UGC NET Education Question Answers Practice Test

UGC NET Education MCQ Questions Answers for competitive exams: This mock test having 25 question each, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. You can view this UGC NET Education test question details at the end of the quiz.

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Question 1
The process of attaining one’s existence as per existentialism is
A
Essence, struggle, pain and pleasure, lonliness
B
Lonliness, pain and pleasure, struggle, essence
C
Lonliness, struggle, pain and pleasure, essence
D
Essence, pain and pleasure, struggle, lonliness
Question 2
“No disinterested pursuit of knowledge and no intellectual education for its own sake” was the slogan of the
A
Realists
B
Idealists
C
Pragmatists
D
Naturalists
Question 3
Which philosophy says “Do not care to know various theories about God and Soul; do good and be good; that will take you to whatever truth there is” ?
A
Sankhya
B
Buddhism
C
Vedanta
D
Jainism
Question 4
Critically judge the following : Assertion (A) : Marx advocated the creation of a classless society. Reason (R) : There are too many classes which are struggling with each other.
A
Both (A) and (R) are false.
B
Both (A) and (R) are true.
C
Only (A) is true.
D
Only (R) is true.
Question 5
Critically judge the following : Assertion (A) : There is nothing wrong in getting attached to Maya. Reason (R) : Though opposite to Brahma, Maya has been created by Brahma only.
A
Both (A) and (R) are correct.
B
Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
C
Only (A) is correct.
D
Only (R) is correct.
Question 6
The aim of basic education, as per the dream of Gandhiji is to I. Create a classless society II. Create a Sarvodaya Society III. Create a society respecting all religions IV. Create a society where a rich and poor can live together
A
All I, II, III and IV are correct.
B
Statements I, II and III are correct.
C
Statements II, III and IV are correct.
D
Statements I, II and IV are correct.
Question 7
Which statement/s is/are true as per Buddhist philosophy ? I. Maya is root cause of all troubles. II. Sorrow is the root cause of all troubles. III. Birth and death are causes of troubles. IV. Getting involved in worldly pursuits is the cause of all troubles.
A
All I, II, III and IV are true.
B
Only I and II are true.
C
Only II and III are true.
D
Only II, III and IV are true.
Question 8
Which part of Indian Constitution allows every citizen to impart education as per ones own religion ?
A
Directive Principles
B
Concurrent list of centre and the States
C
Democratic rights
D
Fundamental Rights
Question 9
Which philosophy developed the monitorial system in classrooms ?
A
Vedic
B
Vedant
C
Islam
D
Buddhism
Question 10
Who is not in favour of logical analysis ?
A
Kant
B
Bertrand Russel
C
Ludwig Wittgenstein
D
G.E. Moore
Question 11
The great sociologist who held the view that “education doesn’t bring about social change; rather the social change results into an educational change” was
A
McDougal
B
Aristotle
C
Durkheim
D
Dewey
Question 12
Teaching Political Science to learners helps in I. Developing leadership skills in them. II. Developing political consciousness among them. III. Inculcating democratic values in them. IV. Developing awareness about social issues in them.
A
All the above statements are correct.
B
Only statements I, II and III are correct.
C
Only statements II, III and IV are correct.
D
Only statements, I, II and IV are correct.
Question 13
Why is school considered a miniature society ?
A
Though small in number, school inmates come from society only
B
School children are of lower age group than society members
C
Like a chicken develops into an adult, school children develop into adult society members
D
The number of school inmates is less than the number of society members
Question 14
Religion is an institution because
A
It teaches religion to people
B
It discharges an important social function
C
It imparts moral and spiritual education to people
D
It gives respect to the individual in society.
Question 15
Why is mother regarded as the first teacher of a child ? I. The basic learning of the child occurs in the company of mother only. II. Informal learning of the child with the mother is more effective than the formal learning in later years of life. III. The child lives in the womb of the mother for 9 months. IV. The mother tries to impart her best to the child.
A
All the above four statements are correct.
B
Only statements II and III are correct.
C
Only statements II and IV are correct.
D
Only statements I and II are correct.
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