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(Download) PSBTE & IT: JET Practice Test Paper - 2011 (Solved)

The Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training

JET Practice Test Paper - 2011

Read the following passage and choose the correct option out of the four options given at the end of the each question (from question No. 1 to 6).

Man is no doubt a great architect. But many members of the animal kingdom are no less. Their innovative designs and building techniques can inspire and put to shame many an expert. The ingenious use of available material amazes everyone. Meet the enterprising architects. Beavers are well–known for the dams and lodges they build. They have short and strong front teeth. With this, they gnaw through the trunk of trees, branches and cut pieces of necessary length. They choose a narrow part of the stream and drag all the wood to it. A four–to–five feet high dam is built with logs and interwoven branches, which are held firmly with mud and stones carried in their paws. Moles, gerbils, lemmings, besides rabbits, build their homes underground. Just one mole can dig a tunnel over 225 feet long in a night.

Their homes have a network of passages and tunnels, which they keep extending. They throw out the earth, creating molehills and several exits. Gerbils found in Africa and Asia, also make burrows with several tunnels, which they constantly keep cleaning, renovating and extending. When there is a scarcity of food or flooding, they move to other burrows. Lemmings build a vast system of halls and tunnels, with several nests, storage facilities and even toilets. The mole rat has huge protruding incisors, which work as picks. These animals live on worms found underground. Moles bite the nerve center of earthworms, then immobilize and store them for later use. Their short hairs can move in all directions, thereby allowing the animal to burrow without dirt getting lodged in its fur.


Syllabus and Sample Paper for M.Tech. (IT) Written Admission Test, IIIT Allahabad

Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Allahabad

Syllabus and Sample Paper for Written Examination for admission to M. Tech. (IT) Program

Written test will be held simultaneously for all streams and specializations.

For candidates of IT/CS and ECE streams:

The question paper will be divided into three sections. The first section will be common to both the streams and will have 40 questions. The second section will have two sub-sections. The first sub-section will be for candidates from IT/ECE stream and the second sub-section will be for candidates from ECE stream. Both sub-sections will have 30 questions. A candidate should attempt questions from only one sub-section according to the stream opted for in the application form. The third section will have six sub-sections and the candidates will be asked to attempt questions from any one of the subsections. There will be 30 questions in each sub-section of the third section.

Each question will have four choices with only one correct answer. The rules for marking will be as follows: the candidate is awarded (+1) for each correct answer, (-0.5) for each wrong answer and (0) if the candidate does not attempt the question.

Syllabus for first section common to candidates of both streams:

  • Computer programming in C/C++ on Windows/ Linux, computer organization, data and file Structures, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics, linear algebra, solution of differential equations, fourier and laplace transforms.

(Download) AIEEE Practice Test Paper CHEMISTRY (SOLVED) | AIEEE 2011

AIEEE Model Test Paper (SOLVED)

1) Which of the following compounds containing chiral carbons is optically inactive?
a) (R)-Lactic acid
b) (R,R)-Tartaric acid
c) (R,S)-Tartaric acid

d) Glycine

2) Which of the following radial distribution graphs corresponds to orbital with n = 3, l = 2 ?

3) Complete coagulation of one litre of an aquasol requires 0.001 equivalents of Na3PO4. Whereas the coagulation of the same requires 0.1 equivalents of AlCl3. During electrophoresis of this colloidal solution, the sol particles will migrate towards:
a) anode 
b) cathode
c) both anode and cathode 
d) do not migrate

4) The major product formed in the following reaction is:

5) Dioxygen is paramagnetic because: 
a) there are two unpaired electrons in doubly degenerate π -LUMO’s.
b) there are two unpaired electrons in doubly degenerate π-HOMO’s.
c) there are two unpaired electron in a σ-LUMO.
d) Dioxygen is not paramagnetic and hence there are no unpaired electrons.

6) Austenite form of iron has FCC crystal lattice structure, whereas its alpha form has BCC crystal lattice structure. Assuming closest packed arrangement of iron atoms, what will be the ratio of density of Austenite to that of alpha iron?
a) 1 : 1.088 
b) 1 : 1.837 
c) 3.674 : 1 
d) 1.088 : 1 

7) The anti-histamine which reduces the secretion of pepsin and hydrochloric acid in stomach is 
a) Pencillin 
b) Terfenadine (Seldane) 
c) Brompheneramine 
d) Cimetidine


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Defense & Strategic Studies

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Paper: Defense & Strategic Studies:


Theories and Concepts

1. Defense and Strategic Studies : Assumptions and Approaches.

2. (a) The concepts of Nation. State and Nation-State

(b) Theories and elements of State

(c) National Power and its components.

3. (A) Key concepts of security (a) National Security, (b) Regional Security, (c) Comprehensive Security, (d) Common Security, (e) Equal Security.

(B) National Security objectives : Core values, National interests.

