Higher Secondary School Teacher in Philosophy Question Paper and Answer Key

Question Paper Code: 54/2022/OL
Category Code: 487/2019
Exam: Higher Secondary School Teacher in Philosophy
Date of Test 29-07-2022
Department Kerala Higher Secondary Education
Alphacode A

Question1:-which of the following statements match with the philosophy of Ramanuja?
i)     Shesa, Garuda and Visvaksena are different types of souls
ii)    Individual soul is prakara of God
iii)   Emotional love of God is the highest bhakti
iv)   Prabhakti and bhakti are two forms of bhakti
A:-Only i
B:-Both i and ii
C:-Only iii and iv
D:-i, ii and iv
Answer:- Option-D

Question2:-Identify the true or false statements connected with nyaya epistemology.
i)     If you mistake the shell for silver, it is an example of tarka
ii)    If you recall the shell you seen, it is an example of memory
iii)   If you are not sure whether it is a human or animal, it is Samshaya
iv)   If you saying that if there were no rain, them ground would not wet, it is an example of viparayaya
A:-i and iii are true
B:-i and iv are false
C:-ii and iii are false
D:-iv and iii are true
Answer:- Option-B

Question3:-Identify the text that mentioned about Charvaka
i)     Mahabharata
ii)    Manusamhita
iii)   Prabodhachandrodaya
iv)   Ramayana
A:-i only
B:-i and ii
C:-iii only
D:-All the above
Answer:- Option-D

Question4:-Who is the author of Mahayanabhidharmasangiti-Shastra?
Answer:- Option-B

Question5:-Which aspect of Brahman is considered not as the cause of destruction of the World?
i)     Savisesha
ii)    Nishprapancha
iii)   All comprehensive
iv)   Anirvachaniya
A:-i only
B:-ii and iii only
C:-ii only
D:-ii, iii and iv
Answer:- Option-D

Question6:-The best devotee in Bhagavat Gita is known as
Answer:- Option-C

Question7:-Identify Artha naya in Jainism
A:-Shabda-naya, Evambhuta-naya, Samabiruda-naya, Rjusutra naya
B:-Naigama-naya, Evambhuta-naya, Vyavahara-naya, Samgraha-naya
C:-Naigama-naya, Sangraha-naya, Vyavahara-naya, Rjusutra naya
D:-Shabda-naya, Naigama-naya, Samgraha-naya, Evambhuta-naya
Answer:- Option-C

Question8:-'Matter is illimitable in quantity hence it is called the boundless'. Who said this?
Answer:- Option-A

Question9:-'The World, known to us by senses is unreal'. Identify thinker/thinkers related to this claim.
i)     Plato
ii)    Aristotle
iii)   Parmenides
iv)   Anaximenes
A:-i only
B:-i and iii
C:-i and ii
D:-ii, iii and iv
Answer:- Option-B

Question10:-Energy or moving force to bring about change is called
        A:-Material cause
        B:-Formal cause
        C:-Efficient cause
        D:-Final cause     
Answer:- Option-C

Question11:-Who is author of Summa Theologica?
A:-St. Thomas Aquinas
B:-St. Augustine
C:-St. Anslem
D:-None of these
Answer:- Option-A

Question12:-According to Bacon, idols are
A:-Justified knowledge
B:-Pure knowledge
C:-True opinion
D:-False opinion
Answer:- Option-D

Question13:-If we consider God as innate idea then we must consider other universally perceived ideas such as fire, sun heat or number as innate. Who said this?
C:-St. Augustine
D:-St. Anslem
Answer:- Option-B

Question14:-"God is the indwelling and not the transient cause of all things". Who said this?
D:-None of these
Answer:- Option-C

Question15:-Which of the following is the non-normative approaches to ethics?
i)     Descriptive ethics
ii)    Normative ethics
iii)   Applied ethics
iv)   Meta-ethics
A:-i and ii
B:-iii and iv
C:-i and iv
D:-ii and iii
Answer:- Option-C

Question16:-Kant's categorical imperative is an example of
A:-Non-normative ethics
D:-None of these
Answer:- Option-C

