Wednesday, March 30, 2016

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II

PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

41. which one of the following method of measurements can be used when data of both the variables are on ordinal scale:
A. Bi-serial correlation method
B. Point Bi-serial correlation method
C. Product moment correlation method
D. Rank different method

42. Which is not related to principles of experimental design?
A. Replication
B. Randomization
C. Local control
D. Regulation

43. Which one of the following is non-parametric test:
A. chi-square test
B. t-test
C. ANOVA
D. f-test


44. To study the ‘x’ and ‘y’ which type is appropriative:
A. Historical
B. Survey
C. Experimental
D. Philosophical

45. who among the following as not proposed atheory of adjustment?
A. S.Freud
B. Watson
C. Lazarus
D. Jung

46. Defense mechanism is:
A. Conscious behaviour
B. Shifting one’s responsibility
C. A mean of defending arguments
D. A protection shield to one’s responsibility

47. Insightful-learning results from:
A. Stimulus response
B. Gestalt perception
C. Reinforcement
D. Stimulus generalizations


48. What nutrition and reproduction are to psychological life, education is social, said to be:
A. Herbert spencer
B. John Dewey
C. W.Taylor
D. James Ross

49. ‘Education means training for the country and love for the nation’ said by:
A. John Dewey
B. Gandhi
C. Vivekananda
D. Kautali

50. A standard score which has been zero and standard deviation unity is denoted by:
A. T-score
B. Z-score
C. σ-score
D. β- score.

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (31-40)


31. The Rorschach Inkblot test is used to:
A. Emotional state of an individual
B. Intelligence level of an Individual
C. Personality traits of an individual
D Creative abilities of an individuals

32. A gifted child is:
A. always has a very high IQ
B. Is always an exceptional child
C. Always perform difficult mental task
D. Always asks too many questions

33. A creative child is the one who:
A. Has a good academic record
B. Has IQ above normal
C. Has large vocabulary
D. Has fluency of expression

34. Learning disabled children lack in:
A. Proper reasoning as thinking abilities
B. Social adjustment
C. Motor control
D. Hyper activity

35. Sampling frame means:
A. Defining the population
B. Listing the population
C. Selecting representative sampling
D. Selecting adequate sampling

36. Which of the following measurement scale has absolute zero point:
A. Ordinal scale
B. Interval scale
C. Nominal scale
D. Ratio scale

37. Equivalence is one aspect of the following:
A. Reliability
B. Objectivity
C. Practicability
D. Validity

38. Prediction about dependent variable based on co-variance of more than two independent variable is possible in:
A. Canonical analysis
B. Multivariate analysis
C. Multivariate regressive analysis
D. Multivariate discriminate analysis

39. Every individual has an equal chance of being selected by the method of:
A. Quota sampling
B. Purposive Sampling
C. Probability Sampling
D. Non probability sampling

40. Which one of the following tool provide more valid information:
A. Interview
B. Observation
C. Questionnaire
D. Self-report
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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (21-30)


21. The philosophy which upholds the ‘privacy of the mind over the matter’ is:
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Existentialism
D. Pragmatism

22. ‘Intelligent productive manual work’ is the primary medium of education according to:
A. Mahatma Gandhi
B. Tagore
C. Vinoba Bhave
D. Vivekananda

23. Development of ‘Authenticity’ is considered as the prime aim of education according to:
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Existentialism
D. Pragmatism

24. ‘Value consisted in the flowering of innate potentialities of the individuals’. Who possess this view points:
A. Idealism
B. Naturalism
C. Existentialism
D. Pragmatism

25. ‘We want that education by which the character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded and by which one can stand on one’s own feet’ this was exhorted by:
A. Aurobindo
B. Vivekananda
C. Tagore
D. Gandhi

26. The mid-day meal programme for primary schools was initiated with a view to:
A. Increase enrolment
B. Involve community
C. Engage teacher
D. Increase the employment

27. Modernization s more related to:
A. Use of science in Industries
B. Adopting western cultural
C. Reviving ancient culture
D. Developing scientific attitude

28. Psychology is the science to study of:
A. Nature and Development of all living being
B. Development of abilities among human being
C. Nature and behavior of human being
D. Attitude of children

29. Intelligence is defined as:
A. Sum total of mental abilities
B. Abstract thinking to solve problems
C. Critical thinking required for adjustment
D. Ability to solve problems and adjustment
30. Guildford proposed:
A. Three factor theory intelligence
B. Multi factor theory Intelligence
C. Three dimensional theory of Intelligence
D. Hierarchical theory Intelligence

