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NET Physical Education (Paper II)
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PAPER—II
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Time : 1¼ hours]
Number of Pages in this Booklet : 24
Number of Questions in this Booklet : 50
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P.T.O.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PAPER—II
Note :
1.
2.
This paper contains fifty (50) multiple-choice questions, each question carrying
two (2) marks. Attempt all of them.
The Olympic movement was brought to India by :
(A)
Sir Dorabji Tata
(B)
Prof. G. D. Sondhi
(C)
Maharaja Yadvendra Singh
(D)
Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru
2010 Commonwealth games will be held at :
(A)
3.
4.
7.
8.
Pakistan
(C)
India
(A)
Cognitive domain
(B)
Psychomotor domain
(C)
Affective domain
(D)
All of the above
(D)
Greece
(D)
Thorndike
(D)
Descrates
‘Pyknic’ is one of the body type as classified by :
Sheldon
(B)
Kretchmer
(C)
Bucher
The author of great epics “Iliad and Odyssey” was :
(A)
6.
(B)
The new look at the objectives of Physical Education :
(A)
5.
China
Plato
(B)
Aristotle
(C)
Homer
Active site of energy production in the cell is :
(A)
Mitochondria
(B)
Chromosomes
(C)
Nucleus
(D)
Golgi Apparatus
Which one of the following is not the part of Hydrotherapy ?
(A)
Whirl Pool Bath
(B)
Contrast Bath
(C)
Wax Bath
(D)
Cryotherapy
The greater number of white muscle fiber are found in :
(A)
Marathon Runner
(B)
Sprinter
(C)
Cross-Country Runner
(D)
Middle Distance Runner
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ÂýàÙ˜æ—II
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1.
§â ÂýàÙ˜æ ×𢠿æâ (50) Õãé-çß·¤ËÂèØ ÂýàÙ ãñ¢Ð ÂýˆØð·¤ ÂýàÙ ·ð¤ Îô (2) ¥¢·¤ ãñ¢Ð âÖè ÂýàÙô¢ ·ð¤ ©•æÚU
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ÖæÚÌ ×ð´ ¥æðÜç•Â·¤ ¥‹ÎæðÜÙ ·ð¤ Á‹×ÎæÌæ Íð Ñ
(A) âÚ ÎæðÚæÕÁè ÅæÅæ
(C) ×ãæÚæÁæ ØÎßð‹Îý çâ´ã
(B)
(D)
Âýæð. Áè.Çè. âæð‹Ïè
´. ÁßæãÚ ÜæÜ ÙðãM¤
2.
âÙ÷ 2010 ×ð´ ·¤æ×ÙßñËÍ ¹ðÜæð ·¤æ ¥æØæðÁÙ ·¤ãæ¡ ç·¤Øæ ÁæØð»æ ?
(A) ¿èÙ
(B) Âæç·¤SÌæÙ
(C) ÖæÚÌ
(D) »ýèâ
3.
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(A) ·¤æñ»ÙðçÅß Çæð×ðÙ
(C) °Èñ¤ç•Åß Çæð×ðÙ
(B)
(D)
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©ÂÚæð•Ì âÖè
4.
ç·¤çÙ·¤ °·¤ àæÚèÚ ·¤æ Âý·¤æÚ ãñ Áæð çÙ•Ù ×ð´ ç·¤â·ð¤ mæÚæ ß»èü·ë¤Ì ç·¤Øæ »Øæ ãñ?
(A) àæðËÇÙ
(B) ·ý¤à¿×Ú
(C) Õê¿Ú
(D) ÍæðÙü÷ÇæØ·¤
5.
×ãæÙ »ý‹Í ÒÒ§çÜØæÇ °ß´ ¥æðçÇâèÓÓ ·ð¤ Ú¿ðØÌæ Íð Ñ
(A) ŒÜêÅæð
(B) ¥ÚSÌê
(C) ãæð×Ú
(D) çÇS·ýð¤Å÷â
6.
·¤æðçá·¤æ ×ð´ ©Áæü ©ˆÂ‹Ù ·¤ÚÙð ßæÜæ Ìˆß ãñ Ñ
(A) ×æ§Åæð·¤æðç‹ÇþØæ
(C) ‹Øêç•ÜØâ
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(B)
çÙ•Ù ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âè ÁÜ ç¿ç·¤ˆâæ Ùãè´ ãñ´?
(A) ßÜü ÂêÜ ÕæÍ
(C) ßñ•â ÕæÍ
(B)
¥çÏ·¤ ×æ˜ææ ×ð´ âÈð¤Î ÂðàæèØ Ì´Ìé ÂæØð ÁæÌð ãñ´ Ñ
(A) ×ñÚæÍÙ Ïæß·¤ ×ð´
(C) ȤÚæüÅæ ÂæñÇ Ïæß·¤ ×ð´
(B)
7.
8.
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(D)
(D)
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P.T.O.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Newtons first law of motion is also known as :
(A)
Law of Reaction
(B)
Law of Inertia
(C)
Law of Effect
(D)
Law of Momentum
Tangential motion originates from :
(A)
Centre of a circle
(B)
Periphery of a circle
(C)
Centripetal force
(D)
Radial line
The force created between two contacting surfaces is called as :
(A)
Friction
(B)
Gravitation
(C)
Acceleration
(D)
Centrifugal Force
An example of Mediolateral Axis and Sagittal Plane movement is :
(A)
Radial deviation of wrist
(B)
Transverse rotation of vertebral column
(C)
Flexion of Hip
(D)
None of the above
The Eysenik Personality Inventory (EPI) measures :
(A)
Introversion only
(B)
Extroversion only
(C)
Personality structure
(D)
Introversion and extroversion
Personality development is the outcome of :
(A)
Heredity
(B)
Diet
(C)
Environment
(D)
Heredity and Environment
Physiological improvement brought about by psychological mechanism is :
(A)
Hypnosis
(B)
Bio-mechanical changes
(C)
Placebo effect
(D)
Meditation
‘Spark Plug’ of any school programme is :
(A)
Curriculum
(B)
Time Table
(C)
Syllabus
(D)
Students
Professional preparation of physical education teachers is governed by :
(A)
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(B)
AICTE
(C)
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NCTE
(D)
NAAC
9.
