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PAPER - III
Note : This paper contains seventy five (75) objective type questions of two (2) marks each. All
questions are compulsory.
1.
Media texts are considered as
(1)
2.
3.
Confabulatory
7.
(3)
Stable
(1)
First person effect
(2)
Second person effect
(3)
Third person effect
(4)
Impersonal effect
(4)
Unconfined
According to semiologists, myths, artworks and subcultures are considered as
(1)
co-alitions
(2)
non-variables
(3)
languages
(4)
non-cultural forms
.
says that media do not influence the audience in any meaningful manner.
(1)
6.
Paradoxical
When most of us believe that other people are much more likely to be affected by media than
ourselves, it is called
.
4.
5.
(2)
.
Revivalism
(2)
New revivalism (3)
Orientalism
The dominant code conveys the society’s
(4)
New revisionism
.
(1)
subsidiary readings
(2)
preferred readings
(3)
non - selective readings
(4)
incompatible readings
The Hawthorne Effect says that we do not always need
(1)
words
(2)
media
(3)
communicators
(4)
action
to communicate.
A system of ideas, assumptions and beliefs in communication is known as
(1)
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(2)
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(3)
2
Code
(4)
.
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1.
×èçÇUØæ ÂæÆKæð´ ·¤æð
(1) ßæÌæüÜæ ·¤è Âý·ë¤çÌ ·¤æ
(3) çSÍÚU
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(1)
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The editor of DNA is
(1)
9.
10.
14.
15.
16.
(3)
M.D. Poddar
The Times of India
(2)
The Evening News
(3)
DNA
(4)
The Hindu
Zee TV had content partnership with
(4)
C.P. Surendran
NHK
(2)
.
Sahara
(3)
Media pro
(4)
Media Lab
The Bombay Times, the forerunner of The Times of India, was initially a
weekly
(2)
fortnightly
(3)
monthly
(4)
transient
(2)
ambiguous
(3)
negative
like the elements
(4)
The cultural and creative media products are referred to as
(1)
virtual power
(2)
economic power
(3)
horse power
(4)
soft power
.
quarterly
The post - positivist theory recognises that human behaviour is not
of the physical world.
(1)
13.
Deepak Rathi
(1)
(1)
12.
(2)
The English newspaper that decided to drop the publication of editorials in 2010 was
.
(1)
11.
Aditya Sinha
.
constant
.
Normative media theory explains how a media system should operate to realise
(1)
economic goals
(2)
political strategies
(3)
ideal social values
(4)
legal frameworks
.
The goal of critical theory in communication is deemed to change the existing
(1)
administrators
(2)
realities
(3)
societal priorities
(4)
exchange values
A television programme becomes a text when it activates
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producers
.
.
(4)
channels
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18.
The Human Development Index was created by :
(1)
Mehbub-ul-Haq and Meghnad Desai.
(2)
Mohammed Yunus and Amartya Sen.
(3)
Amartya Sen and Mehbub-ul-Haq.
(4)
Manmohan Singh and Keith Griffin.
The Diffusion of Innovation Theory recognises non-adopters of innovations as
(1)
19.
20.
22.
23.
24.
minority
(3)
late adopters
(1)
Christina Ogan
(2)
Rosemary Righter
(3)
Nora C. Quebral
(4)
William Hachten
(4)
laggards
Identify a major element of research design from the following :
history
(2)
instrumentation (3)
Analytical studies aim at interpreting
manipulation
(4)
maturity
.
(1)
history
(2)
relationships
(3)
confounding variables
(4)
publicity programmes
Informal interviews with experienced persons in the area of research form the basis of
.
(1)
experience survey
(2)
literature survey
(3)
non - descriptive survey
(4)
non - contributory survey
In research, abstract models are not applied to
.
(1)
non - causal relations
(2)
conceptual issues
(3)
elements of reasoning
(4)
real problems
In social science research, the concept of Verstehen was promoted by
(1)
25.
(2)
Identify the person who defined development communication for the first time in 1970s.
(1)
21.
majority
.
James Carey
(2)
James Curran
(3)
Max Weber
(4)
The list of population elements from which the sample is drawn is called
(1)
population register
(2)
sample register
(3)
sampling frame
(4)
population frame
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Leslie Fielden
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çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ àææðÏ ÂýæM¤Â ·¤æ °·¤ Âý×é¹ ¥ßØß ãñ?
(1) §çÌãæâ
(2) Ø´˜æ çߋØæâ
(3)
·¤æØü âæÏÙ
(4)
ÂçÚU€ßÌæ
21.
çßàÜðá‡ææˆ×·¤ ¥ŠØØÙ ·¤æ ÜÿØ
(1) §çÌãæâ
(3) çßS×Ø·¤æÚUè ÂçÚUßçÌüØæð´
22.
àææðÏ ·ð¤ ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ ¥ÙéÖßè ÃØç€ÌØæð´ âð ¥Ùæñ¿æçÚU·¤ âæÿæ户¤æÚU
·ð¤ ×êÜæÏæÚU ãæðÌð ã´ñÐ
(1) ¥ÙéÖß ¥æÏæçÚUÌ âßðüÿæ‡æ
(2) âæçãçˆØ·¤ âßðüÿæ‡æ
(3) ¥çßßÚU‡ææˆ×·¤ âßðüÿæ‡æ
(4) »ñÚU-¥´àæÎæØè âßðüÿæ‡æ
23.
¥Ùéâ´ÏæÙ ×ð´ ¥×êÌü ÂýæM¤Â
(1) ·¤æÚU‡æ-çßãèÙ â´Õ´Ïæð´
(3) Ì·ü¤ â´Õ´Ïè ̈ßæð´
24.
â×æÁ çߙææÙ ¥Ùéâ´ÏæÙ ×ð´ ßSÅüUãðÙ ·¤è â´·¤ËÂÙæ ·¤æð
(1) Áðâ ·ð¤ÚUè
(2) Áðâ ·¤ÚUÙ
25.
·¤è ÃØæØæ ·¤ÚUÙæ ãæðÌæ ãñÐ
(2) â´Õ´Ïæð´
(4) Âý¿æÚU ·¤æØü·ý¤×æð´
ÂÚU Üæ»ê Ùãè´ ç·¤Øð ÁæÌðÐ
(2) ÏæÚU‡ææˆ×·¤ ×éhæð´
(4) ßæSÌçß·¤ â×SØæ¥æð´
(3)
Ùð Õɸæßæ çÎØæÐ
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ÁÙⴁØæ »‡æÙæ ·¤è ßã âê¿è çÁââð Ù×êÙæ §·¤næ ç·¤Øæ ÁæÌæ ãñ,
(1) ÁÙⴁØæ ÚUçÁSÅUÚU
(2) Ù×êÙæ ÚUçÁSÅUÚU
(3) ÂýçÌÎàæü ßëçžæ
(4) ÁÙⴁØæ ßëçžæ
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In media research, conclusions from induction are
(1)
27.
28.
29.
31.
32.
33.
(2)
tentative
(3)
eternal
The constant comparative analysis is involved in
(4)
non-operative
approach.
(1)
the agenda - setting
(2)
personal effects
(3)
positivist
(4)
grounded theory
The test normally used to find out the significance of mean difference among four independent
variables is
.
(1)
Z - test
(2)
Chi - square test
(3)
Partial correlation
(4)
Analysis of variance
The probability of rejecting the null hypothesis when it is true, is called
(1)
30.
illogical
.
co-variation
(2)
assumption
(3)
power
The biggest television network of the world is
(4)
chance value
.
(1)
MTV
(2)
CNN International
(3)
Discovery
(4)
BBC TV
Harold Innis published the work
.
.
(1)
Mass Communication Theory
(2)
Introduction to Mass Media
(3)
Power Elite
(4)
The Bias of Communication
What is the standard ratio of inserts to script in a documentary ?
(1)
2 minutes of inserts for every minute of script.
