ICDS Supervisor in Women and Child Development - Question Paper and Answer Key


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Question Code : 002/2020

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ICDS Supervisor in Women and Child Development

Date of Test : 04/01/2020

1. Pellagra is caused due to the deficiency of
 (A) Thiamine
 (B) Riboflavin
 (C) Niacin
 (D) Folic acid

2. RDA for iron for an adult Indian woman
 (A) 17 mg/d
 (B) 21 mg/d
 (C) 28 mg/d
 (D) 35 mg/d

3. Fatty liver is a characteristic feature of
 (A) Kwashiorkor 
  (B) Marasmus
 (C) Beri-beri
 (D) Pregnancy

4. Which of the following is not an activity of NIN ?
 (A) Clinical studies
 (B) Community studies
 (C) Supplementary nutrition 
 (D) Teaching programmes

5. Which of the following is a condition, not associated with uncontrolled diabetes ?
 (A) Loss of electrolytes
 (B) Dehydration
 (C) Necrosis of liver cells
 (D) Glycosuria

6. Egg is used in cookery as
 (A) Emulsifier 
 (B) Shortening
 (C) Additive
 (D) Preservative
7. A food rich in Omega3 fatty acids
 (A) Fruits
 (B) Vegetables
 (C) Nuts 
 (D) Meat

8. S.N.F of standard milk is
 (A) 4.5%
 (B) 5%
 (C) 8.5%
 (D) 9%

9. Gluten is derived from
 (A) Maize
 (B) Wheat
 (C) Soyabean
 (D) Rice

10. Pectins are
 (A) Soluble fibre
 (B) Insoluble fibre
 (C) Starch
 (D) Resistant starch

11. Mass approach in communication can be obtained through
 (A) Trainings
 (B) Exhibitions
 (C) Panel discussions
 (D) Group discussions

12. An outline of activities so arranged as to enable efficient execution of the entire programme
 (A) Time plan
 (B) Flow chart
 (C) Plan of work
 (D) Time schedule

13. An example of non-projected visual aid
 (A) Flash card
 (B) Slide
 (C) Over head projector
 (D) Film strip

14. Non-formal education is
 (A) Organised
 (B) Institutionalised
 (C) Chronologically graded
 (D) Heirarchically structured

15. Mid Day Meal Programme for school children aged between 6-11 years(primary classes) must provide per day
 (A) 450 kCals and 20 g protein
 (B) 450 kCals and 12 g protein
 (C) 700 kCals and 12 g protein
 (D) 700 kCals and 20 g protein

16. The enzyme present in saliva
 (A) Ptyalin
 (B) Bile
 (C) Gastrin
 (D) Pepsin

17. An accessory sex organ in male
 (A) Fallopian tube
 (B) Clitoris
 (C) Epididymis
 (D) Gamete

18. The opening of the aorta and pulmonary artery is guarded by
 (A) Semilunar valves
 (B) Bicuspid valve
 (C) Tricuspid valve
 (D) Mitral valve

19. Which of the following is not a fermented food ?
 (A) Tempeh
 (B) Curd
 (C) Beer
 (D) Chapathi

20. Name a protozoal disease
 (A) Amoebic dysentry
 (B) Leprosy
 (C) Cholera
 (D) Syphilis

21. Participatory approach of child rearing where children are helped by parents/teachers on taking decisions about various things
 (A) Permissive pattern
 (B) Democratic pattern
 (C) Authoritarian pattern
 (D) Submissive pattern

22. Language development in children is promoted through
 (A) Solitary play
 (B) Parallel play
 (C) Story telling
 (D) Sleeping

23. Immunisation given to children against Tuberculosis
 (A) BCG
 (B) DPT
 (C) MMR
 (D) HTB

24. Which among the following is not a reflex present at the time of birth ?
 (A) Rooting reflex
 (B) Sucking reflex
 (C) Moro reflex
 (D) Knee- jerk reflex when tapped

25. Physical and psychological readiness of the children to enter school is necessary as it
 (A) Affects the parent’s economic capacity
 (B) Aesthetic values
 (C) Affects his personality
 (D) Affects the education system

26. Identify the Sociologist, who coined the term primary group
 (A) Auguste Comte
 (B) Morris Ginsberg
 (C) Gisbert
 (D) C.H. Cooley.

