UGC NET Exam December 2014 Tourism Administration and Management Paper-3 Question Paper With Answer Key

TOURISM ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

Paper – III

Note : This paper contains seventy five (75) objective type questions of two (2) marks each. All questions are compulsory.

1. Setting a high price when the market is price – insensitive is referred as

(A) Prestige-pricing

(B) Market-skimming pricing

(C) Market-penetration pricing

(D) Discriminatory pricing

Answer: (A)

2. Name the type of the tour where an organiser accompanies the group for arrangements :

(A) Executive Tour

(B) Entertainer Tour

(C) Escorted Tour

(D) Extra-costed Tour

Answer: (B)

3. When integration occurs between companies offering complementary rather than competitive products, it is known as

(A) Horizontal integration

(B) Backward integration

(C) Forward integration

(D) Concentric diversification

Answer: (B)

4. Assertion (A) : International tourists arrivals grew by 5% worldwide in 2013 reaching 1087 million arrivals.

Reason (R) : China has consolidated its position as number one source market in the world.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation.

(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.

(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Answer: (A)

5. When buyers are divided into groups on their knowledge, attitude and use on response to a product, it is known as

(A) Behavioural market segmentation

(B) Psychographic market segmentation

(C) Geographic market segmentation

(D) Demographic market segmentation

Answer: (A)

6. Which of the following drives is not a part of McClelland’s theory of motivation ?

(A) Need for Enrichment

(B) Need for Achievement

(C) Need for Power

(D) Need for Affiliation

Answer: (D)

7. Service providers communicating their level of service through their pricing is termed as

(A) Market Segmentation

(B) Market Targeting

(C) Market Tracking

(D) Market Positioning

Answer: (A)

8. Assertion (A) : Applied research is usually constrained by set time schedules.

Reason (R) : Applied research addresses some particular problems or attempts to achieve a particular set of outcomes.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation.

(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation.

(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.

(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Answer: (A)

9. The flagship of ITDC hotels is

(A) the Brahmputra Ashok

(B) the Kalinga Ashok

(C) the Ashok, Delhi

(D) the Pataliputra Ashok

Answer: (A)

10. What is the difference between a bar chart and a histogram ?

(A) A histogram does not show the entire range of scores in a distribution.

(B) Bar chart is circular where as histogram is square.

(C) There are no gaps between the bars on a histogram.

(D) Bar charts represent numbers, where as histograms represent percentage.

Answer: (B)

11. In the new product development, write down the commercial steps that would be followed in order :

I. Test Marketing

II. Business analysis

III. Generation of new product ideas

IV. Screening and evaluation of Ideas

Codes :

(A) II, I, III, IV

(B) III, IV, I, II

(C) I, II, III, IV

(D) III, IV, II, I

Answer: (D)

12. Suez Canal links the following two Seas :

(A) Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea

(B) Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

(C) Mediterranean and Red Seas

(D) Pacific and Southern Oceans

Answer: (D)

13. Identify the country to which the High Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) VISA is applicable

(A) United Arab Emirates

(B) Australia

(C) United States of America

(D) United Kingdom

Answer: (A)

14. The major achievement of IATA in air-transportation is

(A) one world, one formula and one currency

(B) one phone call, one journey ticket and one currency

(C) one phone call, one organisation and one currency

(D) one world, one regulation and one currency

Answer: (B)

15. Items of List – I and List – II pertain to type of financial ratios and their utility. Candidate has to match an item in one list with the appropriate item in the other list :

Answer: (D)

16. Which of the following statements is false ?

(A) The number of visits to a destination is the best indication of the value of tourism to the destination.

(B) Total tourist nights are a better indication of the impact of tourism on a destination than total tourists arrivals.

(C) Average daily expenditure provides an indication of the quality of tourist traffic to most destination.

(D) Average expenditure per visit is a better indication of the quality of tourist traffic to a destination than average length of stay.

Answer: (D)

17. Rani-ki Vav, one of the finest example of Step Well at Patan, Gujarat was constructed by

(A) Rani Rupmati

(B) Rani Karnavati

(C) Rani Udaimati

(D) Rani Dewal Rani

Answer: (C)

18. Determine the international Sale Indicator for the international journey from LAX-DEL (Los Angeles to Delhi) for which ticket is sold in Chicago and issued in Montreal

(A) SITI

(B) SITO

(C) SOTO

(D) SOTI

Answer: (C)

19. The features of condominium hotels are

(i) Time sharing ownership is similar to condominium.

(ii) Each unit of condominium hotels has multiple owners.

(iii) The condominium management rents units according to the desires of the owners.

(iv) The purchaser does not buy real estate, but the long term right to use it.

The candidate has to find out the correct combination according to the code :

(A) (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct.

(B) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct.

(C) (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct.

(D) (ii) and (iii) are correct.

Answer: (A)

20. A tour guide should not be a tour guide if he does not know

(A) History of monuments

(B) Travel route of a visiting place

(C) Names of all the members of a tour group

(D) How much fee he will receive

Answer: (A)

21. Tourism is a complex business that depends on the linkages of various components such as

I. Natural Environment and Resources

II. Tourist Arrivals

III. Per Capita Income of Locals

IV. Support Services

Use the following codes given to choose the correct combination of components :

Codes :

(A) I, II, III and IV

(B) I, III, IV and not II

(C) I, II, IV and not III

(D) II, III, IV and not I

Answer: (ALL OPTIONS CORRECT)

22. The term ‘community tourism’ refers to

(A) tourism within the Asian community

(B) an approach to tourism in which local residents participate in its planning and development

(C) tourist group of a single community

(D) group visits between ‘twinned’ town and cities in different countries

Answer: (A)

23. Total number of guests staying in the hotel at a particular time is known as

(A) House limit

(B) In-house limit

(C) Plus position

(D) House count

Answer: (A)

24. Write down the correct order of top destinations in terms of international tourists arrivals in year 2013. Use the codes given below :

I. France

II. China

III. USA

IV. Spain

Codes :

(A) I, III, IV, II

(B) I, IV, III, II

(C) III, I, IV, II

(D) II, IV, III, I

Answer: (D)

25. The process of presenting Airline ticket sales and the payment there of for a week by the travel agencies to the Airlines through an authorised Bank is referred as

(A) Actualised Bank Settlement Plan

(B) Airlines Bank Settlement Plan

(C) Authorised Bank Settlement Plan

(D) Area Bank Settlement Plan

Answer: (A)

26. Given below are two statements, one is labelled as Assertion (A) and the other is labelled as Reason (R) :

Assertion (A) : Explosive types of volcanic eruptions are associated with the destructive or convergent plate boundaries in which the heavier plate is sub-ducted beneath the lighter plate.

Reason (R) : Materials of the upper mantle lying below the mid-oceanic ridges are melted and move upwards in the form of lava during volcanic eruptions, serve as a resource base for Volcano Adventure Tourism.

Read the above statements and select the correct answer from the codes given below :

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.

(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Answer: (A)

27. The ‘Lufthansa Airlines’ belongs to the country

(A) USA

(B) Russia

(C) Germany

(D) Malaysia

Answer: (C)

28. For getting recognition from Department of Tourism as three star hotel the room size and specification should be :

(A) Double room size 140 sq. ft. and bathroom size 36 sq. ft.

(B) Double room size 140 sq. ft. and bathroom size 30 sq. ft.

(C) Double room size 120 sq. ft. and bathroom size 30 sq. ft.

(D) Double room size 120 sq. ft. and bathroom size 36 sq. ft.

