Q1 Which of the following function is used to display current date and time?
(A) Date( ) (B) Today( ) (C) Now( ) (D) Time( )
The correct answer is (C) Now( ).
The other options listed are not used to display the current date and time:
(A) Date( ) function is used to retrieve the date component of a given date/time value or to create a new date object with a specific date.
(B) Today( ) function is not a standard function in most programming languages, but some libraries may define it to return the current date.
(D) Time( ) function is used to retrieve the time component of a given date/time value or to create a new time object with a specific time.
Q2. In presentations, which of the following can be inserted?
(A) Sound Clips (B) Movie Clips
(C) Both (A) & (B) (D) None of the above
Solution: The correct answer is (C) Both (A) & (B).
Most presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides allow users to insert sound and movie clips into their presentations to enhance the audience experience.
(A) Sound Clips: Sound clips can be added to a slide to play music, sound effects, or voiceover recordings. The presentation software usually supports common audio file formats such as MP3, WAV, or WMA.
(B) Movie Clips: Movie clips or video clips can be inserted into a slide to play a recorded video, a video clip from the internet, or an animation. The presentation software usually supports common video file formats such as MP4, AVI, or WMV.
Therefore, (C) Both (A) & (B) are correct answers as both sound clips and movie clips can be inserted into a presentation.
3. The correct full form for UPI is __________.
(A) Unified Payment Interface (B) Intermediate Payment Interface
(C) Unified Pay Interface (D) Unified Peoples Interface
The correct full form for UPI is (A) Unified Payment Interface.
UPI stands for Unified Payment Interface, which is a real-time payment system developed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). UPI facilitates inter-bank transactions by instantly transferring funds between two bank accounts on a mobile platform. This system allows users to send and receive money without the need to enter their bank account details, such as the account number, IFSC code, etc.
Option (B) Intermediate Payment Interface, (C) Unified Pay Interface, and (D) Unified Peoples Interface are not the correct full forms for UPI.
Q4. What is slide transition?
(A) Letters (B) Overheads
(C) Animations (D) Visual effect in slide show
The correct answer is (D) Visual effect in slide show.
Slide transition is a visual effect used in a slide show presentation to introduce a new slide by animating the transition from the previous slide to the new slide. It can make the presentation more engaging and help to keep the audience’s attention.
Slide transitions can include a variety of visual effects, such as dissolving, sliding, or zooming, and can be customized in most presentation software. Users can select a different transition for each slide or apply the same transition to all slides.
Option (A) Letters and (B) Overheads are not related to slide transitions, while option (C) Animations are related to the visual effects applied to the elements on a slide, such as images or text boxes, and not the transition between slides.
Q5. What is default page orientation of LibreOffice?
(A) Landscape (B) Portrait (C) A4 (D) A3
The default page orientation of LibreOffice is portrait.
Q6. Which among the following is not a pointing device?
(A) Digitizer (B) Mouse (C) Joystick (D) Light pen
All of the options listed (A) Digitizer, (B) Mouse, (C) Joystick, and (D) Light pen are pointing devices used to interact with a computer. Therefore, none of them is the correct answer to the question “Which among the following is not a pointing device?”
(A) Electronic man (B) Electromagnetic mail
(C) Electronic mail (D) Engine Mail
The correct answer is (C) Electronic mail. The term “e-mail” stands for “electronic mail,” which refers to the exchange of digital messages between individuals or groups using the internet or other computer networks. E-mail is one of the most common and widely used forms of digital communication today, and it has largely replaced traditional mail and other forms of written correspondence.
Q8. Any expression that begins with an equals ‘=’ is treated as __________.
(A) Function (B) Formula (C) Graph (D) Chart
Any expression that begins with an equals sign ‘=’ is treated as a (B) Formula in Microsoft Excel. Formulas are used in Excel to perform calculations on data in cells. The equals sign indicates to Excel that the following characters or cell references should be interpreted as a formula or calculation, rather than as text or a label. Excel includes a wide range of built-in functions that can be used in formulas to perform complex calculations, such as summing a range of cells, calculating an average, or finding the maximum or minimum value in a range.
Q9. The full form of URL is
(A) Useful Resource Logo (B) Uniform Resource Locator
(C) Useful Resource Language (D) Uniform Resource Language
The correct answer is (B) Uniform Resource Locator. The term “URL” stands for “Uniform Resource Locator,” which is a standardized format for identifying and locating resources on the internet. A URL typically consists of several parts, including the protocol used to access the resource (such as “http” or “https”), the domain name or IP address of the server hosting the resource, and the specific path or file name of the resource itself. URLs are used to access web pages, images, videos, and other types of digital content on the internet.
Q10. The term word processing was invented by ______.
