Test: Social Science-3


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Who said, “Intelligence is essentially the perception of relations, especially the perception of difficult or subtle relations”? 

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120 and above IQ is known as

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The nature of behaviour as far as social development and socialization processes are involved is 

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In Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, the language development starts from 

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Which of the following decides morality at the primitive level of moral development according to Kohlberg theory 

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Who said, "Any manifestation of life is activity." 

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Who developed the first intelligence test? 

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In Science practical’s, boys generally take control of apparatus and ask girls to record data or wash utensils. This tendency reflects that 

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Group project activity as prescribed by CBSE is a powerful means 

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Which type of reasoning is syllogistic reasoning? 

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Which of the following principles is not involved in lesson planning?

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The second important characteristic of any psychological test in addition to validity is 

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The thinking process involved in producing an idea or concept that is new, original & useful is termed as 

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An appropriate form of assessing student’s performance in practicals is 

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A process by which a parent assumes that his child’s traits are all positive because one trait is positive is termed as 

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Curriculum means 

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Inclusive education means education of all children in 

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Which of the following in not a degree of hearing loss? 

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Which one of the following could be an end stage of a child possessing bodily-kinesthetic intelligence? 

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Special education is related to 

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Learning is primarily the result of

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What are the three factors which affect learning

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Who gave the Lange Theory of Emotion? 

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Which of the following examples best illustrates problems solving? 

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What should teacher do before teaching the lesson? 

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Cognitive Development means 

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Motives which have a physiological basis, such as hunger, thirst & sleep are referred to as 

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Which set of cues given below can be used in detecting someone’s emotions? 

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Which of the following is the characteristic of programmed instruction? 

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When delivering an effective lecture in classroom, a teacher;

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The muslim adventurer who destroyed the Nalanda University was

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The words ‘Satyameva Jayate’ in the State Emblem of India were taken from 

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The language used to write source materials in ancient time was 

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The most important text of Vedic mathematics is 

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Who scripted Gandhi’s favourite song ‘Vaishnavjan to …………’ ? 

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Swarajya was declared as the goal of the Congress at its session held in 1906 at 

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Who was the writer of Mudrarakshasa? 

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RathYatra at Puri is celebrated in honour of 

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Which one of the following is a warm ocean current? 

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The ‘Dark Continent’ is 

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Palghat joins which of the following states? 

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Who is known as the mother of Indian Revolutionaries? 

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For which type of the fertilizer, India is fully dependent on imports 

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In India, Dhariwal and Ludhiana towns are famous for 

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Indian Penal Code came into operation in 

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During emergency, imposed under Article 352, which of the following Constitutional provisions stands suspended? 

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The Council of Ministers are collectively responsible to the 

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How many types of writs can be issued by the Supreme Court? 

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Who founded the Republican Party of India? 

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Who was the propounder of the Drain Theory in India? 

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The Revolt of 1857 at Lucknow was led by- 

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Where is the India Institute of foreign trade located ? 

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Disinvestment in public sector is called 

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The working of a rocket is based on the principle of 

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Damp clothes are dried in spin dryers by the action of 

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In MRI machine, which one of the following is used? 

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Woolen clothes keep the body warm because 

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A soap bubble shows colours when illuminated with white light. This is due to. 

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The energy of the Sun is mainly due to 

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The chemical name of rat poison is 

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Litmus is obtained from 

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Who among the following is known as ‘Martin Luther’ of India? 

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Air Force Academy is located by 

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The elevated regions that have escaped weathering and erosion and appear in the form of mountains are called _________.

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2018 FIFA Worlds cup would be held in 

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Ema is an example of— 

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Which of the following is the world’s largest desert? 

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Name the Australian bats man who won the Prestigious Allan Border Medal for 2016? 

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A drainage pattern occurs when tributaries join a river and erode a valley at right angles. 

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Buland Darwaza at Fatehpur Sikri was built by Akbar to commemorate his victory over which province? 

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Best way to teach the topic “Things around us” is …………… 

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Which Tool is used in survey method? 

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Which of the following is not a test four evaluation of different aspect of learner? 

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The objective of educational excursion in social studies is 

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The father of question-answer strategy 

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In …………… children start to report consistent sex differences in friendship. 

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Close friendship provides 

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To assess peer acceptance, researchers usually use self-reports called …………… Which measure social preference? 

