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SET/SLET Education Paper II - Online Mock Test

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Question 1
Who is the first propagator of Idealism?      
A
Frobel
B
Plato
C
Rousseau
D
Yashpal
Question 2
Method of teaching in Pragmatism          
A
Learning by doing
B
Lecture method
C
Programmed instruction
D
Discussion method
Question 3
Epistemology deals with the following       
A
Values
B
Culture
C
Knowledge
D
Religion
Question 4
Which of the following is not an aim of Naturalism ?         
A
Belief in God
B
Following Nature
C
Self-Learning
D
Child Centred Education
Question 5
The book “The Life Divine” was written by        
A
Vivekananda
B
Tagore
C
Gandhi
D
Aurobindo
Question 6
Sankhya philosophy was propounded by      
A
Goutama
B
Kapila
C
Patanjali
D
Bruhaspathi
Question 7
Negative education in Naturalism was proposed by           
A
Rousseau
B
Spencer
C
Bacon
D
Ballard
Question 8
Marxism does not believe in         
A
Education for productivity
B
Religious education
C
Education for equality and equity
D
Mass education
Question 9
Which of the following does not belong to Metaphysics?        
A
Theology
B
Cosmology
C
Science of Soul
D
Axiology
Question 10
Aim of complete living in education was propounded by           
A
F. Herbert
B
Herbert Spencer
C
John Dewey
D
Plato
Question 11
“Social Change in India” was written by          
A
M. N. Srinivas
B
J. C. Agarwal
C
B. Kuppuswamy
D
T. Viswanathan
Question 12
The most effective system of socialization is            
A
Library
B
Play ground
C
Church
D
Family
Question 13
Educational sociology helps          
A
to formulate educational aims
B
to develop curriculum
C
to establish school discipline
D
to implement the above three
Question 14
According to Quran, education compulsory for         
A
All men
B
All women
C
All men and women
D
None of the above
Question 15
Who is regarded as the Father of Sociology ?         
A
Auguste Comte
B
Robert Payne
C
Ivor Morrish
D
Mac Iver
Question 16
What does social change mean?          
A
Social mobility
B
Change in education system
C
Change in Government
D
Social progress
Question 17
For whom, Navodaya Schools are established?          
A
Gifted urban
B
Gifted rural
C
Poor urban
D
Poor rural
Question 18
Mentor means       
A
Guide
B
Balancer
C
Seller
D
Negotiator
Question 19
Money spent on education is considered as         
A
Expenditure
B
Expensive
C
Investment
D
Wastage
Question 20
Which of the following is not one of the Four Pillars of Education?          
A
Learning to be
B
Learning to live peacefully
C
Learning to work
D
Learning to know
Question 21
By whom was the First Psychology Laboratory established in Leipzig?          
A
Woundt
B
Freud
C
Pavlov
D
Bandura
Question 22
TAT (Thematic Apperception Test) was developed by         
A
Thorndike
B
Murry
C
Weschler
D
Binet
Question 23
It does not belong to Learning Disabilities          
A
Dyslexia
B
Dilemma
C
Disgraphia
D
Discalculia
Question 24
The production of a novel response that appropriately solves a given problem is          
A
Convergent Thinking
B
Divergent Thinking
C
Creativity
D
Productive Thinking
Question 25
Who conducted the research on “Forgetting”?           
A
Galton
B
Spearman
C
Ebbinghaus
D
Binet
Question 26
Which of the following learning theory has more emphasis on concept of ‘Reinforcement’?         
A
Trial and Error
B
Insightful Learning
C
Classical Conditioning
D
Operant Conditioning
Question 27
Case study method was developed by        
A
David
B
R. B. Cattle
C
Allport
D
Eysenck
Question 28
The concept of ‘configuration’ was proposed by        
A
Behaviourists
B
Gestaltists
C
A and B both
D
None of these
Question 29
To test the intelligence of illiterates we use        
A
Group tests of personality
B
Verbal tests
C
Non-verbal tests
D
Language tests
Question 30
Achievement Motivation is measured by        
A
Stanford Binet Scale of Intelligence
B
Weschelar Scale
C
Thematic Apperception Test
D
No test is available
Question 31
Thinking is         
A
Learning process
B
Physical process
C
Developmental process
D
Mental process
Question 32
In the selection of teachers, greater importance should be given to         
A
Personality
B
Educational Qualifications
C
Teaching Aptitude
D
Character
Question 33
Who is the father of Psycho-analysis?          
