1. Who became the first Minister of Education in the Indian government?

a) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
b) Dr. K. L. Shrimali
c) Shri Humayun Kabir
d) Shri M. C. Chagla
2. ____________ tests measure the extent of students learning in a given content

a) Achievement Tests
b) Aptitude Tests
c) Diagnostic Tests
d) Readiness Tests

3. "Anything can be taught at any stage of development", was said by

a) Albert Bandura
b) David Ausubel
c) Jean Piaget
d) Jerome Bruner

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4. _______ is the degree to which a test measures what it is supposed to

a) Objectivity
b) Reliability
c) Validity
d) Usability

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5. __________means reinforcing each small step towards a desired goal or

a) Cuing
b) Positive practice
c) Prompting
d) Shaping

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6. If a student is rude to you, which strategy would you adopt as a teacher?

a) Argue with the student
b) Express shock at such behaviour
c) Punish the student
d) Remind the student of classroom rules

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7. What will be the IQ of a 25 years old boy whose mental age is 16?

a) 64
b) 75
c) 80
d) 100
IQ = (Mental age/ Chronological age) X 100
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8. Social change would bring a change in which of the following?

a) Attitudes, ideals and values
b) Human relationship

c) Structure of the society
d) All the three above

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9. Which of the following are the characteristics of a person with scientific

a) Adventure
b) Brevity
c) Sharp memory
d) Objectivity
e) All the above

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10.The concept of 'SUPW' was elucidated by _______?

a) Adiseshiah Committee
b) Ishwar Bhai Patel Review Committee
c) Ramamurthi Committee
d) Sampurnanand Committee
3. Computer Assisted Instruction is based on ________ principle

a) Classical Conditioning
b) Operant Conditioning
c) Pavlovian Conditioning
d) Respondent Conditioning
e) Sender Conditioning

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3. Which of the following is Doordarshan's Educational Television Channel?

'Experimentation' the standard procedure to know the truth? a) Public Administration b) Geography c) Archeology d) Science View Answer / Hide Answer 6. For __________. The _____ amendement got "Fundamental Duties" added to the Constitution of India? a) 42nd Amendment b) 54th Amendment c) 83rd Amendment d) 93rd Amendment . Which of the following affects an individual's development at a given time? a) Their experiences b) Interaction of nature and nurture c) Inherited potentitalities d) Social pressure on the individual View Answer / Hide Answer 5.a) Gurukul b) Gyan Bharati c) Gyan Darshan d) Vidya View Answer / Hide Answer 4.

The development of a student's personality is affected the most by __________. a) Clinical b) Comparative c) Developmental d) Experimental e) Objective View Answer / Hide Answer 8. Which one of the following is the most important elements in teaching? .View Answer / Hide Answer 7. Cause and effect relationships are studied by _____ studies. a) Discipline at institute b) Emotional climate at home c) Inherited assets and liabilities d) Social orientation of peers and elders View Answer / Hide Answer 9. Which of the following situations would the best for maximum transfer of learning? a) Different tasks requiring different responses b) Different tasks requiring the same response c) Similar tasks requiring different responses d) Similar tasks requiring the same response View Answer / Hide Answer 10.

a) Relationship between teachers and students b) Subject matter c) Teaching techniques and aids used d) Student's knowledge You want to ensure participation of more students in class. a goal must be meaningful in terms ______ ? a) Objectives of the curriculum b) Intellectual ideas c) Standards of others d) The needs and purposes of students View Answer / Hide Answer 3. Which of the following items of information are important about students to motivate them for studies? a) Learning style b) Personality c) Socio-cultural background d) All of the above View Answer / Hide Answer . To make learning effective. Which of the following methods of teaching would you adopt? a) Demonstration b) Discussion c) Recitation d) Role-play View Answer / Hide Answer 2.

a) UGC b) NCERT c) NCTE d) XSEED View Answer / Hide Answer 7. ________ is the process in which you identify the common aspects or basic relationships in a variety of specific situations? a) Abstraction b) Generalization c) Problem Solving d) Reasoning View Answer / Hide Answer 5. _______ is the apex institution involved in the planned and coordinated development of the teacher education system in the country. which of the following would you recommend? a) Generating interest in subject b) Developing a framework for experiences c) Sharpening the senses d) Training mental faculties View Answer / Hide Answer 6. What makes an adolescent revolt against Authority? a) He thinks that he is mature enough b) His want for recognition and independence of thought and action . If you want to improve the ability to observe in children.4.

