Development of Education System in India. EDUCATION 4th Semestster important and expected mcqs check Here

Development of Education System in India. EDUCATION 4th Semestster important and expected mcqs check Here

Development of Education System in India. EDUCATION 4th Semester Important MCQ’s

Q.01   The language of Vedas is ………………………..
(a)  Ancient Sanskrit        (b)   Pali
(c)  Prakat                       (d)   Magadhi 

Q.02   The ……………………… is the oldest among all the four Vedas.
(a)   Atharva Veda          (b)   Rig Veda 
(c)   Yajur Veda               (d)   Sam Veda

Q.03   The admission ceremony during the  Vedic period was known as
(a)   Pababja                          
(b)  Upasampada
(c)   Upanayana                     
(d)  None of these

Q.04  …………………… is the process of deliberation or reflection on the topic taught.                                             
(a)   Sarvana             (b)   Manana
(c)   Nididhyasana    (d)   All of these

Q.05   The ultimate aim of Vedic education was
(a)  Social development         
 (b)  Cultural development
(c)  Moksha Self-realisation 
(d) Physical development

Q.06   Where is Lumbini,  the birthplace of Gautama Buddha located? 
(a)   Bihar                   (b)  Sikkim
(c)   Bhutan                (d) Nepal

Q.07   What is the literal meaning of “Buddha?
(a)   Awakened one   (b)  Enlightened one 
(c)   Both a and b       (d)   None of these

Q.08   Gautam Buddha gave his first sermon at 
(a)   Sarnath               (b)   Lumbini
(c)   Kushinagar         (d)  Kashmir

Q.09  Who delivered “Dharmachakra Pravartana”?
(a)   Mahavira        (b)   Gautam Buddha
(c)   Ashoka          (d)   Ananda

Q.10  Nalanda university a centre of Buddhist education was in
(a)   Nepal                   (b)   Sikkim
(c)   Pakistan              (d)   Bihar

Q.11  Primary education during the Muslim period was given in 
(a)   Madrasa                 (b)  Maktabs 
(c)   Both a and b          (d)  None of these

Q.12  Gulistan and Bostan are famous works of 
(a)   Rumi                (b)  S. Sadi
(c)   Iqbal                  (d)  Shamus Tabraiz

Q.13  Zarfishani was the initiation ceremony of ………………. child during the Muslim period.
(a)  Male                     (b)  Female
(c)  Both                      (d)  None of these

Q.14  Lord Macaulay came to India, as a law member of the Governor General’s Executive Council in 
(a)  10 June 1835                (b)  02 Feb 1834
(c)  10 June 1834               (d)  02 June 1835

Q.15  Macualy submitted his famous minute in 
(a)  Feb 1836                  (b)  Mar 1834
(c)  Mar 1934                   (d)  Feb 1835

Q.16  Macualys was given the task of interpreting clause ……………. of charter act 1813.
(a)  47                                    (b)  46
(c)  43                                    (d)  33

Q.17   Macualy’s minute was forwarded to …………………………… the leader of orientalists for recording his opinion.
(a)  Munroe                          (b)  Minto
(c)  Raja Ram Mohan Roy   (d)  H.T.Princep

Q.18 Woods Despatch recommended the establishment of three universities in 
(a)  Calcutta, Delhi and Bhopal      
(b)  Calcutta, Mumbai and Madras
(c)  Mysore, Meerut and Mizoram  
(d)  Agra, Hyderabad and Bangalore

Q.19  Woods Despatch is associated with the year
(a)  1835                  (b)  1854
(c)  1944                 (d)   1917

Q.20  Grant in-aid system was first recommended in India during British rule by 
(a) Woods’ Despatch
(b)  HunterCommission
(c)  Sargent report     
(d)  Sadler Commission

Q.21 Which commission is known as the” Magna Carta” of Indian Indian education
(a)  Hunter Commission 
 (b)  Macaulay’s Minute
(c)  Woods Despatch   
 (d)  Sargent Report

Q.22  First Indian education commission was appointed by
(a)  Lord W Bentick  (b) Lord Macaulay
(c)  Lord  Hunter        (d) Lord Curzon
Ans: ~ Lord Ripon in 1882

Q.23  University education commission 1948-49 is also known as 
(a)  Hunter Commission               
(b) Mudaliar Commission 
(c)  Radhakrishnan Commission  
(d)  Kothari commission.

Q.24 Which of the following suggested dividing the secondary level curriculum into course A and course B 
(a)  Woods Despatch    
(b)  Hunter commission 
(c)  Kothari Commission  
(d)  Mudaliar commission

Q.25  Sharp committee in J&K was appointed by
(a)  Maharaja Hari Singh                   
 (b)  Maharaja Pratap Singh
(c)  Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah    
(d)  Maharaja Ranbir Singh

Q.26 Sharp committee was appointed in the year
(a)  1916               (b)  1939
(c)  1951                (d)  1949 

Q.27  Kothari commission was appointed by the government of India on
(a)  14 July 1966     (b)  04 July 1965
(c)  24 July 1967     (d)  14 July 1964

Q.28  Bhagwan Sahay committee was appointed in the year
(a)  1977                          (b)  1978
(c)  1972                          (d)  1995

Q.29    Shri Bhagwan Sahay was

(a)  CM of J&K          (b)  PM of J&K
(c)    Governor of J&K  (d)  None of these

