[Test 5] Rajasthan RPSC College Lecturer Test Series 2021 for Sociology

Rajasthan RPSC College Lecturer Exam 2021 Test Series for Sociology in English and HindiRajasthan Public Service Commission conducts the recruitment for Technical and Non Technical Education Department for the post of Lecture. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission has released the recruitment for Assistant Professor and lecturer (Technical Education) Posts. There are 918 vacancies for these posts. This is a big opportunity for candidates who waiting for jobs in RPSC. It is essential to know details like Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Exam Date, Previous Year Papers, and Admit Card.

Rajasthan RPSC College Lecturer Test Series 2021 for Sociology

The RPSC conducts the Assistant Professor exam every year and a huge number of candidates fill the form. It is high time to start your preparation with the syllabus given in this article. Once you go through with the RPSC Assistant Professor Syllabus 2021, you will be able to figure out how to and what to prepare for the paper.

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Practice Test – 5

1. Which of the following states first launched transgender policy in India?

a) Tamil Nadu

b) Maharashtra

c) Andhra Pradesh

d) Kerala

2. Which of the following indicator is used to measure the changes in the status and roles of women and men over a period of time?

a) Gender Empowerment Indicator

b) Gender Sensitive Indicator

c) Gender Inequality Indicator

d) Gender Dis aggregated Indicator

3. Which of the following variable is most critical for those who focus on gender oppression theory?

a) Power

b) Money

c) Mothering

d) Culture

4. In which year was the Global Gender Gap Index first introduced?

a) 2002

b) 2004

c) 2006

d) 2007

5. The anatomical and other biological differences between males and females that are determined at the moment of conception denote the of the individual

a) Masculinity

b) Femininity

c) Sex

d) Gender

6………..is a term that refers to social or cultural distinctions associated with being male or female.

a) Feminism

b) Gender identity

c) Sex

d) Gender

7. Transvestites, drag queens, drag king and intersected individuals can be included in the broad category of?

a) Homosexuals

b) Transsexuals

c) Transgendered individuals

d) Bisexuals

8. Which perspective argues that men and women perform separate, specialized and complementary roles to maintain cohesiveness within families and the wider society?

a) feminist

b) Functionalist

c) Symbolic interactionist

d) Conflict theorist

9. Personal sense of one’s own gender is called?

a) Sex

b) Gender

c) Gender identity

d) Third gender

10. What is gender?

a) Word that stands for men only

b) Word that stands for women only

c) It tells if a person is male or female

d) It is another word for feminism

11. Boy, man, uncle, grandfather, etc. are

a) Feminine titles

b) Masculine titles

c) Both feminine and masculine titles

d) None of the above

12. Examples of feminine titles are

a) Mother and daughter

b) Girl and grandfather

c) Policeman and waitress

d) None of the above

13.  Refers to the socially constructed attributes of being male or female.

a) Gender

b) Sex

c) Femininity

d) Masculinity

14. a concept in which individuals are categorized, either by themselves or by society, as neither man nor woman is called

a) Masculine gender

b) Feminine gender

c) Third gender

d) Seamstress

15. The set of chromosomes which defines a genetic male is

a) XX

b) XYY

c) XY

d) XXY

16. In differentiating the terms ‘sex’ and ‘gender’

a) Sex refers to biological aspects of identity and gender refers to psychological and social identity

b) Sex refers to socio-cultural identity and gender refers to cultural identity

c) Sex refers to socio-cultural identity and gender refers to biological identity

d) None of the above

17.  An individual who identifies a role that is opposite to his/her biological sex is called?

a) homosexual

b) Transgender

c) feminine

d) Masculine

18. India’s Supreme Court recognizes transgender people as?

a) Third gender

b) Homosexual

c) Gender identity

d) None of the above

19. Third gender refers to?

a) A gender classification in societies that recognize a gender other than male or female

b) A person who identifies as a gender other than male or female or as neither male nor female

c) Both (a) and (b)

d) None of the above

20. The Supreme Court of India formally recognized the existence of a third gender in?

a) April of 2014

b) April of 2015

c) April of 2016

d) April of 2017

21. Which is wrong about gender responsive budget?

a) Gender Budgeting does not seek to create a separate budget but to provide affirmative action to address the specific needs of women

b) Gender Budgeting involves dissection of the government to establish its gender differential impacts and to translate gender commitments into budgetary commitments

c) Gender Budgeting is an accounting exercise or a process to ensure that benefits of development should reach all the minorities

d) Gender Budgeting entails maintaining a gender perspective at various stages like programmes/policy formulation, etc.

22. Census 2011 identifies districts as ‘gender critical districts’?

a) 162

b) 211

c) 249

d) 262

23. Society’s expectation of people’s behavior and attitudes based on whether they are females or males is called?

a) Gender roles

b) Gender identity

c) Femininity

d) Masculinity

24. Gender Lens refers to?

a) Creating awareness about gender

b) Providing visibility to gender issues

c) Both (a) and (b)

d) None of the above

25. External and common differences between men and women that do not include genitalia, such as differences in height, men’s ability to grows beards and women’s ability to grow breasts are examples of

a) Primary sex characteristics

b) Secondary sex characteristics

c) Tertiary sex characteristics

d) Quaternary sex characteristics

26. Cultural behavioral expectations for males or females is called?

a) Gender roles

b) Gender identity

c) Gender types

d) None of the above

27. A female-to-male (FTM) transgender person who was assigned female at birth, but whose gender identity is that of man is called?

a) Trans Man

b) Trans Female

c) Homosexual

d) Third Gender

28. Transgender in India have fought for and got voting rights in the year?

a) 1994

b) 1996

c) 2002

d) 2014

29. What is gendered division of labour?

a) It negates the ‘double burden’

b) It is based on gender-structure conceptions of appropriate work

c) It is increase in women’s compensation worldwide

d) It is caste-based division of labour

30. ‘Biological males who reject their masculinity identity in due course of time to identify as women’ are known as?

a) Trans women

b) Trans men

c) Transgender

d) Androgynous

31. Which statement about primary sex characteristics is true?

a) They include the formation of breasts and growth of beards

b) They are directly involved in human reproduction

c) They develop during puberty

d) They are the same for males and females

32. A male-to-female (MTF) transgender person who was assigned male at birth, but whose gender identity is that of a woman is called?

a) Bisexual

b) Third Gender

c) Trans man

d) Trans woman

33. The concept of gender was developed by feminists during the?

a) 1940s

b) 1950s

c) 1960s

d) 1970s

34. A set of attributes, behaviours and roles associated with boys and men is called?

a) Masculinity

b) Femininity

c) Homosexuality

d) Patriarchy

35. A set of attributes, behaviours and roles associated with girls and women is called?

a) Masculinity

b) Femininity

c) Gender

d) Feminism

36. According to the latest judgement of the Supreme Court, which category does the transgender belong to?

a) General category

b) SC category

c) Backward category

d) OBC category

37. Which of the following is a primary agency for gender construction?

a) Caste

b) Class

c) Social system

d) Family

38. An umbrella term for persons whose gender identity, gender expression, or behavior does not conform to that typically associated with the sex to which they were assigned at birth is called?

a) Homosexuality

b) Bisexuality

c) Transgender

d) All of the above

39. According to sociologists, gender behavior is?

a) Earned

b) Biological

c) a given

d) Learned

40. What is the sociological definition of gender?

a) The characteristics, behaviours and norms that society ascribes to a person of one sex or the other.

b) Whether a person is biologically and anatomically male or female or transgender.

c) Whether a person considers himself/herself to be male or female.

d) The behaviours and characteristics that are produced by a person that is anatomically male or anatomically female.

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