‹ØêÅÙ mæÚæ ÂýçÌÂæçÎÌ »çÌ ·ð¤ ÂýÍ× çÙØ× ·¤æð ·¤ãæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ
(A) ÂýçÌç·ý¤Øæ ·¤æ çÙØ×
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(B) çSÍÚÌæ ·¤æ çÙØ×
(C) ÂýÖæß ·¤æ çÙØ×
(D) â´ßð» ·¤æ çÙØ×
10.
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(A) ßë•æ ·ð¤ ·ð¤‹Îý âð
(C) ¥çÖ·ð¤‹ÎýèØ ÕÜ âð
(B)
(D)
ßë•æ ·¤è ÂÚçÏ âð
ÚðçÇØÜ Üæ§Ù âð
11.
Îæð âÌãæð´ ·ð¤ SÂàæü â𠩈‹٠ãæðÙð ßæÜæ ÕÜ ·¤ãÜæÌæ ãñ Ñ
(A) ƒæáü‡æ
(B) ¥æ·¤áü‡æ
(C) °âèÜÚðàæÙ
(D) ¥Â·ð¤‹ÎýèØ ÕÜ
12.
×ðçÇØæðÜðÅþÜ °ç•âÁ °ß´ âÁÅÜ ŒÜðÙ »çÌ ·ð¤ ©ÎæãÚ‡æ ãñ Ñ
(A) ·¤Üæ§ü ·¤æ ÚðçÇØÜ ÇðçßØðàæÙ
(B) ×ðM¤Î´Ç ·¤æ Åþæ‹âßâü ÚæðÅðàæÙ
(C) çã ·¤æ •Üð•âÙ
(D) ©ÂÚæð•Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æð§ü Ùãè´
13.
¥æ§üÁçÙ·¤ ·¤è ÂâüÙðçÜÅè §‹ßð‹Åþè ×æÂÌè ãñ Ñ
(A) §‹ÅþæðßÁüÙ
(C) ÂâüÙðçÜÅè SÅþð•¿Ú
(B)
ÃØç•Ìˆß ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ÂÚ‡æçÌ ãñ Ñ
(A) ß´àææÙé·ý¤×
(C) ßæÌæßÚ‡æ
(B)
14.
(D)
(D)
°•âÅþæðßÁüÙ
§‹ÅþæðßÁüÙ °ß´ °•âÅþæð ßÁüÙ
ÖæðÁÙ
ß´àææÙé·ý¤× °ß´ ßæÌæßÚ‡æ
15.
×Ùæðßñ™ææçÙ·¤ Âýç·ý¤Øæ ·ð¤ mæÚæ ç·ý¤Øæˆ×·¤ âéÏæÚ ÜæØð ÁæÙð ·¤æð ·¤ãÌð ãñ Ñ
(A) çãŒÙæðçââ
(B) ÕæØæð×ð·ð¤çÙ·¤Ü ¿ð´Áðâ
(C) ŒÜæâðÕæð §üÈð¤•Å
(D) ×ðÇèÅðàæÙ
16.
ç·¤âè Öè çßlæÜØ ·ð¤ çÙ•Ù ·¤æØü·ý¤×æð´ ×ð´ âð ç·¤âð ÒSÂæ·ü¤ ŒÜ»Ó ·¤ãæ Áæ â·¤Ìæ ãñ?
(A) ·¤Úè·é¤Ü×
(B) Åæ§× ÅðÕÜ
(C) çâÜðÕâ
(D) SÅêÇð‹Å÷â
17.
àææÚèçÚ·¤ çàæÿææ ·¤è ÃØßâæØ·¤ ÌñØæÚè ·¤è Îð¹Úð¹ ·¤ÚÙð ßæÜè â´SÍæ ãñ Ñ
(A) Øê.Áè.âè
(B) °.¥æ§ü.âè.Åè.§ü
(C) °Ù.âè.Åè.§ü.
(D) °Ù.°.°.âè
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18.
19.
20.
Shortest training cycle in sports is known as :
(A)
Micro Cycle
(B)
Macro Cycle
(C)
Meso Cycle
(D)
None of the above
Building blocks of the body are :
(A)
Vitamins
(B)
Minerals
(C)
Carbohydrates
(D)
Proteins
Caliper measured :
(A)
Height
(B)
Weight
(C)
Width
(D)
Circumference
Make the correct choice for question no. 21 to 25 from the assertions (A) and the
reason (R) given below :
21.
22.
23.
Assertion (A) :
Strength can be developed by performing exercises with submaximal
weight.
Reason (R) :
Exercise with submaximal weight develops muscle hypertrophy.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(C)
(A) is false but (R) is true
(D)
Both (A) and (R) are false
Assertion (A) :
External criticism establishes the authenticity or genuineness of data.
Reason (R) :
Researcher should get true data.
(A)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(B)
(R) is true but (A) is false
(C)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(D)
Both (A) and (R) are false
Assertion (A) :
Reliability of a test may be defined as the measure of consistency.
Reason (R) :
Split halves method cannot be a measure of reliability.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(C)
(A) is false but (R) is true
(D)
Both (A) and (R) are false
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18.
¹ðÜæð´ ×ð´ ‹ØêÙÌ× ¥ßçÏ ·¤è ÅþðçÙ´» âæ§ç·¤Ü ·¤ãÜæÌè ãñ Ñ
(A) ×槷ý¤æðâæ§ç·¤Ü
(B) ×ð·ý¤æðâæ§ç·¤Ü
(C) ×èÁæðâæ§ç·¤Ü
(D) ©ÂÚæð•Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æð§ü Ùãè
19.
àæÚèÚ ·ð¤ çÕçËÇ´» •Üæ•â ãñ Ñ
(A) çßÅæç×Ù
(C) ·¤æÕæðüãæ§ÇþðÅâ
(B)
·ñ¤ÜèÂÚ ×æÂÌæ ãñ Ñ
(A) ª¤¡¿æ§ü
(C) ¿æñǸæ§ü
(B)
20.