Answer: (A)

29. The Ginger brand economy category hotels belong to

(A) Best Western Group of Hotels

(B) Taj Group of Hotels

(C) ITC Group of Hotels

(D) Oberoi Group of Hotels

Answer: (D)

30. The major shareholder in Public Limited Company Tourism Finance Corporation of India (TFCI) is

(A) SBI

(B) LIC

(C) IDBI

(D) IFCI

Answer: (D)

31. From the following sites which one has been nominated for world heritage site by the World Heritage Committee ?

(A) The Great Himalayan National Park

(B) Nishat Bagh, Kashmir

(C) Indian National Archives, Delhi

(D) Rohtas Fort, Rohtas

Answer: (C)

32. Identify the route of Yamuna Express way.

(A) Hyderabad – Secunderabad

(B) Greater Noida – Agra

(C) Greater Cochin – Alleppy

(D) Bangalore – Mysore

Answer: (A)

33. Maximum threat to the World Tourism is from

(A) Eutrophication

(B) Ozone depletion

(C) Bio-fixation and Bio-diversity loss

(D) Global Warming

Answer: (B)

34. Arrange the following Governmental efforts for tourism development in India in the sequence as they happened for the Nation :

I. “Incredible India” – Campaign

II. Formation of Ministry for Tourism, Govt. of India

III. National Tourism Policy

IV. Budgetary Allocation for Tourism by Govt. of India

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) IV, II, III, I

(C) IV, III, II, I

(D) II, I, III, IV

Answer: (C)

35. The right of an airline, registered in country ‘X’, to operate entirely outside of country ‘X’ in carrying traffic between two other countries is known as

(A) Fourth Freedom

(B) Fifth Freedom

(C) Sixth Freedom

(D) Seventh Freedom

Answer: (B)

36. The full form of IMTEC is

(A) International Medical Tourist, Experts, Technicians, Exhibition and Convention.

(B) Indian Medical Tourists, Experts, Technicians, Exhibition and Convention

(C) International Medical Tourism, Equipments, Technology, Exhibition and Conference

(D) None of the above

Answer: (D)

37. This consists of two lists. List – I has Beaches of India and List – II has their locations in India. Match List – I with List – II. Use the code given below :

Answer: (C)

38. For international airfare calculation Backhaul Check (BHC) is applied :

I. For one way journey

II. For circle trip journey

III. For all Higher Intermediate (FARE) Points (HIP)

IV. From origin to stop over point with higher NUC than origin to destination NUC.

(A) I, II, III and IV are correct.

(B) Only I is correct.

(C) Only II is correct.

(D) I and IV are only correct.

Answer: (B)

39. Two lists of leadership theories and the contributors of these theories are given below. The candidate has to match an item in List – I with an item in List – II :

Answer: (D)

40. Match List – I with List – II :

Answer: (ALL OPTION CORRECT)

41. A stable dividend policy means

(A) Constant dividend per share

(B) Regularity in paying dividend

(C) Dividend paid is proportional to earnings

(D) Reasonably unpredictable dividend policy

Answer: (C)

42. Two lists are given below with List – I having the names of cities where metro trains are available and List – II are the years when their operations began. The candidate has to match an item in List – I with an item in List – II :

Answer: (D)

43. Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin (KMO) test is used

(A) in factor analysis to determine whether a set of data is appropriate for factor analysis

(B) for assessing whether two variables appear to be related

(C) to compare means from two populations or samples

(D) to measure the degree of association between two distribution

Answer: (C)

44. The term ‘EVA’ is used for

(A) Extra Value Analysis

(B) Economic Value Added

(C) Expected Volume Arbitrage

(D) Engineering Value Accrued

Answer: (B)

45. Process of Financial Planning ends with

(A) informing the employees that projected figures have come true

(B) preparation of projected statements

(C) preparation of actual statements

(D) comparison of actual with projected

Answer: (D)

46. What is considered to be the optimum approach to national tourism planning and development ?

(A) Formulation of a national development plan with tourism as one of the sectors.

(B) Formulation of a tourism development plan.

(C) Formulation of a tourism marketing plan.

(D) Formulation of tourism strategic plan.

Answer: (A)

47. Assertion (A) : Selling concept of marketing management holds that customers will favour products that are available and highly affordable and therefore management should focus on production and distribution efficiency.

Reason (R) : The marketing concepts hold that achieving organizational goals depends on determining the needs and wants of target markets and delivering the desired satisfaction more effectively and efficiently than competitions.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.

(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Answer: (C)

48. What is the correct order of human needs as given in need-hierarchy theory of Abraham Maslow ? Choose the correct order from the following :

(A) Physiological, security, affiliation, esteem, self-actualisation

(B) Security, affiliation, physiological, esteem, self-actualisation

(C) Affiliation, security, esteem, physiological, self-actualisation

(D) Self-actualisation, esteem, security, affiliation, physiological

Answer: (D)

49. Other name for modified American Plan is

(A) CP

(B) Bermuda Plan

(C) Pension Plan

(D) Demi-Pension Plan

Answer: (C)

50. Which of the following approaches to management determines that managerial practice depends upon circumstances/situations ?

(A) Empirical or case approach

(B) Contingency approach

(C) Decision theory approach

(D) Group Behaviour approach

Answer: (A)

51. The Royal Orient is a joint venture of

(A) The Indian Railway and Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation

(B) The Indian Railway and Tourism Corporation of Maharashtra

(C) The Indian Railway and Tourism Corporation of Gujarat

(D) The Indian Railway and Tourism Corporation of Uttar Pradesh

Answer: (B)

52. The Break-event Chart portrays the relationship between

(A) Price, cost, profit

(B) Cost, volume, profit

(C) Price, sales, profit

(D) Cost, sales, production

Answer: (A)

53. Which of the following is the largest car-rental service company in India ?

(A) ‘Easycab’

(B) ‘Savaari’

(C) ‘Carzonrent’

(D) ‘Fast-track’

Answer: (C)

54. What is the Excess Mileage Surcharge (EMS) for the Air Itinerary Delhi – Mumbai – Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur – Manila with TPMs for Delhi to Mumbai → 708, Mumbai to Bangkok → 1871, Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur → 748 and Kuala Lumpur to Manila → 1542 ? The MPM from Delhi to Manila is 3656.

(A) 5 M

(B) 10 M

(C) 15 M

(D) 20 M

Answer: (B)

55. When looking at consumer income, marketers are most interested in

(A) discretionary income

(B) deferred income

(C) inflationary income

(D) disposable income

Answer: (A)

56. The Type I – error in Testing of hypothesis is

(A) Classifying Ho for sample mean

(B) Analysing Ho over μ-population mean

(C) Rejection of Ho when Ho is true

(D) Acceptance of Ho when Ho is not true

Answer: (D)

57. What is the acronym of “CAQDAS” stand for ?

(A) Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software.

(B) Complicated Analytical Questions Deserving Answer Soon.

(C) Constant Aggravation Queried Directly and Swiftly.

(D) Content Analysis Quantification : Durkheim and Statistics

Answer: (B)

58. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the code given below :

Answer: (A)

59. Affinity Charter comes into play

I. When an organisation decides to offer a trip to its members.

II. Members choose their individual destinations for the trip.

III. Cost-effective ticket prices are given to members.

IV. Organisation enters into a contractual agreement with a charter.

The candidate has to find the correct combination according to the code :

(A) I, II and III are correct.

(B) I and IV are correct.

(C) II and III are correct.

(D) I, III and IV are correct.