(2)
3 minutes of inserts for every minute of script.
(3)
5 minutes of inserts for every minute of script.
(4)
4 minutes of inserts for every minute of script.
What is the ideal distance between the lips and the microphone to record good quality
sound ?
(1)
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×èçÇUØæ àææðÏ ×ð´ ÂýßÌüÙ âð ÂýæŒÌ çÙc·¤áü
(1) ¥Ìæç·ü¤·¤
(2) ¥çÙçà¿Ì
27.
(1)
(3)
ãæðÌæ ãñÐ
(3)
àææàßÌ
(4)
çÙçc·ý¤Ø
ÎëçcÅU·¤æð‡æ ×ð´ âÌÌ ÌéÜÙæˆ×·¤ çßàÜðá‡æ â×æçãÌ ãæðÌæ ãñÐ
°Áð´ÇUæ çÙÏæüÚU‡æ
(2) ÃØç€Ì»Ì ÂýÖæß
â·¤æÚUæˆ×·¤ßæÎè
(4) Á×èÙè çâhæ´Ì
28.
¿æÚU SßÌ´˜æ ÂçÚUßçÌüØæð´ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ×ŠØ×æÙ ¥´ÌÚU ·ð¤ ¥Íü ·¤æ ÂÌæ Ü»æÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° âæ×æ‹Ø M¤Â âð ç·¤Øæ ÁæÙð ßæÜæ ÂÚUèÿæ‡æ
ãñ Ñ
(1) ÁðÇU - ÂÚUèÿæ‡æ
(2) ·¤æ§ü-S€ßðØÚUU ÂÚUèÿæ‡æ
(3) ¥æ´çàæ·¤ âã-â´Õ´Ï
(4) ÂçÚUßçžæüØæð´ ·¤æ çßàÜðá‡æ
29.
àæê‹Ø â´·¤ËÂÙæ (Null Hypothesis) ·ð¤ âãè ãæðÙð ·¤è çSÍçÌ ×ð´ ©âð ¹æçÚUÁ ç·¤Øð ÁæÙð ·¤è â´ÖæßÙæ
·¤ãÜæÌè ãñÐ
(1) ·¤æð-ßñçÚUØðàæÙ
(2) ÏæÚU‡ææ
(3) âžææ
(4) â´Øæð» ×êËØ
30.
(1)
(3)
31.
ÎéçÙØæ ·¤æ âÕâð ÕǸæ ÅðUÜèçß$ÁÙ ÙðÅUß·ü¤ ãñÐ
°×.ÅUè.ßè.
(2) âè.°Ù.°Ù. §´ÅUÚUÙðàæÙÜ
çÇUS·¤ßÚUè
(4) Õè.Õè.âè. ÅUè.ßè.
ãñÚUæðËÇU §çÙâ ·¤è ÂéSÌ·¤
(1) ×æâ ·¤ØêçÙ·ð¤àæÙ ÍðØÚUè
(3) ÂæßÚU §ÜèÅU
ãñÐ
(2)
(4)
§´ÅþUæðÇU€àæÙ ÅêU ×æâ ×èçÇUØæ
Î ÕæØâ ¥æòȤ ·¤ØêçÙ·ð¤àæÙ
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ç·¤âè ßëžæ翘æ ×ð´ çS·ý¤ŒÅU ×ð´ çÙßðàæÙ (Insert) ·¤æ ×æÙ·¤ ¥ÙéÂæÌ €Øæ ãñ?
(1) ÂýˆØð·¤ ç×ÙÅU ·ð¤ çS·ý¤ŒÅU ×ð´ 2 ç×ÙÅU ·¤æ çÙßðàæÙÐ
(2) ÂýˆØð·¤ ç×ÙÅU ·ð¤ çS·ý¤ŒÅU ×ð´ 3 ç×ÙÅU ·¤æ çÙßðàæÙÐ
(3) ÂýˆØð·¤ ç×ÙÅU ·ð¤ çS·ý¤ŒÅU ×ð´ 5 ç×ÙÅU ·¤æ çÙßðàæÙÐ
(4) ÂýˆØð·¤ ç×ÙÅU ·ð¤ çS·ý¤ŒÅU ×ð´ 4 ç×ÙÅU ·¤æ çÙßðàæÙÐ
33.
ÕðãÌÚU »é‡æߞææ ßæÜè ŠßçÙ ÚðU·¤æÇüU ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ãæðÆUæð´ ¥æñÚU ×槷ý¤æðȤæðÙ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ·¤è ¥æÎàæü ÎêÚUè €Øæ ãñ?
(1) 03 §´¿
(2) 04 §´¿
(3) 05 §´¿
(4) 06 §´¿
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35.
36.
Identify the person who said, “I don’t want to live in a world where everything that I say,
everything I do, everything I talk to, every expression of creativity or love or friendship is
recorded.”
(1)
Julian Assange
(2)
Luke Harding
(3)
Edward Snowden
(4)
Eric Schmidt
In the age of Television Journalism visual reporter is synonymous with :
(1)
Camera person
(2)
Non - linear editor
(3)
TV producer
(4)
Output editor
Advertising reflects the ideology of
(1)
37.
38.
40.
(3)
publicists
(1)
(3)
print
(2)
outdoor
broadcast
(4)
market-place
(4)
transit
A rational message with a strong argument calling for action is known as
market sell
(2)
hard sell
(3)
soft sell
(4)
.
clear sell
A document that outlines the message strategy decisions behind an individual advertisement
is known as
.
(1)
creative concept
(2)
creative platform
(3)
creative synopsis
(4)
creative document
A single frame of a commercial that summarises the core message is labelled as
gist
(2)
basic themes
(3)
canned copy
(4)
.
key frame
People and media organisations that move products from producers to consumers are called
.
(1)
42.
regulators
media ads.
(1)
41.
(2)
The Starch test is applied only to
(1)
39.
consumers
.
sellers
(2)
conduits
(3)
suppliers
(4)
channels
An index that identifies the demand for a brand within a region is identified as
(1)
brand deposition index
(2)
brand demand index
(3)
brand development index
(4)
brand disposition index
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(1) ÁêçÜØÙ ¥âæ´Áð
(2) ËØê·¤ ãæçÇZU»
(3) °ÇUßÇüU SÙæðÇðUÙ
(4) °çÚU·¤ çà×ÅU
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ÅðUÜèçß$Á٠˜淤æçÚUÌæ ·ð¤ Øé» ×ð´ çßÁé¥Ü çÚUÂæðÅüUÚU
(1) ·ñ¤×ÚUæ ÂâüÙ
(3) ÅUèßè ÂýæðÇKéâÚU
36.
37.
38.
çߙææÂÙ
(1) ©ÂÖæð€Ìæ¥æð´
SÅUUæ¿ü ÅðUSÅU çâÈü¤
(1) çÂý´ÅU
(2)
(4)
·ð¤ âæÍ â×æÙæÍèü ãæð ¿é·¤æ ãñÐ
ÙæòÙ çÜçÙØÚU °ÇUèÅUÚU
¥æ©ÅUÂéÅU °ÇUèÅUÚU
·¤è çß¿æÚUÏæÚUæ ·¤æð ÂýÎçàæüÌ ·¤ÚUÌæ ãñÐ
(2) çßçÙØæ×·¤æð´
(3)
Âý¿æÚU·¤æð´
×èçÇUØæ çߙææÂÙæð´ ×ð´ ÂýØé€Ì ãæðÌæ ãñÐ
(2) ¥æ©ÅUÇUæðÚU
(3) ÕýæòÇU·¤æSÅU
ÆUæðâ Ì·ü¤ ·ð¤ âæÍ °·¤ Ìæç·ü¤·¤ â´Îðàæ, çÁâ×ð´ ·¤æØüßæãè ·¤è ¥Âðÿææ ·¤è »§ü ãæð,
(1) ×æ·ðü¤ÅU âðÜ
(2) ãæÇüU âðÜ
(3) âæòÅU âðÜ
ç·¤âè çߙææÂÙ çßàæðá ·ð¤ ÂèÀðU ·¤è â´Îðàæ ÚU‡æÙèçÌ ·¤è ÃØæØæ ·¤ÚUÙð ßæÜæ ÎSÌæßðÁ
(1) ÚU¿Ùæˆ×·¤ ¥ßÏæÚU‡ææ
(2) ÚU¿Ùæˆ×·¤ ×´¿
(3) ÚU¿Ùæˆ×·¤ âæÚUæ´àæ
(4) ÚU¿Ùæˆ×·¤ ÎSÌæßðÁ
40.