21.
(D)
(D)
ç×ÙÚËâ
ÂýæðÅèÙ
ßÁÙ
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(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñÐ
(B) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(C) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
(D) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñ´Ð
22.
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(A) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(B) (R) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (A) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(C) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(D) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñ´Ð
23.
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(A) :
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(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(B) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(C) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
(D) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñÐ
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25.
26.
27.
28.
Assertion (A) :
An important part of any relaxation procedure is to focus attention
on mental device.
Reason (R) :
Cool down activity is a mental relaxation device.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
Both (A) and (R) are false
(C)
(A) is false but (R) is true
(D)
(A) is true but (R) is false
Assertion (A) :
Wrestling competitions are conducted in different weight category.
Reason (R) :
A wrestler with more weight is slow mover in competition.
(A)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(B)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(C)
Both (A) and (R) are false
(D)
(A) is false but (R) is true
Assertion (A) :
The coordinated action of skeletal muscles with bones of skeletal system
forms a complex system of anatomical levers.
Reason (R) :
Flexion of elbow is second class lever.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(C)
(A) is false but (R) is true
(D)
Both (A) and (R) are false
Assertion (A) :
Flexing your elbow, have someone tried to extend your forearm by
pulling down on your wrist is an example of eccentric contraction.
Reason (R) :
Climbing up the hill is the eccentric training.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
Both (A) and (R) are false
(C)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(D)
(A) is false but (R) is true
Assertion (A) :
Maturation of subjects over a period of time is one of the internal
threat to experimental validity.
Reason (R) :
Maturation threat is best controlled by randomly assigning subjects
to experimental and control groups.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation
(B)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(C)
(A) is not true but (R) is false
(D)
(A) is false but (R) is true
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24.
·¤ÍÙ (A) : çàæÍÜè·¤Ú‡æ çßçÏ ·¤æ ×ãˆßÂê‡æü Öæ» ×æÙçâ·¤ ©Â·¤Ú‡æ ·¤è ¥æðÚ ŠØæÙ ·ð¤ç‹ÎýÌ ·¤ÚÙæ ãñÐ
·¤æÚ‡æ (R) : Ò·ê¤Ü Çæ©ÙÓ ç·ý¤Øæ·¤Üæ °·¤ ×æÙçâ·¤ çàæÍÜè·¤Ú‡æ Âýç·ý¤Øæ ãñÐ
(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(B) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ã´ñÐ
(C) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
(D) (A) âãè ãñ´, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
25.
·¤ÍÙ (A) : ·é¤àÌè ·¤è ÂýçÌØæðç»Ìæ°´ð ÒßÁÙ ß»èü·¤Ú‡æÓ ·ð¤ ¥æÏæÚ ÂÚ ¥æØæðçÁÌ ·¤è ÁæÌè ãñ´Ð
·¤æÚ‡æ (R) : ¥çÏ·¤ ßÁÙ ßæÜð ÂãÜßæÙ ·¤è »çÌ ÂýçÌØæðç»Ìæ ·ð¤ â×Ø ÏèÚð ãæðÌè ãñÐ
(A) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(B) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñÐ
(C) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñ´Ð
(D) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
26.
·¤ÍÙ (A) : ·´¤·¤æÜè ÂðçàæØæð´ °ß´ ãçaØæð´ ·¤æ âæ׋ÁSØÂê‡æü ·¤æØü àææÚèçÚ·¤ ©ˆÌæðÜ·¤æð´ ·¤æ ÁçÅÜ Ì´˜æ ÕÙæÌæ ãñÐ
·¤æÚ‡æ (R) : ·é¤ãÙè ·¤æ ¥´·é¤¿Ù çmÌèØ Âý·¤æÚ ·¤æ ©ˆÌæðÜ·¤ ãñÐ
(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(B) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(C) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
(D) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñÐ
27.
·¤ÍÙ
(A) :
28.
·¤ÍÙ
(A) :
¥·´é¤ç¿Ì ·é¤ãÙè ·¤æð ç·¤âè ·ð¤ mæÚæ ¥æ·¤è ·¤Üæ§ü ·¤æð Ùè¿ð ·¤è ¥æðÚ ¹è´¿·¤Ú ¥»ýßæã, ·¤æð
Èñ¤ÜæÙæ °·¤ ©ˆ·ð¤‹ÎýèØ â´·é¤¿Ù ·¤æ ©ÎæãÚ‡æ ãñÐ
·¤æÚ‡æ (R) : ÂãæÇ ÂÚ ¿É¸Ùæ ©ˆ·ð¤‹ÎýèØ â´·é¤¿Ù ãðÌé Âýçàæÿæ‡æ ãñÐ
(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(B) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñ´Ð
(C) (A) âãè ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(D) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
·é¤À â×Ø ·ð¤ ©ÂÚæ‹Ì Òâ•Áð•ÅÓ ·¤è ÂçÚ•ßÌæ ÂýØæð»æˆ×·¤ çßàßæâçÙØÌæ ãðÌé ¥æ‹ÌçÚ·¤ ¥æàæ´·¤æ
ãñÐ
·¤æÚ‡æ (R) : ÂýæØæðç»·¤ °ß´ çÙØ´ç˜æÌ ÎÜæð´ ×ð´ Òâ•Áð•Å÷âÓ ·¤æð ØæÎëç‘À·¤ çßçÏ âð Õæ¡ÅÙð ÂÚ ÂçÚ•ßÌæ ·¤è
â×SØæ ·¤æð çÙØ´ç˜æÌ ç·¤Øæ Áæ â·¤Ìæ ãñÐ
(A) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´, ÂÚ‹Ìé (R) âãè SÂCè·¤Ú‡æ Ùãè´ ãñÐ
(B) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñÐ
(C) (A) ¥æñÚ (R) ÎæðÙæð´ »ÜÌ ãñÐ
(D) (A) »ÜÌ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù (R) âãè ãñÐ
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29.