Who said these lines? . and ask yourself. Why is Environment Awareness necessary at all stages of education? a) Important for human survival b) Environment varies from region to region c) Man must control and change environment d) None of the above 1. if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him". You want to develop cooperation and team spirit in students? Which activities would you propose? a) Art b) Debate c) Project work d) Quiz View Answer / Hide Answer 9. What is the main purpose of punishment to students? a) Demonstrate authority b) Protect others from doing the same c) Reform the offender d) Retaliate for the wrong that has been done View Answer / Hide Answer 10. "Recall the face of the poorest and weakest man whom you may have seen.c) He thinks that he is intelligent enough d) He believes that he does not need any advice View Answer / Hide Answer 8.

Which of the following is true about the ways of learning for students? a) Speed of learning is same for all students b) Each child has a unique learning style c) Children follow the way other students learn d) All children immediately follow teacher's instruction . ______ is the quality of a good teacher. a) Control over emotions b) Good command over the subject c) Physical strength d) Sense of humour View Answer / Hide Answer 4. Having variety of question sets in a question paper increases it __________ a) Objectivity b) Reliability c) Validity d) Difficulty e) All the above View Answer / Hide Answer 3.a) Lal Bahadur Shastri b) Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel c) Mahatma Gandhi d) Zakir Husain View Answer / Hide Answer 2.

How should a teacher be related to his peers? a) Should copy other teacher's style b) Follow independent views c) Should not intervene in other's work d) Suggest each other the effective ways to teach View Answer / Hide Answer 6. How can a teacher develop creativity in himself and the learners? a) By giving new up-to-date information b) By playing thought provoking games c) By praising any creative work d) Set new tasks View Answer / Hide Answer 8.View Answer / Hide Answer 5. What is the best way for a teacher to resolve the problems in a class? a) Ask for other teacher's opinion . a) Score best grades in the class b) Improve their own capabilities c) Obey teacher's command d) Submit home-work on time View Answer / Hide Answer 7. A teacher should encourage the students to _____________________________.

discussions. Talking and indiscipline in classroom is an indication of ____________ ? . b) Depends on one's own opinion c) Think on suggestions offered by the children and implement the good ones d) Use the view that Principal gives View Answer / Hide Answer 9. Why is 'learning by doing' important? a) It develops interest among children b) Maintains discipline c) Keeps children busy d) Promotes meaningful learning 1. which of the techniques is best? a) Debate. How would you make your students independent? a) Give responsibility to everyone b) Giving orders and expecting obedience c) Ignoring their petty fights d) Solving their problems for them View Answer / Hide Answer 10. For a teacher teaching a class wit large strength. practicals b) Group work with a lecture c) Lecture and class notes d) Self study and asking questions View Answer / Hide Answer 2.

You have a mixed class of boys and girls. Which method would you adopt to improve co-operation between them? a) Asking parents to discuss equality b) Making boys and girls share a bench c) Setting tasks which have to be done together d) Talking about equality in lessons View Answer / Hide Answer 4.a) Indisciplined students b) Boredom casued by repetitiveness c) Confusion about things taught d) Not summarising lecture points View Answer / Hide Answer 3. What is the use of text book in a class? a) To achieve learning objectives b) To delimit what is to be taught c) To explain ideas and concepts d) Set new standards . Which of the following characteristics can you not expect to develop? a) Concept b) Control over emotions c) Using language creatively d) Voice modulation View Answer / Hide Answer 5. You are training in public speaking and debate.

