FYBCOM Foundation Course MCQ with Answers:FYBCOM Sem 2 Mumbai University

FYBCOM Foundation Course MCQ with Answers | FYBCOM Sem 2 Mumbai University

_________is the corporate firms worked with local farmers.

  1. Barter system
  2. Contract farming system
  3. export system
  4. Import System

The full form for NCRB is_____.

  1. National Crime Research Bureau
  2. National Crime Records Bureau
  3. National Crime Redevelopment Bureau
  4. National Crime Record Board

A major reason for farmer’s suicides is_____________.

  1. soil erosion
  2. crop failures
  3. reduction in output
  4. indebtedness

Article 14 of the Constitution provides equality before_____________.

  1. Religion
  2. Law
  3. Parliament

__________ law can be traced to the thoughts of Sophocles and Aristotle.

  1. Property
  2. Natural
  3. Religion
  4. Social

Abolition of untouchability is provided under __________ of the Indian Constitution.

  1. Article 19
  2. Article 17
  3. Article 21
  4. Article 18

__________ provides the right to freedom of religion in Constitution of India.

  1. Article 25
  2. Article 21
  3. Article 26
  4. Article 28

Article 21(A) in Constitution has made __________ education a fundamental right of every child in the age group 6-14 years.

  1. Higher
  2. Primary
  3. Secondary
  4. Professional

An arrested person cannot be detained in custody beyond__________ hours, except the order of the magistrate.

  1. 12
  2. 48
  3. 30
  4. 24

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The UDHR consists of _______articles.

  1. 10
  2. 20
  3. 30
  4. 40

The process of _______ occurs when the surface of the land is worn away and lost.

  1. Emission
  2. Desertification
  3. Erosion
  4. Deforestation

The _______ is a layer of gases surrounding our planet.

  1. Lithosphere
  2. Hydrospher
  3. Biosphere
  4. Atmosphere

What are the percentage of oxygen and carbon dioxide existing in the ecosystem?

  1. 20.95% & 0.004%
  2. 20.95% & 0.03%
  3. 20.05% & 0.44%
  4. 20.0% & 0.30%

Following which gas is mostly responsible for Global Warming?

  1. CO2
  2. H2S
  3. CO
  4. CH4

Which of the following food chain correctly describes the flow of energy in an ecosystem?

  1. Grass-lion -human
  2. Cow-grass-lion
  3. Grass-goat-human
  4. Leaf-bird-lizard

Which of the following agent is responsible for turning the Taj Mahal yellow?

  1. H2O
  2. CO
  3. SO2
  4. CO2

Abraham Maslow has identified how many human needs in his Self-Actualization theory?

  1. 6
  2. 3
  3. 9
  4. 5

_________ arises when goal-directed behavior is blocked or thwarted.

  1. aggression
  2. prejudice
  3. stress
  4. frustration

Which among the following is the highest level need under the Need Hierarchy Theory of Motivation?

  1. physiological needs
  2. safety needs
  3. social needs
  4. self-actualization needs

Which among the following is the lowest level need under the Need Hierarchy Theory of Motivation?

  1. physiological needs
  2. safety needs
  3. social needs
  4. self-actualization needs

Due to problem of _________farmers hardly get relief package.

  1. Indebtedness
  2. Corruption
  3. crop failures
  4. higher input cost

Due to humiliation and_____farmers commit suicides.

  1. family issue
  2. distress
  3. peer-pressure
  4. None of the above

“Which of the following reasons for people migrating from one country to another is the most important in today’s world?”

  1. Better Climate
  2. Higher wages
  3. For a better climate
  4. For religious freedom

Moving to a new location to find employment is ______________.

  1. A social factor
  2. An economic factor
  3. An environmental factor
  4. A physical factor

The Natural Rights theory first germinated in Theory of Ethics by__________.

  1. John Locke
  2. Thomas Aquinas
  3. Sophocles
  4. Hobbes

_____________ rights aim at the personal good of an individual as well as that of the community.

  1. Natural
  2. Enforced
  3. Fundamental
  4. Religious

Articles 29and 30 protect the rights of____________.

  1. Minorities
  2. Children
  3. Religious institutions
  4. None of the above

__________ empowers the citizens to move a court of law in case of any denial of the fundamental rights.

  1. Right against Exploitation
  2. Right to Equality
  3. Right to Constitutional Remedies
  4. Right to Freedoms

Protection with respect to conviction for offences is guaranteed under __________.

