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Exam Board: Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board
Exam Name: Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)
Exam Date: 02 February 2016
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UP TET Primary Answer Key 02 February 2016:

Part-I: Child Psychology

  1. Thematic Apperception Test (T.A.T) was developed by
    (a) Symond
    (b) Holtzman
    (c) Murray
    (d) Bellak
  2. The greatest contribution of psychology to education is
    (a) Subject-oriented education
    (b) Teacher centred education
    (c) Activity based education
    (d) Child-centred education
  3. Which of the following is not related to principles of growth and development?
    (a) Principle of continuity
    (b) Principle of classification
    (c) Principle of integration
    (d) Principle of individuality
  4. In class teaching the step of introducing a lesson is based on which law of learning?
    (a) Law of effect
    (b)  Law of analogy
    (c) Law of readiness
    (d) Law of association
  5. The first step of concept formation is
    (a) Generalisation
    (b) Abstraction
    (c) Perception
    (d) Differentiation
  6. Concept of observational learning was given by _____
    (a) Tolman
    (b) Bandura
    (c) Thorndike
    (d) Kohler
  7. In learning, law of effect was given by ____
    (a) Pavlov
    (b) Skinner
    (c) Watson
    (d) Thorndike
  8. Which of the following method is not used to measure memory?
    (a) Recall method
    (b) Reasoning method
    (c) Recognition method
    (d) Re-learning method
  9. Scope of Child Psychology is
    (a) study the characteristics of Infancy stage only.
    (b) study the characteristics of conception period only
    (c) study the characteristics of childhood only
    (d) study the characteristics from conception to adolescence
  10. The situation usually caused by a failure of mother’s twenty-first chromosome pair to separate is known as
    (a) Down’s syndrome
    (b) Klinefelter’s syndrome
    (c) Turner’s syndrome
    (d) Wilson’s syndrome
  11. According to Kohlberg. at which level, morality is externally controlled?
    (a) Pre-conventional level
    (b) Conventional level
    (c) Post-conventional level
    (d) None of the above
  12. Which one of the following is correct development sequence?
    (a) Ovum-sperm, blastocyst, zygote
    (b) Blastocyst, ovum-sperm, zygote
    (c) Blastocyst, zygote, ovum-sperm
    (d) Ovum-sperm, zygote, blastocyst
  13. Introvert, extrovert and ambivert kinds of personality is classified by
    (a) Kretacher
    (b) Jung
    (c) Shaldon
    (d0 Sprenger
  14. Example, observation, analysis classification and generalization are the steps of which method of the following?
    (a) Deductive method
    (b)  Inductive method
    (c) Introspection method
    (d) Extrospection method
  15. The internal or subjective determinants of attention are
    (a) Interest, air, attitude
    (b) Stimulus, objects, device
    (c) Light, sound, smell
    (d) Reward, punishment, incentive
  16. Behaviorist _____ has said, “Give me the newborn infant. I can make him doctor, advocate, thief or whatever I wish.”
    (a) Freeman
    (b) Newman
    (c) Watson
    (d) Holzinger
  17. _____ plays important role in drawing attention.
    (a) Intensity of stimulus
    (b) Utility of stimulus
    (c) Reliability of stimulus
    (d) Activity of stimulus]
  18. “_____ is the art of stimulating interest in the pupil.”
    (a) Teaching
    (b) Sympathy
    (c) Impartial view
    (d) Motivation
  19. According to Freud –
    (a) “Forgetting is failing to retain or to be able to recal what has been acquired.”
    (b) “Forgetting means failure at any time to recall an experience, when attempting to do so or to perform an action previously learned.”
    (c) “Forgetting is a tendency to ward off from memory that which is unpleasant.”
