Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (Arts) 2013

By | July 7, 2017
  1. What is the normal range of I.Q.? – 90-110
  1.  If a 16 years old child gets 75 marks in I.Q. Test, his  mental age is – 12
  1. NCERT was established in – 1961
  1. Which organization of UNO is related with the Education? –  UNESCO
  1.  Principal carrier of heredity is – Genes
  1.  How many pairs of chromosomes are present in human fertilized egg? – 23 pairs
  1.  According to Piaget Egocentric is – Child is the centre of world and everything revolves around him.
  1.  To acquire pre-primary education the appropriate age limit is – 2-6 years
  1.  Cognitive development means – Development of intelligence
  1.  Which of the following statements cannot be considered as a feature of the process of learning?

(a)                Learning is a process that mediates behavior

(b)                Learning is something that occurs as a result of certain experiences

(c)                Study of behavior is learning

(d)                Unlearning is also a part of learning

  1.  Which Section of RTE deals with duties of teachers? – Section 24
  1.  Mind mapping refers to – Researching the functioning of the mind.
  1.  Mohan learns every lesson very quickly, but Sohan takes longer time to learn them. It denotes the developmental principle of – Individual differences
  1.  Which of the following is predominantly a heredity related factor?

(a)                Participation in social activities

(b)                Attitude towards peer group

(c)                 Thinking pattern

(d)                Colour of the eyes

  1. ‘Adolescence’ is derived from a Greek word ‘adolescere’, the most appropriate meaning is – to grow to maturity
  1. The first of the six development stages of Ethical behavior, according to Kohlberg is – Obedience and punishment orientation
  1. The most effective method to teach the ‘Parts of a Plant’ is – To give demonstration of a real plant in the class and make students observe its parts.
  1.  Three broad categories of intelligence suggested by Thorndike are – abstract, mechanical and social.
  1.  Four basic elements of Basic Model of Teaching developed by Robert Glaser in correct sequence are – Instructional objectives, Entering behavior, Instructional procedure, Performance assessment.
  1. Ravi cannot distinguished between ‘saw’ and ‘was’, ‘nuclear’ and ‘unclear’. He is suffering from – Dyslexia
  1.  Two types of assessments referred under Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) are – Scholastic and co-scholastic
  1. According to Piaget’s stages of cognitive development, the sensori-motor stage is associated with – Imitation, memory and mental representation 
  1.  According to Vygotsky which is the most important factor in the development of any child – Society
  1. Smallest unit of meaning in a language is – Phoneme
  1.  What are main characteristics of Mental retardation? – lower-than-average intelligent quotient (IQ), difficulty with practical daily life skills, learning difficulties or disabilities, developmental delays, memory problems and lower attention spans, Poor interpersonal relation
  1.  The feeling of Shame and Pride develops in this stage – Childhood
  1. Vocabulary of an infant at the end of the 2nd year becomes – 150 words
  1.  ………. is not considered a sign of ‘Seing gifted’. – Fighting with others
  1. ‘Children actively construct their understanding of the world’ is a statement attributed to – Piaget
  1. Which Section of RTE deals with prohibition of physical punishment and harassment to child? – Section 17
  1.  The deficiency of Vitamin ‘A’ causes – Night blindness
  1.  Ants are social animal, because – They live in colonies
  1.  What is the general direction of cyclones formed in the Bay of Bengal? – East to West
  1.  Name the continents that form a mirror image of each other – North America and South
  1. Which animal has closest resemblance with man? – Chimpanzee
  1.  Black soil is productive, because of abundant – Humus and clay
  1.  The blood group which is universal recipient? – AB
  1. ‘IC’ Chips of Computers are usually made of –Silicon
  1.  Who wrote ‘Origin of Species’? – Charles Darwin
  1. Which animal can look two ways at the same time? – Chameleon
  1. Excretory product of earthworm is – Urea
  1.  Cryogenic Engine is used in – Rocket Launching
  1. Cooking gas supplied in cylinders by gas agencies is – Liquid
  1.  The study of population trends is called – Demography
  1.  For the production of Biogas, the Biogas plant requires – Cattle dung
  1. Name the person, who received the first Victoria Cross in Himachal Pradesh? – Jamadar Lala Ram
  1. Who is awarded with ‘Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmi Bai Stri Shakti Puraskar’ in Himachal Pradesh? – Kinkri Devi
  1.  Name the woman from village Paragpur who donated her 300 years old house to the Heritage village of Paragpur of Himachal Pradesh? – Durga Devi
  1.  The Bala Sundri temple of Sirmour is situated at – Trilokpur
  1.  The world famous painting Monalisa was painted by – LeonardodaVinci
  1. When is the “World Earth Day” celebrated? – April 22
  1.  When was the ‘Gaiety Theatre’ of Shimla dedicated to general public? – 1887
  1.  The famous Firing episode of province Dhami took place in – 1939
  1. ‘Budapest’ is the capital of – Hungary
  1. Name the Viceroy, in whose time Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code and Criminal Procedure Codes etc. were passed – Lord Canning
  1. The full form of EMI is – Equated Monthly Installment
  1.  Indira Point is situated in – Andaman Nicobar
  1. Who was the Prime Minister of England, when India got freedom? – Clement Attle
  1. Food chain refers to – Transfer of energy from producers to consumers
  1.  What protects the earth from harmful effects of Sun’s ultraviolet radiations? – Ozone layer