  1. Article 31
  2. Article 20
  3. Article 14
  4. Article 24

__________ are those rights without which we cannot live.

  1. Human rights
  2. Political rights
  3. Civil rights
  4. Economic rights

The French thinker ______ developed the idea that an individual may have a private will.

  1. Rousseau
  2. Locke
  3. Hobbes
  4. Grotius

According to Jeremy Bentham, ________ law makes rights real.

  1. Positive
  2. Negative
  3. Neutral
  4. Certain

Article 24- states that no children below the age of _____years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or engaged in any other hazardous employment.

  1. 11
  2. 12
  3. 18
  4. 14

_________can be traced to the thoughts of Sophocles and Aristotle.

  1. Natural Law
  2. Civil Law
  3. Criminal Law
  4. Equity Law

Which among the following theories can be considered as an extension of Maslows’ Need Hierarchy Theory of Motivation?

  1. Alderfer – ERG theory
  2. Herzberg – Two-factor theory
  3. Skinner’s reinforcement theory
  4. Vroom’s expectancy theory

Walking is a form of________.

  1. meditation
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support

________Helps to overcome neurological problems.

  1. meditation
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support

Brundland Commission report is related to___________.

  1. Environmental pollution
  2. Sustainable Development
  3. Economic Development
  4. Social Justice

Preparing day-wise activity list is a_________.

  1. relaxation training
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support

Emotional support from family members is a part of_______.

  1. relaxation training
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support 

Arbitration is a part of_________Strategy.

  1. win/lose strategy
  2. rules and regulations strategy
  3. lose/lose strategy
  4. win/win strategy

_________strategy believes that problem will be solved on merit.

  1. win/lose strategy
  2. rules and regulations strategy
  3. lose/lose strategy
  4. win/win strategy

Under__________Strategy both parties should adopt assertive behaviour.

  1. win/lose strategy
  2. rules and regulations strategy
  3. lose/lose strategy
  4. win/win strategy

How many total fundamental rights are there in the Constitution of India today?

  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 9
  4. 11

Ozone layer presents in which the following layer?

  1. Troposphere
  2. Stratosphere
  3. Mesosphere
  4. Exosphere

5th June is observed as_________.

  1. World forest day
  2. World environment day
  3. World wildlife day
  4. World population day

Following on which day Ozone day is celebrated for its importance?

  1. 5th May
  2. 16th June
  3. 16-Sep
  4. 1st January

Agenda-21 is related to which of the following?

  1. Environmental pollution
  2. Sustainable Development
  3. Economic Development
  4. Social Justice concept by Rawls

Minamata diseases were caused by pollution of water by________.

  1. mercury
  2. lead
  3. tin
  4. methyl isocyanate

With the________in literacy rate, there is a growing shift towards employment in the service sector.

  1. decrease
  2. increase
  3. neutrality
  4. None

The share of agriculture in ____is declining in India.

  1. FCP
  2. FDP
  3. GDP
  4. ATP

Following of which is not called as a cash crop?

  1. Wheat
  2. Sugarcane
  3. Oilseed
  4. Cotton

In India, the majority of land holdings is less than_________hectors.

  1. 1
  2. 2.5
  3. 3
  4. 2

_________is the corporate firms worked with local farmers.

  1. Barter system
  2. Contract farming system
  3. export system
  4. Import System

What type of unemployment is found in developed countries?

  1. Involuntary unemployment
  2. Voluntary unemployment
  3. Structural unemployment
  4. Disguised Unemployment

__________ means movement or shift of people from one place to another.

  1. Migration
  2. Liberalisation
  3. Globalisation
  4. Privatisation

After globalisation and privatisation large number of jobs are created in ________ sector.

  1. General
  2. Private
  3. Rural
  4. Government

Article 14 of the Constitution provides equality before_____________.

  1. Religion
  2. Law
  3. Parliament
  4. Society

__________ law can be traced to the thoughts of Sophocles and Aristotle.

  1. Property
  2. Natural
  3. Religion
  4. Social

__________ are derived from the principle of natural law.

  1. Ethics
  2. Magna Carta
  3. Human rights
  4. Traditions

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights(UDHR) was adopted by the___________.

  1. United States of America
  2. China
  3. United Arab Emirates
  4. United Nations

Magna Carta was signed in _________.

  1. 1220
  2. 1315
  3. 1215
  4. 1400

Abolition of untouchability is provided under __________ of the Indian Constitution.

  1. Article 19
  2. Article 17
  3. Article 21
  4. Article 18

UDHR stands for___________.

