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CTET Answer Key 2016 Exam Held on 21st February 2016

51.  The executive organ of the State refers to
(a) every citizen of the country exercising universal adult franchise
(b) the elected representatives
(c) a group of people responsible for implementing laws and running the government
(d) the judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts
Answer:(c) a group of people responsible for implementing laws and running the government

52.Article 22 of the Constitutions ensures
(a) Right not to be ill-treated during arrest or while in custody
(b) Right to Constitutional Remedies
(c) Right against Exploitation
(d) Right to Education
Answer:(a) Right not to be ill-treated during arrest or while in custody

53. Who among the following is the leader of the ruling party in Lok Sabha?
(a) The Vice President
(b) The President
(c) The Prime Minister
(d) The Speaker
Answer:(c) The Prime Minister

54.Consider the statements A, B and C on upper primary state:
A. It is a study of people in their environment.
B. It is a study of relations among people and their interdependence.
C. It is a study of the past and its relations to the present.
Select the most appropriate choice from the above statements.
(a) A, B and C
(b) A and B
(c) B and C
(d) A and C

55. Social and Political Life textbooks at the upper primary level cover content related to which of the following subjects?
(a) International Relations
(b) Psychology
(c) Economics
(d) Philosophy

56.Why would you ask questions on historical imagination? Choose the most appropriate option form the following.
(a) It is fun-way to remember dates and events
(b) It shows how historians fill gaps in history with their imagination.
(c) It encourages comparison of the present with the past.
(d) It evaluates a student’s ability to identify sources.

57. Why would you use narratives in social Science teaching? Choose the most appropriate reason from the given options.
(a) To ensure that syllabus is completed
(b) To sensitize students so that they can find appropriate role models
(c) To entertain and enliven a class
(d) To link concepts to live realities

58.According to the National Focus Group (2006), the teaching of Social Science is losing popularity as
(a) it presents several situations of conflict in human values
(b) it lays too much emphasis upon scientific temperament
(c) it is considered as a non – utilitarian subject
(d) it encourages many subjects of study

59.Which one of the given choices is an incorrect description of school-based assessment?
(a) It covers only co-curricular aspects.
(b) It covers scholastic aspects.
(c) It covers non-scholastic aspects.
(d) It covers all aspects.

60. Consider the following two statements
A and B on a teacher’s role in transacting a Social Science topic and select the correct answer:
The teacher must ensure the dignity of all students and conduct discussions with sensitivity.
B. The teacher must focus upon facts with the boys and the feelings of the girls.
(a) Neither A nor B
(b) Only A
(c) Only B
(d) Both A and B

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