Applied Psychology Sample Model Papers of Punjab University for BSc Part-1 Part-2

Applied Psychology Sample Model Papers of Punjab University for BSc Part-1 Part-2

SAMPLE PAPERS

NOT TO BE USED AS QUESTION PAPER FOR ANNUAL EXAMINATION

PAPER-I (THEORY PAPER)

PART-A: BASIC CONCEPTS IN PSYCHOLOGY        MAX. MARKS: 80

Note: Answer any FIVE questions including Question 9, which is Compulsory. All

questions carry equal marks.

1.a) Give a brief over view of major schools of Psychology. (8)

b) What different methods of Observation are used in Psychology? (8)

2.a) What do you know about Nervous System? (8)

b) Differentiate between Sensation and Perception (8)

3.a) Discuss Theories of Motivation (8)

b) Define emotion and its expression (8)

4.a) What is the difference between learning and conditioning? (8)

b) Explain the process of Memory? (8)

5.a) What is meant by Forgetting? (8)

b) How did field of Psychology develop? (8)

6.a) Differentiate between Operant and Classical Conditioning (8)

b) Describe Interview and what are its types? (8)

7.a) What is the difference between primary and secondary motives? (8)

b) What is the role of Endocrine system in Human behaviour? (8)

8.a) Write note on structure and functions of Eye. (8)

b) What are major theories of Emotion? (8)

9.Compulsory Question: (16)

a) Define the Following Terms: (8)

Mean. Median, Mode, .Statistics

b) Find out the Mean. Median and Mode of the following values: (4)

5,4,8,3,7,2,9,4,1

c) What is the significance of Graphic presentation in analysis? (4)

NOT TO BE USED AS QUESTION PAPER FOR ANNUAL EXAMINATION

PAPER-II (THEORY PAPER)

PART-A: APPLIED AREAS OF PSYCHOLOGY          MAX. MARKS: 80

Note: Answer any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks

1.a) What is the scope of Psychology? (8)

b) What do you understand by Clinical Psychology and its role (8)

2.a) Write brief history of Counseling Psychology. (8)

b) Name and define various approaches to I/O Psychology. (8)

3.a) What is the role of Developmental Psychologist in Pakistan? (8)

b) What are the emerging areas in Psychology? (8)

4.a) Describe Models of Health Psychology. (8)

b) Which techniques of Assessment and Intervention are used by a

Counseling Psychologist?(8)

5.a) What are different types of groups? Describe in detail. (8)

b) What is the importance of Sport Psychology in the World? (8)

6.a) What is the status of Forensic Psychology in Pakistan? (8)

b) How would you differentiate between Prejudice and Stereotypes? (8)

7.a) Discuss the role of School Psychologist. (8)

b) Which services are provided by I/O Psychologist? (8)

8.a) Describe different Perspectives of Educational Psychology. (8)

b) What is the difference between Clinical Psychology and Health (8)

Psychology?

9.a) What are the types and characteristics of Leadership? (8)

b) How field of Health Psychology emerged? (8)

FORMAT FOR THEORY PAPERS

BA / B.Sc. Applied Psychology (Part-I & Part-11) Annual Examination

1.Question paper will be set with choice of 5 questions out of 9 and marks will be equally assigned to all questions

2.All questions will have two parts; a and b.

3.A and B parts will not be on same topic but different topics so that complete syllabus is covered.

4.The question based on statistics portion will be compulsory and will comprise of short

answers and will have 2-3 parts, a, b, and c.

5.The compulsory Statistics question will include questions on application of

knowledge/comprehension of theoretical concept and numerical calculations

Paper-I (Practical component): Experiments in Psychology        Max Marks = 20

Division of Marks

Practical Note Book                     Marks = 05

Conducting practical during exam                Marks = 10

Viva Voce                        Marks = 05

Paper-II (Practical component): Mini Research (group of 4 – 5 students) Max Marks = 20

Division of Marks

Conducting research and preparing Report            Marks =10

Viva Voce                        Marks =10

PU BSc Space Science Part-1 Part-2 Past Sample Model Papers

PU BSc Space Science Part-1 Part-2 Past Sample Model Papers

Model Paper

B.Sc. Space Science-A

Astronomy, Astrophysics and Meteorology

Note: Attempt any  FIVE question. All question carry equal marks.

