Monday, 10 March 2014

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(dec 05)- 30. Equal educational opportunity is a principle derived from: (A) educational sociology (B) sociology of education (C) economics of education (D) history of education

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(dec 05)- 29. In the history of education in India, arrange in temporal sequence the predominant influence of the following: (a) democracy (b) religion (c) politics (d) modernisation (A) a, b, c, d (B) b, c, a, d (C) c, b, d, a (D) d, a, b, c

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(dec 05)- 28. The sociological effect of more of technology in education will be: (A) alienation in students (B) modernisation of the society (C) cultural invasion (D) collaboration in classroom learning

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(dec 05)- 27. As a social sub system the main role of education is: (A) to pass on the social values to successive generations (B) to point out and correct the defects in the society (C) to introduce modernisation in the society (D) to help people lead a peaceful life

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(dec 05)- 26. Which of the following is more influential in deciding the sociology of education today in our country? (A) religion (B) political system (C) modernisation (D) language

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(dec 05)- 30. Equal educational opportunity is a principle derived from: (A) educational sociology (B) sociology of education (C) economics of education (D) history of education

UGC NET question

(dec 05)- 29. In the history of education in India, arrange in temporal sequence the predominant influence of the following: (a) democracy (b) religion (c) politics (d) modernisation (A) a, b, c, d (B) b, c, a, d (C) c, b, d, a (D) d, a, b, c

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(dec 05)- 28. The sociological effect of more of technology in education will be: (A) alienation in students (B) modernisation of the society (C) cultural invasion (D) collaboration in classroom learning

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(dec 05)- 27. As a social sub system the main role of education is: (A) to pass on the social values to successive generations (B) to point out and correct the defects in the society (C) to introduce modernisation in the society (D) to help people lead a peaceful life

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(dec 05)- 26. Which of the following is more influential in deciding the sociology of education today in our country? (A) religion (B) political system (C) modernisation (D) language

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(dec 05)- 25. Secularism in our country is: (A) irreligious (B) anti religious (C) non-religious (D) pro-religious

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(dec 05)- 24. There is more inter state imbalance in our country in: (A) Literacy rate (B) Social change (C) Social stratification (D) Social mobility

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(dec 05)- 25. Secularism in our country is: (A) irreligious (B) anti religious (C) non-religious (D) pro-religious

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(dec 05)- 24. There is more inter state imbalance in our country in: (A) Literacy rate (B) Social change (C) Social stratification (D) Social mobility

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(dec 05)- 23. ‘Cultural capital’ is: (A) The income generated by cultural organisations (B) The cultural practices taught in a school (C) Cultural activities enacted by students in the school function (D) The economic, social political, family background of a student

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(dec 05)- 22. Which of the following is in the process dimension of Guilford’s structure of Intellect model? (A) semantic (B) cognition (C) units (D) implication

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dec 05)- 21. A snake learns to dance to the tune of a flute. Which of the following theories is applicable in this case? (A) Skinner’s operant conditioning (B) Thorndike’s connectionism (C) Kurt Lewin’s Field Theory (D) Pavlov’s classical conditioning

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(dec 05)- 23. ‘Cultural capital’ is: (A) The income generated by cultural organisations (B) The cultural practices taught in a school (C) Cultural activities enacted by students in the school function (D) The economic, social political, family background of a student

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(dec 05)- 22. Which of the following is in the process dimension of Guilford’s structure of Intellect model? (A) semantic (B) cognition (C) units (D) implication

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dec 05)- 21. A snake learns to dance to the tune of a flute. Which of the following theories is applicable in this case? (A) Skinner’s operant conditioning (B) Thorndike’s connectionism (C) Kurt Lewin’s Field Theory (D) Pavlov’s classical conditioning

Friday, 7 March 2014

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(dec 05)- 20. Which of the following is true for the processes of growth and deve1opment ? (A) Both are natural processes (B) Growth is natural while development needs external intervention (C) If growth is satisfactory, development follows (D) Both the process go together without any external intervention

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(dec 05)- 20. Which of the following is true for the processes of growth and deve1opment ? (A) Both are natural processes (B) Growth is natural while development needs external intervention (C) If growth is satisfactory, development follows (D) Both the process go together without any external intervention

