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CUCET Sample Question Paper 2015 for M.A. Development Studies (MADS)

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CUCET Sample Question Paper 2015 is given below.

PART A

Pick out the most effective choice wherever applicable to complete the sentence.

1. The Founder of Bangla Desh was

  • (a) Muzib-ur-Rahman
  • (b) KhondakerMushtaq Ahmed
  • (c) Zia-ur-Rahman
  • (d) Zia-ul-Haq

2. Azlan Shah Cup is associated with the game of

  • (a) Cricket
  • (b) Football
  • (c) Hockey
  • (d) Tennis

3. I saw a _________________ of sheep grazing in the field

  • (a) Flock
  • (b) herd
  • (c) group
  • (d) pack

4. The latest census of India is ___________________ Census of India

  • (a) 14th
  • (b) 12th
  • (c) 13th
  • (d) 15th

5. The following device allows the user to add external components to a computer system

  • (a) USB Port
  • (b) Keyboard
  • (c) CD Drive
  • (d) LAN Port

PART B

1. Right to Information Act 2005 mandates response to

  • (a) Information on wealthy people
  • (b) Citizen request for government information
  • (c) Any request for information on any citizen
  • (d) Any request for information on ‘scam’

2. The Parliament of India cannot be regarded as a sovereign body because

  • (a) It can legislate only on subjects entrusted to the Centre by the constitution
  • (b) It has to operate within the limits prescribed by the Constitution
  • (c) The Supreme Court can declare laws passed by parliament does as unconstitutional if they contravene the provisions of the Constitution
  • (d) All the above

3. In economics the central problem is

  • (a) Production
  • (b) Money
  • (c) Scarcity
  • (d) Consumption

4. Which one of the following is the most important source of energy used for cooking in rural India?

  • (a) Firewood and chips
  • (b) Kerosene
  • (c) LPG
  • (d) Electricity

5. The Right To Education Act 2010 states

  • (a) Free education for all citizens
  • (b) Education is a fundamental right
  • (c) Free education from elementary up to higher secondary education
  • (d) Every child of the age of 6-14 years shall have a right to free and compulsory education in a neighborhood school till completion of elementary education

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