A
Carl Jung
B
Sigmund Freud
C
B. F. Skinner
D
Thurstone
Question 34
The causes of individual differences are always        
A
Heredity
B
Social and Economic
C
Emotional and Personal
D
Environmental and Hereditary
Question 35
The “Group Factor Theory” of intelligence was originally proposed by          
A
Spearman
B
Thurstone
C
Terman
D
Skinner
Question 36
Projective Techniques are used to assess        
A
Intelligence
B
Creativity
C
Personality
D
Learning
Question 37
The process of change of behaviour on the basis of experience is called        
A
Learning
B
Reinforcement
C
Personality
D
Stimulus
Question 38
When a person is not able to choose between two goals, he has           
A
Forgetting
B
Fatigue
C
Anger
D
Conflict
Question 39
A formal systematic and intensive academic activity carried out scientifically to solve a problem or discover new fund of knowledge is called           
A
Problem solving
B
Research
C
Discovery
D
Scientific approach
Question 40
Identify the characteristic of a good research problem           
A
Finding out relationship between two or more variables
B
Defines a concept
C
Compares variables
D
Leads to argument
Question 41
Hypothesis in research means         
A
Carry clear implications for testing the stated relations
B
Carry arguments to solve the problem
C
Carry solutions for problems
D
Carry problem statements
Question 42
In laboratory experiments, the more precise experimental procedure is         
A
the more the error variance
B
the less the strength of the variable
C
the more the strength of the variable
D
the less the error variance
Question 43
Detect the primary source from the sources given        
A
Research surveys containing abstracts
B
Publications describing others work
C
Publications containing authors own work
D
Publications containing others experiences
Question 44
Systematic sampling refers to the pattern where   (A) Every nth individual in the population list is selected (B) Groups rather than individuals are selected (C) Each member of the population does not have an equal chance of being selected (D) The researcher selects sample based on the specific purpose of research 
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 45
An approach which often leads to the knowledge for knowledge sake is the approach of        
A
Applied research
B
Action research
C
Fundamental research
D
Analytical research
Question 46
In a situation where two population ‘means’ the difference is actually zero, but, sample ‘means’ show difference to be significant. In this case the researcher has committed         
A
Type I error
B
Type II error
C
Type I and II errors
D
Neither Type I nor Type II error
Question 47
In a research study the effect of mental strain was studied on the methods of teaching of the school teachers. In this study, mental strain is         
A
Intervening variable
B
Independent variable
C
Dependent variable
D
Extraneous variable
Question 48
The Chi-square test is the non-parametric technique most commonly used to analyze        
A
Categorical data
B
Quantitative data
C
Qualitative data
D
Descriptive data
Question 49
Mostly generalizability is less in         
A
Historical research
B
Experimental research
C
Survey research
D
Case study
Question 50
As a researcher you have to obtain the views of very large number of teachers to eradicate corruption from the society. Which tool of the following will be suitable?       
A
Interview
B
Observation Schedule
C
Questionnaire
D
Attitude Scale
Question 51
What is the impact of the teacher’s view ofreality ?  
A
It determines what information is important
B
It determines how well students will learn
C
It determines the results of the education
D
For the sake of becoming proficient.
Question 52
Which book was written by Plato ? 
A
‘The Republic’
B
‘Educational Philosophy’
C
‘Education of Plato’
D
‘Emile’
Question 53
According to _________, “To be is to beperceived.” 
A
Hobbes
B
Locke
C
Berkeley
D
None of the above
Question 54
Which Philosophy believes in the duality ofexistence, prakriti and souls ? 
A
Buddhims
B
Sankhya
C
Vedanta
D
None of these
Question 55
According to Sartre, the existentialist finds thefact that God does not exist : 
A
Liberating
B
Clarifying
C
Very distressing
D
Unimportant
Question 56
Gandhiji’s philosophy of education is : 
A
Craft Based
B
Project Based
C
Experience Based
D
Cognition Based
Question 57
The perspective on explanation that focuseson social contexts of explanations is : 
A
Epistemic
B
Pragmatic
C
Unification
D
Causal
Question 58
In a democratic system, a group achieves andmaintains majority status by : 
A
Forcing people to adhere to the wishes of the group.
B
Persuading others to their side by popular input and rational argument.
C
Refusing to consider the needs of those in the minority.
D
Electing a supreme leader who guides future decision-making.
Question 59
Which of the following did the Buddha notoppose ? 
A
Strong devotion to a guru
B
The power of a priestly class
C
Detachment
D
Rituals for the Gods
Question 60
The policy that many schools now have of incorporating students with disabilities into regular school activities is called : 
A
Integration
B
Inclusion
C
Investment
D
Intrusion
Question 61
French sociologist who stresses the need for a sociological approach to study of education : 
A
Emile Durkheim
B
Parsons
C
Merton
D
Max Weber
Question 62
Who distinguished between the growth of individual in accordance with the goals of specific society and the natural growth of an individual ? 
A
Durkheim
B
John Dewey
C
Parsons
D
G.H. Mead
Question 63
_________ treats society as a self-regulating system of interrelated elements with structured society relationship and observed regularities. 
A
Interactionism
B
Post Modernism
C
Functionalism
D
Conflict Approach
Question 64
‘Experience’ and Education (1938) is written by : 
A
Parson
B
Leo Tolstoy
C
John Dewey
D
Basil Bernstein
Question 65
In the informal process of socialisation the social skills and values are learnt through interaction with : 
A
Family members
B
Peers
C
Other social groups
D
All of them
Question 66
‘Cultural Deprivation’ can be defined as : 
A
Material disadvantages
B
Cultural disadvantage
C
Attitudes and values transmitted to them
D
(A) and (B)
Question 67
Equality of educational opportunity demands that : 
A
All pupil be exposed to same curriculum
B
Providing same facilities in school
C
Similar school through equal input
D
All of the above
Question 68
All societies and groups assume the superiority of their own culture, this reaction is called : 
A
Ethnocentrism
B
Ideal culture
C
Real culture
D
Superior culture
Question 69
Which of these statement is ethnocentric ? 
A
I prefer my religion to all other.
B
I don’t like rock music.
C
I don’t like old movies.
D
Politicians are crooks.
Question 70
Status is defined as rank with set of privileges and duties and role can be defined as : 
A
Acting out the set of duties and privilege.
B
Performance.