30.
Mention the correct order of sequence of organs in respiratory track :
(A)
Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Alveoli
(B)
Nose, Larynx, Pharynx, Alveoli
(C)
Pharynx, Larynx, Alveoli, Nose
(D)
Nose, Alveoli, Pharynx, Larynx
Olympic venues are given below, write the sequential order of their occurrence :
(i)
Mexico
(ii)
Moscow
(iii)
Montreal
(iv)
Munich
Code :
31.
(A)
1968, 1976, 1996, 1980
(B)
1976, 1996, 1968, 1980
(C)
1968, 1980, 1976, 1996
(D)
1980, 1976, 1968, 1996
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
Hockey
(i)
Rover’s Cup
(b)
Badminton
(ii)
Davis Cup
(c)
Foot Ball
(iii)
Uber Cup
(d)
Tennis
(iv)
Rangaswami Cup
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(B)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(C)
(iv)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(D)
(iv)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
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29.
30.
àßâÙ â´SÍæÙ ·ð¤ çßçÖóæ ¥ßØßæð´ ·¤è âãè ·ý¤×ÕhÌæ ·¤æ ¿ØÙ ·¤èçÁØðÐ
(A)
Ùæð$Á, Èð¤çÚ´‚â, ÜðçÚ´‚â, °ËßæðÜæ§ü
(B)
Ùæð$Á, ÜðçÚ´‚â, Èð¤çÚ´‚â, °ËßæðÜæ§ü
(C)
Èð¤çÚ´‚â, ÜðçÚ´‚â, °ËßæðÜæ§ü, Ùæð$Á
(D)
Ùæð$Á, °ËßæðÜæ§ü, Èð¤çÚ´‚â, ÜðçÚ´‚â
¥æðÜç•Â·¤ ¹ðÜæð ·ð¤ ¥æØæðÁÙ SÍÜ Ùè¿ð ÎàææüØð »° ãñ, ©Ù·¤è ƒæçÅÌ ãæðÙð ·ð¤ çãâæÕ âð ·ý¤×Õh ·¤èçÁØðÐ
(i)
×ñç•â·¤æð
(ii)
×æS·¤æð
(iii)
×æç‹ÅþØæÜ
(iv)
•ØéçÙ·¤
·ê¤Å Ñ
31.
(A)
1968, 1976, 1996, 1980
(B)
1976, 1996, 1968, 1980
(C)
1968, 1980, 1976, 1996
(D)
1980, 1976, 1968, 1996
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé° âãè ©•æÚ çܹð´ Ñ
âê¿è-I
âê¿è-II
(a)
ãæ·¤è
(i)
Úæðßâü ·¤Â
(b)
ÕñÇç׋ÅÙ
(ii)
Çðçßâ ·¤Â
(c)
Èé¤ÅÕæÜ
(iii)
©ÕðÚ ·¤Â
(d)
ÅñçÙâ
(iv)
Ú´»æSßæ×è ·¤Â
·ê¤Å Ñ
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(B)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(C)
(iv)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(D)
(iv)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
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32.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
P.N.F. training
(i)
Power
(b)
Plyometric
(ii)
Strength
(c)
Fart-lek
(iii)
Flexibility
(d)
Weight training
(iv)
Speed Play
Codes :
33.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(B)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(C)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(D)
(iv)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
Long bone
(i)
Phalanges
(b)
Flat bone
(ii)
Humerus
(c)
Short bone
(iii)
Frontal
(d)
Irregular bone
(iv)
Vertebrate
Codes :
34.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(B)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(C)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(D)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
Platelets
(i)
Insulin
(b)
Low haemoglobin
(ii)
H.D.L
(c)
Diabetes
(iii)
Anemia
(d)
Cholesterol
(iv)
Thrombocytes
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(iv)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(B)
(iv)
(ii)
(i)
(iii)
(C)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(D)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
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32.
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé°, âãè ©•æÚ çܹð´Ð
âê¿è-II
âê¿è-I
(a) Âè.°Ù.°È¤. ÅþðçÙ´»
(i)
ÕÜ
(b) ŒÜæØ×ñçÅþ·¤
(ii) àæç•Ì
(c) ȤæÅüÜñ·¤
(iii) Ü¿èÜæÂÙ
(d) ßðÅ ÅþðçÙ´»
(iv) SÂèÇ ŒÜð
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
33.
(b)
(i)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(c)
(iv)
(iii)
(iv)
(iii)
(d)
(ii)
(iv)
(ii)
(i)
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´, ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé°, âãè ©•æÚ çܹð´ Ñ
âê¿è-I
âê¿è-II
(a) Üæ¡» ÕæðÙ
(i)
Èñ¤Üð‹Áèâ
(b) •ÜðÅ ÕæðÙ
(ii) sê×Úâ
(c) àææÅü ÕæðÙ
(iii) Èý¤‹ÅÜ
(d) §ÚÚð»éÜÚ ÕæðÙ
(iv) ßÅèüÕýðÅ÷â
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
34.
(a)
(iii)
(ii)
(i)
(iv)
(a)
(i)
(ii)
(ii)
(ii)
(b)
(iii)
(i)
(iii)
(iii)
(c)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(d)
(iv)
(iv)
(i)
(iv)
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé° âãè ©•æÚ çܹð´ Ñ
âê¿è-I
âê¿è-II
(a) ŒÜðÅÜñÅ÷â
(i)
§‹âéçÜÙ
(b) Üæð-ãè×æð‚ÜæðçÕÙ
(ii) °¿.Çè.°Ü.
