1. Fine arts and aesthetics are given top priority in the curriculum by
2. Identify the functions of educational philosophy :
(i) To integrate divinity into education of man.
(ii) To provide theoretical bases for teacher’s behaviour.
(iii) To generate the principles of curriculum framework.
(iv) To answer all ultimate ‘why’ questions regarding educational practices.
(A) ii and iii
(B) i and iv
(C) i, ii and iv
(D) ii, iii and iv
3. Pragmatism is instrumentalist by nature, because
(A) It considers education as an instrument to social change.
(B) It insists on using lot of teaching aids for enhancing students’ learning.
(C) Education is used by democracy as its instrument.
(D) It considers knowledge and values as means and not as ends.
4. Socialism as a constitutional value implies education for
(A) Social equity
(B) Social equality
(C) Social reconstruction
(D) Social mobility
5. What will a teacher who believes in naturalism not do ?
(A) Allow her students to venture freely.
(B) Give instruction for developing higher values.
(C) Expose her students to experiences leading to sense development.
(D) Wait for students to get mature before teaching the prescribed content.
6. What is the content of logical analysis ?
(A) Empirical truths
(B) Scientific truths
(C) Cognitive knowledge
(D) All of above
7. Which Indian School of Philosophy says that : “I am not a semblance of body, mind and intellect” ?
8. Which of the following is not an aim of education according to Vivekanand ? (A) To bring about the innate perfection
(B) To integrate spirituality and science
(C) To develop national character
(D) To prepare the young students as social beings
9. “Freedom of choice is the highest value for a person.” What does this idea mean ? (A) If you are not free, you cannot have your choice.
(B) A good life is impossible without independence of thought.
(C) Only free choice is a real choice.
(D) In human life nothing is greater than man’s freedom from all ignorance.
10. Marxism does not believe in
(A) Education for productivity
(B) Religious education
(C) Education for equality and equity
(D) Mass education