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (11-20)


11. Educational psychology is an areas of study where:
A. Principles of psychology applied in education.
B. Empirical research is being conducted to select the content          for school education
C. Knowledge for the all-round development of the learner is                acquired through research
D. Knowledge about the learner is acquired

12. All teachers must study educational psychology to:
A. Develop their teaching skills
B. Develop an understanding about the child
C. Develop rapport with students and develop maintain discipline in the class
D. Develop an understanding about teaching learning process

13. Growth and Development is best demonstrated as:
A. Continuous and comprehensive
B. Cumulative and continuous
C. Directional and cumulative
D. Continuous and directional

14. The systematic process of concept formation involve:
A. Generalization, nomenclature and categorization
B. Observation, categorization and generalization
C. Assimilation, accommodation and classification
D. Generalization, organization and classification

15. Causes for individual difference among the learners are:
A. Emotional and social variations
B. Cognition and emotional variables
C. Genetic and environmental factors
D. Emotional and environmental factors

16. Which of the following deals with methods of selecting items in a study:
A. Statistical Design
B. Operational Design
C. Sampling Design
D. Observational Design

17. Which of the following is effected when constant is subtracted to each score in the distribution?
A. Mean
B. Median
C. Quartile deviation
D. Standard deviation

18. Null hypothesis is rejected when it is true. In indicates:
A. Sampling error
B. Type II error
C. Type I error
D. Standard error

19. Given, M-100,SD=10. The score corresponding t-score 38 will be:
A. 90
B. 112
C. 100
D. 88

20. Analysis of co-variance is particularly appropriate when the subjects in two or more groups differ:
A. on a post-test
B. on pre-test
C. on a pre-post test
D. on a summative test

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2007 
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)


1. “Truth is that which is directly perceive” according to:
A. Naturalism
B. Realism
C. Existentialism
D. Pragmatism

2. ‘Self-resistance, compassion and Self-education” are the preaching of:
A. Confucius
B. Guru nanak
C. Mahaveera
D. Buddha

3. ‘Sense are the gate ways of knowledge’ emphasis by:
A. Rousseau
B. Bacon
C. John Dewey
D. Comenius

4. The founding father of ‘Sankhya’ philosophy is:
A. Gotama
B. Ramanjuna
C. Kapila
D. Patanjali

5. Deductive-Inductive method was originated by:
A. Plato
B. Aristotle
C. Socratice
D. Hegel

6. The father of educational sociology was:
A. Auguste compte
B. Max weber
C. George payne
D. W. Taylor

7. Which one of the following factors does not resist the social change:
A. Cultural inertia
B. Fear of new things
C. Vested interests
D. Economic status

8. The group structures are measured most commonly by:
A. Sociodrama
B. Socio gram
C. Scatterogram
D. Social-status

9. The menace in the child labor still exist in the society is:
A. Teacher assentism
B. Socio-economic conditions
C. Lack of number of schools
D. Lack of political will

10. ‘Cultural lag’ in the society occur because of:
A. The dependence between material and non-material cultural
B. The non-material cultural is head of the material cultural
C. The material is in advanced than non-material cultural
D. No relation between the two
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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (41-50)


41. Which of the following is used as a secondary score of data in Historical research?
A. Documents
B. Relics
C. Books
D. Oral Testimony

42. Which of the following is the most popular technique for assessment of adjustment?
A. Projective technique
B. Inventory technique
C. Sociometric technique
D. Sealing technique

43. Maladptive behavior may be treated by applying the principle of:
A. Conditioning
B. De-conditioning
C. Learning
D. Adjustment

44. If a person is equally attracted and repelled by the some for the desire to attain some object, then he is facing:
A. Approach-Approach conflict
B. Avoidance- Approach Conflict
C. Avoidance-avoidance Conflict
D. No conflict at all

45. P.F.Vernon propounded:
A. Two factor theory intelligence
B. Multi factor theory Intelligence
C. Group theory of Intelligence
D. Hierarchical theory Intelligence

46. which of the following is threat to interna validty/
A. Howthorne effect
B. Maturation
C. Statistical regression
D. Testing

47. which of the following statement is correct?
A. Extraneous variables are controlled by randomization
B. Extraneous variables are controlled by matching
C. Extraneous variables are controlled by external validity
D. Extraneous variables are controlled by analysis of variance

48. The T-score of 64 in distribution, where mean and standard deviation 40 and 8 respectively, is found to be:
A. 104
B. 80
C.100
D. 84

