B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 2


B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 2

B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 2

B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 2

Total Marks: 100

Time 2 Hours

Q. Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer out of the four choices given after each question that follows.

(Direction Q No. 1-6)

Many people believe that science and religion are opposite to each other. But his notation is wrong. Actually, both are related to each other. There is no doubt that the methods of science and religion are different.

The method of science is observation, experiment and experience. Science takes this as a progressive march towards perfection. The laws of religion are faith, intuition and the spoken word of the enlightened. In general, while science leans toward logic and rationality, spiritualism is the essence of religion.

In earlier times when man appeared on earth, he was stunned by the violent and powerful aspects of nature. In some cases, the usefulness of various natural objects overwhelmed man. Thus began the worship of the forces of nature – fire, sun, rivers, rocks, trees, snakes etc. The sacred texts were written by those who had developed harmony between the outer nature and their inner self. His aim was to enrich, elevate and liberate the human soul and mind. But the priestly class took the monopoly of scriptural knowledge and interpretation for their own benefit.

Thus the entire human race was chained. Truth was disregarded and progressive, liberal and truthful ideas or ideas expressing doubt were suppressed and their holders were punished. It was in these difficult circumstances that science emerged as the savior of mankind. But his way was not smooth and safe. Scientists and free thinkers were oppressed. This was the fate of Copernicus, Galileo, Bruno and others. But simultaneously science gained ground.

On the basis of your understanding of the passage, answer the following questions by choosing the correct option given below each question.

1. What is the reasons for man worship the forces of nature?

(a) The holy scriptures advocate the worship of forces of nature.

(b) The worship elevates and liberates the human spirit and mind.

(c) The worship makes man believe in faith and intuition.

(d) Forces of nature teach us spiritualism. 

2. According to the passage science and religion both:

(a) Emerged out of the fear of man

(b) Emerged from the desire of man to worship the forces of nature

(c) Employee different methods of enquiry

(d) work at the cross-purpose of each other

3. What was the objective of the authors of the holy scriptures?

(a) To teach man the methods of worshipping nature

(b) To educate and raise the human spirit and mind

(c) To develop harmony between external nature and their inner self

(d) None of these

4. According to the passage, at present juncture there is a need to:

(a) free man from all sorts of bondages

(b) judiciously mix the principles of science and true spirit of religion

(c) teach people to workship the forces of nature

(d) encourage spiritualism as much as possible

5. Why it is said in the passage that, “science emerged as a saviour of mankind”?

(a) Science takes recourse to progressive march towards perfection

(b) Science is inclined towards reason and rationality

(c) Man was bound in chains by religious orthodoxy

(d) The free thinkers and enlightened men were tortured

6. Truth was:

(a) Flouted

(b) Progressive

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of these

7. I saw Ram ———— month ago.

(a) one

(b) few

(c) many

(d) a few

8. Kanak is ———— M. A. in English.

(a) a

(b) an

(c) the

(d) none of these.

9. It is ——— unique magazine.

(a) a

(b) an

(c) the

(d) none of these

10. ————— English speaks English.

(a) a

(b) an

(c) the

(d) none of these

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11. The adverb form of ‘quite’ is ————-.

(a) quitely

(b) quiteness

(c) quited

(d) quitting

12. In the following sentence you are required to  find synonyms for the underlined word. Choose the option which best expresses the same meaning.

“The cyclone had blown some of the cars to funny places.”

(a) laughable

(b) humourous

(c) odd

(d) interesting

13. Select the proper prefix for word: ‘-large’.

(a) in

(b) on

(c) out

(d) en

14. He did not get ———— time for study.

(a) much

(b) many

(c) few

(d) little

15. The docile masses accepted the draconian rule without protest. What is the  antonym of the word ‘docile’?

(a) stubborn

(b) childish

(c) obedient

(d) submissive

16. Gandhiji’s steadfast resolve to free our country from the British made him a  great leader. The opposite meaning of the word ‘steadfast’ is:

(a) stiff

(b) sincere

(c) irresolute

(d) firm determination

17. Choose the most appropriate response to the sentence given below:

“I have not done the sum.”

(a) I also haven’t

(b) nor I have

(c) nor have I

(d) neither I have

18. “Our habits make us slave.”

If we change the above sentence into passive voice, it will read like:

(a) Slaves are made by our habits.

(b) We are made habits by our slaves.

(c) Slaves are made by our habits.