Answer: (D)

60. UNWTO Ulysses prize for excellence in the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the year 2013 was awarded to

(A) Prof. T.V. Singh

(B) Prof. Eric Cohen

(C) Prof. Chris Cooper

(D) Prof. Pauline Sheldon

Answer: (B)

61. Purchase of foreign products for the purpose of tourist-satisfaction leads to

(A) Economic leverage

(B) Economic lethargy

(C) Economic leakage

(D) Economic legitimacy

Answer: (C)

62. A type of tourism that may be defined as a form of tourism in which the prime motivation of the tourist involves a desire to experience and interact with exotic peoples is termed as

(A) Ethnic Tourism

(B) Eco Tourism

(C) Space Tourism

(D) Pilgrimage Tourism

Answer: (D)

63. Festivals are great factors of National Integration. Arrange the festivals given below in their order of appearance over English Calender as per the list.

I. Onam

II. Christmas

III. Pongal

IV. Dusshera

Use the following code to choose the correct option.

(A) January, December, August/September, September/October

(B) September/October, January, December, August/September

(C) August/September, December, January, September/October

(D) January, August/September, September/October, December

Answer: (C)

64. Tour operators may keep their prices low by

I. Negotiating low prices from suppliers

II. Reducing profit margins

III. Cutting their cost structure

IV. Avoiding to pay the government taxes

The candidate has to find the correct combination according to the code.

(A) I and II are correct.

(B) I, II and III are correct.

(C) II, III and IV are correct.

(D) I, III and IV are correct.

Answer: (A)

65. Calculate the flying time, if a flight of BA-105 leaves New York (–5 hrs. GMT) at 21 : 00 hrs. local time on Friday and arrives Delhi (+ 5 : 30 hrs. GMT) at 00: 30 hrs. local time on Sunday.

(A) 15 : 00 hours

(B) 15 : 30 hours

(C) 17 : 00 hours

(D) 18 : 00 hours

Answer: (ALL OPTION CORRECT)

66. Transport of passengers or goods between two points in the same country by a foreign carrier is called

(A) Freedom of Air

(B) Cabotage

(C) Self-boarding

(D) Patronage

Answer: (B)

67. If the researcher does not have any control over the variables, then the research is referred as

(A) Clinical research

(B) Longitudinal research

(C) Ex-post facto research

(D) Empirical research

Answer: (A)

68. The Approach paper to the Twelfth Plan released by the Planning Commission emphasized the need for tourism to adopt

(A) development of infrastructure approach

(B) ‘pro-poor tourism’ approach

(C) enriching local people approach

(D) benefit the people of coastal regions

Answer: (C)

69. Assertion (A) : Gross profit of a company XYZ is same but its Net Profit Ratio is decreasing.

Reason (R) : The dividend paid by XYZ company is increasing.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are possible and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are possible and (R) is the correct explanation.

(C) (A) is possible and (R) is not possible.

(D) (A) is not possible and (R) is possible.

Answer: (B)

70. Match List – I with List – II :

Answer: (A)

71. Special functions organised for professionals, socials or state occasions are referred in hotel parlance as

(A) Meetings

(B) Coffee parties

(C) Banquets

(D) Dinners

Answer: (D)

Read the passage given below and answer the questions 72 to 75 :

 The beautiful Kumarakom starting from 1989 was facing the pressure of resort developers towards back-water ecosystem for tourism. Truly, the introduction of backwater tourism enhanced the local Panchayat revenue towards Rs 20 lakhs per year, but the impact was so heavy that the local farmers were tempted to sell their land at an inflated price and get displaced. Sensing the onslaught of tourism development, the locals expressed their displeasure at Kudumba Yogam (family meeting). The local Panchayat swung into action by creating zones exclusively for tourism for residence and for reserve area along with appropriate solid and water pollution clearance management which increased the water table also. Now, tourists and locals use speed boats, house boats and local boats that criss-cross each other without any irritation. Thus a balancing act has been done sustaining Kumarakom for the locals, tourists as well as for tourism service providers.

72. Back water Ecosystem was at the risk of exploitation by the

(A) Local Panchayat

(B) Kudumba Yogam

(C) Resort developers

(D) Tourists

Answer: (A)

73. One of the following is not true with respect to the passage :

(A) Local Panchayat revenue enhanced.

(B) Locals enjoyed enhanced tourism.

(C) Local farmers nearly got displaced.

(D) Local boats and speed boats criss-crossed.

Answer: (D)

74. The environmental efforts are expressed in the words

(A) Zoning and pollution clearance

(B) Enhanced Revenue and inflated price

(C) Displeasure and Displacement

(D) Residence and Reserve

Answer: (A)

75. Who among the following saved Kumarakom ?

(A) Resort Developers

(B) Local Panchayat

(C) Farmers

(D) Locals

Answer: (B)

UGC NET Exam December 2014 Human Rights and Duties Paper-3 Question Paper With Answer Key

HUMAN RIGHTS & DUTIES

PAPER – III

Note : This paper contains seventy five (75) objective type questions of two (2) marks each. All questions are compulsory.

1. International Human Rights law emerged as a distinct field of international law only in the aftermath of the :

(A) First world war

(B) Second world war

(C) Cold war

(D) Vietnam war

Answer: (B)

2. Who said “Freedom is always the freedom of dissenters” ?

(A) J.S. Mill

(B) Rosa Luxemberg

(C) Karl Marx

(D) Gramsei

Answer: (B)

3. The Paris Principles adopted by the UN General Assembly in December 1993, are related to :

(A) International Human Rights Institutions

(B) National Human Rights Institutions

(C) International Military Tribunals

(D) International Non-governmental Organisations

Answer: (B)

4. Who said that religion is like opium to common man ?

(A) St. Thomas Aquinas

(B) Karl Marx

(C) Mao Tse Dong

(D) Hegel

Answer: (B)

5. A human rights based approach to development makes people

(A) active agents of decision making

(B) passive objects of choices made

(C) static recipients of governments policy decisions

(D) upwardly mobile citizens of a state

Answer: (A)

6. Which article is common to all four Geneva Conventions of 1949 relating to protection of victims of armed conflict ?

(A) Article 1

(B) Article 2

(C) Article 3

(D) Article 4

Answer: (C)

7. Which article of the Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights 1997 says that “Human Genome in its natural state shall not give rise to financial gains” ?

(A) Article 3

(B) Article 4

(C) Article 6

(D) Article 8

Answer: (B)

8. Gender budgeting refers to :

(A) budget prepared by women

(B) budget prepared to advocate and crystallize gender specific roles

(C) budget prepared to highlight gender related statistics

(D) budget prepared to accomplish gender equality and gender based human development.

Answer: (D)

9. “Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.” This statement is taken from which article of UDHR ?

(A) Article 28

(B) Article 29

(C) Article 30

(D) Article 31

Answer: (B)

10. Which one of the following provisions of the UDHR is not a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution ?

(A) Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

(B) No one shall be subjected to torture or cruel, in human or degrading treatment or punishment.

(C) Everyone has the right to recognise everywhere as a person before the law.

(D) Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.

Answer: (D)

11. When the community development programme was launched ?

(A) January 26, 1950

(B) October 2, 1952

(C) August 15, 1952

(D) January 26, 1952

Answer: (B)

12. Convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict was adopted at the Hague on 14 May 1954 by an international conference of states convened by :

(A) ICRC

(B) UNICEF

(C) UNESCO

(D) ECOSOC

Answer: (C)

13. The optional protocol to the international covenant on economic, social and cultural rights entered into force on :

(A) 5th May, 2013

(B) 6th May, 2013

(C) 5th May, 2014

(D) 6th May, 2014

Answer: (A)

14. Which provision of the ICCPR was used by the Human Rights Committee in support of progressive development towards the abolition of death penalty ?

(A) Article 1

(B) Article 4

(C) Article 6

(D) Article 8

Answer: (C)

15. India is not signatory to :

(A) International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)

(B) Optional Protocol to the ICCPR

(C) International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR)

(D) Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Answer: (B)

16. Which is not an additional reason for the grant of refugee status as per the OAU Convention governing the specific aspects of refugee problems in Africa ?

