Saturday, May 21, 2016

ST7204 Earthquake Analysis & Design of Structures Nov Dec 2015 Question Paper

You are here to download Anna university Earthquake Analysis and Design of Structures previous question papers PDF / Scanned Images for R2013. Anna University M.E Structural Engineering Earthquake Analysis and Design of Structures questions free download here.

University: Anna University Chennai
Course: M.E Structural Engineering
Subject Code: ST7204
Subject Name: Earthquake Analysis & Design of Structures
Year: First Year
Semester: 2nd / II / Second
Regulation: 2013
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Nalanda Open University PGDJMC Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University PGDJMC Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication 2015 Question Paper
Nalanda Open University QP
Annual Exam-2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
Paper-I (Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication)
Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80
Answer any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Description of Question Paper: PG Diploma Annual Exam-2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC) Paper-I (Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication) Nalanda Open University 2015 Question paper

Also Check: Mass Media and Society NOU PGDJMC 2015 Question Paper

1. What are the functions of communication? Which one is the most important according to you and why?

2. What do you understand by Multi Step Flow Theory? Cite examples of its applicability?

3. Define Mass Media. Write its impact on society.

4. Discuss the future of print media in context of expanding web media.

5. Why is the audience important? Discuss the audience feedback systems in detail.

6. Describe the nature and characteristics of effective message.

7. Write the origin and growth of press in India.

8. Describe the role of Educational TV in India with suitable examples.

9. Throw light on the utility of traditional Folk Media.

10. Throw light on the changing nature of newspaper ownership and management in present times. What impact does it have on newspaper business?

Mass Media and Society NOU PGDJMC 2015 Question Paper

Mass Media and Society NOU PGDJMC 2015 Question Paper
Nalanda Open University
Annual Exam-2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
Paper-II (Mass Media and Society)
Time: 3.00 Hrs. 
Full Marks: 80
Answer any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Question Paper Description: Post Graduate Diploma Journalism and Mass Communication Nalanda Open University Annual Exam-2015 (PGDJMC) Paper-II (Mass Media and Society) Question Paper


1. Discuss the salient features of Indian society in context of history of communication.

2. Discuss the concept of 'Sadharanikaran' as the basis of Indian communication theory.

3. How can greater media access being about social change? Cite relevant examples and discuss?

4. Describe the role of media in women empowerment in Indian context.

5. Define Development. Describe the important approaches to Development Communication with suitable examples.

6. Write the role of communication in Agriculture and Rural Development.

7. How can communication help in environment conservation?

8. What do you understand by consumerism? Discuss the role of media in spread of consumerism.

9. Discuss the effect of globalization on media in India.

10. What constitutes an offence of defamation? Discuss the defences available for journalists in this context.

Nalanda Open University PGDJMC Reporting, Writing and Editing 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University PGDJMC Reporting, Writing and Editing 2015 Question Paper
Nalanda Open University
Annual Exam-2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
Paper-III (Reporting, Writing and Editing)
Exam Year of Question: 2015
Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80
Answer any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Question Paper Description: Annual Exam 2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC) Paper-III (Reporting, Writing and Editing) Nalanda Open University Question Paper


1. What do you understand by 'news value'? Discuss the concept of objectivity in news.

2. Define interpretative and investigative reporting and state the differences between them.

3. What do you understand by "nose for news"? Explain in detail the responsibilities of a reporter.

4. Describe the difference between general reporting and science reporting and state the sources of Science News.

5. Discuss the implications in covering the proceedings in a legislature.

6. Explain the main components of a feature. 

7. Discuss the meaning, characteristics and types of editorials.

8. What are the essential ingredients of quality media scripts? Enumerate. 

9. 'A picture speaks louder that words'. In the light of this statement, discuss the various applications of photo editing and how it can add value to news/ feature.

10. Define news editing and describe the principles of news editing. 

ANU B.A Public Administration, Politics, Sociology May 2015 Question Paper

University / Board: Acharya Nagarjuna University ANU
Course of Question Paper: BA
Name of the course: B.A. (Public Administration, Politics, Sociology) - III YEAR (Distance Education)
Subjects: Public Administration, Politics, Sociology
University: Acharya Nagarjuna University
Year of question Paper: May 2015

Section – A (2×13 = 26) Answer any two of the following in sixty lines

1) What is satellite? Write about types and uses of satellites.

2) Write an account on Antibiotics and development of drugs

3) Solar energy is an upgrowing source of energy-Discuss.

4) What is the growth of new civilization in ancient ages and Modern ages?

5) Write short notes on components of computers.

6) Describe about electron discovery and give properties and application of X-Rays.

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IT6502 Digital Signal Processing May June 2016 Important Questions

IT6502 Digital Signal Processing May June 2016 Important Questions
Are you looking for IT6502 Digital Signal Processing May June 2016 Important Questions? You can download here all important questions in PDF format.

Anna University Chennai
Sixth Semester
Department of Computer Science Engineering
IT6502 Digital Signal Processing
May June 2016 Important Questions
(Regulation 2013)

Attachment: IT6502 Digital Signal Processing May June 2016 Important Questions

Guru Nanak Dev University BASIC PUNJABI 2016 Question Paper

University / Board: Guru Nanak Dev University GNDU
Course: B.Com
Semester: IV
Subject: Basic Punjabi
Year of Question Paper: 2016
Question Paper Description: Guru Nanak Dev University Commerce GNDU UNIVERSITY B.COM 4th semester (BASIC PUNJABI) 2016 Question Paper

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IGNOU MESE058 Educational and Vocational Guidance and Counseling 2015 Question Paper

IGNOU MESE058 Educational and Vocational Guidance and Counseling 2015 Question Paper
University Name: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
Course of Question Paper: Master of Arts
Specialization: Education
Subject Code and Title: MESE-058: Educational and Vocational Guidance and Counseling
Exam Type: Term End Examination (TEE)
Exam Year: June 2015
Time: 3 hours
Maximum Weightage: 70%
Question Paper Description: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) General M.A Education MESE-058: Educational and Vocational Guidance and Counseling 2015 Question Paper

1. Answer the following question in about 600 words :
Discuss the characteristics and responsibilities of an effective counsellor.
OR
How guidance is a team approach ? Discuss the role of counsellor, principal and teachers in
developing and improving guidance services in the school.

2. Answer the following question in about 600 words :
Discuss nature and role of guidance at various levels of schooling.
OR
Analyse counselling needs at different stages of development.

3. Answer any four of the following in about 150 words each :
(a) Teacher as a guidance functionary
(b) Adolescence is a stage of emotional "turmoil" - Elaborate.
(c) What is Norm ? Describe Age, Grade, and Criterion Referenced Norms.
(d) How sociometric results can be tabulated ? State one example and discuss.
(e) Explain stress reducing techniques for counselling.
(f) Various uses of assessment data for counsellors.

