CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

M.A. Annual (Private) Examination, 2018

Education –VI

Comparative Education

(Code : G – 302)

  1. “National Population Education Project” (NPEP) was launched in :
    1. April 1950
    2. April 1980
    3. April 1992
    4. April 1995
  2. The objective of population Education is :
    1. To enable students to under stand that family size is controlled for development and quality of life
    2. To enable students to appreciate that  small family an easily preserve health and wealth,
    3. To give accurate information to the students about how to control population growth
    4. All of the above
  3. What is the problem of tremendous population explosion in India?
    1. Food problem
    2. Economical & Environmental problem
    3. Educational problem
    4. All of the above
  4. The measure for controlling communalism is :
    1. Moral education
    2. Promoting national festivals
    3. Development of National character
    4. All of the above
  5. National policy on Education (NPE 1986) emphasized on the curriculum which is :
    1. Flexible
    2. Relevant
    3. Learner Centred
    4. All of the above
  6. Symbol of NCERT has 3 Swans which are inter-wined and which symbolise the integration of three things these three things are :
    1. Research Development, Training and Extension
    2. Training, Teaching and Instruction
    3. Teacher, Learner and Curriculum
    4. Teaching, Curriculum Development and Research
  7. The educational system of a country symbolises :
    1. Its Geographical Conditions
    2. Its Economical Conditions
    3. Its Political Conditions
    4. All of the above
  8. The study of Comparative Education was introduced in the year :
    1. 1717
    2. 1817
    3. 1917
    4. 1927
  9. The exponent of comparative Education was :
    1. I.L. Kandel
    2. Nicholas Hans
    3. Marc Antoine Jullian
    4. Victor Cousin
  10. Who was the ‘Father of Comparative Education’?
    1. I.L. Kandel
    2. Nicholas Hans
    3. Michael Sadler
    4. Mathew Arnold
  11. Who wrote the book: “Preliminary view for work in Comparative Education”?
    1. Isaac Kandel
    2. Marc Antoinne Jullian
    3. Mathew Arnold
    4. Nicholas Hans
  12. Mathew Arnold was a
    1. Poet
    2. School Administrator
    3. Literary Critic
    4. Political & Social observer
  13. The Book :
    1. “The Education of Nations: A comparison in Historian Perspectives” was written and edited by :
      1. Robert Ulich
      2. Aatoine Jullian
      3. Michael Sadler
      4. George Bereday
  14. Vernon Mallinson wrote the book titled as:
    1. ‘An Introduction to the study of comparative education’ (1957)
    2. ‘None can be called deformed’ (1956)
    3. ‘Western European Idea in Education’ (1980)
    4. All of the above
  15. Marc-Antoine Jullian considered education as :
    1. Positive Philosophy
    2. Positive Science
    3. Economic system
    4. Political System

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

  1. Comparative Education is an attempt to use cross-national data to test proposition about the relationship between :
    1. Education and society
    2. Education and politics
    3. Teaching practices and learning outcomes
    4. All of the above
  2. “Comparative Education : A Study of educational factors and traditions” is the major work contributed by:
    1. Horace Mann
    2. Nicholas Adolph Hans
    3. Mathew Arnold
    4. John Dewey
  3. “The things outside the school mater more than things inside the school.” Who said this?
    1. Hans
    2. Anderson
    3. Sadler
    4. Mallinson
  4. The Ist stage of Comparative Education started in 19 Century. It is associated with collection of data on education and _______________ initiated work on Comparative Education.
    1. Victor Cousin
    2. Antoine Jullian
    3. Mathew Arnold
    4. Henry Bernard
  5. The third stage of Comparative Education is associated with:
    1. Collection of data on Education
    2. Period of the Analysis of the factors related to education
    3. Explore and study the factors related to education
    4. All of the above
  6. Who is the editor of “The American Journal of Education”?
    1. Henry Bernard
    2. Victor Cousin
    3. Sir Michael Sadler
    4. Mathew Arnold
  7. The Elementary School Education is divided into three levels:
    1. Classes from 1st to 3rd
    2. Classes from 4th to 6th
    3. Classes from 7th to 8th
      1. This system is prevalent in:
        1. Britain
        2. Russia
        3. America
        4. India
  8. In Britain, the Fisher Act for Elementary Education was given in:
    1. 1911
    2. 1916
    3. 1918
    4. 1919
  9. Infant schools were established in:
    1. Britain
    2. America
    3. China
    4. Russia
  10. Who established the “Infant Schools”?
    1. Nicholas Hans
    2. Robert Oven
    3. I.L. Kandel
    4. Vernon Mallinson
  11. Which is the first University established in America?
    1. Harvard University
    2. Stanford University
    3. Boston University
    4. Columbia University
  12. “Self Government” is a special feature of:
    1. Indian Schools
    2. American Schools
    3. British Schools
    4. Russian Schools
  13. The objective of Comparative Education is:
    1. To know and to understand oneself and others
    2. To study and education system in the world perspective
    3. To help reforms in education system
    4. All the above
  14. “The International Year Book of Education” was jointly published by:
    1. UGC and UNICEF
    2. UGC and IBE
    3. UNESCO and IBE
    4. UNESCO and UNICEF
  15. Main hindrances in “Comparative Education” are:
    1. Prejudices of people hindering progress in education system
    2. Kind of education and Teacher Training Institutes
    3. Missing Centralized Education System
    4. All of the above