(c) ÇæØçÕÅè$Á
(iii) ¥Ùðç×Øæ
(d) ·ñ¤ÜSÅþæðÜ
(iv) Íý•Õæðâæ§Å÷â
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
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(a)
(iv)
(iv)
(ii)
(i)
(b)
(iii)
(ii)
(iii)
(ii)
(c)
(i)
(i)
(iv)
(iii)
(d)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
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35.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
Round robin
(i)
Knock out cum league tournament
(b)
Elimination
(ii)
Knock out tournament
(c)
Within Institution
(iii)
League tournament
(d)
Combination
(iv)
Interamurals
Codes :
36.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(B)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(C)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(D)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(i)
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a)
Mean
(i)
∑ x2
N
(b)
Standard Deviation
(ii)
∑ X2
N
(c)
Quartile Deviation
(iii)
∑ x2
N
(d)
Variance
(iv)
Q 3 − Q1
2
Codes :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(B)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(C)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(D)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(i)
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35.
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé° âãè ©•æÚ çܹð´ Ñ
âê¿è-I
âê¿è-II
(a)
Úæ©‹Ç ÚæðçÕÙ
(i)
Ùæ·¤ ¥æª¤Å ·¤× Üè» ÅêÙæü×ð‹Å
(b)
§çÜç×ÙðàæÙ
(ii)
Ùæ·¤ ¥æª¤Å ÅêÙæü×ð‹Å
(c)
çßçÎÙ §‹SÅèÅ÷ØêàæÙ
(iii)
Üè» ÅêÙæü×ð‹Å
(d)
·¤•ÕèÙðàæÙ
(iv)
§‹Åþæ•ØêÚÜ
·ê¤Å Ñ
36.
∑x
N
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(iv)
(B)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(ii)
(C)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(D)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(i)
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé°, âãè ©•æÚ ÎèçÁ°Ð
âê¿è-I
2
âê¿è-II
(a)
×èÙ
(i)
(b)
SÅð‹ÇÇü ÇðçßØðàæÙ
(ii)
(c)
Úð‹Á
(iii)
∑ x2
N
(d)
ßðçÚØð‹â
(iv)
Q 3 − Q1
2
∑ X2
N
·ê¤Å Ñ
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(A)
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(iv)
(B)
(i)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(C)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(i)
(D)
(iii)
(ii)
(iv)
(i)
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37.
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below :
List - I
List - II
(a) Miller Wall Volley Test
(i)
Basket Ball
(b) Knox Test
(ii) Foot Ball
(c) Mc Donald Test
(iii) Tennis
(d) Dyer’s Test
(iv) Badminton
Codes :
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (iv) (i)
(ii) (iii)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(ii)
(ii)
(iv)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(iv)
(iii)
(iii)
(i)
(i)
(i)
38.
Which of the following pairs is correctly matched ?
(A) Stoppage of sweating mechanism result in - heat cramp.
(B) Heat lost is more in cold condition - hypothermic effect.
(C) Feed back system for muscular work - neuromuscular junction.
(D) Body mass index is the measure of - lean body fat.
39.
Which one of the following is not correctly matched ?
(A) Intensity and density
(B) Load and adaptation
(C) Conditioning and periodization
(D) Load and recovery
40.
Politics is the study of :
(i)
Conflicts
(ii) Religion
(iii) Policy
(iv) None of the above
Codes :
(A) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
(B) (i) and (ii) are correct
(C) (i) and (iii) are correct
(D) Only (iv) is correct
41.
Which one of the following
(A) Jimmy George
(B) Biachang Bhutia
(C) Anju B. George
(D) Aparna Popat
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-
correctly matched ?
Foot Ball
Volley Ball
High Jump
Badminton
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37.
âê¿è-I ·¤æ âê¿è-II âð ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ ÌÍæ Ùè¿ð çÎØð ·ê¤Å ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤ÚÌð ãé°, âãè ©•æÚ ÎèçÁ°Ð
âê¿è-I
âê¿è-II
(a) ç×ÜÚ ßæÜ ßæñÜè ÅñSÅ
(i)
ÕæS·ð¤Å ÕæÜ
(b) Ùæð•â ÅñSÅ
(ii) Èé¤ÅÕæÜ
(c) ×ñ·¤ ÇæðÙæËÇ ÅñSÅ
(iii) ÅñçÙâ
(d) ÇæØâü ÅñSÅ
(iv) ÕñÇç׋ÅÙ
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(a)
(iv)
(ii)
(ii)
(iv)
(b)
(i)
(iii)
(iv)
(ii)
(c)
(ii)
(iv)
(iii)
(iii)
(d)
(iii)
(i)
(i)
(i)
38.
çÙ•Ù ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ Øé‚× âãè ÁæðǸæ ãñÐ
(A) ÂâèÙð ·¤è ç·ý¤ØæçßçÏ M¤·¤Ùð ·¤æ ÂçÚ‡ææ× ãæðÌæ ãñ - ãèÅ ·ýð¤•Â
(B) Æ‹Ç ·ð¤ Îàææ ×ð´ ©c×æ ·¤æ ÿæÚ‡æ ¥çÏ·¤ ãæðÌæ ãñ - ãæ§ÂæðÍðÚç×·¤ §Èð¤•Å
(C) ÂðàæèØ ·¤æØü ·ð¤ çÜØð ÂéÙçÙüßðàæÙ ÃØßSÍæ - ‹ØêÚæð×S·é¤ÜÚ Á´•àæÙ
(D) àææÚèçÚ·¤ ÎýÃØ×æÙ çÙÎðüçàæ·¤æ ×æ·¤ ãñ - ÜèÙ ÕæÇè Èñ¤Å
39.
çÙ•Ù ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙâæ Øé‚× âãè ÁæðǸæ Ùãè´ ãñ?
(A) §‹Åðç‹âÅè °ß´ Çðç‹âÅè
(C) ·´¤ÇèàæçÙ´» °ß´ ÂçÚØÇæ§$ÁðàæÙ
40.
ÚæÁÙèçÌ ç·¤â·¤æ ¥ŠØØÙ ãñ Ñ
(i)
·¤æòÙ÷ç•Ü•Å
(ii) çÚçÜÁÙ
(iii) ÂæçÜâè
(iv) ©ÂÚæð•Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æð§ü Ùãè´
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A) (i), (ii) ¥æñÚ (iii) âãè ãñÐ
(B) (i) ¥æñÚ (ii) âãè ãñ´Ð
(C) (i) ¥æñÚ (iii) âãè ãñÐ
(D) ·ð¤ßÜ (iv) âãè ãñÐ
41.
