Computer Science Study Materials for Competitive Exams

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Friday, 17 May 2019

41.       Which among the following industries, consumes maximum water in India?
(1) Engineering
(2) Textiles
(3) Thermal power plants
(4) Paper and pulp
Answer: 3
42.       Plants suitable for biomonitoring of Sulphur Dioxide pollution are:
(1) White pine, moss and lichens
(2) Tomato and lettuce
(3) Tobacco, grapes and garden bean
(4) Apricot, peach and gladiolus
Answer: 1
43.       An earthquake is rated as ‘major’ if its magnitude in Richter Scale is in the range of:
(1) 4.0 – 4.9
(2) 5.0 – 5.9
(3) 6.0 – 6.9
(4) 7.0 – 7.9
Answer: 4
44.       The biggest hindrance in using biomass as a major energy source is:
(1) Technology not well developed for commercialisation
(2) Energy yield of low level.
(3) Large amount of land required to grow energy crops
(4) Air pollution due to combustion
Answer: 3
45.       Assertion (A): Climate change is going to increase social tension in India.
Reason (R): The frequency and intensity of the extreme weather events will have
serious consequences for food security.
Code:
(1) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
(2) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
(3) (A) is true, but (R) is false
(4) (A) is false, but (R) is true
Answer: 1
46.       The first Open University established in India is:
(1) Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nasik
(2) Nalanda Open University, Patna
(3) Bhim Rao Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad
(4) Tamil Nadu Open University, Chennai
Answer: 3
47.       In 1948, under whose Chairmanship a University Education Commission was set up to reconstruct University Education in India?
(1) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
(2) Prof. P.C. Joshi
(3) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
(4) Dr. Vikaram Sarabhai
Answer: 3
48.       University and University-level institutions are categorised into:
(a) Central Universities (b) State Universities
(c) Private Universities (d) Deemed-to-be Universities
(e) Institutions of Higher Learning
(f) Civil Sector Institutions
Code:
(1) (a), (c), (e) and (f)
(2) (b), (d), (e) and (f)
(3) (a), (b) (c) and (d)
(4) (c), (d) (e) and (f)
Answer: 3
49.       “e-Pathshala” is an initiative by:
(1) UGC
(2) CBSE
(3) NCERT
(4) NCTE
Answer: 3
50.    The Council of Rural Institutes Authority is situated at:
(1) Ludhiana
(2) Ahmedabad
(3) Pune
(4) Hyderabad
Answer: 4
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Thursday, 16 May 2019

Answer the questions 31 to 35 based on the data given in the table below.
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given.
Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the questions below.
31.       Which of the following could be the full marks in Mathematics if the pass marks in Mathematics was 35% and the person who just passed scored 70?
(1) 400
(2) 500
(3) 600
(4) 200
Answer: 4
32.       What is the maximum mark that a student can score in all the five subjects together?
(You may use the answer of the previous question.)
(1) 500
(2) 1000
(3) 1500
(4) 2000
Answer: 4
33.       What is the difference between the number of failed students in Science and the number of passed Social Studies?
(1) 228
(2) 238
(3) 312
(4) 218
Answer: 1
34.       What is the approximate difference in percentage between the pass % in Social Studies and the pass % in Mathematics?
(1) 2.5 %
(2) 6.5 %
(3) 16.5 %
(4) 26.5 %
Answer: 2
35.       In which subject, was the failure percent the least?
(1) English
(2) Mathematics
(3) Science
(4) Social Studies
Answer: 1
36.       Full form of PDF is:
(1) Portable Document Format
(2) Portable Data Format
(3) Portable Document Form
(4) Portable Data Form
Answer: 1
37.       A Terabyte is equal to:
(1) 1024 Megabytes
(2) 1024 Gigabytes
(3) 1024 × 1024 Kilobytes
(4) 1024 Kilobytes
Answer: 2
38.       The binary equivalent of (–23)10 is (2’s complement system for negative numbers is used):
(1) 10111
(2) 01001
(3) 01010
(4) 01000
Answer: 2
39.       DNS stands for:
(1) Domain Name Standard
(2) Domain Name System
(3) Distributed Name System
(4) Dynamic Name Standard
Answer: 2
40.    Which of the given statements are true?
(a) Modem is a Networking device
(b) Modem is a Voltage stabilizer
(c) Modem converts analogue signal to digital signal and vice-versa.
Code:
(1) (a) and (b)
(2) (b) and (c)
(3) (a) and (c)
(4) (a), (b) and (c)
Answer: 3
21.       If FACE is coded as HCEG, then the code for HIGH will be:
(1) BEFB
(2) ZXYZ
(3) KHIK
(4) JKIJ
Answer: 4
22.       The next number in the series 12, 15, 21, 33, 57, ......, is:
(1) 95
(2) 107
(3) 97
(4) 105
Answer: 4
23.       The next term in the letter series DY, JX, OW, SV, VU, ......... is:
(1) WV
(2) XT
(3) XS
(4) YT
Answer: 2
24.       Which of these words is different from the rest?
(1) Tall
(2) Huge
(3) Thin
(4) Sharp
Answer: 4
25.       Ram said to Shyam, “That girl playing with the doll, is the younger of the two daughters of my father’s wife”.
How is the girl playing with the doll is related to Ram?
(1) Sister
(2) Aunty
(3) Sister-in-law
(4) Cousin
Answer: 1
26.       In which of the following instances, deductive argument is invalid?
(1) When its premises and conclusion are all false
(2) When its premises and conclusion are all true
(3) When its premises are true but conclusion is false
(4) When its premises are false and conclusion is true
Answer: 3
27.       The reasoning which would be helpful in seeking new knowledge of facts about the world is:
(1) Demonstrative
(2) Deductive
(3) Inductive
(4) Speculative
Answer: 3
28.       Given below are two premises with four conclusions drawn from them (taking singly or together). Which of the following conclusions could be validly drawn from the premises?
Premises:         (i) All cats are animals
(ii) Birds are not cats
Conclusions: (a) Birds are not animals
(b) Cats are not Birds
(c) All animals are cats
(d) Some animals are cats
Select the correct answer from the code given below:
Code:
(1) (a), (b) and (d)
(2) (b) and (d)
(3) (a) and (c)
(4) (b), (c) and (d)
Answer: 1
29.       Inductive argument proceeds from:
(1) Particulars to Particulars
(2) Particulars to Universals
(3) Universals to Particulars
(4) Universals to Universals
Answer: 2
30.    Among the following statements, two are contradictory to each other.
Statements:
(a) All men are humans
(b) Some men are humans
(c) Some men are not humans
(d) No men are humans
Select the code that represents them:
Code:
(1) (a) and (b)
(2) (a) and (d)
(3) (a) and (c)
(4) (b) and (c)
Answer: 3

