Wednesday, March 14, 2018


31. Who has given the theory of ‘Social Learning’ ?
(A) Thorndike
(B) Spearman
(C) Albert Bandra
(D) Watson

32. Law of exercise enables students to
(A) Diligence(B) Intelligence
(C) Insight
(D) Problem solving

33. Which of the following students need their teachers attention ?
(A) Introvert
(B) Slow learners
(C) Gifted
(D) All of these

34. Which one of the following conditions qualifies to be an instance of negative reinforcement ?
(A) Giving a punishment
(B) Withholding a reward
(C) Withdrawing a painful stimulus
(D) Excessive rewarding

35. A child who uses a wheel chair
(A) should not be in the regular school.
(B) should study only in a special school.
(C) should be given education with non-disabled students in a regular school.
(D) should be given education in a regular school in a lower class.

36. “School is a community in miniature, a micro society.” What do the terms “Community” and “Society” signify in the context ?
I. Community signifies freedom.
II. Community signifies equal treatment to all.
III. Society signifies equality of educational and job opportunities.
IV. Society signifies control. Choose the correct answer from the given codes : Codes :
(A) III and II
(B) III and I
(C) III and IV
(D) I and IV

37. ‘Individual Differences’ are given the least importance in
(A) Idealism
(B) Realism
(C) Naturalism
(D) Pragmatism

38. What is the basic criterion for social class ?
(A) Occupation
(B) Status
(C) Religion
(D) Locale of Residence

39. On the basis of an achievement test, the teacher rated Ram, Shyam & Dhyan as 1st, 2nd & 3rd respectively. This is an example of
(A) Ratio Scale
(B) Ordinal Scale
(C) Internal Scale
(D) Nominal Scale

40. If the tenth grade students find science test to be very easy and majority of them scored high marks, the resulting description would be
(A) Normal
(B) Mesokurtic
(C) Skewed to the left
(D) Skewed to the right


21. Critically judge the following :
Assertion (A) : Adolescence is a period of stress and storm.
Reason (R) : Capacity to acquire and utilize their knowledge reaches it’s peak.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation.
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

22. “The responses which are followed by satisfying after-effects tends to be learned”, is
(A) The law of exercise
(B) The law of effect
(C) The law of readiness
(D) The law of relativity

23. Spranger’s typology is based on man’s
(A) Interests
(B) Body structure
(C) Behavior
(D) Attitude

24. What is meant by the term socialization ?
(A) Influencing the rural illiterate masses, by social and service organization, to send their children to schools regularly.
(B) Media information, including advertisements, to keep their houses, streets and public places clean.
(C) Process of interaction among members of the society and inhibiting values.
(D) Participating in social service activities.

25. Who is regarded as the Father of Sociology ?
(A) Auguste Comte
(B) McIver
(C) Robert Payne
(D) Talcott Parson

26. Which one does indicate a healthy atmosphere for the social functioning of the class/school ?
(A) Democracy as a compromise between Laissez faire and Autocracy.
(B) Democracy as a compromise between Persuasion and Permission.
(C) Laissez faire
(D) Democracy

27. The proposition about research that you do not agree is
(A) Research improves the quality of teaching.
(B) Research leads to finding solution to too many problems.
(C) Research is only a personnel achievement.
(D) Research contributes to social progress of the society.

28. Which of the following is a non parametric test ?
(A) Analysis of Co variance
(B) Analysis of Variance
(C) Median Test
(D) Critical Ratio

29. Which of the following statements is true for reliability and validity of a measuring instrument ?
(A) Reliable test is also valid.
(B) Validity does not ensure reliability.
(C) Validity and reliability are not related.
(D) Valid test must be reliable.

30. According to the behaviorist school of psychology, the teacher is
(A) store-house of knowledge.
(B) a leader in the classroom.
(C) supervisor of children’s learning activities.
(D) creator of appropriate learning conditions.


11. What is the view of Educational Sociologists on Character Education ?
(A) Character Education is the exclusive province of the home and religious organizations.
(B) Character Education is impossible without religious and denominational doctrine
(C) Character Education is best handled by giving the target ready  made judgements.
(D) Character Education should involve the direct discussion of moral issues.