çÙ•Ù ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ Øé‚× âãè ÁæðǸæ ãñ?
(A) çÁ×è ÁæÁü
Èé¤ÅÕæÜ
(B) Õæ§ç¿´» ÖêçÅØæ
ßæÜè ÕæÜ
(C) ¥‹Áê ÕæÕè ÁæÁü
ãæ§ü Á•Â
(D) ¥ÂÙæü ÂæðÂÅ
ÕñÇç׋ÅÙ
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42.
Degree of difficulty is associated with :
(i)
Archery
(ii)
Driving
(iii)
Swimming
(iv)
Wrestling
Codes :
43.
(A)
(i) and (ii) are correct
(B)
(ii) and (iii) are correct
(C)
only (ii) is correct
(D)
only (iv) is correct
Which of the following is not associated with Cricket :
(i)
Duck
(ii)
Square leg
(iii)
Short leg
(iv)
Long leg
Codes :
44.
(A)
only (iv) is correct
(B)
(i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
(C)
(ii) and (iii) are correct
(D)
(iii) and (iv) are correct
Number of water jumps in steeple chase is :
(A)
28
(B)
7
(C)
8
(D)
10
Read the passage below and answer the question no. 45 to 50 based on your
understanding of passage :
We are all aware of the tremeudous sums of money involved in the sports industry
in the United States alone, more than $ 100 billion a year is involved but we don’t
always consider the extent of the economic relationship, which involves more than
gate receipts, player salaries, and media contracts. When we include large corporations
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42.
·¤çÆÙÌæ ·¤æ SÌÚ â•Õç‹ÏÌ ãñ Ñ
(i)
ÌèÚ´ÎæÁè
(ii)
»æðÌæ¹æðÚè
(iii)
ÌñÚæ·¤è
(iv)
·é¤àÌè
·ê¤Å Ñ
43.
(A)
(i) ¥æñÚ (ii) ÎæðÙæð´
(B)
(ii) ¥æñÚ (iii) ÎæðÙæð´
(C)
·ð¤ßÜ (ii) âãè ãñÐ
(D)
·ð¤ßÜ (iv) âãè ãñÐ
âãè ãñ´Ð
âãè ãñ´Ð
çÙ•Ù ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ ç·ý¤·ð¤Å âð â•Õç‹ÏÌ Ùãè´ ãñ?
(i)
Ç·¤
(ii)
S•ßæØÚ Üñ»
(iii)
àææÅü Üñ»
(iv)
Üæ¡» Üñ»
·ê¤Å Ñ
44.
(A)
·ð¤ßÜ (iv) âãè ãñÐ
(B)
(i), (ii) ¥æñÚ (iii) âãè
(C)
(ii) ¥æñÚ (iii) âãè
(D)
(iii) ¥æñÚ (iv) âãè
ãñÐ
ãñÐ
ãñÐ
SÅèÂÜ ¿ð$Á ×ð ÒßæÅÚ Á•ŒâÓ ·¤è â´•Øæ ãæðÌè ãñ Ñ
(A)
28
(B)
7
(C)
8
(D)
10
ã× âÕ Øã ÁæÙÌð ãñ´ ç·¤ ·ð¤ßÜ ¥·ð¤Üð â´Øé•Ì ÚæCþæð´ ×ð´ ãè ¹ðÜ-·ê¤Î ©læð» ×ð´ çßÂéÜ ÏÙ Ü»æ ãé¥æ ãñ
çÁâ·¤è ×æ˜ææ °·¤ ßáü ×ð´ 100 çÕçÜØÙ ÇæÜÚ âð ¥çÏ·¤ ãñ, Üðç·¤Ù ã× §â ÕæÌ ÂÚ âÎñß çß¿æÚ Ùãè´ ·¤ÚÌð ç·¤
»ðÅ-çÚçâŒÅ÷â, ç¹ÜæçǸØæð´ ·ð¤ ßðÌÙ ÌÍæ â´¿æÚ ×æŠØ×æð´ âð ¥ÙéÕ´Ïæð´ ×ð´ §â Üæ»Ì ·¤è ×æ˜ææ ·¤æ ¥æçÍü·¤ â´Õ´Ï
•Øæ ãñÐ ã× ÁÕ §â×ð´ ·é¤À ¥‹Ø ÕæÌæð´ ·¤æð Öè âç•×çÜÌ ·¤ÚÌð ãñ´ - Áñâð ¹ðÜ-·ê¤Î ·¤è âæ×ç»ýØæð´ ·¤æ çÙ×æü‡æ
·¤ÚÙðßæÜð çßàææÜ çÙ»×æð´, ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î ×ð´ ÂãÙð ÁæÙð ßæÜð ßS˜ææð´ ·ð¤ çÙ×æüÌæ¥æð´, ßæSÌé çßÎæð´, Æð·ð¤ÎæÚæð´, ç·ý¤Çæ´»Ù SÍÜ
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that manufacture sporting goods; clothing manufacturers who produce athletic attire;
architects, contractors and designers who build, remodel and design stadia resort sites;
and concession owners and operators at sporting events, we can fully appreciate how
massive the sport industry actually is ? Yet, even these considerations don’t exhaust
the extensive and complex economic web of the business of sports. Whether directly or
indirectly, the economics of modern sport touches several levels of society, we can
easily include agents, lawyers, media representatives, trainees, managers, athletes, scouts
and maintenance personnel in this economic web. In addition, we cannot ignore sport
gambling, ranging from legalized wagering through race and sports booking and off
track betting, to consideration of bookies, gambling syndicate and part time
entrepreneurs who make illegal profits from sport.