(A) External aggression

(B) Occupation

(C) Foreign Domination

(D) Systematic Violation of Human Rights

Answer: (D)

17. According to World Health Organization (WHO), how much of water per person per day is needed to ensure that the most basic needs are met and few health concerns arise ?

(A) Between 50 and 100 litres

(B) Between 100 and 150 litres

(C) Between 150 and 200 litres

(D) Between 200 and 250 litres

Answer: (A)

18. We have borrowed the directive principles of state policy from the constitution of

(A) U.S.A.

(B) U.K.

(C) U.S.S.R.

(D) Ireland

Answer: (D)

19. Which one of the following is a hybrid court ?

(A) International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia

(B) International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

(C) International Criminal Court

(D) Special Court for Sierra Leone

Answer: (D)

20. The appeal chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda is located in :

(A) Arusha

(B) Geneva

(C) Kigali

(D) The Hague

Answer: (D)

21. Which among the following neighboring countries of India is party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court ?

(A) China

(B) Pakistan

(C) Nepal

(D) Bangladesh

Answer: (D)

22. Which article of the Declaration on the Right to Development adopted by the UN in 1986 states that states shall take resolute steps to eliminate human rights violations arising from apartheid and racial discrimination ?

(A) Article 2

(B) Article 3

(C) Article 4

(D) Article 5

Answer: (D)

23. In which of the following cases was the right to livelihood pronounced as an integral facet of right to life ?

(A) Minerva Mills v/s Union of India, AIR 1980 SC 1789

(B) Waman Rao v/s Union of India, AIR 1981 SC 271

(C) Keswanand Bharati v/s State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461

(D) Narendra Kumar v/s State of Haryana, JT (1994), 2 SC 94

Answer: (D)

24. Which article of the European Convention for Protection of Human Rights and Biomedicine, 1997 says that the use of techniques of medically assisted procreation shall not be allowed for the purpose of choosing a future child’s sex except where serious hereditary sex-related disease is to be avoided ?

(A) Article 10

(B) Article 11

(C) Article 12

(D) Article 14

Answer: (D)

25. According to Article 8 of the Statute of the ICTY it has jurisdiction over crimes that were committed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia before :

(A) 1st January 1989

(B) 1st January 1990

(C) 1st January 1991

(D) 1st January 1992

Answer: (C)

26. In which situation may the International Criminal Court not exercise its jurisdiction ?

(A) Referral of a case by a state party

(B) Referral of a case by the UN Security Council

(C) Prosecutor initiated case

(D) Referral of a case by a non-state party

Answer: (D)

27. Which one of the following crimes is not listed in elements of crimes against humanity under the ICTY statute ?

(A) Murder

(B) Extermination

(C) Enslavement

(D) Enforced disappearance of person

Answer: (D)

28. Motilal Nehru Committee Report of 1928 made important recommendations regarding

(A) Minorities

(B) Dravidians

(C) Scheduled tribes

(D) Hindus

Answer: (A)

29. The preventive detention regime in India is governed by :

(A) Article 21 of the Constitution.

(B) Article 22 of the Constitution.

(C) Article 23 of the Constitution.

(D) Article 24 of the Constitution.

Answer: (B)

30. Power of the Parliament to legislate for giving effect to international agreement is provided under which article of the Constitution of India ?

(A) Article 250

(B) Article 252

(C) Article 253

(D) Article 248

Answer: (C)

31. Which article of the Constitution is not directly related to the implementation of any international treaty/convention ?

(A) Article 21

(B) Article 51

(C) Article 73

(D) Article 253

Answer: (A)

32. Which one of the following is a constitutionally designated commission ?

(A) National Commission for Minorities

(B) National Commission for Scheduled Castes

(C) National Commission for Women

(D) National Human Rights Commission

Answer: (B)

33. In Aruna Shanbaug case, the Supreme Court allowed a form of euthanasia only after higher judiciary’s consideration of each prospective case :

(A) Involuntary active euthanasia

(B) Involuntary passive euthanasia

(C) Voluntary active euthanasia

(D) Voluntary passive euthanasia

Answer: (D)

34. Bio-ethics is a branch of knowledge concerned with

(A) ethical study of biology

(B) human rights approach to ethics of the body

(C) ethical and human rights approach to medical and scientific experiment

(D) ethical approach to promoting scientific temper

Answer: (C)

35. Which article has prohibited the employment of children under 14 years of age in factories, etc. ?

(A) Article 22

(B) Article 23

(C) Article 24

(D) Article 25

Answer: (C)

36. Arrange the following constitutional developments in sequence of their occurrence :

I. Sapru Committee Report

II. Nehru Committee Report

III. Montague – Chelmsford Reforms

IV. Minto – Marley Reforms

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) IV, III, II, I

(C) II, I, IV, III

(D) III, II, I, IV

Answer: (B)

37. Arrange the following European Human Rights instruments chronologically :

I. European Convention on Human Rights

II. European Social Charter

III. European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages

IV. Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities

Codes :

(A) IV, III, II, I

(B) II, I, III, IV

(C) I, II, III, IV

(D) III, IV, II, I

Answer: (C)

38. Arrange the following Regional Human Rights instruments in the chronological order of their adoption :

I. American Convention on Human Rights

II. African Charter on Human and People’s Rights

III. Arab Charter on Human Rights

IV. European Convention on Human Rights

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) II, III, IV, I

(C) III, II, I, IV

(D) IV, I, II, III

Answer: (D)

39. Arrange the following rights enshrined in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in order of sequence :

I. Rights of minorities

II. Right to life

III. Right to liberty and security of person

IV. Right to self-determination

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) II, III, I, IV

(C) III, I, II, IV

(D) IV, II, III, I

Answer: (D)

40. Arrange the following crimes in sequence of their listing under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court :

I. Crime of aggression

II. Crime of Genocide

III. Crime against humanity

IV. War crimes

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) II, III, IV, I

(C) III, I, II, IV

(D) IV, I, II, III

Answer: (B)

41. Arrange the names of the Chairpersons of the National Commission for Women in sequence of their term :

I. V. Mohini Giri

II. Poornima Advani

III. Jayanti Patnaik

IV. Mamta Sharma

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) II, I, III, IV

(C) III, I, II, IV

(D) IV, I, II, III

Answer: (C)

42. Arrange the following instruments relating to regulation of armed conflicts in order of their adoption :

I. Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict

II. Geneva Protocol on Asphyxiating or Poisonous Gases

III. Convention on Cluster Munitions

IV. Geneva Convention on the Wound, Sick and Shipwrecked of Armed Forces at Sea.

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) IV, III, II, I

(C) III, IV, I, II

(D) II, IV, I, III

Answer: (D)

43. Arrange the following in Indian legislations relating to the rights of disabled people in chronological order :

I. The Persons Disabilities Act

II. The Rehabilitation Council of India Act

III. Mental Health Act

IV. The Juvenile Justice Act

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) IV, III, II, I

(C) III, IV, II, I

(D) III, II, I, IV

Answer: (D)

44. Arrange the following revolutions in sequence of their occurrence :

I. French Revolution

II. Russian Revolution

III. American Revolution

IV. Iranian Revolution

Codes :

(A) III, I, II, IV

(B) IV, III, II, I

(C) II, I, IV, III

(D) I, II, III, IV

Answer: (A)

45. Arrange the following in the chronological order and choose the correct code :

I. The Charter of the United Nations

II. Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples

III. Declaration on the protection of all persons from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

IV. Basic principles for treatment of prisoners

Codes :

(A) II, I, III, IV

(B) I, II, III, IV

(C) I, II, IV, III

(D) I, III, II, IV

Answer: (B)

46. Arrange the following according to the chronology and choose the correct answer :

I. European Social Charter

II. European convention on the legal status of children born out of wedlook

III. European convention on the legal status of migrant workers

IV. European agreement on transfer of responsibility for refugees

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) I, II, IV, III

(C) I, III, II, IV

(D) I, IV, III, II

Answer: (A)

47. Arrange the following in the chronological order and choose the correct answer :

I. International convention on the suppression and punishment of the crime of apartheid.

II. International convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination

III. International convention on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families.

IV. International convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against woman.

Codes :

(A) I, II, III, IV

(B) II, III, I, IV

(C) II, I, IV, III

(D) II, I, III, IV

Answer: (C)

From Question Numbers 48 to 60 match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer with the help of codes given :

Answer: (D)

Answer: (A)

Answer: (C)

Answer: (A)

52.

