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Most Expected Mcq - Communication Part 7(in Hindi)
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Noise is one of the biggest enemy of effective communication. All the apsect of the noise has been discussed in this particular lesson.

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Talvir Singh
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Thanks for starting this course.This chapter is also important 👍👍👍👌
Tushar Khanna
a year ago
yes. 😁👍👍. thanks for commenting and motivating me for making more courses.
Hello Sir.... Sir 4th ka answer Under Communication kyu nhi ho skta?
Anisha Garg
6 months ago
under communication me msg complete deliver nhi hoskta to lost kse hoga...over me itna data and info de di jati h ki main info lost hojati h
Thank you very much sir for is very helpful to prepare net.a small request pls provide notes for communication and higher education
sir plzz environment pe topic wise video bna dijiye sir
You have done really a great job, but I will be highly obliged if you give some lessons as well as mcqs based on "Assertion and Reasons". Thanks in advance.
thank you so much sir for your are awesome at explanation...damm good


  3. 1. Which of these is the external sounds present in the channels of communication? a) Noise b) Semantic problems c) Cultural barriers d) Over communication

  4. are problems arising from 2. expression. a) Cultural barriers b) Semantic problems c) Wrong assumptions d) Selecting perception

  5. 3. Both encoding and decoding of message are influenced by our emotion. a) True b) False

  6. 4. In which of these problems, the actual message is lost in the jungle of information? a) Selecting perception b) over communication c) Under communication d) Filtering

  7. 5. When is the communication process complete? a) When the sender transmits the message b) When the message enters the channel c) When the message leaves the channel d) When the receiver understands the message