ç·¤âè çߙææÂÙ ·¤æ °·¤Ü Èýð¤× çÁâ×ð´ ×êÜ â´Îðàæ çÙçãÌ ãæðÌæ ãñ,
(1) âæÚU
(2) ×êÜ ·¤‰Ø
(3) ·ñ¤‹ÇU ·¤æòÂè (Canned copy)
(4) ×éØ Èýð¤×
41.
©ˆÂæÎæð´ ·¤æ𠩈Âæη¤ âð »ýæã·¤ Ì·¤ Âãé¡¿æÙð ßæÜð ÃØç€ÌØæð´ ¥æñÚU ×èçÇUØæ â´»ÆUÙæð´ ·¤æð
(1) çßÌÚU·¤
(2) â´ßæã·¤
(3) ¥æÂêçÌü·¤žææü
ç·¤âè °·¤ ÿæð˜æ ·ð¤ ÖèÌÚU ç·¤âè Õýæ´ÇU ·¤è ×æ´» ·¤æ ÂÌæ Ü»æÙð ßæÜæ âê¿·¤æ´·¤
(1) Õýæ´ÇU çÙÿæð‡æ âê¿·¤æ´·¤
(2) Õýæ´ÇU ×æ´» âê¿·¤æ´·¤
(3) Õýæ´ÇU çß·¤æâ âê¿·¤æ´·¤
(4) Õýæ´ÇU ÂýÕ´Ï âê¿·¤æ´·¤
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(4)
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42.
(4)
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ç€ÜØÚU âðÜ
·¤ãÜæÌæ ãñÐ
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44.
An advertising scheduling pattern that has a period of intensified activity is popularly called
.
(1)
experimental schedule
(2)
flight
(3)
intensive burst
(4)
focussed campaign
Mechanical reproduction in communication leads to
(1)
denotation
45.
46.
49.
notation
Mitchel V. Charnley
(2)
Bruce Westley
(3)
John Hohenberg
(4)
Harold Evans
Demy octavo is a size suitable for printing
(4)
selection
newspapers
(2)
posters
(4)
tabloids
.
(3)
books
Image transfer onto the rubber blanket is done in
rotary
(2)
offset
(3)
printing.
gravure
(4)
screen
Who developed the method of ‘Reading Ease Score’ as related to news agency copy ?
(1)
Robert Gunning
(2)
Charles Brown
(3)
C. D. Mac Dougall
(4)
Rudolf Flesch
The widely used writing technique for an interview copy is
(1)
50.
(3)
(1)
(1)
48.
connotation
has written the book, Newsman’s English.
(1)
47.
(2)
.
descriptive
(2)
Syndicates decides
anecdotal
(3)
interrogative
.
(4)
metaphorical
.
(1)
Which news stories to publish or reject.
(2)
Which subjects should be reported in media.
(3)
Which news articles or features should be released to newspapers and other news
organisations.
(4)
Which copy of Press Information Bureau should reach news media and which should
not.
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44.
»ãÙ ç·ý¤Øæ·¤Üæ ¥ßçÏ ßæÜè çߙææÂÙ ·¤æØü·ý¤× Âý‡ææÜè ·¤æ Âý¿çÜÌ Ùæ×
(1)
ÂýØæð»æˆ×·¤ ·¤æØü·ý¤×
(2)
©Ç¸æÙ
(3)
»ãÙ çßSȤæðÅU
(4)
·ð¤ç‹ÎýÌ ¥çÖØæÙ
â´¿æÚU ×ð´ Øæ´ç˜æ·¤ ÂéÙ©üˆÂæÎÙ ·¤è ÂçÚU‡æçÌ
(1)
×éØæÍü
49.
â´·ð¤Ì ÂhçÌ
(2)
Õýêâ ßñSÅUÜð
(3)
ÁæòÙ ãæðãðÙÕ»ü
(4)
ãñÚUæðËÇU §ßæ´â
ÇðU×è ¥æò€ÅðUßæð ¥æ·¤æÚU
(4)
¿ØÙ
¥¹ÕæÚU
(4)
Âç˜æ·¤æ
(4)
S·ý¤èÙ
×éÎý‡æ ·ð¤ çÜ° ©ÂØé€Ì ãñÐ
(2)
ÚUÕǸU ŽÜñ´·ð¤ÅU ÂÚU ÀUæØæ ¥´ÌÚU‡æ
¿·ý¤èØ
(2)
ÂæðSÅUÚU
(3)
ç·¤ÌæÕ
×éÎý‡æ ×ð´ ç·¤Øæ ÁæÌæ ãñÐ
¥Ùéç¿ç˜æÌ
(3)
ـ·¤æàæè
‹ØêÁ °Áð´âè ·¤æòÂè âð â´Õ´çÏÌ ÒÚUèçÇ´U» §Á S·¤æðÚUÓ ÂhçÌ ç·¤âÙð çß·¤çâÌ ·¤è?
(1)
ÚUæÕÅüU »çÙ´»
(2)
¿æËâü Õýæ©Ù
(3)
âè.ÇUè. ×ñ·¤ ÇU»Ü
(4)
L¤ÇUæðËȤ Üðàæ
âæÿæ户¤æÚU ·¤è ç·¤âè ÂýçÌ ·¤æð çܹÙð ·¤è ÃØæ·¤ M¤Â âð ¥ÂÙæØè »Øè Ì·¤Ùè·¤ ãñ
(2)
©ÂæØæÙæˆ×·¤
çâ´çÇU·ð¤Å÷U â Øã ÌØ ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ´ ç·¤
Ð
(1)
50.
(3)
ç×àæðÜ ßè. ¿æÙüÜð
(1)
48.
â´·ð¤ÌæÍü
(1)
(1)
47.
×ð´ ãæðÌè ãñÐ
ҋØêÁ×ñ‹â §´ç‚ÜàæÓ ÂéSÌ·¤ ·ð¤ Üð¹·¤ ãñ´Ð
45.
46.
(2)
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çßßÚU‡ææˆ×·¤
(3)
ÂýàÙæÍü·¤
Ð
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(1)
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(2)
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(3)
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(4)
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Assertion (A) : Electronic media have sidelined the traditional folk media and there is a
fear of their disappearance from India.
Reason (R) :
The visual element of electronic media has its ‘opium effect’ on the masses
and it is but natural that traditional folk media will become a thing of the
past.
Codes :
52.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : FM radio in India is an urban phenomenon.
Reason (R) :
Lack of advertising revenue is one of the major reasons for the present flux
in FM broadcasting in India.
Codes :
53.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : The professional organisations of media have not done much to improve
the standard of media education in India.
Reason (R) :
The professional organisations of media do not have committed professionals
to work for the cause of professionalisation of Indian media education.