Q-1  What are the different system of coordinates in astronomy?        15

Q-2  Write a detailed note on solar eclipse. Why solar eclipse does not occur?     15

every  month?

Q-3  (a) Derive a relation between luminosity and magnitude?        7.5

(b) What is Interstellar medium and how it affect stars?        7.5

Q-4  Write a detailed note on Jet streams. Discuss its segments and its       15

flight importance?

Q-5  What is humidity? Discuss its different types?          15

Q-6  Differentiate between sidereal and mean solar times?        15

Q-7  What is solar activity and its effects on earth?          15

Q-8  Define the following terms:                15

Celestial sphere   Small Circle     Great circle     Sunspots.

Supernovae     Sunspots     Parallex     Galaxy

Q-9  What is magnetosphere? Do not forget to draw and label its figure?      15

Model Paper

B.Sc. Space Science-B

Astronomy, Atmospheric Physics and Space Science

Note: Attempt any  FIVE question. All question carry equal marks

Q-1  What is the composition of dry air?  What is environmental lapse rate?     15

Also discuss difference modes of heart transfer?

Q-2  Discuss in detail Tephigram?                15

Q-3  (a) What is Ionosphere and its layers?            7.5

(b) Briefly discuss sunspot activity?              7.5

Q-4  Discuss in detail the cloud classification?            15

Q-5  Discuss different applications of remote sensing technology?      15

Q-6  Differentiate between aerial and satellite remote sensing?        15

Q-7  Write a detailed note on the working of multistage rocket?        15

Q-8  How a satellite is launched and injected into its orbit?         15

Write down all the maneuvers?

Q-9  (a) Discuss the principle of rocket?              7.5

(b) Write advantages and disadvantages of solid and liquid propellant?     7.5

Model Paper

B.Sc. Space Science-C

Practical

Note: Attempt any  TWO Practical. All  carry equal marks

Q-1  Draw constellations and identify the stars in it?          10

Q-2  Describe the use of telescope and how sunspots can be measured by telescope?  10

Q-3  To determine the precise time of sunrise on a given date and place?      10

Q-4  To determine the vertical distance between two points by means of sextant?  10

Model Paper

B.Sc. Space Science-D

Practical

Note: Attempt any  TWO Practical. All carry equal marks

Q-1  Determine the azimuth of Qibla at a given place?          10

Q-2  Describe the uses of different Meteorological instruments for observations   10

Q-3  In detail interpret the satellite picture?            10

Q-4  To calculate the precise time of Astronomical twilight on a given date and place?  10

Punjab University BSc Part-1 Part-2 Past Sample Papers of Physics

Punjab University BSc Part-1 Part-2 Past Sample Papers of Physics

UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB Roll No. …………………….
Sample Paper of Physics (Paper-A) Revised 2016
Examination: B.Sc. Part-I (III Year)
PAPER: Theory (Paper-A) Time allowed: 3 Hours
Subject: Physics Max. Marks: 75
Note: Attempt Five (5) questions, selecting not more than Two (2) questions from each section.
SECTION-I

Q1. (a) State and prove the Gauss’s divergence theorem. (8)

(b) Given f = 2x3 y2 z4  find (i) div grad f (ii) Show that Ñ × Ñf = Ñ2f .
(c) Define scalar field and give an example. (2)
Q2. (a) What is theory of relativity? State its two basic postulates. Prove the relation
E2  = p2c2 + M 2c4  where symbols have usual meanings. (8)
(b) The electrons are accelerated to a kinetic energy of 50GeV. Find the speed of such
an electron as a fraction of c. (5)
(c) What is relativistic momentum? Give its relation. (2)
Q3. (a) Show that the force exerted by a uniform thin spherical sheet of mass ‘M’ on a point mass ‘m’ when it is outside, is the same as if all the mass of the spherical shell were concentrated at its center. (8)
(b) At what altitude above the earth’s surface the value of ‘g’ is 3/4th of its value at the surface of the earth. (5)
(c) How the value of ‘g’ vary with height and depth? (2)
Q4. (a) What is a conical pendulum? Show that time period of conical pendulum is independent of mass of object. (8)
(b) What are Lorentz transformations (do not derive)? Discuss one consequence of Lorentz transformation equation. (5)
(c) Two observers are moving relative to one another. Will they measure their relative speed and time between two events to have same value? (2)
SECTION-II
Q5. (a) What is Michelson Interferometer? How Michelson and Morley demise the ether theory from their interferometer? (8)
(b) If a Mirror M in interferometer is moved through 0.233 mm, 792 fringes are counted with a light meter. What is the wavelength of the light? (5)
(c) Why the centre of Newton rings is dark? (2)
Q6. (a) Define damped harmonic oscillator, derive its equation of motion and find its solution. (8)
(b) A block of mass 250 g is attached to a spring of stiffness 85 N/m. The block oscillates in a resistive medium with b = 0.07 kg / s . After what time the mechanical energy of this oscillator drops to one half of its initial value? (5)
(c) Write relation of time period for a physical pendulum and reduce it to the time period of a simple pendulum. (2)

Q7. (a) What is Doppler Effect? Find the apparent frequencies of sound under the following cases:
(i) When the source is at rest in his frame and listener is moving with velocity V0.
(ii) When the listener is at rest in his frame and source is moving with velocity V0. (8)

(b) The siron of a police car emits a pure tone at a frequency of 1125 Hz. Find the frequency that you would hear under the following circumstances:

(i) you and police are moving towards each other at 14.5 m/s.
(ii) you are moving at 9 m/s, police car chasing behind you at 3.8 m/s. (take speed of sound v =343 m/s). (5)
(c) Consider two tuning forks having frequencies 256 Hz and 258 Hz, respectively are sounded together. Find their beat frequency. (2)

SECTION-III

Q8. (a) State first law of thermodynamics and apply it to prove PV g = constant for an adiabatic process.(8)

(b) Consider a sample of gas consisting of 0.11mole with volume Vi = 4.0 m3 and Pi = 10Pa . Let the cylinder be removed from the thermal reservoir and let us compress the gas adiabatically until its volume is V f = 1.0 m3 . Find the change in internal energy of the gas, assuming it to be helium (a monatomic gas with y =5/ (5)

(c) Explain why a thermoflask is double-walled, evacuated and silvered. (2)
Q9. (a) State Carnot’s theorem. How can we find entropy change for an irreversible process? (8)
(b) An automobile engine, whose thermal efficiency e is 22%, operates at 95 cycles per
second and does work at the rate of 120 hp.
(i) how much work per cycle is done on the system by the environment?
(ii) how much heat enters and leaves the engine in each cycle? (5)
(c) What factors reduce the efficiency of a heat engine from its ideal value? (2)
Q10. (a) Evaluate most probable speed and rms speed from Maxwell distribution of molecular speeds. (8)
(b) Calculate the mean free path for 35 spherical jelly beans in a jar that is vigorously shaken. The volume of the jar is 1.0 liter and the diameter of a jelly bean is 1.0 cm. (5)
(c) If hot air rises, why it is cooler at the top of mountain? (2)

UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB Roll No. ……………………

Sample Paper of Physics (Paper-C) Revised 2016
Examination: B.Sc. Part-I (III Year)
PAPER: Practical (Paper-C) Time allowed: 3 Hours
Subject: Physics Max. Marks: 25
Practical: Mechanics, Waves, Oscillations, Optics, Thermodynamics and Kinetic theory of gases.
Note:

i. Mark at least TWO experiments. The examiner will allot you ONE experiment to perform out of your marked experiments.
ii. Write down the brief THEORY and PROCEDURE.

Group I
Q1. To determine the surface tension by capillary rise method. (20)
Q2. To determine wavelengths of sodium D lines by Newton’s rings. (20)
Q3. To determine the velocity of sound by Kundt’s tube. (20)
Q4. To determine the resolving power of a diffraction grating. (20)
Q5. To determine the mechanical equivalent of heat “ J ” by Electrical Method
(Callender and Barnes Method). (20)
Q6. Practical Note Book and Viva Voce. (05)