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(dec 05)- 19. Match the following: List - I ......List - II (a) Bhattia ...(i) Interest (b) Cattell ...(ii) Needs (c) Strong ....(iii) Attitude (d) Maslow ....(iv) Intelligence ................(v) Personality Code: .....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iv) (v) (i) (ii) (B) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (C) (iii) (iv) (i) (v) (D) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

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(dec 05)- 18. If a child develops logical operations from simple associations and can add subtract multiply and divide, then the stage of development he has reached is: (A) Sensory motor (B) Pre-operational (C) Concrete operational (D) Formal operational

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(dec 05)- 19. Match the following: List - I ......List - II (a) Bhattia ...(i) Interest (b) Cattell ...(ii) Needs (c) Strong ....(iii) Attitude (d) Maslow ....(iv) Intelligence ................(v) Personality Code: .....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iv) (v) (i) (ii) (B) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (C) (iii) (iv) (i) (v) (D) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

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(dec 05)- 18. If a child develops logical operations from simple associations and can add subtract multiply and divide, then the stage of development he has reached is: (A) Sensory motor (B) Pre-operational (C) Concrete operational (D) Formal operational

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(dec 05)- 17. A student is working hard and solving mathematical problems as his father has promised to give him a motor cycle if he gets good marks. This means that student has: (A) intrinsic motivation (B) extrinsic motivation (C) mathematical motivation (D) intrinsic and extrinsic motivation

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(dec 05)- 16. Which of the following technique helps to develop creativity in students? (A) Group work (B) Collaborative learning (C) Brain storming (D) Question-answer sessions

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dec 05)- 15. Educational Psychology is the science of studying: (A) human behaviour (B) human mind (C) abnormal children in Education (D) ways to modify students’ behaviour in learning

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(dec 05)- 17. A student is working hard and solving mathematical problems as his father has promised to give him a motor cycle if he gets good marks. This means that student has: (A) intrinsic motivation (B) extrinsic motivation (C) mathematical motivation (D) intrinsic and extrinsic motivation

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(dec 05)- 16. Which of the following technique helps to develop creativity in students? (A) Group work (B) Collaborative learning (C) Brain storming (D) Question-answer sessions

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dec 05)- 15. Educational Psychology is the science of studying: (A) human behaviour (B) human mind (C) abnormal children in Education (D) ways to modify students’ behaviour in learning

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(dec 05)- 14. A mathematics teacher discussed some problems in the classroom and then asked the ‘students to work out some problems given in the book. Students are practising the law of: (A) Contiguity (B) Reinforcement (C) Readiness (D) Exercise

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(dec 05)- 14. A mathematics teacher discussed some problems in the classroom and then asked the ‘students to work out some problems given in the book. Students are practising the law of: (A) Contiguity (B) Reinforcement (C) Readiness (D) Exercise

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(dec 05)- 13. Which of the following is not the function of guidance? Assisting an individual. (A) to get a better job (B) to discover his own abilities (C) to boast over his position (D) to discover his strengths and weaknesses

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dec 05)- 12. A teacher is teaching Science in Class XI of large size with large individual differences. Which one of the following strategy will be most suitable for managing individual differences ? (A) Conducting discussion sessions (B) Using programmed learning material (C) Using good students for teaching weak (D) Using simple language while teaching

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(dec 05)- 13. Which of the following is not the function of guidance? Assisting an individual. (A) to get a better job (B) to discover his own abilities (C) to boast over his position (D) to discover his strengths and weaknesses

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dec 05)- 12. A teacher is teaching Science in Class XI of large size with large individual differences. Which one of the following strategy will be most suitable for managing individual differences ? (A) Conducting discussion sessions (B) Using programmed learning material (C) Using good students for teaching weak (D) Using simple language while teaching

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dec 05)- 11. “The ‘rewards’ play a significant role in learning” is the main characteristic of which of the following approaches to learning? (A) Behãvlouristic (B) Cognitive (C) Humanistic (D) Scientific

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dec 05)- 11. “The ‘rewards’ play a significant role in learning” is the main characteristic of which of the following approaches to learning? (A) Behãvlouristic (B) Cognitive (C) Humanistic (D) Scientific

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

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(dec 05)- 10. ‘Discipline through direct consequence’ was highlighted by: (A) Pragmatist (B) Naturalist (C) Realist (D) Existentialist

