Q1. The three pillars of education are ____, ____ and _____.
(a) Teacher, Student, Curriculum
(b) Principle, Teaching, Aim
(c) Education, Methodology, Teacher
(d) Importance, Teacher, Objectivity
Q2. A series of pictures is shown to the subject and he is asked to make a story, is used in ___ Projective technique.
(a) TAT (b) Role Play
(c) Rorschach (d) Dramatic Production
Q3. Which among the following is not a subjective method to assess personality?
(a) Individual history (b) Interview technique
(c) Inventory technique (d) Rating Scale
Q4. Which among the following doesn’t fall under the classification of mental retardation?
(a) Mild retardation
(b) Moderate retardation
(c) Server retardation
(d) Acute retardation
Q5. According to Right to education Act, 2009 no school to be established without obtaining certificate of :
(a) Appreciation (b) Recognition
(c) Terms and condition (d) Authorization
Q6. Any relatively permanent in behavior or behavioural potential produced by experience is called:
(a) Learning (b) Thinking
(c) Cognition (d) Motivation
Q7. Which among the following is involved in learning process?
(a) Physiological (b) Psychological
(c) Environmental (d) All of the above
Q8. The___ is the immediate environment in which the individual lives.
(a) Microsystem (b) Mesosystem
(c) Exosystem (d) Chronosystem
Q9. ____ proposed the theory of multiple intelligence.
(a) Howard Gardner (b) Freud
(c) Binet (d) Thurstone
Q10. Which out of the following is not a biological determinant of personality ?
(a) Nervous system (b) Ductless glands
(c) Somatic structure (d) Situational structure
Q11. Which of the following is not a general law of heredity?
(a) Progression (b) Variation
(c) Regression (d) Like begets like
Q12. as per Right to Education Act, 2009, Elementary Education means:
(a) Education from first to eighth class
(b) Education before first class
(c) Education from 8th to 12th class
(d) Education in middle school
Q13. In the field of mechanism of heredity, modern studies have been done principally in which direction?
(c) Experimental breeding of animal
(d) All of the above
Q14. RTE Act, 2009 directs ____ working hours per week for teachers.
(a) 40 hrs. (b) 45 hrs.
(c) 42 hrs. (d) 48 hrs.
Q15. In giving instructions to the mentally retardeds the teacher must keep in mind that they:
(a) are able to pass examination
(b) learn more vocational skills
(c) work hard to compete with normal children
(d) spend time in competitive game continuously
Q16. Leaning through Reward and Punishment is:
(a) Observational learning
(b) Social learning
(c) Operant conditioning
(d) Classical conditioning
Q17. Which of the following is not a step in conducting scientific research?
(a) Conceptualizing a problem
(b) Revising research conclusion
(c) Collecting data
(d) Dynamic approach
Q18. ___ of the test refers to the consistency of scores obtained by an individual on the same test on different occasion.
(a) Reliability (b) Validity
(c) Objectivity (d) None of these
Q19. Right to Children for free and Compulsory education falls under Act:
(a) 2009 (b) 2012
(c) 2005 (d) 2010
Q20. In the identification of the gifted, we must give priority to:
(a) the parents’ opinion
(b) result of objective test
(c) teachers’ opinion
(d) the community viewpoint
Q21. According to Freud, the primary structural elements of personality are:
(a) Conscious, Subconscious, Unconscious
(b) Id, Ego, Super-ego
(c) Pleasure principles
(d) Defence mechanism
Q22. Tendency of body to maintain a steady state is:
(a) Homeostatic (b) Balance
(c) Fostering (d) Drive
Q23. Sita works at a day care center. The pay is low and hours are long. But she loves being around children & has no desire to look for a higherpaying job. Sita’s motivation appears to be:
(a) Intrinsic (b) Extrinsic
(c) Selfish (d) External
Q24. Mental activity that goes on in the brain when a person is processing information is called:
(a) Learning (b) Mental imagery
(c) Thinking (d) Concept
Q25. Which of the following has not been shown to help maintain a healthy level of cognitive functioning?
(a) Participating in games
(b) Working crossword puzzles
(c) Sedentary lifestyle
Q26. “Life presents a continuous chain of struggle for existence and survivals.” is said by
(a) Darwin (b) Shaffer
(c) Jerslid (d) Spencer
Q27. Which among the following is not a major period of cognitive development given by Piaget?
(a) Sensorimotor stage
(b) The pre-operational stage
(c) Cyclic stage
(d) Formal operations
Q28. Which of the following statement or statement is/are false?
A. It is not necessary to understand that each child is unique.
B. The child develops as unified whole.
C. Any problem in one aspect of development is likely to affect the others.
D. Development is a sequential process.
(a) A, B and C (b) B and C
(c) C and D (d) Only A
Q29. _____ occurs when there are orderly and progressive changes in a human being due to maturation and experience.
(a) Growth (b) Development
(c) Physical changes (d) Mental changes
Q30. Which of the following is not a characteristic of early childhood?
(a) Pre-Gang age (b) Imitative age
(c) Questioning age (d) Toy age