Education 10000 Questions (MCQ) mock test 106

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Education 10000 MCQ's mock test 106

Question 1
A famous lawmaker, Lord McCauley, Presented his historical memorandum. In its light, on 7th March 1835, a press statement of an educational policy was accepted that is called..........
A
Western Resolution
B
McCauley, s Resolution
C
Bentinck, s Resolution
D
Educational Resolution
Question 2
What is the importance of having developed senses?
A
To achieve happiness
B
For physical well being
C
Other learnings depend on them
D
For all round mental development
Question 3
What degree was introduced to the National Institute of Science and Technology?
A
B. ED
B
MA
C
MSC
D
PhD
Question 4
Model of eight types of learning was designed by?
A
Binet
B
Watson
C
Gagne
D
Stern
Question 5
Young adolescents rebel to express their..........
A
Their creativity
B
Their desire for freedom
C
Their personal inadequacy
D
External discipline imposed
Question 6
What should be broadcasted on TV and Radio?
A
Scientific Inventions
B
New Trends in Education
C
Technical Knowledge
D
Recitation of Holy Quran
Question 7
The Fergusson College at Pune was founded in 1885 by:
A
The Social Service League
B
The Servants of India Society
C
The Deccan Education Society
D
Poona Sarvajanic Sabha
Question 8
Curriculum is interpreted to mean all the organized courses, activities and experiences which students have under the directions of the school, whether in the classroom or not, is said by:
A
John Dewey
B
Stephen Romine
C
H. Rugg
D
Hilda taba
Question 9
Liberation, according to Jaina, can be achieved by
A
Detachment
B
Self-control
C
Penance
D
All of these
Question 10
Which of the following are the tools of good governance?
A
Social Audit and Separation of Powers
B
Citizen's Charter
C
Right to Information
D
All of these
Question 11
Most scientific and objective methods of studying behavior is
A
Observational method
B
Introspection method
C
Experimental method
D
Differential method
Question 12
In which method of teaching students assimilate and integrate information they have initially acquired from reading or lecture?
A
Lecture method
B
Discussion method
C
Project method
D
Heuristic method
Question 13
Value-education stands for:
A
inculcation of virtues
B
making a student healthy
C
making a student to get a job
D
all-round development of personality
Question 14
Which one of the following is a non-probability sampling method?
A
Quota Sampling
B
Cluster Sampling
C
Stratified Sampling
D
Simple Random Sampling
Question 15
Curriculum means
A
Subject that are transferred by the faculty.
B
All the experiences which students get in school.
C
Class experiences, sports and games.
D
Syllabus prescribed for the course.
Question 16
Knowledge is compartmentalized in:
A
Learner centred curriculum
B
Activity centred curriculum
C
Subject centred curriculum
D
None of the above
Question 17
According to European educational historian, N. N Law, in..........such steps were taken through the resources of East India company that had the main purpose to prepare subcontinent the education of Bible.
A
1602
B
1604
C
1600
D
1614
Question 18
A school curriculum is best defined as:
A
All materials and methods of instruction
B
All materials used to pupil activities
C
The complete collection of courses of study
D
The organized pupil experiences set by the school
Question 19
According to John Dewey, school is a..........institution, and education is a..........process.
A
social, social
B
social, philosophical
C
philosophical, philosophical
D
environmental, psychological
Question 20
The term 'gene' for the factors controlling heredity was coined by-
A
T. H. Morgan
B
Hugo de vries
C
Gregor-Mendal
D
W. Johannsen
There are 20 questions to complete.

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