27. _________ is the most essential and basic type of socialization.
 (A) Secondary socialization
 (B) Re-socialization
 (C) Primary socialization
 (D) Adult socialization

28. Joined together and working together for a common goal is generally called ________
 (A) Accommodation
 (B) Conflict
 (C) Assimilation
 (D) Co-operation

29. Among the following which one is not a characteristics of joint family ?
 (A) Common property and holdings
 (B) Living in same roof and using of same hearth
 (C) Common worship and kindered together
 (D) Individuality and achieved status

30. “Illom” is an example of
 (A) Patriarchal Joint family
 (B) Patriarchal Nuclear family
 (C) Matriarchal Joint family
 (D) Matriarchal Nuclear family

31. POCSO Act was enacted by the parliament in the year
 (A) 2016
 (B) 2014
 (C) 2012
 (D) 2018

32. Gerontology is the study of _______
 (A) Aspects of Aging
 (B) Aspects of Marriage
 (C) Aspects of women
 (D) Aspects of youth

33. “Vimukthi” is a Kerala government mission for awareness against
 (A) Domestic violence
 (B) Bonded labour
 (C) Deaddiction
 (D) Juvenile Delinquency

34. MinaMata is a disease caused by the release of the chemical
 (A) Arsenic
 (B) Chlorine
 (C) Mercury
 (D) Lead

35. The venue of first earth Summit
 (A) Kyoto, Japan
 (B) Rome, Italy
 (C) Doha, Qatar
 (D) Rio Dejaneiro, Brazil

36. Community Development Programme launched in
 (A) 1951
 (B) 1952
 (C) 1954
 (D) 1948

37. National Consumer Day is observed on
 (A) December 24
 (B) January 24
 (C) October 10
 (D) November 24

38. November Social distance in a city is due to:
 (A) The size of city
 (B) The distance between residences
 (C) The social heterogeneity
 (D) The traffic problem in city

39. The first woman Prime Minister in the world
 (A) Sirimavo Bandaranaike
 (B) Margaret Thather
 (C) Indira Gandhi
 (D) Golda Meir

40. According to 2011, census female sex ratio in India
 (A) 940
 (B) 943
 (C) 1084
 (D) 1053

41. Name the social activist who lead the historical struggle against MNC Coco Cola
 (A) Gomathy
 (B) Mayilemma
 (C) Medha Patkar
 (D) Vandana Shiva

42. Nirbhaya Act came into force on
 (A) April 3, 2010
 (B) April 3, 2015
 (C) April 3, 2013
 (D) April 3, 2016

43. The first transgender school in India has opened in
 (A) Kolkata
 (B) Mumbai
 (C) Nagarcoil
 (D) Kochi

44. Which among the following is not a method of primary data collection ?
 (A) Observation
 (B) Interview
 (C) Experimentation
 (D) Content Analysis

45. The well known ethnological work, “Remembered village” is wriiten by
 (A) G.S. Ghurye
 (B) M.N. Srinivas
 (C) A.R. Desai
 (D) Gail Omvedt

46. The small scale preliminary study conducted in order to understand the feasibility of actual study is known as
 (A) Focus study
 (B) Case study
 (C) Pre- test
 (D) Pilot study

47. Set of questions which are asked and filled by the interviewer in a face to face interview with another person is known as
 (A) Schedule
 (B) Questionnaire
 (C) Check list
 (D) Field Diar

48. Which among the following is not a quality of case study ?
 (A) Indepth investigation
 (B) Versatility
 (C) Wholistic understanding
 (D) Studying complex phenomena

49. Name the dam in Narmada River which allegedly causing displacement of thousands of tribal people in Gujarat ?
 (A) Sardar Sarovar Dam
 (B) Tehri Dam
 (C) Nagarjuna sagar Dam
 (D) Hirakud Dam

50. Identify the name given to the tropical cyclone that hit Kerala coastal lines during December, 2017.
 (A) Gaja
 (B) Okhi
 (C) Tsunami
 (D) Fani

51. A special award has been constituted which is given for Best Reporting on Women in Panchayati Raj. What is the name of that award ?
 (A) Nari Ratna award
 (B) Indira Gandhi Award
 (C) Sarojini Naidu Award
 (D) Mother Teresa Award

52. ‘Gender difference’ denotes an analytical framework in which,
 (A) biological differences between sexes are explained.
 (B) political and economic differences among women are explained.
 (C) social and ideological differences between white and racial differences of women are explained.
 (D) social and ideological differences between sexes are explained.

