CTET Mock Test - 9


150 Questions MCQ Test CTET ( Central Teacher Eligibility Test ) Mock Test Series | CTET Mock Test - 9


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QUESTION: 1

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Which type of nature will you prefer in your class to increase the process of socialization? 

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QUESTION: 2

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which of the following is the stage of infancy? 

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QUESTION: 3

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which of the following is the primary source for the socialisation of any child? 

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QUESTION: 4

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Socialisation of a child can be measured by which of the following method? 

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QUESTION: 5

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. The causes for the individual difference in students are 

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QUESTION: 6

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. The qualities which children get from their parents are called 

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QUESTION: 7

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q.Which of the following is the most important quality of a good primary teacher? 

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QUESTION: 8

 Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Being a teacher what should be your role to meet the individual differences? 

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QUESTION: 9

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. At the time of conception and in early embryonic stages 

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QUESTION: 10

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. ​

Q. Motivated behaviour of a teacher 

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QUESTION: 11

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 
Q. Which is not a factor of obstruction in the mental health of the children? 

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QUESTION: 12

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. In the process of learning, transfer of learning can be 

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QUESTION: 13

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.
Q. What is the main role of education according to Plato? 

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QUESTION: 14

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 
Q. Natasha always makes wrong use of tense. Being a teacher you can help her by 

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QUESTION: 15

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 
Q. The Right of children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 stipulates that learning should be 

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QUESTION: 16

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which of the following is not a component of human development? 

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QUESTION: 17

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Child development is marked by three inter-related processes. Which of the following is not a process? 

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QUESTION: 18

 Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Which of the following statement is true? 

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QUESTION: 19

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. ………… is the process by which children and adults learn from others. 

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QUESTION: 20

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Our society relies on four agents of socialization. Which of the following is not an agent? 

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QUESTION: 21

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Which of the following is the most influential agent of socialization? 

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QUESTION: 22

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. In………. stage, a child learns to use language and to represent objects by images and words. 

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QUESTION: 23

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. ……….. is the ability to learn about, learn from, understand and interact with one’s environment. 

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QUESTION: 24

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. The g factor is related to 

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QUESTION: 25

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. In Herbart’s system of teaching, pupils are more active than the teacher in the stage of: ​

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QUESTION: 26

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which one of the following factors affects the personal rights of girls? 

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QUESTION: 27

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which one of the following is not the reason for an individual difference in any child? 

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QUESTION: 28

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Being a teacher what should you learn to understand the nature of children? 

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QUESTION: 29

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. ​Which of the following provides more freedom to the learner to interact? 

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QUESTION: 30

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Why the identical twins are similar in characteristics? 

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QUESTION: 31

The average of two numbers A and B is 20, that of B and C is 19 and of C and A is 21. What is the value of A? 

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QUESTION: 32

The simplification of  98 - [ 65+{32-(12+5)}] gives the result ​

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QUESTION: 33

If 3 men or 6 boys can do a piece of work in 16 days. In how many days can 12 men and 8 boys do the same piece of work? 

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QUESTION: 34

A school library has different subject books, as shown in the following pictograph  One symbol represents 50 books. Read the pictograph and answer the following question. Which subject books are less than 257 in number? 

 
One symbol represents 50 books. Read the pictograph and answer the following question. Which subject books are less than 257 in number? 

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QUESTION: 35

A sewing machine is sold for Rs. 660 at a loss of 12%. Determine its cost price. 

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QUESTION: 36

The measure of an angle is twice the measure of its supplementary angle. So, its measure is 

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QUESTION: 37

The product of two numbers is 8192. One of the numbers is two times the second number, the smaller number is 

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QUESTION: 38

A person buys 60 oranges at the rate of Rs. 21 per dozen and sells at the rate of Rs. 24 per dozen. He makes a

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QUESTION: 39

In the given figure, the value of x 

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QUESTION: 40

The surface area of a sphere is 5544 m2 . Find the radius of the sphere. 

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QUESTION: 41

 The length of the diagonal of a square is 36 cm. Find its area.

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QUESTION: 42

A motorist drives at a speed of 80 km/h. He drives for 4 h and 6 min to reach his house. The distance covered by him to reach his house is

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QUESTION: 43

A shopkeeper bought a ball pen in Rs. 12 and sell it at Rs. 15. Tanvi buy 15 ball pens from the shopkeeper.What is the profit % of shopkeeper get? 

