UGC NET June 2013: Question Papers with Answer Keys: Comparative Study Of Religions Paper II

Sep 30, 2013 15:12 IST

    University Grants Commission organized the National Eligibility Test (NET) on 30 June 2013 at various centers across the country. This year about eight lakh candidates had registered for the test and there were 79 coordinating universities to conduct the UGC NET June 2013.

    UGC NET June 2013: Question Papers with Answer Keys: Comparative Study Of Religions Paper II  has been arranged by the Jargranjosh.com in order to make available the same to the candidates who could not appear the UGC NET June 2013 but preparing or aspiring for the same. It is also useful for State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) of different states.

    1. The correct statement is
    (A) Primitive man was afraid of natural forces.
    (B) Primitive man was highly intellectual.
    (C) Primitive man was very analytical.
    (D) Primitive man was very scientific.

    2. Which one of the following is the odd one ?
    (A) Avesta
    (B) Guru Granth Sahib
    (C) Muhammad
    (D) Bible

    3. Which one among the following was not the form of primitive society’s practices ?
    (A) Magic
    (B) Animism
    (C) Totemism
    (D) Animation

    4. Knowledge of ultimate reality is based upon
    (A) Primitive scriptures
    (B) Stories of the sages
    (C) Blind faith
    (D) None of the above

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