Codes :
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
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(A) :
§Üð€ÅþUæçÙ·¤ ×èçÇUØæ Ùð ÂæÚUÂçÚU· Üæð·¤ ×èçÇUØæ ·¤è ©Âðÿææ ·¤è ãñ ¥æñÚU ÖæÚUÌ ×ð´ Üæð·¤ ×èçÇUØæ ·ð¤
ÜéŒÌ ãæð ÁæÙð ·¤æ ÖØ ãñÐ
¥æ× ÁÙÌæ ÂÚU §Üð€ÅþUæçÙ·¤ ×èçÇUØæ ·¤æ ÒÙàæð Áñâæ ÂýÖæßÓ (¥æðçÂØ× §Èð¤€ÅU) ãñ, ¥æñÚU §âçÜ°
Øã SßæÖæçß·¤ ãñ ç·¤ ÂÚ´UÂÚUæ»Ì ×èçÇUØæ ÜéŒÌ ãæð Áæ°»æÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
52.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) âãè ãñÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÖæÚUÌ ×𴠰Ȥ °× ÚðUçÇUØæð °·¤ àæãÚUè ¿è$Á ãñÐ
Ì·ü¤ (R) :
ÖæÚUÌ ×𴠰Ȥ °× ÂýâæÚU‡æ ×ð´ ¥çÙçà¿ÌÌæ ·¤æ °·¤ Âý×é¹ ·¤æÚU‡æ çߙææÂÙ â´Õ´Ïè ÚUæÁSß ·¤æ
¥Öæß ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
53.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) âãè ãñÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
×èçÇUØæ ·ð¤ ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ â´»ÆUÙæð´ Ùð ÖæÚUÌ ×ð´ ×èçÇUØæ çàæÿææ ·¤æ SÌÚU âéÏæÚUÙð ×ð´ ·¤æð§ü ¹æâ ·¤æ×
Ùãè´ ç·¤Øæ ãñÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
×èçÇUØæ ·ð¤ ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ â´»ÆUÙæð´ ·ð¤ Âæâ ÖæÚUÌèØ ×èçÇUØæ çàæÿææ ·¤æð ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ M¤Â ÎðÙð ·ð¤
çÜØð â×çÂüÌ ×èçÇUØæ ßëçžæ·¤ Ùãè´ ãñ´Ð
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
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54.
Assertion (A) : The measurement of variables, both social and psychological, in media
research, is a tough proposition.
Reason (R) :
Because most properties and objects in social science disciplines are abstract.
Codes :
55.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : Media distribution and consumption reflect a process of de-territorialisation.
Reason (R) :
Spatial location is not a justifiable argument for the dominance of the US in
the distribution of media products.
Codes :
56.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : India’s film factory has become a global player, both economically and
culturally.
Reason (R) :
The Indian film industry has adjusted its format to the global popular culture.
Codes :
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
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¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
×èçÇUØæ ¥Ùéâ´ÏæÙ ×ð´ âæ×æçÁ·¤ ÌÍæ ×Ùæðßñ™ææçÙ·¤ ÎæðÙæð´ ¿ÚUæð´ ·¤æ ×æÂÙ °·¤ ·¤çÆUÙ çßáØ ãñФ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
€Øæð´ç·¤ âæ×æçÁ·¤ çߙææÙ ·¤è çßÏæ¥æð´ ×ð´ ¥çÏ·¤æ´àæ »é‡æ ¥æñÚU ©gðàØ ¥SÂcÅU ãæðÌð ãñ´Ð
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
55.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) âãè ãñÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
×èçÇUØæ ·¤æ çßÌÚU‡æ ÌÍæ ©â·¤è ©ÂÖæð» âè×æ´Ì»ÌÌæ (çÇUÅðUçÚUÅUæðçÚU°Üæ§üÁðàæÙ) ·¤è Âýç·ý¤Øæ
ÂçÚUÜçÿæÌ ·¤ÚUÌæ ãñÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
×èçÇUØæ ©ˆÂæÎ ·ð¤ çßÌÚU‡æ ×ð´ ¥×ÚUè·¤è ÂýÖéˆß ·ð¤ çÜØð ¥´ÌçÚUÿæ â´Õ´Ïè SÍæÙ ·¤æ Ì·ü¤ ©ç¿Ì Ùãè´
ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
56.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) âãè ãñÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÖæÚUÌ ·¤è çȤË× çÙ×æü‡æ ©læð» ¥æçÍü·¤ ÌÍæ âæ´S·ë¤çÌ·¤ ÎæðÙæð´ ÎëçcÅUØæð´ âð ßñçàß·¤ SÌÚU ÂÚU
¥æ ¿é·¤æ ãñÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
ÖæÚUÌèØ çȤË× ©læð» Ùð ¥ÂÙð ÂýM¤Â (Ȥæ×ðüÅU) ·¤æð çßàß ·¤è Üæð·¤çÂýØ â´S·ë¤çÌ âð â×æØæðçÁÌ
ç·¤Øæ ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
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Assertion (A) : There is an urgent need for a law of privacy in India.
Reason (R) :
As most media outlets, especially electronic, have opted for blatant
sensationalism, the proposition needs a global consideration.
Codes :
58.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : The Press Council of India has outlived its utility.
Reason (R) :
The new technology has made ethical issues of the press even more complex.
Codes :
59.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Assertion (A) : The mass media and politics in India are intertwined.
Reason (R) :
Indian masses are highly politically charged in their day-to-day affairs, and
depend upon mass media for the purpose.
Codes :
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
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¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÖæÚUÌ ×ð´ çÙÁÌæ ·ð¤ ·¤æÙêÙ ·¤è ¥ˆØæßàØ·¤Ìæ ãñÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
€Øæð´ç·¤ ¥çÏ·¤æ´àæ ×èçÇUØæ ×æŠØ×æð´ (¥æ©ÅUÜðÅUæð´), çßàæðá·¤ÚU §Üñ€ÅþUæçÙ·¤ ×èçÇUØæ Ùð ç·¤âè ƒæÅUÙæ
·¤æð ¹éÜð ÌæñÚU ÂÚU âÙâÙè¹ðÁ ÕÙæÙð ·¤æ çß·¤Ë ¥çÌØæÚU ç·¤Øæ ãñ, §â ÂÚU ßñçàß·¤ M¤Â âð
çß¿æÚU ç·¤Øð ÁæÙð ·¤è ÁM¤ÚUÌ ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
58.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ´UÌé (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ, ÂÚ´UÌé (R) âãè ãñÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÖæÚUÌèØ Âðýâ ÂçÚUáÎ ·¤è ©ÂØæðç»Ìæ â×æŒÌ ãæð ¿é·¤è ãñÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
ÙßèÙ Âýæñlæðç»·¤è Ùð Âðýâ ·ð¤ ÙñçÌ·¤ ×éhæð´ ·¤æð ¥æñÚU ’ØæÎæ ÁçÅUÜ ÕÙæ çÎØæ ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
59.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ×»ÚU (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ·¤ÚUÌæÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) »ÜÌÐ
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) âãèÐ
¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÁÙâ´¿æÚU ¥æñÚU ÚUæÁÙèçÌ ÖæÚUÌ ×ð´ °·¤ ÎêâÚðU âð ¥æÕh ãñ´Ð
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
ÖæÚUÌèØ ÁÙÌæ ¥ÂÙð ÎñçÙ·¤ ç·ý¤Øæ·¤ÜæÂæð´ ×ð´ ÚUæÁÙñçÌ·¤ M¤Â âð ÕðãÎ Áæ»M¤·¤ ãñ ¥æñÚU §â ÂýØæðÁÙ
·ð¤ çÜ° ßã ÁÙ â´¿æÚU ÂÚU çÙÖüÚU ·¤ÚUÌè ãñÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ×»ÚU (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ·¤ÚUÌæÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) »ÜÌÐ
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) âãèÐ
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Assertion (A) : If opinion polls are obscene, exit polls are vulgar, especifically in the Indian
context.
Reason (R) :
Indian media have their own limitations to conduct opinion and exit polls.
Codes :
61.
62.
63.
(1)
Both (A) and (R) are true.