Question17:-Who is the author of Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation?
D:-A J Ayer
Answer:- Option-B

Question18:-"There is nothing in the world, or even out of it, that can be called good without qualification except a goodwill". Who said this?
Answer:- Option-B

Question19:-Who said justice is the first virtue of social institutions?
C:-John Rawls
D:-W D Rose
Answer:- Option-C

Question20:-Identify the thinker and his philosophical position, using following clues.
i)     Moral judgements have logical form of imperatives
ii)    Meta ethical theory
iii)   Universality of moral judgements
A:-Stevenson and emotivism
B:-Stevenson and ethical skepticism
C:-Hare and prescriptivism
D:-Hare and ethical non-naturalism
Answer:- Option-C

Question21:-'Each person should perform his own duties appropriate to his station in society. This will lead to his self-realization'. Who said this?
A:-W D Rose
B:-F H Bradely
Answer:- Option-B

Question22:-'Switch subject ad predicate terms, and replace each with its term complement'. Identify the type of education.
B:-Contrapositive by limitation
D:-None of these
Answer:- Option-C

Question23:-If the child is woken up, it will weep
The Child is weeping
Therefore, the child has been woken up
i)     It is valid mixed hypothetical syllogism
ii)    It commits the fallacy of affirming the consequent
iii)   It is pure hypothetical syllogism commits the fallacy
iv)   It is a formally invalid conditional syllogism
A:-i and ii
B:-iii and iv
C:-ii and iv
D:-ii and iii
Answer:- Option-C

Question24:-Arguments that makes the claim of conclusiveness explicitly or implicitly is known as
Answer:- Option-A

Question25:-'Given any X, if X is human then X is mortal'. Identify the proposition
Answer:- Option-B

Question26:-In quantification theory, the process of substituting an individual constant for an individual variable, thereby converting a propositional function into a proposition is കനൗൻ as
C:-Existential Conversion
D:-Universal quantifier
Answer:- Option-B

Question27:-When an inference is made from the properties of the part of a whole considered individually and separately to the properties of the whole considered collectively. The
fallacy committed is fallacy of
Answer:- Option-D

(PνQ) is the form of
A:-Valid form of disjunctive syllogism
B:-InValid form of disjunctive syllogism
C:-Valid form of simplification
D:-InValid form of simplification
Answer:- Option-C

Question29:-The concept of Gnostic Beings denotes
(i)   Souls that is the result of super mental transformation
(ii)   Root principle in the creation
(iii)   Men of knowledge
(iv)   Supreme ego
A:-(i) and (ii)
B:-(i) and (iii)
C:-(ii) and (iv)
D:-(iii) and (iv)
Answer:- Option-B

Question30:-Identify the statement that is not related to the concept of Jeevandevata
(i)   The relationship of man and God is personal
(ii)   God is impersonal abstract reality
(iii)   God is the supreme person guiding and controlling the universe
(iv)   God can be realized through the forceful and positive concentration of our being
A:-(i) and (iv)
B:-(ii) and (iii)
C:-(ii) only
D:-(iv) only
Answer:- Option-C

Question31:-Which of the following statements match with the philosophy of J.Krishnamurti
(i)   Ideologies and theories bring about greater confusion
(ii)   Religious are utterly meaning less
(iii)   Freedom means freedom from idealization
(iv)  Truth cannot be attained through a teacher
A:-(i) and (iv)
B:-(ii) and (iii)
C:-(ii) only
D:-All the above
Answer:- Option-D

Question32:-Jati Mimamsa  is written in
A:-The first stanza is in Sanskrit the rest of the stanzas are in Tamil
C:-The first stanza is in Sanskrit the rest of the stanzas are in Malayalam
D:-The first stanza is in Malayalam the rest of the stanzas are in Sanskrit
 Answer:- Option-C