49. Which one of the following shows greatest stability?
A. Quartile deviation
B. Mean
C. Median
D. Mode

50. “That knowledge which enables us to achieve liberation’ is one of the noblest expression of:
A. Sankhya
B. Buddhism
C. Jainism
D. Upanishad


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

31. Which one the following is not a characteristic of culture:
A. Cumulative
B. Static
C. Dynamic
D. Diffuse

32. Which one of political ideologies is most acceptable by the state of India?
A. Socialism
B. Democracy
C. Democratic socialism
D. Totalitarianism

33. Modernization is the process of;
A. Capitalization
B. Sanskritisation
C. Change and adaptation
D. Stratification

34. Which of the following is not an active agency of Education:
A. School
B. State
C. Family
D. Television

35. Which one of the following is not related to Religious Education:
A. Promotion of spiritual values
B. Character building
C. Disharmony
D. Preservation of culture

36. “Tri-Ratna” is the means of liberation according to:
A. Vedanta
B. Jainism
C. Buddhism
D. Upanishad

37. The 'Discipline through consequence' was instated by:
A. Pragmatist
B. Existentialist
C. Naturalist
D. Realist

38. ‘Principle of independence’ is considered as a fundamental tenet of:
A. Naturalism
B. Idealism
C. Existentialism
D. Pragmatism

39. ‘Monastic system” was an important feature of:
A. Vedic Education
B. Islamic Education
C. Jainsistic Education
D. Buddhist Education
40. Which type of the knowledge is the result of exercise of reason, and based on observation?
A. Empirical knowledge
B. Rational knowledge
C. Intuitive knowledge
D. Revealed knowledge


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

21. Indicate which of the following variables fall in to discrete series:
A. Time
B. Age
C. Foot Ball score
D. Salary of a company

22. When the nature of population from which sample is drawn is not known to be normal, the data can be analyzed by:
A. Para metric statistics
B. Non-parametric statistics
C. Descriptive statistics
D. Fundamental statistics

23. Which of the following is not a probability sampling:
A. Simple random sampling
B. Cluster sampling
C. Stratified sampling
D. Dimensional sampling
24. When the exact midpoint of the distribution is one third, which of the following is most appropriate measure:
A. Mean deviation
B. Mean
C. Median
D. Mode

25. Which of the following is the correct formula for coefficient for variation:
A. s/M
B. M/s
C. 100M/s
D.100s/M

26. In two throws of a coin, what is the probability of throwing a least one head:
A. 1/4
B. 4/4
C. 3/4
D. 2/4

27. A normal curve is platikurtic when:
A. Ku= .263
B. Ku< .263
C. Ku> .263
D. Ku=.263

28. Which of the following statement is correct?
A. One tailed test is used for testing directional hypothesis
B. One tailed test is used for testing null hypothesis
C. Two tailed test used for testing alternative hypothesis
D. Two tailed test used for testing null hypothesis

29. 't-test is useful when :
A. Means of two groups are to be compared
B. Relationship between two variables is to be determined
C. The distribution is not normal
D. The scale of measurement is ordinal

30. Dissociative process of interaction with literally means “ seek together” is called:
A. Accommodation
B. Assimilation
C. Competition
D. Co-operation


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

11. Intelligence cannot be measured in physical unit because:
A. It is different for different individuals
B. It cannot be universalized
C. It is an abstract rather than subtract
D. It does not have standard value

12. The concept of mass and volume with respect to shape develop during:
A. Sensory motor stage
B. Pre-operational stage
C. Concrete operational stage
D. Formal operational stage

13. “Learning is direct, not mediate by ideas” this statement is associated with:
A. Thorndike
B. Watson
C. Pavlov
D. Kohler

14. ‘Kretschmen’ theory of personality can be put under the category of:
A. Type approach
B. Trait approach
C. Psycho-analytical approach
D. Learning approach

15. Personality Inventory is similar to questionnaire except that in Personality Inventory questions are:
A. Worded in the second person’s form
B. Worded in the first person’s form
C. Open ended
D. situational

16. When a group of individuals is studies over a long spam of time, it is known as:
A. Correlation approach
B. Field survey approach
C. Longitudinal approach
D. Cross sectional approach

17. When a researcher combines the findings of several studies systematically and statistically, is known as:
A. Critical analysis
B. Meta Analysis
C. Data analysis
D. Alfa analysis

18. When more than one observer is engaged in research setting, it is called:
A. Triangulation
B. Space Triangulation
C. Investigator triangulation
D. Combine triangulation

