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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Every lover of words knows that these little symbolic units of meaning can be as contradictory as sub-atomic particles sometimes are. This may well be nature's quixotic way of laughing at our ... in a million years. One can simultaneously measure both the velocity and position of sub-atomic particles. Planck called words 'quanta'
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Every lover of words knows that these little symbolic units of meaning can be as contradictory as sub-atomic particles sometimes are. This may well be nature's quixotic way of laughing at our desperate need to ... know what 'glory' means. He is Alice's master. He imparts to a word the meaning he intends. His words are ambiguous.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Every lover of words knows that these little symbolic units of meaning can be as contradictory as sub-atomic particles sometimes are. This may well be nature's quixotic way of laughing at our ... a system, we should be rigorous and empirical. To understand a system, we should investigate both within .and beyond its boundaries.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. It is well known that industry is an important contributor to the development process of any country. Much of the developments are based on the use of increasing amount of raw materials, energy ... a good example of cleaner technology? The use of bagasse in boiler house Bio-methanisation of spentwash Caustic recovery All of these
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. It is well known that industry is an important contributor to the development process of any country. Much of the developments are based on the use of increasing amount of ... involves which of the following approaches? Waster utilisation technologies Waste minimisation technologies End of pipe treatment technologies All of these
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. It is well known that industry is an important contributor to the development process of any country. Much of the developments are based on the use of increasing amount of raw materials, energy, ... imply? Reduce the generation of pollution itself Treat the waste after it has been produced Reuse the waste produced None of these
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. It is well known that industry is an important contributor to the development process of any country. Much of the developments are based on the use of increasing amount of raw ... method based on technologies that: Conserves resources Minimises pollution Reuses wastes as secondary resources to the extent possible All of these
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. For many Europeans, India evoked a picture of Maharajas, snake charmers, and the rope-trick. This has lent both allure and romanticism to things which are Indian. But in the last couple ... and morals. The emphasis on spirituality by Indians as against emphasis on materialism by Westerns. Its superiority in art and architecture.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. For many Europeans, India evoked a picture of Maharajas, snake charmers, and the rope-trick. This has lent both allure and romanticism to things which are Indian. But in the last ... refuge from the inadequacies of their cultures. People who studied Indology out of academic interest. People who were victims of psychological stress
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. For many Europeans, India evoked a picture of Maharajas, snake charmers, and the rope-trick. This has lent both allure and romanticism to things which are Indian. But in ... India? Archaeological evidence. Its scientific discoveries of the past. Its ancient philosophy and Sanskrit literature. Interaction with learned scholars.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. For many Europeans, India evoked a picture of Maharajas, snake charmers, and the rope-trick. This has lent both allure and romanticism to things which are Indian. But in the last ... of its culture. Lack of stress of rational thought and individualism. Its unrepresentative and despotic administrative systems All of the above.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am sure, has ever devoted ... people cull from experience in order to judge a situation. Fixed ideas that see a person through the trials and tribulations of life.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am sure, has ever devoted more energy ... can be tackled and solved by more and better education. People need to learn more in order to earn more. None of the above.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am sure, has ever devoted ... is to: transmit ideas of value. transmit technical knowledge. both $a$ and $b$ transmit values regarding human and societal norms
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am sure, has ever ... of science. scientists' stand on the neutrality of their labours. Lord Snow's assertion regarding the potential of intellectuals in society.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am sure, has ever ... one's psyche. values are merely dogmatic assertions. one identifies with values. values are the means to interpret and experience the word.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised world, there is ... to excessive need for support. Dependence leading to excessive need for support. Absence of force leading to non-maximization of potential.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised world, there is ... are branders . People. would be outsourced by the organisation. Antiquated methods of staffing would lose relevance. All of the above
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised world, there is ... structure in order to satisfy the customer. Realigning organisational adjectives in order maximise the profit. All of the above except (b)
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised world, there is freedom, diversity ... time in getting people to do the job. Wastage of effort in trying to group people and educate them. None of the above.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Over the last 20 years, the Bretton Woods institutions have disbursed loans for stablisation and structural adjustment to more than 70 development countries. These loans carry conditions that cover a ... resources of Bretton Wood twins but the current trend is the borrowing of loans by developing countries. All of the above.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Over the last 20 years, the Bretton Woods institutions have disbursed loans for stablisation and structural adjustment to more than 70 development countries. These loans carry ... . Interlinking of economic policies of developed and developing countries. Interlinking of economic policies of most countries and World Bank.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Over the last 20 years, the Bretton Woods institutions have disbursed loans for stablisation and structural adjustment to more than 70 development countries. These loans carry conditions that cover a ... They did not stimulate social production and economic growth. They impose a severe burden on the poor. All of the above.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Over the last 20 years, the Bretton Woods institutions have disbursed loans for stablisation and structural adjustment to more than 70 development countries. These loans ... of economics. Finance developmental projects. Finance development projects and performance appraisal of those projects with respect to condition imposed.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, bees; worms from ... of Montanvert that had been rendered germ free by slow filtration through sandy soil. Both a) and b). None of the above.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, bees; worms from mud, ... broth. after prolonged boiling, a broth would ferment only when air was admitted to it. both A and B neither A nor B
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, bees; worms ... was ruled out. aseptic technique was introduced in surgery. the meaning of sterile was clear to all. all of the above.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, bees; worms ... "Never will the doctrine of spontaneous generation recover from the mortal blow of this simple experiment." And it has not..."
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, bees; ... . Pasteur stood to benefit largely from the work of his predecessors. Pasteur developed the ideas set forth by Voltaire and Needham.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead bulls, ... contemporaries Buffon, Needham, Voltaire and Huxley were contemporaries. Voltaire wrote a treatise on Needham's claim. None of the above.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails of dead ... the other bacteriological theories of the time. The emergence of the cell theory represents biology's most significant and fruitful advance.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. He has ... it give great importance to retrospection it counteracts the influence of mentalism tries to put an end to mentalistic explanation of behaviour.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. ... Contingencies of survival play an important part as contingencies of reinforcement 'There are different and novel factors of environment that contributes'.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. He has ... environmental factors count much in the behaviour of human-being there is an absence of genetic contribution in the science of behaviourism.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer ... possibility of self-knowledge behaviourist who denies existence of sensations and feelings of human life a scientist who advocates methodological behaviourism.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. He has ... questions about behaviourism the science of behaviourism behaviourism and human life a list of questions and answers on the science of behaviourism.
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Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. He has ... that is not so reassuring. The passage is most probably a/an: essay on behaviourism hook review analysis of behaviourism psychological discourse
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. In his book "About Behaviourism", Dr. B.F. Skinner, the noted behavioural psychiatrist, lists the $20$ most salient objections to behaviourism and goes on to answer them. He ... intriguing ellipsis ? he provides a complicated explanation he provides a concise explanation he deviates from the point he provides a viable explanation
Read the following directions carefully and answer the questions and mark as follows: Two concentric circles $C1$ and $C2$ with radii $r1$ and $r2$. The circles are such that $C1$ fully encloses $C2$, then what is the radius of $C1$? 1. The ... to answer the question. If both statements together are required to answer the question. If both statements are not sufficient to answer the question.