(d) We are made slaves by our habits

19. What will she do when she ———– her results?

(a) would have

(b) will have

(c) has

(d) should have

20. Only when I bent over —————– the pain get worse.

(a) must

(b) should

(c) did

(d) does

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21. Which Greek ambassador set up a pillar in honour of Vishnu?

(a) Megasthenes

(b) Heliodoros

(c) Theodorus

(d) Plato

22. According to Buddhist traditions, who was Charioteer of Buddha?

(a) Channa

(b) Kanthaka

(c) Devdatta

(d) Chunda

23. Which of the following inscriptions mentions the name of Kalidasa?

(a) Allahabad pillar inscription

(b) Aihole inscription

(c) Alapadu grant

(d) Hanumakonda inscription

24. Anandapala organized a confederacy with which of the following kings against Mahmud of Ghazni?

1. Rajas of Ujjain

2. Rajas of Gwalior

3. Rajas of Kalanjar

Select the correct option from the codes given below:

(a) Only 1 & 2

(b) Only 2 & 3

(c) Only 1 & 3

(d) 1, 2, & 3

25. The partition of Bengal had to be annulled in ______ .

(a) 1907

(b) 1911

(c) 1928

(d) 1929

26. Who wrote ‘Tughlaqnama’?

(a) Abu Nasr Utbi

(b) Amir Khusrau

(c) Abul Fazl

(d) Hasan Nizami

27. Who introduced the famous Persian festival of Nauroz?

(a) Alauddin Khalji

(b) IItutmish

(c) Balban

(d) Firuz Tughlaq

28. Which of the following Rajput clan does not belong to the Agnikula?

(a) Parmara

(b) Pratihara

(c) Chalukya

(d) Kachwaha

29. Which of the following cultural institution was born out of Assam Accord:

(a) Rock Garden

(b) Assam State Museum

(c) Srimanta Shankardev Kalakhetra

(d) Rabindra Bhawan

30. Which system of government is also known as Westminster model of government?

(a) Presidential system

(b) Monarchy

(c) Parliamentary system

(d) Oligarchy

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31. Who has the power to remove the President of India?

(a) Parliament

(b) Lok Sabha

(c) Rajya Sabha

(d) Chief Justice of India

32. In how much time the vacant post of President should be filled?

(a) 60 days

(b) 90 days

(c) 6 months

(d) 9 months

33.Who appoints the Attorney General of India?

(a) The Parliament

(b) The President

(c) The Prime Minister

(d) The Council of Ministers

34. What would be the percentage of Glucose in the Urine of a healthy person?

(a) less than 1%

(b) More than 1%

(c) More than 0.1%

(d) 0%

35. The most common use of ‘silicone hydrogels’ is making of which among the following?

(a) Surgery Equipment

(b) Contact Lenses

(c) Breast Transplants

(d) Capsules of medicines

36. In which of the following era began the Self replicating RNA molecules on Earth ?

(a) Basin Era

(b) Nectarian Era

(c) Early Imbrian

(d) Cryptic Era

37. In which of the following cycles, insects play crucial role?

1. Carbon cycle

2.Nitrogen Cycle

3. Food cycle

Select the correct option from the codes given below:

(a) Only 1 & 2

(b) Only 2 & 3

(c) Only 1 & 3

(d) 1, 2 & 3

38. Who invented Insulin ?

(a) Jenner

(b) Banting

(c) William Colf

(d) Walton Willey

39. Which of the following is the cause of soil pollution?

(a) Ozone

(b) Aerosol

(c) Acid rain

(d) None

40. ‘Mt Annapurna’ is located in which country?

(a) India

(b) Nepal

(c) Bangladesh

(d) China

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41. If CAT is coded as PATC, JOY is coded as POYJ; similarly the word WING will be coded as –





42. Suppose a series is 6, 11, 21, 36, 56, ? the number comes at the place of question mark in the given series is –

(a) 91

(b) 21

(c) 52

(d) 81

43. Arrange the following words in a meaningful sequence –

1. Frog

2. Grass

3. Grasshopper

4. Eagle

5. Snake

(a) 2, 3, 1, 5, 4

(b) 3, 2, 1, 4, 5

(c) 2, 1, 3, 4, 5

(d) 4, 5, 1, 3, 2

44.  Choose the odd pair of words

(a) Volume – Litre

(b) Resistance – Ohm

(c) Time – Seconds

(d) Pressure – Barometer

45. Which of the following set of letters complete the letter series, when sequentially placed at the gaps?

bca _ b _ aabc _ a _ caa

(a) ccab

(b) bcbb

(c) acab

(d) cbab

46. Pointing to an image Madhu tells Sohan, “I am the only daughter of this lady, and her son is your maternal uncle.” How is the Madhu related to Sohan’s father?