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Constructivism as a theory 

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The quality of teaching strategy is associated with 

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The basic advantage of Heuristic strategy in social science is 

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…………… is the main reason some children display initiative when faced with obstacles to success, whereas others given up easily. 

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Teenager’s identity development is enhanced when their …………… serve as a ‘secure base’ from which they can confidently move out into the wider world. 

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Children’s mental representations of familiar large-scale spaces, such as their school or neighbourhood can called …………… 

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On which of the following topic, teaching is not required for the children? 

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Development of concepts is primarily a part of 

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Heredity is considered a __________ social structure. 

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The most intense and crucial socialisation takes place 

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The statement ‘An important precondition for the proper development of a child is ensuring her/his healthy physical development’ 

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Maximum participation of students is possible in teaching through 

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QUESTION: 91

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये तथा पूछे गए प्रश्नों के लिए सही उत्तर वाले विकल्प का चयन कीजिए –

व्यक्ति की पहचान उसकी भाषा से होती है और भाषा संस्कार से बनती है। जिनके जैसे संस्कार होंगे, वैसी ही उसकी भाषा होगी। जब कोई आदमी भाषा बोलता है तो साथ में उसके संस्कार भी बोलते हैं। यही कारण है कि भाषा शिक्षक का दायित्व बहुत गुरोत्तर और चुनौतीपूर्ण है। परम्परागत रूप में शिक्षक की भूमिका इन तीन कौशलों­बोलना, पढ़ना और लिखना तक सीमित कर दी गई है। केवल यांत्रिक कौशल किसी जीती जागती भाषा का उदाहरण नहीं हो सकते है। सोचना और महसूस करना दो ऐसे कारक हैं जिनसे भाषा सही आकार पाती है। इसके बिना भाषा गूँगी एवं बहरी है, इनके बिना भाषा संस्कार नहीं बन सकती, इनके बिना भाषा युगों­युगों का लम्बा सफर नहीं तय कर सकती; इनके बिना कोई भाषा किसी देश या समाज की धड़कन नहीं बन सकती। केवल सम्प्रेषण ही भाषा नहीं है। दर्द और मुस्कान के बिना कोई भाषा जीवन्त नहीं हो सकती।

Q. व्यक्ति की पहचान किससे होती है? 

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QUESTION: 92

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये तथा पूछे गए प्रश्नों के लिए सही उत्तर वाले विकल्प का चयन कीजिए – 

व्यक्ति की पहचान उसकी भाषा से होती है और भाषा संस्कार से बनती है। जिनके जैसे संस्कार होंगे, वैसी ही उसकी भाषा होगी। जब कोई आदमी भाषा बोलता है तो साथ में उसके संस्कार भी बोलते हैं। यही कारण है कि भाषा शिक्षक का दायित्व बहुत गुरोत्तर और चुनौतीपूर्ण है। परम्परागत रूप में शिक्षक की भूमिका इन तीन कौशलों­बोलना, पढ़ना और लिखना तक सीमित कर दी गई है। केवल यांत्रिक कौशल किसी जीती जागती भाषा का उदाहरण नहीं हो सकते है। सोचना और महसूस करना दो ऐसे कारक हैं जिनसे भाषा सही आकार पाती है। इसके बिना भाषा गूँगी एवं बहरी है, इनके बिना भाषा संस्कार नहीं बन सकती, इनके बिना भाषा युगों­युगों का लम्बा सफर नहीं तय कर सकती; इनके बिना कोई भाषा किसी देश या समाज की धड़कन नहीं बन सकती। केवल सम्प्रेषण ही भाषा नहीं है। दर्द और मुस्कान के बिना कोई भाषा जीवन्त नहीं हो सकती।

Q. आदमी की भाषा से उसके बारें में क्या पता चलता है? 

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QUESTION: 93

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये तथा पूछे गए प्रश्नों के लिए सही उत्तर वाले विकल्प का चयन कीजिए –