(2)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3)
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4)
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Write the correct chronological sequence of the following editors of The Indian Express :
(1)
Frank Moraes, V.K. Narasimhan, Shekhar Gupta, Rajkamal Jha
(2)
V.K. Narasimhan, Shekhar Gupta, Rajkamal Jha, Frank Moraes
(3)
Shekhar Gupta, Rajkamal Jha, Frank Moraes, V.K. Narasimhan
(4)
Rajkamal Jha, V.K. Narasimhan, Frank Moraes, Shekhar Gupta
Write the correct sequence of the following theories :
(1)
Social learning theory, social identity theory, social representation theory, social cognitive
theory
(2)
Social cognitive theory, social learning theory, social identity theory, social representation
theory
(3)
Social representation theory, social cognitive theory, social learning theory, social identity
theory
(4)
Social identity theory, social representation theory, social cognitive theory, social learning
theory
Write the correct chronological order of the following newspapers :
(1)
Deccan Herald, Deccan Chronicle, DNA, Asian Age
(2)
Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Asian Age, DNA
(3)
DNA, Deccan Herald, Deccan Chronicle, Asian Age
(4)
Asian Age, Deccan Chronicle, DNA, Deccan Herald
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¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
ÖæÚUÌèØ ÂçÚUÂðýÿØ ×ð´ ØçÎ ÁÙ×Ì âßðüÿæ‡æ çÙÜü”æ ãñ´ Ìæð °ç‚ÁÅU ÂæðÜ ¥àÜèÜÐ
·¤æÚU‡æ (R) :
ÁÙ×Ì âßðüÿæ‡æ ¥æñÚU °ç‚ÁÅU ÂæðÜ ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ÖæÚUÌèØ ×èçÇUØæ ·¤è ¥ÂÙè âè×æØð´ ãñ´Ð
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
61.
62.
63.
(1)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´Ð
(2)
(A) ¥æñÚU (R) ÎæðÙæð´
âãè ãñ´, ×»ÚU (R), (A) ·¤è âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ·¤ÚUÌæÐ
(3)
(A) âãè
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) »ÜÌÐ
(4)
(A) »ÜÌ
ãñ, ×»ÚU (R) âãèÐ
ÒÎ §´çÇUØÙ °€âÂýðâÓ ·ð¤ çِÙçÜç¹Ì âÂæη¤æð´ ·¤æð ©Ù·ð¤ âãè ·¤æÜæÙé·ý¤ç×·¤ ·ý¤× ×ð´ çÜç¹Øð Ñ
(1)
Èñý´¤·¤ ×æðÚðUâ, ßè.·ð¤. ÙÚUçâ´ãÙ, àæð¹ÚU »éŒÌæ, ÚUæÁ·¤×Ü Ûææ
(2)
ßè.·ð¤. ÙÚUçâ´ãÙ, àæð¹ÚU »éŒÌæ, ÚUæÁ·¤×Ü Ûææ, Èñý´¤·¤ ×æðÚðUâ
(3)
àæð¹ÚU »éŒÌæ, ÚUæÁ·¤×Ü Ûææ, Èñý´¤·¤ ×æðÚðUâ, ßè.·ð¤. ÙÚUçâ´ãÙ
(4)
ÚUæÁ·¤×Ü Ûææ, ßè.·ð¤. ÙÚUçâ´ãÙ, Èñý´¤·¤ ×æðÚðUâ, àæð¹ÚU »éŒÌæ
çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì çâhæ´Ìæð´ ·¤æ âãè ·ý¤× çܹð´ Ñ
(1)
âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çÏ»× çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çS×Ìæ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ⴙææÙæˆ×·¤
çâhæ´Ì
(2)
âæ×æçÁ·¤ ⴙææÙæˆ×·¤ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çÏ»× çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çS×Ìæ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ÂýçÌçÙçψß
çâhæ´Ì
(3)
âæ×æçÁ·¤ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ⴙææÙæˆ×·¤ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çÏ»× çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çS×Ìæ
çâhæ´Ì
(4)
âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çS×Ìæ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ⴙææÙæˆ×·¤ çâhæ´Ì, âæ×æçÁ·¤ ¥çÏ»×
çâhæ´Ì
çِÙçÜç¹Ì â×æ¿æÚU ˜ææð´ ·¤æð ©Ù·ð¤ âãè ·¤æÜæÙé·ý¤ç×·¤ ·ý¤× ×ð´ çÜç¹Øð Ñ
(1)
΀·¤Ù ãðÚUæËÇ, ΀·¤Ù ·ý¤æðçÙ·¤Ü, ÇUè.°Ù.°., °çàæØÙ °Á
(2)
΀·¤Ù ·ý¤æðçÙ·¤Ü, ΀·¤Ù ãðÚUæËÇ, °çàæØÙ °Á, ÇUè.°Ù.°.
(3)
ÇUè.°Ù.°., ΀·¤Ù ãðÚUæËÇ, ΀·¤Ù ·ý¤æðçÙ·¤Ü, °çàæØÙ °Á
(4)
°çàæØÙ °Á, ΀·¤Ù ·ý¤æðçÙ·¤Ü, ÇUè.°Ù.°., ΀·¤Ù ãðÚUæËÇ
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65.
66.
Identify the correct order of the following newspapers circulationwise, as per ABC (2014)
figures :
(1)
Dainik Bhaskar, Dainik Jagran, Hindustan, Malayala Manorama
(2)
Malayala Manorama, Dainik Bhaskar, Dainik Jagran, Hindustan
(3)
Dainik Jagran, Hindustan, Malayala Manorama, Dainik Bhaskar
(4)
Hindustan, Malayala Manorama, Dainik Bhaskar, Dainik Jagran
Write the correct sequence of the following committees :
(1)
Vidyalankar Committee, RR Diwakar Committee, Kuldip Nayyar Committee,
Parthasarathi Committee
(2)
Parthasarathi Committee, Vidyalankar Committee, RR Diwakar Committee, Kuldip
Nayyar Committee
(3)
Kuldip Nayyar Committee, Parthasarathi Committee, Vidyalankar Committee, RR
Diwakar Committee
(4)
RR Diwakar Committee, Kuldip Nayyar Committee, Parthasarathi Committee,
Vidyalankar Committee
Match the following :
List - I
List - II
(Author)
(Idea)
(a)
Roland Barthes
(i)
Negotiated code
(b)
Stuart Hall
(ii)
Communication test
(c)
John Fiske
(iii)
Radical system
(d)
F. Parkin
(iv)
Anchorage
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(2)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(3)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(iii)
(4)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
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65.
66.