4. Answer the following question in about 600 words :
Justify the need of research and evaluation on guidance and counselling. Explore the areas of
guidance and counselling in which research work should be undertaken to deal the adolescents.


Nalanda Open University PGDFM International Financial Management 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University PGDFM International Financial Management 2015 Question Paper
Nalanda Open University
Annual Exam-2015
Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM)
Paper-V (International Financial Management)
Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80
Answer any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Question Paper Description: General PG Diploma Annual Exam 2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (FGDFM) Faper-V (International Financial Management) Nalanda Open University Question Paper

1. Define international financial management. What are the key challenges faced by an international finance manager?

2. Examine the role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in maintaining international liquidity.

3. Critically examine the comparative cost theory of international trade.

4. Describe the instruments through which fund can be raised from international market.

5. Throw light on the trends in India's balance of payments in recent years.

6. What is fixed parity system of exchange rate? What are the causes of its collapse? Explain.

7. Describe various aspects of external commercial borrowing. Is it more advantageous than external investment as a source of fund for development?

8. Discuss the impact of foreign exchange reserve and balance of payments on exchange-rate.

9. Discuss the sources of institutional finance for growth of international trade.

10. What is meant by multinational-corporation? Discuss its merits and demerits for a country like India. 

How to apply for distributor for Patanjali Ayurved in Maharashtra

How to apply for distributor for Patanjali Ayurved in Maharashtra
Are you looking for Patanjali Ayurved distributor at district or Tehsil level? You can now submit submit an application to become a distributor of Patanjali products in Maharashtra and other states. Get all details below. You can check out the information at patanjliayurved.org/distributer.html also.

Also check out How to apply for distributorship to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd .  You can check out more details about Pantajali Products, Company information from this link.

Eligibility and how to apply for distributor for Patanjali Ayurved in Maharashtra

There are two types of distributor level. One is District level and other one Tehsil Level. Read requirements of each of them below.

Eligibility- Distributorship at District level:
If you want to set up a distributorship at the District level, you have then to meet the following criteria:
You should have a minimum of Rs.50 lakh capital
You should have a godown of 5,000s q. ft to 10,000 sq.ft.
You should have at least two to three sales persons.
You should have at least two to three vehicles for the purpose of transportation.

Eligibility- Distributorship at Tehsil level
If you want to set up a distributorship at the Tehsil level, you have then to meet the following criteria:
You must have a minimum of Rs.25 lakh to Rs.50 lakh capital. At the small tehsil level you should have an arrangement of the initial capital of Rs.20 lakh and adequate resources in terms of godown, sales personnel & transport as stated above.

How to apply: You have to fill online application form for distributorship at: http://www.patanjaliayurved.org/distributor.html

You must further attach your last year's Income Tax Return (ITR) and balance sheets with your application form and send it to this email ID, [email protected]

Last date for the receipt of applications 31st May 2016

For further more information, you may contact the officails at the following address:
Patanjali Ayurved Limited
Unit-III,
Patanjali Food & Herbal park
Vill – Padartha, Laksar Road
Haridwar - 249404,
Uttrakhand
Ph: 18001804108
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.patanjaliayurved.org/

Reference: Hindustan Times Newspaper Dated 16th May 2016, Mumbai edition

Nalanda Open University PGSJMC Public Relation 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University PGSJMC Public Relation 2015 Question Paper
Looking for NOU old question papers? You can find / collect here PGSJMC Public Relation 2015 question paper.

Nalanda Open University
Annual Exam-2015
Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
Paper-IV (Public Relation)
Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80
Answer any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.

1. What do you mean by 'Public' in public relations? Analyse the nature of public and identify the public of various organizations.

2. What is the importance of ethics in Public Relations (PR)? In this context, discuss the social responsibility of public relations.

3. Write as essay on "Careers in Public Relation"

4. Define the key concept of "Public attitude" and explain the importance of judging and analyzing Public attitudes.

5. Describe the process of gathering information and monitoring in Public Relations.

6. What do you mean by Public Relation campaigns? Discuss the selection of appropriate media for Public Relation campaigns.

7. Discuss the functions of a Government Public Relations Departments in Context with redresses the public grievance. Explain with examples.

8. Discuss the contemporary public relations practices in India. How has it changed in last decade or so?

9. Describe the structure and functions of Ministry of Information & Broadcasting of the Government of India.

10. Describe various tools and methods of Public Relations.

Friday, May 13, 2016

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 10 Social Science 2016

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 10 Social Science 2016
Are you looking for CBSE Sample Papers for Class 10 Social Science 2016? You can collect model question paper here. Check out the contents provided below.

CBSE Sample Papers for Class 10 Social Science 2016
1.By which Act was the United Kingdom formed?
Or
What is referred to as the Ho Chi Minh Trail?
2.Which state in India has the lowest road density?
3.Who led the protest against water privatisation in Bolivia?
4.Define coalition government
5.State any two social outcomes of democracy.
6.What is the main source of credit for the rural households in India?
7.Which type of countries have benefited most from globalisation?
8.Name any two products that require mandatory ISI standard certification.
9.Explain any three reasons for the conflict in the Balkans.
Or
What factors led to the outbreak of bubonic plague in the modern part of Hanoi in 1903?
10.How did Dr. B R Ambedkar try to improve the condition of the depressed class? Mention any three points.
11.State any three factors responsible for the growth of nationalism in India.
12.Why is coal the most important energy source in India even today? Give three reasons.
13.Give any three reasons for the shifting of sugar industries from north India to the western and southern Indian states.
14.You have recently travelled by train and are not satisfied with the facilities available.
(a)As a responsible citizen, have you brought the problems to the notice of the railway authorities?
(b)What action will you take when you find some passengers travelling without tickets?
(c)What values will you learn from the above situation?
15.Distinguish between the Pressure group and a Political party.
16.Discuss the different forms of the party system?
17.How is poverty a challenge to Democracy in India?
18.Discuss the loan activities of a bank.
19.How do producers and consumers benefit from foreign trade?
20.What are the advantages of consumer’s Right to be Informed?
21.Who was Garibaldi? Examine his contributions in the unification of Italy.
Or
Explain the features of the ‘Go East Movement’ in Vietnam.
22.How did the First World War help in the growth of National Movement in India?
23.Which is the most abundantly available fossil fuel in India? What are its three major forms? Write the main features of each form.
24.Tourism in India has grown substantially over the last three decades. Explain the statement by giving five reasons.
25.How do the pressure groups and movements exert influence on the politics of a country?
26.How does democracy lead to a peaceful and a harmonious life among the citizens? Explain.
27.In India about 80% of the farmers are small farmers, who need credit for cultivation.
(a)Why are banks unwilling to lend to small farmers?
(b)What are the other sources from which the small farmers borrow?
(c)Explain how the terms of credit can be unfavourable for the small farmers
(d)Suggest some ways by which small farmers can get cheap credit.
(e)What can be done to increase formal credit facilities to the people in the rural areas?
28.What were the main features of the Economic Reforms introduced in 1991 in India?
29.On the outline political map of India locate and label the following:
(i)Place associated with the Jallianwalla Bagh Tragedy.
(ii)Place associated with indigo planters movement.
(iii)Place associated with cotton mill workers protest.
30.Three features A, B and C are marked on the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
A. Centre for Woollen Textile B. Major oil field C. Iron and Steel Plant