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QUESTION: 44

A man borrows Rs. 600 from his friend. He agrees to pay it back after 8 months together with simple interest at 8% per annum. What amount will he pay back?

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QUESTION: 45

Students often make a mistake in comparing the decimal numbers. For example, 0.50 is larger than 0.5. The most probable reason for this error is 

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QUESTION: 46

Rs. 6,000 becomes Rs. 7,200 in 4 years. If the rate becomes 1.5 times of itself, the amount of the same principal in 5 years will be 

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QUESTION: 47

Two natural numbers are in the ratio 3 : 5 and their product is 2160. The smallest of the number is

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QUESTION: 48

Which is not related to affective domain? 

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QUESTION: 49

A train 100m long is running at the speed of 30 km/hr. The time (in second) in which it passes a man standing near the railway line is: 

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QUESTION: 50

If S1 and S2 be the surface areas of a sphere and the curved surface area of the circumscribed cylinder respectively, then S1 is equal to 

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QUESTION: 51

The most effective teaching aid 

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QUESTION: 52

The elements of a teaching modelis 

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QUESTION: 53

The average of marks obtained by 120 candidates was 35. If the average of marks of passed candidates was 39 and that of failed candidates was 15, the number of candidates who passed the examination is: 

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QUESTION: 54

Modern Teaching Models have been classified into 

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QUESTION: 55

If 90% of A =30% of B and B=x% of A, then the value of x is? 

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QUESTION: 56

According to RCEM approach, the correct order is 

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QUESTION: 57

Essential features of a unit plan are 

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QUESTION: 58

A unit plan should 

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QUESTION: 59

The more comprehensive plan is 

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QUESTION: 60

Who is the pioneer in the field of Taxonomy of Educational objectives? 

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QUESTION: 61

A teacher finds some of his students exceptionally bright and intelligent. How will he teach them? 

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QUESTION: 62

To make Environmental Studies interesting, the teach should 

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QUESTION: 63

Which of the following is an objective question? 

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QUESTION: 64

Which part of potato is edible? 

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QUESTION: 65

Which of the following is necessary in photosynthesis? 

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QUESTION: 66

To sensitize the students towards environmental issues, the teacher can tell them how: 

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QUESTION: 67

Teaching aids are helpful because they 

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QUESTION: 68

A cell placed in strong salt solution will shrink because- 

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QUESTION: 69

Which of the following is known as Blue Mountains? 

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QUESTION: 70

Excessive supply of chemical fertilizer often causes death of crop plant due to- 

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QUESTION: 71

It is said that science is related to Environmental Studies. Which of the following statements prove this fact? 

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QUESTION: 72

Which of the following is appropriate for environment conducive to thinking and learning in children? 

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QUESTION: 73

Which of the following blood group is universal donor? 

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QUESTION: 74

Riva saw a farmer separating the grains from the chaff. The process is called 

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QUESTION: 75

The supply of water to the fields to grow crops is called 

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QUESTION: 76

Which of the following is the most important factor which underlies in the success of a beginning of a teacher? 

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QUESTION: 77

Verbal guidance is least effective in teaching 

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QUESTION: 78

Water available in soil for the root of Plant is- 

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QUESTION: 79

The first Indian woman to scale Mount Everest 

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QUESTION: 80

While teaching about human skeletal system, which of the following will be the best way to do it? 

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QUESTION: 81

The science which studies the interaction between man and the environment, emphasizing the links between different subjects related to this issue, including ecology, economics, geography, geology, meteorology, politics and sociology is known as- 

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QUESTION: 82

Bacteria which convert atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogenous compound are called- 

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QUESTION: 83

Name of bacteria which cause tuberculosis- 

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QUESTION: 84

To enable children to learn on their own and sharpen observation skills, which of the following is the best way? 

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QUESTION: 85

Study the microorganism is called- 

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QUESTION: 86

Condensation is 

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QUESTION: 87

Enzymes are essential for body because- 

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QUESTION: 88

The enzyme which takes part in digestion of milk protein- 

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QUESTION: 89

In plant, water is transported through- 

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QUESTION: 90

What is the pH value of pure water? 

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QUESTION: 91

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Through homework, children 

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QUESTION: 92

Which one is the best method of learning in your opinion? 

