MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2


MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

Q. Choose the correct option from the alternatives given below each question.

101. MOOC stands for

(a) Massive Open Online Course

(b) Massive Online Objective Course

(c) Massive Online Open Course

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

102. Schools established on__________basis must be registered.

(a) Educational

(b) Economical

(c) Commercial

(d) Mercantile

Ans: (c)

103. Government should make_________responsible to allot land for schools.

(a) Developmental Authority

(b) Provincial Authority

(c) Divisional Authority

(d) Secondary Educational Board

Ans: (a)

104. Until and unless primary education is not extended to the 8th class, Secondary Education has to be divided into two classes, namely.

(a) Elementary and Secondary Education

(b) Primary and Secondary Education

(c) Secondary and Higher Secondary Education

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

105. One of the objectives of Secondary Education is to encourage individuals to struggle for the social_____of the country.

(a) Expansion

(b) Development

(c) Training

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

106. For which class of people secondary schools are recommended to be constructed?

(a) Higher Class

(b) Middle Class

(c) Upper Class

(d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

107. The statement by the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi that a new education would be made so as to Prepare Indians for the 21st Century in the year

(a) 1996

(b) 1985

(c) 1987

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

108. All levels of education are provided from the nursery to the University stage in

(a) Brahmo Samaj

(b) Shantiniketan

(c) Ashram at Puducherry

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

109. The following attributes would correctly define learning

(a) Understanding, imagination and workmanship

(b) Belief, creativity, and endurance

(c) Change of behaviour, practice and experience

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

4110. Elective subjects must be divided into further groups so students can select the subjects of their choice that can enable them to adopt________accordingly.

(a) Occupation

(b) Higher studies

(c) University

(d) Syllabus

Ans: (a)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies-2

111. The students of Secondary Education should have a sense of cooperation, ______, self-control, and hard work.

(a) Responsibility

(b) Integrity

(c) Worthiness

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

112. Vivekanand was a

(a) Religious guru

(b) Poet

(c) Philosopher

(d) All of the above

Ans: (d)

113. Annie Besant inspired the opening of schools in many cities in

(a) End of the nineteenth century

(b) End twentieth-century

(c) Early nineteenth century

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

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


(b) NCTE

(c) UGC (d) All of the above

Ans: (a)

115. The mid-day meal program for Pr. Schools were initiated with a view to

(a) Involve community

(b) Increase the employment

(c) Increase enrolment

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

116.  How many grant the Government should give to the institutes consisting of building and staff?

(a) 50%

(b) 20%

(c) 10%

(d) None of above

Ans: (b)

117. ____ must be taught Agricultural Economics and arts.

(a) Girls

(b) Boys

(c) Women

(d) All above

Ans: (a)

118. How many branches of high schools for the upper classes should be there?

(a) 2

(b) 5

(c) 4

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

119. Secondary Education Should be accountable for the complete progress and to ______ a student’s personality.

(a) Deteriorate

(b) Develop

(c) Degenerate

(d) Refine

Ans: (d)

120. The opinion aims  to produce men who possess both cultures and expect knowledge given by

(a) Montessori

(b) Froebel

(c) Prof. A.H. Whitehead

(d) None Of These

Ans: (c)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies-2

121. The National flagship program of education (SSA) aims at

(a) Universalization of Secondary Education

(b) Special Education in Primary Schools

(c) Universalization of Elementary Education

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

122. Being a citizen, a student must be prepared for the needs of ______ life.

(a) Life

(b) Education

(c) Jobs

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

123. The 1968 national policy of teacher education adopted by the Indian Government laid stress on the following aspects of teacher education

(a) Travel allowance and family pensions for teachers

(b) Promotion and retirement facilities for teachers

(c) Adequate emoluments and academic freedom for teachers

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

124. Article 45 under the Directive Principles of State policy in the Indian Constitution, provides for

(a) Rights of minorities to establish educational institutions

(b) Giving financial assistance to less advanced states

(c) Free and compulsory primary education

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

You May Like:

  1. MCQs on Indian Education Policies 1
  2. MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2
  3. MCQs on Indian Education Policies 3
  4. MCQs on Indian Education Policies 4

125. In ancient India religions and moral aims were dominated by

(a) Kshatriya system of education

(b) Brahmnic system of education

(c) Both a & b

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

126. The topic method in education should be interpreted

(a) a substitute for the project method of teaching

(b) a method of development of the syllabus in a subject

(c) a method suited better for arts subjects as compared to science subjects

(d) a concentric approach to teaching the classroom

Ans: (a)