C
Behaviour of a person.
D
Rank in group.
Question 71
Development involves : 
A
Maturation
B
Learning
C
Synthesis of abilities
D
All of these
Question 72
The policy of providing Midday meal free of cost to many students is part of Government’s policy to encourage children’s education. This policy is reflection of whose approach to education : 
A
Carl Rogers
B
Arthur Combs
C
Abraham Maslow
D
Roger Johnson
Question 73
The traits of Kalikak family of USA were studied by : 
A
Goddard
B
Gallon
C
Gregor Memdel
D
Charles Darwin
Question 74
Which of the following is true regarding bothlanguage and physical development ? 
A
Depends on training
B
Depends on experience
C
Spurts of development at different ages
D
Stops at a particular age
Question 75
According to Sigmund Freud, the pleasure from knowledge is one of the sources of pleasure during _______ stage. 
A
Latency
B
Phallic
C
Oedipal
D
Oral
Question 76
Which of the following is not an essential requirement for trial and error learning ? 
A
Chance to success
B
Barrier
C
Drive
D
Selective movement of the organism
Question 77
In Hull’s theory, learning occurs when the S-R connection is closely and timely associated with _______ 
A
Cognitive field of the learner
B
Diminution of the need
C
Reinforcement
D
Drive
Question 78
According to Tolman, the type of learning that explains the final type of connection between positive or negative objects to basic drives is ________ 
A
Cathexis
B
Equivalence belief
C
Drive discrimination
D
Field expectancy
Question 79
Which of the following term describes ‘When connection is not established between CS and CR, due to any factor’ 
A
Extinction
B
Spontaneous recovery
C
Contiguity
D
Inhibition
Question 80
Operant conditioning differs from classical conditioning by — 
A
Dealing primarily with reflective type of response.
B
Focus on the consequence of voluntary behaviour.
C
Treating all learners as passive.
D
Focusing on voluntary behaviour to a great extent.
Question 81
A hypothesis is — 
A
An intelligent hunch about probable results
B
An aspect of scientific inquiry
C
Always derived from previous research
D
The goal of the researcher
Question 82
Objectivity, verification, control of bias and precision are characteristics of — 
A
Scientific fact
B
Theories
C
Generalization
D
Scientific inquiry
Question 83
Which of the following is least appropriate for a quantitative research ? 
A
Focuses more on numerical description
B
Reality of nature is deterministic
C
It is flexible and naturalists
D
It is objective and leads its generalize towards broader generalization
Question 84
Attitude towards science is defined as the composite score obtained on test of science related attitudes developed by Fraser. This is an example of — 
A
An operational definition
B
A theoretical definition
C
A factual statement
D
None of the above
Question 85
Which of the following is not the characteristics of a good research problem ? 
A
It should be clear and concise
B
It indicates the variables
C
It indicates the type of research
D
It indicates the expected result
Question 86
It is essential that a research hypothesis is : 
A
Testable
B
Stated in question form
C
Explains the problem relationship between variables
D
Derived from past researches
Question 87
A researcher is investigating the impact of CAI on Learning Achievement of students of unknown Anxiety Levels. Here Anxiety is an example of : 
A
Independent variable
B
Extraneous variable
C
Intervening variable
D
Categorical variable
Question 88
Which of the technique can be employed to statistically control the extraneous variable : 
A
ANOVA
B
ANCOVA
C
Regression Analysis
D
Factorial Analysis
Question 89
A high quality review of related literature will : 
A
Present the summary of past studies in a systematic manner
B
Summarise and critique the past studies
C
Summarise, critique and relate the previous studies to the problem
D
Justify the need of the study in the light of past findings
Question 90
Which of the following statement is not true : 
A
All information about the past is a historical information but not necessarily a historical fact.
B
Empirically verified information about the past is a historical fact.
C
An information about the past obtained through a primary sources is a historical information.
D
If a historical information is found true after historical criticism it is accepted as historical fact.
Question 91
The descriptive studies are mainly carried out to : 
A
Know the relationship among variables
B
Find out the causal relationship among variables
C
Find out the current characteristics
D
Compare
Question 92
Which of the following is a causal comparative study ? 
A
Cohort study
B
Longitudinal study
C
Ex-post facto study
D
Cross sectional study
Question 93
A Researcher studied the study habits of children of 1 standard continuously for 4 years till they reached in class IV. This study is an example of : 
A
Longitudinal
B
Cross sectional
C
Exploratory
D
Evaluative
Question 94
Which of the following is least matched with an ethnographic study ? 
A
It is an in-depth study
B
It explains the phenomena in its cultural perspective
C
Researcher adopts participant observation and in-depth interview
D
It leads to generalize about a larger population
Question 95
The distinctive feature of a true experimental design is that : 
A
It has strong internal validity
B
It has strong external validity
C
Research has strong control over all extraneous variables
D
Subject are randomly selected and treatments are randomly assigned
Question 96
Which of the following is not true about a factorial design ? 
A
There are two or more independent variables
B
Interaction effect of different independent variables can be assessed
C
Effect of each variables can be studied
D
There are more than one dependent variables
Question 97
The general statement for initiating a qualitative study is called : 
A
Triangulation
B
Inductive hypothesis
C
Foreshadowed problem
D
Emergent design
Question 98
Which of the following is not a research tool ? 
A
Questionnaire
B
Personality Inventory
C
Observation
D
Achievement Test
Question 99
In Snowball Sampling sample is selected on the basis of : 
A
Recommendations from participants
B
Typical characteristics of subject
C
Traits of subject as key informant
D
All the above
Question 100
A researcher measured the IQ of 60 students and Achievement in Maths of another group of 60 students. He then calculated coefficient of correlation between IQ and Achievement and it was 0.86. From this value he could safely infer that : 
A
IQ and Achievement are highly correlated
B
IQ and Achievement are positively correlated
C
Achievement depends on IQ
D
None of the above
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SET/SLET Education Paper III - Online Mock Test

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Question 1
Functions of Educational Philosophy are         
A
Normative
B
Critical
C
Speculative
D
All the above
Question 2
The main aim of Idealistic Education is     
A
Self realization
B
Physical development
C
To be practical
D
Creation of intuition
Question 3
Epistemology is concerned with       
A
Values
B
Knowledge
C
Truth
D
Skills
Question 4
“Discipline through direct consequence” was propagated by        
A
Existentialism
B
Naturalism
C
Realism
D
Pragmatism
Question 5
Who believe that values are permanent?         
A
Naturalists
B
Idealists
C
Pragmatists
D
Realists
Question 6
A group consisting of individuals with more or less same age is called        
A
Primary Group
B
Secondary Group
C
Peer Group
D
Social Group
Question 7
Who told that “school is a miniature society”?       
A
Rousseau
B
Frobel
C
Montessori
D
John Dewey
Question 8
Who coined the word “Sanskritization”?        
A
M. N. Srinivas
B
M. B. Buch
C
B. Kuppuswamy
D
M. Malla Reddy
Question 9
Identify the true statement from the following      
A
A certain level of intelligence is essential for being creative
B
A highly intelligent person is highly creative
C
A person with low intelligence can be creative
D
Intelligence and creativity are not related to each other
Question 10
“Yes I got it!’’ this emotion comes under         
A
Incubation
B
Illumination
C
Revision
D
Preparation
Question 11
‘Learning Disabled’ children are mostly         
A
Aggressive
B
Under achievers
C
Disciplined
D
Consistent
Question 12
It is a self-reporting technique of assessing personality         
A
Observation
B
Questionnaire
C
Rorschack Inkblot test
D
Objective type test
Question 13
Which of the following statement is not correct about guidance?       
A
Guidance worker maintains confidentiality of information
B
Guidance worker does not need any special training
C
Group guidance is a cooperative venture
D
Guidance is not required for the school children
Question 14
Dyscalculia means        
A
Unable to read and write
B
Unable to do minimum arithmetical problems
C
Unable to pronounce
D
Unable to concentrate in the class
Question 15
Complete loss of memory is called         
A
Amnesia
B
Coma
C
Paramneth
D
Trauma
Question 16
Field theory was developed by         
A
Hull
B
Tolman
C
Lewin
D
Gagne
Question 17
‘Down’s Syndrome’ means        
A
Physical illness
B
Mental retardation
C
Vitamin deficiency
D
Heart problem
Question 18
The word “Praise” indicates the micro skill        
A
Reinforcement
B
Stimulus variation
C
Discussion
D
Explanation
Question 19
16-PF personality scale was developed by        
A
Galton
B
Cattle
C
Binet
D
Guilford
Question 20
The school which attempts to understand a human being as a whole is called         
A
Humanistic school
B
Gestalt school
C
Neurotic school
D
Psychiatric school
Question 21
Juvenile delinquency refers to       
A
Moral problem
B
Legal problem
C
Behavioural problem
D
Social problem
Question 22
Hull’s theory is also known as         
A
Scientific theory
B
Mathematical theory
C
Drive reduction theory
D
Hierarchical theory
Question 23
Sigmund Freud is basically        
A
A Doctor
B
A Psychologist
C
Neurologist
D
Psychiatrist
Question 24
All the units to which the researcher wants his study’s findings to be generalized is called      
A
Population
B
Sample
C
Universe
D
Generalized units
Question 25
A representative portion of population which contains all its characteristics is called         
A
Population
B
Sample
C
Universe
D
Portion of population
Question 26
“There is no significant difference in the mean achievement of students studying through English medium and Telugu medium”. This is a        
A
Directional Hypothesis
B
Null Hypothesis
C
Hypothesis with logic
D
Hypothesis without logic
Question 27
A researcher wants to study classroom teaching of English teachers in secondary schools. She may use _________  as tool of research.      
A
Test
B
Interview
C
Questionnaire
D
Observation Schedule
Question 28
The external validity refers to the extent to which results of a study can be        
A
Generalized from sample to the population
B
Generalized in similar conditions to population
C
Generalized population to sample
D
Generalized in new conditions
Question 29
A pilot study generally should be conducted whenever        
A
Research study involves replication
B
A new instructional strategy is developed
C
Large scale survey is conducted
D
Historical research is conducted
Question 30
Content analysis is mostly used under the category of ___________ research.        
A
Historical
B
Descriptive
C
Experimental
D
Survey
Question 31
For measuring attitude of the people towards teaching profession, you may use          
A
Observation
B
Test
C
Scale
D
Interview
Question 32
In which Five Year Plan, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) was introduced to Universalize Elementary Education?        
A
Eighth Plan
B
Tenth Plan
C
Ninth Plan
D
Twelfth Plan
Question 33
DPEP stands for        
A
District Primary Education Programme
B
District Primary Education Policy
C
Department of Planning Elementary Project
D
District Primary Education Project
Question 34
In which State is the Kota Open University located?          
A
Tamil Nadu
B
Andhra Pradesh
C
Rajasthan
D
Uttar Pradesh
Question 35
In which year has the Right to Education Act come in to force?          
A
2010
B
2009
C
2008
D
2005
Question 36
Identify the one which consists of the unstated norms, values and beliefs about the social relations of school and classroom life that are transmitted to students          
A
Curriculum
B
Hidden curriculum
C
Games
D
Cultural activities
Question 37
Among the components listed, identity the one which cannot be included in the multi-cultural education         
A
Bilingual education
B
Teacher education
C
Cultural awareness
D
Values clarification
Question 38
What is the latest version of developed “National Curriculum for School Education” ?           
A
1968
B
2012
C
2005
D
2010
Question 39
What do you mean by ‘Portfolio Writing’?         
A
Documentation of students’ attendance
B
Documentation of one’s own performances
C
Diary writing
D
Letter writing
Question 40
Which planning helps the development of a school?         
A
Perspective Planning
B
Yearwise Planning
C
Five Year Planning
D
Institutional Planning
Question 41
NUEPA means          
A
National University of Educational Planning and Administration
B
National University of Elementary Programme of Administration
C
National University of Educational Programme and Admissions
D
National University of Educational Programme for Adults
Question 42
By way of proper supervision a competent teacher is one who can          
A
Keep students engaged
B
Maintain silence in the classroom
C
Create interest in the subject among the students
D
Hoping all students pass in the examination
Question 43
A good supervisor of an educational institution expects          
A
Name and fame
B
Financial benefit
C
Quality of education
D
More pass percentage
Question 44
Which of the following is not the functions of leadership ?            
A
Motivating
B
Negotiating
C
Mentoring
D
Directing terms
Question 45
School Education Committees started in Andhra Pradesh in the year           
A
1986
B
1976
C
1989
D
1998
Question 46
NCTE is established through Parliament Act          
A
1993 Act
B
1996 Act
C
1986 Act
D
1992 Act
Question 47
Right to Education is a           
A
Educational Right
B
Fundamental Right
C
Judicial Right
D
Regional Right
Question 48
The process of determining the extent to which educational objectives have been achieved refers to         
A
Educational measurement
B
Educational objectives
C
Educational evaluation
D
Educational assessment
Question 49
A teacher evaluates different aspects of students’ development like conduct, interest, personality, physical development, learning etc. In this case evaluation is          
A
Continuous
B
Comprehensive
C
Adequate
D
Relevant
Question 50
One of the new trends in educational evaluation which systematised entire examination system starting setting papers, assessing, declaration of results and preparation of marks sheets etc. is        
A
Use of question bank
B
Use of internal assessment
C
Use of semester system
D
Use of computers
Question 51
There is maximum scope of bluffing in ________type questions.          
A
Short answer
B
Matching
C
Essay
D
True-False
Question 52
There is manipulation of objects by the candidates in ___________ tests.              
A
Verbal
B
Non-verbal
C
Diagnostic
D
Performance
Question 53
If a test serves the purpose for which it has been prepared, it is said to possess           
A
Reliability
B
Objectivity
C
Practicability
D
Validity
Question 54
When students are evaluated against the standards in terms of percentiles, means etc. set on the basis of large group’s performance, it refers to           
A
Norm reference testing
B
Criterion reference testing
C
Standard reference testing
D
Objective based testing
Question 55
Which of the following skill is not required for a teacher of teaching ‘Educational Technology’ ?          
A
Skill of developing hardware
B
Skill of interaction with his students
C
Skill of making the students to learn and think independently
D
Skill of evaluating and reinforcing pupils’ learning behaviour
Question 56
The following are the steps to be followed in systems approach to instruction. Identify the correct sequence I) Formulation of objectives II) Operation phase III) Designing and development of the system IV) Pre-assessment of student-entering behaviour V) Evaluation of outcomes VI) Improvement of the system       
A
I, IV, III, II, V & VI
B
I, II, IV, III,V&VI
C
II, III, I, VI, V & IV
D
IV, III, I, II, V & VI
Question 57
Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?        
A
B. F. Skinner’s linear programming has the error rate of 20% in general
B
Linear programming has the response mode of selecting from the multiple choice
C
Branching programming has the size of the steps as small as Small, 15-25 words
D
Branching programming has Higher order teaching objectives
Question 58
Communication may be categorized into various types in view of the different criteria adopted for this purpose. Choose the category under which “Multimedia” come under          
A
Sensory experiences
B
Media and channel utilization
C
Persons involved and the situation prevailed
D
Verbal and non-verbal communication
Question 59
In Equivalent Talk Category System (ETC) ‘Lecture’ comes under the description of verbal behaviour,         
A
Restricted thinking
B
Presenting information
C
Expanded thinking
D
Maintain level of participation
Question 60
PASCAL refers to           
A
Computer language
B
Name of a pen drive
C
Operating system
D
Ring net work
Question 61
On account of __________________ large support base, they can be safely used as servers in WAN.          
A
Micro computers
B
Mini computers
C
Mainframes
D
Super computers
Question 62
Where is the Aliyavarjung National Institute for the Hearing Impaired Located?        
A
Culcutta
B
Mumbai
C
Hyderabad
D
Dehradun
Question 63
Louis Braille was born in the year         
A
1809
B
1890
C
1886
D
1889
Question 64
In which year was the PWD (Persons with Disabilities Act) passed in the Parliament?           
A
1986
B
1990
C
1995
D
1969
Question 65
Decade of Asia Pacific Disabled was declared in the year        
A
1990-2000
B
1995-2005
C
2000-2010
D
1993-2002
Question 66
Because of the following disabilities children are unable to study in the Integrated schools        
A
Visually Impaired
B
100% Hearing Impaired
C
Orthopaedically Handicapped
D
Gifted
Question 67
Which National Institute is established in Secunderabad in the State of Andhra Pradesh?         
A
Aliyavarjung National Institute for the Hearing Impaired
B
National Institute for the Visually Impaired
C
National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped (NIMH)
D
National Institute for the Orthopaedically Handicapped
Question 68
Where is the “Sweekar Rehabilitation Centre” located Andhra Pradesh?                
A
Rajahmundry
B
Secunderabad
C
Visakhapatnam
D
Tirupathi
Question 69
NCTE refers to         
A
National Commission for Teacher Education
B
National Curriculum for Teacher Education
C
National Council for Teacher Education
D
National Committee for Tutorial Education
Question 70
NCFTE, 2009 insists on          
A
Product based learning
B
Process based learning
C
Teacher centred learning
D
Lecture based teaching
Question 71
The eighth category in Flander’s analysis is           
A
Pupil talk — Initiation
B
Pupil talk — Response
C
Teacher talk — Direct influence
D
Teacher talk — Indirect influence
Question 72
National Education Day is celebrated on          
A
December 30
B
November 14
C
November 11
D
March 31
Question 73
The term assignment strategy of teaching stands for        
A
Self-reporting
B
Reflective practice
C
Allotment of duty
D
Organising activities
Question 74
Identify the kind of evaluation which is not used by teachers as a means for controlling teaching—learning        
A
Summative
B
Diagnostic
C
Formative
D
Prior records
Question 75
To which psychological principle of teaching the saying “You can take a horse to water but you can’t make him drink” fit in ?         
A
Principle of motivation and interest
B
Principle of repetition and excercise
C
Principle of change, rest and recreation
D
Principle of feedback and reinforcement
Question 76
Focusing on “what is” a part of : 
A
Metaphysics
B
Ethics, political philosophy, and aesthetics
C
Deductive reasoning
D
Logic
Question 77
Four Noble truths are vital component of ______ School of Philosophical thought. 
A
Sankhya
B
Vedanta
C
Buddhism
D
Jainism
Question 78
What all existentialists have in common, according to Sartre, is the view that : 
A
God does not exist, and so everything is permitted
B
All humans share a common nature
C
Existence precedes essence
D
Essence precedes existence
Question 79
Which situation best shows equity ? 
A
All schools and classrooms have the same textbooks, curriculum and technology
B
A school in which races, genders, and special needs children are separated in classrooms
C
A world where every child has a laptop
D
A school which includes all children no matter what race, gender, or special needs but adapts and tries to understand each child’s individual needs
Question 80
“Conqueror”; the Jain term for a perfected person who will not be reborn : 
A
Jina
B
Puja
C
Ajiva
D
Ahimsa
Question 81
Equality of Educational opportunities is possible by ______. 
A
Extending portals of educational institutions to all without any discrimination
B
Opening more educational institutions
C
Privatizing the education system in the country
D
Public funding of Education
Question 82
Of the four listed interpretations of social change, which holds that change is equal to progress ? 
A
Conservative
B
Modernism
C
Postmodernism
D
Fashion
Question 83
The division of large numbers of people into layers according to their relative power, property, and prestige is : 
A
Social stratification
B
Social mobility
C
Social stagnation
D
Social balance
Question 84
Caste in education used to be an issue of equality, but now is an equity issue because : 
A
They learn different things
B
Teachers do not like other castes
C
They are smarter
D
Availability of sources at home are slimmer
Question 85
The leader of the movement toward Indian Independence who advocated non-violent methods to effect social change : 
A
Gandhi
B
Bhaktivedanta Prabhupada
C
Shankara
D
Swami Vivekananda
Question 86
Qualitative study is least likely to : 
A
Use in-depth interview
B
Be conducted on large sample
C
Adopt descriptive-analytical method of data analysis
D
Use observation technique
Question 87
Which of the following is the most précised experimental design ? 
A
Pre-test-post test experimental design
B
Pre-test-post test two equivalent group design
C
Solomon Four group design
D
Post test two group design
Question 88
Which of the following is not a parametric test ? 
A
Median Test
B
T-test
C
F-test
D
All the above
Question 89
Random selection of sample means that each subject in the population has the chance of : 
A
Equal selection
B
Equal rejection
C
Equal selection but not equal rejection
D
Both equal selection and equal rejection
Question 90
Which of the following is not a method of establishing validity ? 
A
Construct
B
Factorial
C
Predictive
D
Split-half
Question 91
Which of the following is not a method of establishing reliability ? 
A
Parallel form
B
Split half
C
Test retest
D
Predictive
Question 92
Which of the following is a Quasi-Experimental design ? 
A
Time series
B
Case study
C
Post-test single group design
D
Pre-test-post test two equivalent group design
Question 93
In an exploratory study which of the error should be given prime importance ? 
A
Type – I
B
Type – II
C
Both type – I and type – II
D
None of the two
Question 94
In a representative sample the representation be in terms of : 
A
Independent variable
B
Dependent variable
C
Intervening variable
D
Criterion variable
Question 95
Which of the following is not true about an experimental study ? 
A
It involves one or more independent variables
B
It has dependent variables
C
The independent variables are manipulated in a controlled environment
D
The effect of independent variables is observed in a natural environment
Question 96
In which year the Right to Education (RTE) Act came into force in India ? 
A
2009
B
2010
C
2008
D
2012
Question 97
RTE covers children in the age group of : 
A
8—15 years
B
6—12 years
C
6—14 years
D
6—15 years
Question 98
To bring all existing primary schools in the country to a minimum standard of physical facilities, the scheme launched in 1987-88 was named : 
A
Minimum levels of learning
B
NFE
C
Operation Blackboard
D
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
Question 99
Universalisation of primary or elementary education basically does note involve : 
A
Universalisation of Provision
B
Universalisation of Enrolment
C
Universalisation of Retention
D
Universalisation of Language
Question 100
According to Article 21 A, education is a : 
A
Fundamental duty
B
Fundamental right
C
Directive principle
D
None of these
Question 101
Article 45 under the Directive Principles of State policy in the Indian Constitution provides for : 
A
Rights of minorities to establish educational institutions
B
Free and compulsory Pre-primary education
C
Education for weaker sections of the country
D
Giving financial assistance to less advanced states
Question 102
Which is the correct full form of NUEPA ? 
A
National University of Educational Planning and Administration
B
National University of Educational Programming and Administration
C
National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration
D
National University of Educational Point and Administration
Question 103
Adult’s education main objective is to : 
A
Enable the adults to read and write
B
Teach adults to be able to understand what they read
C
Help adults with literacy along with personality development
D
Socialize the adult to move about freely
Question 104
Under which Article of the Constitution, the Indian States are given right to promote the educational interests of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes of India ? 
A
Article 46
B
Article 17
C
Article 14
D
Article 16
Question 105
Which of the following is not a suited connotation for ‘Equality of educational opportunity’ ? 
A
A policy of open access to education to all
B
Equitable rationing and distribution of available resources to all
C
Equalization of educational attainment by providing resources in favour of less able and less motivated group
D
Investing more funds on education
Question 106
A good curriculum is : 
A
Continuously planned and constantly evaluated
B
Continuously planned but evaluated at the end
C
Once planned and constantly evaluated
D
Once planned and evaluated
Question 107
While determining the contents of the curriculum, following must be considered : 
A
Significance to an organised field of knowledge
B
Meaningful and relevant for learner
C
Contribute to the development of emerging society
D
All the above
Question 108
The most important role of formative evaluation is to : 
A
Improve teaching and learning
B
Provide feedback to teachers about their teaching
C
Overcome weaknesses of the content
D
Develop remedial teaching material
Question 109
Curriculum evaluation helps in : 
A
Monitoring and reporting quality in education
B
Diagnosing the strength and weakness of curriculum
C
Judging the effectiveness of curriculum for the group it has been made
D
All the above
Question 110
Tyler’s curriculum evaluation model is based on : 
A
Value oriented evaluation
B
Research oriented evaluation
C
Measurement outcome oriented evaluation
D
Decision and user oriented evaluation
Question 111
‘A curriculum, however well designed, must be implemented if it is to have any impact on students’ was said by : 
A
Pomfret (1977)
B
Fullon & Scott (1999)
C
Payne (2003)
D
Resnick & Tucker (1992)
Question 112
Curriculum includes : 
A
Direct experiences
B
Indirect experiences
C
Both direct and indirect experiences
D
None of the above
Question 113
Which one of the following is not an advantage of using curriculum framework ? 
A
Curriculum will become more coherent and orderly
B
Provide opportunity to incorporate desirable skills
C
It directs and controls the teaching
D
New content areas and skills can easily be accommodated
Question 114
Which of the following factor/s influence curriculum implementation ? 
A
Structure and policy within the schools
B
Support from teachers
C
Both (A) and (B)
D
Need and relevance of change
Question 115
The initial step in curriculum design is to : 
A
Define objectives
B
Define goals
C
Organise a curriculum committee
D
Define the philosophy of a discipline
Question 116
In formative evaluation, collected evaluation data is analysed to : 
A
Understand the learner
B
Plan learning experiences
C
Determine the extent to which learning objectives are achieved
D
All the above
Question 117
Formative evaluation should not be used to : 
A
Plan future learning experiences
B
Predict learners performance
C
Assign grades
D
Diagnose learners problems
Question 118
In order to determine to what extent students are ready for the next learning experience, you will conduct : 
A
Achievement test
B
Mental ability test
C
Diagnostic test
D
Aptitude test
Question 119
In order to determine, to what extent pupils have attained the minimum levels of learning, you will conduct : 
A
Mastery test
B
Achievement test
C
Diagnostic test
D
Aptitude test
Question 120
For an objective evaluation of a student, a teacher should rely on : 
A
His/her class room observation
B
Results of summative evaluation conducted by an external body
C
Results of achievement tests conducted by the teacher himself/herself
D
All the above
Question 121
While delivering a lesson, a teacher should assess his/her students : 
A
Formative and norm referenced evaluation
B
Formative and criterion referenced evaluation
C
Summative and norm referenced evaluation
D
Summative and criterion referenced evaluation
Question 122
For designing an effective strategy to teach any unit the teacher should first design : 
A
The learning outcomes as specifically as possible
B
A test to determine the existing level of students
C
Methods to determine the learning needs of the students
D
An aptitude test
Question 123
In a curriculum design, the least important of the following components is : 
A
Learning outcomes
B
Suggested activities
C
Reading list
D
Promotion criteria
Question 124
The classification of intended learning outcome takes place by evaluation of the curriculum during : 
A
The planning for instruction
B
The early stages of transaction of curriculum
C
Testing and classroom evaluation
D
All the above
Question 125
For designing a curriculum a pre-test is needed to : 
A
Determine the aptitude of the learners
B
Determine the IQ of the students
C
Determine the readiness of the students
D
All the above
Question 126
The leader can be most confident that a group is functioning well when : 
A
Most participants are enjoying the task
B
Interpersonal and organisational conflicts do not occur
C
The reward system is more than adequate
D
The participants are interacting with each other on an open basis
Question 127
The primary role of supervising teacher in the education of the student teacher is most appropriately described as : 
A
Setting a good example for the student teacher to follow
B
Helping the student teacher develop effective ways of teaching
C
Providing the student teacher with information on classroom management techniques
D
Facilitating the proper placement of the student teacher in his or her initial position
Question 128
If we keep in mind values of Indian Constitution then which of the following is best leadership style ? 
A
Bureaucratic
B
Authoritarian
C
Democratic
D
Task-oriented
Question 129
One of the important features of Programme Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) is : 
A
Time-event network analysis system
B
System of inputs for feed forward inventory control
C
Annual Review of performance
D
Setting goals and productivity measures
Question 130
Which of the following is not the dimension of Fred Fiedler’s theory of leadership ? 
A
Position Power
B
Task structure
C
Leader-member relations
D
Experience
Question 131
Assuming that trait being measured is normally distributed, grading is : 
A
Purely qualitative
B
Purely quantitative
C
Both (A) and (B)
D
Qualitative and Quantitative depending upon the trait being measured
Question 132
Standardised Achievement tests are : 
A
Always norm referenced
B
Criterion referenced
C
Mainly norm referenced and occasionally criterion referenced
D
Mainly criterion referenced and occasionally norm referenced
Question 133
Desired degree of reliability depends on : 
A
The type of tool being used
B
The nature of process of measurement adopted
C
The nature of decision to be made
D
All the above
Question 134
Objective type test items could be supply type as well as selection type and there are various forms of selection type items, such as true/false, multiple choices and matching. Yet in examinations where large number of candidates are appearing generally only multiple choice items are used, because : 
A
It is difficult to maintain 100% objectivity in supply type items
B
It is comparatively easier to score a selection type item
C
All forms of selection type are basically multiple choice
D
All the above
Question 135
Intelligence quotient refers to a pupil’s : 
A
Level of mental development
B
Rate of mental development
C
Ability to learn new tasks
D
Chances of success in future
Question 136
“Educational Technology can be conserved as a science of teaching techniques and methods by which educational goals could be realized” who said it : 
A
S.K. Mitra
B
Collier
C
John Leedham
D
G.O.M. Leith
Question 137
The ICT literacy component are : 
A
Finding information in written sources, observing, collecting and recording
B
Communicating in hypermedia involving all types of information and all media
C
Designing objects and actions
D
All of them
Question 138
In a constructivist paradigm web 2.0 collaborative classroom what is important ? 
A
Construction of knowledge
B
Collaboration
C
Reflective/inquiry based thinking
D
All of them are correct
Question 139
Tools that can be used in blended learning : 
A
Weblogs or blogs
B
Virtual libraries
C
Both (A) and (B)
D
None is correct
Question 140
ICT skills that are must for e-learning : 
A
Computer basics and skills
B
Basic presentation software skills
C
Basic data base skills
D
All of them
Question 141
Equalization of Educational Opportunities was being put up under the Section of Education of the Handicapped in : 
A
PWD Act, 1995
B
NTA Act, 1999
C
NPE (1968)
D
NPE (1986)
Question 142
Which of the following services for Inclusive Education to Children with Special Needs is not directed in National Curriculum frame NCF 2005 ? 
A
Direct Service
B
Essential Service
C
Supportive Service
D
Peripheral Service
Question 143
For children with Special Needs, Inclusive Education is not supporting : 
A
Group learning
B
Self-directed learning
C
Cooperative learning
D
Peer tutoring
Question 144
The frequency of visits by an itinerant teacher depend on 
A
Individual needs of the child
B
Class level
C
Age of the child
D
Nature of disabilities
Question 145
Service and Technology Mission for Persons with Disability is located in : 
A
Mumbai
B
New Delhi
C
Coimbatore
D
Trivendrum
Question 146
Special Education programmes is associated with : 
A
Visual impairment
B
Mentally retarded
C
Both (A) and (B)
D
None is correct
Question 147
In the phrase “Operation Blackboard” the blackboard symbolises : 
A
Teacher
B
Education
C
Class
D
Student
Question 148
Who is called father of educational psychology ? 
A
Dewey
B
Herbert
C
Rousseu
D
Russel
Question 149
University Education Commission constituted in 1948 by : 
A
Ministry of Education
B
MHRD
C
NCERT
D
ICSSR
Question 150
The norm under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan with respect to school facilities includes : 
A
One school in one village
B
One school within 1 km of every habitation
C
Two schools in even block
D
None of them
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