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(dec 05)- 9. In teaching grammar, the structure of grammar should be linked with the structure of life. This instructional strategy was emphasised by: (A) Existentialist (B) Idealist (C) Pragmatist (D) Realist

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(dec 05)- 8. The School of Philosophy which gives greatest emphasis to the teacher is: (A) Realism (B) Naturalism (C) Idealism (D) Existentialism

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(dec 05)- 7. ‘Truth is that which we directly Perceive’. This is according to: (A) Naturalism (B) Realism (C) Existentialism (D) Idealism

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(dec 05)- 6. According to Idealism: (A) Ideas are more important than objects (B) Objects are more important than ideas (C) Both ideas and objects are important (D) Both ideas and objects are not important

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(dec 05)- 10. ‘Discipline through direct consequence’ was highlighted by: (A) Pragmatist (B) Naturalist (C) Realist (D) Existentialist

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(dec 05)- 9. In teaching grammar, the structure of grammar should be linked with the structure of life. This instructional strategy was emphasised by: (A) Existentialist (B) Idealist (C) Pragmatist (D) Realist

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(dec 05)- 8. The School of Philosophy which gives greatest emphasis to the teacher is: (A) Realism (B) Naturalism (C) Idealism (D) Existentialism

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(dec 05)- 7. ‘Truth is that which we directly Perceive’. This is according to: (A) Naturalism (B) Realism (C) Existentialism (D) Idealism

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(dec 05)- 6. According to Idealism: (A) Ideas are more important than objects (B) Objects are more important than ideas (C) Both ideas and objects are important (D) Both ideas and objects are not important

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(dec 05)- 5. ‘Metaphysics’ is mainly concerned with: (A) Methods of Instructions (B) Aims of Education (C) Freedom and discipline (D) Curriculum

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(dec 05)- 4. Match the following List - I with List - II: ....List - I ..........List - II (a) Existentialism ...(i) Education for the Instinct (b) Naturalism .......(ii) Education as growth and change (c) Pragmatism .......(iii) Education as an act of discovery (d) Idealism .........(iv) Education for development of a Human Personality ......................(v) Education for solving life problems Code: ....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (v) (ii) (iii) (iv) (B) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i) (C) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii) (D) (iii) (v) (ii) (iv)

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(dec 05)- 3. Which School of Philosophy has got more faith in Impressionistic discipline? (A) Existentialism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Pragmatism

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(dec 05)- 2. Match the following List - I and List - II: ....List - I .....List - II (a) Sankhya .....(i) Parswanatha (b) Buddhism ....(ii) Adi Sankara (c) Jainism .....(iii) Kapila (d) Vedanta .....(iv) Nagarjuna ..................(v) Kanada Code: ....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii) (B) (i) (iii) (iv) (ii) (C) (ii) (v) (iv) (iii) (D) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)

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(dec 05)- 1. ‘Socretic method’ is based on: (A) Dictation (B) Discussion (C) Dialogue (D) Questioning

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(dec 05)- 5. ‘Metaphysics’ is mainly concerned with: (A) Methods of Instructions (B) Aims of Education (C) Freedom and discipline (D) Curriculum

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(dec 05)- 4. Match the following List - I with List - II: ....List - I ..........List - II (a) Existentialism ...(i) Education for the Instinct (b) Naturalism .......(ii) Education as growth and change (c) Pragmatism .......(iii) Education as an act of discovery (d) Idealism .........(iv) Education for development of a Human Personality ......................(v) Education for solving life problems Code: ....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (v) (ii) (iii) (iv) (B) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i) (C) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii) (D) (iii) (v) (ii) (iv)

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(dec 05)- 3. Which School of Philosophy has got more faith in Impressionistic discipline? (A) Existentialism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Pragmatism

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(dec 05)- 2. Match the following List - I and List - II: ....List - I .....List - II (a) Sankhya .....(i) Parswanatha (b) Buddhism ....(ii) Adi Sankara (c) Jainism .....(iii) Kapila (d) Vedanta .....(iv) Nagarjuna ..................(v) Kanada Code: ....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii) (B) (i) (iii) (iv) (ii) (C) (ii) (v) (iv) (iii) (D) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)

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(dec 05)- 1. ‘Socretic method’ is based on: (A) Dictation (B) Discussion (C) Dialogue (D) Questioning

Sunday, 2 March 2014

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46. A student will nQt agree that basic aim of science is theory building if he is taught, that (A) Explaining and understanding are only subaims of science (B) science is for betterment of mankind. (C) it is theory which specifies relations among variables for predicting and explaining (D) ultimate aim of science is to construct theory.