Which subject tries to understand the role of man in changing his environment? a) Biology b) Geography c) History d) Political Science View Answer / Hide Answer 7. Why is teacher training necessary? a) Increase teaching skills b) Understand methods of school organisation c) Upgrade knowledge of content d) All the above View Answer / Hide Answer 8. Study of _______ improves a students ability to experiment and analyse a) History b) Language c) Mathematics d) Science View Answer / Hide Answer 9. Learning in the mother-tongue helps a student to _________ what is being taught.View Answer / Hide Answer 6. .

Which educational psychologist believed in the fact that 'All children have the potential to learn'? a) Friedrich Frobel b) John Dewey c) Johann Friedrich Herbart d) Maria Montessori 1. When is the best time to evaluate a student's performance? a) When the instruction have begun b) When the instruction have ended c) Only at the end of major units of instruction d) Throughout the instructional process View Answer / Hide Answer 3. A student is 'Exceptional' when his performance is significantly ____________. a) Above or below the average student b) Above the average student c) Below the average student d) Similar to the average student View Answer / Hide Answer 2. When was the National Adult Education Programme (NAEP) launched? . a) Interpret b) Create c) Reproduce d) Easily comprehend View Answer / Hide Answer 10.

When is 'National Teachers' Day' celebrated? a) September 5 b) October 5 c) January 15 d) February 28 View Answer / Hide Answer 5. a) Article 14 b) Article 25 c) Article 37 d) Article 45 View Answer / Hide Answer . What advantage do objective type tests have over essay tests? a) They are easier to interpret b) They require less technical knowledge c) The sampling content can be wider d) They take less time to prepare View Answer / Hide Answer 6.a) 1964 b) 1972 c) 1978 d) 1986 View Answer / Hide Answer 4. Equalisation of educational opportunity is provided in ____________ of Indian Constitution.

10+2+3 year structure of education was proposed by ____________ ? a) Education Commission. How can forgetting be minimised? a) Cramming b) Discrimination c) Overlearning d) Recitation View Answer / Hide Answer 8. What would you do if you find two students of your class fighting? a) Comfort the victim b) Ignore the aggressor c) Ignore the fight d) Punish both of them e) Punish the aggressive child View Answer / Hide Answer 9.7. Where is the First Central Institute of Vocational Education located? a) Bhopal b) Calcutta c) Coimbatore d) Mumbai View Answer / Hide Answer 10. 1964 b) Ramamurti Committee. 1990 .

He is given five sentences to be translated from Hindi to English. What would you do if you notice that students tend to doze off in your class? a) Give a command seeking attention b) Provide them a chance to be physically active c) Reprimand them d) Stop teaching for a while View Answer / Hide Answer 3. which aspect would you to try to evaluate in him? . 1948 1. Suppose you get a Hindi Medium student who has learnt English. 1952 d) University Education Commission. As an evaluator. The major disadvantage of punishment in education is that ___________ a) It causes embarrassment in children b) It generates unpleasant feelings c) It does not solve the problem permanently d) It prevents team work View Answer / Hide Answer 2. 'National Policy on Education' 1986 was reviewed by ________? a) Adielsehiah Committee b) Iswar Bhai Patel Committee c) Ramamurti Committee d) Sampurnanand Committee View Answer / Hide Answer 4. c) Secondary Education Commission.

_______ is the major cause of difference in the classroom behaviour of boys and girls. a) Developmental differences b) Educational levels c) Job aspirations d) Societal expectations . _____ is the apex institution in the area of training educational planners and administrators? a) NCERT b) NCTE c) NIEPA d) SIE View Answer / Hide Answer 7.a) Application b) Knowledge c) Synthesis d) Understanding View Answer / Hide Answer 5. The issue of 'academic burden on students' was examined by _______ . a) Adielshiah Committee b) Iswar Bhai Patel Committee c) Mathur Committee d) Yashpal Committee View Answer / Hide Answer 6.

