PRIMARY TEACHERS RECRUITMENT QUESTION 1-5 PART 1

1. Praising every time the student answers questions correctly is a kind of
(1) internal motivation
(2) no motivation
(3) external motivation
(4) interference

2. Providing access to education at the grass root level is the responsibility of
(1) Local MLAs
(2) Zilla panchayat president
(3) Cluster resource person
(4) SDMC members

3. Learning is most effective when an individual is
(1) ready to read
(2) ready to say
(3) ready to write
(4) ready to learn

4. The purpose of 'Prathibha Karanji' is
(1) preparing children for competitions
(2) to create mutual co-operation among the schools
(3) providing scope to expression of latent talents of the children
(4) to entertain children

5. Permanent teeth children get by 17 years are
(1) 16
(2) 24
(3) 28
(4) 32

6. For Right to Education the centre & the States have agreed to share the financial burden in thr ratio of
(1) 55:45
(2) 45:55
(3) 25:75
(4) 75:25


7. Institutions of national importance and Central Universities under entry 62 and 63 respectively are listed under
(1) Sate list
(2) Concurrent list
(3) Union list
(4) Federal list

8. In Constitution of India, Fundamental Rights are contained in
(1) Part Five
(2) Part Seven
(3) Part Four
(4) Part Three

8. Children think of concealed things as permanently gone during
(1) 0-2 years
(2) 7-11 years
(3) 2-7 years
(4) 11-1 years

9. Adolescence is derived from the latin word ‘adolescere’ which means
(1) to live up
(2) to behave
(3) to catch up
(4) to grow up

10. Readiness to learn means when one wants
(1) ambitious but not able
(2) a skill and knowledge to complete
(3) to give up task on hand
(4) change over to a difficult task

11. Teachers motivate learners by capturing their attention to learning a topic by
(1) preventing other attractions
(2) helping to memorise
(3) forcing discipline
(4) interesting visuals

12. To take learing in the desired direction, teaching requires management of
(1) blackboard presentation
(2) continqencies of reinforcement
(3) student self- decipline
(4) stuent own library work

13. Educational psychology is a systematic effort to understand the
(1) teacher preference
(2) student likes
(3) new information
(4) learning process

14. Due to fluctuations in basal metobolism, young adolescents require place in school for
(1) physical movement and rest
(2) confiding and gossiping
(3) escaping from boredom
(4) enjoying freedom

15. in buberty phase, most important physiological hange is
(1) in breast size and shape
(2) increase in height
(3) development of reporduction system
(4) quality of voice

16. Teaching developing behaviour. In classroom practive it is careful handling of behaviour by
(1) appreciation
(2) reinforcement
(3) patience
(4) enforcement

17. in boys during puberty, a typical secondary sex characteristic that sets in is the
(1) appearance of facial hairs
(2) change breast size
(3) softened voice
(4) skin gloss

18. Young adolescents tend to have
(1) low appetite and eat less
(2) liking for dry food
(3) self-control over eating
(4) high appetite and peculiar tastes

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