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50. The scientific psychologist wants to (A) explain each and every behaviour of children (B) arrive at a general explanation for the different behaviours of children (C) explain each child’s method of problem solving (D) study how children solve arithmetic problems

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49. It is rather difficult to understand that science (A) aims at explaining every external phenomenon (B) works for the betterment of humans (C) controls nature (D) has theory building as its ultimate aim

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46. A student will nQt agree that basic aim of science is theory building if he is taught, that (A) Explaining and understanding are only subaims of science (B) science is for betterment of mankind. (C) it is theory which specifies relations among variables for predicting and explaining (D) ultimate aim of science is to construct theory.

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50. The scientific psychologist wants to (A) explain each and every behaviour of children (B) arrive at a general explanation for the different behaviours of children (C) explain each child’s method of problem solving (D) study how children solve arithmetic problems

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49. It is rather difficult to understand that science (A) aims at explaining every external phenomenon (B) works for the betterment of humans (C) controls nature (D) has theory building as its ultimate aim

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47. Science is more concerned with (A) explaining the specific behaviour of individuals (B) activities that help people in practical ways (C) the welfare of maximum number of people (D) to find out solutions to problems in a systematic way

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Direction (Q. No. 46 - 50): Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. The basic aim of science is theory. Perhaps less cryptic, the basic aim of science is to explain natural phenomena. Such explanations are called theories. Instead of trying to explain each and every separate behaviour of children, the scientific psychologist seeks general explanations that encompass and link together many different behaviours. Rather than try to explain children’s methods of solving arithmetic problems, for example, he seeks general explanations of all kinds of problem-solving. He might call such a general explanation a theory of problem solving. This discussion of the basic aim of science as theory may seem strange to the student, who has probably been inculcated with the notion that human activities have to pay off in practical ways. If we said that the aim of science is the betterment of mankind, most readers would quickly read the words and accept them. But the basic aim of science is not the betterment of mankind. It is theory. Unfortunately, this sweeping and really complex statement is not too easy to understand. Still, we must try because it is important. Other aims of science that have been stated are: explanation understanding, prediction, and control. If we accept theory as the ultimate aim of science, however, explanation and understanding become simply subaims of the ultimate aim. This is because of the definition and nature of theory: A fheort is a set of interrelated constructs (concepts) definitions, and propositions that present a systematic z’iezv of phenomena by specifying relations among variables, wit!, the purpose of explaining and predicting the phenomena. 46. A student will nQt agree that basic aim of science is theory building if he is taught, that (A) Explaining and understanding are only subaims of science (B) science is for betterment of mankind. (C) it is theory which specifies relations among variables for predicting and explaining (D) ultimate aim of science is to construct theory.

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45. Which school of philosophy has no faith in permanent values and aims of education? (A) Existentialism (B) Naturalism (C) Realism (D) Pragmatism Direction (Q. No. 46 - 50): Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. The basic aim of science is theory. Perhaps less cryptic, the basic aim of science is to explain natural phenomena. Such explanations are called theories. Instead of trying to explain each and every separate behaviour of children, the scientific psychologist seeks general explanations that encompass and link together many different behaviours. Rather than try to explain children’s methods of solving arithmetic problems, for example, he seeks general explanations of all kinds of problem-solving. He might call such a general explanation a theory of problem solving. This discussion of the basic aim of science as theory may seem strange to the student, who has probably been inculcated with the notion that human activities have to pay off in practical ways. If we said that the aim of science is the betterment of mankind, most readers would quickly read the words and accept them. But the basic aim of science is not the betterment of mankind. It is theory. Unfortunately, this sweeping and really complex statement is not too easy to understand. Still, we must try because it is important. Other aims of science that have been stated are: explanation understanding, prediction, and control. If we accept theory as the ultimate aim of science, however, explanation and understanding become simply subaims of the ultimate aim. This is because of the definition and nature of theory: A fheort is a set of interrelated constructs (concepts) definitions, and propositions that present a systematic z’iezv of phenomena by specifying relations among variables, wit!, t