  1. United Declaration of Human Rights
  2. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  3. Universal Development of Human Rights
  4. Universal Development of Human Resources

The UDHR consists of _______articles.

  1. 10
  2. 20
  3. 30
  4. 40

What role human plays in the food chain?

  1. Producers
  2. Consumers
  3. Decomposers
  4. Terrestrials

The ______ are small living beings such as bacteria, insects, and fungi.

  1. Producers
  2. Consumers
  3. Decomposers
  4. Terrestrials

A wide variety of living organisms is called________.

  1. Biodiversity
  2. Population
  3. Habitat
  4. Diversity

Increased level of air pollution results in________?

  1. soil erosion
  2. Global warming
  3. Respiratory problems
  4. water vapor

Today, —————- is known as the Silicon Valley of India.

  1. Mumbai
  2. Delhi
  3. Chennai
  4. Bangalore

Interpersonal and ____________ conflict takes place due to difference in perceptions.

  1. group
  2. individual
  3. intergroup
  4. intragroup

_________ arises when goal-directed brhaviour is blocked or thwarted.

  1. aggression
  2. prejudice
  3. stress
  4. frustration

______ conflict takes place when a disagreement occurs between two people.

  1. Intrapersonal
  2. intergroup
  3. Interpersonal
  4. individual

An individual has a strong emotional attachment to the __________.

  1. peer
  2. family
  3. society
  4. teacher

__________ is important to many individuals in an organisation.

  1. status
  2. value
  3. morals
  4. ethics

___________ stable individual are calm relaxed and comfortable.

  1. Extroversion
  2. Emotional
  3. agreeableness
  4. conscientiousness

Career changes can also bring __________ to a person.

  1. frustration
  2. violence
  3. stress
  4. conflict 3

Who has given the hierarchy of needs hierarchy theory of motivation?

  1. Abraham Maslow
  2. David McClelland
  3. Victor Vroom
  4. Frederick Herzberg

Maslow first introduced his concept of a hierarchy of needs in the year_________.

  1. 1943
  2. 1944
  3. 1945
  4. 1946

Regular___________Can also help to reduce certain diseases such as heart diseases.

  1. meditation
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support

Physical or mental withdrawal from conflict is called________.

  1. Avoiding
  2. Smoothing
  3. Forcing
  4. Confronting

_________Means pre-judgment.

  1. Stereotype
  2. Aggression
  3. Prejudice
  4. Violence

Having__________means you can be trusted to do what you are expected to do at work.

  1. Responsibility
  2. Respect
  3. Teamwork
  4. Cooperation

Which of these is a factor that affects ethical and unethical behaviour?

  1. Ethical dilemma
  2. Diversity
  3. Teamwork
  4. Open communication

Freedom of __________enables an individual to participate in public activities.

  1. speech and expression
  2. movement
  3. education
  4. life

Right to freedom of religion provide _________freedom to all citizens of India.

  1. social
  2. religious
  3. cultural
  4. economic

Freedom of speech and expression is not allowed to ___________others.

  1. dignify
  2. destroy
  3. defame
  4. disable

Prohibition of Child Marriage-__________.

  1. Article 17
  2. Article 20
  3. Article 26
  4. Article 24

Article 23- Prohibition of ___________and begar.

  1. human trafficking
  2. human rights
  3. child marriage
  4. untouchability

Fundamental rights aim at the personal good of an individual as well as that of the ___________.

  1. organisation
  2. environment
  3. community
  4. ecology

Right to ___________is important right under the constitution.

  1. play
  2. movment
  3. amendment
  4. equality

Rigth to property guaranteed to all citizens the right to acquire, hold and dispose off ____________,

  1. property
  2. resources
  3. wate
  4. car

Article 15- states that the state will not _______against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth, or any of them.

  1. exploit
  2. disrespect
  3. discriminate
  4. disregard

All citizens have been given the right to move to ___________and the High courts for enforcement of rights.

  1. session court
  2. supreme court
  3. labour court
  4. district court

_____________does not include the right to die and hence suicide or an attempt to commit suicide is an offence.

  1. Right to life
  2. Right to education
  3. Right to property
  4. Right to equality

___________ can also occur if the job is not as per the expectation .

  1. aggression
  2. Role conflict
  3. stress
  4. Role Ambiguity

Conflicts can occur at ______________ levels.

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5

Which among the following is not one of the needs of the human beings as Needs theory of motivation?

