Match List-I (Organisations) with List-II (Headquarters) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: (June 2011 UGC-NET Exam Mass Communication)\n\n\n\nList- I\nList-II\n\n\n(Organisations)\n(Headquarters)\n\n\n(a) AMIC\n(i) Germany\n\n\n(b) TOI\n(ii) New Delhi\n\n\n(c) PII\n(iii) Singapore\n\n\n(d) DPA\n(iv) Mumbai\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCodes\n(a)\n(b)\n(c)\n(d)\n\n\n(A)\n(i)\n(iv)\n(ii)\n(iii)\n\n\n(B)\n(ii)\n(iv)\n(i)\n(iii)\n\n\n(C)\n(iii)\n(iv)\n(ii)\n(i)\n\n\n(D)\n(i)\n(ii)\n(iii)\n(iv)\n\n\n\nCorrect Answer: (C)\nExplanation:\u00a0AMIC (1971) stands for the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre, which is a non-profit organization that aims to promote communication and media development in the Asia-Pacific region. Its headquarters is located in Singapore.\nTOI (1838) stands for the Times of India, which is a daily English language newspaper published in India. It is the largest circulated English-language newspaper in the world by circulation, and its headquarters is located in Mumbai, India.\nPII (1963) stands for the Press Institute of India, which is an autonomous body that promotes journalism education and training in India. First founded in New Delhi, PII later shifted to the Research in Newspaper Development (RIND) office in the C. P. T. Campus, Taramani, Chennai.\nDPA (1949) stands for Deutsche Presse-Agentur, which is a German news agency that provides news and information in multiple languages. Its headquarters is located in Berlin, Germany, and it has correspondents in more than 100 countries around the world.\n"We hope this blog post has been helpful in preparing for your UGC-NET or Journalism and Mass Communication exams. We encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section below and join in the conversation. Your feedback is valuable to us, and we look forward to hearing from you!"