Question33:-Identify the claims that are not related to K C Bhattacharya philosophy
(i)  Philosophy  deals only with spiritual grades of thought
(ii)  Metaphysics is the philosophy of object
(iii)  Philosophy emphasize the subjective experience of the objective
(iv)  Bodily subjectivity, psychic subjectivity, spiritual subjectivity and  transcendental subjectivity are stages of subjectivity
A:-(i) and (iii)
B:-(ii) and (iv)
C:-(i) and (iv)
D:-All the above
Answer:- Option-C

Question34:-Which of the following statements are not match with Radhakrishnan's philosophy?
(i)   Every true religion is based on intuition
(ii)  Discursive knowledge is logical knowledge
(iii)   Intellect and intuitions are independent
(iv)  intuition is a mystic process
B:-(i) and (ii)
C:-(iv) and (iii)
D:-(iv) only
Answer:- Option-D

Question35:-Some of the following statements are related to M N Roy. Identify Which one is true or false
(i)     Aim of this theory is to transform capitalistic economic system into socialistic system
(ii)   He envisaged the politics without power
(iii)   He suggested party-less politics
(iv)   His brand of democracy demands the surrender of sovereignty by the voter
A:-(i) and (iv) are false
B:-(i) and (ii) are true
C:-(iv) and (iii) true
D:-Only (iv) true
Answer:- Option-A

Question36:-Identify the virtue that stand between 'lack of spirit' and 'Irascibility'
Answer:- Option-C

Question37:-For Kant, a person is autonomous if
A:-an action of performed not only in conformity with the moral law but also done for the sake of the law
B:-an action is performed after analyzing the consequences of the action
C:-an action is informed by the utility of the action
D:-an action is performed under an hypothetical imperative
Answer:- Option-A

Question38:-The instrument of mutual communication between doctor and patient with an expression of authorization / permission/ choice by the latter for the doctor to act in എ particular way is known as
A:-Guideline for Good Clinical Practice (GSP)
B:-Informed Consent
C:-Quality control and Quality Assurance
D:-Insurance Policy
Answer:- Option-B

Question39:-The term 'distributive justice' refers to
A:-fair, equiptable, and appropriate distribution only of burdens determined by norms that structure the terms of social cooperation
B:-Fair, equiptable, and appropriate  distribution  only of benefits determined by norms that structure the terms of social; cooperation
C:-Fair, equitable, and appropriate distribution of benefits and burdens determined by norms that structure the terms of social cooperation
D:-The fair step taken to increase the representation of women and minorities in areas of employment, education, and culture from which they have been historically, excluded
 Answer:- Option-C

Question40:-Consider the following statements
(i)   Nature has given us two sovereign masters pleasure and pain
(ii)    Human beings seek pleasure and avoid pain
(iii)   An ethically good action would maximize the balance of pleasure oven pain
With reference to utilitarianism which of the statements given above are correct?
A:-(i) and (ii) only
B:-(ii) and (iii) only
C:-(i) and (iii) only
D:-(i), (ii) and (ii)
Answer:- Option-D

Question41:-The idea that many systems have a special quality of self-organization and self-renewal is known as
Answer:- Option-C

Question42:-According to Lisa Tessman, the virtues that have the unusual feature of being regularly disjoined from their bearer's own flourishing is known as
A:-Pathological Virtues
B:-Burdened Virtues
C:-Cardinal Virtues
D:-Intellectual Virtues
Answer:- Option-B

Question43:-According to A.J. Iyer, the principle of verifiability asserts that
A:-every empirical hypothesis must be relevant to some actual, or possible experience
B:-the hypothesis should be non-empirical
C:-the hypothesis must be relevant to international research community
D:-the proposition must be of relevance  to some a priori of transcendental experience
Answer:- Option-A

Question44:-According to Frege, the expression '6' and '12/2' have
A:-Same denotation but express different senses
B:-Same sense bur express different denotations
C:-only one sense
D:-no denotation
Answer:- Option-A

Question45:-'The business of philosophy, as I conceive it, is essentially that of logical analysis.' The above statement of Russell is associated with?
A:-Linguistic turn in philosophy
C:-Dissolution of language-world correlation
D:-Transcendental analysis
Answer:- Option-A