Answer: (D)

Answer: (A)

Answer: (A)

Answer: (C)

Answer: (A)

Answer: (B)

Answer: (B)

Answer: (B)

Answer: (C)

Question Nos. 61 to 70 contain two statements each. One labelled as Assertion (A) and the other as Reason (R). Examine whether the statements are correct and related to each other with the help of the codes given below :

61. Assertion (A) : Fundamental rights are justiciable but directive principles are not.

Reason (R) : Directive principles impose positive duties on state.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (B)

62. Assertion (A) : Accused persons shall, have in exceptional circumstances, be segregated from convicted persons and shall be subject to separate treatment appropriate to their status as unconvicted persons.

Reason (R) : A person is innocent unless proved guilty.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (A)

63. Assertion (A) : The universal declaration of human rights states a common understanding of the peoples of the world concerning the inalienable and inviolable rights of all members of the human family.

Reason (R) : Peace and Justice are the universal aspiration of mankind.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (B)

64. Assertion (A) : All states shall take effective measures to prevent and eliminate discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief in the recognition, exercise and enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms in all fields of civil, economic, political, social and cultural life.

Reason (R) : One of the basic principles of the UN Charter is that of dignity and equality inherent in all human beings.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (A)

65. Assertion (A) : Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own and to return to his country, everyone has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from prosecution.

Reason (R) : Right to movement is one of the important human rights.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (B)

66. Assertion (A) : Workers and employers, without distinction what so ever, shall have the right to establish and subject only to the rules of the organisation concerned, to join organisations of their own choosing without previous authorisation.

Reason (R) : Workers and employers have common interests.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (C)

67. Assertion (A) : Article 4 of the declaration on the right to development proclaims that states have the duty to take steps individually and collectively, to formulate international development policies with a view to facilitating to the full realization
of the right to development.

Reason (R) : The right to development is an inalienable human right.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(C) (A) is correct and (R) is not correct.

(D) (A) is not correct and (R) is correct.

Answer: (A)

68. Assertion (A) : If death is in a patient’s best interest then death constitutes a moral good.

Reason (R) : Euthanasia, or the right to die with dignity, is a legal right in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

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

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

Answer: (B)

69. Assertion (A) : Although women constitute two-thirds of the refugee population world over, the 1951 refugee convention is gender-blind.

Reason (R) : Women enjoy freedom of movement in all continents of the world.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

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

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

Answer: (B)

70. Assertion (A) : “Human development, if not engendered, is endangered.”

Reason (R) : Participation and empowerment of women in national budget has progressively improved in India.

Codes :

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

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

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

Answer: (A)

Read the passage given below and answer the questions from 71 to 75 that follow, based on your understanding of the passage :

 The complex interface of class, caste and gender is rooted in the way capitalism had grown in India.

 Indian capitalism in the 50 years since Independence grew on the foundations of pockets of Green Revolution and stretches of poverty. This is the foundation for the prevailing structures of deprivation and inequalities. Hence the bulk of the poor are not only landless, poor peasants and unorganized workers, but also are from the scheduled castes, backward classes and scheduled tribes and among the poor households women suffer more and in general women suffer more from poverty. Thus understanding of poverty is incomplete without seeing the interface of caste, class and gender.

 The most significant source of power is no doubt related to class or with the control over means of production such as land and industry. But social history had created patterns of relationship based on certain values and beliefs rooted in social conditions. Caste order and patriarchy embodied values and beliefs operating in the social structure. To treat them purely as ideologies which can be transformed with a change in consciousness is to ignore their social roots. The distinction among castes was also related to division of labour and its justification in ideological and cultural terms. The lower castes (shudras) engaged in manual labour on land and the outcastes (atishudras) performed manual labour which was considered to be of a degrading kind. The upper castes performed activities – intellectual (Brahman), administrative (Kshatriya) and trade related (vaishya) ; all three castes had control over means of production. Thus caste and class were interconnected throughout history. The distinction between them, however, lay in the fact that the ideology of karma provided a justification for the caste order. It was said that those who committed sins in the previous birth were born in the lower castes. On the other hand, mode of production defined a class in terms of its control or lack of control over means of production. The actual social practice related the two.

 Gender too is related to class and caste. Division of labour between men and women evolved in course of history. Alongwith power relations men performed crucial roles in the production system and acquired greater power in the society over centuries of evolution of class and caste society. The status of women as a dependent section on men, they performing mainly household work and producing children and nurturing them was the outcome of a long period of feudal and capitalist social history. Religious and caste ideology reinforced the evolution of this trend. The practice among shudras and the so-called outcastes and tribals already had relatively high degree of equality between men and women. Both participated in productive manual labour
in agriculture and forest economy. Hence the caste order was discriminatory towards women more among the upper and middle castes than among the lower castes. Like racism caste too was a system of social hierarchy and was therefore a target of politics of transformation.

71. The study of interface of class, caste and gender is essential to :

(A) the growth of capitalism in India

(B) the process of policy analysis

(C) the understanding of poverty in India

(D) promote rights based approach and political analysis

Answer: (C)

72. Among the categories of caste, class and gender, which is a significant source of power ?

(A) Caste, because it is based on division of labour and social hierarchy

(B) Class, because of its control over means of production

(C) Gender, because of its control over reproduction

(D) Caste and class, because they combine justification in ideological and cultural terms.

Answer: (B)

73. The prevailing structures of deprivation and inequalities in India are a result of :

(A) inadequate participation of women in agriculture and industry.

(B) intermingling of caste and class

(C) rigid social hierarchy based on division of labour

(D) the lopsided growth of capitalism in India

Answer: (D)

74. Ascendancy of patriarchy in terms of power is because :

(A) women were physically weak.

(B) women were focusing on producing children.

(C) men performed crucial roles in the production system.

(D) men were physically aggressive.