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Bangalore University BBM Strategic Management 2015 Question Paper

Bangalore University BBM Strategic Management 2015 Question Paper
Bangalore University

VI Semester B.B.M Examination, April/May 2015

Question Paper Title: Strategic Management

Time: 3 Hours Max Marks: 100

Instruction: Answers should be written completely in English

SECTION- A

Answer any eight sub questions. Each question carries 2 marks ( 8x2-16)

a. What is mission statement?

b. Give the meaning of business ethics.

c. What is environment scanning?

d. Give the meaning of expansion strategy.

e. What is external environment. .

f. Expand PERT.

g. What do you mean by merger strategy?

h. Mention any 2 aspects of implementation of strategy.

i. What do you mean by corporate culture.

j. Expand BPM

SECTION-B

.Answer any 3 questions. Each question carries 8 marks. (3x8=24)

2. Explain the impact of socio-cultural environment in business.

3. Write a short note on management control.

4. Mention the steps involved in strategy implementation.

5. Explain the different phases pertaining to project implementation.

SECTION-C

6. Explain value chain analysis

7. What are the steps involved in strategic planning process.

8. Write a note on:

a. restructures strategies.

b. stability strategies

9. Discuss the role of effective leadership in strategy implementation

10. Explain the role of various strategic decision makers. 

Bangalore University BBM E-Business April May 2015 Question Paper

Bangalore University BBM E-Business April May 2015 Question Paper
University: Bangalore University
Semester: VI Semester
Course: B.B.M Examination
QP Year: April / May 2015
Subject of Question Paper: E-Business
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

Instruction: Answers should be written completely in English.

SECTION - A

a. Name any four examples of B2B.

b. Write the meaning of web auction.

c. Give any two popular web browser.

d. What is web hosting?

e. Expand UDP,XML.

f. Differentiate private network for public network.

g. What is e-cash?

h. What is EDI?

i. Define Data ware housing.

j. What is SQL?

SECTION-B

Answer any three questions. Each question carries 8 marks. (3x8=24)

2. Briefly explain the difference between e-commerce and e-business.

3. Explain briefly the basic components of e-commerce.

4. What are the different types of e-commerce channels.

5. Briefly explain the importance of CRM.

SECTION -C

Answer any 4 questions, each question carries 15 marks. (4x15=60)

6. Explain the benefits and limitations of e-commerce to the business.

7. Discuss the hardware and soft ware requirements of E- commerce infrastructure.

8. Explain different security measures to e-commerce.

9. Explain payments in e-commerce.

10. Discuss the various types of cyber crimes. 

Bangalore University BBM International Business April May 2015 Question Paper

Bangalore University BBM International Business April May 2015 Question Paper
Bangalore University Old Question Paper Collection
VI Semester B.B.M Examination, April / May 2015
Paper: International Business
Time duration: 3 hours
Max marks: 100
Instruction: Answers should be written completely in English

Section- A
I Answer any 8 sub-questions. Each question carries 2 marks ( 8x2=16)

a. What do you mean by opportunity cost theory?

b. What is globalisation?

c. What do you mean by political environment of business?

d. What is marketing information system?

e. Define international business.

f. Give the definition of marketing research.

g. What is franchising?

h. What do you mean by balance of trade?

i. What are BPO's?

j. What is direct exporting?

SECTION-B

2. What are the four approaches to international business?

3. Mention the advantages and disadvantages of FDI

4. Explain the methods of payment.

5. What are the features of international business?

SECTION-C

Answer question no. 10 which is compulsory and any 3 of the remaining. Each question carries 15 marks.

6. List out the export promotion institutes.

7. Explain the scope of international marketing.

8. Briefly explain various modes of entering into international business.

9. Differentiate between domestic business operations and international business operations.

10. What are the advantages and disadvantages of globalisation?

Saturday, May 7, 2016

HPPSC NT (Preliminary) GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (ENGLISH) 2013 Question Paper

NT (Preliminary) 2013 GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (ENGLISH)
Exam Board: HPPSC
Booklet Serial No.: 5497
Test Booklet Series: A
Subject: General Knowledge:
Exam Year: 2012
Total Number of Pages: 32



How to apply for distributorship to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd

How to apply for distributorship to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd
Are you wanting to take distributorship of Patanjali products? Want to know what procedure you should follow? Then this article will help apply for dealership in Patanjali Ayurved Ltd. Also you will learn the wide range of products available from Patanjali Ayurved Ltd. Take a look at the below contents.

About Patanjali Ayurved Ltd

Before moving to the how to apply process, you should know what is Patanjali Ayurved Ltd? Why Patanjali Ayurved Ltd products is so popular. It is an Indian FMCG (Fast-Moving Consumer Goods) and healthcare company established in the year 1997. It was originally started as a small pharmacy and later the business has grown and made so popular now in the industries of FMCG and healthcare. Yog guru Baba Ramdev is the founder of this Ayurvedi compnay and his companion Acharya Balkrishna, the practitioner of Ayurveda is the managing director (MD) now.

Location of Patanjali Ayurved Ltd

This company is situated in the industrial area of Haridwar in Uttarakhand. The address of the company is provided below:
Patanjali Ayurved Limited,
Department ecommerce,
D-28 Industrial area,
Near Income Tax office,
Haridwar, Uttarakhand - 249401,
India.

Products of Patanjali Ayurved Ltd

The company focus on manufacturing mineral and herbal products. It offers wide range of products at affordable prices to its consumers. It has the following categories.

Nutrition and Supplements: It consists of Basmati Rice Silver, Basmati Rice Gold, Basmati Rice Diamond, chyawanprash, badam pak, ghee, honey, fruit juices, health drinks such as aloe vera juice, amla juice etc.

Grocery: It consists of biscuits, jam, candy, soan papdi, ookies, spices, herbal tea, murabba noodles, flakes, all ration items such as rice, lentils, gram flour, oil, etc.

Home care: It includes incense sticks, dish wash bar and herbal gulal.