Question46:-Who among the following does not fit into the group of 'ordinary language philosophy'?
A:-Gilbert Ryle
B:-P.F. Strawson
C:-Martin Heidegger
D:-Ludwig Wittgenstein
Answer:- Option-C

Question47:-Who among the following is associated with the statement, 'the word is the totality of facts, not of things'?
A:-Gilles Deleuze
B:-Ludwig Wittgenstein
C:-A.J. Ayer
D:-Gottlob Frege
Answer:- Option-B

Question48:-Read the following passage from From a Logical Point of View; Nine Logico-Philosophical Essay and answer the items that follow.
The totality of our so-called knowledge or beliefs, from the most casual matters of geography and history to the profoundest laws of atomic physics or even of pure mathematics and logic, is a man-made fabric which impinges on experience only along the edges, Or, to change the figure, total science is like a field of force whose boundary conditions are experience.A conflict with experience at the periphery occasions readjustments in the interior of the field. Truth values have to be redistributed over some of out statements. Re-evaluation of
some statements entails re-evaluation of others, because of their logical interconnections-the logical laws being in turn simply certain further statements of the system, certain further elements of the field. Having re-evaluated one statement we must re-evaluate some others, which may be statements logically connected with the first or may be the statements of logical connections themselves
Based on the passage given above, the following assumptions have been made
(i)   Nothing is true simply by definition but with reference to experience
(ii)   Truth means overall coherence of the statements
(iii)    geography and history are not sciences
Which of the above assumptions are valid?
A:-(i) and (ii) only
B:-(ii) and (iii) only
C:-(i) and (iii)
D:-(i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-A

Question49:-According to Gilbert Ryle, a category mistake emerges
A:-when we mistakenly represent the essential function of a thing as of it belongs to some other type of function
B:-when we fail to represent a particular function as a category because we don't  have the necessary details of the function
C:-when we fail to arrange experience in conformity with the two forms of understanding i.e., time and space
D:-when we fail to represent experience in conformity with the twelve categories of experience
Answer:- Option-A

Question50:-Hussserl writes. 'I am aware of a world, spread out in space endlessly, and in time becoming and become , without end. I am aware of it, that means first of all, I discover it immediately, intuitively.' This Husserlian observation is known as
A:-Lifeworld (Lebenswelt)
B:-natural attitude
C:-Categorical imperative
D:-Sublime experience
Answer:- Option-B

Question51:-Which one of the following statement is/are correct about phenomenological epaché
(i)  Phenomenological epaché suspends natural attitude
(ii)  Phenomenological epaché suspends noemanoesis correlation
(iii)   Phenomenological epaché suspends the first person perspective
A:-(i) only
B:-(ii) only
C:-(iii)  only
D:-all the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-A

Question52:-With respect to existentialism, consider the following statements:
(i)   Existentialism focuses on particularity therefore rejects the idea of universal moral principles
(ii)   Humans are individuals, solitary and free
(iii)   The recognition of ultimate meaninglessness of life generate freedom of choice 'Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A:-(i) and (ii)
B:-(ii) and (iii)
C:-(i) and (iii)
D:-All the above (i), (ii), (iii)
Answer:- Option-D

Question53:-According to Sartre, what is 'bad faith' (mauvaise foi)?
A:-The condition for the possibility of authenticity
B:-The existential guilt in the face of choice
C:-The recognition of the incoherence of reality and to live in it with the belief that things will ultimately make sense
D:-The unability to find existential proof for the existence of  God
 Answer:- Option-C

Question54:-Consider the following sentences with respect to Levinas' critique of western metaphysics for which ontology is fundamental
(i)   Western metaphysics equated being and knowledge
(ii)    Western metaphysics conceives knowledge as it were freed of its otherness
(iii)     In western metaphysics the other becomes the characteristics property of thought as knowledge.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A:-(i) and (ii)
B:-(iii) only
C:-(ii) and (iii)
D:-All the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-D

