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Question number: 2709

» Research Methods » Positivism and Post Positivism » New 2019

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Consider the following statements about Comte’s Three Stages in Positivism,

1. Polytheism is succeeded by Monotheism.

2. Fetishism is succeeded by Polytheism

Which of the above statements are correct?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

2

b.

1

c.

1 and 2

d.

Neither 1 nor 2

Question number: 2710

» Education in India » Educational Reforms in India

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Which one of the following is not considered a part of technical education in India?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Medical

b.

Management

c.

Pharmaceutical

d.

Aeronautical

Question number: 2711

» Teaching Aptitude » Evaluation

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In a school, in which there are large number of failures, you may like to develop test for eliminating those who are likely to have substantial difficulties in meeting the academic goals of teaching. For this you need to develop test which should be able to predict the individual’s ability or readiness to undertake the study of a school subject successfully. What is the name of such tests?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Analytical tests

b.

Achievement tests

c.

Attitude tests

d.

Prognostic tests

Question number: 2712

» Research Methods » Positivism and Post Positivism » New 2019

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Consider the following statements about the practitioners of Post-Positivism,

1. Positivists follow the philosophy of Constructivism.

2. Post-Positivists follow the philosophy of Reductionism.

Which of the above statements are incorrect?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

2

b.

1 and 2

c.

1

d.

Neither 1 nor 2

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