(C) Challenges to Security : Individual. Sub-National : National. Regional and International

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Economics

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (SET)

Syllabus and Sample Questions: (Economics- Paper-II)

1. Micro-economic Analysis

Demand analysis-Marshallian, Hicksian and Revealed preference approaches Theory of Production and Costs. Pricing and output under different forms of market structure. Factor Pricing analysis. Elements of general equilibrium and new welfare economics


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Sociology

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)

Syllabus & Sample Questions : Sociology : Paper-II

A : Sociological Concepts:

1. Nature of Sociologies

  • Definition

  • Sociological Perspective

2. Basic Concepts

  • Community

  • Institution

  • Association

  • Culture

  • Norms and Values

3. Social Structure

  • Status and role, their interrelationship

  • Multiple roles, Role set, Status set, Status sequence

  • Role conflict

4. Social Group

  • Meaning

  • Types : Primary-Secondary, Formal-Informal, Ingroup-Outgroup, Reference group.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : History

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions: History (Paper-II)

1. Concepts, Ideas & Terms

  • Bharatvarsha Kara/Vishti.

  • Sabha and Samiti Stridhana.

  • Varnasrama Memorial stones.

  • Purusharthas Agraharas.

  • Rina Khilafat.

  • Samskaras Sulh-i-kul.

  • Yajna Maharashtra-dharma.

  • Doctrine of Karma Turkan-i-Chahlghani.

  • Dandaniti/Arthasastra Watan.

  • Saptanga Baluta.

  • Dharmavijaya Iqta.

  • Stupa/Chaitya Jizyah.

  • Nagara/Dravida/Vesara Madad -i-maash.

  • Bodhisattva/Tirthankara Amaram.

  • Alvars/Nayanars Raya-Rekho.

  • Sreni Jangama.

  • Chauth Dyarchy.

  • Hundi (Bills of Exchange) Federalism.

  • Sarraf Utilitarianism.

  • Polygars Filtration Theory.

  • Jagir Forward Policy.

  • Dastur Doctrine of Lapse.

  • Mansab (Rank) Satyagraha.

  • Deshmukh Swadeshi.

  • Nadu Revivalism.

  • Pargana Communalism.

  • Bengal Vaishnavism Orientalism.

  • Alt magha De-industrialization.

  • Shahna-i-Mandi Subsidiary Alliance.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Phylosophy

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)

Syllabus & Sample Questions : (Philosophy Paper—II)

1. Classical Indian Philosophy

Vedic and Upanishad world-views : Rta-the cosmic order, the divine and the human realms; the centrality of the institution of yajna (sacrifice), the concept of rna-duty/obligation; theories of creation. Atman-Self (and not-self), jagrat, svapna, susupti and turiya, Brahman, sreyas and preyas Karma, samsara, moksa Carvaka : Pratyaksa as the only pramana, critique of anumana and sabda, rejection of non-material entities and of dharma and moksa Jainism : Concept of reality-sat, dravya, guna, paryaya, jiva, ajiva, anekantavada, syadvada and nayavada; theory of knowledge; bondage and liberation Buddhism : Four noble truths, astangamarga, nirvana, madhyam pratipad pratityasamutpada, ksanabhangavada, anatmavada Schools of Buddhism : Vaibhasika, Sautrantika, Yogacara and Madhyamika .

Nyaya : Prama and aprama, pramanya and apramanya; pramana : pratyaks nirvikalpaka, savikalpaka,laukika and alaukika; anumana : anayavyatireka lingaparamarsa, vyapti; classification : vyaptigrahopayas, hetvabhasa upamana; sabda : Sakti, laksana, akanksa, yogyata, sannidhi and tatparya concept of God. arguments for the existence of God, adrsta nihsryeasa.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Public Administration

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample  Questions: (Public Administration Paper-II)

1. Theory of Public Administration

Public administration-Meaning, Nature and Scope, Public and Private Administration. New Public Administration. New Public Management. Administrative Thinkers-Kautilya, Woodrow Wilson, Gullick and Urwick, Max Weber, F. W. Taylor, Henry Fayol, M. P. Follet, Elton Mayo, C. I. Barnard, Herbert Simon, D. H. McGregor, Abraham Maslow, Herzberg, Chris Argyris and Fred Riggs. Theories-Classical, Human Relations, Bureaucratic Public Choice and Principal-Agent relationship. Approaches to the study of Public Administration-Scientific Management, Behavioral, Systems, Structural-Functional. Decision making, Public Policy and Marxian. Organization-Bases of Organization. Formal and informal; Principles of Organization-Hierarchy, Span of Control, Unity of Command, Delegation, Decentralization and Coordination; Line Staff Agencies.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus and Paper : Life Science

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Question : Life Science: Paper-II

1. Cell Biology : Structure and function of cells and intracellular organelles (of both prokaryotes and eukaryotes), Mechanism of cell division including (mitosis and meiosis) and cell differentiation; Cell-cell interation, Malignant growth, lmmune response : Dosage compensation and mechanism of sex determination.

2. Biochemistry : Structure of atoms, molecules and chemical bonds, Principles of physical chemistry, Thermodynamics, kinetics, dissociation and association constants, Nucleic acid structure, genetic code, replication, transcription and translation : Structure, function and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins, Enzymes and coenzyme, Respiration and photosynthesis.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Physical Education

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions :Physical Education 

Paper-II & Paper-III (Part A & B)


Introduction to and definition, aim and objectives of Physical Education and other terms-health education and recreation. Philosophies of Education as applied to Physical Education-Idealism, Naturalism. Realism. Pragmatism, Existentialism, Humanism. Biological basis of physical activity-benefits of exercise, growth and exercise, exercise and well-being sex and age characteristics of adolescent. body types. Psychological basis of physical Education-Play and Play theories. general principles of growth and development, Principles of motor-skill acquisition, transfer of training effects.