Question55:-Read the following passage from Gender Trouble and answer the items that follow.
'My suggestion is that the  presumed universality and unity of the subject of feminism is effectively undermined by the constraints of the representational discource in which it function. Indeed, the premature insistence on a stable subject of feminism, understood as a seamless category of women, inevitably generated multiples refusals to accept the category. these domains of exclusion reveal the coercive and regulatory consequences of that construction even when the construction has been elaborated for emanicapatory
Which one of the following statements best reflects the most critical inference that can be made from the passage given above?
A:-Feminist need to develop a universal and stable subject of feminism
B:-Feminist need not to develop a universal and stable subject of feminism
C:-The available elaborations on the subject of feminism are well suited for the emancipatory  projects of feminism
D:-Femininity is a normative category
Answer:- Option-B

Question56:-Read the following passage from The Theory of communicative Action and answer the items that follow
'Political science had to free itself from rational natural law; even modern natural law started  from the old-European view that represented society as a politically constituted community integrated through legal norms. The new concepts of bourgeois formal law made it possible to proceed constructively and, from normative points of view, to project the legal political order as a rational mechanism. An empirically oriented political science had to dissociate itself radically from that view. It concerned it6self with politics  as a societal subsystem and absolved itself of the task of conceiving society as a whole. In opposition to natural-law normativism, it excluded moral practical questions of legitimacy from scientific
consideration, or it treated them as empirical questions about descriptively ascertainable beliefs in legitimacy. It thereby broke off relations to the rationality problematic'.
Which one of the following statement best reflects the most critical inference that can be  made from the passage given above?
A:-To explore the 'rationally problematic' political science has to strengthen and project the legal-political order as a rational mechanism
B:-To explore the 'rationally problematic' political science has to exclude the moral practical questions of legitimacy from scientific consideration
C:-The available two strands of political science will not be able to thematise the 'rationality problematic' unless it broke off from its own foundational principles
D:-The 'rationality problematic' is an original and foundational problem of anthropological philosophy
Answer:- Option-C

Question57:-With reference to Goodman's 'dissolution of the old problem of Induction, 'Which of the following statements is/are correct?
(i)   The problem of induction as formulated by Hume consists fundamentally in asking how are can justify that the future should resemble the past
(ii)   Goodman, following Hume, fully affirms that we simply cannot justify that the future should resemble the past: this justification is impossible by rational means
(iii)    We must abandon the problem of induction as formulated by Hume and pose it under another form namely; which rule, or set of rules do we apply when we make inductive inferences?
Select the correct answer using the code given below
A:-(i) and (ii)
B:-(ii) only
C:-(ii) and (iii)
D:-All the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-D

Question58:-According to Thomas Kuhn, an example of a Paradigm shift is
A:-Edison's invention of the incandescent lamp
B:-Lavoisier's application of the balance
C:-Kant's articulation of categorical imperative
D:-Discovery of hedonistic calculus
Answer:- Option-B

Question59:-In structure of scientific revolution Thomas Kuhn defines 'paradigm' as the 'accepted examples of actual scientific practice that provide models from which spring particular coherent traditions of scientific research'. Which one of the statement given below is not correct about paradigm?
A:-They are the locus of professional commitment regarding standards and rules
B:-Paradigm can be tested
C:-Paradigm has a normative function
D:-Paradigm is the source of the methods problem fields, and standards of solution accepted by any mature scientific community at any given time
Answer:- Option-B

Question60:-The expression 'epistemological anarchy' is attributed to the works of
A:-Karl Popper
B:-Thomas Kuhn
C:-Paul Feyeraband
D:-David Hume
Answer:- Option-C

Question61:-Identify what is not correcy about Hume's prblem of induction
A:-We have experience of necessary connection between cause and effect
B:-One event follows another but we can observe no tie between them
C:-The idea of 'constant conjunction' is a habitual idea
D:-All events seem entirely loose and separate
Answer:- Option-A

Question62:-According to Karl Popper, the fundamental feature of a scientific theory is that it should be falsifiable. which means that
A:-The theory should be false
B:-The theory has makes some definite prediction that are capable of being tested against experience
C:-The theory has been developed independent of experience
D:-At least on of the key concepts of the theory should be original
Answer:- Option-B