127. The intellectual aim in education was emphasized in

(a) Franch

(b) India

(c) Greek

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

128. The __________ of all private schools must be considered obligatory.

(a) Support

(b) Support

(c) Registration

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

129. How many weeks, an academic year must be consisting?

(a) 40

(b) 41

(c) 46

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

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

(a) 8

(b) 17

(c) 5

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

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

(a) Compulsory

(b) Selective

(c) Elementary

(d) Optional

Ans: (a)

132. How much the duration of Secondary Education is recommended?

(a) 7 years

(b) 4 years

(c) 1 year

(d) None of these

Ans: (b)

133. Secondary Education should enable a person to get knowledge of scientific______ and inventions.

(a) Discoveries

(b) Creations

(c) Conventions

(d) None of above

Ans: (a)

134. Who had observed that the art of education would never attain clearness in itself without philosophy? He was

(a) M.K. Gandhi

(b) Gautam Buddha

(c) Fichte

(d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

135. In today’s society schools should give

(a) Ornamental base

(b) Vocational base

(c) Both a & b

(d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

136. Every system of education is based on?

(a) Ideology of nation

(b) Social development

(c) Intellectual development

(d) Skill development

Ans: (a)

137. The word ‘philosophy’ is derived from?

(a) Alpha and Amphia

(b) Phila and Sophia

(c) Sila and Sophia

(d) Neo and Latvia

Ans: (b)

138. Expected life outcomes from education are referred as?

(a) Learning

(b) Evaluation

(c) Aims

(d) Pedagogy

Ans: (c)

139. If we believe in the dualistic theory of the mind versus body nature of man, have to arrive at the consequence that

(a) Education is purely a matter of mental training and development of the self

(b) Education is mechanization in process and theoretical development

(c) Learning is purely a matter of material changes in the behavior of man

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

140. The National Educational Policy of 1979, recommended also about the public schools

(a) their uniqueness and traditions have to preserve the interests of the best talents of the country

(b) the suitable ratio has to be maintained for admission of middle-class and poor students also

(c) they must be allowed the autonomy that was bestowed on them by the past system of education

(d) they should be brought under laws and regulations of the government’s public education system

Ans: (b)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

141. Regarding co-education at the secondary stage, the 1952-53 Education Commission suggested that

(a) To maintain separate schools for boys and girls

(b) The situation in our country warrants the establishment of more boys’ schools than co-educational school

(c) To start, resources, in several states could not afford

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

142. Arya Samaj was founded by

(a) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

(b) Kabir

(c) Swami Dayanand Sarswati

(a) None of these

Ans: (c)

143. Disadvantaged sections of society consist of

I. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

II. Women

III. Physically handicapped

IV. Rural people

(a) Only I, II and III

(b) Only II, III and IV

(c) Only I, II and IV

(d) All the above

Ans: (d)

144. Which of the following committees recommended for improvement of the Teacher Education Programme?

(a) Reddy Committee

(b) Mehrotra Committee

(c) Ramamurti Committee

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

145. Education should make students take interest in literature, culture, and___________.

(a) Traditions

(b) Studies

(c) Sports

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

146. The income of the school must be acquired from three resources-Fee Management, Governments, and funds with the proportion of________.

(a) 60:40%

(b) 80:30%

(c) 60:20%

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

147. In every Division, there must be Public schools along with ________schools.

(a) Pre-Academic

(b) Academic

(c) Primary

(d) Elementary


148. Secondary Education lies under the category of.

(a) 9th to 12th class

(b) 10th to 12th class

(c) 16th to 8th class

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

149. Swami Vivekanand was famous for speaking on

(a) Gita

(b) Vedanta

(c) Bible

(d) None of these

Ans: (a)

150. Ahimsa & Truth in Gandhiji’s opinion is

(a) Have no relation between the two

(b) Truthfulness

(c) Two sides of a coin

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

151. Being the science of wisdom philosophy aims at?

(a) Search for Activity

(b) Search for Reality

(c) Search for Probability

(d) Search for Utility

Ans: (b)

152. 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

Ans: (b)

153. The Deoband Academy was totally?

(a) Personal

(b) Government

(c) Non-government

(d) Semi government


154. The Deoband movement used curriculum revision as?

(a) Motive

(b) Need

(c) Agreement

(d) Improvement

Ans: (a)

155. The Ulma of Deobond played a vital role in?

(a) Spreading English cultures

(b) Struggle for independence

(c) Awarding scholarship

(d) Science Education

Ans: (b)