Personal care: It carries Patanjali products meant for skin, eye, hair, body, dental care and toiletries.

Ayurvedic medicines: This category has a large number of ayurvedic medicines to suffice various health issues.

Books and media: Patanjali also offers several books, CDs and DVDs to spread awareness of yoga, pranayam and Ayurveda.

Visit their official website www.patanjaliayurved.net for more details.

Patanjali Ayurved produces products in the categories of personal care and food. The company manufactures 444 products including 45 types of cosmetic products and 30 types of food products. According to Patanjali, all the products manufactured by Patanjali are made from Ayurveda and natural components. Patanjali products are cheaper than alternatives in the market due to lesser production and marketing costs. You can see latest products, featured products and special products in their official website.

How to apply for Distributorship to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd

Like every business firm, Patanjali Ayurved Ltd has also aiming at delivering wide range of products to the Indian markets and hence they need dealers or distributors everywhere in India. If you would like to join in the list of distributor and make some good income from it, you should apply to the company with required details. Follow the instructions provided beloow to apply for distributorship of Patanjali Ayurved Limited.

  1. Go to the website of Patanjali Ayurved Ltd - www.patanjaliayurved.org
  2. Check out the link "Application Form for Distributorship" below Menu at the right side of the page.
  3. Now Click on 'English Form Download'. A PDF file of Distributor Application Form in English language will be opened. This form is also available in regional Hindi language. This is a single page form. 
  4. You have to fill it up with all required details and send it to [email protected] with other documents asked in the form such as last year ITR and balance sheet.
Patanjali will look into the applications and analyse various factors based on their policies and then decide whether to award you distributorship of their products. You will receive confirmation over phone or email and then further discussion will be carried out with the Pantanjali marketing representatives.

If you have any queries, you can approach then using the contact address provided above or via email or via contact number 01334-240008

Lucknow University Old Question Papers

Lucknow University Old Question Papers
Are you studying under colleges affiliated to Lucknow University? Want to refer some old question papers that are asked in the past years by Lucknow University? Here are the exact help for you. You will here find list of useful previous years question papers of various subjects of different courses taught in colleges of Lucknow University. If you practice them carefully, you will definitely score good marks in your university exams. Find your exam paper link below and download from there your question paper. If your search is not available here, then make a comment below to inform us. We will put effort to collect those question papers and upload here for your benefit. Thanks for coming up to collect old question papers from our website.


  1. Lucknow University B.A Part III History of English Literature Paper I 2007 Question Paper
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  15. Statistics and Psychophysics BA Lucknow University 2008 Question Paper
  16. Statistics and Psychophysics BA Lucknow University 2007 Question Paper
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  18. Lucknow University BA Psychology 2007 Question Paper
  19. Studies Essentials of Management B.Com LU 2010 Question Paper
  20. History of Modern India B.A Lucknow University 2006 Question Paper
  21. Business Administration (Office Management) LU 2010 Question Paper
  22. B.Com Currency Banking and Exchange LU 2010 Question Paper
  23. Lucknow University B.Com Applied Economics 2011 Question Paper
  24. Lucknow University MC-403 Management of Small Business 2010 Question Paper
  25. Lucknow University B.A Economics Paper I Part III 2013 Question Paper
  26. Business Organisation Lucknow University B.A Part I 2014 Question Paper
  27. History of Economic Thought BA Lucknow University 2013 Question Paper
  28. Psychology B.A LLB Lucknow University 2014 Question Paper
  29. Lucknow University B.Com exam 2009 Question Paper for Business Organisation
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MSBTE Mumbai DME Basic Electronics and Mechatronics 2013 Question Paper

Name of the board: Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education, Mumbai.
Examination Year: Winter 2013
Scheme: 'G'
Course: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Medium: English
Time: 3 Hours
Marks: 100
Subject: Basic Electronics & Mechatronics
Subject code: 17302

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Kerala University B.Com TAXATION LAW AND ACCOUNTS 2009 Question Paper

Kerala University B.Com TAXATION LAW AND ACCOUNTS 2009 Question Paper
University/board: Kerala University
Course: B.Com  
Reg. No. : ....................................
Name : .........................................
2009 Year Question Paper
Final Year B.Com. Degree Examination, March
(New Scheme)
Part III – Paper XV – Optional Subject A TAXATION LAW AND ACCOUNTS – II
Question Paper Description: 2009 Kerala University Commerce, Final Year B.Com. Degree Examination, March, New Scheme.Part III – Paper XV – Optional Subject A TAXATION LAW AND ACCOUNTS – II Question Paper

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Instruction : Answer may be written either in English or in Malayalam.

SECTION – A

Answer any ten questions. Each question carries 2 marks.

1. What is meant by closely held company ?

2. State any two authorities to whom appeal can be filed under Income Tax Act.

3. What is an Association of Person ?

4. What is the rate of income tax for a domestic company ?

5. What is MinimumAlternateTax ?

6. Who is a working partner ?

7. What are the pre-requisition for Appeal ?

8. Who can be a member of Appellate Tribunal ?

9. Who is a 'principal officer' ?

10. Who has the power to make revisions ?

11. What is Maximum Marginal Rate ?

12. What is the special feature of prosecution ? (10×2=20 Marks)

SECTION – B

Answer any eight questions. Each question carries 5 marks.

13. What are payments on which tax is deducted at source ?

14. What are the different types of assessment ?

15. Distinguish between change in the Constitution and succession of firm.

16. State any four offences and their punishment on prosecution.

17. Describe the provisions of law relating to tax on undistributed profits of companies.

18. Explain the powers of Central Board of Direct Taxes.

19. How is "jewellery" valued under Wealth Tax Act ?

20. Distinguish betweenTax planning and Tax management.

21. State briefly the provisions relating to penalty.

22. From the following information compute the Net wealth of an Indian company.

1. Stock in trade :
a) Residential House 6,00,000
b) Jewellery 4,00,000
c) Urban land purchased in 2004 2,50,000
2. Purchased land in urban area to construct residential
houses for staff but so for construction has not been started 1,50,000
3. Trucks to carry material for construction of houses 2,00,000
4. Cars for use of officers 60,000
5. Bank Balance 1,00,000
6. Cash Balance 20,000

23. X and Y are partners in a firm sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 2:1. They are working partners and are entitled to salary of Rs. 3,000 p.m. and Rs. 2,000 p.m. respectively. The profits of the firm before charging salary to partners are Rs. 30,000 and income from house property (computed) Rs. 10,000.

Compute the total Income of the firm for the assessment year 2008-09.