Question63:-According to Feyerabend, two theories are incommensurable of
A:-at least one basic term used in both theories has a totally different meaning in each
B:-at least one basic term used in both theories has an absolutely same meaning each
C:-the theories have different cultural origin
D:-the theories do not share any basic terms
Answer:- Option-A

Question64:-The doctrine that mentality is ontologically fundamental and ubiquitous is known as
D:-Property dualism
Answer:- Option-B

Question65:-According to Descartes, mind is
A:-a thinking thing
B:-an extended thing
C:-a supernatural entity
D:-an illusion
Answer:- Option-A

Question66:-Read the following passage from the The concept of Mind and answer the item below.
" One of the chief intellectual origins of what I have yet to prove to be the Cartesian category-mistake seems to be this. When Galileo showed that his methods of scientific discovery were competent to provide a mechanical theory which should cover every occupant of space, Descartes found in himself two conflicting motives. As a man of scientific genius, he could not but endorse the claims of mechanics, yet as a religious and moral man he could not accept, as Hobbes accepted the discouraging rider to those claims, namely that human nature differs only in degree of complexity from clockwise'.
According to Gilbert Ryle, the source of Cartesian category-mistake is the conviction that
A:-The mental could be just a variety of the mechanical
B:-The mental could not be just a variety of the mechanical
C:-Galileo's account of mechanics was not valid
D:-Morality should be free from religious ideals
Answer:- Option-B

Question67:-With reference to epiphenomenalism, consider the following statements
(i)    No mental event is identical with or reducible to a physical event
(ii)     There is no mental event
(iii)    No mental event is a complete or even a partial cause of any other event
Which of the above statements are correct?
A:-(i) and (ii) only
B:-(ii) and (iii) only
C:-(i) and (iii) only
D:-All the above
Answer:- Option-C

Question68:-According to Thomas Negal, and organism has conscious experience at all means?
A:-The organism must have neural process
B:-There is something it is like to be that organism
C:-The organism should be able to meaningfully process sentences
D:-The organism has linguistic abilities
Answer:- Option-B

Question69:-Read the following passage from The conscious Mind by David Chalmers and answer the item below.
'Physical explanation is well suited to the explanation of structure and of function. Structural properties and functional properties are the king of thing that can be straightforwardly entailed by a low-level physical story, and so are clearly suited for reductive explanation. And almost all the high-level phenomena that we need to explain ultimately come down to structure or function: think of the explanation of waterfalls, planets digestion, reproduction, language. But the explanation of consciousness is not just a matter of explaining structure
and function. Once we have explained all the physical structure in the vicinity of the brain, and we have explained how all the various brain function are performed, there is a further sort of explanation consciousness itself'.
Which one of the following statements best reflects the most critical inference that can be made from the passage given above?
A:-Consciousness can be reductively explained
B:-The explanation of consciousness is not just a matter of explaining structure and function
C:-There is no explanatory gap between understanding the physical world and understanding the conscious experience
D:-An excellent neural account only can reductively explain the conscious experience
Answer:- Option-B

Question70:-The argument and thought experiment known as the 'Chinese room argument' was developed by
A:-Feng Youlan
B:-John Searle
C:-Alan Turing
D:-Fang Keli
Answer:- Option-B

Question71:-Which of the following statements are correct about research?
(i)   Research is a purposive and organised inquiry
(ii)  It refers to a search for knowledge
(iii)   It is the systematic process of collecting and logically analysing data for some purpose
(iv)   It is an art of scientific investigation
A:-(i), (ii) and (iii)
B:-(ii), (iii) and (iv)
C:-(i), (iii) and (iv)
D:-(i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
Answer:- Option-D

Question72:-What is research design?
A:-Framework for the collection measurement and analysis of data
B:-A "blueprint" for empirical research
C:-It is conceptual structure within which research is conducted
D:-All of the above
Answer:- Option-D

Question73:-What is correct in the context of the testing of a hypothesis?
A:-It is only the alternative hypothesis, that can be tested
B:-It is only the null hypothesis that can be tested
C:-Both can be tested
D:-Both cannot be tested
Answer:- Option-B