Hierarchy of Needs c) Thorndike .Theory X and Y d) Skinner . Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched? a) Piaget . _______ cannot be adopted for effective classroom teaching.Moral Development b) Maslow . Majority of the students in a class misbehave. what does it tell you? a) Presence of distractions in the class b) Lack of a code of conduct c) Too many rules d) General indiscipline amongst students . What is the biggest advantage of interaction between the teacher and the students? a) It encourages the students to ask questions b) It facilitates effective learning c) It results in better group relations d) It satisfies the teacher View Answer / Hide Answer 10. a) Improving classroom climate b) Manipulating teaching methods c) Teaching latest trends and advances d) Use of technological aids 1.Programmed Learning View Answer / Hide Answer 9. View Answer / Hide Answer 8.

Such a students is highly likely to encourage _____________ to learn. a) External discipline imposed b) Their creativity c) Their desire for freedom d) Their personal inadequacy View Answer / Hide Answer 4. _________ undertook the innovative project 'Lok Jumbish People's . Which of the following would you adopt to handle him? a) Allow him the opportunity to act aggressively b) Explain him about the harmful consequences of aggression c) Punish him d) Put him in a highly frustrating and enbarrassing situation View Answer / Hide Answer 5. You come a cross a a teacher who believes that students are naturally curious and that the best way to encourage learning is through a process of 'self-discovery'. You have an aggressive student in your class. a) Competition b) Extrinsic motivation c) Imitation d) Intrinsic motivation View Answer / Hide Answer 3.View Answer / Hide Answer 2. Young adolescents rebel to express their ________.

a) Improvement of a paragraph b) Making reports based on information c) Show schematic diagrams d) Summary of relationships between facts View Answer / Hide Answer 8. A blackboard cannot be used for __________. Exams are held to _________. Can a teacher suspend a student? a) Yes b) No View Answer / Hide Answer 7. a) Assess learners skills b) Identify learning problems c) Identify the level of learning d) Rank students for selection View Answer / Hide Answer .movement for Education for All'? a) Bihar b) Madhya Pradesh c) Rajasthan d) Uttar Pradesh View Answer / Hide Answer 6.

What is the purpose of the assignments in the text book? a) To act as a guidance for the unit tests b) To provide practice to the learners c) To helpd learner revise and review the chapter d) To aid teachers View Answer / Hide Answer 2. 9. The purpose of the textbook is to provide _________ a) A learning material based on a syllabus to a learner b) A material to teachers to base teaching on c) A material forming the basis and content for examinations d) Reading and reference materials for the teachers 1. The aim of the Charter Act of 1813 was _________ ? a) Government control on education b) To make English education common c) To spend money on education d) To spread education worldwide View Answer / Hide Answer . Which of the following policies was introduced in 1975? a) Curriculum for the 10 year school b) Kothari Commission Report c) Macauly Report d) Radhakrishnan Report View Answer / Hide Answer 10.

group work is not a good idea.3. 'Generation gap' refers to ___________________. If your puirpose is ___________. Choice of a vocation depends ___________ a) Ease of admission b) Income generated by the occupation c) Interest and skills of the learner d) Subjects a student learnt at school View Answer / Hide Answer 6. ________ is suitable to slow learners. a) To improve coordination and sharing b) Division of work and responsibility c) To identify different aspects of a problem d) To overcoming learning difficulties View Answer / Hide Answer 4. a) Creative writing b) Learning by rote c) Mechanical repetition of an action d) Role playing . a) Attitude of adults to teenagers b) Difference in values of different age groups c) Problems of teenagers d) The growing awareness of adolescents View Answer / Hide Answer 5.