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QUESTION: 93

Most of the students of a class got poor grades in the English assessment. The type of the test will design to find out the cause of their poor grades is - 

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QUESTION: 94

In the context of ‘language does not influence thought’ there are three main points that researchers use to dispute the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, which of the following is not among the three? 

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QUESTION: 95

A student is poor and cannot buy books. What would you do for him? 

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QUESTION: 96

The use of audio-visual material/aids in the class is 

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QUESTION: 97

In classroom teaching, students would not focus their attention to the lesson due to- 

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QUESTION: 98

Now-a-days Vidyalaya are 

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QUESTION: 99

Communication skills should be developed in students. This will lead the students for 

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QUESTION: 100

 Failure of a teacher to communicate his views may lead to 

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QUESTION: 101

Which of the following is not a characteristic of learning? 

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QUESTION: 102

If many students of your class are not able to answer your questions, then you would 

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QUESTION: 103

At lower classes, the play way method of teaching is based on 

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QUESTION: 104

Dancing, driving, writing, etc. are some examples of 

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QUESTION: 105

The intellectual activities of a child become more ____________ as he grows. 

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QUESTION: 106

Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate option. 

Is this a holy thing to see 
In a rich and fruitful land 
Babes reduced to misery, 
Fed with cold and usurious hand? 
Is that trembling cry a song? 
Can it be a song of joy? 
And so many children poor? 
It is a land of poverty! 
And their sun does never shine, 
And their fields are bleak and bare, 
And their ways are filled with thorns 
It is eternal winter there 
For where’re the sun does shine, 
And where’s the rain does fall, 
Babe can never hunger there, 
Not poverty the mind appall.

Q. It is not at all holy to see 

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QUESTION: 107

Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate option. 
Is this a holy thing to see 
In a rich and fruitful land 
Babes reduced to misery, 
Fed with cold and usurous hand? 
Is that trembling cry a song? 
Can it be a song of joy? 
And so many children poor? 
It is a land of poverty! 
And their sun does never shine, 
And their fields are bleak and bare, 
And their ways are filled with thorns 
It is eternal winter there 
For where’re the sun does shine, 
And where’s the rain does fall, 
Babe can never hunger there, 
Not poverty the mind appall.

Q. ‘It is a land of poverty’ because 

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QUESTION: 108

Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate option. 
Is this a holy thing to see 
In a rich and fruitful land 
Babes reduced to misery, 
Fed with cold and usurious hand? 
Is that trembling cry a song? 
Can it be a song of joy? 
And so many children poor? 
It is a land of poverty! 
And their sun does never shine, 
And their fields are bleak and bare, 
And their ways are filled with thorns 
It is eternal winter there 
For where’re the sun does shine, 
And where’s the rain does fall, 
Babe can never hunger there, 
Not poverty the mind appall.

Q. Choose the word from the poem which means ‘Permanent’ 

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QUESTION: 109

Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate option. 
Is this a holy thing to see 
In a rich and fruitful land 
Babes reduced to misery, 
Fed with cold and usurious hand? 
Is that trembling cry a song? 
Can it be a song of joy? 
And so many children poor? 
It is a land of poverty! 
And their sun does never shine, 
And their fields are bleak and bare, 
And their ways are filled with thorns 
It is eternal winter there 
For where’re the sun does shine, 
And where’s the rain does fall, 
Babe can never hunger there, 
Not poverty the mind appall.

Q. They have to live a life which is not less than walking on …………... .

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QUESTION: 110

Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate option. 
Is this a holy thing to see 
In a rich and fruitful land 
Babes reduced to misery, 
Fed with cold and usurious hand? 
Is that trembling cry a song? 
Can it be a song of joy? 
And so many children poor? 
It is a land of poverty! 
And their sun does never shine, 
And their fields are bleak and bare, 
And their ways are filled with thorns 
It is eternal winter there 
For where’re the sun does shine, 
And where’s the rain does fall, 
Babe can never hunger there, 
Not poverty the mind appall.

Q. The word ‘appall’ means 

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QUESTION: 111

 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court.

Q. How did the minister convince the Emperor to attack the neighbouring kingdom? 
A. He bribed the courtiers to convince the Emperor that he could be a great ruler. 
B. He told the Emperor that his father was a great warrior and would want his son to follow in his footsteps. 
C. He convinced the Emperor that there was no risk involved since the army was inferior to that of the Emperor.