(A) IBM (B) HP (C) Intel (D) Microsoft
The term “word processing” was not invented by any of the companies listed. The term was coined in the early 1960s by IBM researcher Dr. Robert W. Wallace to describe the use of computers to create, edit, and print text documents. IBM was one of the early pioneers in the field of word processing, and their early machines, such as the IBM MT/ST (Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter) and the IBM Mag Card Executive, were among the first commercially successful word processing systems. However, it is worth noting that other companies, including Wang Laboratories, Xerox, and DEC, also made significant contributions to the development of word processing technology during this time period.
Q11.Which option can be used to set custom timings for slides in a presentation?
(A) Slide Timings (B) Slide Timer (C) Rehearsal (D) Slide show setup
The correct option that can be used to set custom timings for slides in a presentation is (A) Slide Timings.
Slide Timings allows you to set the duration for which a slide is displayed during a slideshow. This feature is useful when you want to synchronize your presentation with an audio or video file, or when you want to give the audience enough time to read and comprehend the content on each slide.
To set slide timings in Microsoft PowerPoint, you can go to the “Transitions” tab and check the “After” box under the “Advance Slide” section. Then, you can enter the duration in seconds or minutes for which the slide should be displayed. Finally, you can click the “Apply to All Slides” button to apply the timings to all slides in your presentation.
Q12. Which is not type of e-commerce?
(A) Business to Business (B2B) (B) Business to Customer (B2C)
(C) Alpha-commerce (D) M-commerce
Option (C) Alpha-commerce is not a recognized type of e-commerce. The three main types of e-commerce are:
(A) Business to Business (B2B): This type of e-commerce involves the exchange of products or services between two businesses.
(B) Business to Customer (B2C): This type of e-commerce involves the exchange of products or services between a business and individual customers.
(D) M-commerce: This type of e-commerce involves the buying and selling of goods and services through mobile devices.
Therefore, option (C) Alpha-commerce is not a recognized type of e-commerce.
13. Which option can be used to set custom timings for slides in a presentation?
(A) Slide Timings (B) Slide Timer (C) Rehearsal (D) Slide show setup
The option that can be used to set custom timings for slides in a presentation is (A) Slide Timings.
Slide Timings can be set in Microsoft PowerPoint to specify the amount of time a slide will be displayed before advancing to the next slide. This option can be useful for creating self-running presentations or for timing the presentation during a live delivery.
Option (B) Slide Timer and Option (C) Rehearsal are not used to set custom timings for slides. The Slide Timer is not a feature in PowerPoint, and Rehearsal is a feature that allows you to practice and time your presentation, but it does not set custom timings for each individual slide.
Option (D) Slide show setup is a feature that allows you to customize the presentation settings such as screen resolution, aspect ratio, and other display options. It does not set custom timings for each slide.
14.The acronym OCR stands for :
(A) Outsized Character Reader (B) Optical Character Reader
(C) Operational Character Reader (D) Only Character Reader
The acronym OCR stands for (B) Optical Character Reader.
OCR technology is used to convert scanned images or printed text into machine-encoded text that can be edited, searched, and processed digitally. It works by analyzing the shapes of characters in an image and converting them into alphanumeric characters that can be recognized by a computer.
Option (A) Outsized Character Reader, Option (C) Operational Character Reader, and Option (D) Only Character Reader are not recognized acronyms for OCR technology.
15. Is it possible to convert presentation into a video or pdf?
(A) Yes (B) No (C) May be (D) Can’t say
(A) Yes, it is possible to convert a presentation into a video or PDF. There are various software and tools available that can be used to convert a presentation into a video or PDF format. For example, Microsoft PowerPoint has built-in options to export a presentation as a video or PDF. Similarly, there are third-party tools like Adobe Acrobat or Camtasia that can be used to convert a presentation into a PDF or video format respectively.
16. Which of the following provides a printed copy of your presentation?
(A) Outline (B) Speaker notes
(C) Audience handouts (D) Print option
(C) Audience handouts provide a printed copy of your presentation. Audience handouts are a feature in presentation software like Microsoft PowerPoint that allows you to print multiple slides per page with room for notes. You can customize the handouts with your company logo or other branding and include headers and footers with information like the presentation title, date, and page numbers. Handouts can be useful for attendees to take notes during the presentation or to review the material after the presentation is over. The other options listed, including outlines, speaker notes, and print options, do not necessarily provide a printed copy of the presentation for the audience. Outlines and speaker notes are meant for the presenter’s reference, and the print option simply prints the presentation slides without additional customization.
17. http://www.google.com is an example of __________.
(A) Protocol (B) Access Code (C) URL (D) EMAIL
(C) http://www.google.com is an example of a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). A URL is a web address that specifies the location of a webpage or file on the internet. The URL consists of the protocol used to access the resource (in this case, HTTP), the domain name (in this case, www.google.com), and the specific path to the resource (if applicable).