156. The Deoband was established in?

(a) 1857

(b) 1867

(c) 1885

(d) 1866

Ans: (b)

157. The salient features of the Deoband movement was?

(a) English system of education

(b) Proliferation of science

(c) Revival of the religious spirit

(d) Literature

Ans: (c)

158. The Deoband movement ignored?

(a) Science

(b) Philosophy

(c) Logic

(d) Religion

Ans: (a)

159. M.A.O High school was established in?

(a) 1857

(b) 1865

(c) 1875

(d) 1885

Ans: (c)

160. M. A. O. High school was given the rank of college in?

(a) 1864

(b) 1877

(c) 1889

(d) 1842

Ans: (b)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

161. Scientific society was established by?

(a) Sir Allama Iqbal

(b) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan

(c) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar

(d) Quad e Azam

Ans: (b)

162. M.A.O college was elevated to Aligarh university in?

(a) 1854

(b) 1846

(c) 1940

(d) 1920

Ans: (d)

163. The major impact of the Aligarh movement was?

(a) Political training

(b) Teaching of English

(c) Social activities

(d) Religious activities

Ans: (a)

164. Nadva Tul Ulema was established in?

(a) Dehli

(b) Lucknow

(c) Deoban

(d) Aligarh

Ans: (b)

165. Nadua Tul Ulema was established on the initiative of?

(a) Maulana Sibli Nomani

(b) Sir Syed Ahmad khan

(c) Caliph Hamid-ud-din

(d) Molana Ali Johar

Ans: (a)

166. The first administrator of Nadva Tul Ulema was?

(a) Molana Shibli Nomani

(b) Sir Syed Ahmad khan

(c) Molana Ali Johar

(d) Molana M. Ali Mangheri

Ans: (a)

167. The major objective of the Aligarh movement was to promote?

(a) Education

(b) Hatred for Hinds

(c) Scientific look

(d) Literacy

Ans: (c)

168. Which one was not among the purposes of the Aligarh movement?

(a) To reduce hatred of British

(b) To propose Muslims to learn English

(c) To prepare Muslims against Hindus

(d) To prepare Muslims to learn science

Ans: (c)

169. Jamia Millia Islamia was established on?

(a) 1900

(b) 1930

(c) 1974

(d) 1962

Ans: (b)

170. Jamia Millia Islamia was established by?

(a) Sir syed Ahmad khan

(b) Moulana shaukat ali johar

(c) Hakeem ajmal

(d) Moulana M. Ali Johar

Ans: (d)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

171. In Jamia Milllia, the medium of instruction was?

(a) English

(b) Arabic

(c) Sanskrit

(d) Urdu

Ans: (d)

172. In Jamia Millia, the translation of the Holy Quran was taught as?

(a) Stage 1

(b) Stage 2

(c) Stage 3

(d) Stage 4

Ans: (a)

173. Jamia Millia could not become popular among Muslims due to its opposition to?

(a) Hindus

(b) British

(c) Two-nation theory

(d) Tehrik-e-khilafat

Ans: (c)

174. Jamia Millia emphasized on?

(a) Religious education

(b) Science Education

(c) Both a and b

(d) None of these

Ans: (c)

175. Anjman Himayat-e-Islam was established in?

(a) Lahore

(b) Lucknow

(c) Delhi

(d) Calcutta

Ans: (a)

176. The founder of Anjman Hamayat-e-Islam was ?

(a) Sir Syed Ahmad khan

(b) Caliph Hamid-ud-din

(c) Maulana Shibli Nomani

(d) Allam Iqbal

Ans: (b)

177. Nadva tul ulema was established on?

(a) 1894

(b) 1852

(c) 1864

(d) 1879

Ans: (a)

178. Education conference 1947 was held in?

(a) Peshawar

(b) Lahore

(c) Quetta

(d) Karachi

Ans: (d)

179. Education conference 1947 was presided by?

(a) Quaid e Azam

(b) Fazalur Rehman

(c) Liaqat Ali Khan

(d) Abdul Rub Nishtar

Ans: (b)

180. Objectives of education under the education conference 1947 were?

(a) Conformity with the Ideology of life

(b) Economic development

(c) Character formation

(d) All of above

Ans: (a)MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

181. National Education Policy 1970 was headed by?

(a) Fazlur Rehman

(b) S.M Sharif

(c) Noor Khan

(d) Abdul Hafeez Pirzada

Ans: (d)