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Read the passage carefully and answer questions 11 to 15:
Today, in the digital age, who owns information owns the future. In this digital world, we face a fundamental choice between open and closed. In an open world information is shared by all freely available to everyone. In a closed world information is exclusively owned and controlled by a few. Today, we live in a closed world a world of extraordinary and growing concentrations in power and wealth. A world where innovation is held back and distorted by the dead hand of monopoly; where essential medicines are affordable only to the rich, where freedom is threatened by manipulation, exclusion and exploitation; and each click you make, every step you take, they will be watching you. By contrast, in an open world all of us would be enriched by the freedom to use, enjoy and build on everything from statistics and research to newspaper stories and books, from software and films to music and medical fomulae. In an open world, we would pay innovators and creators more and more fairly, using market-driven remuneration rights in place of intellectual property monopoly rights. As they have improved, digital technologies have taken on ever more of the tasks that humans used to do, from manufacturing cars to scheduling appointments. And in the next few decades, artificial intelligence may well be not only driving our cars for us but drafting legal contracts and performing surgery. On the face of it, we have much to gain if machines can spare us tedious or routine tasks and perform them with greater accuracy. The danger, though, is that robots run on information-software, data algorithms and at present the ownership of this sort of information is unequal. And because it is protected by our closed system of intellectual property rights.
11.       How will an open world function?
(1) With limited choices
(2) Information is available to everyone
(3) Information is exclusive
(4) Information is controlled
Answer: 2
12.       Which of these characteristics of a closed world?
(a) Concentration in power and wealth increases
(b) Innovation is controlled
(c) Only the rich have access to medicines
(d) Freedom is manipulated
(e) Information is shared by all
(f) Creativity is recognised
Code:
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (b), (c), (d) and (e)
(3) (c), (d), (e) and (f)
(4) (d), (e), (f) and (a)
Answer: 1
13.       What is the status of intellectual property rights in an open world?
(1) They are monopoly rights
(2) Medical formulae are restricted
(3) Replaced by remuneration rights
(4) Protected proprietorial rights
Answer: 3
14.       What is impact of digital technologies on the present day world?
(1) Creativity is sidelined
(2) Mechanical accuracy is distorted
(3) Tedious tasks see an upward trend
(4) Human tasks are performed by machines
Answer: 4
15.       The crux of the passage contains the following statements:
(a) Digital technology is dangerous
(b) Those who own information will own the future
(c) Artificial intelligence will do the human tasks
(d) Monopoly of digital technology has led to unequal ownership of information
(e) Intellectual property rights should be protected in an open world
(1) (a), (b) and (c)
(2) (b), (c) and (d)
(3) (c), (d) and (e)
(4) (d), (e) and (a)
Answer: 2
16.       In verbal communication, words act as:
(1) Fillers
(2) Decoratives
(3) Symbols
(4) Passive barriers
Answer: 3
17.       Modern educational communication is described as:
(1) Teleologic
(2) Non-distributive
(3) Un-approximate
(4) Telescopic
Answer: 1
18.       Effective classroom communication would help students internalise:
(a) Knowledge             (b) Subject matter
(c) Articulation (d) Language felicity
(e) Non-responsiveness (f) Modalities of resistance
Code:
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (b), (c), (d) and (e)
(3) (c), (d), (e) and (f)
(4) (a), (d), (e) and (f)
Answer: 1
19.       The challenging behaviours of students as related to communication are:
(a) Purposive challenges       (b) Critical challenges
(c) Procedural challenges     (d) Evaluation challenges
(e) Practicality challenges     (f) Power challenges
Code:
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (b), (c), (d) and (f)
(3) (c), (d), (e) and (f)
(4) (d), (e), (f) and (a)
Answer: 3
20.    Classroom communication has a basis in:
(1) Audience fragmentation
(2) Non-informative cues
(3) Attention diversion
(4) Intensive listener focus
Answer: 4