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  • I 12U/95/19 I 14B17 Set No.-I Question Booklet No ...................................... .

    (To be filled up by the candidate by blue/black ball-point pen)

    Roll No. ,L-_--'--_...1-.-_...l....-_.l....-...._L....-.----'_---'--_---' Roll No.

    (Write the digits in words) .............................................................................................................. .

    Serial No. of Answer Sheet ..................................... .

    Day and Date ............................ .. (Signature of Invigilator)

    INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES (Use only bluelblack ball-point pen in the space above and on both sides of the Answer Sheet)

    1. Within 10 minutes of the issue of the Question Booklet, check the Question Booklet to ensure that it contains all the pages in correct sequence and that no page/question is missing. In case of faulty Question Booklet bring it to the notice of the Superintendent/Invigilators immediately to obtain a fresh Question Booklet.

    2. Do not bring any loose paper, written or blank, inside the Examination Hall except the Admit Card without its envelope.

    3. A. separate Answer Sheet is given. It should not be folded or mutilated. A second Answer Sheet shall not be provided. Only the Answer Sheet will be evaluated.

    4. Write your Roll Number and Serial Number of the Answer Sheet by pen in the space provided above.

    5. On the front page of the Answer Sheet, write by pen your Roll Number in the space provided at the top, and by darkening the circles at the bottom. Also, wherever applicable, write the Question Booklet Number and the Set Number in appropriate places.

    6. No overwriting is allowed in the entries of Roll No., Question Booklet No. and Set No. (if any) on OMR sheet and Roll No. and OMR sheet No. on the Question Booklet.

    7. Any changes in the aforesaid entries is to be verified by the invigilator, otherwise it will be taken as unfairmeans.

    8. Each question in this Booklet is followed by four alternative answers. For each question, you are to record the correct option on the Answer Sheet by darkening the appropriate circle in the corresponding row of the Answer Sheet, by pen as mentioned in the guidelines given on the first page of the Answer Sheet.

    9. For each question, darken only one circle on the Answer Sheet. If you darken more than one circle or darken a circle partially, the answer will be treated as incorrect.

    10. Note that the answer once filled in ink cannot be changed. If you do not wish to attempt a question, leave all the circles in the corresponding row blank (such question will be awarded zero marks).

    11. For rough work, use the inner back page of the title cover and the blank page at the end of this Booklet.

    12. Deposit only the OMR Answer Sheet at the end of the Test. 13. You are not permitted to leave the Examination Hall until the end of the Test. 14. If a candidate attempts to use any form of unfair means, he/she shall be liable to such

    punishment as the University may determine and impose on him/her.

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    No. of Questions~ qft ~ : 100

    No. of Pages for Questions~ ~ ~ qft ~ : 27

    Time : 2 t Hours] ~: 21 FTut]

    [ Full Marks: 300

    [ v.vrfcP : 300

    Note: (i) This question booklet contains 100 (hundred) questions in all

    (30 in Section - A and 70 in Section - B). Attempt as many questions as

    you can. Each question carries 3 (three) marks. One mark will be deducted for

    each incorrect answer. Zero mark will be awarded for each unattempted

    question.

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  • 12U/95/19(Set-l)

    SECTION-A

    1. A student fails in his examination. The most inappropriate answer will be :

    (1) It is because of his inherited biological potential for learning

    (2) It is because of his caste

    (3) It is because of his family background and lack of training

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    2. Which one is the most essential for learning?

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    3. A disabled child's chances for success in school will be maximized when:

    (1) He/She is given a high concentration in the subjects

    (2) He/She is provided with vocational training earlier than other children

    (3) He/She is treated like any other child

    (4) His/Her intellectual potential is discovered and his/her educational deficiencies are overcome

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    4. A student of fifth class takes the possessions of pupil who sit near her. The teacher's best initial step is to:

    (1) isolate the child in a corner of the room

    (2) make a note of this behaviour in the child's diary

    (3) ignore the behaviour, as it will eventually disappear

    (4) arrange a parent conference to try to determine causation

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    6. Of the following, the most appropriate step for a teacher to improve class discipline is to :

    (1) implement punishment

    (2) evaluate and improve his/her teaching material, methods, approaches

    (3) call principal

    (4) call a teacher-parent meeting to discuss the situation

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    8. A student comes late in your class. Then you will :

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    (3) try to know the reason (4) not pay attention

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    9. A teacher's serious defect is he/she:

    (1) is physically handicapped

    (2) belongs to low so do-economic status

    (3) has weak personality

    (4) has immature mental development

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    10. A New Year fair is being organized in your school. What would you like to do ?

    (1) only to visit the fair (2) to take part in function

    (3) to take a shop to sell something (4) to distribute free water to visitors

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  • 12U/95/19{Set-l)

    12. Abyssinia: Ethiopia: : Congo:

    (1) Thailand

    (3) Namibia

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    16. One morning Udai and Vishal were talking to each other face to face at a crossing. If Vishal's shadow was exactly to the left of Udai, which direction was Udai facing?

    (1) East (2) West (3) North (4) South

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    18. If total age of a father and his son is 40 years and difference between their age is of 20 years whereas the age of son is double than that of the daughter, what is the age of daughter?

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  • 12U/95/19(Set-l)

    21. The objective of Academic Staff Colleges is :

    (1) To impart teaching

    (2) To keep abreast of the latest developments in their specific subjects to newly appointed lecturers

    (3) To improve college administration

    (4) To frame curriculum for Universities

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  • 12U/9S/19(Set-l)

    24. Who constituted the National Knowledge Commission ?

    (1) Dr. Manmohan Singh (2) Mr. Arjun Singh

    (3) Prof. Amitabh Mattoo . (4) Dr. Pratap Bhanu Mehta

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    25. International Association of Universities IAU is based in :

    (1) Washington (2) Chicago

    (3) Paris (4) London

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    28. Which of the following University is celebrating its founder