For these reasons, it is clear that economic of sport cannot be easily separated
from legal, social or political consequences. Some of the more familiar aspects of
economics are related to professional sport. Several examples are the emergence of
player’s associations, collective bargaining and strikes. Interestingly, economic
considerations are not limited to professional sport. Amateur sport has also proved to
be quite profitable and although not frequently mentioned by the press, the university,
or the community at large, amateur sport is not immune from some of the same
controversial issues that plague professional sport. For instance, it has been estimated
that the 1984 Olympic games brought California $ 3 billion in revenue and created
close to 70,000 jobs for the Los Angeles area. In addition, the 1984 summer Olympic
earned a profit, returning a substantial amount to the Los Angeles area and to the
United States Olympic Committee. This profit is to be used to build stronger and better
U.S. Olympic teams in future. This model of U.S. is not so difficult to be adopted in
Indian sports. It is only a matter of management and worthy use of resources. Example
at hand is that of B.C.C.I. where it has run into profit to the tune of crores of rupees.
Others sports organisation may learn lesson from Indian Cricket Organisation.
45.
The main theme of the passage :
(i)
Sports and gambling
(ii)
History of sports-economic development
(iii)
Sports and modern India
(iv)
Economics of sports
Codes :
46.
(A)
(i) and (iv) are true
(B)
(i) and (ii) are true
(C)
(ii) and (iii) are false but (iv) is true
(D)
(ii) and (iv) are true
Economic web of sports includes :
(A)
Lawyers
(B)
Architects
(C)
Sports attire
(D)
All the above
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çßàææÜÌæ ·¤è ·¤Îý ·¤Ú â·ð´¤»ðÐ §Ù ÕæÌæð´ ·¤æð ŠØæÙ ×ð´ Ú¹Ùð ·ð¤ ÕæßÁêÎ Öè, ·ý¤èǸæ-ÃØßâæØ ·ð¤ çßSÌëÌ ÌÍæ
ÁçÅÜ ¥æçÍü·¤ ÁæÜ ·¤æð ÂêÚè ÌÚã SÂC ·¤Ú-ÂæÙæ â´Öß Ùãè´ ãñÐ §â ¥æçÍü·¤ ÁæÜ ×ð´ ã× °Áð´Åæð´, ß·¤èÜæð´, â´¿æÚ
×æŠØ×æð´ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌçÙçÏØæð´, Âýçàæÿæ‡ææçÍüØæð´, ÂýÕ´Ï·¤æð´, °ÍÜèÅæð´, S·¤æ©Åæð´ ÌÍæ Ú¹Ú¹æß-·¤×ü¿æçÚØæð´ ·¤æð ¥æâæÙè âð
âç•×çÜÌ ·¤Ú â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð §â·ð¤ ¥çÌçÚ•Ì ã× ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î âð ÁéǸð Áê¥æð ·¤è Öè ¥ÙÎð¹è Ùãè´ ·¤Ú â·¤Ìð Áæð ·¤æÙêÙè
Öè ãæð â·¤Ìð ãñ´ ¥æñÚ »ñÚ·¤æÙêÙè ÖèÐ Áñâð Úðâ ×ð´ àæÌü Ü»æÙæ, ·ý¤èǸæ ÿæð˜æ ·ð¤ ÎÜæÜ, ¹ðÜ ·ð¤ ×ñÎæÙ ·ð¤ ÕæãÚ ÕæÁè
Ü»æÙæ âð Üð·¤Ú °ðâð ÎÜæÜæð´, Áé¥æ-çâ´çÇ·ð¤Åæð´ ÌÍæ ¥´àæ·¤æçÜ·¤ ܃æé ©lç×Øæð´ ÂÚ çß¿æÚ ·¤ÚÙæ Áæð ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î âð
»ñÚ·¤æÙêÙè ×éÙæÈ¤æ ·¤×æÌð ãñ´Ð
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¥Ü» Ùãè´ çÁØæ Áæ â·¤ÌæÐ ¥æçÍü·¤ Âÿæ ·ð¤ ·é¤À ÁæÙð-Âã¿æÙð ÂãÜê Öè ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ ¹ðÜ·ê¤Îæð´ âð â´Õ´çÏÌ ãñ´Ð
ç¹ÜæǸè â´ƒææð´ ·ð¤ ÂýæÎéÖæüß, âæ×êçã·¤ âæñÎðÕæçÁØæð´ ÌÍæ ãǸÌæÜæ𴠷𤠥Ùð·¤ ©ÎæãÚ‡æ ç×ÜÌð ãñ´Ð ×ÙæðÚ´Á·¤ Ì‰Ø Øã
ãñ ç·¤ ¥æçÍü·¤ Âÿæ ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î Ì·¤ ãè âèç×Ì Ùãè´ ãñÐ àææñç·¤Øæ ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î Öè ¥ˆØçÏ·¤ ×éÙæÈð¤ÎæÚ
âæçÕÌ ãé¥æ ãñ ÌÍæ Ølç §â ÕæÌ ·¤è ÃØæ·¤ ¿¿æü Âýðâ, çßàßçßlæÜØ Øæ â×éÎæØ ×ð´ Ùãè´ ãæðÌè, ÌÍæçÂ
àææñç·¤Øæ ¹ðÜ ·ê¤Î Öè ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î ·¤æð »ýçâÌ ·¤ÚÙð ßæÜð çßßæÎæSÂÎ ×éÎ÷Îæð´ âð Ùãè´ Õ¿ ÂæØæ ãñÐ
©ÎæãÚ‡æSßM¤Â, Øã ¥Ùé×æÙ Ü»æØæ »Øæ ãñ ç·¤ 1984 ×ð´ ¥æØæðçÁÌ ¥æðÜ´ç·¤ »ð•â âð ·ñ¤çÜȤæðçÙüØæ ·¤æð 3
çÕçÜØÙ ÇæÜÚ ·¤è ¥æØ ãé§ü ÌÍæ Üæòâ °´ÁðËâ ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ 70,000 Ùæñ·¤çÚØæ𴠷𤠥ßâÚ ©ÂÜ•Ï ãé°Ð §â·ð¤
¥çÌçÚ•Ì 1984 ·ð¤ Òâ×Ú ¥æðÜ´ç·¤Ó ×ð´ §ÌÙæ ×éÙæȤæ ãé¥æ ç·¤ Üæòâ °´ÁðËâ ÿæð˜æ ÌÍæ ØêÙæ§ÅðÇ SÅðÅ÷â
¥æðÜ´ç·¤ ·¤ç×Åè ·¤æ𠥑Àè ¹æâè Ú·¤× ÜæñÅæ§ü »§üÐ ÖçßcØ ×ð´ §â Ú·¤× ·¤æ ©ÂØæð» ØéÙæ§ÅðÇ SÅðÅ÷â ×ð´
¥æðÜ´ç·¤ Åè× ·¤æð ÕðãÌÚ ÌÍæ ×ÁÕêÌ ÕÙæÙð ãðÌé ç·¤Øæ »ØæÐ ÖæÚÌèØ ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î ·ð¤ ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ ØéÙæ§ÅðÇ SÅðÅ÷â ·ð¤
×æðÇðÜ ·¤æð ¥ÂÙæÙæ §ÌÙæ ·¤çÆÙ ·¤æØü Ùãè´ ãñÐ §â·ð¤ çÜ° ÂýÕ´ÏÙ ÌÍæ â´âæÏÙæ𴠷𤠩ç¿Ì ©ÂØæð» ·¤è
¥æßàØ·¤Ìæ ãñÐ Õè.âè.âè.¥æ§ü. Öè °·¤ ©ÎæãÚ‡æ ãñ çÁâð ·¤ÚæðÇæð L¤ÂØæð´ ·¤æ ×éÙæȤæ ãé¥æ ãñÐ ÖæÚÌèØ ç·ý¤·ð¤Å
â´»ÆÙ âð ¥‹Ø ¹ðÜ·ê¤Î â´»ÆÙ Öè âè¹ Üð â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð
45.