53. ‘Tarawad’ is a matrilineal joint family found in the State of
 (A) Tamil Nadu
 (B) Kerala
 (C) Karnataka
 (D) Assam

54. Maya and John are unmarried, live together, and have no children. They are a
 (A) Nuclear family
 (B) Extended family
 (C) Cohabiting couple
 (D) Progressive couple

55. A whirlwind relationship that begins the day a couple meets and quickly results in
cohabitation or engagement followed by marriage is called
 (A) Romantic love
 (B) Fatuous love
 (C) Consummate
 (D) None of these

56. Which of the following are most likely to be involved in domestic violence ?
 (A) Older men
 (B) Adolescents of both sexes
 (C) Older women
 (D) Young adults of both sexes

57. A long-term use of cocaine may develop symptoms of other psychological disorders such as,
 (A) major depression
 (B) social phobia
 (C) eating disorders
 (D) All of these

58. The alcohol intoxicated individual has less cognitive capacity available to process all ongoing information and so alcohol acts to narrow attention and means that the drinker process fewer cues less level. This is known as...
 (A) Alcohol myopia
 (B) Alcohol Dependency
 (C) Alcohol Abuse
 (D) Alcoholic addiction

59. _________ takes many forms, ranging from emotional abuse by family and caretakers to sexual and other forms of physical abuse, and includes financial scams.
 (A) Elder abuse
 (B) Domestic violence
 (C) Reckless assault
 (D) Heat of passion crimes

60. Definition of domestic violence is provided under _______
 (A) Section 3
 (B) Section 2(e)
 (C) Section 2(f)
 (D) Section 2(h)

61. Which shall be a Competent Court to try the cases pertaining to Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 ?
 (A) Family court
 (B) The court of district magistrate
 (C) The court of JMFC
 (D) The court of special judge

62. Protection of women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 came into force from,
 (A) 26 September, 2005
 (B) 26 October, 2006
 (C) 26 October, 2005
 (D) 13 September, 2006

63. What type of unemployment is found in the agriculture sector of India ?
 (A) Disguised Unemployment
 (B) Voluntary unemployment
 (C) Frictional unemployment
 (D) None of the above

64. _________ launched in 2015 has an objective of enabling a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood.
 (A) Start Up India Scheme
 (B) Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)
 (C) Training of Rural Youth for Self-Employment
 (D) None of these

65. Which of the following is not considered as a social indicator of poverty ?
 (A) Less number of means of transport
 (B) Illiteracy level
 (C) Lack of access to health care
 (D) Lack of job opportunities.

66. The Concept of’entitlements’ was introduced by:
 (A) Pranab Mukharjee
 (B) Amartya Sen
 (C) Manmohan Singh
 (D) Narendra Modi

67. In which year was N R E G A enacted ?
 (A) 2005
 (B) 2006
 (C) 2004
 (D) 2003

68. Who conducts the periodical sample survey for estimating the poverty line in India ?
 (A) Statistical Institute of India
 (B) National Sample Survey Organisation
 (C) Sample Survey Organisation
 (D) None of these

69. High level radioactive waste can be managed in which of the following ways ?
 (A) Dumping in sealed containers
 (B) Open dumping
 (C) Incineration
 (D) None of these

70. Ashok Mehta Committee in 1977 recommended for the establishment of :
 (A) Nagar Panchayat
 (B) Panchayat Samiti
 (C) Village Panchayat
 (D) Mandal Panchayat

71. In the Indian Constitution, which type of the Sabha is mentioned under Panchayat Raj-
 (A) District Sabha
 (B) Gram Sabha
 (C) Nagar Panchayat Sabha
 (D) Zila Sabha

72. Under Constitutional Article 243, what is the meaning of Panchayat _______
 (A) Self Gram Panchayat Raj
 (B) Panchayat of Government
 (C) Self Government
 (D) None of these

