MCQ on Communication QUESTION ANSWERS.
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Which of the following incidents happened in year 1854?
IU postal system was introduced
Post office savings bank started
The first postage stamp introduced
All of them happened in the same year
Which of the following is NOT a reason why persuasion is difficult?
Persuasion occurs slowly, over time, not after only one message.
Listeners might question the speaker's credibility and thus refuse to consider the message.
Attitudes and beliefs may be deeply entrenched and thus difficult to change.
People are lazy; it is easier not to change but to continue following familiar ways.
What is the fundamental technique used in public relations
To identify the product
To identify the target audience
To identify the market
To identify the organisations
When the company thinks your audience will be interested in what you have to say or willing to cooperate, it usually opts for
In which year was the BBC service started in India
Researchers who study gender differences in the acquisition of self-concept have found that
both genders consider social comparisons of the utmost importance.
men tend to derive their self-concept more from achievement.
women usually place more emphasis on achievements than on social connections in the formation of their self-concept.
neither gender puts much stock in reflected appraisals.
Alternative communication is
A form of communicating that is appropriate for use with children.
A visual form of communicating that replaces spoken words.
A system of communication that can be used anywhere.
A form of communicating used with spoken words.
Who is the leader of the news service division?
Editor in charge
The process of generating an idea in the mind through the assemblage of ideas that retain their identities is called .........................
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