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    What is the paper pattern of Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam?

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    The exam is conducted in two sessions and the details are:
    Morning Session: 9.30 am to 11.30am English
    Paper Pattern:-
    English Language Skills Time 2 Hours 100 Marks


    I Correct the misspelled words in the following list. Put a tick mark against the correctly spelled word, if any. 5 Marks

    II Use the following words in sentences to bring out their meaning. (You may use any part of speech or tense of the given word. Eg. If the given word is Do, you may use doing, did, done, etc.) (20 Marks)

    1. a. Allusion __________________________________________________ ___

    __________________________________________________ __________

    b. Illusion __________________________________________________ ___

    __________________________________________________ __________
    III. Each of the sentences below is followed by a parenthesis and a group of four words. Enter in the parenthesis the word or phrase which most nearly expresses the meaning of the italicized word in the context given. 10 Marks

    1. He stubbornly defended his action with specious reasoning. ( )

    a. brilliant b. long-winded c. falsely plausible d. minutely detailed

    IV Correct the following sentences. 30 Marks

    1. The Engineering Department purchased some new equipments to simulate conditions in space.
    __________________________________________________ _________

    __________________________________________________ __________


    V The following section is intended to test your knowledge of verb tenses. You are required to correct sentences where the wrong tense is used, or to fill the blanks with the correct form of the verb given in parenthesis. (10 Marks)

    1. I _______________ _________________ the children to the zoo.
    (enjoy; take)

    VI Put in the correct or most appropriate preposition. Sometimes several answers are possible. 5 Marks

    1. I have been thinking ______________ your proposal, and I have decided I would like to join you after all.


    There could be questions on:
    Active and Passive voice,
    Direct and Indirect Speech,
    Phrasal Verbs,
    Common Idioms,
    and Proverbs.


    VII Write an essay of no more than 200 words on any ONE of the following arguing for or against the proposition. 20 Marks

    Eg. The disproportionate power exercised by small regional parties, which are part of national coalition governments, has made it impossible for India to develop a national vision of its identity, interests and future.


    Tea Break: 11.30 am – 12 noon


    Afternoon Session: 12 pm to 1.30 pm General Knowledge
    Paper Pattern:-
    Entrance Examination 2009 General Knowledge 100 Marks

    About 60 – 65 percent questions are based on current affairs – events of the past one year. The purpose is to test how thoroughly you have read the newspapers during the time and retained much of the information found there.

    The rest are general knowledge:

    Scientific discoveries
    Space exploration – eg. Cassini-Huygens
    Economics (understanding of terms like GDP)
    New Media Terms (What is an i-pad?)
    Identifying people who have been in the news in the past year
    Events or people associated with the 1857 revolution,
    Events or people associated with Gandhi and the Freedom Struggle.





    I Expand the following 5 Marks

    a. N S G __________________________________________

    b. O E C D ___________________________________________

    II Explain the following economic and financial market terms in one or two short sentences. 20 Marks

    1. Gross Domestic Product _________________________________

    __________________________________________________ ___


    2. Privatisation __________________________________________

    __________________________________________________ _______


    3. Sub Prime Crisis _________________________________________


    III Explain in one sentence each why the following people, places or events have been in the news in the last 18 months. (20 Marks)

    1. Omar Hassan al Bashir ____________


    2. Bernard Madoff ________________________

    IV Name the following: 10 Marks

    1. The recently elected President of South Africa __________________

    2. Governor of the Reserve Bank of India ________________________

    3. The Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir _______________________

    4. The Prime Minister of Thailand _______________________________

    __________________________________________________ _______

    __________________________________________________ ______
    5. . ____________________


    V Answer the following. 30 Marks

    1. In January 2009 Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh inaugurated a Naval Academy which would be Asia’s largest such facility for training naval officers. Where is this academy located? _____________________________________

    2. In which state was President’s rule imposed on March 18, 2009 and lifted on May 9, 2009? _____________________________________



    VI Match the following: Write in Column B the description that most closely matches the name in Column A. 15 Marks


    Eg. Brian Lara Highest individual score in an
    innings in Test cricket


    1. Rachel Carson Operatic Tenor who recently retired

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    The exam is conducted in two sessions and the details are: Morning Session: 9.30 am to 11.30am English Paper Pattern:- English Language Skills Time 2 Hours100 Marks I Correct the misspelled words in the following list. Put a tick mark against the correctly spelled word, if any.5 Marks IIUse the following words in sentences to bring out their meaning. (You may use any part of speech or tense of the given word. Eg. If the given word is Do, you may use doing, did, done, etc.) (20 Marks)1.a. Allusion __________________________________________________ ___ __________________________________________________ __________ b.Illusion __________________________________________________ ___ __________________________________________________ __________ III.Each of the sentences below is followed by a parenthesis and a group of four words. Enter in the parenthesis the word or phrase which most nearly expresses the meaning of the italicized word in the context given. 10 Marks1.He stubbornly defended his action with specious reasoning. ( ) a. brilliantb. long-windedc. falsely plausibled. minutely detailed IVCorrect the following sentences.30 Marks1.The Engineering Department purchased some new equipments to simulate conditions in space.____________________________________________ _______________ __________________________________________________ __________ VThe following section is intended to test your knowledge of verb tenses. You are required to correct sentences where the wrong tense is used, or to fill the blanks with the correct form of the verb given in parenthesis. (10 Marks)1.I _______________ _________________ the children to the zoo. (enjoy take)VIPut in the correct or most appropriate preposition. Sometimes several answers are possible. 5 Marks1.I have been thinking ______________ your proposal, and I have decided I would like to join you after all.There could be questions on: Active and Passive voice, Direct and Indirect Speech, Phrasal Verbs, Common Idioms, and Proverbs. VIIWrite an essay of no more than 200 words on any ONE of the following arguing for or against the proposition.20 MarksEg.The disproportionate power exercised by small regional parties, which are part of national coalition governments, has made it impossible for India to develop a national vision of its identity, interests and future.Tea Break: 11.30 am 12 noonAfternoon Session: 12 pm to 1.30 pm General Knowledge Paper Pattern:-Entrance Examination 2009General Knowledge100 MarksAbout 60 65 percent questions are based on current affairs events of the past one year. The purpose is to test how thoroughly you have read the newspapers during the time and retained much of the information found there. The rest are general knowledge:Scientific discoveriesSpace exploration eg. Cassini-HuygensEconomics (understanding of terms like GDP)New Media Terms (What is an i-pad?)Identifying people who have been in the news in the past yearEvents or people associated with the 1857 revolution,Events or people associated with Gandhi and the Freedom Struggle. IExpand the following5 Marksa.N S G __________________________________________b.O E C D ___________________________________________ IIExplain the following economic and financial market terms in one or two short sentences.20 Marks1.Gross Domestic Product __________________________________________________ ____________________________________ 2.Privatisation __________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______ 3.Sub Prime Crisis _________________________________________ IIIExplain in one sentence each why the following people, places or events have been in the news in the last 18 months.(20 Marks)1.Omar Hassan al Bashir ____________2.Bernard Madoff ________________________ IVName the following:10 Marks1.The recently elected President of South Africa __________________ 2.Governor of the Reserve Bank of India ________________________ 3.The Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir _______________________


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