12. “Investment in Education is the single, largest item of expenditure, next to defense, in many countries today.” What is the social justification ?
I. Education has become a pressing need under globalization.
II. Education is the Panacea for social ills.
III. Education produces unselfish and competent leaders for establishing polity. IV. Education helps to procure security, prosperity and social well-being for all. 
Choose the correct answer from the given
codes : Codes :
(A) I and III
(B) II and IV
(C) I and II
(D) III and IV

13. Which was the major factor for caste distinction in India before independence ? 
(A) Religion
(B) Poverty
(C) English Education
(D) Family Occupation

14. Deductive Reasoning helps in
(A) Research Reporting
(B) Formulation of Hypothesis
(C) Data Analysis
(D) Tools Preparation

15. Which method focuses on generating new hypothesis ?
(A) Pattern
(B) Deductive
(C) Inductive
(D) None is correct

16. The feasibility of a research study should be considered in the light of
(A) Potential ethical concerns
(B) Skills required for the researcher
(C) Cost and time required to conduct the research
(D) All of above

17. Which of the following is not the feature of symbols assigned to categories on a nominal scale ?
(A) No quantitative meaning
(B) Nothing more than labels or names
(C) May be ordered according to magnitude
(D) Cannot be subjected to arithmetic operations

18. The learning theories under behaviourist category are based on the belief that 
(A) Child is a natural learner.
(B) Environment can change a man.
(C) All behaviors can be learnt.
(D) Everybody can learn everything.

19. Burner identified three major stages of cognitive growth. Identify the correct order of the stages.
(A) Symbolic, Iconic, En active
(B) Iconic, Symbolic, En active
(C) En active, Iconic, Symbolic
(D) Symbolic, En active, Iconic

20. Army Beta test is an example of
(A) Individual verbal test of intelligence
(B) Group non-verbal test of intelligence
(C) Group verbal test of intelligence
(D) Performance test


1.‘Internal criticism’ is a required step in
(A) Experimental Research
(B) Historical Research
(C) Descriptive Research
(D) Philosophical Research

2. Which sampling technique will be most appropriate to draw a representative sample of heterogeneous population ?
(A) Stratified Random
(B) Quota
(C) Purpose
(D) Incidental

3. Chi-square test is an example of
(A) Parametric test
(B) Non-Parametric test
(C) Descriptive test
(D) Survey test 

4. A highly reliable test is required for the purpose of
(A) using teacher made test
(B) testing for research purpose
(C) dividing students into ability groups
(D) providing guidance services

5. Which of the following won a Nobel Prize for his pioneering work on learning theories ?
(A) R.M. Gayne
(B) J.S. Bruner
(C) Lev Vygotsky
(D) Ivan Pavlov

6. According to Piaget, cognitive development in human beings take place through four important stages. Identify the correct order of these stages.
(A) Pre-operational, formal operational, concrete operational, sensory motor
(B) Sensory motor, concrete operational, formal operational pre-operational
(C) Formal operational, sensory motor, pre-operational, concrete operational
(D) Sensory motor, pre-operational, concrete operational, formal operational

7. Match the List – I with List – II & select the correct answer using the code given below :
List – I                                                  List – II
a. Carl Roger                             i. Field theory
b. Kurt Levin                            ii. Social learning theory
c. Bandura                                iii. Self theory
d. Bruner                                  iv. Psychoanalytic theory 
                                                 v. Cognitive theory
Codes : a b c d
(A) iii iv ii v
(B) ii i v iii
(C) i ii iv v
(D) iii i ii v

8. In Pavlov’s experiments on the salivary conditioning of dogs, the CS was
(A) The taste of food
(B) Salivation to the taste of food
(C) The sound of a bell
(D) Salivation to the sound of bell

9. Kohlar developed
(A) S-R bond theory
(B) Insight theory
(C) Field theory
(D) Conditioning theory

10. Which of the following is an incorrect pair ?
(A) Multiple theory of intelligence – Guilford
(B) Theory of classical conditioning – Pavlov
(C) Psycho-social theory – Erikson
(D) Theory of meaningful verbal learning – Aasubel

