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1.

The best method to study growth and


development of the child is–
(a) Psychoanalytic Method
(b) Comparative Method
(c) Developmental Method
(d) Statistical Method
cPps ds o`f¼ vkSj fodkl dk lcls vPNk
rjhdk gS&
(a) euksfo'ys"k.kkRed fof/
(b) rqyukRed fof/
(c) fodklkRed fof/
(d) lkaf[;dh; fof/
2. A teacher wants the gifted children of her class
to achieve their potential. Which of the following
should she not do to achieve her objective ?
(a) Teach them to enjoy non-academic activities
(b) Teach them to manage stress
(c) Segregate them from their peers for special attention
(d) Challenge them to enhance their creativity

,d f'k{kd viuh d{kk ds çfrHkk'kkyh cPpksa dks mudh


{kerk çkIr djuk pkgrk gSA fuEufyf•r esa ls mls viuk
mís'; çkIr djus ds fy, D;k ugha djuk pkfg,\
(a) mUgsa xSj&'kS{kf.kd xfrfof/;ksa dk vkuan ysuk fl•k,a
(b) mUgsa ruko dk çca/u djuk fl•k,a
(c) fo'ks"k è;ku nsus ds fy, mUgsa vius lkfFk;ksa ls vyx djsa
(d) viuh jpukRedrk dks c<+kus ds fy, mUgsa pqukSrh nsa
3. A school gives preference to girls while
preparing students for a State level solo-
song competition. This reflects
(a) Global trends (b) Pragmatic approach
(c) Progressive thinking (d) Gender bias

,d Ldwy jkT; Lrjh; ,dy&xhr çfr;ksfxrk ds fy,


Nk=kksa dks rS;kj djrs le; yM+fd;ksa dks ojh;rk nsrk
gSA ;g n'kkZrk gS
(a) oSf'od #>ku (b) O;kogkfjd n`f"Vdks.k
(c) çxfr'khy lksp (d) fyax iwokZxzg
4. Vygotsky emphasized the significance of
the role played by which of the following
factors in the learning of children ?
(a) Hereditary (b) Moral
(c) Physical (d) Social

ok;xksRLdh us cPpksa dh lh•us esa fuEufyf•r dkjdksa


esa ls fdl Hkwfedk ds egRo ij tksj fn;k\
(a) oa'kkuqxrk (b) uSfrd
(c) 'kkjhfjd (d) lkekftd
5. A teacher never gives answers to questions herself. She
encourages her students to suggest answers, have
group discussions and adopt collaborative learning.
This approach is based on the principle of
(a) proper organization of instructional material
(b) setting a good example and being a role-model
(c) readiness to learn
(d) active participation

,d f'k{kd dHkh Hkh •qn lokyksa ds tokc ugha nsrk gSA og vius
Nk=kksa dks mÙkj nsus] lewg ppkZ djus vkSj lg;ksxh lh•us dks viukus
ds fy, çksRlkfgr djrh gSA ;g n`f"Vdks.k ds fl¼kar ij vk/kfjr gS
(a) funZs'kkRed lkexzh dk mfpr laxBu
(b) ,d vPNk mnkgj.k LFkkfir djuk vkSj ,d jksy&ekWMy cuuk
(c) lh•us dh rRijrk
(d) lfØ; Hkkxhnkjh
6. Young learners should be encouraged to interact
with peers in the classroom so that
(a) they can learn answers to questions from each other
(b) the syllabus can be covered quickly
(c) they learn social skills in the course of study
(d) the teacher can control the classroom better

;qok f'k{kkfFkZ;ksa dks d{kk esa lkfFk;ksa ds lkFk ckrphr djus ds


fy, çksRlkfgr fd;k tkuk pkfg, rkfd
(a) os ,d nwljs ls ç'uksa ds mÙkj tku ldrs gSa
(b) ikBÔØe dks tYnh ls iwjk fd;k tk ldrk gS
(c) os vè;;u ds nkSjku lkekftd dkS'ky lh•rs gSa
(d) f'k{kd d{kk dks csgrj rjhds ls fu;af=kr dj ldrk gS
7. When a child with a disability first comes to
school, the teacher should
(a) refer the child to a special school according to the disability
(b) seclude him from other students
(c) discuss with the child’s parents to evolve collaborative plans
(d) conduct an admission test

tc fodykax cPpk igyh ckj Ldwy vkrk gS] rks f'k{kd dks
pkfg,
(a) fodykaxrk ds vuqlkj ,d fo'ks"k Ldwy esa cPps dks Hksts
(b) mls vU; Nk=kksa ls vyx djsa
(c) lg;ksxkRed ;kstukvksa dks fodflr djus ds fy, cPps ds ekrk&firk
ds lkFk ppkZ djsa
(d) ços'k ijh{kk vk;ksftr djuk
8. According to Piaget’s stages of Cognitive
Development, the sensori-motor stage is
associated with
(a) imitation, memory and mental representation
(b) ability to solve problems in logical fashion
(c) ability to interpret and analyse options
(d) concerns about social issues