व्यक्ति की पहचान उसकी भाषा से होती है और भाषा संस्कार से बनती है। जिनके जैसे संस्कार होंगे, वैसी ही उसकी भाषा होगी। जब कोई आदमी भाषा बोलता है तो साथ में उसके संस्कार भी बोलते हैं। यही कारण है कि भाषा शिक्षक का दायित्व बहुत गुरोत्तर और चुनौतीपूर्ण है। परम्परागत रूप में शिक्षक की भूमिका इन तीन कौशलों­बोलना, पढ़ना और लिखना तक सीमित कर दी गई है। केवल यांत्रिक कौशल किसी जीती जागती भाषा का उदाहरण नहीं हो सकते है। सोचना और महसूस करना दो ऐसे कारक हैं जिनसे भाषा सही आकार पाती है। इसके बिना भाषा गूँगी एवं बहरी है, इनके बिना भाषा संस्कार नहीं बन सकती, इनके बिना भाषा युगों­युगों का लम्बा सफर नहीं तय कर सकती; इनके बिना कोई भाषा किसी देश या समाज की धड़कन नहीं बन सकती। केवल सम्प्रेषण ही भाषा नहीं है। दर्द और मुस्कान के बिना कोई भाषा जीवन्त नहीं हो सकती।

Q. भाषा के कौशल कौन­से है? 

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QUESTION: 94

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये तथा पूछे गए प्रश्नों के लिए सही उत्तर वाले विकल्प का चयन कीजिए –

व्यक्ति की पहचान उसकी भाषा से होती है और भाषा संस्कार से बनती है। जिनके जैसे संस्कार होंगे, वैसी ही उसकी भाषा होगी। जब कोई आदमी भाषा बोलता है तो साथ में उसके संस्कार भी बोलते हैं। यही कारण है कि भाषा शिक्षक का दायित्व बहुत गुरोत्तर और चुनौतीपूर्ण है। परम्परागत रूप में शिक्षक की भूमिका इन तीन कौशलों­बोलना, पढ़ना और लिखना तक सीमित कर दी गई है। केवल यांत्रिक कौशल किसी जीती जागती भाषा का उदाहरण नहीं हो सकते है। सोचना और महसूस करना दो ऐसे कारक हैं जिनसे भाषा सही आकार पाती है। इसके बिना भाषा गूँगी एवं बहरी है, इनके बिना भाषा संस्कार नहीं बन सकती, इनके बिना भाषा युगों­युगों का लम्बा सफर नहीं तय कर सकती; इनके बिना कोई भाषा किसी देश या समाज की धड़कन नहीं बन सकती। केवल सम्प्रेषण ही भाषा नहीं है। दर्द और मुस्कान के बिना कोई भाषा जीवन्त नहीं हो सकती। Q. भाषा कब सही आकार पाती है? 

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QUESTION: 95

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये तथा पूछे गए प्रश्नों के लिए सही उत्तर वाले विकल्प का चयन कीजिए – 

व्यक्ति की पहचान उसकी भाषा से होती है और भाषा संस्कार से बनती है। जिनके जैसे संस्कार होंगे, वैसी ही उसकी भाषा होगी। जब कोई आदमी भाषा बोलता है तो साथ में उसके संस्कार भी बोलते हैं। यही कारण है कि भाषा शिक्षक का दायित्व बहुत गुरोत्तर और चुनौतीपूर्ण है। परम्परागत रूप में शिक्षक की भूमिका इन तीन कौशलों­बोलना, पढ़ना और लिखना तक सीमित कर दी गई है। केवल यांत्रिक कौशल किसी जीती जागती भाषा का उदाहरण नहीं हो सकते है। सोचना और महसूस करना दो ऐसे कारक हैं जिनसे भाषा सही आकार पाती है। इसके बिना भाषा गूँगी एवं बहरी है, इनके बिना भाषा संस्कार नहीं बन सकती, इनके बिना भाषा युगों­युगों का लम्बा सफर नहीं तय कर सकती; इनके बिना कोई भाषा किसी देश या समाज की धड़कन नहीं बन सकती। केवल सम्प्रेषण ही भाषा नहीं है। दर्द और मुस्कान के बिना कोई भाषा जीवन्त नहीं हो सकती।