19. When variable is continuous and other variable is continuous dichotomy, the relationship can be measured by:
A. Product moment
B. Bi serial
C. Rank order
D. Point Bi Serial

20. Which of the following design provides a less satisfactory degree of control without randomization:
A. Pre experiment
B. Quasi experimental
C. True experimental
D. post experimental


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2007 SOLVED PAPER-II

PRACTICE BITS (1-10)


1. “No fixed aims of education no fixed values in advanced” is the watch word of :
A. Realism
B. Idealism
C. Pragmatism
D. Extentialism

2. Quran is the example of:
A. Intuitive knowledge
B. Empirical knowledge
C. Revealed knowledge
D. Rational knowledge

3. ‘Epistemology’ is mainly concerned with:
A. Aims of education
B. Freedom and discipline
C. Curricilum
D. Methods of Instruction

4. ‘Learning is communion with nature’ is associated with the education taught of:
A. Aurobindo
B. Gandhi
C. Tagore
D. Vivekananda

5. ‘Education for instinct’ was propounded by:
A. Realism
B. Naturalism
C. Pragmatism
D. Existentialism

6. ‘Family is an incubator for culture’ said by:
A. Herbert spencer
B. John Dewey
C. Goldschmitt
D. Emile Durkhiem

7. ‘The character of the education system a definite bearing on the polity’ said by:
A. Hobbes
B. Ross
C. Plato
D. Dewey

8. Which of the following is not associated with programme of ‘Education for all’:
A. Eradication of illiteracy
B. Globalization of Education
C. Continuing Education
D. Universalization of Education

9. The equality of physical environment generally influence:
A. Social behavior of the child
B. Intellectual development of child
C. Physical growth of child
D. physical growth as well as development of child

10. Knowledge of individual difference in the class will help a teacher to:
A Maintain discipline in the class
B. Evaluate the homework of students
C. Plan the teaching learning activities
D. Make necessary arrangements in the class

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (41-45)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 
 SOLVED PAPER-II 
 PRACTICE BITS (41-45)

41. The formula for the computation of skewness is:
A. SK= 3(median-mean)/SD
B. SK
C. SK
D. SK

42. A research intends to ascertain the significance of difference between two means of two randomly selected independent samples on a particular test. He should compute

A. Chi-square value
B. t-ratio
C. Product moment of coefficient of correlation
D. Kurtosis

43. Which of the following is a Non parametric test:
A. A. The chi-square test
B. The median test
C. The sign test
D. The t-test

44. Which of the following correlation most suitable for item-analysis:
A. Bi serial
B. Point bi serial
C. Tetra choric
D. Phi- coefficient

45. The section research is mainly helpful to:
A. apply the result to the entire population
B. develop the principles
C. formulate the plans and policies
D. improve educational practice


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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

31. Which of the following may NOT be identified through sociometry ?
A. Gifted
B. Isolated
C. Rejected
D. Most liked

32. Which of the following theories is NOT a personality theory:
A.  Intrapsychic theory
B. Type theories
C. Trait theory
D. System theory

33. Operant conditioning is mainly emphasis on:
A. The teacher
B. The learning material
C. The reinforcement
D. The environment

34. Good learning depends upon:
A. The teacher
B. Active interest on pupils
C. Active teaching methods
D. Judicious using of teaching aids

35. Participant observation method is used:
A. Experimental research
B. Ethnographic research
C. Historical research
D. Ex post facto research

36. The Standard error of measurement is:
A. Ann index of error in that estimate
B. An error related to the error in the measurement tool
C. An error of the standard deviation
D. An error the standardized test

37. Who said “Adolescence is a period of storm and stress”
A. Elizabeth Hurlock
B. Piaget
C. Freud
D. Staley

38. Which one of the following is correct?
A. When extreme value are not known one can use median
B. The midpoint on the scale of measurements is mean
C. The most frequently occurred score is standard deviation
D. The most popular central tendency is mode

39. Difference between two means is significant is 0.01 level of significance. It means that:
A. the value of t-ratio is equal to 1.96
B. the value of t-ratio exceeds 2.58
C. the value of t-ratio is 2.36
D. the value of t-ratio is 2.8

40. Which of the following is not a correct statement:
A. A test can be reliable without being valid
B. A test cannot be valid without being reliable
C. A test can be reliable and valid both
D. A test can be valid without being a reliable

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006

SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (21-30)