fi;kts ds laKkukRed fodkl ds pj.kksa ds vuqlkj]


lsalksjh&eksVj pj.k ds lkFk tqM+k gqvk gS
(a) udy] Le`fr vkSj ekufld çfrfuf/Ro
(b) rkfdZd iQS'ku esa leL;kvksa dks gy djus dh {kerk
(c) fodYiksa dh O;k[;k vkSj fo'ys"k.k djus dh {kerk
(d) lkekftd eqíksa ds ckjs esa fpark
9. Human personality is the result of
(a) upbringing and education
(b) interaction between heredity and environment
(c) only environment
(d) only heredity

ekuo O;fÙkQRo dk ifj.kke gS


(a) ijofj'k vkSj f'k{kk
(b) vkuqoaf'kdrk vkSj i;kZoj.k ds chp ckrphr
(c) dsoy i;kZoj.k
(d) dsoy vkuqoaf'kdrk
10. Individual attention is important in the
teaching - learning process because
(a) learners always learn better in groups
(b) teacher training programmes prescribe it
(c) it offers better opportunities to teachers to discipline each
learner
(d) children develop at different rates and learn differently

f'k{k.k&lh•us dh çfØ;k esa O;fÙkQxr è;ku egRoiw.kZ gS


D;ksafd
(a) lh•us okys ges'kk lewgksa esa csgrj lh•rs gSa
(b) f'k{kd çf'k{k.k dk;ZØe bls fy•rs gSa
(c) ;g çR;sd f'k{kkFkhZ dks vuq'kkflr djus ds fy, f'k{kdksa dks csgrj volj çnku
djrk gS
(d) cPps vyx&vyx njksa ij fodflr gksrs gSa vkSj vyx&vyx lh•rs gSa
11. Which of the following is the first step in
the scientific method of problem- solving?
(a) Verification of hypothesis
(b) Problem awareness
(c) Collection of relevant information
(d) Formation of hypothesis

fuEufyf•r esa ls dkSu lh leL;k ds oSKkfud rjhds


esa igyk dne gS& gy djuk\
(a) ifjdYiuk dk lR;kiu
(b) leL;k tkx:drk
(c) çklafxd tkudkjh dk laxzg
(d) ifjdYiuk dk xBu
12. Which of the following is a
domain of learning?
(a) Experiential (b) Affective
(c) Spiritual (d) Professional

fuEufyf•r esa ls dkSu lk ,d lh•us dk


{ks=k gS\
(a) vuqHkokRed (b) mÙksftr
(c) vkè;kfRed (d) is'ksoj
13.If you find a child in your class who always
isolates from the rest of the class, you would ...
(a) ask the child to be normal by taking example of his classmates
(b) try to understand the underlying clause
(c) leave the child alone so that the child comes out of his own
(d) inform the management that his presence may effect other
students of the class.

;fn vkidks viuh d{kk esa ,d ,slk cPpk fey tk, tks
ges'kk ckdh oxZ ls vyx&Fkyx jgs] rks vki---
(a) vius lgikfB;ksa dk mnkgj.k ysdj cPps dks lkekU; gksus ds fy, cksys
(b) varfuZfgr DykWt dks le>us dk ç;kl djsa
(c) cPps dks vdsyk NksM+ nsa rkfd cPpk vius vki ckgj vk tk,
(d) çca/u dks lwfpr djsa fd mldh mifLFkfr d{kk ds vU; Nk=kksa dks
çHkkfor dj ldrh gSA
14. All of the following can be signs that a
child is gifted, except
(a) Interest in encyclopaedia and dictionaries
(b) Uneasy relationships with peers.
(c) Early development of a sense of time
(d) Easy retention of facts

fuEufyf•r lHkh ladsr gks ldrs gSa fd ,d cPps dks


migkj esa fn;k x;k gS] flok;
(a) fo'odks'k vkSj 'kCndks'kksa esa #fp
(b) lkfFk;ksa ds lkFk vlgt fj'rsA
(c) le; dh le> dk çkjafHkd fodkl
(d) rF;ksa dk vklku çfr/kj.k
15. Comparatively, emotions shift
easily in….
(a) Childhood (b) Infancy
(c) Adolescence (d) Puberty

rqyukRed :i ls] Hkkouk,a vklkuh ls vanj


vk tkrh gSaA
(a) cpiu (b) cpiu
(c) fd'kksjkoLFkk (d) ;kSou