    (d) None from the above
  20. S-O-R is proposed by
    (a) Watson
    (b) Kofka
    (c) Kohler
    (d) Gestalt Psyhologists
  21. The scale which has all the properties of an interval scale and in addition has an absolute zero.
    (a) Nominal Scale
    (b) Ordinal Scale
    (c) Interval Scale
    (d) Ratio Scale
  22. According to Freud, our values are internalized within the ___
    (a) id
    (b) ego
    (c) superego
    (d) situations
  23. Modification of behaviour through experence is called
    (a) Memory
    (b) Learning
    (c) Motivation
    (d) Thinking
  24. In statistics the bar graph of a frequency distribution is called
    (a) Histogram
    (b) Frequency Polygon
    (c) Cumulative Frequency
    (d) Graph
  25. At which stage of development, maximum development of intelligence takes place?
    (a) Childhood
    (b) Infancy
    (c) Adolescence
    (d) Adulthood
  26. Maximum behaviour of the child is based upon
    (a) Instinct
    (b) Morality
    (c) Reality
    (d) Attention
  27. In theory of learning by insight Kohler did his experiment on
    (a) Dog
    (b) Chimpanzees
    (c) Cat
    (d) Rats
  28. It is not essential that children with high intelligence quotient will be higher in _____
    (a) creativity
    (b) studies
    (c) analysing
    (d) getting good marks
  29. Internal condition attracting attention is
    (a) Duration
    (b) Novelty
    (c) Interest
    (d) Size
  30. When acquired knowledge in one situation is used in another situation, is called
    (a) Methods of learning
    (b) Transfer in learning
    (c) Plateau in learning
    (d) Interest in learning

भाग -II: हिन्दी

  1. आदिकाल में पहेलियाँ लिखने वाले कवि थे –
    (a) जगनिक
    (b) खुसरो
    (c) सरहपा
    (d) गोरखनाथ
  2. ‘पेड़ से बन्दर कूदा’, वाक्य में कौन सा कारक है?
    (a) अपादान कारक
    (b) कर्म कारक
    (c) सम्प्रदान कारक
    (d) करण कारक
  3. श्रृंगार रस का स्थायी भाव है –
    (a) हास
    (b) रति
    (c) क्रोध
    (d) उत्साह
  4. निम्नलिखित में तद्भव शब्द है –
    (a) भ्रमर
    (b) अग्नि
    (c) मस्तक
    (d) मछली
  5. ‘चौपाई’ छन्द के प्रत्येक चरण में कितनी मात्राएँ होती हैं ?
    (a) चौबीस
    (b) सोलह
    (c) ग्यारह
    (d) तेरह
  6. ‘तेरी बरछी ने बार छीने है, खलन के |’ पंक्ति में कौन सा अलंकार है ?
    (a) रूपक
    (b) अनुप्रास
    (c) श्लेष
    (d) यमक
  7. ‘अंधेर-नगरी’ के लेखक हैं-
    (a) प्रतापनारायण मिश्र
    (b) हरिकृष्ण प्रेमी
    (c) भारतेंदु हरिश्चंद्र
    (d) रामकुमार वर्मा
  8. ‘सूर्योदय’ शब्द का संधि-विच्छेद है-
    (a) सूर्यो+दय
    (b) सूर्य+उदय
    (c) सूर्य:+उदय
    (d) सूर्ये+उदय
  9. यथाशक्ति में समास है
    (a) अव्ययीभाव
    (b) तत्पुरुष
    (c) दिव्गु
    (d) कर्मधारय
  10. इनमे से कौन सा शब्द तद्भव है?
    (a) मधुप
    (b) भ्रमर
    (c) मधुकर
    (d) भंवरा
  11. ‘मुदरी’ का तत्सम रूप है –
    (a) मुद्री
    (b) मुंदरी
    (c) मुदरिका
    (d) मुद्रिका
  12. निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा निबंध हजारीप्रसाद द्वेदी का नहीं है ?
    (a) अशोक के फूल
    (b) कुटज
    (c) विचार प्रवाह
    (d) वृत्त का विकास
  13. परनाल रासो किसके द्वारा रचित है?