Monday, February 5, 2018


71. The Rosarch Inkblot test consists of
(A) Five black and five coloured cards
(B) Ten black and ten white cards
(C) Five black and white & five multi-coloured cards
(D) Ten multi-coloured cards

72. Which of the following terms is relevant to a qualitative study ?
(A) Comparison
(B) Prediction
(C) Correlation
(D) Exploration

73. Which of the following is a characteristic feature only of experimental studies ? 
(A) Control of extraneous variables.
(B) Study of cause and effect relationship.
(C) Observing variation in the dependent variable.
(D) Manipulation of treatment variable.

74. When a researcher checks the genuineness and authenticity of the source material, it is known as
(A) External validity
(B) External criticism
(C) Concurrent validity
(D) Internal consistency

75. An investigator studied the census data for a given area and prepared a write up based on them. Such a write-up is called
(A) Research Paper
(B) Article
(C) Thesis
(D) Research Report



61. Which of the following philosophies are most tilted to individualism ?
(A) Jainism
(B) Samkhya
(C) Buddhism
(D) None of these

62. Research means
(A) Searching again and again
(B) Finding solution to any problem
(C) Scientific approach to new truth
(D) Conducting experiment

63. Which of the following is the first step in the research process ?
(A) Searching sources of information.
(B) Survey of related literature.
(C) Identification of a broad area of research.
(D) Searching for solution to problem.

64. If a researcher conduct a research on finding out which administrative style contributes more to institutional effectiveness, this will be an example of
(A) Expost facto research
(B) Action research
(C) Applied research
(D) Fundamental research

65. A researcher is generally expected to
(A) study the existing literature in a field.
(B) generate new principles and theories.
(C) synthesize the ideas given by others.
(D) evaluate the findings of a study.

66. The process of educational research involves the following steps :
(1) Collection of data
(2) Statement of objectives
(3) Selecting the problem
(4) Method/Procedure
(5) Analysis and Interpretation of data
(6) Reporting the results Which of the following sequence is correct ?
(A) 3, 2, 4, 1, 5, 6
(B) 1, 3, 2, 5, 6, 4
(C) 3, 2, 4, 1, 6, 5
(D) 3, 2, 5, 1, 6, 4

67. The Government of India conducts Census after every 10 years. The method of research used in this process is
(A) Case Study
(B) Developmental
(C) Survey
(D) Experimental

68. Items of List – I and List – II given below have one-to-one relationship on some basis. Identify the inherent relationship and select the correct matching from the given options :
                List – I                                          List – II
a. Experimental                                  1. Sampling
b. Historical                                        2. Meta-analysis
c. Philosophical                                  3. Internal criticism
d. Descriptive                                     4. Content analysis
                                                           5. Internal validity
Codes :
(A) 3 5 2 3
(B) 1 4 2 5
(C) 3 4 2 1
(D) 5 3 4 1

69. Two variables X and Y are significantly correlated. This means that
(A) X causes variation in Y.
(B) Y causes variation in X.
(C) X and Y vary together.
(D) No such conclusion may be drawn.

70. Which of the following types of studies results in findings which could not be generalized to other situations ?
(A) Descriptive
(B) Historical
(C) Experimental
(D) Causal Comparative 



51. Programmed learning is based on the principles of
(A) Conditioned Learning Theory
(B) Cognitive Learning Theory
(C) Gestalt Learning Theory
(D) Operant-conditioning

52. According to Piaget, at what stage does abstract thinking begin to develop ?
(A) Sensory motor
(B) Pre-operational
(C) Concrete operational
(D) Formal operational

53. Which of the following is the incorrect pair ?
(A) Sign Theory of Learning – Tolman
(B) Field Theory of Learning – Lewin
(C) Social Learning Theory – Bruner
(D) Trial and error Theory – Thorndike

54. Match the following :
            List – I                                            List – II
a. Sentence Completion Test          1. Association
b. Multiple Choice                          2. Recognition
c. Match the following                   3. Comprehension
d. Read the passage and Q&A      4. Recall
Codes :
(A) 4, 2, 1, 3
(B) 4, 3, 2, 1
(C) 4, 2, 3, 1
(D) 3, 2, 1, 4

55. Which is the most effective reinforcement schedule according to operant conditioning theory of learning for stable learning ?
(A) Continuous reinforcement
(B) Fixed ratio reinforcement
(C) Variable ratio reinforcement
(D) Fixed interval reinforcement

56. Xerophthalmia is a result of insufficient amount of
(A) Vitamin C
(B) Vitamin B
(C) Vitamin D
(D) Vitamin A

57. A child who has unusual difficulty in oral instruction may have the following impairment
(A) Intellectual disability
(B) Cerebral Palsy
(C) Hearing impairment
(D) Visual impairment

58. The child who reads numbers wrongly has the following learning disability
(A) Dyscrasia
(B) Dyslexia
(C) Dyspepsia
(D) Dyscalculia

59. The child having the difficulty in picking up objects is suspected to have
(A) Lower level of intellectual functio 
(B) Sight impairment
(C) Speech impairment
(D) Locomotor impairment

60. Delinquency is committed by the children of the age group
(A) 8 – 18 years
(B) 6 – 14 year
(C) 7 – 15 years
(D) 9 – 19 years 



41. District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) was started in
(A) 1990
(B) 1994
(C) 1998
(D) 1996

42. Supervision is a continuous activity whereas Inspection is a
(A) general activity in a common place
(B) special activity in a given moment
(C) complex activity in a situation
(D) specific activity in a specific time

43. Who propounded the ‘self’ theory of personality ?
(A) Kretschmar
(B) Allport
(C) Eysenck
(D) Roger

44. Match the following List – I with List – II in correct order :
                List – I                                   List – II
a. Classical conditioning                   i. Kohler
b. Drive reduction                             ii. Hull
c. Sign Gestalt learning                     iii. Pavlov
d. Learning by insight                       iv. Skinner
                                                          v. Tolman
Codes : 
 (A) iv ii v i
(B) iii ii v i
(C) iv ii i v
(D) iii ii i v

45. In the List – I name of the Psychologists are given and in List – II the theories developed by them. Match the List – I with List – II in correct order :
            List – I                                            List – II
a. Freud                                     i. Two factor theory
b. Spearman                              ii. Creativity
c. Rorschac                               iii. Psycho-analysis
d. Torrance                                iv. Projective technique
                                                  v. Multifactor theory
Codes :
(A) i iii ii iv
(B) ii v iii iv
(C) iv iii v ii
(D) iii i iv ii

46. University Education Commission constituted in 1948 was appointed by
(A) Ministry of Human Resource Development
(B) Ministry of Education

47. Rearrange the following steps of social learning theory as given by Bandura :
a. Remembering the behaviour.
b. Connecting the memory in action.
c. Reinforcement of the imitated behaviour.
d. Attending and perceiving the behaviour.
(A) b, a, d, c
(B) d, a, b, c

(C) a, b, d, c
(D) d, a, c, b

48. Education falls under the
(A) Concurrent List
(B) Fundamental Rights
(C) Constitution of India
(D) State List

49. Critically judge the following :
Assertion (A) : Motivation is important in the process of teaching and learning. Reason (R) : Motivation is attraction towards a goal and clarifies its meaning.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect.
(B) Only (A) is correct.
(C) Only (R) is correct.
(D) Both (A) and (R) are correct.

50. Curriculum means
(A) all the experiences which students get in school.
(B) subject that are transferred by the faculty.
(C) syllabus prescribed for the course.
(D) class experiences, sports and games. 



31. Which of the following commissions suggested silent meditation as a part of moral values?
(A) Secondary Education Commission
(B) University Education Commission
(C) National Education Commission
(D) Indian Education Commission

32. Which of the following is described as Magna-Carta of Indian Education ?
(A) Sargent Commission
(B) Wood’s Despatch
(C) Macaulay Minutes
(D) Hunter Commission vvvVV

33. “Rising knowledge to wisdom is real education” was said by
(A) Rigveda
(B) Chhandogya Upanishad
(C) Samaveda
(D) Bhagvadh Geeta

34. The Oriental School of Thought is related to
(A) knowledge of science
(B) classical literature
(C) conservation of fashion
(D) learning of natives

35. ‘Leviathan’ was written by
(A) Locke
(B) Hobbes
(C) Rousseau
(D) Hegel

36. ‘Project is a whole- hearted purposeful activity proceeding on a social environment”, it was defined by
(A) John Dewey
(B) Ballard
(C) Kilpatrick
(D) Adamson

37. Who said that the school be made as miniature society ?
(A) Skinner
(B) Thorndike
(C) Herbert
(D) Dewey

38. ‘Socialization’ is a process by which the individual is adapted to his
(A) classroom environment
(B) social environment
(C) political environment
D) cultural environment

39. The movement from one social class to another is known as
(A) social status
(B) social control
(C) social change
(D) social mobility

40. ‘Cultural Lag’ is the term used by
(A) Ogburn
(B) Pyne
(C) Weber
(D) Marx 


Sunday, February 4, 2018


21. The most important challenge for a teacher is
(A) to maintain discipline in the classroom.
(B) to make students do their homework.
(C) to prepare the question-bank.
(D) to make teaching process enjoyable.

22. Techno-Pedagogic competency is
(A) a science of using technology in teaching.
(B) a technique of combining principles of technology and principles of teaching.
(C) a set of skills of interweaving technology into teaching and learning both scientifically and aesthetically.
(D) a competence to develop techno pedagogic systems in education.

23. Which of the following skills are needed for present day teacher to adjust properly with the classroom teaching ?
1. Knowledge of technology
2. Use of technology in teaching learning
3. Knowledge of student’s needs
4. Content mastery
(A) 1 and 3
(B) 2 and 3
(C) 2, 3 and 4
(D) 2 and 4

24. Psycho-analytic approach of counseling was first introduced by
(A) Adler
(B) Jung
(C) Freud
(D) None of these

25. Which of the following tools of collecting psychological information about pupils is the most objective ?
(A) Rating scale
(B) Interview
(C) Standardized tests
(D) Protective devices

26. According to psycho-analysis theory of personality, neurotic disorders are caused by
(A) Repression of desires
(B) Inactivity of libido
(C) Role of unconscious mind
(D) All of these

27. Which of the following does not belong to the category of non probability sample ?
(A) Quota sample
(B) Multi-stage sample
(C) Purpose sample
(D) Incidental sample

28. The research proposals sent to research institutes for financial assistance must have
(A) The whole plan and procedure
(B) Budget requirements and time schedule
(C) Definite objectives of research
(D) None of the above

29. Which of the following is not an approach of analysis of qualitative data ?
(A) Logical Analysis
(B) Criterion Analysis
(C) Content Analysis
(D) Inductive Analysis

30. Internal criticism is done
(A) to verify the accuracy of the source.
(B) to verify the authenticity of the source.
(C) Both of these
(D) None of these



11. Which of the following theories is most quantitatively measurable ?
(A) Pavlov’s
(B) Skinner’s
(C) Hull’s
(D) None of these

12. Maladjusted children are mostly found in
(A) Broken families or unitary families
(B) Poor or joint families
(C) Both of these
(D) None of these

13. Theory of generalization is similar to the theory of
(A) Transposition
(B) Identical elements
(C) Both of these
(D) None of these

14. Which is the highest level of concept formation ?
(A) Formal level
(B) Sensory level
(C) Concrete level
(D) None of these

15. Which of the following is the apex body in the area of Teacher Education in India ?

16. Who have signed MOU for accreditation of Teacher Education Institutions in India ?
(A) NAAC and UGC
(C) UGC and NCTE
(D) None of the above

17. As per NCTE norms, what should be the pattern of teaching staff for a unit of 100 students at B.Ed. level ?
(A) 1 + 7
(B) 1 + 9
(C) 1 + 10
(D) 1 + 5

18. There are three phases of teaching given by P. Jackson, which of the following is incorrect one ?
(A) Pre-active phase
(B) Underactive phase
(C) Interactive phase
(D) Post-active phase

19. Which of the following is the least important aspect of the teachers’ role in the guidance of learning ?
(A) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance.
(B) The development of insight to overcome the pitfalls and obstacles.
(C) The provision of encouragement and moral support.
(D) The provision of continuous diagnostic and remedial help.

20. Which of the following qualities of a teacher will be liked most by you ?
(A) Idealistic philosophy
(B) Compassion
(C) Discipline
(D) Entertaining 



1.Who said this “Education is man making. It is that by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, intellect is expanded and by which man can stand on his own feet”?
(A) Vivekananda
(B) Tagore
(C) Dayanand Saraswati
(D) None of these

2. In List – I the name of the philosopher and philosophy is given and in List – II statements regarding the philosophy is given. Match the List – I with List – II in correct order :
                List – I              List – II
a. Tagore                      i. Harmonious development of personality
b. Vivekananda           ii. The doctrine of karma
c. Mahatma Gandhi    iii. Child is more important than all kinds of
d. Buddhism                iv. Yoga as a method of education
                                     v. The doctrine of dharma
Codes : a b c d
(A) v i ii iv
(B) iii iv i ii
(C) iii iv ii v
(D) iv ii i iii

3. Purpose of creation of the universe and its relation to man and god is discussed in
(A) Metaphysics
(B) Ethics
(C) Epistemology
(D) None of these

4. Which of the following agency regulates education ?
(A) Church
(B) State
(C) School
(D) Library

5. “The greatness of a nation is to be measured not by its material power and wealth but by the intercultural relationship of its people.” Who said this ?
(A) Dr. Radhakrishnan
(B) Tagore
(C) Vivekananda
(D) Gandhi

6. Which of the following does not specify Max Weber’s concept of social stratification ?
(A) Educational Status
(B) Income and Wealth
(C) Political Power
(D) Social Prestige

7. If rules of multiplication helps in learning correlation or regression, then it is an example of
(A) Sequential transfer
(B) Horizontal transfer
(C) Negative transfer
(D) Vertical transfer

8. According to Freud, Super Ego is properly developed during
(A) latency period
(B) anal period
(C) phallic period
(D) none of these

9. When response is based on uncommon area of the blot, it is denoted by
(A) S
(B) Dd
(C) DW
(D) DdW

10. Individual psychology of personality was given by
(A) A. Adler
(B) Jung
(C) Eysenck
(D) None of these 



Name:                                  Grade:                       Date:
Learning outcome: Application of Antonyms
Task: Each sentence tells about a difference. Underline the two words are antonyms; then write them on the lines below.

Tigers are wild, but dogs are tame.

Giraffes have long necks, but hippos have short necks.

The parrot has a strong beak, but the swallow has a weak beak.

The peacock has an enormous tail, but the chicken has a puny tail.

The zebra enclosure at the zoo is spacious, but the reptile house is cramped.

The baboons are noisy, but the antelope are silent.

The sea lions are energetic, but the walrus is lethargic.


is the antonym of              tame

is the antonym of


is the antonym of


is the antonym of


is the antonym of


is the antonym of


is the antonym of

Write your own sentence by using two antonyms and circle it.





Name: Grade: Date:
Learning outcome: Application of Antonyms
Task: Write an antonym for the underlined word. Choose a word from the word box.

happy            over        hot       up       wet

1.Our teacher was sad in the morning...........................

2. The dry surface was good to play the game on........................

3. I looked down the stairs......................

4. The weather in the morning was cold...................

5. I looked under the table for the lost baseball..................

Write your own sentence by using antonyms.




Name:                               Grade:                    Date:
Learning outcome: Application of Antonyms
Task: Read each row of words and circle the two words that are                 antonyms.


Read each sentence below. Write an antonym for each underlined word on the lines provided.

1.My car is messy. ______________________________________

2.The baby cried loud. ___________________________________

3.The cup was completely empty. ___________________________

4.Everyone was sitting in the audience. ______________________

5.The short basketball player went for the rebound. ____________

6.We were uncomfortable at the sporting event. _______________

Write your own sentence by using antonyms.