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Why was the man appointed as a courtier? 

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QUESTION: 113

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 

The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage? 

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QUESTION: 114

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Which of the following can be said about the old man? 
A. The Emperor had removed him from his post on his father’s death. 
B. The Emperor respected his judgement. 
C. He saw how prosperous the new minister had become and he too wanted to become rich. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court. 

Q. What effect did the Emperor’s victories have on his people? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. What was the Emperor’s reaction when he saw the old minister?

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Which of the following best describes the newly appointed minister?
A. He was cunning and manipulated the Emperor into going to war. 
B. He was dishonest and stole from the Emperor. 
C. He was jealous of the old minister. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 

The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Why did the Emperor reward the old man? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court. 

Q. What justification did the courtier give for attacking the neighbouring kingdom? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
The Emperor had inherited a peaceful and prosperous kingdom at a young age after the untimely death of his father. A few months later a man arrived at court. He stated that he was from a far off land and had the gift for foresight. He impressed the Emperor with his witty remarks and was appointed a courtier. The Emperor and those at court all enjoyed hearing accounts of his travel. One day the newly appointed minister said, “Your majesty, you are destined for great things. It is written in the stars. I have learnt the art of fortune-telling. Do not be content with your kingdom alone. Travel, see the world and conquer. 
There are many who are oppressed. They will bless you for rescuing them from the tyranny of their rulers. “The Emperor was stunned to hear this but he refused to discuss the matter at the time. The courtiers too were astonished to hear this and began debating among themselves. “It is true,” they said, “Our Emperor’s father was a great warrior and he ruled wisely. Perhaps there is truth in this.” So the newly appointed courtier shrewdly planted the idea of waging war against other kingdoms at court. After hearing several repeated arguments in favour of this idea the Emperor finally agreed. He was a young man and a battle seemed to be exciting and an adventure. So the newly appointed minister planned the first campaign against a smaller neighbouring kingdom. The Emperor knew the ruler was cruel and felt justified in waging was against him. Having the superior army he easily defeated the king. Everyone celebrated. But the campaign did not stop there. 
With every victory, the new minister would urge the Emperor on to the next battle. The soldiers grew tired after over two years at war but did not complain out of respect and loyalty to their ruler. Meanwhile, the situation in his kingdom began to deteriorate. With no one to look after the daily administration and to resolve disputes, signs of neglect began to be seen. The Emperor was no longer bothered if he was freeing the oppressed when he attacked a kingdom. He would plunder their riches to fund his wars. The new minister who was in charge of these funds kept a large part of himself and grew richer. An old man who had been a minister in the Emperor’s father’s court grew worried and decided to do something about this situation. A few days later when the Emperor was out riding in the forest he suddenly saw the old man. He greeted him like an old friend and inquired what he was doing there. The man pointed to two owls in the trees. ‘I am listening to their conversation’. ‘What are they saying?” the Emperor asked unbelieving. “They are negotiating the marriage of their children. The first owl wants to know whether the other will be gifting his daughter fifty villages on her wedding day. To which the second one replied that he would have to gift her one hundred and fifty as the villages were in ruins and as such were worthless but with the Emperor as ruler there would be many such villages.” When the Emperor heard his he realized the error of his ways. He returned home immediately, rewarded the old minister putting him in charge of reconstructing the ruined villages and dismissed the fortune teller from his court.

Q. Under what circumstances did the Emperor inherit his kingdom? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों को ध्यानपर्वूक पढ़िए और उचित उत्तर विकल्प का चयन कीजिए। 

लिपि का सही ज्ञान एवं अभ्यास का उद्देश्य किस स्तर का है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

अक्षर बोध प्रणाली (प्राचीन प्रणाली) के माध्यम से छात्रों में निम्न में से किस शिक्षण सम्बन्धी कठिनाई का निवारण होता है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

सभी छात्रों में सीखने की क्षमता होती है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

भाषा के मुख्य तत्व होते हैं

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

कौशलात्मक उद्देश्यों में कौन-सा उद्देश्य कौशल से सम्बन्धित नहीं है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

मैं अपनी कक्षा में बहुभाषिकता को महत्व देती हूँ, इसलिए मैं 

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

आपकी कक्षा के बच्चोंमें दिन-प्रतिदिन अनुशासनहीनताबढ़ती जा रही है। इसके लिए आप निम्न में से क्या उपचार करेंगे?