    (a) नाल्लासिंह
    (b) नरपति नल्लाह
    (c) चन्दबरदाई
    (d) जगनिक
  14. ‘दुल्हिन ग्वाहूँ मंगलाचार हम घर आए रजा राम भरतार |” ये किसकी पंक्तियाँ हैं?
    (a) तुलसीदास
    (b) कबीरदास
    (c) सूरदास
    (d) रैदास
  15. ‘हिन्दी प्रदीप’ पत्रिका का सम्पादन किया है –
    (a) बद्रीनारायण चौधरी प्रेमघन
    (b) बालकृष्ण भट्ट
    (c) प्रतापनारायण मिश्र
    (d) भारतेंदु हरिश्चंद्र
  16. निम्नलिखित में से शुद्ध वर्तनी शब्द है –
    (a) अंतर्राष्ट्रीय
    (b) अन्तरराष्ट्रयी
    (c) अंर्तराष्ट्रीय
    (d) अन्तराष्ट्रीय
  17. ‘आगे कुआं पीछे खाई’ का अर्थ है-
    (a) चारो तरफ जल ही जल होना
    (b) रस्ते का बंद होना
    (c) दोनों ओर मुसीबत
    (d) बीच से निकल भागना
  18. ‘रामचरितमानस’ की भाषा क्या है ?
    (a) अवधी
    (b) ब्रज
    (c) खड़ीबोली
    (d) भोजपुरी
  19. आदिकाल के लिए ‘वीरगाथा काल’ नाम किसने प्रस्तावित किया?
    (a) डॉ. राम कुमार वर्मा
    (b) महापंडित राहुल सांकृत्यानन
    (c) आचार्य रामचंद्र शुक्ल
    (d) आचार्य हजारीप्रसाद द्वेदी
  20. ‘उत्कर्ष’ शब्द का विलोम लिखिए-
    (a) पतन
    (b) अपकर्ष
    (c) अपभ्रष्ट
    (d) विकर्ष
  21. ‘आनंद कादम्बिनी’ के संपादक कौन थे?
    (a) बाबू महादेव सेठ
    (b) चंद्रधर शर्मा ‘गुलेरी’
    (c) बदरीनाथ चौधरी
    (d) अम्बिकाप्रसाद व्यास
  22. ‘मृगावती’ किसकी रचना है ?
    (a) उसमान
    (b) मंझन
    (c) कुतुबन
    (d) जायसी
  23. जो वाणी द्वारा व्यक्त न किया जा सके-
    (a) आत्मसाक्षात्कार
    (b) स्वानुभूति
    (c) अनिर्वचनीय
    (d) रहस्य
  24. ‘आचरण की सभ्यता’ किसका निबंध है ?
    (a) महावीरप्रसाद द्वेदी
    (b) सरदार पूर्ण सिंह
    (c) रामचंद्र शुक्ल
    (d) पद्न्सिंह
  25. ‘भूषण’ किस काल के कवि हैं?
    (a) वीरगाथा काल
    (b) भक्ति काल
    (c) रीति काल
    (d) आदिकाल
  26. ‘उत्साह’ किस रस का स्थायी भाव है?
    (a) करुण
    (b) वीर
    (c) हास्य
    (d) श्रृंगार
  27. ‘कवितावली’ के रचनाकार है –
    (a) सूरदास
    (b) जायसी
    (c) तुलसी दास
    (d) घनानद
  28. विनय पत्रिका की हशा कौन सी है?
    (a) अवधी
    (b) खड़ीबोली
    (c) ब्रज भाषा
    (d) अपभ्रश
  29. ट वर्ग में किस प्रकार के व्यंजन है?
