ICT & COMPUTER 150 PYQS PART 6 FOR NTA UGC NET SET SLET
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CBSE UGC NET JUNE 2015
Q.101. Which of the following is not an output device?
Q.102. Which of the following represents one billion characters?
Q.103. Which of the following is not open source software?
(1) Internet explorer
(2) Fedora Linux
(3) Open office
(4) Apache HTTP server
Q.104. Which one of the following represents the binary equivalent of the decimal number 25 ?
Q.105. Which is an instant messenger that is used for chatting?
(3) Microsoft Office
(4) Google Talk
CBSE UGC NET DECEMBER 2015
Q.106. NMEICT stands for:
(1) National Mission on Education through ICT
(2) National Mission on E-govemance through ICT
(3) National Mission on E-commerce through ICT
(4) National Mission on E-learning through ICT
Q.107. Which of the following is an instant messaging application?
(b) Google Talk
Select the correct answer from the codes given below:
(1) (a) and (b) only
(2) (b) and (c) only
(3) (a) only
(4) (a), (b) and (c)
Q.108. In a Computer a byte generally consists of:
(1) 4 bits
(2) 8 bits
(3) 16 bits
(4) 10 bits
Q.109. Which of the following is not an input device?
Q.110. Which of the following is an open source software?
(1) MS Word
(3) Mozilla Firefox
(4) Acrobat Reader
Q.111. Which of the following enables us to send the same letter to different persons in MS Word
(1) Mail join
(2) Mail copy
(3) Mail insert
(4) Mail merge
CBSE UGC NET JULY 2016
Q.112. The statement “the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer Hardware” refers to
(1) Information Technology (IT)
(2) Information and Collaborative Technology (ICT)
(3) Information and Data Technology (IDT)
(4) Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Q.113. If the binary equivalent of the decimal number 48 is 110000, then the binary equivalent of the decimal number 51 is given by
Q.114. The process of copying files to a CD-ROM is known as
Q.115. An unsolicited e-mail message sent to many recipients at once is a
Q.116. ________ is a type of memory circuitry that holds the computer’s start-up routine.
(1) RIM (Read Initial Memory)
(2) RAM (Random Access Memory)
(3) ROM (Read Only Memory)
(4) Cache Memory
Q.117. An ASCII is a character-encoding scheme that is employed by personal computers in order to represent various characters, numbers and control keys mat the computer user selects on the keyboard. ASCII is an acronym for
(1) American Standard Code for Information Interchange
(2) American Standard Code for Intelligent Information
(3) American Standard Code for Information Integrity
(4) American Standard Code for Isolated Information
CBSE UGC NET JANUARY 2017
Q.118. Which of the following correctly lists computer memory types from highest to lowest speed?
(1) Secondary Storage; Main Memory; Cache Memory; CPU Registers
(2) CPU Registers; Cache Memory; Secondary Storage; Main Memory
(3) CPU Registers; Cache Memory; Main Memory; Secondary Storage
(4) Cache Memory; CPU Registers; Main Memory; Secondary Storage
Q.119. Which of the following statement(s) is/are TRUE?
S1: The decimal number 11 is larger than the hexadecimal number 11.
S2: In the binary number 1110.101, the fractional part has the decimal value as 0.625.
(1) S1 only
(2) S2 only
(3) Both S1 and S2
(4) Neither S1 nor S2
Q.120. Read the following two statements:
I: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is considered a subset of Information Technology (IT).
II: The ‘right to use’ a piece of software is termed as copyright.
Which of the above statement(s) is/are CORRECT?
(1) Both I and II
(2) Neither I nor II
(3) II only
(4) I only