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Question number: 336

» Construction and Development of Curriculum » Formative » For SET

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In formative evaluation: (November PAPER - III)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The learners are evaluated through both internal and external examinations

b.

The evaluation focusses on processes and as such it is conducted on a continuous basis

c.

The examination is held after the end of the academic session

d.

Questions set in all examinations are framed in different forms

Question number: 337

» Sociological Foundations of Education » Relationship of Sociology and Education » Education and the Community Wrt Indian Society

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Which of the following society will promote caste loyalty? (November PAPER - II)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Closed society

b.

Society in flux

c.

Open society

d.

Merit based society

Question number: 338

» Psychological Foundations of Education » Intelligence » Its Theories and Measurement

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Which of the following types of intelligence reaches an optimal development ceiling? (November PAPER - II)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Social intelligence

b.

Spiritual intelligence

c.

Emotional intelligence

d.

Cognitive intelligence

Question number: 339

» Psychological Foundations of Education » Learning and Motivation » Pavlov's Classical and Skinner's Operant Conditioning

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Which of the following is designated as an independent variable in classical conditioning? (November PAPER - III)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Choice of unconditioned and conditioned stimulus (US and CS)

b.

Strength of conditioned response (CR)

c.

Number of pairings as CS and US (conditioned and unconditioned stimulus)

d.

Amplitude or latency of response

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