UGC NET Tourism Administration & Management Paper-II Mock Test 3/15
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1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions from Loktak Lake has always been a crowd-puller with its solidified floating masses of decomposing vegetation, soil, and organic matter (pumdis) scattered all over the lake, landing it an exotic feel. However, very few know that to the southern edge of the lake lies KeibulLamjao National Park, the only floating sanctuary in the world, which is also home to the endangered eld’s deer, or the sangai. A walk in the park is quite an adventure with the floating swamps bobbing under your feet. But the park is best explored on dugout canoes that ply in its narrow waterways. An integral part of Loktak lake, the park relies heavily on the lake’s floating vegetation for its existence. An ethnic paradise, Mon is famous for its headhunting KonyakNagas. The largest of the 16 officially recognized tribes in Nagaland, the Konyaks were once believers of violent animism that celebrated headhunting. Capturing an enemy’s head was the rite of passage for boys and was believed to increase the fertility of the warrior taking it and of crops. Only a person who had successfully hunted ahead was given the facial tattoo. However, headhunting was banned in the 1950s. Today, the facial tattoo and ethnic warrior jewelry are just symbols of their heritage and the Konyaks wear them with pride. Don’t miss the house of the Angh, the hereditary chiefs on the Konyaks. Mon has some of the finest tribal artwork, from daos (machetes) and guns to wood carvings, headgear, and necklaces. Which one of the following statements is not correct?
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2. Arrange the following milestones in the development of Tourism in the order they appeared. Use the code given below: I.Wright brothers ushered an era of flight with the first successful aircraft flight II. Grand Tour Era makes travel a status symbol for wealthy individuals seeking to experience cultures of the civilized world III. Marco Polo’s travels throughout the Far East begin to heighten interest in Travel and Trade IV. Thomas Cook organizes first group tour in England
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3. An average inventory if Rs 12,000 and the closing inventory is Rs 3000 more than opening inventory. What would be the closing inventory?
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4. The ‘hub-and-spoke’ concept promotes the efficiency of which industry?
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5. Match the following GMT locations in List-I with the country/city in List-II :
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(i) Boston
(ii) Los Angeles
(iii) Singapore
(iv) Colombo
a.+8
b.-8
c.+5
d. -5
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6. ……… is an industry term for a systematic examination of guests’ folios to ensure the accuracy of information. It typically includes rate verification, credit monitoring, and confirmation of departure date and guest room assignment in the hotel.
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7. This consists of two lists of the airport (cities) and airline codes, match items of List-I with items of List-II.
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(i) IXR
(ii) IXB
(iii) BHJ
(iv) IXU
a. Aurangabad
b. Bagdogra
c. Ranchi
d. Bhuj
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8. Consider the following statements and identify the correct statements I. Profit maximization objective assumes perfect competition II. A financial decision that has a positive NPV maximizes profit for shareholders III. NPVs of a firm’s projects are additive in nature Income statement represents the accounting equation IV. (Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity)
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9. Assertion (A): Culture is the basic determinant of a consumer’s wants and behavior, which compresses the values, perceptions, wants, and behaviors that the consumer learns continuously in a society. Reason (R): Marketers continuously identify cultural shifts in order to devise new products and services that find a receptive market.In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is correct?
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10. Match the items in List-I with those in List-II and identify the correct answer:
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(i) The philosophy holds that consumers willfavor products that are available and highly affordable.
(ii) The philosophy holds that consumers preferexisting products and product forms and job of management is to develop good versions of these products.
(iii) The philosophy holds that achieving organizational goals depends on determining needs of the target markets and delivering the desired satisfaction more efficiently and effectively than competitors.
(iv)The philosophy holds that consumers will not buy enough of the organisation’s products unless the organization undertakes a large selling and promotion effort.
(a) Production Concept
(b) Product Concept
(c) Selling Concept
(d) Marketing Concept
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11. Assertion (A): Tourism and Hospitality sectors are facing a shortage of skilled manpower in India.Reason (R): The DeenDayalUpadhayayKaushalKendras have been exclusively identified as the skill development centers to meet the issue of shortage of skilled manpower in the Tourism and Hospitality industry. In the context of the above statements, which amongst the following are correct?