24. The book profits of a company in the previous year 2007-08 computed in accordance with Section 115 JB of the Income Tax Act is Rs. 17,00,000. Its total income under the Income TaxAct for the same period is computed at Rs. 3,50,000. Is the company liable to pay "Minimum Alternate Tax" ? If yes, how much has to be paid ?

(8×5=40 Marks)

SECTION – C

Answer any two questions. Each question carries 20 marks.

25. Explain the general powers of income tax authorities.

26. Explain the procedures of an appeal to Commissioner (Appeals) and his powers to deal with such appeal.

27. During the previous year 2007-08 an A.O.P had suffered a loss of Rs. 10,000 after charging salary, bonus and interest on capitals to its members. Taxable income of A.O.P. for the same period from House property and long term capital gains was Rs. 72,000 and Rs. 12,000 respectively. There are three members A, B and C in the AOP sharing profits and losses in the ratio of 5:3:2 and their income from business and profession for the previous year 2007-08 is Rs. 60,000, Rs. 80,000 and
Rs. 90,000 respectively.

In addition to it AOP paid Rs. 6,000, Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 14,000 as interest on capital to A, B and C respectively. Salary paid to A was Rs. 16,000 and bonus paid to B was Rs. 5,000 in this period.

Compute the total Income and tax liability of AOP for the A.Y. 2008-09.

28. The following is the Profit and Loss Account of Spencer and Co. Ltd. for the year ended 31st March 2008.

Rs. Rs.
To Salaries and Wages 3,00,000 By Domestic Sales 25,00,000
'' Rent & Rates 2,00,000 '' Export Sales 10,00,000
'' Repairs 1,20,000 '' Transfer from
'' Selling Expenses 3,50,000 General Reserve 2,00,000
'' Depreciation 5,00,000
'' Income Tax 3,60,000
'' Proposed Dividend 2,70,000
'' Net profit 16,00,000

37,00,000 37,00,000

Other Information :

1. The Company has long term capital gain of Rs. 1,00,000, which is not credited to Profit and Loss Account.

2. Foreign Exchange remittance Rs. 7,00,000

3. Depreciation Rs. 4,50,000

4. The Company wants to set off the following :

For Tax For Accounting
Purpose Purpose
Rs. Rs.
Brought Forward Loss of 2004-05 5,00,000 4,00,000
Unabsorbed Depreciation 2,00,000 2,00,000
You are required to compute the Total Income of the Company for the A.Y. 2008-09.
(2×20=40 Marks)

CU Communication Skills in English 2011 Model Question Paper

CU Communication Skills in English 2011 Model Question Paper
University / Board: Calicut University
Course: B.Com Accountancy
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
Common Course in English
B Com I Semester
2011 Admission  Candidates
A01­-COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH

Question Paper Description: 2011 Commerce Model Question Paper of Calicut University B.Com Accountancy (Distance) First Semester Communication Skills in English Question paper

1. There are ……… speech sounds in the phonetic alphabet.
a) 40 b) 42
c) 41 d) 44
2. There are ……… vowels in the phonetic alphabet.
a) 10 b) 15
c) 20 d) 21
3. There are ……… consonants in the phonetic alphabet.
a) 24 b) 26
c) 20 d) 21
4. The phonetic alphabet consists of ……. pure vowels and ……. diphthongs.
a) 12,8 b) 14,6
c) 12,4 d) 10,8
5. Pure vowels are also known as ………
a) Triphthongs b) Diphthongs
c) Monophthongs d) Phonemes


CIPET Old DPT / DPMT 2012 Question Paper

CIPET Old DPT / DPMT 2012 Question Paper
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CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTICS ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
HEAD OFFICE : GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600 032.
ACADEMIC CELL
SIXTH SEMESTER EXAMINATION – JUNE 2012
Duration : 3 Hours
Max. Marks: 60
Course : DPMT/PD–PMT
Date: 26.06.2012
Subject : Plastics Mould Design Theory - II
Time : 10.00 a.m. to 01.00 p.m.

PART – A
Answer all questions 10 x 1 = 10

1. Compression Mould used for Thermoplastics material - say true or false.
2. Cooling medium for transfer mould is ___________________________.
3. Wire coating die used in gas injection mould - say true or false.
4. We take ________ watts /Kg for calculation of heat in compression mould imperially.
5. Convergent section angle is _______________.
 30º - 50º b)  20º - 60º c)  10º - 30º d)  15º - 45º
6. In thermosetting moulds normally cartridge heaters are used - say true or false.
7. In general, the runner wastage in hot runner mould is ___________________.
minimum b)  maximum c)  nil d)  normal
8. Preform is used in _____________________________.
9. Automatic unscrewing mould is used for _____________________________.
 internal thread b)  external thread c)  Both a & b   d)  none of these
10. Pot area of Transfer mould is ______________________________________.
                    a)  more than the projected area b)  less than the projected area
                   c)  equal to projected area d)  all of these

PART – B
Answer all questions (Max. 40 words)   5 x 2 = 10

1. What are the types of Compression mould ?
2. What are the heat losses and additions taken into account for heat calculation ?
3. What are the ratios used in extrusion process ?
4. Write the formulae for calculating the clamping tonnage for the following.
                     a)  Compression Mould b)  Blow mould
5. What is outsert moulding ?

PART – C
Answer any six questions (Max. 100 words)  6 x 4 = 24

1. What is the difference between Hot runner mould and Insulated runner mould ?
2. What is pinch-off ?  What are the types ?  Explain any one with simple sketch.
3. What are the types of Hot runner manifolds ?  Draw the sketch for any one.
4. What is Die Gap and Die land ?
5. What are the advantages and disadvantages of Transfer mould ?
6. Define bulk factor ?  How you find LCD in compression mould ?
7. What do you mean by Approach Section and Land section ?

PART – D
Answer any two questions (Max. 300 words)  2 x 8 = 16
Draw the horizontal flash compression mould drawing for a suitable component and mention all the parts with  heat treatment.
2. What are the types of dies for sheet extrusion ?  Explain any one with neat sketch.
3. Write short notes on the following:
                   a)  Gas injection mould b)  Structural foam mould c)  Stretch blow mould

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Calicut University BCA A01-COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH 2009 Question Paper

Calicut University BCA A01-COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH 2009 Question Paper
Calicut University Question Paper
Course: B.C.A Computer Application
FIRST SEMESTER U.G (C.S.S) DEGREE EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER 2009
A 01 - COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH
(Common Course)
Time : 3 Hours Total Weightage : 30
Question Paper Description: 2009 Calicut University B.C.A Computer Application A01-COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH (Common Course) Question Paper

I. Answer the three bunches of questions as directed: (Weightage 1 each):

(A) 1. Transcribe the word: class.
2. Rewrite the word in normal spelling: /gou/
3. Mark the stressed syllable : January.
4. Differentiate between : ship and sheep.
(B) 5. Mark the pauses and sense groups : CouldyoutellmewhenIcanmeetyouatyourcityoffice.
6. Mark the tone : Stop talking!
7. Show by transcription how the word 'news' is pronounced in British way.
8. Change into an indirect request: Come to my house.
(C) 9. Sources used buy an author is called:_______.
10. Academic listening involves: (a) note taking: (b) form filling: (c) completing tables: (d) all these.
11. Hearing is (a)voluntary:(b)involuntary:(c)deliberate:(d)none of this.
12. A passenger listening to an announcement regarding a train s/he waits for should note
(a) train number: (b) Train name:(c) destination: (d) all these.