21. Education as sub system of the society:
A. Brings changes in the society and makes it modern
B. Creates rifts between educated and uneducated in the society
C. Dominates the society
D. Accept domination in the society

22. The role of home in education is:
A. To help child in acquisition knowledge
B. To interference in the function of school
C. To accept education as a value and to vitalize its spirit
D. To provide assistance and cooperation to school

23. Which one is not a National value:
A. Freedom of speech
B. Social justice
C. Sectarian faith
D. Fraternity

24. Which one of the following is not a social aim of Education:
A. Education for social service
B. Education for the perfection of individual
C. Education for citizenship
D. Education for social efficiency


25 Match the following List I and List II
                 List I                                      List II
A. Universal brotherhood            1. Spencer
B. Scientific Education                2. Gandhi
c. Social Education                      3. Tagore
D. Vardha scheme of education   4. Vivekananda
                                                    5. John Dewey
                                                    Answer: A-4, B-I, C-5, D-4

26. Pick out the need which has not been included in Maslow’s ‘B’ needs:
A. Creativity
B. Aesthetic
C. Enlightenment
D. Alienation

27. Which of the following is not associated with Freudian psychology?
A. Eras
B. Thantos
C. Libido
D. Archetype

28. Pick out the term which has not been used by piaget:
A. Assimilation
B. Organization
C. Scheme
D. Sublimation

29. The name of the psychologist associate with the IQ scam is:
A. Alfred Binet
B. Theodor simen
C. Cyril Lodiwic Burt
D. Howard Gardner

30. Indicate the statement which is not correct:
A. Ability to produce language is difference from the actual                   linguistic production
B. All natural languages of the world have same the underlying            structure and principles
C. Semantic development is slower than the syntantic development
D. Environment does not have any language acquisition.

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (11-20)


11. Which philosophy believe in the following three principles- momentariness, universal suffering and soulessness.
A. Jainism
B. Islam
C. Hinduism
D. Buddhism

12. Which statement is true for Tagore and Rousseau both?
A. Both are Naturalist
B. Both established institutions
C. Both gave important to Bookish Education
D. Both believed in the freedom and identity of the individual
Answer: 3 & 4 are correct

13. Which are true for both Hindu and Buddhist philosophies?
A. Both give importance to guru
B. Both believe in salvation
C. Both accept the immortality of soul
D. Both give importance to meditation
Answer: 1, 3 &4 are correct

14. Who sad, “A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn
Its own flame?
A. Gandhi
B. Tagore
C. Aurobindo
D. Vivekananda

15. Democratic socialism combines:
A. Social equality with political democracy
B. Capitalism with political democracy
C. Economic equality with capitalism
D. Political democracy with economic democracy

16. Socialization is a process of:
A. Learning to be a member of society
B. Being and becoming
C. Changing asocial into social
D. Social change

17. The study of social stratification in education is meant for:
A. Considering for prevailing status for social equality and               opportunity
B. Creating a society without any type of stratum
C. Encouraging upward mobility in the society
D. The study of imbalance in the society

18. To meet the purpose of modernizing democratic and socialistic society in India it is more important to have:
A. An economic revolution
B. Social revolution
C. A revolution in education
D. An Industrial revolution

19. Existentialism could not popular because:
A. It was based on the old principle
B. It was impractical
C. It was not different from pragmatism
D. It was based on strict principle

20. Culture in its proper sense is:
A. Civilized behavior of educated mass
B. Complex whole of whatever a men achieved as a member of a society
C. Sophistication in life style
D. Change in the setup of society

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (1-10)


NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER-2006 
SOLVED PAPER-II 
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

1. Aurobindo’s view on education gives important on
A. Religion
B. Politics
C. Science
D. Skills

2. In education who emphasized the idea of “Education through productive work?
A. Tagore
B. Gandhi
C. Vivekananda
D. Aurobindo

3. The principle of back to nature in education was given by:
A. Shri Aurobindo
B. Vivekananda
C. Rousseau
D. Dewey

4. Emile was written by:
A. Plato
B. Rousseau
C. Neitzsche
D. Satre

5. Which philosopher in the following list is not an existentialist ?
A. Kirekgard
B. Heidegar
C. Jean paul satre
D. Kant

6. According to Quarn, Education is compulsory for
A. Al men
B. All women
C. All men and women
D. None of the above

7. Pragmatism believes in :
A. Permanent values
B. Changing values
C. Perennial values
D. Social values

8. Which philosophy of Education believes in the “punishment from natural consequences”
A. Naturalism
B. Idealism
C. Realism
D. Marxism