Q. कोई भाषा किसके बिना जीवंत नहीं हो सकती? 

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QUESTION: 96

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश पर आधारित बहुवैकल्पिक उत्तरों में से सहीविकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की अपनी सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है, जिसके बल पर वह उन्नति के पथ पर अग्रसर होता है। मानव युग­युग से अपने जीवन को अधिक सुखमय, शांतिमय एवं आनंदपूर्ण बनाने का प्रयास करता रहा। इस प्रयास का आधार वह सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है जो प्रत्येक मानव को विरासत के रूप में मिलती है और इस प्रयास के फलस्वरूप मानव अपना विकास करता है। यह विकास क्रम सांस्कृतिक आधार के बिना संभव नहीं होता। कुछ लोग सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति को एक ही अर्थ में लेते हैं। यह उनकी भूल है। यू तो संस्कृति और सभ्यता में घनिष्ठ संबंध है; किंतु संस्कृति मानव जीवन को श्रेष्ठ एवं उन्नत बनाने की साधनाओं का नाम है और सभ्यता उन साधनाओं के फलस्वरूप उपलब्ध हुई जीवन प्रणाली का नाम है। सभ्यता के अंतर में बहने वाली विचारधारा को जिसमें युग­युग के विकास का क्रम अंकित है, हम संस्कृति के आधार पर कर सकते हैं। प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की संस्कृति वहाँ की भौगोलिक परिस्थितियों पर निर्भर है। प्रकृति का मानव जीवन को प्रभावित करने में बड़ा महत्वपूर्ण हाथ रहता है।

Q. मानव सदा किस प्रयास में लगा रहता है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश पर आधारित बहुवैकल्पिक उत्तरों में से सहीविकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की अपनी सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है, जिसके बल पर वह उन्नति के पथ पर अग्रसर होता है। मानव युग­युग से अपने जीवन को अधिक सुखमय, शांतिमय एवं आनंदपूर्ण बनाने का प्रयास करता रहा। इस प्रयास का आधार वह सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है जो प्रत्येक मानव को विरासत के रूप में मिलती है और इस प्रयास के फलस्वरूप मानव अपना विकास करता है। यह विकास क्रम सांस्कृतिक आधार के बिना संभव नहीं होता। कुछ लोग सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति को एक ही अर्थ में लेते हैं। यह उनकी भूल है। यू तो संस्कृति और सभ्यता में घनिष्ठ संबंध है; किंतु संस्कृति मानव जीवन को श्रेष्ठ एवं उन्नत बनाने की साधनाओं का नाम है और सभ्यता उन साधनाओं के फलस्वरूप उपलब्ध हुई जीवन प्रणाली का नाम है। सभ्यता के अंतर में बहने वाली विचारधारा को जिसमें युग­युग के विकास का क्रम अंकित है, हम संस्कृति के आधार पर कर सकते हैं। प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की संस्कृति वहाँ की भौगोलिक परिस्थितियों पर निर्भर है। प्रकृति का मानव जीवन को प्रभावित करने में बड़ा महत्वपूर्ण हाथ रहता है।

Q. मानव अपना विकास किस प्रकार करता है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश पर आधारित बहुवैकल्पिक उत्तरों में से सहीविकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की अपनी सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है, जिसके बल पर वह उन्नति के पथ पर अग्रसर होता है। मानव युग­युग से अपने जीवन को अधिक सुखमय, शांतिमय एवं आनंदपूर्ण बनाने का प्रयास करता रहा। इस प्रयास का आधार वह सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है जो प्रत्येक मानव को विरासत के रूप में मिलती है और इस प्रयास के फलस्वरूप मानव अपना विकास करता है। यह विकास क्रम सांस्कृतिक आधार के बिना संभव नहीं होता। कुछ लोग सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति को एक ही अर्थ में लेते हैं। यह उनकी भूल है। यू तो संस्कृति और सभ्यता में घनिष्ठ संबंध है; किंतु संस्कृति मानव जीवन को श्रेष्ठ एवं उन्नत बनाने की साधनाओं का नाम है और सभ्यता उन साधनाओं के फलस्वरूप उपलब्ध हुई जीवन प्रणाली का नाम है। सभ्यता के अंतर में बहने वाली विचारधारा को जिसमें युग­युग के विकास का क्रम अंकित है, हम संस्कृति के आधार पर कर सकते हैं। प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की संस्कृति वहाँ की भौगोलिक परिस्थितियों पर निर्भर है। प्रकृति का मानव जीवन को प्रभावित करने में बड़ा महत्वपूर्ण हाथ रहता है।

Q. किसी राष्ट्र की सभ्यता का मूल्यांकन किस प्रकार किया जाता है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश पर आधारित बहुवैकल्पिक उत्तरों में से सहीविकल्प का चयन कीजिए- 

प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की अपनी सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है, जिसके बल पर वह उन्नति के पथ पर अग्रसर होता है। मानव युग­युग से अपने जीवन को अधिक सुखमय, शांतिमय एवं आनंदपूर्ण बनाने का प्रयास करता रहा। इस प्रयास का आधार वह सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है जो प्रत्येक मानव को विरासत के रूप में मिलती है और इस प्रयास के फलस्वरूप मानव अपना विकास करता है। यह विकास क्रम सांस्कृतिक आधार के बिना संभव नहीं होता। कुछ लोग सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति को एक ही अर्थ में लेते हैं। यह उनकी भूल है। यू तो संस्कृति और सभ्यता में घनिष्ठ संबंध है; किंतु संस्कृति मानव जीवन को श्रेष्ठ एवं उन्नत बनाने की साधनाओं का नाम है और सभ्यता उन साधनाओं के फलस्वरूप उपलब्ध हुई जीवन प्रणाली का नाम है। सभ्यता के अंतर में बहने वाली विचारधारा को जिसमें युग­युग के विकास का क्रम अंकित है, हम संस्कृति के आधार पर कर सकते हैं। प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की संस्कृति वहाँ की भौगोलिक परिस्थितियों पर निर्भर है। प्रकृति का मानव जीवन को प्रभावित करने में बड़ा महत्वपूर्ण हाथ रहता है।

Q. संस्कृति किसे कहते है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

निम्नलिखित गद्यांश पर आधारित बहुवैकल्पिक उत्तरों में से सहीविकल्प का चयन कीजिए-

प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की अपनी सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है, जिसके बल पर वह उन्नति के पथ पर अग्रसर होता है। मानव युग­युग से अपने जीवन को अधिक सुखमय, शांतिमय एवं आनंदपूर्ण बनाने का प्रयास करता रहा। इस प्रयास का आधार वह सांस्कृतिक धरोहर होती है जो प्रत्येक मानव को विरासत के रूप में मिलती है और इस प्रयास के फलस्वरूप मानव अपना विकास करता है। यह विकास क्रम सांस्कृतिक आधार के बिना संभव नहीं होता। कुछ लोग सभ्यता एवं संस्कृति को एक ही अर्थ में लेते हैं। यह उनकी भूल है। यू तो संस्कृति और सभ्यता में घनिष्ठ संबंध है; किंतु संस्कृति मानव जीवन को श्रेष्ठ एवं उन्नत बनाने की साधनाओं का नाम है और सभ्यता उन साधनाओं के फलस्वरूप उपलब्ध हुई जीवन प्रणाली का नाम है। सभ्यता के अंतर में बहने वाली विचारधारा को जिसमें युग­युग के विकास का क्रम अंकित है, हम संस्कृति के आधार पर कर सकते हैं। प्रत्येक राष्ट्र की संस्कृति वहाँ की भौगोलिक परिस्थितियों पर निर्भर है। प्रकृति का मानव जीवन को प्रभावित करने में बड़ा महत्वपूर्ण हाथ रहता है।

Q. ‘आनंदपूर्ण’ में समास विग्रह कीजिए एवं समास का नाम भी बताइए। 

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये एवं पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिएः- 

ओ नभ में मंडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
मन के होठों पर रस की बिसरी पहचान जगा। 
पुरवा की लहरों में सुख की आतुरता उमगा। 
सुख सुमनों की हरियाली का आभास दिखा। 
खींच क्षितिज पर शीतलता की कज्जल धूमशिखा। 
आज वर्ष की पहली वर्षा का पहला झोंका। 
इतने दिन धरती ने प्रखर पिपासा को रोका। 
ओ नभ में मँडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
कब से जल बूँदों को विह्वल शैल निहार रहे, 
कब से आतप दग्ध वनों के प्राण पुकार रहे 
मन जलता है, जैसे तृष्णा का क्षण जलता है, 
सूखे मूल कगारों का वीरान मचलता है। 
आज मधूर स्वप्नों में पावस का आकाश भरा। 
गीतों की गूंजो से मर्मर का उल्लास हरा। 
ओ मादक उन्मादक बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 

Q. कवि बादलों से बरसने के लिए क्यों कह रहा है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये एवं पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिएः-