II. Answer in a sentence or two all the nine questions:(9*1=9)
13. Write the noun form of the word'enjoy' and use it in a sentence.
14. What should a person remember when giving instructions?
15. What is a syllable?Give an example.
16. Bring out the difference in the pronunciation of /s/ and /z/ with an example for each.
17. What are the different weak forms of 'am' and 'is' ?
18. 'Yes or No questions' are spoken in rising tones. True or False?
19. How are speed/pace of delivery change in the presentation of un familiar information?
20. Respond to the request : can you spare your book?
21. Seek permission from your teacher to go home ten minutes earlier than usual.

III. Answer any five questions out of 7 in a paragraph each:(5*2=10)
22. Barriers to listening.
23. Explain the difference between British and American pronunciation of words like ask, dance and fast.
24. Explain scanning with examples.
25. You met someone who is new to the city and wants help to reach a particular college. The other person seeks help and you offer it. Present it not less than six exchanges.
26. Identify the vowels in the word farm,pen,put and cut. Write their phonetic symbols and provide one example for each.
27. There has been a collision between vehicles in the vicinity your house. The police officer who does not know Malayalam seeks your help.Write six exchanges between you and him through which you let him know what happened.
28. Identify the consonants in fat, cat, chin and June. Write their phonetic symbols and give one word as example for each.
IV. Answer any two out of three given in about 200 words:(2*4=8)
29. Write an essay on telephone skills.
30. Write an essay on the Dos and Don'ts of Group Discussion.
31. Explain the different ways of greeting and introducing with appropriate examples.

SSA Rajasthan Recruitment 2016 Apply Online for 215 AE JE Assistant Posts- rajssa.nic.in

SSA Rajasthan Recruitment 2016 Apply Online for 215 AE JE Assistant Posts- rajssa.nic.in
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SSA Rajasthan Recruitment 2016 notification has been released with 215 vacancies in Junior Engineer post get application form via rajssa.nic.in web page.

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Rajasthan: Searching for latest govt. jobs in Rajasthan? Then you should stop here as we are here to help you to finish your search. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan of Rajasthan state has invited all graduate candidates for their latest recruitment notification. As number of vacancies is 215 in various post such as Junior Engineer, Programme Assistant & various others, you should be happy with it as the chances are more to get Govt job if you perform well in the examination after applying online. If interested then get your application form from www.rajssa.nic.in.
Let’s have quick overview about Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan which is also known as SSA, having main objective to provide elementary education to all people of India. In each & every state of India SSA is established whether it is rural or urban area in both area they running this progamme successfully. Children who falls under age group of 6 to 14 years they are given basic education by carrying different programmes & activities.
To run their organization smoothly & successfully they are in need of hard working & dedicated employees so they release job notification when need arises.  As recently they has come up with recruitment notification in various posts such as Assistant Project Assistant (Right to Education), Assistant Project Assistant, Programme Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Assistant Warden & Teacher Junior Engineer. Total 215 empty space is there so that much number of candidate’s final selection will be done.
Registration process for this post is carried away offline & applicants has to directly appear for Interview walk in are being scheduled. So, interested & eligible candidate has to download application form from its website carry that filled form while interview. Walk-in-Interview are being scheduled from 9th May, 2016 to 18th May, 2016 at below mentioned venue. Post wise interviews are organized so kindly check official notification before leaving for walk-ins.

The Complete Details about SSA Rajasthan Recruitment 2016:
Name of Organization: Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Rajasthan
Job Role: Assistant Project Assistant (Right to Education), Assistant Project Assistant, Programme Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Assistant Warden &Teacher  Junior Engineer
Total number of Vacancies: 215
Post wise Vacancies:
Assistant Project Assistant (Right to Education) – 18 Vacancies
Assistant Project Assistant – 26 Vacancies
Programme Assistant – 40 Vacancies
Assistant Engineer – 22 Vacancies
Assistant Warden & Teacher – 11 Vacancies
Junior Engineer – 98 Vacancies
Job Location: Rajasthan
Job Category: State Govt. Job

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification:
Aspirants who has completed their graduation degree/ Diploma/ Post Graduation are eligible to apply for this post.

Age Limit:
Upper Age limit of candidate should not be more than 55 years so while appearing for interview make sure of that. Age relaxation will be provided to reserved category appellant according to govt. rules & regulation.

Selection Process:
Direct Interview is schedule so final selection will be done based on performance of that.

Pay Scale: Salary scale varies according to job profile so kindly refer to its official notification.

Walk-in Address:
Rajasthan Council of Elementary Education, Radhakrishna Shiksha Sankul, Block No. 5, 2nd & 3rd Floor, J.L.N. Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302017
Important Dates to Remember:
Assistant Project Assistant (Right to Education) :- 9th May, 2016
Assistant Project Assistant :- 10th May, 2016
Programme Assistant :– 11th & 12th May, 2016
Assistant Engineer :– 13th May, 2016
Assistant Warden & Teacher :– 16th & 17th May, 2016
Junior Engineer :- 18th May, 2016

How to Apply for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Rajasthan Walk in

Initially refer to its webpage.
Download application form.
Fill your form.
Paste your recent passport size photograph.
Carry filled application form on relevant date of Interview.
SSA Rajasthan Recruitment 2016
Official Website: www.rajssa.nic.in


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KTU BE101-03 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 2016 Question Paper

Looking for KTU Old Question Papers? Download here KTU B.Tech BE101-03 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Jan 2016 Question Paper
Kerala Technological University
Reg. No:____________
Name: ____________________
First Semester B.Tech Degree Examination January 2016
Course Code: BE101-03
Course Name: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Max. Marks: 100
Duration: 3 hours
Question Paper Series: D



KTU II Semester B.Tech Mechanical Feb 2016 Question Paper

KTU II Semester B.Tech Mechanical Feb 2016 Question Paper
KTU Question Papers
MEA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PERINTHALMANNA
ME100 : BASICS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SECOND SEMESTER - FIRST SERIES TEST FEB. 2016
Time: 1 hour
Max: 20 marks

PART-A

(Answer all- each carries 2 marks)

1. State principle of increase of entropy.

2. Write any 4 differences between 4-stroke& 2-stroke engines.

3. State second law of thermodynamics (2 statements needed)

4. Draw the P-V diagram of Carnot cycle. (2×4=8)

PART-B

(Answer any two- each carries 6 marks)

5. With neat sketches, explain the working of 4-stroke Petrol engine.

6. Derive an equation for air standard efficiency of Brayton cycle with neat sketches.

7. (a) Define Clausius inequality (2 marks).