18.In a computer spreadsheet, absolute cell reference can be represented as :
(A) A3 (B) $A$3 (C) A$3 (D) $A3
(B) $A$3 is the representation of absolute cell reference in a computer spreadsheet.
Absolute cell reference is a type of cell reference in a spreadsheet that is fixed or constant, meaning that it does not change when a formula is copied to other cells. It is denoted using the dollar sign ($).
In the example of $A$3, the dollar sign before the column letter A and the row number 3 indicates that both the column and row references are absolute. When a formula containing this absolute cell reference is copied to another cell, the reference to cell A3 will remain fixed and not change relative to the new cell.
19.What does BHIM stands for?
(A) Bharat Interface for Money (B) Bharat Interface for Machine
(C) Bharat Internet for Money (D) Bharat Interface to Money
(A) BHIM stands for Bharat Interface for Money. BHIM is a mobile payment app developed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to promote digital transactions and cashless payments in India. It allows users to send and receive money using their mobile number and bank account linked to the app. BHIM is based on the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and allows users to make instant bank-to-bank transfers, pay bills, and make purchases at retail stores using QR codes.
20. The slide that is used to introduce a topic and set the tone for the presentation is called
(A) Bullet slide (B) Table Slide (C) Title Slide (D) Graph Slide
(C) The slide that is used to introduce a topic and set the tone for the presentation is called the Title Slide.
The Title Slide typically includes the presentation title, the presenter’s name, and the date. It is often the first slide in a presentation and serves as an introduction to the topic. The Title Slide can also include additional information such as the presenter’s affiliation, the event or conference name, or a logo.
Bullet Slide is a slide that lists items in bullet point format. Table Slide is a slide that contains a table or chart to display data. Graph Slide is a slide that displays data or information in graphical form.
21. Which option should be used to type CO2 to get 2 at its proper place?
(A) Bold (B) Underline (C) Subscript (D) Superscript
(C) Subscript should be used to type CO2 and get 2 at its proper place.
Subscript is a formatting option in word processing and presentation software that allows you to type text or numbers below the baseline. This is commonly used in chemical formulas, such as CO2, where the number 2 is a subscript to indicate the number of oxygen atoms.
Bold is used to make text thicker and more prominent. Underline is used to add a line beneath the text. Superscript is used to type text or numbers above the baseline, and is commonly used for exponents or footnotes.
22.Which option is used to insert the related hints of a slide?
(A) Note Master (B) Presentation Master
(C) Slide Master (D) Hint Master
(A) Note Master is used to insert the related hints of a slide.
The Note Master is a feature in presentation software like Microsoft PowerPoint that allows you to create and customize notes associated with each slide in your presentation. The notes can be used to provide additional information or cues for the presenter or to serve as a script for the presentation.
The Presentation Master is used to create a consistent look and feel for your entire presentation, including colors, fonts, and graphics.
The Slide Master is used to create and customize the overall design and layout of your slides, including the background, color scheme, font styles, and placeholders for text and graphics.
Hint Master is not a standard feature in presentation software, so this option is not applicable.
23.Why is one time password safe?
(A) Easy to generate (B) Not sharable
(C) Different for every access (D) Encrypted password
(C) One time password is safe because it is different for every access.
One time password (OTP) is a security feature used for authenticating a user’s identity during online transactions or accessing a secure system. It is a temporary password that is valid for only one login session or transaction, and then becomes invalid.
The safety of OTP lies in the fact that it is generated afresh for every access or transaction, which makes it difficult for hackers or attackers to use the same password again. OTPs are usually sent to the user’s registered mobile number or email address and expire after a short period of time, typically a few minutes. This makes OTPs more secure than traditional static passwords, which can be vulnerable to hacking or theft if they are reused or shared.
Easy to generate and encrypted passwords are also important features for ensuring password safety, but they are not the primary reason that OTPs are safe.
24.Which of the following will not advance the slides in a slide show view?
(A) Esc key (B) Spacebar (C) Enter key (D) Mouse button
(A) The Esc key will not advance the slides in a slide show view.
In a slide show view, pressing the Spacebar or the Enter key will advance the slides one by one. Clicking the Mouse button will also advance the slides.
However, the Esc key is typically used to exit the slide show view and return to the normal editing view of the presentation software. Pressing the Esc key will not advance the slides.
(A) Wireless Local Area Network
(B) Wired Local Area Network
(C) Wireless Local Ambiguity Network
(D) Wired Latent Area Network
a) WLAN stands for Wireless Local Area Network.
26. What is full form of PDF?
(A) Portable Document File (B) Portable Data Format
(C) Portable Document Format (D) Partial Data File
The full form of PDF is Portable Document Format.