ओ नभ में मंडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
मन के होठों पर रस की बिसरी पहचान जगा। 
पुरवा की लहरों में सुख की आतुरता उमगा। 
सुख सुमनों की हरियाली का आभास दिखा। 
खींच क्षितिज पर शीतलता की कज्जल धूमशिखा। 
आज वर्ष की पहली वर्षा का पहला झोंका। 
इतने दिन धरती ने प्रखर पिपासा को रोका। 
ओ नभ में मँडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
कब से जल बूँदों को विह्वल शैल निहार रहे, 
कब से आतप दग्ध वनों के प्राण पुकार रहे 
मन जलता है, जैसे तृष्णा का क्षण जलता है, 
सूखे मूल कगारों का वीरान मचलता है। 
आज मधूर स्वप्नों में पावस का आकाश भरा। 
गीतों की गूंजो से मर्मर का उल्लास हरा। 
ओ मादक उन्मादक बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 

Q. बिन बारिश के धरती की कैसी स्थिति हो गई है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये एवं पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिएः- 

ओ नभ में मंडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
मन के होठों पर रस की बिसरी पहचान जगा। 
पुरवा की लहरों में सुख की आतुरता उमगा। 
सुख सुमनों की हरियाली का आभास दिखा। 
खींच क्षितिज पर शीतलता की कज्जल धूमशिखा। 
आज वर्ष की पहली वर्षा का पहला झोंका। 
इतने दिन धरती ने प्रखर पिपासा को रोका। 
ओ नभ में मँडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
कब से जल बूँदों को विह्वल शैल निहार रहे, 
कब से आतप दग्ध वनों के प्राण पुकार रहे 
मन जलता है, जैसे तृष्णा का क्षण जलता है, 
सूखे मूल कगारों का वीरान मचलता है। 
आज मधूर स्वप्नों में पावस का आकाश भरा। 
गीतों की गूंजो से मर्मर का उल्लास हरा। 
ओ मादक उन्मादक बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 

Q. पर्वत जल की बूँदों के लिए किस प्रकार निहार रहे हैं?

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये एवं पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिएः-

ओ नभ में मंडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
मन के होठों पर रस की बिसरी पहचान जगा। 
पुरवा की लहरों में सुख की आतुरता उमगा। 
सुख सुमनों की हरियाली का आभास दिखा। 
खींच क्षितिज पर शीतलता की कज्जल धूमशिखा। 
आज वर्ष की पहली वर्षा का पहला झोंका। 
इतने दिन धरती ने प्रखर पिपासा को रोका। 
ओ नभ में मँडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
कब से जल बूँदों को विह्वल शैल निहार रहे, 
कब से आतप दग्ध वनों के प्राण पुकार रहे 
मन जलता है, जैसे तृष्णा का क्षण जलता है, 
सूखे मूल कगारों का वीरान मचलता है। 
आज मधूर स्वप्नों में पावस का आकाश भरा। 
गीतों की गूंजो से मर्मर का उल्लास हरा। 
ओ मादक उन्मादक बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 

Q. वनों के प्राण किसके दग्ध है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

निम्नलिखित पद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़िये एवं पूछे गए प्रश्नों के सही विकल्प का चयन कीजिएः- 

ओ नभ में मंडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
मन के होठों पर रस की बिसरी पहचान जगा। 
पुरवा की लहरों में सुख की आतुरता उमगा। 
सुख सुमनों की हरियाली का आभास दिखा। 
खींच क्षितिज पर शीतलता की कज्जल धूमशिखा। 
आज वर्ष की पहली वर्षा का पहला झोंका। 
इतने दिन धरती ने प्रखर पिपासा को रोका। 
ओ नभ में मँडराते बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 
कब से जल बूँदों को विह्वल शैल निहार रहे, 
कब से आतप दग्ध वनों के प्राण पुकार रहे 
मन जलता है, जैसे तृष्णा का क्षण जलता है, 
सूखे मूल कगारों का वीरान मचलता है। 
आज मधूर स्वप्नों में पावस का आकाश भरा। 
गीतों की गूंजो से मर्मर का उल्लास हरा। 
ओ मादक उन्मादक बादल बे­बरसे मत जा। 

Q. बादल बरसेंगे तो क्या होगा? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

ब्रज तथा अवधी है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

मौन वाचन के कितने भेद है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

शिक्षा उद्देश्यों का वर्गीकरण निम्न रूपों में किया गया? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

प्राइमरी स्तर पर छात्रों को मातृभाषा में पढ़ाना बेहतर होता है क्योंकि इससे 

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

लेखन गति सुधारने के लिए आप कैसा गृह­कार्य देना चाहेंगे? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 111

बालक के व्यवहार के भावात्मक पक्ष को प्रबल बनाया जा सकता है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

क्रियात्मक पक्ष से सम्बंधित अन्तिम उद्देश्य है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 113

निम्न में से कौन­सा पद भावात्मक अनुक्षेत्र के उद्देश्यों से सम्बंधित नहीं है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 114

किण्डरगार्डन पद्धति का विकास किसने किया

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

किस विधि में पाँच पद है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

‘चित्र दर्शक यंत्र’ किस प्रकार की सहायक सामग्री है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

निम्नलिखित में से किसका विकास करने के लिए श्रव्य सहायक सामग्री का उपयोग किया जाता है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

‘मूल्यांकन’ उद्देश्यों के किस पक्ष से सम्बंधित है 

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

अभ्यास सहायक है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

निम्न में से कौन­सी पाठ्य सहगामी क्रिया छात्रों की तर्क शक्ति के विकास में सहायक है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q.The twilight years are when one is ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q. The elderly do not feel ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q. What the elderly do not lack ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q. Only ________ can keep the old united with the family. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q. Which of the following is false?

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

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

My heart grieved when I read the other day a news item that more than two-thirds of the elderly are being ignored in their twilight years. They are isolated by their own children and are experiencing loneliness in their present lives. Most of them say they are not being respected or given good treatment by their family or society, and they are being discriminated against in their old age. Majority of the elderly attributed their loneliness to no or little interaction with family members. With fast changing socio-economic scenarios, growing nuclear families and changing value systems, the needs of the elderly have also changed. The most common problems that the elderly face are – marginalization, lack of love and affection from their loved ones, little or no access to medicines and healthcare, finding it difficult to secure their life and property. They have no work opportunities as a result of which they face financial problems. They suffer from restricted mobility and have psychological problems on account of loneliness. To improve the situation for the elderly, the Government of India may consider enacting a law like many other countries have, to make it compulsory for children to maintain and look after their parents and also establish the National Commission for Elderly Persons. At the same time, the fact remains that the real compulsion has to come out of the bonds of affection between parents and children. We would not be wrong in saying that in India the joint-family system has made a powerful contribution in cementing the bonds of affection between the old and the young.

Q. Which word in the passage means the same as ‘saddened’? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. What is ironic about our pride in our scientists?

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. What happens to our best scientists?

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. After independence how has the situation changed in India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. Our scientists have proved to be excellent even if ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. The writer wants our scientists to ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. Which one of the following is true?

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. The writer makes an appeal to ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. The phrase, ‘at an explosive rate’ means ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

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

The nation is proud of its scientists and scholars, though, of course, many of them would reply that they doubt whether the nation cares for them at all. When asked why many of our best and brightest have gone abroad to make a living, they opine that this is because as a nation we have not cared for the talented and meritorious. There is some truth in what they say. However, by and large, compared to the situation before independence, government assistance has provided a tremendous opportunity for higher education. If today Indian scientists, technologists and scholars in different fields are respected worldwide, it is because of the education system we have built up. Our excellence is evident within the confines of the limited opportunities which are available for research and development in the universities and the national R&D laboratories. We believe and appeal that scientists, researchers and scholars should shed their pessimism. There are many reasons for it. We know the problems they face, especially the younger ones, and also those who are not in positions of power in these institutions, the so-called middle levels and the lower levels. We appeal to these people to think big, because they are the only ones who understand the forces of technological modernization and the new energies that can be unleashed through technologies. They also have the capability to absorb the knowledge base which is growing at an explosive rate.

Q. The word opposite in meaning to ‘unleashed’ is ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

Q. Scanning is a reading activity which helps the learners to ________ from/of the text. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Constructivist approach to language learning promotes ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. A phoneme is a ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. For process writing, which one of the following points should be followed? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. ________ is a prerequisite to learning a language.

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. According to which one of the following linguists, language cannot be sub standard; it may be non standard? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Which one of the following is not a language component? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. In order to improve the learner’ pronunciation, a teacher first needs to ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 144

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Problems of spelling errors of the students can be easily solved through ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 145

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Cognitive Code Approach focuses more on ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 146

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. A good listener can ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 147

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. ________ is the father of modern linguistics.

Solution:
QUESTION: 148

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. In order to have language proficiency, which one is not essentially required? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 149

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Intensive reading stands for ________. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 150

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

Q. Decoding stands for ________. 

Solution: