Tuesday, April 26, 2016

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS(11-20)


NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS(11-20)

11. ‘Let nature and experience be your guide’ is a declared dictum of:
A. Pragmatism
B. Naturalism
C. Realism
D. Existentialism

12. The Indian school of philosophy close to realism is:
A. Budhhism
B. Jainism
C. Sankhya
D. Nyaya

13. ‘Education of the instinct’ is considered as unique contribution of:
A. Pragmatism Education
B. Naturalism Education
C. Realism Education
D. Existentialism Education

14. Which of the following is not form of culture?
A. Material
B. Non-material
C. Intelligence
D. Industrial
15. Most educated women today face many problems. Which of the following is not applicable:
A. They are paid less as compare to men
B. have jobs of lower status
C. Consider traditional rule unfit for them
D. Enjoy equal rights in the family

16. Dr.Radhakrishna University Education Commission’s Report said the following about religious education:
A. Religious education leads to spiritual education
B. Moral and religious education are the two poles of social education
C. Religious education is a must at higher stage
D. We do not want religious education, but education about religious

17. Population education means:
A. Education for family planning
B. Sex education from scientific point of view
C. Knowledge of the problem imposed by population growth
D. To understand the characteristics of different groups of population

18. The UGC was established in our country in the year:
A. 1956
B. 1953
C. 1949
D. 1963

19. A democratic society is one which:
A. Follows the principles of equality, freedom, fraternity and justice
B. Respected the enlightened individuals
C. Believes in equal opportunities
D. All the above

20. The ‘Modernization of education’ could be achieved through:
A. Vocationalising the education institutions
B. Including current scientific and technological development of curricula
C. Changing the curricula as frequency as possible
D. Improving the schools and colleges


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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS(1-10)


NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS(1-10)

1. Which of the following is not a characteristic of Gandhian education?
A. Community is living and teacher as a model
B. Intelligent productive manual labor
C. Raise up non-violent men and non-violent society
D. Mastery over material science and technology

2. Tri-Ratna or three-gems is the means of liberation for:
A. Buddhism
B. Jainism
C. Sankhya
D. Nyaya

3. The validity of empirical data as a source of knowledge is generally accepted by:
A. Gotama
B. Kapila
C. Patenjali
D. Brahaspathi

4. Sankhya philosophy was propounded by:
A. Gotama
B. Kapila
C. Patenjali
D. Brahaspathi

5. ‘Principle of Independence’ is a fundamental tenet of:
A. Pragmatism
B. Idealism
C. Realism
D. Extentalism

6. Which of the following is not an extentialistic tinker?
A. Kierkegaard
B. Nietzshce
C. Paul sastre
D. Russell
7. Adviata vedana was consolidated by:
A. Ramanjuna
B. Madhav
C. Guadapada
D. Sankara

8. ‘Reality is still in the making’ is a principle of:
A. Pragmatism
B. Naturalism
C. Realism
D. Existentialism

9. Which of the following concepts is emphasized by Swami Vivekananda:
A. Integral education
B. Man making education
C. Education of harmony
D. Citizenship of education

10. “Man is nothing but what he makes himself nothing” is the fundamental view point of:
A. Pragmatism
B. Naturalism
C. Realism
D. Existentialism

THANKYOU,
NANDITHA AKUNURI,
Dr.A.C.V.RAMA KUMAR

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Structure of seed

Structure of seed
Children have you seen a bean or a gram seed. It is hard and cannot be broken easily. The hard outer covering layer is called the seed coat. The seed coat protects the seed. 

Seed coat – Formed from embryo sack wall and endosperm tissue (During development, the endosperm stops dividing and is absorbed into the embryonic tissues.)

The seed has two cotyledons. These are special seed leaves which protect baby plant or embryo. They also store food for the embryo.
Seeds like grams, beans and peas have two cotyledons while seeds like wheat and corn have only one cotyledon.

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

SEED GERMINATION

SEED GERMINATION

Let us see about seed germination
Growing plants from seeds:
Children if u eat an apple or an orange you will fine deeds inside. New plants can grow from these seeds.