°.Õè.âè. (2014) ·ð¤ ¥æ´·¤Ç¸æ𴠷𤠥ÙéâæÚU, çِÙçÜç¹Ì â×æ¿æÚU ˜ææð´ ·¤æð ©Ù·ð¤ ÂçÚU¿æÜÙ-ßæÚU (â€ØêüÜðàæÙ-ßæ§$Á)
âãè ·¤æÜ·ý¤ç×·¤ ·ý¤× ×ð´ çÜç¹Øð Ñ
(1)
ÎñçÙ·¤ Öæc·¤ÚU, ÎñçÙ·¤ Áæ»ÚU‡æ, çã‹ÎéSÌæÙ, ×ÜØæÜæ ×ÙæðÚU×æ
(2)
×ÜØæÜæ ×ÙæðÚU×æ, ÎñçÙ·¤ Öæc·¤ÚU, ÎñçÙ·¤ Áæ»ÚU‡æ, çã‹ÎéSÌæÙ
(3)
ÎñçÙ·¤ Áæ»ÚU‡æ, çã‹ÎéSÌæÙ, ×ÜØæÜæ ×ÙæðÚU×æ, ÎñçÙ·¤ Öæc·¤ÚU
(4)
çã‹ÎéSÌæÙ, ×ÜØæÜæ ×ÙæðÚU×æ, ÎñçÙ·¤ Öæc·¤Ú, ÎñçÙ·¤ Áæ»ÚU‡æ
çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì âç×çÌØæð´ ·¤æð âãè ·ý¤× ×ð´ çܹð´ Ñ
(1)
çßlæÜ´·¤æÚU âç×çÌ, ¥æÚU.¥æÚ.U çÎßæ·¤ÚU âç×çÌ, ·é¤ÜÎè ÙñØÚ âç×çÌ, ÂæÍüâæÚUÍè âç×çÌ
(2)
ÂæÍüâæÚUÍè âç×çÌ, çßlæÜ´·¤æÚU âç×çÌ, ¥æÚU.¥æÚU. çÎßæ·¤ÚU âç×çÌ, ·é¤ÜÎè ÙñØÚ âç×çÌ
(3)
·é¤ÜÎè ÙññØÚ âç×çÌ, ÂæÍüâæÚUÍè âç×çÌ, çßlæÜ´·¤æÚU âç×çÌ, ¥æÚU.¥æÚ.U çÎßæ·¤ÚU âç×çÌ
(4)
¥æÚ.¥æÚ.U çÎßæ·¤ÚU âç×çÌ, ·é¤ÜÎè ÙññØÚ âç×çÌ, ÂæÍüâæÚUÍè âç×çÌ, çßlæÜ´·¤æÚU âç×çÌ
çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð âé×ðçÜÌ ·¤èçÁØð Ñ
âê¿è - I
âê¿è - II
(Üð¹·¤)
(çß¿æÚU)
(a)
ÚUæðÜæ´ÇU ÕÍü÷â
(i)
ÕæÌ¿èÌ mæÚUæ ÌØ â´çãÌæ (çÙ»æðçàæU°ÅðUÇU ·¤æðÇU)
(b)
SÅéU¥ÅüU ãæòÜ
(ii)
â´¿æÚU ÂÚUèÿæ‡æ (·¤ØêçÙ·ð¤àæÙ ÅðUSÅU)
(c)
ÁæòÙ çȤS·¤
(iii)
¥çÌßæÎè Âý‡ææÜè (ÚñUçÇU·¤Ü çâSÅU×)
(d)
°È¤ Âæç·ü¤Ù
(iv)
°ð´·¤ÚðU$Á
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(2)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(3)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(iii)
(4)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
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67.
Match the following :
List - I
List - II
(Author)
(Concept)
(a)
Guy Debord
(i)
Media as cultural industry
(b)
Theodor Adorno
(ii)
Ritual view of communication
(c)
James W. Carey
(iii)
Society of the spectacle
(d)
Umberto Eco
(iv)
Mediated hyper - reality
Codes :
68.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(4)
(iv)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
Match the following :
List - I
List - II
(Media Channel)
(Country/Area)
(a)
M - Net
(i)
Venezuela
(b)
Televisora Del Sur
(ii)
China
(c)
CCTV - 9
(iii)
France
(d)
TV - 5
(iv)
South Africa
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(4)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
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çِÙæ´ç·¤Ì ·¤æð âé×ðçÜÌ ·¤Úð´U Ñ
âê¿è - I
âê¿è - II
(Üð¹·¤)
(¥ßÏæÚU‡ææ)
(a)
»æòØ çÇUÕæðÇüU
(i)
âæ´S·ë¤çÌ·¤ ©læð» ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ ×èçÇUØæ
(b)
çÍØæðÇUæðÚU ¥ÇUæðÙæðü
(ii)
â´¿æÚU ·¤è ÚUS×è ÎëçcÅU
(c)
Áðâ ÇUŽËØê. ·ð¤ÚUUè
(iii)
ÂýÎàæü·¤ â×æÁ
(d)
¥ÕÅUæðü §·¤æð
(iv)
׊ØSÍ ¥çÌßæSÌçß·¤Ìæ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
68.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(4)
(iv)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð âé×ðçÜÌ ·¤èçÁØð Ñ
âê¿è - I
âê¿è - II
(×èçÇUØæ ¿ñÙÜ)
(Îðàæ/ÿæð˜æ)
(a)
°× ÙðÅU
(i)
ßðÙð’Øé°Üæ
(b)
ÅðUÜèßðâæðÚUæ ÇðUÜ âéÚU
(ii)
¿èÙ
(iii)
Èý¤æ´â
(iv)
Îçÿæ‡æ ¥Èý¤è·¤æ
(Televisora Del Sur)
(c)
âè.âè.ÅUè.ßè. -
(d)
ÅUè.ßè. -
9
5
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(4)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
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69.
Match the following :
List - I
List - II
(Model)
(Elements)
(a)
Jakobson’s
(i)
E, E1 and SE
(b)
Westley and Mac Lean’s
(ii)
ABX triangle
(c)
Newcomb’s
(iii)
ABXC
(d)
Gerbner’s
(iv)
Constitutive factors
Codes :
70.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(iii)
(2)
(iv)
(iii)
(ii)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(ii)
(i)
(iv)
(4)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
Match the following :
List - I
List - II
(Types of Validity)
(Characteristic)
(a)
Face validity
(i)
The measuring instrument is checked against some
present criterion.
(b)
Predictive validity
(ii)
Involves relating a measuring instrument to a
theoretical framework.
(c)
Concurrent validity
(iii)
A measuring instrument should measure what it
should measure.
(d)
Construct validity
(iv)
Checking a measuring instrument against some
future outcome.
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(3)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(4)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
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çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð âé×ðçÜÌ ·¤èçÁ° Ñ
âê¿è - I
(×æòÇUÜ)
(a) Áñ·¤æðŽâÙ ·¤æ
(b) ßðSÜð ÌÍæ ×ñ·¤ ÜèÙ ·¤æ
(i)
(ii)
âê¿è - II
(̈ß)
§ü, §ü1 ÌÍæ °â.§ü.
°.Õè.°€â. ÅþUæØ´»Ü
(ABX triangle)
(c)
(d)
‹Øê·¤æòÕ ·¤æ
»ÕüÙÚ ·¤æ
(iii)
(iv)
°.Õè.°€â.âè.
¥ßØß·¤æÚUè ·¤æÚU·¤
(·¤‹SÅUèÅ÷ØêçÅUß Èñ¤€ÅUâü)
(Constitutive factors)
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
70.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(iii)
(2)
(iv)
(iii)
(ii)
(i)
(3)
(iii)
(ii)
(i)
(iv)
(4)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð âé×ðçÜÌ ·¤èçÁØð Ñ
âê¿è - I
(ßñÏÌæ ·ð¤ Âý·¤æÚU)
(a) ¥´ç·¤Ì ßñÏÌæ (Èð¤â ßñçÜçÇUÅUè)
(i)
(b)
ÖçßcØßæ¿è ßñÏÌæ (ÂýèÇðUç€ÅUß ßñçÜçÇUÅUè)
(ii)
(c)
âãØæð»è ßñÏÌæ (·¤Ù·¤Ú´UÅU ßñçÜçÇUÅUè)
(iii)
(d)
ÚU¿Ùæ ßñÏÌæ (·´¤SÅþU€Å ßñçÜçÇÅUèU)
(iv)
âê¿è - II
(çßàæðáÌæ°¡ )
·é¤ÀU ©ÂçSÍÌ ×æÙδÇU ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ×æÂÙ ©Â·¤ÚU‡æ ·¤è
Áæ¡¿ ·¤è ÁæÌè ãñÐ
§â×ð´ âñhæç‹Ì·¤ Éæ¡¿ð âð ×æÂÙ ©Â·ý¤× ·¤æ â´Õ´Ï
àææç×Ü ãñÐ
×æÂÙ ©Â·¤ÚU‡æ ·¤æð ßãè ×æÂÙ ·¤æØü ·¤ÚUÙæ ¿æçãØð
Áæð §âð ·¤ÚUÙæ ¿æçãØðÐ
Öæßè ÂçÚU‡ææ× ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ×æÂÙ ©Â·¤ÚU‡æ ·¤è Áæ¡¿
·¤ÚUÙæÐ
·ê¤ÅU Ñ
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(1)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(2)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(3)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(4)
(iv)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
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Read the passage and answer questions from 71 to 75.
