UGC NET/ JRF December 2005 Question Paper II: Indian Culture
UGC had conducted National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship in December 2005. Find here the Questions from the Indian Culture (Paper II) Segment of this paper
The University Grant Commission (UGC) conducts the National Eligibility Test (UGC NET/ JRF) for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship twice in the month of December. Here you find question papers from the Indian Culture for the benefit of the aspirants. The question paper will help in the practice and thereby further the preparation procedure of the students.
1. According to the passage Akbar’s intention was:
(A) To renounce islam altogether
(B) To give a new identity to Islam
(C) To strike a balance between religion and political expediency of the state
(D) To disregard the theologians
3. According to the author a reconciliation between reason and faith as desired by Akbar was a difficult task because :
(A) The Muslim theologians regarded Islam superior to other faiths.
(B) They believed that all religions had an element of truth.
(C) They did not want to endanger the Islamic identity.
(D) They were totally opposed to any kind of political adjustment with the non- muslims.
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