182. Private educational institutions were nationalized under?

(a) Education conference 1947

(b) National Education Commission 1959

(c) National education policy 1970

(d) Natural education policy 1972

Ans: (c)

183. According to the recommendations of the Indian Education Commission, govt. took the responsibility of?

(a) Primary education

(b) Secondary education

(c) Religious education

(d) Higher education

Ans: (a)

184. The Council of Technical Education was recommended to establish under?

(a) Education conference 1947

(b) National Education Commission 1959

(c) National education policy 1970

(d) Natural education policy 1972

Ans: (a)

185. National Education Commission 1959 was established under the headship of ?

(a) Fazalur Rhman

(b) Liaqat Ali khan

(c) S.M Sharif

(d) Abdul Rub Nishtar

Ans: (a)

186. Objectives of education under the National Education Commission 1959 were?

(a) Spiritual values

(b) Ideology of Pakistan

(c) Development of individuality

(d) All of the above

Ans: (a)

187. Text Book Board was recommended to establish under the?

(a) Education conference 1947

(b) National Education Commission 1959

(c) National education policy 1970

(d) Natural education policy 1972

Ans: (b)

188. Under National Education Policy 1972, free education was recommended up to class.

(a) 5

(b) 12

(c) 10

(d) 18

Ans: (c)

189. Open University was established under the policy.

(a) 1972

(b) 1985

(c) 1964

(d) 1932

Ans: (a)

190. Charter Act was presented in ?

(a) 1800

(b) 1813

(c) 1800

(d) 1820

Ans: (b)

MCQs on Indian Education Policies-2

191. According to the Charter Act of 1813, education is the responsibility of?

(a) Governor

(b) East India Company

(c) Madarus

(d) Local Govt

Ans: (b)

192. The amount set apart by East India Company for educational purposes will be RS.?

(a) 100000

(b) 15000

(c) 1400

(d) 12000

Ans: (a)

193. Lord Macaulay/Bentick Resolution was passed in?

(a) 1852

(b) 1835

(c) 1946

(d) 1742

Ans: (b)

194. Which is not the characteristic of Lord Macaulay’s Report?

(a) Revival of Eastern knowledge

(b) Proliferation of western knowledge

(c) English an instruction medium

(d) All of above

Ans: (a)

195. According to Lord Macaulay, one purpose of education was?

(a) To develop moral values

(b) To produce clerks

(c) Intellectual development

(d) Physical development

Ans: (b)

196. The objective of education according to the Charter act was?

(a) Islamic education

(b) Technical Education

(c) Preaching Christianity

(d) Preaching Hinduism

Ans: (c)

197. The medium of instruction for the promotion of scientific knowledge according to the charter Act will be?

(a) Urdu

(b) Hindi

(c) English

(d) Sanskrit

Ans: (c)

198. The Charter Act of East India Company was renewed in?

(a) 1833

(b) 1844

(c) 1855

(d) 1952

Ans: (a)

199. East India Company could not implement Charter Act for?

(a) 5 years

(b) 10 years

(c) 8 years

(d) 4 years

Ans: (b)

200. Charles Wood Dispatch was presented in?

(a) 1854

(b) 1833

(c) 1854

(d) 1920

Ans: (c) 0 0 0.

MCQs on Indian Education Policies 2

You May Like:

  1. B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 1
  2. B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 2
  3. B Ed Entrance Test Practice Que Paper 3
  4. B Ed Entrance Test Sample Que Paper 1
  5. B Ed Entrance Test Sample Que Paper 2
  6. B Ed Entrance Test Sample Que Paper 3

Some Books For Students:

  1. Advertisement Writing
  2. Amplification Writing
  3. Note Making
  4. Paragraph Writing
  5. Notice Writing
  6. Passage Comprehension
  7. The Art of Poster Writing
  8. The Art of Letter Writing
  9. Report Writing
  10. Story Writing
  11. Substance Writing
  12. School Essays Part-I
  13. School Essays Part-II
  14. School English Grammar Part-I
  15. School English Grammar Part-II..

Related Search:

  1. National Education Policies MCQ
  2. National Policies of Education MCQs
  3. MCQs on Ancient Indian History
  4. MCQs on Medieval Indian History
  5. MCQs on World History
  6. MCQs on Modern Indian History
  7. MCQs on Politics
  8. MCQs on Reasoning Abilities
  9. MCQs on Numerical Abilities
  10. MCQs on Mathematics
  11. MCQs on Psychology
  12. MCQs on English Grammar
Previous articleMCQs on Indian Education Policies 3
Next articleMCQs on Indian Education Policies 1



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here