9. Analytical school of philosophy was propounded by;
A. Theodor Brameld
B. Vitjensine
C. Bertrend russel
D. R.S. Piter

10. The meaning of prabajji ceremony is:
A. Addimission in Buddhist Monastery
B. Thread ceremony
C. Ceremony of perform yajna
D. Addimmions to gurukulas


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (40-45)


NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (40-45)


41. “There cannot be educated the people without educated the women”              was indicated by:
A. The resolution on the Nation Policy on Education (1986)
B. The  UN declaration on the Elimination of discrimination against women      (1967)
C. The University Education Commission (1948-49)
D. The National Policy on Education (1986)

42. Which one of the following is a projected aid:
A. Photograph
B. Flash cards
C. Slides
D. Puppets

43. With whom of the following, sociometric technique is associated with:
A. N.A.Flanders
B. D.C. Mccllelands
C. J.F. Moreno
D. P.V.Young

44. who called Non-formal Education ”Organized out of  school programs”
A. Philip coombs
B. La bella
C. Illic
D. John Dewey

45. Match the following list
             List I                                             List II
   A.  Syntax                             1. Meaning
   B.   Semantics                        2. sound
   C.   Phonetics                         3. vocabulary
   D.  Lexicon                           4. Grammar
                                            5. Writing

                                          Answer: a-4, b-1,c-2, d-3
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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)


NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

31. A test that can measure the different achievement levels of pupils said to be:
A. Comprehensive
B. Discriminative
C. Reliable
D. valid

32. Triarchic theory of intelligence was developed by:
A. Gardner
B. Sternberg
C. Thorndike
D. Welschler

33. “Children construct their own understanding through interaction with their environment” who said this:
A. Skinner
B. Guildford
C. Piaget
D. Burt

34. Guildford’s structure of model indicates:
A. 120 factors
B. 180 factors
C. 150 factors
D. 100 factors

35. Which of the following is most appropriate to develop higher order to cognitive skills:
A. Lecture-demonstration
B. Play role
C. Discussion- session
D. Inquiry leaning

36. Which is not indicated in Allport’s classifications of values:
A. Aesthetic
B. Theoretical
C. Economic
D. Scientific

37. Which of following is not correct:
A. Mental age
B. Dental age
C. Skeletal age
D. Social age

38. Which of the following terms are not found in frued’s theory:
A. Masochism
B. Sadism
C. Animism
D. Narcissism

39. Identify the terms which is not included in piaget’s theory:
A. Computation
B. Combinatorial
C. Proportional
D. Probabilistic

40. Maktabs are related to:
A. Elementary Education
B. Primary Education
C. Secondary Education
D. Higher Education

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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)


NET/ EDUCATION JUNE-2006 SOLVED PAPER-II

PRACTICE BITS (21-30) 

21. The type of error involving the acceptance of null hypothesis when it is false is known as:
A. Type I error
B. Type II error
C. Type III error
D. Type IV error

22. Which of the following is not correct:
A. The simplest measures of dispersion is range
B. Semi-inter quartile range is standard deviation
C. Algebra signs (+ or -) are totally ignored in mean deviation
D. One half the scale between Q3 and Q is Quartile deviation

23. The primary purpose of fundamental research is to:
A. solve an immediate problem
B. Extend the existing body of knowledge
C. Study the problem of the past
D. Solve a problem for providing information for decision making

24. The distribution of mesokertic in nature wen the value of kurtosis is equal to:
A. 0.236
B. O.363
C. 0. 263
D. 0. 362

25. The statistic variance refers to the:
A. Square of standard deviation
B. Square root of standard deviation
C. Difference between standard deviation and average deviation
D. Difference between the means and standard deviation

26. Standard error in mean refers to;
A. Error in computation mean
b. Error in making use of appropriate formula for computate mean.
C. The difference between sample and population mean
D. The difference between values of mean and standard deviation

27. The distribution of platykurtic in nature when the value of kurtosis is:
A. Greater than 0.263
B. Greater than 0.253
C. Greater than 0.243
D. Greater than 0.233

28. Individuals with ___________ intellectual ability are highly vulnerable to the attack of self- destructive intelligence syndrome:
A. Very high
B. Moderate
C. Low
D. Very low

29.Which of the following is aproject technique of personality measurement
A. Questionnaire
B. Rating scale
C. Rorschach ink scale
D. Interview

30. Which one of the following is not a humanistic psychologist:
A. Eric Frowm 
B. Rollo May
C. Carl Rogers
D. Adler


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