Sociological basis of physical Education-socialization process, social nature of men and physical activity, sports as cultural heritage of mankind, customs, traditions and sport, competition and cooperation. Physical Education in ancient Greece, Rome and Contemporary Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Russia.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : English

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions: English (Paper-II)

1. Chaucer to Shakespeare.

2. Jacobean to Restoration Periods.

3. Augustan Age : 18th Century Literature.

4. Romantic Period.

5. Victorian Period.

6. Modern Period.

7. Contemporary Period.

8. American and other non-British Literatures.

9. Literary Theory and Criticism.

10. Rhetoric and Prosody.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Geography

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus and  Sample Questions: Geography (Paper-II)


Geomorphology : Fundamental concepts : End genetic and Exogenesis forces Denudation and weathering: Geosynclines, continental drift and plate tectonics: Concept of geomorphic cycle; Landforms associated with fluvial. glacial, arid, coastal and karst cycles.


Climatologic : Composition and structure of the atmosphere; Heat budget of the earth: Distribution of temperature; Atmospheric pressure and general circulation of winds; Monsoon and jet stream; Tropical and temperate cyclones; Classification of world climates; Koppen's and Thornthwaite's schemes.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Law

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions: Law (Paper-II)

1. Constitutional Law of India

  • Preamble.
  • Fundamental Rights and Duties.
  • Directive Principles of State Policy.
  • Judiciary.
  • Executive.
  • Union State Legislative Relations.
  • Emergency Provisions.
  • Amendment of the Constitution.
  • Write Jurisdiction.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Education

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions: Education (Paper-II)

1. Philosophical Foundation of Education

Relationship of Education and Philosophy Western Schools of Philosophy :Idealism, Realism, Naturalism, Pragmatism, Existentialism, Marxism with special reference to the concepts of knowledge, reality and values their educational implications for aims, contents and methods of education. Indian Schools of Philosophy (Sankhya, Vedanta, Buddhism, Jainism, Islamic traditions) with special reference to the concept of knowledge, reality and values and their education a implications. Contributions of Vivekananda, Tagore, Gandhi and Aurobindo to educational thinking. National values as enshrined in the Indian Constitution, and their educational implications Modern concept of Philosophy :


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Environmental Science

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions : Environmental  Science

Paper-II and Paper-III (Part-A & B)


Definition principles and scope of Environmental Science. Earth Man and Environment, Ecosystems, Pathways in Ecosystems. Physico-chemical and Biological factors in the Environment. Geographical classification and zones. Structure and composition of atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Mass and Energy transfer across the various interfaces, material balance. First and Second law of thermodynamics, heat transfer processes. Scale of Meteorology, pressure, temperature, precipitation, humidity, radiation and wind. Atmospheric stability, inversions and mixing heights, wind roses. Natural resources, conservation and sustainable development.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Library & Information Science

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) 2010

Syllabus & Sample Papers : Library & Information Science 

(Paper-II & Paper-III)


  • Information, Information Science, Information Society.

  • Information as a Resource/Commodity.

  • Information Transfer Cycle-Generation, Collection, Storage and Dissemination.

  • Role of information in Planning, Management, Socio-economic Development, Technology.

  • Transfer.

  • Communication-Channels, barriers.

  • Intellectual Property Rights-Concept, Copyright, Censorship-Print and Non print Media.

  • Library and Information Policy at the National Level.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Journalism & Mass Communication

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus and  Sample Question : Journalism & Mass Communication

(Paper-II & Paper-III)


  • Communication and Journalism-Basic terms, Concepts and definition. Nature and process.

  • Types of Communication.

  • Mass communication-Nature of media and content.

  • Mass communication in India-Reach access and nature of audience.

(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Psychology

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)

Syllabus and Sample Question: Psychology (Paper-II)

1. Perceptual Processes

  • Approaches to the Study of Perception : Gestalt and Physiological approaches.

  • Perceptual Organization : Gestalt, Figure and Ground, Laws of Organization.

  • Perceptual Constancy : Size, Shape and Brightness, Illusion; Perception of Depth and Movements.


(Syllabus) Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET) Syllabus & Paper : Social Work

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (SET)-2010

Syllabus & Sample Questions: Social Work

Paper-II & Paper-III (A) (Core Group)


Evolution of Social Work Profession-Impact of Social Reform Movements; Factors that influenced the emergence of method approach in Social Work Practice; Social Work as Human Rights Profession. Philosophy and Principles of Social Work Profession and their Application. System Approach to Social Work Practice; Role of Social Work in the Remedial. Preventive and Developmental Models. Definition Relevance and Scope of Integrated Approach to Social Work Practice. Skills and Techniques. Social Work Education-Content, Training Supervision . Problems and Challenges.



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