Directions Q61–63:Give the correct change of number.

  1. ‘Radius’ – Radii
  2. ‘Child’ – Children
  3. ‘Curriculum’ – Curricula

Directions Q64-66: Give the correct change of voice

  1. Quinine tastes bitter – Quinine  is better when tasted
  2. His behavior shocked me – I was shocked at his behavior
  3.  Manners reveal character – Character is revealed by manners

Directions Q 67-69:  Give the correct phrase to be filled in the blanks.

  1. Bombay Film Studios……….hundreds of films each year. – Turn out
  2. The doctor advised the obese person to………on fats in his meals. – Cut down
  3. She……… peacefully in her sleep. – Passed away
  1. ‘Pride and Prejudice’. ‘Emma’, ‘Mansfield Park’ etc. are the creations of – Jane Austen
  1. In whose novels would you find the imaginary town of ‘ Malgudi’? – R.KNarayan
  1. ‘Macbeth’‘KingLear’, ‘Measure for Measure’, are some of the play by – William Shakespeare

Directions Q 73-77: Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:

Hibernation is one of the main adaptations that allow certain northern animals to survive long, old winters. Hibernation is like a very deep sleep that allows animals to save their energy when there is little or no food available. The body functions of ‘True hibernators’ go through several changes while they are hibernating. Body temperature drops by more than 30 degrees Celsius, and its heart rate slows from 80 to 4 beats per minute! Other true hibernators include the jumping mouse, little brown bat, eastern Chipmunk, and several ground squirrels. Other animals, such as the skunk and raccoon, are not considered true hibernators, as they wake up in the winter to feed, and their body functions do not change as much. Since they only sleep for a little bit at a time, the term dormancy of light sleeping is used to describe their behavior. The largest animals to hibernate are bears. Their heart rate may slow down from a usual 40-50 beats per minute to 8-12 beats per minute, but body temperature changes very little, so they are able to wake up quickly. Hibernating animals have a special substance in the blood, called hibernation inducement trigger, or HIT. This substance becomes active, the animals start preparing for winter. Some animals store food so that they can eat when they wake up, and some animals eat a lot in late summer and fall to add excess fat to their bodies. This fat keeps them warmer and acts as a source of energy while they are sleeping. Some animals also make changes to the places where they will sleep (dens). They add leaves and grasses to keep them warm.

  1. Animals hibernate to – Store food
  1.  The Skunk and Raccoon are not true hibernators as – they get hungry during their sleep, their body functions don’t change and they are light sleepers.
  1.  Bears are able to wake up quickly because – The body temperature undergoes a change

Second Part:

  1. Animals eat a lot before hibernating because – They don’t want to hungry
  1.  Animals start preparing for hibernation when – HIT substance becomes active

Directions Q3-4: Give the correct sentence so as to get rid of the Adverb ‘too’

  1. It is never too late to mend – Better to mend than never
  1. He is too honest to accept a bribe – Extremely honest to accept a bribe

Directions Q5-10: Give the word that is the correct substitute for the given group of words.

  1. A complete list of items (usually in book form), especially of things one can buy or look at – Catalogue
  1. A holy book/sacred writings of a religion – Scripture
  1.  One who takes part in a sport or other activity for pleasure? – Amateur
  1.  The flowers and vegetation of a certain region – Flora
  1. A person with bad habits or faults which cannot be changed or corrected – Incorrigible
  1. ‘Blue Whale is the biggest mammal’. Biggest is a………..Degree of comparison. – Superlative

Directions Q 11-15: Give the alternatives which correctly fit into the blanks:

  1. I was playing football when my father……..-Arrived
  1. 87. The patient …….before the doctor came.- Had died
  1. Many people….before the help………- Had died, reached
  1. I……so tired that I….hardly stand on my feet. – wascould
  1. This matter……..in the meeting tomorrow….- will be discussed.
  1. Todar Mal was associated with – Land Revenue Reform
  1. Two of the Great Mughals whowrote their own memories? – Babur and Jahangir
  1. Title given by the British Government to Mahatma Gandhi which was surrendered – Kaiser-e-Hind
  1. ‘Upanishad’ is – Source of Hindu Philosophy
  1. The Indus Valley Civilization city of ‘Lothal’ is located in –Gujarat
  1. Which of the Tapti, Mahanadi, Godavari Rivers does not meet Bay of Bengal? – Tapti
  1. Largest Mangrove forest in India and the world is – Sunderban
  1. Sal trees are concentrated in – Madhya Pradesh
  1. In India, the concept of Single Citizenship is adopted from – England
  1. What was the period of Second World War? – 193945
  1. When was the U.N.O. established? – 1945
  1. Where is the Headquarter of the U.N.O.? – New York
  1. Shah Jahan built  in which building was Takhte Taus? – Diwan-e-Aam
  1. Which of the following is correct concerning the Rajya Sabha?
  2. It cannot be dissolved.
  3. Its tenure is six years.
  4. 1/3rd members retire at the end of every two years.
  5. Minimum age to be the member of Rajya Sabha is 30 years. – All of these
  1. Who presides over the rich heritage of our composite culture is one of the – Fundamental duty in India
  1. To value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture is one of the – Fundamental duty in India
  1. Which one is not included in the fundamental rights prior to Indian Constitution? – Right to Information
  1. The President of India addresses both houses of Parliament – at the beginning of the First Session of both houses
  1. At the selection of India’s Prime Minister the person – Not necessarily member of one of the two houses of Parliament, but essentially within the 6 months must be a member of Lok Sabha
  1. The president of India is administered oath of office by – Chief Justice of India
  1. The meaning of Secularism in the Indian Constitutions – The State recognizes all religions, but it has not its own religion
  1. Name the Union Territory where French is one of the spoken languages – Pudduchery
  1. Those that follow Zoroastrianism are  – Parsis
  1. Snowline is – The altitude above which snow lies permanently at any place and it does not melt throughout the year
  1. The Eskimos are nomadic hunters of – Eurasia
  1. What are  Homo sapiens? – Human beings
  1. Which areas in India is the first to get summer monsoon? – Western Ghats
  1. The Rajasthan Canal(Indira Gandhi Canal) draws its water from the river – Satluj and Beas
  1. Gulf of mannar is located in the – East of Tamil Nadu
  1. Among Bajra & Rice, Jowar & Maize, Jowar & Rice, Mustard & Barley which are not grown in the Kharif season? – Barley and Mustard
  1. In the interior of the earth – The temperature rises with increasing depth
  1. Among Castor, Diamond, Clove, which one is a mineral? – Diamond
  1. The boundary line between India and China is called- McMohan Line
  1. The ‘Ghadar Party’ was organized in U.S.A. by – Lala Hardayal
  1. When did Partition of Bengal takes place? – 1905
  1. Emergency powers of President are derived from which Constitution? – German Western Constitution
  1. Which Article of Indian constitution describes about the Right to Constitutional remedies? – Article 32
  1. Which Article of Indian Constitution gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir? – 370
  1. Chinese Pilgrim who visited India during Harsha Vardhan’s period was – Hiuen Tsang
  1. Which Mughal ruler reimposed ‘Jaziya’? – Aurangzeb
  1. Who initiated the Doctrine of Lapse? – Dalhousie
  1. Who was known as Bismark of India? – Sardar Patel
  1. Ranjit Singh belonged to Sikh Misl of – Kanhaiya
  1. The production of Onion is the highest in India in – Maharsahtra
  1. Aravali ranges are an example of – Folded Mountains
  1. Among Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Maharashtra which state of India has longest Coast line? – Andhra Pradesh
  1. Among Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar which state of India does not have a Sea opening? – Bihar
  1. India has the longest land frontier with – Bangladesh
  1. Zojila Pass is between – Kashmir Valley and Ladakh
  1. Indian Economy is – Mixed Economy
  1. Largest revenue in India is obtained from – Excise Duties
  1. National Institute of Rural Development is situated at – Hyderabad
  1. Dalal Street is situated at – Mumbai
  1. Fundamental Duties are in which part of the Constitution of India? – IVA
  1. Among Protection and improvement of environment and safeguarding of forests and wild life, Equal justice and free legal aid, Organization of village Panchayats, minimum wages to laborers. Which is not a Directive Principle? – Minimum wages of workers
  1. President of India can be removed from office by – Parliament
  1. Lower House of Parliament is also called – Lok Sabha
  1. Shimla was declared the Summer Capital of  British India in – 1864
  1. Monument constructed by Sher Shah – Kila-I-Kulna Mosque, Delhi
  1. ‘Tripitaka’ are sacred books of – Buddhist

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