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44. Out of the following which is related to Gandhian Curriculum: (A) Activity centred curriculum (B) Correlated curriculum (C) Craft centred curriculum (D) Core-curriculum

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43. ‘Project Method’ is propagated by: (A) William James (B) Kilpatrik (C) John Dewey (D) John lock

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42. Which school of phylosophy considers development of ‘authenticity’ as an aim of education ? (A) Marxism (B) Realism (C) Pragmatism (D) Existentialism

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41. ‘Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man’. Who said this? (A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) Aurobindo (C) Swami Vivekananda (D) Mahatma Gandhi

UGC NET question

47. Science is more concerned with (A) explaining the specific behaviour of individuals (B) activities that help people in practical ways (C) the welfare of maximum number of people (D) to find out solutions to problems in a systematic way

UGC NET question

Direction (Q. No. 46 - 50): Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. The basic aim of science is theory. Perhaps less cryptic, the basic aim of science is to explain natural phenomena. Such explanations are called theories. Instead of trying to explain each and every separate behaviour of children, the scientific psychologist seeks general explanations that encompass and link together many different behaviours. Rather than try to explain children’s methods of solving arithmetic problems, for example, he seeks general explanations of all kinds of problem-solving. He might call such a general explanation a theory of problem solving. This discussion of the basic aim of science as theory may seem strange to the student, who has probably been inculcated with the notion that human activities have to pay off in practical ways. If we said that the aim of science is the betterment of mankind, most readers would quickly read the words and accept them. But the basic aim of science is not the betterment of mankind. It is theory. Unfortunately, this sweeping and really complex statement is not too easy to understand. Still, we must try because it is important. Other aims of science that have been stated are: explanation understanding, prediction, and control. If we accept theory as the ultimate aim of science, however, explanation and understanding become simply subaims of the ultimate aim. This is because of the definition and nature of theory: A fheort is a set of interrelated constructs (concepts) definitions, and propositions that present a systematic z’iezv of phenomena by specifying relations among variables, wit!, the purpose of explaining and predicting the phenomena. 46. A student will nQt agree that basic aim of science is theory building if he is taught, that (A) Explaining and understanding are only subaims of science (B) science is for betterment of mankind. (C) it is theory which specifies relations among variables for predicting and explaining (D) ultimate aim of science is to construct theory.

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45. Which school of philosophy has no faith in permanent values and aims of education? (A) Existentialism (B) Naturalism (C) Realism (D) Pragmatism Direction (Q. No. 46 - 50): Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. The basic aim of science is theory. Perhaps less cryptic, the basic aim of science is to explain natural phenomena. Such explanations are called theories. Instead of trying to explain each and every separate behaviour of children, the scientific psychologist seeks general explanations that encompass and link together many different behaviours. Rather than try to explain children’s methods of solving arithmetic problems, for example, he seeks general explanations of all kinds of problem-solving. He might call such a general explanation a theory of problem solving. This discussion of the basic aim of science as theory may seem strange to the student, who has probably been inculcated with the notion that human activities have to pay off in practical ways. If we said that the aim of science is the betterment of mankind, most readers would quickly read the words and accept them. But the basic aim of science is not the betterment of mankind. It is theory. Unfortunately, this sweeping and really complex statement is not too easy to understand. Still, we must try because it is important. Other aims of science that have been stated are: explanation understanding, prediction, and control. If we accept theory as the ultimate aim of science, however, explanation and understanding become simply subaims of the ultimate aim. This is because of the definition and nature of theory: A fheort is a set of interrelated constructs (concepts) definitions, and propositions that present a systematic z’iezv of phenomena by specifying relations among variables, wit!, the purpose of explaining and predicting the phenomena.

UGC NET question

44. Out of the following which is related to Gandhian Curriculum: (A) Activity centred curriculum (B) Correlated curriculum (C) Craft centred curriculum (D) Core-curriculum

UGC NET question

43. ‘Project Method’ is propagated by: (A) William James (B) Kilpatrik (C) John Dewey (D) John lock

UGC NET question

42. Which school of phylosophy considers development of ‘authenticity’ as an aim of education ? (A) Marxism (B) Realism (C) Pragmatism (D) Existentialism

UGC NET question

41. ‘Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man’. Who said this? (A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) Aurobindo (C) Swami Vivekananda (D) Mahatma Gandhi