Not all seeds grow into new plants. some seeds are eaten up by birds and insects. Some seeds get destroyed by the rain or wind. 
If seeds get sufficient amount of air, water, warmth it grows in to new plant.
A seed producing a new baby plant or seedling. This process we called as seed germination.
During the early stages of germination, the seedling gets the foods which it requires for its growth from the cotyledons. The food which stored in cotyledons has been used up the seedling gets its food from the soil.
The seedlings absorbs water and nutrients from the soil with the help of its roots. The it develops new leaves and grows in to a new a baby plant.
Now it requires air for seed germination. The air reaches the seed through pores in the soil. That is why soil is so important for plants growth.
After they germinate, they will struggle for air, water, light, nutrients and the space to grow. As a result, many of them would die. 

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

STORY – A STOMACH WITH A WINDOW

STORY – A STOMACH WITH A WINDOW

In the poem, you read about a soldier called Martin. In 1822, he was eighteen years old and was very healthy. When he was shot, he got seriously hurt. At that time Dr. Beaumont was called to treat him.
Dr. Beaumont cleaned the wound and put the dressing. After one and a half years, the doctor found that Martin’s wound had healed except for one thing.
He had a big hole in his stomach. The hole was covered with a loose flap of skin, like the washer in a football. Press the skin and you could peep into Martin’s stomach! Not only that, the doctor could also take out food from the stomach by putting a tube in the hole.
Dr. Beaumont felt he had found a treasure. Can you guess how much time he spent on doing different experiments on this stomach?
Nine years! During this time Martin grew up and got married. At that time scientists did not know how food was digested? How does the liquid (digestive juices) in the stomach help? Does it only help in making the food wet and soft? Or does it also help in digestion?
Dr. Beaumont took some liquid (juices) out of the stomach. He wanted to see what would happen to a food item kept in a glass filled with it. Would it get digested on its own? For this he did an experiment. With the help of a tube, he took out some digestive juice from the stomach.

At 8.30am he put twenty tiny pieces of boiled fish in 10 millilitres of the juice. He kept the glass at the same temperature as that of our stomach – about 30°C. When he checked at 2 pm he found that the pieces of fish had dissolved.
Dr. Beaumont tried this experiment with different food items. He gave Martin the same food at the same time and then compared how long it took for food to be digested in the glass and in Martin’s stomach. He recorded his observations in a table.
So, what does our stomach do? Dr. Beaumont did many experiments and found out many secrets about digestion. He found that food digests faster in the stomach than outside. Did you notice this in the table?
Our stomach churns the food to digest it. The doctor also saw that the food did not digest properly when Martin was sad. He also found that the juice in our stomach is acidic. Have you heard of anyone talking about acidity -especially when that person has not eaten well or the food is not digested properly.
Dr. Beaumont’s experiments became famous across the world. After this many scientists did many such experiments. What did you say? No, they did not shoot people in the stomach. Nor did they wait for a patient with a hole in the stomach. They used other scientific ways to look inside our bodies.
Children Did you like the story of Martin or, should we say, the story of our own stomach?

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FROM TASTING TO DIGESTING- ACTIVITY-7


FROM TASTING TO DIGESTING- ACTIVITY-6


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FROM TASTING TO DIGESTING- ACTIVITY-1



Friday, April 1, 2016

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

41. A researcher is developing items bank for an achievement test in subject A, where items can be neither right or wrong. He has selected upper (27%) items and lower (27%) of the groups for item analysis. Which of the following is the most appropriate method for determining directly validity of an item?
A. Point-biserial
B. Phi-coefficient
C. Chi-square
D. Terachoric

42. A researcher wants to study association between variables x and y whereas there is a variable z which influence both. If he wants to study the real value he do so by:
A. Calculate partial correlation
B. Calculate multiple correlation
C. Calculate product moment correlation
D. Using X2

43. If a researcher wants to study achievements in a school subjects with respect to the intelligence than he as to take;
A. One variable in nominal scale and other in interval scale
B. Both are in Ratio scale
C. Both are in Nominal scale
D. One variable in ratio scale and other in interval scale

44. purposeful sampling refers to:
A. Strategies to find information rich-cases simultaneously
B. Sampling procedure design before the collecting the data
C. The least desirable strategy to comprehensive sampling
D. A type of probability sampling

45. Match the following List I and List II
                         List I                                     List II
A. Tests theories and explains relations    1. Applied research
In behavioral science
B. Tests usefulness in a scientific              
2. Basic research
Theories in a given field
C. Established an accepted bodies            3. Evaluation research
Of research based knowledge
Theories in a given field
D. Assesses the merit and worth
A particular practice at a given site
                                                              Answer: A-1, B-2, C-2, D-3