    (a) कंठ्य
    (b) तालव्य
    (c) मूर्धन्य
    (d) दन्त्य
  30. अष्टछाप के कवि नहीं है –
    (a) नाभादास
    (b) कृष्णदास
    (c) परमानन्द दास
    (d) नन्द दास

Part-III: Language-2 Engish

  1. Which of the following is an ‘Oxymoron’?
    (a) Bright light
    (b) Cluster beans
    (c) deafening silence
    (d) Misty eyed
  2. Give one-word substitution for the following:
    One hundred years
    (a) decade
    (b) century
    (c) score
    (d) annual
  3. Fill in the blanks with the correct articles:
    ___Taj Mahal is ____ monument symbolizing love.
    (a) The, a
    (b) A, an
    (c) The, an
    (d) A, the
  4. Fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions.
    I tried __ relieve them ___ their poverty.
    (a) to, with
    (b) to, of
    (c) by, from
    (d) into, with
  5. Choose the correct phrase to complete the proverb:
    God helps those who ____.
    (a) pray to him
    (b) help themselves
    (c) turn to him
    (d) worship him
  6. Fill in the blank with correct preposition:
    When she parted ____ her parents, her eyes were full of tears.
    (a) off
    (b) with
    (c) from
    (d) to
  7. Fill in the blank with past perfect tense:
    The train _____ the platform before I reached the station.
    (a) left
    (b) has left
    (c) have left
    (d) had left
  8. Identify the odd word from the following:
    (a) joy
    (b) sorrow
    (c) happiness
    (d) bliss
  9. The girl child ‘Lucy’ is in poems written by
    (a) John keats
    (b) William Wordsworth
    (c) William Shakespeare
    (d) P.B. Shelley
  10. Choose the incorrect part of the sentence:
    The man/standing next to/the pillar is/ my older brother.
    (a) The man
    (b) standing next to
    (c) the pillar is
    (d) my older brother
  11. Fill in the blank with the correct idiom:
    I___ of Rama at the theatre but she did not see me.
    (a) held a glimpse
    (b) threw a glimpse
    (c) wanted a glimpse
    (d) caught a glimpse
  12. Fill in the blank with the appropriate modal:
    The villagers ___ read and write their mother tongue.
    (a) may
    (b) can
    (c) should with
  13. Choose the correct form of the verb to fill in the blank.
    We ____ the matter yesterday.
    (a) discussed about
    (b) discussed of
    (c) discussed
    (d) discussed well
  14. Fill in the blank with the correct prepositional phrase.
    The deaf learn to communicate with one another ___ sign language.
    (a) according to
    (b) by means of
    (c) inspite of
    (d) but for
  15. Choose the synonym of the following word:
    (a) to flood
    (b) sink
    (c) batter down
    (d) pass by
  16. Find out the part which has an error in the following sentences:
    They invited Jaya and I /to the function/to be held in the next month.
    (a) They invited jaya and I
    (b) to the function
    (c) to be held in the next month
    (d) No error
  17. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the phrase/idiom:
    (a) The little girl with her flawless performance stole the show.
    (a) Disappeared from the show
    (b) Crept into the show
    (c) Stole something from the show
    (d) Won everybody’s praise
  18. Fill in the blank with the most suitable article:
    We were watching ____ news on BBC last evening.
    (a) a
    (b) the
    (c) an
    (d) None of these
  19. Fill in the blank with the most suitable adverb from those provided:
    It took us __ five hours to reach the airport.
    (a) nearly
    (b) always
    (c) enough
    (d) None of these
  20. Choose the appropriate preposition:
    We have been living here ___ six months.
    (a) ever
    (b) at
    (c) since
    (d) for
  21. Which of the following ‘laugh’?
    (a) Goats
    (b) Hyenas
    (c) Lions
    (d) Deer
  22. Mark the synonym of the given word:
    (a) Bulk
    (b) Federation
    (c) Quality
    (d) Corpse
  23. Choose the best word to complete the sentence:
    He was tired and ill and ___ on the stairs and fell all the way down.
    (a) stumbled
    (b) struck
    (c) stumped
    (d) steered
  24. Choose the correct word to fill in the blank:
    Ten miles __ along way to walk.
    (a) are
    (b) is
    (c) are being
    (d) None of the above
  25. Choose the appropriate synonym of the word written in Bold:
    These can be different ways of solving the same problem.