View Answer / Hide Answer 7. What is the importance of having developed senses? a) For all round mental development b) To achieve happiness c) Other learnings depend on them d) For physical well being 1. a) Confined to the princely classes and Brahmins b) Given in Gurukuls by a sage c) Meant for the removal of inequality d) Mostly in Sanskrit . Education in the Vedic period was _______. Which subject explains and appreciates the contribution of the past to the present? a) Economics b) Geography c) History d) Sociology View Answer / Hide Answer 2. Why should a teacher be an idealist and set examples? a) Students do not have values b) Students usually imitate teachers c) Teacher is an adult d) Teacher is a paternal figure View Answer / Hide Answer 8.

What would you do? a) Find the cause of the behaviour and explain the effects of stealing b) Punish and make the child repay c) Publicly demand an apology d) Send the child to the police View Answer / Hide Answer 5. ________ is not an objective of the Adult Literacy Program. a) Comparing high and low achievers b) Learning discipline-based content c) Self-paced learning d) Teacher-centered learning View Answer / Hide Answer 4. _________ is not an objective of Formal Education.View Answer / Hide Answer 3. EFA Programme is involved in _________ a) Improving administration of schools b) Providing primary education to all c) Removing illiteracy d) Removing poverty View Answer / Hide Answer 6. a) Flexibility of time to learn b) Providing literacy and health Education c) Training women entrepreneurs . A student in your class is guilty of stealing.

d) Providing work related literacy kits View Answer / Hide Answer 7. How would you improve student participation in classroom activity? a) By giving written assignments b) By group activity and reporting c) By holding tests d) By reading textual information View Answer / Hide Answer 9. a) Concrete to abstract b) Known to unknown . _______ is called perceptional level learning. What type of teachers are appreciated? a) With charming personality b) The one exercising strict control over his students c) Friendly d)) The one who understands the problems of students and helps them 2. What is the most important contribution that a teacher can make in the classroom? a) Develop interest in the lesson b) Impart knowledge of the subject c) Reduce tension and make learning creative d) Set high achievement levels View Answer / Hide Answer 8.

L. Which of the following would you use to shape the habits? a) Indoctrination b) Teaching c) Training d) None of these View Answer / Hide Answer 5. _______ is referred to as "the father of research on teaching"? a) David Berliner b) Donald T. Campbell c) Egon Brunswik d) N. which of the following decides that?? . Gage View Answer / Hide Answer 6.c) Seen to unseen d) Simple to complex View Answer / Hide Answer 3. a) Edgar Dale b) Ponting Barry c) Jeanne Clum d) Jereme Krusner View Answer / Hide Answer 4. A consultant or a team conducts the evaluation process in a particular way. The 'Cone of Experience' was developed by ________.

how would you behave with below average students? a) Same as with other students b) Generously c) Won't pay any attention d) Won't allow them in the next class View Answer / Hide Answer 9. A teacher should be _______ towards his students? a) Tolerant b) Outspoken c) Supreme d) Sympathetic . As a pricipal. How will you motivate this student to study sincerely in the same class? a) By guardian's counselling b) By psychological counselling c) By friend's counselling d) By teacher's counselling View Answer / Hide Answer 8.a) Business analysis b) Quality management c) Project management d) Terms of reference View Answer / Hide Answer 7. You have a student who has failed in a particular class.

How would you dress yourself as a teacher? a) Comfortably b) Dignified c) Fashionably d) Traditionally View Answer / Hide Answer 13. Its your first day in a class. was said by ___________. Psychology is directly concerned with human behaviour. Skinner . what would you do? a) Evaluate the subject b) Introduce yourself to the students c) Smile at everyone d) Ask the students to stay disciplined View Answer / Hide Answer 12.View Answer / Hide Answer 10. a) Albert Bandura b) B. NLM stands for a) National Literacy Mission b) National Labour Mission c) National Liberty Mission d) National Literacy Movement View Answer / Hide Answer 11. F.

c) Edward Thorndike d) Ivan Pavlov View Answer / Hide Answer 14. Why are class tests conducted? a) To evaluate educational achievement b) As a writing practice c) To revise d) To train students to think logically .