(b) Explain the working of Cochran boiler with a neat sketch(4 marks). (6×2=12)

Lucknow University B.A Part III History of English Literature Paper I 2007 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part III History of English Literature Paper I 2007 Question Paper
B.A ( Part III) Examination 2007
(New Course)
History of English Literature
First Paper
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya)
Maximum Marks:50

Question Paper Description: 2007 Lucknow University General Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya) History of English Literature First Paper Question paper

1.Write short notes on the following: 20
(i) The Elizabethean Theatere
(ii) Euphemism
(iii) Metaphysical Poetry
(iv) Comedy of Manners
(v) Heroic Tragedy
(vi) Gothic Fiction
(vii) The Romantic Essay
(viii) Pre-Raphaelite Poetry
(ix) Problem Play
(x) Imagism

UNIT I
2. What is the Revival of Learning?Discuss the major features of the Renaissance in England. (7.5)
3. Write a note on Elizabethean poetry and chief characteristics. (7.5)

UNIT II
4. Give an account of the growth of the English Novel in the eighteenth century. (7.5)
5. Write a note on the precursors of the Romantic Revival. (7.5)

UNIT III
6. Write a note on one of the Essayists of the Romantic Age. (7.5)
7. Discuss the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the literature of the Victorian Age. (7.5)

UNIT IV
8. Write a note on the Stream-Of-Consciousness Novel and its salient features. (7.5)
9. Give an account of the Poetry of the Thirties in England. (7.5)

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2005 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2005 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2005
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Psychology
Psychology
First Paper
Question Paper Description: 2005 Lucknow University B.A Psychology Part I Paper I Question Paper Free Download
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks: 35

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question from each unit.

1.Write short notes on the following: 15
(i) Pituitary Gland
(ii) Neuron
(iii) Spontaneous recovery
(iv) Hypothesis
(v) Need for Achievement
(vi) Cochlea
(vii) REM sleep
(viii) Meditation
(ix) Illusion
(x) Trait

UNIT I
2.What are the various parts oof central nervous system?Discuss their function also.
3.Explain the following:(a) Goals of Psychology (b) Humanistic Approach.

UNIT II
4.How does All port define personality? Discuss its key concepts.
5.Explain:
(a) Nature of consciousness (b) Influences of heredity and environment on intelligence.

UNIT III
6.What are the major steps of classical conditioning? Illustrate with an example.
7.Explain:
(a)Causes of forgetting (b)Laws of perceptual organization.

UNIT IV
8.What are the characteristics of motivated behavior? Describe any two biological motives.
9.Discuss the following:(a)Physiological basis of emotion (b) Role of concepts in thinking process. 

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2008 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2008 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2008
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Psychology
Psychology
First Paper
Question Paper Description: 2008 Lucknow University B.A Psychology Part I Paper I Question Paper Free Download
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:35

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question from each unit.

1.Write short notes on the following: 15
(i) Pituatry Gland
(ii) Drive
(iii) Retina
(iv) Extinction
(v) Cardinal Trait

UNIT I
2.What are the steps of experimental method?Discuss its merits and demerits.
3.What is consciousness?What changes to take place in consciousness?

UNIT II
4.What is selective attention?Discuss filter theory of attention.
5.Define perceptions.Describe the various determinants of perception.

UNIT III
6.What are the basic processes of classical conditioning?Discuss.
7.Describe the characteristics of motivated behaviour and elucidate the concept of motivational cycle.

UNIT IV
8.Define intelligence.Describe the various types of intelligence test.
9.Discuss the stratigies involved in problem solving.

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2006 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Psychology Paper I 2006 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2006
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Psychology
Psychology
First Paper
Question Paper Description: 2006 Lucknow University B.A Psychology Part I Paper I Question Paper Free Download
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:35

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question from each unit.

1.Write short notes on the following: 15
(i) Experimental Extinction
(ii) Negative Reinforcement
(iii) Synaptic Transmission
(iv) Motivational Cycle
(v) Serial Position Effect
(vi) Paired Associate Learning
(vii) Scheduled of Reinforcement
(viii) REM sleep
(ix) Structure of the human eye
(x) Deductive Reasoning

UNIT I
2.What is hypothesis?Discuss the importance of hypotheses experiments.
3.Examine the role of endocrine glands in determining behaviour.

UNIT II
4.Describe the nature of conciousness. What are its altered forms?
5.Differentiate between trait and type approaches to personality.

UNIT III
6.What is perception?Describe the important determinants of perception.
7.Describe the procedural variations in Instrumental Conditioning.

UNIT IV
8.Distinguish between the following:(a) Biogenic and seriogenic motives (b) Inductive and Deductive reasoning in thinking
9.Discuss the physiological correlates of emotion.

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper I 2005 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper I 2005 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2005
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Economics
Economics
First Paper
Question Paper Description: 2005 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part I Paper II Question Paper
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:50

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question from each unit.Each question of the unit carries 7.5 marks.

1.Explain the following in brief: 20
(i) Gossen's first law
(ii) Partial and general equilibrium
(iii) Giffen goods
(iv) Cross elasticity of demand
(v) Law of variable proportions
(vi) Equilibrium conditions of a firm
(vii) Marginal productivity theory of distribution
(viii) Difference between Profit and Rent
(ix) Iso-product curves
(x) Substitution effect of a price change

UNIT I
2.Discuss the equilibrium of a consumer with the help of indiffrence curve technique.
3.What is consumer's surplus?Differentiate between the approach of Marshall and Hicks.

UNIT II
4.Discuss technical limits of production in short and long-run.
5.Analyze the shape of various cost curves in the short-run.

UNIT III
6.What is price-discrimination?Explain price-discrimination with suitable diagram.
7.Differentiate between monoply and perfect competition.Explain that monopoly price is always higher thatn competitive price.

UNIT IV
8.Discuss the Keynesian theory of interest.
9.Critically examine the Richardian theory of rent. 

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper II 2005 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper II 2005 Question Paper
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Economics
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2005
Question Paper Description: 2005 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part I Paper II Question Paper
Economics
Second Paper

Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:50

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question from each unit.Each question of the unit carries 7.5 marks.