Question74:-Honesty, Integrity, Objectivity, Informed Consent, Beneficence, Non-Maleficence, Respect for respondent and Responsible publication are the general principles of:
A:-Research Design
B:-Research methods
C:-Research Ethics
D:-None of the above
Answer:- Option-C

Question75:-A well-written thesis should involve:
(i)    A clear title and abstract which accurately and succinctly reflect the nature of the research study
(ii)   An intellectual coherence which starts with precise aims, from which follow the research design, and a clear conclusion
(iii)   Accuracy in grammar and punctuation
(iv)   Consistency in the way the thesis is written
A:-(i) (ii) and (iii)
B:-(i), (ii) and (iv)
C:-(i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
D:-(ii), (iii) and (iv)
Answer:- Option-C

Question76:-The Trial-and-Error  method of learning according to Thorndike could be classified as under
A:-The principle of multiple responses
B:-The law of exercise
C:-The principle of partial activity
D:-The principle of associate learning
Answer:- Option-B

Question77:-The aims of teaching concept with respect to its various modes includes
(i)  Teaching
(ii)  Conditioning
(iii)  Training
(iv) Insulting
A:-(iii) only
B:-(i) and (iii)
C:-(i), (ii) and (iii)
D:-All of the above
Answer:- Option-C

Question78:-Which of the following is a characteristic of a good test?
D:-All of the above
Answer:- Option-D

Question79:-SWAYAMPRABHA is an initiative of
A:-IITs and IISc
B:-Ministry of Education
C:-Ministry of Human Resource Develpment
Answer:- Option-C

Question80:-The factors affecting teaching are:
(i)  Qualification of the teacher
(ii) Teacher-student relationship
(iii)  Methods of teaching used
(iv)  Appearance of teacher
A:-(i), (ii) and (iii)
B:-(i), (ii) and (iv)
C:-(i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
D:-(ii), (iii) and (iv)
 Answer:- Option-A

Question81:-Which statement is correct regarding Attorney general of India
Attorney general of India can
(i) Take  part in the proceedings of the Lok Sabha
(ii)  Speak in the Lok Sabha
(iii)   Vole in the Lok Sabha
(iv)  Be a member of the committee of Lok Sabha
A:-(i) only
B:-(ii) and (iv)
C:-(i) , (ii) and (iii)
D:-(i) and (ii) only
Answer:- Option-D

Question82:-Money bills can be introduced in the legislative assembly only will the recommendation of the
C:-Chief Minister
D:-Finance Minister
Answer:- Option-B

Question83:-In the constitution of India promotion of International peace and security come under:
A:-Fundamental duties
B:-Preamble to the constitution
C:-Directive principles of state policy
D:-Fundamental rights
Answer:- Option-C

Question84:-The supreme court of India has the power to decide disputed between the centre and the state, which falls under
A:-Original Jurisdiction
B:-Appellate jurisdiction
C:-Advisory Jurisdiction
D:-Writ jurisdiction
 Answer:- Option-A

Question85:-The supreme court  judges are appointed by
A:-The president of India
B:-The prime minister of India
C:-The chief justice of India
D:-The parliament of India
Answer:- Option-A

Question86:-The MGNREGA was first started in the state:
C:-Andra Pradesh
D:-Uttar Pradesh
Answer:- Option-C

Question87:-Which state first employ differently abled in MGNREGA
C:-Tamil Nadu
Answer:- Option-C

Question88:-The child marriage restraint Act passed in the imperial legislative council of India fixed the age of marriage for girls and boys
A:-14 and 18 respectively
B:-16 and 18 respectively
C:-14 and 16 respectively
D:-18 and 21 respectively
Answer:- Option-A

Question89:-According to the Rights to information Act 2005, The information seeker
A:-Required to give reasons for seeking information
B:-Not required to give reasons for seeking information
C:-Get permission from the authority for seeking information
D:-None of the above
Answer:- Option-B

