KSET 2017 Paper 1 Solved Question Paper with Answers

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KSET 2017 Questions Paper – Welcome to the KSET / NET Preparation classes. To make your learning more creative and enjoyable i’m herewith launching the Practice test series for KSET/NET exam. Following is the KSET 2017 question paper, you can take the practice test and record your answers. After that finally submit your answers. once you submit the answers it shows the number of questions you have answered and correct answers given and percentage you have scored.

Very importantly after submission it shows the detailed report for each question like answer you have chosen and correct answer for that question.

 

Very importantly after submission it shows the detailed report for each question like answer you have chosen and correct answer for that question.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KSET Question Paper 2017 – Paper 1 (Kannada)

KSET 2017 Paper 1 Key Answers

Welcome to KSET 2017 Solved Question Paper - General Paper 1 Test

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1. Humidity in the air
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2. Who described dams as ‘pilgrim centres of development’ ?
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3.  State which of the following is false.
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4. Match the following :

                   List – I                  List – II





    1. Silent Valley               a. Karnataka

    2. Appiko                         b. Madhya Pradesh

    3. Chipko                         c. Kerala

    4. Sardar Sarovar           d. Uttar Pradesh




 Codes :

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5. The word ‘Ecosystem’ was coined by
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6. The Comprehensive Wild Life Protection Act in India came into being in the year
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7. A dynamic approach to learning implies
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8. A student who seeks meaning and reasoning for what s/he learns can be classified as
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9. Which of the following practice belongs to the method of Diagnostic Evaluation ?
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10. A pragmatic educational philosophy would believe that
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11. Which of the following is an example of ‘Intervening variable’ ?
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12. Which of the following does not apply to Micro-teaching ?
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13. f any person uses official uniforms of naval authorities to falsely represent himself to be a naval officer, he or she shall be guilty of an offence under
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14. An editor, according to Section 3(2) of the Working Journalists Act, (an editor) may be retrenched from service with a notice period of
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15. Name the official public broadcaster of the country.
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16. Indian Press Council consists of
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16. Under IPC 124A, whoever by words either spoken or written brings hatred towards a government established by law in India is an offender under
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18. In India who ever defames another person shall be punishable with
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19. Two statements (a) and (b) given below are followed by two conclusions (i) and (ii). You have to consider the statements are true. Which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements ?

 Statements :


 (a) Some musicians are singers.


 (b) All the singers are dancers.


Conclusions :


 (i) Some musicians are dancers.


 (ii) No singer is musician.

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20. In the following question a statement is followed by two conclusions numbered (I) and (II). You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the two conclusion and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt.

Statement :


 The Government of India has decided to allocate Rs. 100 crores each year for 5 years for developing smart cities project




Conclusion :


 (I) Rs. 500 crores is not sufficient for developing smart cities project in India.


 (II) Rs. 500 crores is adequate for developing smart cities project in India.

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21. The question below is followed by two arguments (I) and (II). Decide which of the arguments is “strong” and which is “weak”. Choose the correct answer from the given below.

 Statement :


 Should all the infrastructure development projects in India be given to the private sector ?


 Arguments :


 (I) No, private sector units are not equipped with the necessary assets to execute such projects


 (II) Yes, in a developing country such projects could be executed by the private sector.

22. 
If the statement “all students are intelligent” is true, which of the following statements are false ?

 (i) No students are intelligent.


 (ii) Some students are intelligent.


 (iii) Some students are not intelligent.

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23. Choose the pair of words which shows the same relationship as given at the top. Protagonist: Character
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24.There were 6 friends A, B, C, D, E and F. Everyone is good in one of the following games : Baseball, Volleyball, Carom, Hockey, TT and Polo. Each owns a different coloured car-yellow, green, black, white, blue and red. D plays polo and has yellow car. C does not play TT and Hockey and owns neither blue nor yellow car. E has white car and plays Baseball. B doesn’t play TT, he has red car. A plays carom and has black car. Based on this information answer the following question : Which coloured car F owns and which game F plays ?

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25. Research ethics does not include
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26. Newton’s discovery of the law of gravity belongs to
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27. While sampling, if a researcher decides to interview every 15th name on a list, it is an example of
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28. UGC insists on research papers to be published in Journals with
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29. External validity in research refers to
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30. When the likely effects of an incident on a dependent variable are investigated, it is known as
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31. ‘University News’ is a weekly journal brought out by
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32. Name the Director of NAAC
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33. Expand RUSA.
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34. The Constitution of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on
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35. Higher education in India is the responsibility of
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36. The Headquarters of NCRI is in
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37. PDF is an abbreviation for
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38. 4 GB is equal to
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39. VOIP means
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40. DNS means

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12 Responses to KSET 2017 Paper 1 Solved Question Paper with Answers

  1. Dakshayini G T says:

    Thank you so much sir this opportunity…it is very usefull for learners… Thank you

  2. Dakshayini G T says:

    Thank you so much sir for this opportunity….it is very usefull for beginners

  3. L S Ambika says:

    sir,for question number36,38 answered correctly it showed wrong answer

  4. This is very useful for net and kset students
    Thank you for your opportunity

  5. Ravi Kiran says:

    Thank you sir
    If you donmind please provide English literature seminars

  6. Yogesh M P says:

    Thank you sir for you helping of my achievement but one problem beacuse some one answer always right but shown wrong,, finally very helpful Thank you so much sir

  7. chaitra says:

    Hello sir..For some questions from the above test displayed as wrong answer even the answer is right.

  8. SomaGhosh says:

    It’s very helpful . Thanks a lot.

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