46.
Üð¹æ´àæ ·¤æ ×é•Ø çßáØ ãñ´ Ñ
(i)
¹ðÜ ¥æñÚ Áê¥æ
(ii) ¹ðÜ §çÌãæâ - ¥æçÍü·¤ çß·¤æâ
(iii) ¹ðÜ ¥æñÚ ¥æÏéçÙ·¤ ÖæÚÌ
(iv) ¹ðÜ ¥ÍüàææS˜æ
·ê¤Å Ñ
(A) (i) ¥æñÚ (iv) ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´Ð
(C) (ii) ¥æñÚ (iii) »ÜÌ ãñ, ×»Ú (iv) âãè ãñÐ
¹ðÜ ·ð¤ ¥æçÍü·¤ ÁæÜ ×ð´ ¥æÌð ãñ´ Ñ
(A) ß·¤èÜ
(C) ¹ðÜ Âæðàææ·¤
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(D)
(B)
(D)
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(i) ¥æñÚ (ii) âãè
ãñ´Ð
(ii) ¥æñÚ (iv) âãè ãñÐ
ßæSÌé·¤æÚ
ª¤ÂÚ çܹð âÕ
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47.
48.
The above passage highlights that sports cannot be separated from :
(A)
Legal aspects
(B)
Religious aspects
(C)
Both (A) and (B) are true
(D)
(A) is true but (B) is false
Hosting of Olympics brings :
(A)
49.
50.
Profits
(B)
Jobs
(C)
Prestige
(D)
All the above
Can U.S. model be applied in India for hosting games ?
(A)
Yes
(B)
No
(C)
Not at all
(D)
None of the above
Assertion (A) : Amateur sports can also be made as profitable venture.
Reason (R) :
The growth of B.C.C.I. in India is due to amateurism.
(A)
Both (A) and (R) are true
(B)
(A) is true but (R) is false
(C)
(A) is false but (R) is true
(D)
Both (A) and (R) are false
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47.
48.
49.
50.
ª¤ÂÚçÜç¹Ì Üð¹æ´àæ ÎàææüÌæ ãñ ç·¤ ¹ðÜ ·¤æð §Ùâð ÁéÎæ Ùãè´ ç·¤Øæ Áæ â·¤Ìæ Ñ
(A)
·¤æÙêÙè ÂãÜê
(B)
Ïæç×ü·¤ ÂãÜê
(C)
(A) ¥æñÚ (B) ÎæðÙæð´
(D)
(A) âãè
âãè ãñ´
ãñ ÂÚ‹Ìé (B) »ÜÌ ãñ
¥æðÜ´ç·¤ ·ð¤ ¥æØæðÁÙ âð ¥æÌæ ãñ´ Ñ
(A)
×éÙæȤæ
(B)
Ùæñ·¤çÚØæ´
(C)
â•×æÙ
(D)
ª¤ÂÚ çܹð âÖè
•Øæ ¥×ðçÚ·¤æ ·ð¤ ×æðÇðÜ ·¤æð ÖæÚÌ ×ð´ ¹ðÜæð´ ·¤è ×ðÁßæÙè ãðÌê Üæ»ê ç·¤Øæ Áæ â·¤Ìæ ãñ?
(A)
ãæ´
(B)
Ùãè´
(C)
çÕÜ·é¤Ü Ùãè´
(D)
ª¤ÂÚ çÜç¹Ì ·¤æð§ü Öè Ùãè´
Îëɸ·¤ÍÙ (A) :
àææñç·¤Øæ ¹ðÜ ·¤æð ×éÙæÈð¤ßæÜæ ÕÙæØæ Áæ â·¤Ìæ ãñÐ
Ì·ü¤ (R) :
àææñç·¤Øæ ¹ðÜ ·¤è ÂÚ´ÂÚæ âð ãè ÖæÚÌ ×ð´ Õè.âè.âè.¥æ§ü. çß·¤çâÌ ãé¥æÐ
(A)
ÎæðÙæð´ (A) ¥æñÚ (R) âãè ãñ´Ð
(B)
(A) âãè
(C)
(A) »ÜÌ
(D)
ÎæðÙæð´ (A) ¥æñÚ (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ ×»Ú (R) »ÜÌ ãñÐ
ãñ ×»Ú (R) âãè ãñÐ
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