The use of oral and written communication techniques can be dated as far back as
human existence and were used to communicate a variety of needs, wishes, commands, and
information, including the types of risks humans were exposed to and as a means to warn of
impending crises. However, the science, practice, and specific techniques that form what is
currently known as risk and crisis communications have a much shorter history. Not much
has been written to accurately date the earliest forms of risk and crisis communications, but
many in the field would hesitate to go back any further than 25 or 30 years. Attributions
often identify the introduction of the World Wide Web and other forms of digital
communication as a turning point in the need to provide messages to audiences that help
them understand the risks of their lives due to the sheer speed of Internet messages as well as
the substantial increase in the volume and type of messages available to the general public.
Much of what are considered contemporary risk and crisis communication activities have
stemmed from environmental clean - up efforts that began in the United States with legislation
in the 1980s. Vincent Covello and Richard Peters at The Center for Risk Communication in
New York, along with David McCallum from Focus Group in Maryland, trace the terms
“risk communications” and “crisis communications” and their widespread use back to William
Ruckelshaus. The first administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a
federal agency formed in 1970 by President Richard Nixon. Ruckelshaus’s first term, which
lasted until 1973, was noted for the development of the organizational structure of the EPA
as well as its initial enforcement actions. But it was when Ruckelshaus returned to the EPA
in 1983 that his mandates to inform and involve the public in decisions about environmental
remediation and clean - up activities through the use of risk - based decision making set the
stage for much of what is now common community involvement practice by the EPA and
other governmental agencies. Subsequent major federal legislative efforts continued to require
bureaucrats to involve the public in decision making. The 1986 Superfund Amendments
and Reauthorization Act (SARA) added new requirements for such activity under the
Superfund program and amended certain existing provisions to reinforce them. SARA also
created a major public - private planning process for responding to emergency hazardous
materials incidents under the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of
1986, also known as Title III. The planning process is organized and managed by State
Emergency Response Committees (SERCs), whose members are appointed by the governor
and who oversee the state’s response to public and private hazardous materials emergencies,
and by Local Emergency Planning Committees (LERCs), whose members are a broad-based
representation from governmental agencies, local response organisations and community
groups.
71.
72.
What are the attributions for the rise of risk communication ?
(1)
Oral communication
(2)
Written communication
(3)
World Wide Web
(4)
Human risks
How did “crisis communication” activities emerge recently ?
(1)
Environmental clean-up efforts
(2)
New Environmental Act
(3)
Social Sciences
(4)
Human Wishes
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çِÙçÜç¹Ì »læ´àæ ·¤æð Âɸ·¤ÚU ÂýàÙ 71 âð 75 ·ð¤ ©žæÚU çÜç¹Øð Ñ
×æñç¹·¤ ¥æñÚU çÜç¹Ì â´¿æÚU Âý‡ææçÜØæ¡ ×æÙß âØÌæ ·ð¤ ÂýæÚUÖ âð ãè ×æñÁêÎ ÚUãè ã´ñÐ §Ù·¤æ §SÌð×æÜ ç֋٠Âý·¤æÚU ·¤è
¥æßàØ·¤Ìæ¥æð´, §‘ÀUæ¥æð´, ¥æÎðàææð´ ¥æñÚU âê¿Ùæ ·¤è ¥çÖÃØç€Ì ·ð¤ çÜ° ãæðÌæ ÚUãæ ãñ, §â·ð¤ ¥Üæßæ §‹ãð´ çßç֋٠Âý·¤æÚU
·ð¤ ¹ÌÚUæð´ âð ×ÙécØ ·¤æð ¥æ»æã ·¤ÚUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° Öè ÂýØæð» ×ð´ ÜæØæ ÁæÌæ ÚUãæ ãñÐ ÕãÚUãæÜ, çÁâð ¥æÁ ã× Áæðç¹× ¥æñÚU
¥æÂÎæ â´Õ´Ïè â´¿æÚU ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ ÁæÙÌð ãñ´, ©â·ð¤ çߙææÙ, ÂÚ´UÂÚUæ ¥æñÚU çßçàæcÅU Ì·¤Ùè·¤è ·¤æ §çÌãæâ ¥Âðÿææ·ë¤Ì ÙØæ ãñÐ
