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Question number: 2580

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Mood is determined by the

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Quality of propositions

b.

Quality of propositions and Quantity of propositions

c.

Quantity of propositions

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 2581

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Which of the following is entrusted with the responsibility for coordination and quality of higher education in India? (18 December First Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

University Grants Commission

b.

Association of Indian Universities

c.

NITI Ayog

d.

Bar Council of India

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In noting the nature of human lives, we have reason to be interested not only in the various things we succeed in doing, but also in the freedoms that we actually have to choose between different kinds of lives. The freedom to choose our lives can make a significant contribution it our well-being but going beyond the perspective of well-being, the freedom itself may be seen as important. Being able to reason and choose is a significant aspect of human life. In fact, we are under no obligation to seek only our own well-being. It is for us to decide what we have good reason to pursue. We need not have to be a great leader to recognise that we can have aims or priorities that differ from the single-minded pursuit of our own well-being only. The freedoms and capabilities we enjoy can also be valuable to us. It is ultimately for us to decide how to use the freedom we have. It is important to emphasise that if social realizations are assessed in terms of human lives and then seen inclusively, taking note of the substantive freedoms that people enjoy, rather than ignoring everything other than pleasures or utilities they end up having. There is also a second significant aspect of freedom: it makes us accountable for what we do. Freedom to choose gives us the opportunity to decide what we should do, but with that opportunity comes the power to do something, the accountability that emanates from that ability- that power-is a part of the capability perspective, and this can make room for demands of duty-what can be broadly called deontological demands. There is an overlap here between agency-centred concerns and the implications of a capability based approach. The perspective of social realizations will take us to further issues central to the analysis of justice in the world.

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Why freedom is seen as important? (18 December First Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

To succeed in doing things.

b.

To go beyond the perspective of one’s own well-being.

c.

To have different life styles.

d.

To understand the perspective of one’s well-being

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What is the inherent aspect of freedom? (18 December First Shift)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Pleasures of freedom

b.

Accountability

c.

Well-being of the self

d.

Absence of actions

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The central idea of the passage is: (18 December First Shift)

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Need for securing justice to all

b.

Emphasis on variety of personal issues

c.

Use of power for freedom

d.

Responsibility for individual happiness

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