  1. Physiological need
  2. Safety need
  3. Social need
  4. Cognitive need

Which among the following is not a deficiency need that arises due to deprivation?

  1. physiological needs
  2. safety needs
  3. social needs
  4. self actualisation needs

Listening to soft music is a part of______.

  1. physical exercise
  2. relaxation training.
  3. time management
  4. social support

__________an also reduce physical strain in the mind.

  1. meditation
  2. physical exercise
  3. time management
  4. social support

Economic liberalisation was a bold decision by Prime Minister ______.

  1. Narasimha Rao
  2. Rajiv Gandhi
  3. Atal Bihari Bajpeyi
  4. Indira Gandhi

In the state of _____, the number of farmers’ suicide is the highest.

  1. Madhya pradesh
  2. Maharashtra
  3. Chattisgarh
  4. Karnataka

_____ Migration refers to the coerced movement of people away from their homes.

  1. Local
  2. Regional
  3. Mass
  4. Forced

The term ________ Implies a reduction in the role of the public sector and an increase in the role of the private sector in business and non-business activities.

  1. Liberalisation
  2. Disinvestment
  3. Globalisation
  4. Privatisation

Human rights are derived from the principle of _____ law.

  1. Government
  2. Natural
  3. Judiciary
  4. Human

______ is the deterioration of the environment through the depletion of resources.

  1. Ecology
  2. Ecosystem
  3. Environmental Degradation
  4. Sustainable Development

The ________ consumers are the third level carnivorous like an eagle that eats other birds and reptiles like snakes.

  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Tertiary
  4. Quaternary

______ gas protects us from UV rays emitted by the sun.

  1. Ozone
  2. Carbon Dioxide
  3. Nitrogen
  4. Sulphur

The _______ stressors are also called job-related stressors.

  1. Organizational
  2. Group
  3. Individual
  4. Environmental 1

________ is a situation in which two or more parties feel themselves in opposition.

  1. Stress
  2. Conflict
  3. Frustration
  4. Anger

________ provide moral principles and rules of good conduct to be followed by individuals in a society.

  1. Values
  2. Ethics
  3. Behaviour
  4. Prejudice

______ implies a preconceived and unreasonable judgment or opinion, usually an unfavorable one, arising out of fear, hatred, or suspicion.

  1. Values
  2. Ethics
  3. Behaviour
  4. Prejudice

________ refers to behaviour that is intended to cause harm or pain.

  1. Conflict
  2. Violence
  3. Aggression
  4. Prejudice

_______ refers to behaviour by individuals that intentionally threaten, attempt or inflict physical harm on others.

  1. Conflict
  2. Violence
  3. Aggression
  4. Prejudice

_______ means pre-judgement.

  1. Prejudice
  2. Aggression
  3. Violence
  4. Stereotype

_______ helps to develop the power of concentration.

  1. Physical Exercise
  2. Meditation
  3. Social support
  4. Time Management

_______ means forming close associations with trusted friends and co-workers.

  1. Networking
  2. feedback
  3. Social Support
  4. Relaxation

Maslow identified ______ set of needs.

  1. Two
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Five

The ________ needs lie at the highest level of the hierarchy of Maslow’s need hierarchy theory.

  1. Physiological
  2. Social
  3. Esteem
  4. Self-actualization

______ farming is undertaken by large corporate firms either by buying the land or taking land on a lease basis.

  1. Contract
  2. Corporate
  3. Government
  4. Private

Which Indian industries have been hit by globalization?

  1. Cement
  2. Toymaking
  3. Jute
  4. Information Technology

The UDHR consists of a Preamble and _______ articles highlighting human rights and freedoms entitled to everyone in the world.

  1. 15
  2. 20
  3. 10
  4. 30

The term ……………………… refers to principles, values and beliefs that define right and wrong behaviour.

  1. Customer satisfaction
  2. Empowerment
  3. Innovation
  4. Ethics

_____________Refers to behaviours by individuals that intentionally threaten,attempt or inflict physical harm on others.

  1. conflicts
  2. violence
  3. aggression
  4. Prejudice

__________Promotes Programmes or films that contain crime and acts of violence.

  1. Frustration
  2. Cognitive factor
  3. Media
  4. The expectation of Reward

The_______curriculum should give importance to peace, law, and order in society.

  1. Media
  2. Education
  3. Value
  4. Syllabus

____________occurs when the person does not know what he is supposed to do on the job.

  1. Role conflict
  2. Role ambiguity
  3. Rotating Shifts
  4. Work underload

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