Education 10000 Questions (MCQ) mock test 155

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Education 10000 MCQ's mock test 155

Question 1
The identity of the subject and object consciousness adopting the form of external object is known as
A
Inference
B
Scriptures
C
Perception
D
All of these
Question 2
The least important challenge to Indian education today is presented by the
A
Expanding population
B
High cost of education
C
Poverty of the masses
D
Low return on education
Question 3
A student of grade 5 with visual deficiency should be-
A
excused to do a lower level of work
B
helped with his/her routine work by parents and friends
C
treated normally in the classroom and provided support through audio CDs
D
given special treatment in the classroom
Question 4
Prama, according to Vedanta, is the knowledge which is
A
Worldly
B
Other worldly
C
Contradictory
D
Uncontradictory
Question 5
The primary duty of the teacher is to
A
imbibe value system in the students
B
help all round development of the students
C
raise the intellectual standard of the students
D
improve the physical standard of the students
Question 6
Period starting from birth to tow years in cognitive development is?
A
Sensori motor stage
B
Pre operational stage
C
Concrete operational stage
D
Formal operational stage
Question 7
When did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan resign the government service?
A
in 1877
B
in 1879
C
in 1876
D
in 1875
Question 8
Structuralist psychologist tried to provide a systematic study of
A
Nature
B
Behavior
C
Emotions
D
Mind
Question 9
Which of the following sampling method is appropriate to study the prevalence of AIDS amongst male and female in India in 1976, 1986, 1996 and 2006?
A
Quota sampling
B
Cluster sampling
C
Systematic sampling
D
Stratified random sampling
Question 10
Who emphasized that the aim of education should be the development in children the feeling of international brotherhood and attitude of international understanding?
A
Rousseau
B
Dewey
C
Tagore
D
Mahatma Gandhi
Question 11
The research approach of Max Weber to understand how people create meanings in natural settings is identified as
A
Critical paradigm
B
Positive paradigm
C
Natural paradigm
D
Interpretative paradigm
Question 12
The development that proceeds in the direction of the longitudinal axis i. e; head to foot is termed as..........
A
Cephalo-caudal development
B
Proximo distal
C
Interrelation
D
Intergration
Question 13
The philosophical effect can be seen upon
A
The culture
B
The group life
C
The Philosopher
D
All of these
Question 14
Which branch of philosophy deals with knowledge, its structure, method and validity?
A
Logic
B
Aesthetics
C
Metaphysics
D
Epistemology
Question 15
The characteristics of pre operational stage is
A
Geocentricism
B
Animism
C
Both
D
None
Question 16
Discipline means:
A
strict-behaviour
B
severe punishment
C
obedience
D
going by the rules
Question 17
The main objective of the Jamia Millia Islamia was.
A
To surpass Aligarh and Deo Band
B
To produce harmony between religious and worldly knowledge
C
To promote only religious education
D
Both a & c
Question 18
Which method of teaching is based on the principle that no students is particularly different from any group or class of students?
A
Project method
B
Group Differentiated method
C
Recitation method
D
Drill method
Question 19
Perception and attention play major role in?
A
Short term memory
B
Long term memory
C
Sensory memory
D
None
Question 20
Who have signed MOU for accreditation of Teacher Education Institutions in India?
A
UGC and NCTE
B
NCTE and NAAC
C
NAAC and UGC
D
None of the above
There are 20 questions to complete.

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