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12. Match the following items in List-I (Key concepts of Qualitative Research) with those in List-II (Correct explanation of Key concepts of Qualitative Research):
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(i) Unstructured
(ii) To gain qualitative understanding of the underlying reasons and motivations.
(iii) Develop and initial understanding
(iv) Non statistical
a.Objective
b.Sample
c.Data Connection
d.Outcome
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13. Read the following statements and choose the correct answer from the codes given below: Assertion (A): Geo-tourism is about making a place better by encouraging tourists to visit and spend money with preservation in mind. Reason (R): Geo-tourism focuses on the unique culture and heritage of a location while attempting to help visitors enrich these qualities.
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14. The balance of payments is calculated to measure the impact of tourism on Gross National Product. Find one of the correct formula given below.
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15. Lue and Crompton developed five different spatial configurations in 1992. Find the correct combinations of them in sequence from the following:
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16. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions from Loktak Lake has always been a crowd puller with its solidified floating masses of decomposing vegetation, soil and organic matter (pumdis) scattered all over the lake, landing it an exotic feel. However, very few know that to the southern edge of the lake lies KeibulLamjao National Park, the only floating sanctuary in the world, which is also home to the endangered eld’s deer, or the sangai. A walk in the park is quite an adventure with the floating swamps bobbing under your feet. But the park is best explored on dugout canoes that ply in its narrow waterways. An integral park of Loktak lake, the park relies heavily on the lake’s floating vegetation for its existence. An ethnic paradise, Mon is famous for its headhunting KonyakNagas. The largest of the 16 officially recognized tribes in Nagaland, the Konyaks were once believers of violent animism that celebrated headhunting. Capturing an enemy’s head was the rite of passage for boys and was believed to increase the fertility of the warrior taking it and of crops. Only a person who had successfully hunted ahead was given the facial tattoo. However, headhunting was banned in the 1950s. Today, the facial tattoo and ethnic warrior jewelry are just symbols of their heritage and the Konyaks wear them with pride. Don’t miss the house of the Angh, the hereditary chiefs on the Konyaks. Mon has some of the finest tribal artwork, from daos (machetes) and guns to wood carvings, headgear, and necklaces. Konyaks wear with pride:
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17. Charbag Railway Station is in ………..
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18. The Chicago Convention was organized in the year:
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19. In Doxey’sIrridex Model, identify the correct order of stages of host approach to visitors:
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20. National Tourism comprises of
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21. Dil toh roaming hai’ is the tag line of which of the following company?
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22. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station is in ……..
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23. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
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24. Read the following statements and choose the correct answer from the codes given below: Assertion (A): Destination, Industry and Government, all have an impact on the extent to which tourism promotes broader socio-economic goals. Reason (R): No single industry such as tourism can have the responsibility for the overall development and that it can only play a smaller role in a larger development scheme.
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25. Assertion (A): Extraction of most renewable resources cannot be maintained over the long term if limits are not placed on their utilization leading to an interest in sustained yields.Reason (R): It is not often necessary to place limits on production yields to allow time for the resource base to sufficiently regenerate.
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26. These are usually located on the coast but high above sea level, such hotels offer unobstructed views and a great sense of privacy without the feeling of total isolation and are popularly known as
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27. Assertion (A): Invention and Application of Apps technology is transforming the car rental business has led to the customer's delight in most Indian cities. Reason (R): Traditional Car rental companies cannot be replaced with Apps based car rental operators due to the reason of the dependability and trustworthiness of customers/users.From the above, which of the following is correct?
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28. All of the following statements except:
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29. Assertion (A): Motivation is a tool with which managers can arrange job relationships in organizations.Reason (R): Knowledge about motivation joins strategic plans as inputs into the process of designing relationships at organizations.
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30. Semi high-speed train that runs between Delhi & Agra, operates at a speed of 160 km/hr and is also one of the fastest trains of India
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31. In connection with “managing indicators for tourism development optimization”. Match items of List-I with items of List-II:
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(i) Effects on Nature
(ii) Backward linkage to other
(iii) Commoditization of built and natural
(iv) Tourism related crime
a.Economic
b.Environmental
c. Social
d.Cultural
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32. Haldia Sea Port (KDS & HDC) is located in one of the following states:
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33. How many sustainable development goals have been set to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and fix climate change under 2030 Agenda for sustainable development?
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34. International Chef’s Day is celebrated every year on:
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35. Match the following List-I (Heritage Site) with List-II (Location):
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(i) Ajmer
(ii) Srinagar
(iii) FatehpurSikri
(iv) Mt. Abu
(a). PariMahal
(b). IbadatKhana
(c). Dilwara Temples
(d). Anasagar and Anasagar Palace
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36. The selling concept exists in the hospitality industry. A major contributing factor is an overcapacity. Which one among the following is NOT a reason as to why major sectors such as hotels, airlines, and restaurants continuously face overcapacity?
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37. Establish the sequential steps in order for conducting a discriminant analysis. (a) Estimate the discriminant function coefficients. (b)Formulate the problem. (c) Determine the significance of the discriminant function. (d) Interpret the results
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38. These are restored Victorian coaches who travel through South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Tanzania making it the ultimate journey in complete luxury, comfort, and security. Which train is being referred to in this statement?
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39. A normal Indian passport has ….. pages
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40. Which pairs (Airlines – Headquarters) are correctly matched?
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41. Which of the following divisions came under North Railway Zone? a. Delhi b. Lucknow c. Moradabad d. Jaipur
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42. Assertion (A): Tossing off a coin results in two outcomes Head (H) and Tail (T).Reason (R): Tossing off a coin is an example of a random experiment.In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is correct?
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43. The process of delegation of authority of a hotel manager comprises the following steps:
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44. Under the head “current liabilities” the following terms are disclosed in the final accounts of a Tourism company: I. Sundry Creditors II. Acceptances III. Unclaimed dividends IV. Advance payments V. Subsidiary companies. The correct chronological order of their discloser is:
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45. Match the items in List-I representing the name of the country having Travel and Tourism’s absolute direct contribution to GDP in 2015 with those in List-II representing its rank in the world:
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(i) 62
(ii) 11
(iii) 31
(iv) 02
a.China
b.India
c.Malaysia
d.Sri Lanka
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46. The W.T.O. Recife Charter in 1996 was the first document of its kind drafted on:
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47. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions from Loktak Lake has always been a crowd-puller with its solidified floating masses of decomposing vegetation, soil, and organic matter (pumdis) scattered all over the lake, landing it an exotic feel. However, very few know that to the southern edge of the lake lies KeibulLamjao National Park, the only floating sanctuary in the world, which is also home to the endangered eld’s deer, or the sangai. A walk in the park is quite an adventure with the floating swamps bobbing under your feet. But the park is best explored on dugout canoes that ply in its narrow waterways. An integral part of Loktak lake, the park relies heavily on the lake’s floating vegetation for its existence. An ethnic paradise, Mon is famous for its headhunting KonyakNagas. The largest of the 16 officially recognized tribes in Nagaland, the Konyaks were once believers of violent animism that celebrated headhunting. Capturing an enemy’s head was the rite of passage for boys and was believed to increase the fertility of the warrior taking it and of crops. Only a person who had successfully hunted ahead was given the facial tattoo. However, headhunting was banned in the 1950s. Today, the facial tattoo and ethnic warrior jewelry are just symbols of their heritage and the Konyaks wear them with pride. Don’t miss the house of the Angh, the hereditary chiefs on the Konyaks. Mon has some of the finest tribal artwork, from daos (machetes) and guns to wood carvings, headgear, and necklaces. To reach Mon, the nearest airport is:
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48. This consists of two lists of hotels and their locations. Match items from one list with items in another list:
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(i) Udaipur
(ii) Jaipur
(iii) Bangalore
(iv) Mysore
(a) The Oberoi Rajvilas
(b) Taj Lake Palace
(c) Lalitha Mahal Palace
(d) The Lalit Ashok
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49. Assertion (A): To reduce uncertainty caused by service intangibility, buyers look for evidence that will provide information and confidence about the service.Reason (R): Tangibles provide signals as to the quality of the intangible service.In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is correct?
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50. In the airplane parlance DBML stand for:
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