Answer: (C)

75. Discrimination and inequality based on gender is caste specific. It is more evident among :

(A) the rich capitalist classes

(B) the tribal communities

(C) the outcastes and lower castes

(D) the upper and middle castes

Answer: (D)

Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Post Graduate Questions Papers

Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Post Graduate Questions Papers

 

LLMB

LLMB (Previous) Law and Social Transformation in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Law and Social Transformation in India Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Indian Constitutional Law: New Challenges Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

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LLMB (Previous) Legal Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

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LLMB (Previous) Insurance Law Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

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LLMB (Final) Judicial Process Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Law of Industrial and Intellectual Property Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Law relating to International Trade Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics

M.A. Economics (Previous) Economic Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Economic Theory Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Public Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Quantitative Methods Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) International Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Development of Indian Economy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Labour Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Regional Economic Development and Planning Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Education

M.A. Education Philosophical and Sociological bases of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Psychological Bases of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Research methods in Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Educational Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Computer Literacy & Educational Application Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Distance Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Comparitive Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Measurement and Evaluation Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Educational Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Guidance & Counselling Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Curriculum Development Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Women Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Primary Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Secondary Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Teacher Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English

M.A. English (Previous) English Communications and Usage Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Renaissance to Jacobean Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Caroline and Reformation Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Romantic Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Principles of Criticism Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Victorian Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Twentieth Century Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Indian Writings in English & the Translation Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Postcolonial Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) American Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Canadian Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Geography

M.A. Geography (Previous) Evolution of Geographical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Principles of Economic Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Geography of Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Geography of Agriculture Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Political Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Urban Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History

M.A. History World History (Medieval Society and age of revolution) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History World History (1815 – 1917 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History History of Modern World-War and Industrial society  (1919-1945) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Historical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History State and polity in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Trade and Urbanisation in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Bhakti movement and Sufism in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Growth of administrative institutions in medieval India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Peasant  movement in India(1818-1951) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Freedom movement in India(1920-1947) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History State and economy in Modern Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Maths

M.A. Maths (Previous) Advanced Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

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M.A. Maths (Previous) Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Analysis and Advanced Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Viscous Fluid Dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Numerical Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Integral Transforms and Integral Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Police Administration

M.A. Police Administration Policing: Theory and Practice Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Legal Perspective on Police Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Crimonology: The Police Perspective Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Policing in Democracy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Security Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police – Conflict Resolution Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science

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M.A. Political Science (Previous) International Politics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Previous) Indian Politics  Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Advanced Political Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Indian Politics-II Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Comparative Foreign Policy Studies with Special Reference to India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Public Policy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Public Administration

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Principles of Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Comparative Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Indian Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Personnel Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Administrative Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Development Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) State Administration in India in Special Reference of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Public Policy Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Sociology

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Foundations of Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Logic of Sociological Enquiry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Indian Social System Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Rural Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Contemporary Sociological Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Sociological Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Development of Sociology in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Criminology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com

M.Com (Previous) Organization and Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Financial and Corporate Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Financial Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Managerial Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) International Business Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Cost and Management Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Cost and Management Audit Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Ed

M.Ed Philosophical Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Sociological Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Psychological Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Methodology of Educational Research Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.S.W

M.S.W (Previous) Social work: history, philosophy and scope Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work with individual and group Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work: community and social action Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work research and statistics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biology and Diversity of Viruses, Bacteria & Fungi Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biology and Diversity of Algae, Bryophyta and Pteridophyta Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Gymnosperms, Taxonomy & Anatomy of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biochemistry and Plant Physiology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Cell Biology, Genetics, Biostatistics and Ecology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Medicinal Plants and Embryology of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Applied Mycology and Plant Pathology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Inorganic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Organic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Physical Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Spectroscopy, Computers and Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Reaction Mechanisms, Paricyclic Reactions, Organic Photochemistry, Stereochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Natural Products, Heterocycles, Biogenesis and Spectroscopy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Computer Science

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Computer Fundamental and System Software Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Application Software & Web Designing Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) OOPS Programming with C++ and JAVA Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Programming in VB and Dot Net Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Computer Networking and Internet Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Data Structure and Algorithms Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Computer Architecture and Micro Processor Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Software Engineering Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Operating System Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Data Communication and Networks Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Geography

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Evolution of Geographical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Principles of Economic Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Geography of Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Geography of Agriculture Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Political Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Urban Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Maths

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Advanced Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Real Analysis and Topology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations and Special Functions Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Differential Geometry & Tensors Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Analysis and Advanced Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Viscous Fluid Dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Numerical Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Integral Transforms and Integral Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Physics

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Mathematical Physics and Classical Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Solid State Physics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Semiconductor Devices Analog and Digital Electronics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Nuclear Physics and Analytical Techniques Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Electromagnetic theory and Spectroscopy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Memory Devices and Microprocessors Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Microwave Devices and Communication systems Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Zoology

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Animal Diversity and Ecology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Cell & Molecular Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Animal Physiology & Physiological Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Human Cytogenetic and developmental Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Immunology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Animal Biotechnology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Toxicology of Insecticides Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Applied Entomology Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Writing for Mass Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Feature Writing and Magazine Editing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Mass Communication Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Principles of Mass Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) The World Press Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Audio-Visual Communication Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Developmental Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Rural and Environment Journalism Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master of Library & Information Science

Master of Library & Information Science Library, Information & Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Organization of Knowledge and Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information storage and Retrieval Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information Sources, Resources and Systems Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information Products and Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Management of Library and Information Centers Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Application of Information Communication Technology in Libraries Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Preservation and conservation of Library Material Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Academic Library Systems Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA

MBA Management & Organizational Behaviour Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Managerial Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Accounting for Managers Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Fundamentals of Information Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Business Ethics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Marketing Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Financial Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Human Resource Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Operations Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Global Business Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA

MCA Computer Fundamentals and PC Software Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Digital Logic Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Programming using C Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Fundamentals of Networking and Web Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Organization and Architecture Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Data Structure through C Language Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Fundamentals of Database Management System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Object-Oriented Programming through C++ Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Operating System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Design and Analysis of Algorithm Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Advanced Database Management System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Management Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA System Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Programming in Java Sample Paper 1 (English)

Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Under Graduate Questions Papers

Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Under Graduate Questions Papers

 

B.A.

B.A. Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. General English Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Social Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. General Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Elementary Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Computer Science

B.A. Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Computer Science Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. Economics

B.A. Economics Micro Economic Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Issues in Indian Economic Development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Macro Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Economy of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Quantitative Methods Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Money, Banking & Public Finance Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. ED

B.A. ED Understanding Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Understanding Learner Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Education and Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Education and Development Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Indian Experiments in Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Western Educational Thoughts and Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 3 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 3 (English)

B.A. English Compulsory Paper Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Compulsory Paper Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography

B.A. Geography Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Resource Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Human Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of Asia Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History

B.A. History History of India (earlist time to 1200 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of Rajasthan (Earliest times to 1956 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of India (1200 – 1740 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of India (1740 – 1947 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Contemparary India (1947 – 2000 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Modern world (1453 – 1945 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History World History (Medieval Society and age of revolution) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History World History (1815 – 1917 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of Modern World War and Industrial society  (1919 – 1945 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Historical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History State and polity in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Trade and Urbanisation in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Bhakti movement and Sufism in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Growth of administrative institutions in medieval India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Peasant  movement in India(1818 – 1951 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Freedom movement in India(1920 – 1947 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History State and economy in Modern Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Information Technology

B.A. Information Technology Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Information Technology Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mass Communication

B.A. Mass Communication Computer Application and Cyber Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Mass Communication Communication & Development Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Mathematics

B.A. Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Calculus & Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Co-ordinate Geometry & Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Real Analysis & Metric Space Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Numerical Analysis & Vector Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Complex Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Political Science

B.A. Political Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Political Science Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Public Administration

B.A. Public Administration Principles of Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Public Administration in India Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Indian Administrative Institution Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration State Administrative in India Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Comparative Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Local Self Government Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Sanskrit

B.A. Sanskrit नाटक कथा साहित्य छन्द एवं अलंकार Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit भारतीय संस्कृति के तत्त्व, पद्य साहित्य, अनुवाद एवं व्याकरण Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit कथा एवं संस्कृत साहित्य का इतिहास Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit नाटक तथा व्याकरण Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit वेद उपनिषद् तथा भारतीय दर्शन Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Social Work

B.A. Social Work Concept, Meaning & Philosophy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Social Work Historical and professional development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology

B.A. Sociology Introductory Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Society in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social Research Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social problems of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Sociological Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social Anthropology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.C.A

B.C.A Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.C.A Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Basic Electronics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Web Authoring Tools Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Programming in C Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Com

B.Com Financial Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Statistics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Law Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Ed

B.Ed Understanding Learner Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Educational Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Competency Based Teaching Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Curriculum and Evaluation Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed School Systems: Issues and Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Education Context and linkage Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Computer Literacy & Educational Application Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Environmental Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of General Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Social Studies Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of English Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Physics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Geography Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of History Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Civics Teaching Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Home Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Business Organization Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Financial Accountancy Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.S.W

B.S.W Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Social Work: Concept, Meaning & Philosophy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Historical and professional development of Social Work Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Concept meaning and characteristics of Indian society Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Indian Social Structure Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Personality and behaviour dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Human Growth and Development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc

B.Sc. Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Biotechnology

B.Sc. Biotechnology Fundamentals of Physics, Chemistry and Biological Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Biotechnology Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Biochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Biotechnology Developmental Biology and Biostatistics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Botany

B.Sc. Botany Algae, Lichen and Bryophyta Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Paleobotany Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Morphology and Anatomy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Taxonomy and Embryology of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Molecular Biology and Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Ecology and Economic Botany Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Chemistry

B.Sc. Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Chemistry Organic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Chemistry Physical Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Computer Science

B.Sc. Computer Science Computer Applications in Corporate World Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Computer Science Web Authoring Tools Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Geography

B.Sc. Geography Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Resource Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Human Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of Asia Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Culinary Studies Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Food & Beverage Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Front Office Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management House Keeping Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Contemporary Hospitality Industries & Hospitality Law Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Food Science Nutrition & HACCP Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Information Technology

B.Sc. Information Technology Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Information Technology Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics

B.Sc. Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Calculus & Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Co-ordinate Geometry & Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Real Analysis & Metric Space Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Numerical Analysis & Vector Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Complex Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Physics

B.Sc. Physics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Physics Oscillations and Waves Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Physics Electromagnetism Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Preparatory

B.Sc. Preparatory Introduction to General English Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Preparatory Intrduction of Social  Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Preparatory Introduction of General Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Preparatory Elementary Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Zoology

B.Sc. Zoology Animal Diversity and Evolution Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Zoology Cell Biology and Genetics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Zoology Gamete and Developments Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Computer Application and Cyber Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Communication & Development Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication History of Mass Communication Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Media Writing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Public Relation and Advertising Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Editing, Layout and Printing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Management oF Media Institutes and Media Law Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

BBA

BBA Principles of Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Fundamentals of Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Fundamentals of Business Statistics Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Communication Sample Paper 1 (English)

BCP

BCP Introduction of General Hindi Sample Paper 1 (Hindi)

BCP Introduction of General English Sample Paper 1 (English)

BCP Preparatory course in Commerce Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

BCP Book-keeping and Business Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

BCP General Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library and Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Classification and Cataloguing (Theory) Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Classification  Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Information Sources Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Reference and Information Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Computer : Basic and Applications Sample Paper 1 (English)

CPRP

CPRP Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 3 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 4 (English & Hindi)

Sample Papers for Graduate and Under Graduate Courses in India

B.A.

B.A. Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. General English Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Social Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. General Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Elementary Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.A. Computer Science

B.A. Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Computer Science Sample Paper 2 (English)

 

B.A. Economics

B.A. Economics Micro Economic Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Issues in Indian Economic Development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Macro Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Economy of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Quantitative Methods Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Economics Money, Banking & Public Finance Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. ED

B.A. ED Understanding Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Understanding Learner Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Education and Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Education and Development Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Indian Experiments in Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. ED Western Educational Thoughts and Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.A. English

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. English Poetry and Drama Sample Paper 3 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.A. English Prose and Fiction Sample Paper 3 (English)

B.A. English Compulsory Paper Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. English Compulsory Paper Sample Paper 2 (English)

 

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Gandhi and Peace Studies Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. Geography

B.A. Geography Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Resource Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Human Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of Asia Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Geography Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. History

B.A. History History of India (earlist time to 1200 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of Rajasthan (Earliest times to 1956 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of India (1200 – 1740 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of India (1740 – 1947 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Contemparary India (1947 – 2000 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Modern world (1453 – 1945 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History World History (Medieval Society and age of revolution) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History World History (1815 – 1917 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History History of Modern World War and Industrial society  (1919 – 1945 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Historical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History State and polity in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Trade and Urbanisation in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Bhakti movement and Sufism in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Growth of administrative institutions in medieval India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Peasant  movement in India(1818 – 1951 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History Freedom movement in India(1920 – 1947 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. History State and economy in Modern Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. Information Technology

B.A. Information Technology Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Information Technology Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.A. Mass Communication

B.A. Mass Communication Computer Application and Cyber Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Mass Communication Communication & Development Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. Mathematics

B.A. Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Calculus & Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Co-ordinate Geometry & Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Real Analysis & Metric Space Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Numerical Analysis & Vector Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Complex Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Mathematics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.A. Political Science

B.A. Political Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Political Science Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. Public Administration

B.A. Public Administration Principles of Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Public Administration in India Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Indian Administrative Institution Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration State Administrative in India Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Comparative Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.A. Public Administration Local Self Government Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.A. Sanskrit

B.A. Sanskrit नाटक कथा साहित्य छन्द एवं अलंकार Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit भारतीय संस्कृति के तत्त्व, पद्य साहित्य, अनुवाद एवं व्याकरण Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit कथा एवं संस्कृत साहित्य का इतिहास Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit नाटक तथा व्याकरण Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

B.A. Sanskrit वेद उपनिषद् तथा भारतीय दर्शन Sample Paper 1 (Sanskrit)

 

B.A. Social Work

B.A. Social Work Concept, Meaning & Philosophy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Social Work Historical and professional development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.A. Sociology

B.A. Sociology Introductory Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Society in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social Research Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social problems of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Sociological Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.A. Sociology Social Anthropology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.C.A

B.C.A Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Sample Paper 2 (English)

B.C.A Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Basic Electronics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Web Authoring Tools Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.C.A Programming in C Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Com

B.Com Financial Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Statistics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Law Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Com Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Ed

B.Ed Understanding Learner Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Educational Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Competency Based Teaching Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Curriculum and Evaluation Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed School Systems: Issues and Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Education Context and linkage Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Computer Literacy & Educational Application Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Environmental Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of General Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Social Studies Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of English Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Physics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Geography Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of History Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Civics Teaching Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Home Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Business Organization Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Ed Teaching of Financial Accountancy Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.S.W

B.S.W Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Social Work: Concept, Meaning & Philosophy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Historical and professional development of Social Work Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Concept meaning and characteristics of Indian society Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Indian Social Structure Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Personality and behaviour dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.S.W Human Growth and Development Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc

B.Sc. Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Biotechnology

B.Sc. Biotechnology Fundamentals of Physics, Chemistry and Biological Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Biotechnology Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Biochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Biotechnology Developmental Biology and Biostatistics Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Sc. Botany

B.Sc. Botany Algae, Lichen and Bryophyta Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Paleobotany Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Morphology and Anatomy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Taxonomy and Embryology of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Molecular Biology and Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Botany Plant Ecology and Economic Botany Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Chemistry

B.Sc. Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Chemistry Organic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Chemistry Physical Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Computer Science

B.Sc. Computer Science Computer Applications in Corporate World Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Computer Science Web Authoring Tools Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Sc. Geography

B.Sc. Geography Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Resource Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Human Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of Asia Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Geography Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Environmental Studies Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Culinary Studies Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Food & Beverage Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Front Office Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management House Keeping Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Contemporary Hospitality Industries & Hospitality Law Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management Food Science Nutrition & HACCP Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Sc. Information Technology

B.Sc. Information Technology Introduction to Computer Science Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Information Technology Computer Applications for Office Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Sc. Mathematics

B.Sc. Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Calculus & Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Co-ordinate Geometry & Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Real Analysis & Metric Space Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Differential Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Numerical Analysis & Vector Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Complex Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Mathematics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

B.Sc. Physics

B.Sc. Physics Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Physics Oscillations and Waves Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Physics Electromagnetism Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Preparatory

B.Sc. Preparatory Introduction to General English Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Preparatory Intrduction of Social  Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Preparatory Introduction of General Science Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

B.Sc. Preparatory Elementary Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

B.Sc. Zoology

B.Sc. Zoology Animal Diversity and Evolution Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Zoology Cell Biology and Genetics Sample Paper 1 (English)

B.Sc. Zoology Gamete and Developments Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Computer Application and Cyber Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Communication & Development Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication History of Mass Communication Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Media Writing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Public Relation and Advertising Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Editing, Layout and Printing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication Management oF Media Institutes and Media Law Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

BBA

BBA Principles of Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Fundamentals of Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Fundamentals of Business Statistics Sample Paper 1 (English)