Q.30  ” Education and National Development ” was the title of which commission report?
(a)  Mudaliar Commission     
(b)  Hunter Commission
(c)  Kothari Commission      
(d)  Sargent report

Q.31  Who inaugurated the secondary commission on 6th Oct 1952?
(a)  Arjun Singh              (b)  Humayun Kabir
(c)  M.C.Chagla              (d)  Maulana Azad

Q.32  Three language formula was recommended by
(a)  Mudaliar Commission       
(b)  Hunter commission
(c)  Kothari Commission         
(d)  Woods Despatch

Q.33  Pacesetting schools (Navodiya Vidyalaya ) scheme is recommended by
(a)  Kothari commission      
(b)  Sargent report
(c)  NPE 1986                 
  (d)  None of these

Q.34  Kazmi committee was appointed to look at the status of
(a)  Primary Education        
(b)  Secondary Education
(c)  Extension Education   
(d)   Higher Education

Q.35  Kazmi committee was appointed by 
(a)  K.G.Saiyidain                    
(b)  Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah
(c)  Ghulam Mohammad Shah   
(d) Omar Abdullah

Q.36  IGNOU was established in the year
(a)  1988                  (b)  1985
(c)  1987                  (d)  1968

Q.37  NPE- 1986 report was submitted during the Prime minister-ship of
(a)  Rajiv Gandhi   (b)  V.P. Singh
(c)  Indira Gandhi (d)  Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Q.38   Operation blackboard programme was introduced by NPE 1986 to improve
(a)  Teacher Education 
(b) Primary Education
(c)  Secondary Education    
(d) Higher Education

Q.39   A review of the NPE-1986 Programme of Action was done by
(a)  National Commission for Teachers     
(b)  Yashpal committee
(c)  RamaMurti Committee                   
(d)  Hans Mehta Committee

Q.40  Establishment of DIETs was the result of recommendations of
(a)  Indian Education Commission 1882     
(b)  University education commission 1948-49
(c)  Secondary Education Commission 1952-53 
(d)  National Policy of Education 1986

Q.40  NPE-1986 consists of 
(a)  Three Parts           (b)  Seven Parts
(c)  Nine Parts             (d)  Twelve Parts

Q.41   According to woods Despatch the medium of instruction should be 
(a)  Only English                         
(b)  Only Sanskrit
(c) Only Vernaculars  
(d)  English and Vernaculars

Q.42  The University Grants Commission was constituted on the recommendation of 

(a) Radhakrishnan Commission      
(b)  Mudaliar Commission
(c)  Hunter Commission                
(d)  Kothari Commission

Q.43  The University which telecasts interactive educational programmes through its channel is 
(a) B.R.Ambedkar Open University       
(C) University of Pune                          
(d)  Kashmir University

Q.44   ” Destiny of India is being shaped in her classroom ” This is stated in
(a)  Kothari Commission 1964-66                   
(b  National Knowledge Commission 2005
(c)  University Education Commission v 1948-49  
(d) NPE-1986

Q.45  Which of the following was not included under core areas suggested by NPE-1986
(a)  Inculcation of scientific temper       
(b)  Equality of sexes
(c)  Promotion of professional ethics       
(d)  Small family norm

Q.46  Navodiya Vidyaliyas has been established for
(a)  Increase number of schools in rural areas    
(b)  Provide good education in rural areas
(c)  check wastage and stagnation in rural areas 
(d)  Complete Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

Q.47  Navodiya Vidyaliyas
provide education to 
(a) Girl students    
(b) Urban students 
(c) Rural students 
(d) Rural talented students

Q.48  In which year Kazmi committee was appointed
(a)  1953             (b) 1955
(c) 1950               (d) 1966

Q.49  During the Vedic Period main stress was on 
(a)  Physical Development      
 (b)  Social Development
(c)  Cultural Development        
(d)  Spiritual Development

Q.50  There are ……………. noble truths according to Buddhism
(a)  2                                    (b)  3
(c)  8                                    (d)  4 

Q.51   Wardha Scheme is popularly known as 
(a)  Nai Talim                (b)  Buniyadi Shiksha
(c)  Basic Education    (d)  All of these

Q.52  Who drafted Wardha scheme 

(a)  M. Azad                 (b) Zakir Hussain
(c) Sir Syed Ah Khan     (d) J.L.Nehru

Q.53  Basic scheme of education emphasizes on
(a) Utilitarian goals   
(b) Social backwardness
(c) Social education  
(d) Extension education

Q.54  During which period facilities for women education improved in India
(a) Khilji                 (b) Sayyid
(c) Both a and b   (d) None of these

Q.55  Sharp committee was appointed in 
(a) 1944          (b)  1950
(c) 1916         (d)  1960

Q.56  Sharp committee stressed the need for adequate educational facilities fo
(a) Jain community          
(b)  Hindu Community
(c) Christian community   
(d)  Muslim Community

Q.57  Upgradation of ………………………. education was suggested by the K.G Saiyidain committee
(a)  Teacher education       
(b)  Adult education
(c)  Vocational education    
(d)   None of these

Q.58  Basic scheme of education suggested education through
(a)  Music           (b)  Experiments
(c)  Craft               (d) None of these

Q.59  One who gained special  knowledge of logic during the Muslim period conferred with a degree of
(a) Alim                       (b) Fazil
(c) Both a and b           (d)  None of these

Q.60  Education during the Buddhist period was imparted in 
(a) Maktabs               (b)  Madrasha
(c) Monasteries          (d)  Gurukul

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