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QUESTIONS 1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below : (8) (K) Unless you live under a rock, you must be aware of the fuss around travelling. Those quit-your-job-to-pursue-travel videos must have made you want to resign to travel! According to 2016 statistics published by Trekksoft, 69% of global travellers—of all age groups—are planning to try something new in travel for adventure and new experiences. It is not just your body or brain that evolves, your soul evolves too. Chances are that you belong inthis group. So, why exactly do you want to travel? Is it just because you find it intriguing and dreamy? Or is it because the internet is telling youwhat to think about travel? Oh, so you say that you love to explore otherlocal cultures and talk to strangers? You say you want to get out of yourcomfort zone? Sounds cool! However, why on earth do you want to explore these cultures? What does travel give anyway apart from happiness and some good pictures to post? A lot. Yes. There are many people I have met who love travelling and exploring, but they rarely realise the real deal! Travelling is not just about happiness and a few pictures. It is much more than what you know it to be. I cannot really jot down every aspect of the benefits of travelling, but here’s an attempt at delineating my understanding of it. This understanding has sprung from my latest Deoriatal-Chandrashila Trek. It is a journey towards you. When you travel, you apparently travel towards a destination. However, deep within the boundaries of your soul, you travel towards yourself when you set out on a journey. You get to know yourself. Beyond your comfort zones, there lies a place where you can be above and beyond what you typically are. You discover yourself be it about how you talk to strangers, how you managein a camp, how you feel in an unknown place, what is it like to live in a hotel and make the best use of your time, how you tackle immediate decision-making and so on. The list is endless.

1.Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the word‘intriguing’ as used in the passage? A. Plebian B. Fascinating C. Mundane D. Prosaic E. Arid 2.Which of the following words is farthest in meaning from the word ‘delineating’ given in the passage? A. Detailing B. Supporting C. Veiling D. Trembling E. Depicting 3.Which of the following words is farthest in meaning from the word ‘sprung’ given in the passage? A. Emanate B. Coagulate C. Demure

D. Recede E. Timorous 4.Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the word‘conviction’ given in the passage? A. Repudiation B. Apprehension C. Incredulity D. Tenacity E. Nihilism 5.Which of the following given below is NOT true according to the passage? A. Travelling not only enhances your mental and emotional wellbeing butalso focuses on your spiritual well being. B. Travelling makes you realize how small you are in this vast world. C. Travelling is meant to satiate the physical desires of a person and hence should be undertaken only in a limited way. D. Travel videos have always prompted an individual to quit their job andgive in to their desires E. All are true 6.What is the author’s view about Eco-tourism? A. It is tourism directed towards using a meagre amount of money in order

to travel around the world. B. It is the tourism directed towards natural environments luring one to shed the luxuries of life to explore the wilderness. C. It is the tourism where travellers transcend the realms of their country andvisit any foreign land. D. It is an exploration to natural areas conserving the environment and improving the wellbeing of the local people E. It has persuaded the working class to leave their jobs and opt for a careerin travelling. 7.What is the real deal about travelling as per the author? A. When one travels he frees himself from the monotonous life. B. When one travels he gets more and more closer to his soul. C. When one travels he scrapes all the physical pleasures attached to him. D. When one travels he feels happy and liberated, thereby prompting him tonot miss home. E. When one travels he embraces the happiness he gets from taking pictureson the go. 8.Which of the following given below can be seen as the gifts oftravelling, according to the passage? A. The opportunity to make the best use of one’s time. B. The ability to discover thyself. C. The opportunity to learn about new and different things

D. The ability to improve one’s decision making skills. E. All of the above 9.How according to the author does travel make one humble? A. By frequently putting you into trying situations. B. By making you realise the value of your home C. By making you learn about cultures of different people. D. By making you realise the mistakes you committed in life. E. By bringing you face to face with the vastness of the world. 10.What is the tone of the passage? A. Cynical B. Incendiary C. Introspective D. Dogmatic E. Acerbic

2. Write a job application letter for the post of Assistant Manager in an esteemed organization. COVER LETTER: Vishvajit Viswanath, Plot no.82, 1st cross street, Shankar Nagar, Pammal, Chennai – 600075 30th of April 2021 The HRD, Esteemed organization, No 13, Gandhi Nagar, Chennai – 600063 Respected sir, Sub: Application for the post Assistant Manager -regarding Ref: Advertising detail in “The Hindu”. Dated: 30.04.2021 I’m writing this in response to your advertisement under reference, for the post of Assistant Manager at your prestigious company. I have completed my BE Computer Science Engineering at Sri Sairam Intitute of Technology with 90%. I have started my carrier as junior Engineer in Cognizant CTS. I have been working from 2015 as

Assistant Engineer. I’m a fast learner, I would like to progress my career with this reputed organization. I have enough experience in this field of Computer Science Engineering. If I get this job, I will do my level best and I will be in this part of progress of company. Anticipating for your positive reply. Thank you. Yours sincerely Vishvajit Viswanath (Enclosed Resume) RESUME: Name: Vishvajit Viswanath Address: Plot no.82, 1st cross street, Shankar Nagar, Pammal, Chennai – 600075 Objectives: To associate myself that provides a challenging job and opportunity to prove innovative skill and design work (intelligent & dedication). Educational Qualification: Name of degree Name of the Year of Marks Passing (%) Institution 1 B.E (Computer Sri Sairam Intitute 2015 90% Science of Technology, Engineering) Tambaram

2 HSC Sri Sankara 2011 86% Vidyalaya Matriculation School, Pammal 3 SSLC Sri Sankara 2009 94% Vidyalaya Matriculation School, Pammal PROJECT DONE:  Created a virtual Chatbot to college to provide information about the faculty of the respective departments. S.NO Designation Name of the Duration Company 1 Junior Engg Cognizant CTS 2015-Nil Extra Curricular Activity:  Got a national award in Badminton  Donated blood many times  Planted 1000s of saplings in college itself. Reference:  Prof. Ananthi.S – Cordinator of CSE department of Sri Sairam Institute of Technology

 Dr. Saroja Devi – Senior Manger of Cognizant CTS Personal Detail:  Name: Vishvajit Viswanath  Age: 28  DOB: 30.05.1993  Father Name: Viswanathan.A.R  Mother Name: Srividya Viswanathan  Gender: Male  Marital Status: Bachelor  Nationality: Indian  Address for Communication: Plot no.82, 1st cross street, Shankar Nagar, Pammal, Chennai – 600075  Languages Known: English, Tamil and Hindi Declaration: I hereby declare that the above statements are true to my best of my knowledge. Date: 30.04.2021 Place: Chennai Vishvajit Viswanth

3. Describe the digital ignorance, and how is it connected to the progress of the country? Digital technology is increasingly a pervasive presence in contemporary society. The knowledge and skills required to utilise digital technologies are increasingly seen as necessary for both individuals and organisations, if they wish to become successful participants in and contributors to society. For the individuals and organisations involved in education there is a growing expectation that they are not only required to help learners develop the necessary digital technology knowledge and skills, but that they have the knowledge and skills to effectively use digital technology to fulfill that requirement. There are numerous factors that contribute toward these on-going struggles. However, this talk will propose that ignorance of and the subsequent failure to harness the true nature of digital technology is a significant role. The infrastructure by which individuals, households, businesses, and communities connect to the Internet address the physical mediums that people use to connect to the Internet such as desktop computers, laptops, basic mobile phones or smartphones, iPods or other MP3 players, gaming consoles such as Xbox or PlayStation, electronic book readers, and tablets such as iPads. However, research shows that the digital divide is more than just an access issue and cannot be alleviated merely by providing the necessary equipment. There are at least three factors at play: information accessibility, information utilization, and information receptiveness. More than just accessibility, individuals need to know how to make use of the information and communication tools once they exist within a community.[35] Information professionals have the ability to help bridge the gap by providing reference and information services to help individuals learn and utilize the technologies to which they do have access, regardless of the economic status of the individual seeking help. One telling fact is that \"as income rises so does Internet use ...\", strongly suggesting that the digital divide persists at least in part due to income disparities. Most commonly, a digital divide stems from poverty and the economic barriers that limit resources and prevent people from obtaining or otherwise using newer technologies. In research, while each explanation is examined, others must be controlled in order to eliminate interaction effects or mediating variables, but these explanations are meant to stand as general trends, not direct causes.

4. Write an analytical essay on “Does technology prevent more crime or does it enable more people to commit crimes? Techno wizard time: Synopsis:  Introduction  The Digital Age  The Network  Big data and crime prevention  Computer Crimes  Hi-tech crime  Self-Protection 1. Use a full-service internet security suite 2. Use strong passwords 3. Manage your social media settings 4. Strengthen your home network 5. Know that identity theft can happen anywhere 6. Know what to do if you become a victim  Conclusion Introduction: When we think about the purposes of what technology was supposed to achieve for us, what do we usually mention about it? Most will tell you that the whole idea was meant to make our lives easier and better, which was and is still true in many ways today. Unfortunately, technology has also allowed for individuals to carry out the act of committing crimes right from their homes under anonymity. This is known as cybercrime and can be defined as any online criminal act while using a computer or

other electronic devices to cause harm to others. The Digital Age: Academics at Cambridge University have found that police wearing body-cameras received 93 per cent fewer complaints from the public. This has been put down to the camera increasing accountability on both sides. It is an example of how technology can make a difference in modern policing. At the same time, crime is changing in the digital age. The police must deal with new and emerging cybercrimes, whilst still addressing crimes such as disturbances, shoplifting and domestic violence. The Network: In France, the national Gendarmerie and the National Police are equipping their operational forces with secure, connected tablets and smartphones, supplied by Orange Business Services and Sony. Certified by ANSSI (National Agency for Secure Information Systems), the systems provide users with encrypted communications and secure mobile applications. Documents are shared in a secure private cloud. Lieutenant-Colonel Fumery of the National Gendarmerie emphasized that this project is more than just a tool, it was one of the cornerstones of its digital transformation. Big data and crime prevention: Police forces are starting to use big data, machine learning and predictive analytics to understand and combat crime. In the US, Chicago Police Department has teamed up with the University of Chicago Crime Lab to provide real-time data analysis to increase the effectiveness of policing in two of the city’s highest crime districts. The teams are using Hunchlab, a web based pro-active patrol management system that forecasts when and where crimes might emerge and recommend the best way to respond. It also reflects changing risk landscapes to ensure areas aren’t over policed. Computer Crimes: Though there are many advantages, with this technology Computer crimes are a major issue in the world today. They are taken place in people’s home, office, and in lots of places. A person should be very cautious about the type of personal information that they enter on there someone else’s computer as well as there own. These things could come back to haunt you in the future.

Criminal activity where a computer or network is the source, target, place or tool of a crime is what we call computer crime. Some other terms for computer crime are cybercime, e-crime, hi-tech crime, and electronic crime. None of these categories are exclusive and many activities can be characterized as falling in one or more category. Hi-tech crime: There are a lot of crimes that are easier to commit when using a computer. Examples of the easy to commit crimes are fraud, false inputting, fake output, forgery, theft of information, and eavesdropping. These are just a few although there are more out there. Some of the manipulation of computers include data files, attack on hardware, theft of software, comprised measuring devices, hacking by both employees and/or outsiders, etc. In other words, there are many different types of ways to manipulate a computer. Self-Protection: Cybercrime is an ongoing threat. You might think that the only form of cybercrime you have to worry about is hackers stealing your financial information. But it may not be so simple. There are far more concerns than just basic financial ones. Cybercrime continues to evolve, with new threats surfacing every year. Anyone using the internet should exercise some basic precautions. Here are some tips you can use to help protect yourself against the range of cybercrimes out there.  Use a full-service internet security suite For instance, Norton Security provides real-time protection against existing and emerging malware including ransomware and viruses, and helps protect your private and financial information when you go online.  Use strong passwords Don’t repeat your passwords on different sites, and change your passwords regularly. Make them complex. That means using a combination of at least 10 letters, numbers, and symbols. A password management application can help you to keep your passwords locked down.

 Manage your social media settings Keep your personal and private information locked down. Social engineering cybercriminals can often get your personal information with just a few data points, so the less you share publicly, the better. For instance, if you post your pet’s name or reveal your mother’s maiden name, you might expose the answers to two common security questions.  Strengthen your home network It’s a good idea to start with a strong encryption password as well as a virtual private network. A VPN will encrypt all traffic leaving your devices until it arrives at its destination. If cybercriminals do manage to hack your communication line, they won’t intercept anything but encrypted data. It’s a good idea to use a VPN whenever you a public Wi-Fi network, whether it’s in a library, café, hotel, or airport.  Know that identity theft can happen anywhere It’s smart to know how to protect your identity even when traveling. There are a lot of things you can do to help keep criminals from getting your private information on the road. These include keeping your travel plans off social media and being using a VPN when accessing the internet over your hotel’s Wi-Fi network.  Know what to do if you become a victim If you believe that you’ve become a victim of a cybercrime, you need to alert the local police and, in some cases, the FBI and the Federal Trade Commission. This is important even if the crime seems minor. Your report may assist authorities in their investigations or may help to thwart criminals from taking advantage of other people in the future. If you think cybercriminals have stolen your identity. These are among the steps you should consider. o Contact the companies and banks where you know fraud occurred. o Place fraud alerts and get your credit reports. o Report identity theft to the FTC.

Conclusion: The timing has never been better for using technology to enable and improve learning at all levels, in all places, and for people of all backgrounds. From the modernization of E-rate to the proliferation and adoption of openly licensed educational resources, the key pieces necessary to realize best the transformations made possible by technology in education are in place. Although the presence of technology does not ensure equity and accessibility in learning, it has the power to lower barriers to both in ways previously impossible. No matter their perceived abilities or geographic locations, all learners can access resources, experiences, planning tools, and information that can set them on a path to acquiring expertise unimaginable a generation ago. It is a time of great possibility and progress for the use of technology to support learning. As we bridge the digital divide in schools and homes across the country, we also should build educator capacity to ask students to take part in new and transformational learning experiences with technology. This will require more than sharing tips in the faculty lounge or after-school professional development for educators. It also will require systemic change on the part of teacher preparation providers so their faculty and programming reflect more closely the standards and settings for which they are preparing teacher candidates. These partnerships between teacher preparation programs and school districts are emblematic of the types of partnerships we will need to build across all education groups if we hope to increase the use of technology in learning from an add-on to an integral and foundational component of our education system.

5. Read and interpret the following chart: The given pie chart shows the marks scored by a student in different subjects - English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science in an examination. Assumption: Total marks obtained in the examination are 900. Interpret the given chart and change into a paragraph. MARKS OBTAINED BY STUDENT: This pie chart gives the information about the marks of a student scored in different subjects - English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science in an examination. According to this chart, he scored the highest in Mathematics among the five subjects. But he scored the least in English subject. That explains that he lag English proficiency and good in mathematics. The chart also says that he scored more than English in Hindi. That will be helpful in the other states of India like Northern side. He scored the second largest in his whole set of subjects. This shows that, he is very good in Math and Science because

mostly the basics of them are like conjoined friends. He scored the second last mark that is Social Science. Overall, this chart has explained that he should concentrate more on English subject, not only for the grammar, passage, context but also for the future purpose.

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