(a) Sister

(b) Wife

(c) Sister-in-law

(d) None of above

47. Book : Cover:: Printing: ?

(a)  Example

(b)  Wall

(c)  Colour

(d)  Frame

48. Float: Sink :: Boat: ?

(a)  Ship

(b)  War

(c) Submarine

(d)  Missile

49. Asthma : Lungs :: Conjunctivitis : ?

(a)  Bones

(b)  Teeth

(c)  Eyes

(d)  Blood

50. Oil : Lamp :: Wax : ?

(a) Bulb

(b) Candle

(c) Light

(d) Dark

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51. 6 : 72 :: 8 : ?

(a) 94

(b) 96

(c) 74

(d) 92

52. Resignation : Office :: 

(a) Competition : Game

(b) Illness : Hospital

(c) Abdication : Throne

(d) Moisture : Rain

53. Sapling : Tree ::

(a) Horse : Mare

(b) Student : Teacher

(c) Bud : Flower

(d) River : Brook

54. Find the sum of money which increases 1/10 of itself very year amounts to Rs 450 in 5 years ?

(a) 300

(b) 400

(c) 500

(d) 600

55.   In the following question, choose the correct code form.

If ‘air’ is called ‘green’, ‘green’ is called ‘red’, ‘red’ is called ‘sea’, ‘sea’ is called ‘blue’, ‘blue’ is called ‘water’ and ‘water’ is called ‘pink’, then what is the color of grass?

(a) Green

(b) Air

(c) Red

(d) Pink

56.  How many times do the hands of a clock coincide in 24 hours?

(a) 22

(b) 24

(c) 26

(d) 28

57. The difference between the greatest and the least four digit numbers that begins with 3 and ends with 5 is ?

(a) 900

(b) 909

(c) 999

(d) 990

58. The numbers from 1 to 29 are written side by side as follows — 12345678910 —–272829 ,if this number is divided by 9, then what is the remainder ?

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) 3

(d) 5

59. A number when divided by three consecutive numbers leave 9,11,13 leaves the remainders 8,9 and 8 respectively. if the order of divisors is reversed, the remainders will be ?

(a) “10, 8, 9”

(b) “10, 1, 6”

(c) “8, 9, 8”

(d) “9, 8, 8”

60. The sum of the first five prime numbers is

(a) 28

(b) 11

(c) 26

(d) None of these

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61. When did India adopt Goal 4 (SDG4) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?

(a) 2020

(b) 2015

(c) 2030

(d) 2025

62. NEP 2020 aimed to achieve equitable access to the highest-quality education for all learners regardless of social or economic background. This target will be achieved up to the year—————-.

(a) 2020

(b) 2015

(c) 2030

(d) 2040

63. How many of the fundamental principles mentioned in National Education Policy 2020?

(a) 5

(b. 11

(c) 22

(d) 20

64. National Education Policy 2020 replaced by a new pedagogical and curricular structure. What is the new curricular structure according to NEP 2020?

(a) “3+4+4+5” model

(b) “5+3+3+4” model

(c) “4+3+3+5” model

(d. “5+4+3+3” model

65. What is the age group covered in school education according to NEP 2020 new curricular structure?

(a) 16-18

(b) 3-18

(c) 6-18

(d) 5-18

66. Which list is Education in the Indian Constitution ?

(a) Union List

(b) State List

(c) Concurrent List

(d) None of the above

67. Consider the following statement relating to new education policy committees

I. Justice Verma Committee

II. TSR Subramanian Committee 

III. K Kasturirangan Committee 

IV. Ramaswamy Committee

Select Correct answer code given below

(a) I and II Only

(b) I, III, IV Only

(c) I, II, III and IV

(d) II and III Only

68. According to NEP 2020 the Indian education system produced great scholars such as Charaka, Nagarjuna. Which is not in the list?

(a) Aryabhata

(b) Xenocrates

(c) Varahamihira

(d) Bhaskarachar

69. National Education Policy 2020 proposed establishment of “Preparatory Class” or “Balavatika”. What is the age limit for the “Preparatory Class” or “Balavatika”?

