[Test 12] 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

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Practice Test – 12

1. Slums are considered as an impact of Urbanization and?

a) Industrialisation

b) Globalisation

c) Modernization

d) None of the above

2. In the context of India, Slums can be characterized on the basis of three criteria. They are?

a) Social, Physical and Legal

b) Social, Physical and Political

c) Social, Political and Legal

d) Religious, Legal and Social

3. Cities in India are characterized by three main types of slums. These are?

a) Original slum, Transitional Zone slum and Blighted slum

b) Transitional Zone slum, Original slum and Temporary slum

c) Permanent slum, Blighted and Transitional Zone slum

d) Original slum, Blighted slum and Temporary slum

4. Asia’s largest slum is found in?

a) Mumbai, India

b) Dhaka, Bangladesh

c) Karachi, Pakistan

d) Manila, Phillipines

5. Clandestine Prostitutes are found in?

a) Brothel

b) Bars

c) Apartments

d) Harem

6. A woman who sells sex for the sake of money is known as a ?

a) Pimp

b) Prostitute

c) Transgender

d) Gay

7. The main statute dealing with sex work in India is?

a) The Immoral Trafficking Prevention Act (ITPA), 1956

b) The Moral Trafficking Prevention Act (MTPA), 1956

c) Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW) 1979

d) Sex Work Act, 1994

8. When an individual deviates from the course of normal social life, his/ her behaviour is called?

a) Delinquency

b) Habitualness

c) Normalcy

d) Erratic

9. Juvenile delinquents are minors who have committed some act that violates the law and are usually below the age of?

a) 16 years

b) 17 years

c) 18 years

d) 15 years

10. The delinquency rates tend to be the highest during?

a) Early Adolescence

b) Late Adolescence

c) Late childhood

d) None of the above

11. Juvenile delinquents are minors defined as being between ages of?

a) 8 to 16

b) 14 to 18

c) 10 to 18

d) 10 to 15

12. Delinquent acts generally are of how many categories?

a) 0ne

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

13. According to studies conducted, delinquency rates are higher among?

a) Boys

b) Girls

c) Gay

d) Both girls and boys

14.  According to studies conducted on juvenile crimes (1994), children living with parents and guardians are found to be?

a) Less involved

b) More involved

c) Moderately involved

d) Heavily involved

15. According to Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, the maximum age for juvenile delinquents is between the age group of?

a) 18 years to 21 years

b) 16 years to 18 years

c) 10 years to 18 years

d) 15 years to 20 years

16. Juvenile delinquents are?

a) Sex offenders

b) Adult offenders

c) Young offenders

d) Young truants

17. The difference between ‘habituation’ and ‘addiction’ is that?

a) Habit is not compulsive as addiction is

b) Addiction is not compulsive as habit is

c) Habit is compulsive, addiction is not

d) Both addiction and habit are compulsive

18. The word habituation is sometimes used to refer to?

a) Psychological dependence

b) Biological dependence

c) Geographical dependence

d) Physical dependence

19. Addiction to a drug means that the body becomes?

a) Very dependent on the drug

b) Not dependent at all

c) Moderately dependent

d) Resistible to it

20. Stimulants, depressants, narcotics and hallucinogens are also called as?

a) Psychoactive drugs

b) Sedative drugs

c) Depressant drugs

d) Pain relief drugs

21. The book, “Social Problems in India “ is associated with?

a) Ram Ahuja

b) M.N. Srinivas

c) A.R. Desai

d) P.C.Joshi

22. The chronic drug user develops a feeling that he/she must constantly increase the dose in order to produce the same effect as that from the initial dose. This phenomenon is called?

a) Tolerance

b) Abstinence

c) Dependence

d) Resistance

23. International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking has been observed since?

a) 26th June 1991

b) 26th January 1991

c) 20th June 1991

d) 16th June 1991

24. The business of stealing an individual’s freedom for profit is known as?

a) Prostitution

b) Drug Addiction

c) Human Trafficking

d) Slavery

25. Human trafficking is the trade in people, especially of?

a) Women and Children

b) Boys and Girls

c) Men and Women

d) Young boys and men

26. Which of the following is one of the largest contributors to human trafficking?

a) Poverty

b) Greed

c) Ignorance

d) Drug abuse

27. Overcrowding is a logical consequence of?

a) Over – population

b) Poverty

c) Job opportunities

d) None of the above

28. In the United States of America, the most commonly used measurement to denote overcrowding is?

a) Persons per house

b) Persons per room or bedroom

c) Persons per hut

d) Persons per building

29.  The World Health Organization is concerned with overcrowding of sleeping accommodation which primarily leads to the risk of?

a) Spreading diseases

b) Alcoholism

c) Juvenile Delinquency

d) Unhygienic conditions

30. Slums in South American cities like Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Lima (Peru) are known for building on?

a) Steep slopes

b) Plain Areas

c) Hilly areas

d) None of the above

31. One of the primary drivers for the growth of slums is?

a) Rural to urban migration

b) Urban to rural migration

c) Over crowding

d) All of the above

32.  The statement, “Many governments are using rigid and outdated urban planning regulations which are typically bypassed by slum dwellers”, which is a reflection of?

a) Poor urban governance

b) Good urban governance

c) Poor urban planning

d) None of the above

33. The push factor of rural –urban migration is?

a) Poverty

b) Excess agricultural labour supply

c) Natural catastrophe

d) All of the above

34. In India, the first Juvenile Court was established in?

a) Kolkata

b) Mumbai

c) Madras

d) Delhi

35. In India the population of prostitutes is estimated to be?

a) 2.8 million

b) 3.8 million

c) 1.8 million

d) 4.8 million

36. One of the major arguments for the primary cause of prostitution is?

a) Patriarchy

b) Matriarchy

c) Sexual abuse

d) Poverty

37. Most prostitution involves?

a) Homosexual sexual exchanges

b) Transgender sexual exchanges

c) Heterosexual sexual exchanges

d) All of the above

38. Among the different types of workers in the world, the most marginalised workers are?

a) Plumbers

b) Janitor

c) Labourers

d) Prostitutes

39. Prostitution touches on?

a) Sexuality

b) Humanity

c) Morality

d) Emotion

40. The characteristics of city life is responsible for many?

a) Moral problems

b) Social problems

c) Economic problems

d) Psychological problems

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