Áæðç¹× ¥æñÚU ¥æÂÎæ â´Õ´Ïè â´¿æÚU ·ð¤ ©Î÷»× ·ð¤ çßáØ ×ð´ ·é¤À ’ØæÎæ Ùãè´ çÜ¹æ »Øæ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù §â ÿæð˜æ ·ð¤ Üæð» àææØÎ
25 Øæ 30 ßáü ÂãÜð ·¤è ÕæÌ ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ´Ð ßËÇüU ßæ§ÇU ßðÕ ¥æñÚU çÇUçÁÅUÜ â´¿æÚU ·ð¤ ¥‹Ø ×æŠØ×æð´ ·¤æð ÂýæØÑ ŸææðÌæ¥æð´ ·¤æð
©Ù·ð¤ ÁèßÙ ·ð¤ ¹ÌÚUæð´ ·ð¤ ÕæÚðU ×ð´ â´Îðàæ ÎðÙð ·¤è Âýç·ý¤Øæ ·¤æ ¥ã×÷ ×æðǸ ×æÙæ ÁæÌæ ãñ €Øæð´ç·¤ §´ÅUÚUÙðÅU ·ð¤ â´Îðàææð´ ·¤è Ù
çâÈü¤ »çÌ ·¤æȤè ÌðÁ ãæðÌè ãñ ÕçË·¤ âæ×æ‹Ø ÁÙ ·¤æð ÂýæŒÌ ãæðÙð ßæÜð â´Îðàææð´ ×ð´ ÂØæüŒÌ Âý¿éÚUÌæ ¥æñÚU çßçßÏÌæ Öè ãæðÌè ãñÐ
â×·¤æÜèÙ Áæðç¹× ¥æñÚU ¥æÂÎæ â´Õ´Ïè â´¿æÚU »çÌçßçÏØæð´ ×ð´ âð ¥çÏ·¤æ´àæ ·¤æ ©Î÷»× ¥×ðçÚU·¤æ ×ð´ 1980 ·ð¤ Îàæ·¤ ·ð¤
·¤æÙêÙæ𴠷𤠥ÙéâÚU‡æ ×ð´ àæéM¤ ÂØæüßÚU‡æ SߑÀUÌæ ¥çÖØæÙ ·¤æð â×Ûææ ÁæÌæ ãñÐ ÒÎ âð´ÅUÚU ȤæòÚU çÚUS·¤ ·¤ØêçÙ·ð¤àæÙ
‹ØêØæ·ü¤Ó ·ð¤ çß´âð´ÅU ·¤æðßðÜæð ¥æñÚU çÚU¿ÇüU ÂèÅâü ÌÍæ ×ðÚUèÜñ´ÇU ·ð¤ Ȥæð·¤â »ýé ·ð¤ ÇðUçßÇU ×ñ·¤·ð¤Ü× ·¤è ÚUæØ ×ð´ ÒÁæðç¹×
â´¿æÚUÓ ¥æñÚU Ò¥æÂÎæ â´¿æÚUÓ ÂÎ ¥æñÚU ©Ù·¤æ ÃØæ·¤ §SÌð×æÜ çßçÜØ× ÚU·ð¤Üàææòâ Ùð ·¤ÚUÙæ àæéM¤ ç·¤Øæ, Áæð ÚUæcÅþUÂçÌ
çÚU¿ÇüU çـâÙ mæÚUæ 1970 ×ð´ SÍæçÂÌ °·¤ ⴃæèØ °Áð´âè, ¥×ðçÚU·¤è °ÙßæÚU×ð´ÅUÜ ÂýæðÅðU€àæÙ °Áð´âè (EPA) ·ð¤ ÂãÜð
Âýàææâ·¤ ÍðÐ ÚU·ð¤Üàææòâ ·¤æ ÂãÜæ ·¤æØü·¤æÜ, Áæð 1973 Ì·¤ ¿Üæ, §üÂè° ·ð¤ â´»ÆUÙæˆ×·¤ ɸ桿ð ·ð¤ çß·¤æâ ¥æñÚU
¥æÚ´UçÖ·¤ ÂýßÌüÙ â´Õ´Ïè ç·ý¤Øæ·¤ÜæÂæ𴠷𤠷¤æÚU‡æ ©ËÜð¹ÙèØ ÍæÐ Üðç·¤Ù 1983 ×ð´ §Âè° ×ð´ ÚU·ð¤Üàææòâ ·ð¤ ÂéÙ¥æü»×Ù
·ð¤ âæÍ ÁÕ ©‹ãæð´Ùð Áæðç¹×-¥æÏæçÚUÌ çهæüØ Âýç·ý¤Øæ ·ð¤ ©ÂØæð» ·ð¤ ×æŠØ× âð ÂØæüßÚU‡æ ©Â¿æÚU ¥æñÚU SߑÀUÌæ â´Õ´Ïè
¥çÖØæÙæð´ ×ð´ ÁÙÌæ ·¤æð àææç×Ü ¥æñÚU âêç¿Ì ·¤ÚUÙæ àæéM¤ ç·¤Øæ Ìæð ©âè âð §üÂè° ¥æñÚU ¥‹Ø âÚU·¤æÚUè °Áð´çâØæð´ mæÚUæ ÂýØé€Ì
ßÌü×æÙ â×éÎæØ â×æßðàæÙ ·¤è ÂÚ´UÂÚUæ ·¤æ âê˜æÂæÌ ãé¥æР̈Âà¿æÌ, Âý×é¹ â´ƒæèØ ·¤æÙêÙæð´ ×ð´ Ùæñ·¤ÚUàææãæð´ mæÚUæ çهæüØ
Âýç·ý¤Øæ ×ð´ ÁÙÌæ ·¤æð àææç×Ü ·¤ÚUÙæ ¥ÂðçÿæÌ ÕÙæ ÚUãæÐ 1986 ×ð´ âéÂÚUÈ´¤ÇU ¥×ð´ÇU×ð´Å÷Uâ °´ÇU çÚU¥æòÍæðÚUæ§ÁðàæÙ °€ÅU
(°â.°.¥æÚU.°) ·ð¤ ÁçÚUØð âéÂÚUÈ´¤ÇU ·¤æØü·ý¤× ·ð¤ ÌãÌ Ù§ü ¥Âðÿææ¥æð´ ·¤æð ÁæðÇ¸æ »Øæ ¥æñÚU ©‹ã´ð ÕÜ ÎðÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ·é¤ÀU
çßl×æÙ ÂýæßÏæÙæð´ ×ð´ â´àææðÏÙ ç·¤Øæ »ØæÐ °â.°.¥æÚU.°. (âæÚUæ) Ùð °×ÚUÁð´âè ŒÜæçÙ´» °´ÇU ·¤ØêçÙÅUè ÚUæ§ÅU ÅêU Ùæ𠰀ÅU,
1986, çÁâð ÅUæ§ÅUÜ III ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ Öè ÁæÙæ ÁæÌæ ãñ, ·ð¤ ÌãÌ ¥æÂæÌ·¤æÜèÙ ¹ÌÚUæð´ âð çÙÂÅUÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° °·¤ ×ãˆßÂê‡æü
âæßüÁçÙ·¤-çÙÁè çÙØæðÁÙ Âý‡ææÜè ·¤è SÍæÂÙæ ·¤èÐ çÙØæðÁÙ Âý‡ææÜè ·¤æ ÂýÕ´ÏÙ SÅðUÅU °×ÚUÁð´âè ÚðUSÂæ´â ·¤×ðÅUèÁ (°â
§ ¥æÚU âèÁ), çÁâ·ð¤ âÎSØ »ßÙüÚU mæÚUæ çÙØé€Ì ç·¤Øð ÁæÌð ãñ´ ¥æñÚU Áæð âæßüÁçÙ·¤ ¥æñÚU çÙÁè ¥æÂæÌ·¤æÜèÙ ¹ÌÚUæð´ ·ð¤
ÂýçÌ ÚUæ’Ø ·¤è ÂýçÌç·ý¤Øæ ·¤è çÙ»ÚUæÙè ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ´, ¥æñÚU Üæð·¤Ü °×ÚUÁð´âè ŒÜæçÙ´» ·¤×ðÅUèÁ (°Ü.§.¥æÚU.âèÁ.), çÁâ·ð¤
âÎSØ âÚU·¤æÚUè °Áð´çâØæð´, SÍæÙèØ ÂýçÌç·ý¤Øæˆ×·¤ â´»ÆUÙæð´ ¥æñÚU âæ×éÎæçØ·¤ â×êãæð´ âð ¿éÙð ÁæÌð ãñ, ç×Ü·¤ÚU ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ´Ð
71.
72.
ÒÁæðç¹× â´¿æÚÓ ·ð¤ çß·¤æ⠷𤠀Øæ ·¤æÚU·¤ ãñ´?
(1) ×æñç¹·¤ â´¿æÚU
(3) ßËÇüU ßæ§ÇU ßðÕ
(2)
(4)
çÜç¹Ì â´¿æÚU
×æÙß Áæðç¹×
ãæÜ ãè ×ð´ ÒÒ¥æÂÎæ â´¿æÚUÓÓ »çÌçßçÏØæ¡ ç·¤â Âý·¤æÚU çß·¤çâÌ ãé§ü?
(1) ÂØæüßÚU‡æ SߑÀUÌæ ¥çÖØæÙ mæÚUæ
(2) ÙØð ÂØæüßÚU‡æ â´Õ´Ïè ·¤æÙêÙ mæÚUæ
(3) â×æÁ çߙææÙ mæÚUæ
(4) ×æÙßèØ §‘ÀUæ¥æð´ mæÚUæ
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73.
74.
75.
Who widely used the term ‘risk communications’ ?
(1)
Vincent Covello
(2)
Richard Peters
(3)
David McCallum
(4)
William Ruckelshaus
What is SARA’s contribution ?
(1)
Public - Private Planning Process (2)
Environmental risk
(3)
EPA
(4)
Legislative efforts
What is the achievement of EPA ?
(1)
Risk taking
(2)
Research
(3)
Community involvement
(4)
Right to Know Act
-o0o-
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73.
74.
75.
ç·¤âÙð ÒÁæðç¹× â´¿æÚUÓ ÂÎ ·¤æ ÃØæ·¤ §SÌð×æÜ ç·¤Øæ ?
(1)
çß´âð´ÅU ·¤æðßðÜæð
(2)
çÚU¿ÇüU ÂèÅUâü
(3)
ÇðUçßÇU ×ñ·¤·¤Ü×
(4)
çßçÜØ× ÚU·ð¤Üàææòâ
°â.°.¥æÚ.°. (âæÚUæ) ·¤æ Øæð»ÎæÙ €Øæ ãñ?
(1)
âæßüÁçÙ·¤-çÙÁè çÙØæðÁÙ Âý‡ææÜè
(2)
ÂØæüßÚU‡æ â´Õ´Ïè Áæðç¹×
(3)
§ü.Âè.°.
(4)
·¤æÙêÙè ÂýØæâ
§ü.Âè.°. ·¤è €Øæ ©ÂÜçŽÏ ãñ?
(1)
Áæðç¹× ©ÆUæÙæ
(2)
¥Ùéâ´ÏæÙ
(3)
âæ×éÎæçØ·¤ â×æßðàæÙ
(4)
ÚUæ§ÅU ÅêU Ùæ𠰀ÅU
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