    (a) routes
    (b) manners
    (c) methods
    (d) path
  26. Write one word for the following group of words:
    Which cannot be read.
    (a) Incorrigible
    (b) Illegible
    (c) Eligible
    (d) Illiterate
  27. Choose the opposite of following word:
    (a) Elaborately
    (b) Generally
    (c) Entirely
    (d) Comprehensively
  28. Phonetic aspect of language deals with
    (a) writing
    (b) reading
    (c) sound, spelling and pronunciation
    (d) understanding
  29. Causes of spelling errors are
    (a) Silent letters
    (b) Poor pronunciation
    (c) One letter different sounds
    (d) All of the above
  30. The substitution table method was adpted by
    (a) Dr. West
    (b) H.E. Palmer
    (c) Prof. D.J. Dodson
    (d) Rober Manger

Part -IV: Mathematics

  1. Which of the following method is based on principles of “watch, listen and learn”?
    (a) Laboratory Method
    (b) Demonstration Method
    (c) Lecture Method
    (d) Research Method
  2. If a student write “five thousand fifty” as ‘550’. It means
    (a) concept of place value is not clear
    (b) does not have knowledge of numbers.
    (c) does not have knowledge of mathematics.
    (d) does not know addition
  3. The are of an equilateral triangle of side 20 cm is
    (a) (100/√3) cm²
    (b) 100 √3 cm²
    (c) 100 √3/2 cm²
    (d) 100 √3/4 cm²
  4. If the circumference of two circles are in the ratio 3:1, then the ratio of their areas will be
    (a) 3:4
    (b) 9:1
    (c) 5:6
    (d) 2:3
  5. The length, breadth and height of a cuboid are in the ratio of 6:5:4, If the total surface are is 5328 cm², then the length, breadth and height of the cuboid will be
    (a) 20 cm, 22 cm, 23 cm
    (b) 38 cm, 25 cm, 23 cm,
    (c) 36 cm, 30 cm, 24 cm
    (d) 22 cm, 23 cm, 21 cm
  6. If (√3-1)/(√3+1)=a+b√3, then the value of a and b is
    (a) 3,5
    (b) 4, -3
    (c) 2, -1
    (d) 7, 3
  7. If selling price is doubled then profit become tripled. Therefore profit percent is
    (a) 66 2/3
    (b) 100
    (c) 105 1/3
    (d) 120
  8. In the adjoining figure, the measure of angle A is
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    (a) 54°
    (b) 36°
    (c0 72°
    (d) 75°
  9. In a circle of radius 10 cm, a chord is at a distance of 6 cm from the centre. The length of chord is
    (a) 16 cm
    (b) 12 cm
    (c) 14 cm
    (d) 20 cm
  10. The heights of 10 girls are measure in cms and the results are as follows:
    143, 148, 135, 150, 128, 139, 149, 146, 151, 132.
    The mean height of girls is
    (a) 141.1 cm
    (b) 142.1 cm
    (c) 143.1 cm
    (d) 140.2 cm
  11. The value of (0.125)²/³ is
    (a) 2.5
    (b) 0.25
    (c) 0.025
    (d) 0.0025
  12. The value of 2.5- (1/(3.25-(2.5/(0.75+0.50)))) is
    (a) 0.50
    (b) 1.70
    (c) 1.25
    (d) 0.80
  13. Least Common Multiple of 2/3 & 3/4 is
    (a) 2
    (b) 3
    (c) 4
    (d) 6
  14. The ratio of age of A and B is 6:5 and sum of their ages is 44 years. After 8 years the ratio of their age will be
    (a) 7:6
    (b) 6:5
    (c) 4:3
    (d) 8:7
  15. If the numerator of a fraction is decreased by 20% and its denominator is increased by 10%, then fraction will be 16/25. The fraction is
    (a) 2/5
    (b) 5/2
    (c) 3/5
    (d) 5/3
  16. Multiplicative inverse of -3/(√3-√2) is
    (a) 3/(√3-√2)
    (b) – (1/3(√3-√2)
