Tuesday, March 29, 2016



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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