46. Two characteristics of ex-post-facto research;
A. Randomization and comparization of groups
B. Non- Randomization and manipulation of independent variables
C. Non- Randomization and non- manipulation
D. Non- manipulation and Randomization

47. Which of the following circumstances are necessities the use of quasi experimental:
A. Experimenter has to collect data by himself
B. A pretest has to be determined
C. When more than one independent variable as to be introduced
D. Experimenter cannot assign randomly

48. preparation of a research proposal involves:
A. Using the first person voice in writing
B. Using an unique format and style
C. Letting the typist format design and style
D. Carefully followed the required format and style

49. Match the following List I and List II
                     List I                            List II
A. Construct validity              1. Measures of fair representation
B. content validity                  2. Measures of theoretical processes
C. Concurrent validity           3. Measures of product/performance
                                               4. Measures of agreement with known results
                                              Answer: A-1, B-2, C-3

50. For the quantitative research the external validity refers to:
A. The use of research results in only the setting of that study
B. How well the research was done
C. The characteristics of the subjects of the study
D. The generalization of the subjects of the study.

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

31. Experimental learning is advocated by:
A. Humanistic
B. Behavioristic
C. Cognitive psychologist
D. Gestaltins

32. Which of the following is not a defense mechanism?
A. Regression
B. Sublimation
C. Association
D. Compensation

33. It is a self-reporting technique of assessing personality:
A. Observation
B. Rorshach ink block test
C. Questionnaire
D. Draw a man test

34. ‘Learning disabled’ child are mostly:
A. Aggressive
B. Organized
C. Consistent
D. Underachievers

35. A child attitude ‘I don’t care’ is a type of behavior which can be called:
A. Aggression
B. Defense
C. Denial
D. Retrogression

36. Which of the following is not correct about guidance?
A. Guidance workers maintain confidentiality information
B. Guidance workers do not need any special training
C. Minimum guidance programme depends on budget available in the school
C. A group guidance is a co-operative venture.

37. A researcher wants to the hypothesis that” there is no significance difference between the mean of control and experimental groups. At the time of analysis the data he noticed that there is constant error score where real scores are higher than he observed. What should he do?
A. Ignore the mistake
B. Rescore the data
C. Add error in each score
D. Any of the above

38. Which of the following statement if not true?
A. Historical research criticism of data
B. Correlation studies have low validity
C. Findings of an experiment study can be verified
D. Randomization procedures in experimental design provides sufficient experimental control

39. Which of the following does not belong to the construct that other three belongs to?
A. t-test
B. F-test
C. r
D. x2

40. A researcher has decided to test his one tailed hypothesis 0.0l level of significance. The critical value expected for null hypothesis would be a value equivalent to level -------- of significance to two tailed hypothesis
A. 0.01
B. 0.02
C. 0.005
D. None of the above


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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

21. Which of the following is included in the implied concept of school of as a social agency?
A. Curriculum should be organized in terms of social values
B. Curriculum should be organized in terms of development of knowledge
C. Curriculum should be organized as per needs of individual child
D. Curriculum should be organized in terms of local needs.

22. Which one of the following is not one of the four pillars of education?
A. Learning to know
B. Learning to be
C. Learning to do
D. Learning to live peacefully with others

23. “Educational change and social change are interdependent, but which is the cause and which is the effect cannot determined” are the view of
A. Gandhi
B. Ottaway
C. Dewey
D. August comte

24. Stratification in society is based on:
A. Power, property and prestige
B. Culture, caste and class
C. Education, Earning and empowerment
D. Motivation. Mobility and material possession

25. Educational psychology is not:
A. A behavior science
B. A applied science
C. A Social science
D. A normative science Answer-::

26. Identify the true statement from the following
A. A certain level of intelligence is essential for being creative
B. Highly intelligent person is highly creative
C. A person with low intelligence can be creative
D. Intelligence and creative are not releated with each other

27. “Negative reinforcement” means:
A. No presenting any stimulus
B. Presenting an unpleasant stimulus
C. Punishment
D. Terminating an unpleasant stimulus

28. ‘Programmed learning” is based on:
A. Field theory
B. Operant conditioning
C. Gestalt conditioning
D. Classical conditioning

29. Enquiry learning is conducting due the development of:
A. Memory
B. Imagination
C. Cognitive skills
D. Creativity
30. Match the following List I and List II
                 List I                                   List II
A. Scheduled of reinforcement       1. Maslow
B. Equilibration                               2. Carl rogers
C. Student centered learning           3. Piaget
D. Self-actualisation                       4. Skinner
                                                       5. Bandura

                                                       Answer:A-4, B-3,C-2, D-1

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

11. Education should be vocational in character is advocated by:
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Naturalism
D. pragmatism

12. Match the following List I and List II
           List I                                    List II
A. Sankhya                             1. Swamy mahavera
B. Vedanta                              2. Gautam Buddha
C. Buddhism                          3. Kapil
D. Jainism                              4. Sankaracharya
                                               5. kanada
                                               Answer: A-3, B-4, C-2, D-4


13. Match the following List I and List II
                List I                                List II
A. Navodaya vidyalam          1. Culturally decided
B. Home                                 2. Socialization
C. Changing way of life         3. Equality of educational opportunities
D. Social stratification           4. Modernization
                                               Answer: A-3,B-2, C-4, D-1

14. Assertion (A): Girls from poor families usually drop out the schools.
     Reason (B): Girls look after their youngest brother and sisters.
A. (a) and (b) are correct
B. (a) and (b) are not correct
C. (a) alone is correct
D. (b) alone is correct

15. The skills and knowledge acquired in the classroom are actually utilized by the individual his/her adjustment To:
A. Social situation
B. Social culture
C. Social behavior
D. Social science

16. Which one of the following is informal agency of education?
A. Playground
B. Library
C. Seminar
D. Classroom

17. Which one of the following is not an agency of soicalisation?
A. Kin group
B. Playmates
C. Neighborhood
D. printed material

18. Which of the following is the barrier to the social change?
A. Aristocracy
B. Thinking
C. Pragmatic outlook
D. Poverty

19. The concept of “continuous learning” is the out coming of:
A. Need to educate large number of illiterates
B. People’s desire to learn more
C. Dynamics of expansion of knowledge
D. Need to apprise oneself with knowledge

20. Sociology of education means:
A. Social relations by which an individual gains experience
B. Social development in the country
C. Society and its relationship with the individuals
D. Communication of individual with society

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NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

NET/ EDUCATION DECEMBER -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

1. ' Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man'. who sad this?
A. Rabindranath tagore
B. Aurobindo
C. Swami vivekanada
D. Mahatma Gandhi

2. Which philosophy believes in the five following principles-truth, non-stealing, non-violence, no sex life, non attachment.
A. Jainism
B. Buddhism
C. Hindusim
D. Islam

3. Which one of the following is the main source of educational progresses?
A. Education theory
B. Eduactional practice
C. Educational philosophy
D. Education history

4. Functions of Educational philosophy is-
A. Normative
B. Critical
C. Speculative
D. All the above
5. Weakest point of Idealistic education is-
A. Aims
B. Curriculum
C. Methods of teaching
D. Discipline

6. The moral values of life are associated with which type of philosophy:
A. Metaphysics
B. Epistemology
C. Axiology
D. Cosmology

7. Which one of the following is not a form of naturalism?
A. Physical naturalism
B. Psychological naturalism
C. Mechanical naturalism
D. Biological naturalism

8. The main aim of idealistic education is –
A. Self-realization
B. Physical development
C. Creation of institution
D. To be practical

9. “Integration of the learning process” is the key note of the philosophy of the school:
A. Idealism
B. Realism
C. Extentalism
D. pragmatism

10. Which of philosophy describes philosophy as an activity having no content:
A. Logical positivism
B. Naturalism
C. Marxism
D. Sankhya darshan


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (41-50)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (41-50)
41. A statement that research inserts in his Ph.D thesis which he believes to be fact but he cannot verify. He will term this as:
A. A delimitation
B. An axiom
C. An assumption
D. A hypothesis

42. Observer’s bias cannot be controlled by:
A. Choosing observes carefully
B. Informing of observer of the nature of the study
C. Carefully training observers
D. Using two or more observers in each situation

43. Which one of the following statement is not true?
A. A phenomenon which can neither be presented or be manculated by the researcher but has occurred in the past is a subject of Historical research
B. To study a phenomenon by the researcher ‘as it where’ is a subject of descriptive reseache
C. Manipulation is dependent variable key of experimental study
D. A study which studies concomitant variation of independent and dependent variables are without being manipulated by a researcher is ex-post-facto research

44. If mean and median of distribution are equal and range is equal to 6 σ then we can say that the distribution is:
A. Normal
B. lepto kurtic
C. Plato kurtic
D. Symmetrical

45. A researcher is decided to test his hypothesis only at 0,.05 level significance. He is likely to comet:
A. Type I error
B. Type II error
C. Both Type I and Type II
D. Neither Type I or Type II

46. t-test is to test the significance of difference between:
A. Two means
B. Two co-efficiency of correlation
C. Two standard deviation
D. All of the above

47. One of the elimination of ANOVA would be its inability to indicate:
A. Interaction among variables under study
B. Effects of different variables under study
C. Independence of source(s) of variation
D. None of the above

48. If a researcher wants to study attitudes towards a social phenomenon with respect to a gender, then he has to take:
A. One variable in Ordinal scale and another in Interval scale
B. One variable in Nominal scale and another in Ratio scale
C. One variable in Nominal scale and another in Interval scale
D. One variable in Ordinal scale and another in Ratio scale

49. At any time of analysis, the data, the researcher noticed that there is a mistake in score: there is a constant error in the score: Therefore he should:
A. Ignore the mistake
B. Rescore the data
C. Ass error in each score
D. Subtract error in each score

50. “Those who enroll themselves in an exploratory vocational program me will contribute more to the society than these not enrolled in the programme.” Which one of the important characteristics of a good hypothesis is violated in the above hypothesis?
A. A hypothesis should be logically acceptable
B. A hypothesis should be concise
C. A hypothesis should be defined in operational terms
D. A hypothesis should be testable


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (31-40)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (31-40)


31. The first person to devise a workable series of intelligence test was:
A. Binet
B. Raven
C. Wechsler
D. Spearmen

32. TAT is a tool which is a:
A. Observational
B. Self-reporting
C. Situational
D. Self-rating

33. The order of the structure of mind according to Freud is:
A. Super Ego-ID-Ego
B. ID-Ego-Super Ego
C. Ego-super ego-ID
D. ID-Super Ego-Ego

34. Match the following List I and List II
             List I                                             List II
A. Introversion                              1. maslow
B. Primary Mental abilities           2. vernon
C. Self actualization                      3.raven
D. Progressive metrices                4. Allport
                                                      5. thurstone
                                                      Answer: A-2, B-5, C-1, D-3

35. The term ‘Inclusive education’ refers to:
A. Education for ST/SC children
B. Education of children with disabilities along with normal ones
C. Education in multigrade settings
D. Education in children from minority groups

36. The least important qualification for a successful guidance officer is that he/she is
A. Possesses patience and perseverance
B. Has good academic qualifications
C. Is well adjusted to self and others
D. None of the above

37. Which of the following is the major advantage of conducting modern literature review?
A. Place a study of historical and association perspective
B. Identifies variables and tools of research
C. Encourage of unnecessary duplication of research
D. Provides an idea for research design

38. Match the following List I and List II
                   List I                                     List II
A. Preductive validity           1. Measure of fair representation
B. Content validity                2. Measures of content theories
C. Concurrent validity          3. Measure of product/perform
                                              4. measure of agreement with known result
                                                                       Answer: A-4, B-2,C-3

39. Standardized test are from different locally devised instrument in the way that standardized test:
A. Have norms and some technical support
B. Have greater flexibility
C. are more valid and easy
D. Have inform administration and scoring producers

40. Match the following List I and List II
                  List I                                                     List II
A. Researcher for the user by the user        1. Evaluative research
B. Researcher for applicability                    2. Fundamental research
C. Researcher for general abstract               3. Applied research
         
knowledge
                                                                     4. Action research
                                                                     Answer: A-4, B-3, C-1

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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008

SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (21-30)

21. The formal agencies of education came into being due to:
A. Society becoming quite complex and culture developing various specialized expressions
B. Society being in need to transforming knowledge from one generation to another
C. Society and culture came together with same time
D. Society realizing the contribution every individual towards its development

22. Learning to live peacefully with others as a pillars of education gets its support from:
A. Political science
B. Economics
C. Education
D. Sociology

23. Existence of private, public schools and government schools side by side strength:
A. Social relation in the community
B. Barrier between rich the poor
C. Interaction between government and private sector
D. Learning by teaching methodology by teaching methods

24. Which of the following is not a characteristic of modernization:
A. Participation on technological development
B. Changing religious faith
C. Empathy
D. Mobility

25. Moral development proceeds in stages, was advocated by:
A. Erickson
B. Kohlberg
C. Bandura
D. Havighurst

26. Identify the wrong statement from the following:
A. Growth does not continue throughout of the life
B. Heredity sets the limits for development in terms of potential
C. Development proceeds from specific to general
D. Correlation and not compensation is the rule in development

27. Long term memory is to a large extend assisted bt:
A. Meaningful learning
B. Rote learning
C. Massed practice
D. Distributed practice

28. Which of the following is not a category in Gagne’s learning heirarchy?
A. Chain learning
B. Concept learning
C. Symbolic Association
D. Problem solving
29. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of language development:
A. Semanticity
B. Productivity
C. Tactfulness
D. Displacement

30. “Constructivist approach” is the outcome of:
A. Behavioristic psychology
B. Cognitive psychology
C. Social psychology
D. Both (b) and (c)



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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (11-20)

11.” No can live without any metaphysics. It is true even most of the thoughts less” This statement is associated with:
A. Plato
B. Huxely
C. Rousseau
D. Dewey

12. Match the following List I and List II
            List I                                          List II
A. Gitanjali                                    1. Rousseau
B. My experiments with truth       2. Gandhi
C. Social contract                          3. Plato
D. The Republic                            4. Tagore
                                                      5. Vivekananda
                                                     Answer: A-4, B-3, C-2, D-1


13. Mactch the following
                   X                                           Y
A. Library                          1. Difference in rate of change
B. Cultural                         2. Human resource development
C. Cultural lag                   3. Religion specific
D. Function of education   4. Governs aims of education
                                           5. Formal agency education
                                           Answer: A-5, B-4, C-1, D-2

14. A. ASSERTION: Scheduled caste children have tendency to drop out before finishing their schools
     B. REASON : Earning members of family are not well employed.
A. (a) and (b) are correct
B. (a) and (b) are NOT correct
C. (a) alone is correct
D. (b) alone is correct

15. Adjustment of social situation is easily possible by the individual, with the help of:
A. Cultural values learnt in school
B. Skills and knowledge acquired in the class room
C. Modern technologies known to the child
D. Exposure to social change in the school

16. Which of the following is not a non- formal agency of education?
A. Gyan darshan
B. Edusat
C. Virtual classroom
D. Play ground

17. Which of the following helps in the process of socialization?
A. Printed material
B. Meditation process
C. Playmates
D. Self-centered learning

18. Which of the following is not a barrier of social change?
A. Poverty
B. Population Exposition
C. Aristocracy
D. Parochialism

19. The concept of lifelong learning is the outcome of :
A. Shortage of schools in the country
B. People’s desire to learn
C. Country’s need for a large number of educated people
D. Dynamics of expansion of knowledge

20. Sociology of education means:
A. Applications of principles of sociology to classroom
B. Applications of principles of social learning to education
C. Applications of principles of sociology to cultural learning
D. Applications of principles of sociology to education


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NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008 SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

NET/ EDUCATION JUNE -2008
SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS (1-10)

1. Epistemology deals with;
A. Problems of value
B. Reasoning
C. Source of knowledge
D. Something beyond the physical matter

2. “Education is the dynamic side of philosophy” this statement is associated with:
A. James Ross
B. John Dewey
C. John Adams
D. Froebel

3. How many Tirthankars are there in Jain Religion?
A. 24
B. 25
C. 26
D. 27

4. Sri Aurobindo favored mostly to one of the following methods of teaching:
A. Action method
B. Step by step method
C. Direct method
D. Indirect method

5. First Sermonin by Mahavir, the founder of Jain religion was given in--
A. Pawa puri
B. Shravasti
C. Rajrisha
D. Vaishali

6. In the constitution, the following article was not concerned with religious Education:
A. Article 15 (3)
B. Article 28 (2)
C. Article 28 (1)
D. Article 28 (3)

7. Individual aim of Education was aim on making a child:
A. Co-operative individual
B. Self-realized individual
C. Isolated of individual
D. Follower of God

8. The word pragmatism was derived from the word ‘pragma’ which means:
A. Action
B. Reaction
C. Passive Behavior
D. Thoughtless behavior

9. Which one of the following is not written by Dewey?
A. The child and the curriculum
B. How we think
C. The discovery of the child
D. Schools of tomorrow

10. Aims of complete living in education was proposed by:
A Herbart
B. Herbert spencer
C. Dewey
D. Plato

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