Question90:-How many chapter and sections are these in the Environment protection Act 1986
A:-4 chapters and 26 sections
B:-7 chapters and 16 sections
C:-3 chapters and 4sections
D:-None of the above
 Answer:- Option-A

Question91:-Find the odd one from the following literary works
(i)    Oru  theruvinte katha
(ii)   Enippadikal
(iii)  Naatakadarpanam
A:-Only (iii)
B:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (iii)
D:-Only (ii) and (iii)
 Answer:- Option-A

Question92:-Which of the following statement is/are correct
(i)   India's first chief of Defence staff General Bipin Rawat lost his life on November 10,2021
(ii)   He travelled in a helicopter named Mi 17 V-5
(iii)   This incident happened at Coonoor in Tamilnadu's Nilgiris district
A:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
B:-Only (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (ii)
D:-Only (i) and (iii)
 Answer:- Option-B

Question93:-Choose the right stament about Historic vaikom satyagraha
(i)   The historic Vaikom  Satyagraha began on March 30,1924
(ii)  As advised by Gandhiji, a savarna Jatha organised under the leadership of Mannath  Padmanabhan
(iii)   Savarna Jatha presented a petition to the Maharaja Srimulam Thirunal on November 12,1924
A:-Only (i) and (ii)
B:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (iii)
D:-Only (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-A

Question94:-Choose the right statement
(i)    K Ayyappan founded the Sahodara Sangam at Cherai in 1917
(ii)   T K Madhavan started the newspaper Kerala Kaumudi
(iii)    K Ayyappam modified the dictum of Sree Narayana Guru as 'No Caste, No religion, No God'
A:-Only (i) and (ii)
B:-Only (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (iii)
D:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
 Answer:- Option-C

Question95:-Which of the following statement is/are correct about NSS and its activities
(i)    On October 31, 1914 Nair service society was founded at Changanasseri
(ii)     K Kelappan was its first president
(iii)    Due to the initiative taken by the NSS, the Tanvancore government passes the second Nair Act in 1925 providing for individual partition and denying to the nephews the properties of their Uncles
A:-Only (i) and (ii)
B:-Only (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (iii)
D:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-D

Question96:-Choose the right statements regarding the Kerala Renaissance leaders
(i)   Kuriakose Elias Chavara started Catholic Sanskrit School in Mannanam
(ii)    Vaikunda Swamikal also known as Mudichhodum Perumal
(iii)    Thycaud Ayya Guru founded Saiva Prakasha Sabha with the help of Chattampi Swamikal
A:-Only (i) and (iii)
B:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (ii)
D:-Only (ii) and (iii)    
Answer:- Option-C

Question97:-Choose the right statement about the following
(i)   MS Magdalena Anderson is selected the first female prime minister in Sweden
(ii)    She belong to the social democratic Party
(iii)    Bridge Town is the capital of Sweden
A:-all of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
B:-Only (i) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (ii)
D:-Only (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-C

Question98:-Find the statements given below are correct
(i)     India's new indigenously developed smart Anti-Airfield weapon (SAAW) was successfully tested in Rajasthan on Novenber 2021
(ii)   This anti-Airfield weapon was design and manufactured by ISRO with the help of U S company lockheed martin
(iii)   The SAAW can target enemy airfield assets such as radars, bunkers, taxiways and runways
A:-Only (i) and (ii)
B:-all of the above (i) , (ii) and (iii)
C:-Only (i) and (iii)
D:-Only (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-C

Question99:-Choose the right pairs about  National book Award winners 2021
(i)  Award for fiction                 -   Jason  Mott
(ii)   Award for non-fiction         -    Tiya  Miles
(iii)  poetry  category               -    Damodar  Mauzo
A:-Only (i) and (iii)
B:-Only (i) and (ii)
C:-Only (ii) and (iii)
D:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-B

Question100:-Which of the following countries consist of the Group of seven (G-7)
(i)  China
(ii)  Germany
(iii)   Italy
A:-Only (i)
B:-Only (ii) and (iii)
C:-All of the above (i), (ii) and (iii)
D:-Only (i) and (iii)
Answer:- Option-B










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