in
List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Discussion (i) Problem solving and decision making
(b) Role play (ii) Attentive listening and active participation
(c) Case study (iii) Stimulating creative ideas
(d) Brain storming (iv) Influencing others
(v) Observation and self directed learning
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (i) (iv) (v) (ii)
(2) (ii) (v) (i) (iii)
(3) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv)
(4) (iv) (i) (iii) (v)

F. Home Science Jan 2017:


Extension A treatment which has no effect and is administered to a “control group” in
Education experimental research in place of a treatment whose effects are being studied is
1. Curriculum called
Development for (1) Controls (2) Attrition
Formal Education (3) Chorion (4) Placebo
in Home Sciences.
2. General and Which of the following are included in the list of voluntary consumer
Special Methods of organizations ?
Teaching Home I. PIL II. CGSI
Science. III. VOICE IV. CUTS
3. Media and Codes :
Materials for (1) I, II, IV (2) I, II, III
promoting Home (3) III, IV, I (4) II, III, IV
Science in Formal /
Non – formal / Assertion (A) : Extension workers have to be sensitive to the cultural changes
Adult / Extension taking place in the communities, they work with.
Education. Reason (R) : Outsiders do not realize that villages ever change because often there
4. Non – formal is little outward change as compared with urban areas.
and Adult Codes :
Education in Home (1) (A) is correct, (R) is incorrect.
Science. (2) (A) is incorrect and (R) is correct.
5. Extension (3) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
Education in Home (4) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
Science.
6. Women in Nov 2017:
Changing India and An interactive PLA tool to collect data for planning an extension programme is :
Plans for their (1) Sociometry (2) Seasonal diagramming
development. (3) Scatter diagramming (4) Sequencing
7. Self –
Employment and Problems connected with Entrepreneurship Development can be identified in the
Entrepreneurship following domains :
through Home (a) Procuring of Raw material
Science. (b) Marketing of products
8. Programs of (c) Country of origin
extension in Home (d) Procuring of capital
Science. Code :
9. Measurement (1) (a), (b) and (c) (2) (b) , (c) and (d) (3) (a), (c) and (d) (4) (a), (b) and (d)
and Evaluation
including Methods used for identifying leaders are :
monitoring and (a) Socio-metric Stars
supervision for (b) Information Ratings
Formal / Non – (c) Social Participation
formal / Adult (d) Economic Status
Education / Code :
Extension (1) (a), (b) and (c) (2) (b), (c) and (d) (3) (a), (b) and (d) (4) (a), (c) and (d)
Education
Match the items in List-I with the items in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Calorie (i) Electronics
(b) Kelvin (ii) Ergonomics
(c) Telemetry (iii) Biomechanics

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(c) Telemetry (iii) Biomechanics
(d) Solenoid (iv) Colour temperature
(v) Human energy
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (iv) (v) (ii) (i)
(2) (v) (iv) (ii) (i)
(3) (v) (ii) (iv) (i)
(4) (iii) (ii) (iv) (v)

Match the items in List-I with the items in List-II :


List-I List-II
(a) Anthropometry (i) Hikae
(b) Decibel (ii) Body dimensions
(c) Building (iii) Noise
(d) Ikebana (iv) Language
(v) Plinth
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (ii) (iii) (v) (i)
(2) (ii) (iii) (i) (v)
(3) (ii) (v) (iv) (i)
(4) (ii) (i) (iii) (iv)

Match the methods used in Extension trainings given in List-I with their
description given in List-II :
List-I List-II
(a) Discussion (i) Problem solving and decision making
(b) Role play (ii) Attentive listening and active participation
(c) Case study (iii) Stimulating creative ideas
(d) Brain storming (iv) Influencing others
(v) Observation and self directed learning
Code :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(1) (i) (iv) (v) (ii)
(2) (ii) (v) (i) (iii)
(3) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv)
(4) (iv) (i) (iii) (v)

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