27.The active cell is M10. If you press the enter key, then you will reach at :
(A) N10 (B) M11 (C) M9 (D) M12
If the active cell is M10 and you press the Enter key, then the active cell will move to M11. Therefore, the answer is option (B) M11.
28.Extension of LibreOffice Calc file is __________.
(A) .ods (B) .xls (C) .odx (D) .txt
The extension of LibreOffice Calc file is .ods. Therefore, the answer is option (A) .ods.
29.When you conduct a what-if analysis, you will change specific values to see the impact of these changes on the results. What is the term for the values you will change?
(A) Prediction Values (B) Result Values
(C) What if Values (D) Assumption Values
The term for the values that you will change during a what-if analysis is “Assumption Values”. Therefore, the answer is option (D) Assumption Values.
(A) Virus (B) threat (C) Security (D) Worm
Firewall is a type of security. Therefore, the answer is option (C) Security.
31.Where is the file name displayed?
(A) Title bar (B) Taskbar (C) Status bar (D) Scroll bar
The file name is displayed in the (A) Title bar of a program’s window. The title bar is typically located at the top of the window and displays the name of the currently open file or document.
Q32.__________ gets propagated through networks and technologies like SMS, Bluetooth, wireless medium, USBs and infrared to affect mobile phones.
(A) Worms (B) Antivirus
(C) Malware (D) Multimedia Files
(C) Malware gets propagated through networks and technologies like SMS, Bluetooth, wireless medium, USBs, and infrared to affect mobile phones. Malware is a type of malicious software that is designed to harm or exploit any computing device, including mobile phones, by infecting them with viruses, trojans, worms, ransomware, and other harmful software.
Q33 The handout master contains placeholders for all of the following except
(A) Slide number (B) Title (C) Footer (D) Header
The handout master contains placeholders for all of the following: (A) Slide number, (B) Title, and (C) Footer.
Therefore, the correct answer is (D) Header.
Q34 A __________ is an application that allows the user to compose, format and edit simple documents.
(A) Word Processing (B) Email Utility
(C) Browser (D) Word processor
(D) Word processor is an application that allows the user to compose, format, and edit simple as well as complex documents. A word processor is designed to create, edit, and format text documents, such as letters, memos, reports, and manuscripts, by providing various tools and features such as spell-check, grammar-check, formatting, styles, tables, images, and more.
Q35 A __________ is a collection of design choices that include color, font and special effects.
(A) Data (B) Theme (C) Table (D) Slide
(B) Theme is a collection of design choices that include color, font, and special effects. In software applications, such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides, and LibreOffice Impress, themes are used to define the overall look and feel of a presentation, including the background color, font style, size, and color, bullet styles, and more. Themes provide a quick and easy way to create professional-looking presentations with a consistent design throughout.
Q36 UMANG app helps to avail the services such as
(A) Filling income tax (B) Making Aadhaar and PF
(C) Booking a gas cylinder (D) All of the above
(D) All of the above services can be availed using the UMANG app. The UMANG (Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance) app is a Government of India initiative that provides a single platform for citizens to access various government services online. The app offers a wide range of services, including filling income tax, making Aadhaar and PF, booking a gas cylinder, applying for a passport, checking EPF balance, and more. The app is available for download on both Android and iOS platforms.
Q37. How many scroll bars will appear when zooming the document to 300%?
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
It depends on the application you are using and the size of the document. However, in most applications, when you zoom the document to 300%, it is likely that you will see two scroll bars, one for the horizontal direction and one for the vertical direction.
Therefore, the answer is (B) 2.
Q38 Cut, copy and paste options are available in __________ menu.
(A) File (B) Edit (C) Format (D) View
Cut, copy, and paste options are available in the (B) Edit menu of most applications. These options are essential editing functions that allow users to move or duplicate content within a document or between different documents.
Therefore, the correct answer is (B) Edit.
Q39 A __________ is a saved sequence of commands or keystrokes that are stored for later use.
(A) Macro (B) Automation (C) Indentation (D) Mail merge
(A) Macro is a saved sequence of commands or keystrokes that are stored for later use. Macros are used to automate repetitive tasks or complex operations that require multiple steps. Once you record a macro, you can play it back later to perform the same sequence of actions automatically. Macros can be created in many applications, including Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access.
Q40 For a better readability, it is preferable that bullet points are:
(A) Long sentences
(B) page of text
(C) Short phrases or partial sentences
(D) Complete paragraphs
(C) Short phrases or partial sentences are preferable for bullet points to improve readability. Bullet points are used to break down complex information into smaller, easy-to-digest chunks. Therefore, it is important to keep bullet points brief and to the point, using short phrases or partial sentences rather than long sentences or complete paragraphs. This helps to improve readability and makes it easier for the audience to understand the main points being presented.