73. How many posts are reserved for women at all levels in Panchayati raj system ?
 (A) 1/3
 (B) 1/2
 (C) 2/3
 (D) 1/4

74. Prohibition of child labour is dealt by the article ______
 (A) 24
 (B) 27
 (C) 26
 (D) None of these

75. Sociogenic ageing based on _______.
 (A) Social problems on ageing
 (B) Social hierarchy of aged
 (C) Folklore, prejudices and stereotypes about age .
 (D) None of these

76. Fear of open places is called _______.
 (A) Agoraphobia
 (B) Algophobia
 (C) Acrophobia
 (D) Aerophobia

77. The ability to perceive objects or events that do not directly stimulate your sense organs
 (A) Telepathy
 (B) Precognition
 (C) Clairvoyance
 (D) Psychokinesis

78. Prosopagnosia is the inability to detect familiar _______.
 (A) Sound
 (B) Place
 (C) Object
 (D) Face

79. The variable that is measured in an experiment is _________.
 (A) Independent variable
 (B) Dependent variable
 (C) Extraneous variable
 (D) Secondary variable

80. Procedural memory is otherwise known as _______.
 (A) Explicit memory
 (B) Implicit memory
 (C) Episodic memory
 (D) Semantic memory

81. The form of conditioning in which the Conditioned Stimulus (CS) and the Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) begin and end at the same time is called ________
 (A) Reconditioning
 (B) Extinction
 (C) Simultaneous conditioning
 (D) Backward conditioning

82. Wilhelm Wundt founded the first laboratory of Psychology in Germany in the year
 (A) 1879
 (B) 1897
 (C) 1789
 (D) 1779

83. ________ lobe is associated with vision.
 (A) Frontal
 (B) Temporal
 (C) Parietal
 (D) Occipital

84. Our tendency to think of using objects only as they have been used in the past
 (A) Schema
 (B) Mental Set
 (C) Functional fixedness
 (D) Analogy

85. Maslow refers to physiological, safety and social needs as _______.
 (A) Esteem needs
 (B) Self actualization needs
 (C) Growth needs
 (D) Deficiency needs

86. Negative symptom in Schizophrenia
 (A) Hallucination
 (B) Delusion
 (C) Avolition
 (D) Disorganized behaviour

87. Example of odd and eccentric behaviour
 (A) Schizoid
 (B) Borderline
 (C) Avoidant
 (D) Histrionic

88. A visual cue based on comparison of the size of an unknown object to object of known size is ________.
 (A) Visual acuity
 (B) Monocular cue
 (C) Binocular cue
 (D) Relative size

89. Who proposed Triarchic Theory of Intelligence ?
 (A) Cattell
 (B) Gardner
 (C) Sternberg
 (D) Spearman

90. DSM IV TR was published in the year
 (A) 1987
 (B) 1994
 (C) 2000
 (D) 2013

91. Titchner was associated with
 (A) Structuralism
 (B) Functionalism
 (C) Behaviourism
 (D) Humanistic Psychology

92. Neuron that carry information from sense organs to spinal cord
 (A) Efferent
 (B) Afferent
 (C) Connector
 (D) Interneuron

93. Smaller and faster brain waves indicating mental activity
 (A) Beta
 (B) Alpha
 (C) Theta
 (D) Delta

94. An example of concept that closely matches the defining characteristic of the concept
 (A) Heuristic
 (B) Idea
 (C) Rule
 (D) Prototype

95. Part of personality that acts as moral center
 (A) Id
 (B) Ego
 (C) Super ego
 (D) Eros

96. The basic unit of sound in language is
 (A) Syntax
 (B) Morphemes
 (C) Semantic
 (D) Phonemes

97. Tendency of certain kinds of information to enter long term memory with little or no effortful encoding
 (A) Flashbulb memory
 (B) Constructive processing
 (C) Retrieval
 (D) Automatic encoding

98. A Gestalt Principle of perception, the tendency to complete figure that are incomplete is
 (A) Proximity
 (B) Closure
 (C) Continuity
 (D) Similarity

99. Type of thinking in which a person starts from one point and comes up with many different ideas and possibilities based on that point
 (A) Divergent thinking
 (B) Convergent thinking
 (C) Creativity
 (D) Insight

100. Which one of the following is not a projective technique ?
 (A) Rorschach inkblot test
 (C) Sentence completion test
 (D) TAT

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