(a) prior to the age of 6

(b) prior to the age of 5 

(c) prior to the age of 4

(d) prior to the age of 3

70. Education conference 1947 was presided by ?

(a) Quaid e Azam

(b) Fazalur Rehman

(c) Liaqat Ali Khan

(d) Abdul Rub Nishtar

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71. Objective of education under education conference 1947 were ?

(a) Conformity with Ideology of life

(b) Economic development

(c) Character formation

(d) All of above

72. National Education Policy 1970 was headed by ?

(a) Fazlur Rehman

(b) S.M Sharif

(c) Noor Khan

(d) Abdul Hafeez Pirzada

73. Ahimsa & Truth in Gandhiji’s opinion is

(a) Have no relation between the two

(b) Truthfulness

(c) Two side of a coin

(d) None of these

74. Being the science of wisdom philosophy aims at ?

(a) Search for activity

(b) Search for reality

(c) Search for probability

(d) Search for utility

75. Syllabus is a part of?

(a) Student

(b) School

(c) Parents

(d) Curriculum

76. What is Curriculum?

(a) Overall activities of an Institution

(b) Objectivity

(c) Classroom

(d) Affective

77. Army Alfa and Army Beta tests are—

(a) Personality tests

(b) Intelligence test

(c) Imagination tests

(d) Memory tests

78. Which school of psychology is associated with the name of Sigmund Freud?

(a) Hypnotism

(b) Gestaltism

(c) Psychoanalysis

(d) Behaviourism

79. M.A. means—

(a) Mind Age

(b) Master of Arts

(c) Mental Age

(d) None of the above

80. Gang Loyalty is one of the characteristics of –

(a) Infancy

(b) childhood

(c) Adolescence

(d) Adulthood

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81. C.A. means—

(a) Chartered Accountant

(b) Chronological Age

(c) Captain of Army

(d) All of the above

82. Imitativeness is a characteristics of –

(a) childhood

(b) Adulthood

(c) Adolescence

(d) Infancy

83. The questioning age indicates intellectual development of the-

(a) Infancy

(b) childhood

(c) Adolescence

(d) Adulthood

84. The term hygiene is originated from—

(a) Greek term ‘Hugieine’

(b) Latin term ‘Hugieine’

(c) English term ‘Hugieine

(d) None of the above

85. Hygeia was a—

(a) Greek Goddess

(b) Latin Goddess

(c) US Goddess

(d) Russian Goddess

86. The primary emotion of a child is not –

(a) Fear

(b) Escape

(c) Anger

(d) Joy

87. I. Q. means—

(a) MA/CA  100%

(b) CA/MA  100%

(c) MA/Ca + 100%

(d) CA/MA + 100%

88. Curriculum development refers to the total process of curriculum?

(a) Designing

(b) Implementing

(c) Evaluating

(d) All

89. The term “core curriculum” is sometimes simply called?

(a) Core

(b) Code

(c) Cope

(d) None

90. Which domain of objectives is not being evaluated through our present system of examination?

(a) Objectivity

(b) Classroom

(c) Affective

(d) Students

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91. Benefits A.V. Aids are that they?

(a) Create interest

(b) Reduce verbalization

(c) Stimulate self activity

(d) All of above

92. The first head of the Deoband was ?

(a) Maulana shah wali ullah

(b) Maulana M. Yaqub Nanautwi

(c) Maulana Mehmood ul Hassan

(d) Shabir Ahmand Usmani

93. Refresher courses for teacher education in secondary level are conducted by

(a) State Institutes of Education

(b) Academic Staff Colleges

(c) National Institute of Education

(d) National Council for Teacher Education

94. The NEP 2020 replace the

(a) National Education Policy (NEP), 1986

(b) National Policy on Education, 1968

(c) Both (a) and (b) 

d. None of the Above

95. On how many weeks, an academic year must be consisting?

(a) 40

(b) 41

(c) 46

(d) None of these

96. Emergency leave of teacher must be lessened from 20 to _____.

(a) 8

(b) 17

(c) 5

(d) None of these

97. The syllabus of Secondary Education must consist of _____ and Elective subjects.

(a) Compulsory

(b) Selective

(c) Elementary

(d) Optional

98. For the guidance of teachers they should take ______ by and by that would introduce new teaching methodologies to them.

(a) Teaching Courses

(b) Refresher Courses

(c) Vocational Courses

(d) None of These

99. Vivekananda was a

(a) Religious guru

(b) Poet

(c) Philosopher

(d) All of the above

100. ERIC which sponsors research projects in education is a unit of


(b) NCTE

(c) UGC

(d) All of the above 0 0 0.

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