    (c) √3+√2/3
    (d) 1
  17. If certain sum is doubled in 8 years on simple interest, in how many years will it be 4 times?
    (a) 24 years
    (b) 16 years
    (c) 32 years
    (d) 12 years
  18. Study the following pattern:
    1 x 1= 1
    11 x11 = 121
    111 x 111 = 12321
    according to this the value of
    11111 x 11111 will be
    (a) 123454321
    (b) 12345421
    (c) 123453421
    (d) 1234321
  19. The nature of mathematics is
    (a) Ornamental
    (b) Logical
    (c) difficult
    (d) not for common
  20. To introduce the concept of fractions, a teacher can begin with:
    (a) Identifying numerators and denominators of different fractions.
    (b) Finding fractions on a number line
    (c) Writing fraction in the form of a/b where b≠0.
    (d) Identifying fractional parts of things around them.
  21. If the perimeter of a square is (4a+8) unit, then its area will be
    (a) a²+4a+4) square unit
    (b) (10a²-a-8) square unit
    (c) (a+2a²+4) square unit
    (d) (4a²+4a-4) square unit
  22. Which of the following is not a measure of cetral tendency?
    (a) Mean
    (b) Median
    (c) Mode
    (d) Range
  23. In and equilateral triangle ABC, if AD⊥BC, then
    (a) 2AB²=3AD²
    (b) 3AB²=4AD²
    (c) 5AB²=6AD²
    (d) 4AB²=5AD²
  24. The supplementary angle of an angle is three times of its complementary angle, then the angle is
    (a) 50°
    (b) 40°
    (c) 45°
    (d) 35°
  25. A rectangular park is 45 m long and 30 m wide. A path 2.5 m wide is constructed outside around the park. The area of the path is
    (a) 200 m²
    (b) 300 m²
    (c) 400 m²
    (d) 375 m²
  26. The ratio between angles of triangle are 2:3:4. The angle of the triangle will be
    (a) 30°, 60°, 90°
    (b) 20°, 40°, 120°
    (c) 40°, 60°, 80°
    (d) 30°, 90°, 60°
  27. The highest common factor and least common multiple of two numbers are 13 and 1989 respectively. If one of the number is 117, then other number is
    (a) 224
    (b) 223
    (c) 221
    (d) 225
  28. The range of data 25, 15, 23, 40, 27, 25, 23 and 42 is
    (a) 37
    (b) 17
    (c) 27
    (d) 27.5
  29. A godown is in the shape of a cuboid of measure 60 m x 40 m x 30 m. How many cuboidal boxed can be stored in this godown, if the volume of one box is 0.8 m³?
    (a) 40,000
    (b) 60,000
    (c) 90,000
    (d) 72,000
  30. If the value of 547.527/0.0082 is x, then the value of 547527/82 will be
    (a) x/10
    (b) 10x
    (c) 100x
    (d) x/100

Part-V: Environmental Education

