Education 10000 Questions (MCQ) mock test 112

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Education 10000 MCQ's mock test 112

Question 1
Which of the following are NOT Central Universities?
A
Pondicherry University
B
Vishwa Bharati
C
H. N. B. Garhwal University
D
Kurukshetra University
Question 2
A role conflict occurs when
A
The role being played is questioned
B
The ego occupies two conflicting roles
C
The roles of two persons different with each other
D
There is a mental conflict over the choice from a set of roles
Question 3
Student's needs and interests are important in
A
Sociological foundation
B
Psychological foundation
C
Economical foundation
D
Historical foundation
Question 4
Liberation, according to Jaina philosophy, is
A
Freedom of matter
B
Freedom from Karma
C
Freedom from life and death
D
All of these
Question 5
Sociology of education includes
A
Social development in the country
B
Society and its relationship with the individual
C
Communication of the individual with the society
D
Social relations by which individuals gain experience
Question 6
The teacher ought to know the problems prevalent in the field of education. The reason is that
A
Teachers can tell the government about it.
B
He can tell about the same to another teacher.
C
Only a teacher can do something about solving them.
D
With this knowledge, the teacher can have information about education.
Question 7
Participant observation is the process of immersing yourself in the study of..........
A
People
B
Options
C
Methods
D
Outcomes
Question 8
According to which school of philosophy of education, exaltation of individual's personality is a function of education?
A
Marxism
B
Idealism
C
Idealism and Marxism both
D
Pragmatism
Question 9
Schools are social institutions because they
A
Are established by the society
B
Suggest solutions to social problems
C
Suggest ways and means of social progress
D
Preserve and instill in future generations the knowledge, ideas, and customs of our culture
Question 10
What did Gandhiji's philosophy of education stress as aim of education?
A
A synthesis of individual and social aims
B
Individual aims
C
Cultural aims
D
Social aims
Question 11
Facility value of less than 0. 20 means?
A
Item is easy
B
Item is difficult
C
Item is too easy
D
Item is acceptable
Question 12
To break information into parts and to examine the information is called
A
analyzing
B
evaluating
C
originating
D
synthesizing
Question 13
The major purpose of co-curricular activities is to:
A
Help students achieve a well-adjusted personality
B
Provide relief from the usual classroom routine
C
Allow students an opportunity to develop in to good citizens
D
Permit students to have a choice of educational program
Question 14
How can a teacher develop creativity in himself and the learners?
A
Set new tasks
B
By praising any creative work
C
By playing thought provoking games
D
By giving new up-to-date information
Question 15
The smaller units in a programmed instruction is called
A
Prompt
B
Frames
C
Cues
D
Primes
Question 16
..........is a discussion leader with several resource members who represent special skills and specialized knowledge The leader keeps the discussion on the track. At intervals, he summarizes the discussion and clarifies the discussion before the next point.
A
Formalized group discussion
B
Symposium
C
Information group discussion
D
None of the above
Question 17
Which of the following Commission first decentralized the primary education?
A
Kothari Commission
B
Sadler Commission
C
Hunter Commission
D
Mudaliar Commission
Question 18
Defense mechanisms help the person in protecting ego from open expression of Id impulses and opposing.
A
Superego directives
B
Death Instinct
C
Lie Instinct
D
Unconscious mind
Question 19
'National Policy on Education' 1986 was reviewed by..........
A
Ramamurti Committee
B
Adielsehiah Committee
C
Sampurnanand Committee
D
Iswar Bhai Patel Committee
Question 20
Realism in education was born out of
A
The enthusiasm of the Renaissance
B
The great religious movement of the 17th century
C
The degeneration of humanism after Renaissance
D
A cleavage between the work of the schools and the life of the world outside that occurred during the 19th century
There are 20 questions to complete.

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