A population is divided into groups on the basis of socio-economic status which is related to the dependent variable. Which of the following is the most appropriate method of sampling?
A professional manager who mobilizes resources and allocates them to make a commercial gain from an opportunity is an example of _____.
1.Inadequate childhood training
2.incongruence between the organism (the total person) and the self
Assertion ?A?: If a person feels that his Fundamental Rights have been infringed, he can approach a law Court for his right. Reason ?R?: Fundamental Rights are justifiable.
1.Both A and R true and R explains A
2.Both A and R true but R does not explain A
3. A is true but R is false
4.A is false but R is true
Economic Justice as one of the objectives of the Indian Constitution has been provided in the
1.Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
2.Preamble and Directive Principles
3.Preamble and Fundamental Rights
4.Preamble and Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
From the Constitution of which country was the concept of Fundamental Rights and Judicial Review taken?
2.Union of Soviet Socialist Republic
3. United States of America
How many voluntary organization assisted all over the country in the field of welfare of children, women and the handicapped?
If the population on which a study is based is such that all its units can be reached, it is termed as.
In India, a special Ministry for Women and Social Welfare was formed at the Centre in the year:
1.Article - 16
2.Article - 14
3.Article - 18
4.Article - 15
In which of the following books C.H. Cooley introduced the concept of primary group characterized by intimate face to face association?
3.The Nature of Human Group
Jeremy believes that the major purpose of a personality theory is to explain the consistency of human behaviour. Your best guess as to which type of personality theory describes his views is(
3.Social cognitive theory
Much of the behaviour that we call personality results from reinforcement and observational learning according to
Random Sampling doesn?t:
1.Make the sample representative of the population
2.Ensure generalization of results.
3.Reduce error and increase precision of the experiment
4.Maximizes experimental variance
1.Article 14 (2)
3.Both (A) and (B)
1. Existential psychology
2. Psychoanalytic psychology
Society emerges out of
1.Agrarian and industrial
2.Military and industrial
3.Pastoral and industrial
4. Tribal and industrial
Stratification refers to
1.Increasing proportion of aged persons (65+) in the population
2.Imbalance between the life expectancy of men and women
3.The decreasing infant mortality rate
4.The fastest growing working population vis-a-vis dependent population
3. Redefinitions of municipal limits
The scientific study of human populations, primarily with respect to their size, their structure and their development is
The social learning theorists portray
1.learner as passive recipient of environmental influences
2.No individual differences with explaining behaviour
3.Learner as having internal cognitive processes to explain imitation, etc
4.Both (A) and (C)
The term ....... has a general meaning when it is used to refer to the well being of the member of the community, state or nation.
3. Economic Welfare
4. Scientific Programme
The term personality refers to
1.The modes of behaviour
2.The various personality traits
3.The physical and intellectual abilities
4.The whole individual
What does society exclude?
4.Adherence to time
1.To create dynamic managerial structure to cope up with targets envisaged
2.Contribute towards development of new value through redesigned curricula and text book
3.Promote women?s studies as part of various courses
4.Play a positive interventionist role in the empowerment of women.
1.Abolition of untouchability
2.Protect SC and ST from being exploited by the public
3.Abolition of titles except military and academic
4.Equality before law
1. IPR 1964
1. Indira Gandhi National Open University
2. National Board of Adult Education
3.Indian Institute of Management
4. National Council for Rural higher Education
Which of the following is not an important aspect of the generalized model of motivation process ?
Which one of the following factors is least relevant as an explanation for the declining sex ratio in India?
1. Migration of males to urban area
3.Lower nutritional status of girl children
4.High maternal mortality
Which one of the following Fundamental Rights has been the subject of maximum litigation and controversy?
1.Right to Property
2.Right to Equality
3.Right to Freedom of Religion
4.Right to Freedom of Speech
Which one of the following States in India has the maximum percentage of Scheduled Castes population?
1.National Council for Rural high Education
2.Gandhigram Rural institute
3.Central Braille Press
4.Indian Institute of Management
1. The Central Health Education Bureau
2.National Nutrition Monitoring Bureau
3.Primary health Centers
4. Indian Council of Medical Research
Which service provide health education, feeding, nutrition, referral services, non-formal education
Which university set up initially on 28th December 1953 became a statutory organization by an Act of Parliament in 1956.
2.The University Grant Commission
_________ can be termed as a relatively permanent change that occurs in a person?s beliefs and attitudes with time and experience.