BBA Business Communication Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

BCP

BCP Introduction of General Hindi Sample Paper 1 (Hindi)

BCP Introduction of General English Sample Paper 1 (English)

BCP Preparatory course in Commerce Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

BCP Book-keeping and Business Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

BCP General Business Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

Bachelor of Library & Information Science

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library and Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Classification and Cataloguing (Theory) Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Classification  Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Library Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Information Sources Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Reference and Information Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

Bachelor of Library & Information Science Computer : Basic and Applications Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

CPRP

CPRP Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 3 (English & Hindi)

CPRP Sample Paper 4 (English & Hindi)

 

LLMB

LLMB (Previous) Law and Social Transformation in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Law and Social Transformation in India Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Indian Constitutional Law: New Challenges Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Indian Constitutional Law: New Challenges Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Corporate Law and Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Corporate Law and Management Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Legal Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Legal Theory Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Insurance Law Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Insurance Law Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Law Relating to Banking and Negotiable Instruments Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Previous) Law Relating to Banking and Negotiable Instruments Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Judicial Process Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Law of Industrial and Intellectual Property Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

LLMB (Final) Law relating to International Trade Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. Economics

M.A. Economics (Previous) Economic Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Economic Theory Sample Paper 2 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Public Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Previous) Quantitative Methods Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) International Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Development of Indian Economy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Labour Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Economics (Final) Regional Economic Development and Planning Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. Education

M.A. Education Philosophical and Sociological bases of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Psychological Bases of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Research methods in Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Educational Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Computer Literacy & Educational Application Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Distance Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Comparitive Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Measurement and Evaluation Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Educational Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Guidance & Counselling Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Curriculum Development Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Women Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Primary Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Secondary Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Education Teacher Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.A. English

M.A. English (Previous) English Communications and Usage Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Renaissance to Jacobean Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Caroline and Reformation Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Previous) Romantic Age Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Principles of Criticism Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Victorian Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Twentieth Century Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Indian Writings in English & the Translation Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Postcolonial Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) American Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. English (Final) Canadian Literature Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.A. Geography

M.A. Geography (Previous) Evolution of Geographical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Principles of Economic Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Previous) Geography of Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Geography of Agriculture Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Political Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Geography (Final) Urban Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. History

M.A. History World History (Medieval Society and age of revolution) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History World History (1815 – 1917 A.D.) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History History of Modern World-War and Industrial society  (1919-1945) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Historical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History State and polity in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Trade and Urbanisation in Ancient India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Bhakti movement and Sufism in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Growth of administrative institutions in medieval India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Peasant  movement in India(1818-1951) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History Freedom movement in India(1920-1947) Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. History State and economy in Modern Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. Maths

M.A. Maths (Previous) Advanced Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Previous) Real Analysis and Topology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Previous) Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations and Special Functions Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Previous) Differential Geometry & Tensors Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Previous) Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Analysis and Advanced Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Viscous Fluid Dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Numerical Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Integral Transforms and Integral Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Maths (Final) Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.A. Police Administration

M.A. Police Administration Policing: Theory and Practice Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Legal Perspective on Police Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Crimonology: The Police Perspective Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Policing in Democracy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Security Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police and Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Police Administration Police – Conflict Resolution Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. Political Science

M.A. Political Science (Previous) Political Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Previous) Comparative Politics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Previous) International Politics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Previous) Indian Politics  Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Advanced Political Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Indian Politics-II Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Comparative Foreign Policy Studies with Special Reference to India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Political Science (Final) Public Policy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.A. Public Administration

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Principles of Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Comparative Public Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Indian Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Previous) Personnel Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Administrative Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Development Administration Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) State Administration in India in Special Reference of Rajasthan Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.A. Public Administration (Final) Public Policy Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.A. Sociology

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Foundations of Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Logic of Sociological Enquiry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Indian Social System Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Previous) Rural Sociology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Contemporary Sociological Theory Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Sociological Thinkers Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Development of Sociology in India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.A. Sociology (Final) Criminology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Com

M.Com (Previous) Organization and Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Business Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Financial and Corporate Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Previous) Financial Management Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Managerial Economics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) International Business Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Cost and Management Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Com (Final) Cost and Management Audit Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Ed

M.Ed Philosophical Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Sociological Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Psychological Foundations of Education Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Ed Methodology of Educational Research Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.S.W

M.S.W (Previous) Social work: history, philosophy and scope Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work with individual and group Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work: community and social action Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.S.W (Previous) Social work research and statistics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Sc. Botany

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biology and Diversity of Viruses, Bacteria & Fungi Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biology and Diversity of Algae, Bryophyta and Pteridophyta Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Gymnosperms, Taxonomy & Anatomy of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Previous) Biochemistry and Plant Physiology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Cell Biology, Genetics, Biostatistics and Ecology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Medicinal Plants and Embryology of Angiosperms Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Applied Mycology and Plant Pathology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Botany (Final) Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Sc. Chemistry

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Inorganic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Organic Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Physical Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Previous) Spectroscopy, Computers and Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Reaction Mechanisms, Paricyclic Reactions, Organic Photochemistry, Stereochemistry Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Natural Products, Heterocycles, Biogenesis and Spectroscopy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Chemistry (Final) Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Sc. Computer Science

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Computer Fundamental and System Software Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Application Software & Web Designing Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) OOPS Programming with C++ and JAVA Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Programming in VB and Dot Net Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Previous) Computer Networking and Internet Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Data Structure and Algorithms Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Computer Architecture and Micro Processor Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Software Engineering Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Operating System Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Computer Science (Final) Data Communication and Networks Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.Sc. Geography

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Evolution of Geographical Thought Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Physical Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Principles of Economic Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Previous) Geography of Environment Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Geography of India Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Geography of Agriculture Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Political Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Geography (Final) Urban Geography Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Sc. Maths

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Advanced Algebra Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Real Analysis and Topology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations and Special Functions Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Differential Geometry & Tensors Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Previous) Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Analysis and Advanced Calculus Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Viscous Fluid Dynamics Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Numerical Analysis Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Integral Transforms and Integral Equations Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Maths (Final) Mathematical Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

M.Sc. Physics

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Mathematical Physics and Classical Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Solid State Physics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Previous) Semiconductor Devices Analog and Digital Electronics Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Nuclear Physics and Analytical Techniques Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Electromagnetic theory and Spectroscopy Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Memory Devices and Microprocessors Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

M.Sc. Physics (Final) Microwave Devices and Communication systems Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

M.Sc. Zoology

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Animal Diversity and Ecology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Cell & Molecular Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Animal Physiology & Physiological Chemistry Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Previous) Human Cytogenetic and developmental Biology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Immunology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Animal Biotechnology Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Toxicology of Insecticides Sample Paper 1 (English)

M.Sc. Zoology (Final) Applied Entomology Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Writing for Mass Media Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Feature Writing and Magazine Editing Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Mass Communication Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Previous) Principles of Mass Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) The World Press Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Audio-Visual Communication Technology Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Developmental Communication Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (Final) Rural and Environment Journalism Sample Paper 1 (English & Hindi)

 

Master of Library & Information Science

Master of Library & Information Science Library, Information & Society Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Organization of Knowledge and Research Methodology Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information storage and Retrieval Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information Sources, Resources and Systems Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Information Products and Services Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Management of Library and Information Centers Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Application of Information Communication Technology in Libraries Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Preservation and conservation of Library Material Sample Paper 1 (English)

Master of Library & Information Science Academic Library Systems Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

MBA

MBA Management & Organizational Behaviour Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Managerial Economics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Accounting for Managers Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Fundamentals of Information Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Business Ethics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Marketing Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Financial Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Human Resource Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Operations Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

MBA Global Business Management Sample Paper 1 (English)

 

MCA

MCA Computer Fundamentals and PC Software Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Digital Logic Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Programming using C Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Fundamentals of Networking and Web Technology Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Organization and Architecture Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Data Structure through C Language Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Fundamentals of Database Management System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Discrete Mathematics Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Object-Oriented Programming through C++ Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Operating System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Design and Analysis of Algorithm Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Computer Advanced Database Management System Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA Management Accounting Sample Paper 1 (English)

MCA System Programming Sample Paper 1 (English)

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