  1. Chipko Andolan was inspired by
    (a) Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna
    (b) Sunder Lal Bahuguna
    (c) Mother Teresa
    (d) Mahatma Gandhi
  2. Chemical nature of insulin is
    (a) Vitamin
    (b) Protein
    (c) Lipid
    (d) Carbohydrate
  3. In plants, meiosis occurs in
    (a) Root up
    (b) Pollen grain
    (c) Stem tip
    (d) Anther
  4. In biotic community the primary consumers are
    (a) Carnivores
    (b) Omnivores
    (c) Herbivores
    (d) Detritivores
  5. Name the drug most commonly used in fever control
    (a) Brufen
    (b) B-complex
    (c) paracetamol
    (d) Liv-52
  6. Microorganism responsible for curd formation is
    (a) Aspergillus
    (b) Streptococcus
    (c) Retrovirus
    (d) Lactobacillus
  7. Who discovered the blood group in human being?
    (a) Landsteiner
    (b) Jennings
    (c) Pantien and Mast
    (d) Karl Marx
  8. Onion, Potato and Ginger are
    (a) Root
    (b) Stem
    (c) Adventitious root
    (d) Scale leaves
  9. Which is the unicellular microorganism?
    (a) Spirogyra
    (b) Virus
    (c) Paramecium
    (d) Hydra
  10. Of the following which plant product is a substitute of soap?
    (a) Rudraksha
    (b) Reetha
    (c) Tendu
    (d) All of the above
  11. Among the following automobile fuel which one is considered to be eco-friendly?
    (a) Diesel
    (b) Petrol
    (c) LPG
    (d) CNG
  12. In an ecosystem mineral cycling is called as
    (a) Biogeochemical cycle
    (b) Geological cycle
    (c) Chemical cycle
    (d) None of the above
  13. Which of the following plants are dispersed widely?
    (a) Those dispersed as spores
    (b) Those dispersed as seed
    (c) Those dispersed as fruit
    (d) Those dispersed by vegetative propagation
  14. When an organism takes benefit from an associated partner without harming the latter, it is called ___
    (a) Parasite
    (b) Commensal
    (c) Saprophyte
    (d) Symbiont
  15. When peacock eats a snake which eats insects thriving on green plants the peacock is
    (a) Primary consumer
    (b) Final decomposer
    (c) Primary decomposer
    (d) At the apex of food pyramid
  16. Which of the following is an example of Metamorphic rock?
    (a) Sandstone
    (b) Granite
    (c) Marble
    (d) Limestone
  17. Which of the following salts is found in maximum quantity in the oceans?
    (a) Magnesium sulphate
    (b) Calcium sulphate
    (c) Magnesium chloride
    (d) Sodium chloride
  18. Who presides over the meetings of the Rajya Sabha?
    (a) Vice President
    (b) President
    (c) Prime Minister
    (d) Chief Justice of India
  19. Which of the following soils covers the maximum area in India?
    (a) Black soil
    (b) Alluvial soil
    (c) Red soil
    (d) Sandy soil
  20. Such herbivorous animals which are only depend on green plants-
    (a) First level consumers
    (b) Second level consumers
    (c) Third level consumers
    (d) Consumers
  21. Plague is
    (a) Viral disease
    (b) Fungal disease
    (c) bacterial disease
    (d) Mineral disease
  22. Gaseous waste is
    (a) peel of fruits and vegetables
    (b) Dirty water of house drainage
    (c) Waste of farms and stores
    (d) Smoke of burning coal and woods
  23. The correct definition of ecosystem is
    (a) mutually interacting biotic community
    (b) abiotic component of an area
    (c) the area of earth and atmosphere inhabited by life
    (d) a balanced system of biotic community and its environment
  24. Greatest advantage of bipedal movement in the evolution of man is
    (a) supports the body properly
    (b) loss of weight
    (c) forearms becoming free for carrying out order of brain
    (d) greater speed
  25. What is the instrument to record the intensity of Earthquake?
    (a) physiograph
    (b) Seismograph
    (c) Cardiograph
    (d) Barograph
  26. Which planet is the nearest to the Sun?
    (a) Mars
    (b) Jupiter
    (c) Venus
    (d) mercury
  27. ‘Gir’ National Park is situated in
    (a) Rajasthan State
    (b) Gujarat State
    (c) Madhya Pradesh State
    (d) Maharashtra State
  28. The quality of observation method is not-
    (a) it is psychological method.
    (b) it is based on practical experience.
    (c) it is child centered method in which a teacher is only an administrator.
    (d) It is adopted by different surveys.
  29. Merits of problem-solving method in environmental education is
    (a) goal oriented method
    (b) creative method
    (c) selectivity
    (d) all of the above
  30. Limitation of observation method is
    (a) This method is not economical.
    (b) The result are not more legal minute observation.
    (c) The study of internal behaviour of individual is not possible.
    (d) All the above


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