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

भाषा शिक्षण के अन्तर्गत श्रव्य सहायक सामग्री का उपयोग किसमें होता है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

भाषा शिक्षण मूल्यांकन से अभिप्राय है

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

एक शिक्षक के लिए छात्रों में शब्दों के शुद्ध उच्चारण का विकास कराना, भाषा शिक्षण की एक प्रमुख चुनौती है। इसके समाधान हेतु आप क्या उपाय करेंगे? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

कक्षा में कुछ बच्चे गलत वर्तनी का प्रयोग करते हुए लिखते हैं। आप क्या करेंगे? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

भाषा शिक्षण का सामान्य उद्देश्य है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

भाषा सीखने के लिए सबसे उपयुक्त साधन है

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

“हिन्दी भाषा के प्रति रुचि उत्पन्न करना”,यह उद्देश्य है

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

पहली-दूसरी कक्षा के बच्चों को साथ में भाषा सीखाने के लिए जरूरी है कि उन्हें

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. जयसिंह की नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य क्या था?

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. शब्द ‘विफल’ का विपरीतार्थक शब्द है

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. ‘प्रथा’ शब्द से तात्पर्य है

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. सुव्यवस्थित में प्रयुक्त उपसर्ग है

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. नवीन रियासतें किस क्षेत्र की पथ प्रदर्शक बनी?

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. मुगल शासक मुहम्मद शाह ने 1732 ई. में किसे मालवा का शासक नियुक्त किया है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. मालवा पर अधिकार करने के बाद पेशवा ने वहाँ कौन-सी प्रथा प्रारम्भ की?

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. मालवा में पेशवा ने किसे जागीर प्रदान नहीं की

Solution:
QUESTION: 144

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए।

1732 ई. में जब मुगल शासक “मुहम्मद शाह”थे, उस वक्त जयसिंह को मालवा का शासक बनाया गया। उसकी नियुक्ति का उद्देश्य मराठों को मालवा से भगाना था, लेकिन जयसिंह इस कार्य को करने में विफल रहा और जयपुर लौट गया। इसी समय मराठों ने मालवा पर आक्रमण कर, उसे अपने अधिकार में कर लिया। इस प्रदेश को सुव्यवस्थित रखने के लिए पेशवा ने जागीर प्रथा प्रारंभ की तथा स्थानीय सरदारों को जागीरें प्रदान की।इसी समय सिंधिया को उज्जैन, आनन्दराव पवार को धार, होल्कर को मालवा तथा तुकोजी को देवास की जागीरें प्रदान की गई। इस प्रकार सिन्धिया, होल्कर तथा पवार की नवीन रियासतों की स्थापना का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ। ये नवीन रियासते, मालवा क्षेत्र के नवयुग के पथ प्रदर्शक बने। इन रियासतों ने मालवा की सांस्कृतिक चेतना को भी प्रभावित किया। 1741 ई. के बाद मुगल साम्राज्य का सम्बन्ध सदा के लिए मालवा से समाप्त हो गया।

Q. किस वर्ष मुगलों का सम्बन्ध मालवा से सदा के लिए समाप्त हो गया?

Solution:
QUESTION: 145

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है। 

Q. देशवासियों में अलगाव की समाप्ति का उपाय है

Solution:
QUESTION: 146

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है। 

Q. भारतीयों को गर्व है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 147

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है। 

Q. ‘रामराज्य’ का अर्थ है

Solution:
QUESTION: 148

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है।

Q. नया विहान’ का अभिप्राय है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 149

 निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है। 

Q. नया विहान, देश में क्या लाया है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 150

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर इस पर आधारित प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए। 

नये समाज के लिए, नये जवान हैं। 
नवीन योजना लिए, नया विहान है। 
रश्मियाँ जगी, जगी युगीन चेतना। 
प्राण-प्राण में लिए उमंग भावना। 
हिन्द के सभी सशक्त नौजवान हैं। 
प्रान्त, क्षेत्र, वाद के भाव हों कभी। 
हम भाई-भाई एक हैं, अलग नहीं कभी। 
एक मानव जाति की सन्तान हैं सभी। 
गाँव-गाँव के विहाग राम में बँधे। 
रामराज्य के विचार कर्म के सधे। 
बाजुओं के जारे का हमें गुमान है। 

Q. गुमान का समानार्थक है 

Solution: