[Test 11] 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 – 11

1. Urbanisation is generally related with?

a) Integration

b) Decomposition

c) Demoralisation

d) Industrialisation

2. Family in India is generally of Joint family and?

a) Multi-lingual family

b) Nuclear family

c) Neo-Nuclear family

d) Extended family

3. It is generally assumed that the process of urbanisation leads to?

a) Stagnation

b) Growth of family

c) Decline in family

d) Genocide

4. The institutions of family, kinship and caste are closely?

a) Differentiated

b) Interrelated

c) Inculcated

d) Indoctrinated

5. The Khasi society is?

a) Patrilineal in nature

b) Matrilineal in nature

c) Decentralised in nature

d) Heterogenous in nature.

6. In matrilineal society, the head of the family is the?

a) Eldest female

b) The uncle

c) The Youngest female

d) The eldest female

7. The sociologist who dispel the breakdown of joint family in India is?

a) M.N Srinivas

b) A.M Shah

c) G.S Ghurye

d) Yogendra Singh

8. The family system which emerge in association with modern industrial societies is?

a) Nuclear family

b) Joint family

c) Traditional family

d) Linguistic family

9. Rural society is associated with?

a) Joint family

b) Urban family

c) Nuclear family

d) Transitional family

10. Ram Krishna Mukherjee is associated with the study of?

a) West Bengal

b) Gujarat

c) Madhya Pradesh

d) Assam

11. A.H Shah made a study of family system and changes in?

a) Gujarat

b) Delhi

c) West Bengal

d) Kerala

12. S. Vatuk in his study of kinship system laid emphasis to?

a) North Indian kinship

b) South Indian kinship

c) East Indian Kinship

d) West Indian kinship

13. Urban culture is the culture found in?

a) Rural area

b) Urban area

c) Village area

d) Suburban area

14. Urban areas are the symbol of cultural?

a) Heterogeneity

b) Homogeneity

c) Conflict

d) Cohesion

15. The Joint family system is being replaced by?

a) Traditional family

b) Nuclear family

c) Extended family

d) Transitional family

16. Nuclear families are more popular in?

a) Urban areas

b) Rural areas

c) Sub-urban area

d) Slums

17. In urban areas, the major occupations are?

a) Professional in nature

b) Traditional in nature

c) Limited in nature

d) Extensive in nature

18. Social distance is the result of?

a) Anonymity and heterogeneity

b) Segregation and intervention

c) Conflict and affection

d) Demonstration

19. The urbanites attach supreme importance to their?

a) Material possessions

b) Ideologies and beliefs

c) Inconsistent admirations

d) Welfare and happiness

20. George Simmel held that social structure of urban communities is based on?

a) Ideologies

b) Mindset

c) Interest groups

d) Possessions

21. The most important feature of urban community is its?

a) Social mobility

b) Social Structure

c) Social segregation

d) Role identification

22. Social status of an individual in an urban area is not determined by birth but by?

a) Achievements

b) Determination

c) Social approval

d) Social hierarchy

23. By virtue of its size and population, the urban community is a?

a) Primary group

b) Secondary group

c) Solidified group

d) Reference group

24. In the absence of uniform and fixed social norms. Individuals or groups often seek?

a) Co-operative ends

b) Divergent ends

c) Absolute understandings

d) Anticipated reforms

25. Social control in urban community is?

a) Informal in nature

b) Formal in nature

c) Traditional in nature

d) Mechanical in nature

26. The study of neighbourhood mainly began from the?

a) 1700’s

b) 1800’s

c) 1900’s

d) 2000’s

27. The first intellectual associated with the study of urban neighbourhood was?

a) Tom Clancy

b) Reed Richards

c) Benny Ball

d) Clarence Perr

28. One of the highlighting institutions associated with the study of urban neighbourhood was?

a) Chicago School of Sociology

b) German School of Sociology

c) Yale University

d) Harvard University

29. Who published the book “The Truly Disadvantaged”?

a) Julius Wilson

b) Terry Johnson

c) Dr. Marcos Aurora

d) Tim Bay

30. Voluntary Association is a term derived from the Latin word?

a) Voltaz

b) Volunteer

c) Volunet

d) Voluntaz

31. Voluntary Associations are a group of persons who work for the same?

a) Interest

b) Connection

c) Determination

d) Intention

32. In the United Nation, terminology for voluntary Associations are called?

a) Non-Governmental Organisations

b) People for Free Will

c) Government Liberated Organisations

d) Free Governmental Organisations

33. In voluntary associations, governance of the organisation is?

a) Democratic

b) Totalitarian

c) Dictatorial

d) Theocratic

34. Voluntary associations involve citizens in noble affairs and avoid concentration of powers in the hands of the?

a) Elected Leaders

b) Village Council

c) Government

d) Despotic rulers

35. Organised voluntary action help groups and individuals with diverse political and other interests to work together for?

a) Curbing interest

b) Individual interest

c) National interest

d) Diverse interest

36. Voluntary associations enable individuals to learn the fundamentals of groups and political associations through?

a) Isolation

b) Participation

c) Segregation

d) Identification

37. Voluntary association is an organisation initiated and governed by its own members on democratic principles without any?

a) Coalition

b) External control

c) Savagery

d) Maintenance

38. Who defines voluntary group as “ A group organised for the pursuit of one interest or of several interest in common”?

a) Michall Banton

b) Everett Rest

c) Gordon Springer

d) Danton

39. The more westernized and urbanised the neighborhoods become in their ways of living, the more they develop?

a) Conflict culture

b) Communal culture

c) Traditional culture

d) Bond

40. Voluntary associations are?

a) Social construct

b) Conflict constructs

c) Symbolic constructs

d) Functional construct

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