1.Explain the following in brief: 20
(i) Per capita income
(ii) Sex-ratio in India
(iii) Social security
(iv) Objectives of land reforms
(v) Sources of agricultural credit
(vi) Small scale industries
(vii) Role of foreign capital
(viii) Literacy rate in Uttar Pradesh
(ix) Objectives of Tenth Five Year Plan in U.P
(x) Decentralized Planning

UNIT I
2.Discuss the main characteristics of of a developing country like India.
3.What has been the changing pattern of national income growth in India since 1990

UNIT II
4.Do you agree with the view that Indian Agriculture is getting modernized?Substantiate your view with examples.
5.Why did cooperative movement not succeed in India at the expected rate?Give your comments.

UNIT III
6.Discuss in detail the growth,prospects and problems of any one major industry in India.
7.Examine the nature of change in Industrial policy of India.

UNIT IV
8.Explain the salient features of the economy of Uttar Pradesh.
9.Give an account of the patterns of population growth and demographic structure of Uttar Pradesh.

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper II 2006 Question Paper

Lucknow University B.A Part I Economics Paper II 2006 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2006
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Economics
Economics
Second Paper
Question Paper Description: 2006 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part I Paper II Question Paper
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:50

Note: Total Number of questions to be answered is Five. Question no. 1 is compulsory.Attempt one question ffom each unit.Each question of the unit carries 7.5 marks.

1.Explain the following in brief: 20
(i) Growth of national income in India since 1990-91
(ii) Objectives of Tenth Five Year Plan
(iii) Disguised unemployment
(iv) Consolidation of holdings
(v) New Industrial Policy
(vi) Green Revolution
(vii) Poverty line
(viii) Rural EmploymentGuarantee Programme
(ix) Problems of agricultureal marketing
(x) Importance of Small-scale Industries

UNIT I
2.Discuss the major changes in the structure of Indian Economy since last two decades.
3."High growth of population is the primary cause of underdevelopment of Indian Economy." Comment.

UNIT II
4.What are the reasons of low productivity in Indian agriculture?Mention the steps taken by the Government for improving agricultural productivity.
5.Analyse the problems of rural credit in India and explain the various sources of rural credit in India.

UNIT III
6.Critically evaluate the role of foreign capital in the economic development of India.
7.While elaborating the role of heavy and basic industries in India, discuss the growth of any major basic industry.

UNIT I
8.Give an account of the main problems of Economic development in Uttar Pradesh.
9.What is the present status of industrial development in Uttar Pradesh? Describe the measures taken by the U.P Govt. for increasing the pace of industrialization in the state.

Lucknow University B.A Part II Economics Paper III 2006 Question Paper

B.A ( Part III) Examination 2006
Economics
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Economics
Third Paper

Question Paper Description: 2006 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part II Paper III Question Paper

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Lucknow University B.A Part II Economics Paper II 2005 Question Paper

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Course: B.A Economics
B.A ( Part III) Examination 2005
Economics
First Paper

Question Paper Description: 2005 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part II Paper II Question Paper

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Lucknow University B.A Part II Economics Paper II 2006 Question Paper

B.A ( Part II) Examination 2006
University / Board: Lucknow University - Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers / Model Question Papers / Sample Question Papers
Course: B.A Economics
Economics
Second Paper
Question Paper Description: 2006 Lucknow University B.A Economics Part II Paper II Question Paper




BA English Fiction Lucknow University 2008 Question Paper

BA English Fiction Lucknow University 2008 Question Paper
University/ Board: Lucknow University
Course: Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya)
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2008
English
Second Paper(Fiction)
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:50
Question Paper Description: 2008 Lucknow University General Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya) English  Second Paper (Fiction) Question Paper

Note: Answer five questions in all .Question No. 1 is compulsory.Answer four other questions selecting one from each unit each carrying 7.5 marks

1.Write short answers to the following: 20
(i) Write the names of any two'Historical Novels'.
(ii) What is the difference between 'plot' and 'story'?
(iii) Explain Epistolary novel with any one example.
(iv) Write a short comment on Mr.Gupta in Two Virgins.
(v) What is the source of the title'Far from the Madding Crowd'?
(vi) Write a short note on Gabriel Oak.
(vii) Comment on the symbols in The Grapes Of Wrath.
(viii) Name any two novels of Thomas Hardy besides Far From The Madding Crowd.
(ix) Comment on the title Grapes Of Wrath.
(x) Define ' Regional Novel'.

UNIT I
2.Write an essay on either 'Gothic Novel' or 'Picaresque Novel'.
3.Write a note on different narrative techniques used in fiction.

UNIT II
4.Write a note on minor characters in Two Virgins.
5.Comment on the conflict between tradition and modernity in Two Virgins.

UNIT III
6. Write a note on the heroine of Far From The Madding Crowd.
7. Discuss the plot of Far From The Madding Crowd.

UNIT IV
8.Evaluate John Steinbeck as a novelist with special referance to the Grapes Of Wrath.
9.Comment on the 'plot' and 'acton' of The Grapes of Wrath.

BA English Fiction Lucknow University 2007 Question Paper

BA English Fiction Lucknow University 2007 Question Paper
B.A ( Part I) Examination 2007
English
University / Board: Lucknow University
Course: Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya)
Second Paper (Fiction)
Question Paper Description: 2007 Lucknow University General Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Oriya) English  Second Paper (Fiction) Question Paper
Time Allowed : Three Hours
Maximum Marks:50

Note: Answer five questions in all.Question No. 1 is compulsory.Answer four other questions selecting one from each unit each carrying 7.5 marks

1.Write short answers to the following: 20
(i) What do you mean by round characters?
(ii) What is the difference between 'plot' and 'story'?
(iii) Define picaresque novel with any two examples.
(iv) Write a short comment on Manikkam's wife in Two Virgins.
(v) What is Hardy's Philosophical Party?
(vi) Write a short note on Gabriel Oak.
(vii) Comment on the title of The Grapes Of Wrath.
(viii) Name any two novels of Kamla Markandeya besides Two Virgins.
(ix) Comment on the symbolism in The Grapes Of Wrath.
(x) Comment on Gothic Novel.

UNIT I
2.Write an essay on Historical Novel.
3.What do you understand by narrative technique in fiction.Explain any two narrative techniques in detail.

UNIT II
4.Attempt a character-sketch of Mr.Gupta in Two Virgins.
5.Write a note on Two Virgins as a female Bildungsroman (the novel of growing up).

UNIT III
6.Write notes on the three major male characters in Far From The Madding Crowd.
7.Write an essay on Hardy's Rustic characters with special reference to Far From The Madding Crowd.

UNIT IV
8.Discuss John Steinbeck's art of plot construction.
9.Focus on the theme of The Grapes of Wrath.