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

  1. In which Article of the constitution of India, “Free and compulsory education for children until they complete the age of 14 years” is indicated?
    1. Article 14
    2. Article 24
    3. Article 28
    4. Article 45
  2. In Article 24, it is indicated that:
    1. Prohibition of Employment of Children in Factories etc.
    2. Prohibition of Discrimination on grounds of region, race, caste, sex on place of birth
    3. Free and compulsory education for children until they complete the age of 14 years
    4. Right to Education
  3. “Strengthening the ties of the school with life” is a phrase taken straight from:
    1. Indian Constitution
    2. Soviet Law
    3. Education Act of U.K.
    4. Education Policy Commission of U.S.A.
  4. “Kothari Commission on Education” has recommended the Educational Pattern in India as:
    1. 10+2+2
    2. 10+2+3
    3. 9+3+3
    4. 8+2+2+3
  5. In order to prepare teachers, “Regional colleges of Education” were setup the recommendation of:
    1. NCERT
    2. NCTE
    3. NUEPA
    4. UGC
  6. Regional Institutes were set up by Government of India with the objective:
    1. Innovative preservice and Inservice teacher education programme
    2. Relevant researches
    3. Development and extension activities
    4. All of the above
  7. The most latest structural pattern of education in U.S.A. is-
    1. K 6-3-3
    2. K 8-4
    3. K 6-6
    4. K 12
  8. The salient feature of Education System in USA is:
    1. Free Education
    2. Freedom of Choice of courses
    3. Democratic Ideals
    4. All of the above
  9. In UK, the commonly used method of teaching at Primary level is:
    1. Learning by doing
    2. Story Telling method
    3. Drama and Dialogue
    4. All of the above
  10. In U.S.A., Public schools are the responsibility of:
    1. State Board
    2. State Government
    3. Local Boards
    4. Central Government
  11. In U.S.A., The Education Policy Commission (1961) had the commitment for:
    1. Equality for opportunity
    2. Personal Dignity
    3. Individual Liberty
    4. All of the above
  12. “Multipurpose Schools” were opened on the recommendation of:
    1. University Commission
    2. Kothari Commission
    3. Mudaliar Commission
    4. New Education Policy
  13. Vardha Conference (1939) recommended that:
    1. Free and compulsory education should be given for children of 6-14 years
    2. Medium of education should be in mother tongue
    3. Training of head, heart and hand should be given to make the child independent
    4. All of the above
  14. The concept of “Kindergarten” was given by:
    1. Robert Oven
    2. Samuel
    3. Montessori
    4. Froebal
  15. The main problem of Primary Education in India is:
    1. Shortage of schools and insufficient school buildings
    2. Inappropriate curriculum
    3. Lack of efficient and suitable teachers
    4. All of the above
  16. In India, National Policy on Education (NPE) was formed in the years:
    1. 1986
    2. 1996
    3. 2006
    4. 2016
  17. In USA, Vocational Education is the integral part of:
    1. Primary Education
    2. Secondary Education
    3. Higher Education
    4. Informal Education
  18. The government of U.K. established NCET. The full form of N.C.E.T. is:
    1. National Council for Educational Technology
    2. National Council for Education and Training
    3. National Commission on Education and Technology
    4. National Commission on Education and Training
  19. Who was the chairman of International Commission on Education?
    1. Jacques Delors
    2. Fay Chung
    3. William Gorham
    4. Michael Manley
  20. “International Commission on Education” was constituted by:
    1. UNICEF
    2. UNESCO
    3. WHO
    4. UNO
  21. The title of the report of “International Commission on Education” is:
    1. Learning to be
    2. Learning to do
    3. Learning: the treasures within
    4. Learning to know
  22. “International Commission on Education” was appointed in the year:
    1. 1983
    2. 1993
    3. 2003
    4. 2013
  23. The main aim of UNESCO is:
    1. To develop international understanding and cooperation for peace
    2. To promote knowledge
    3. To promote science and culture
    4. All of the above
  24. The Headquarter of UNESCO is situated in:
    1. Geneva
    2. Paris
    3. New York
    4. Sydney
  25. UNESCO is organizing programme for the development of:
    1. Free and compulsory Education
    2. For Vocational education
    3. For Adult Education
    4. All of the above
  26. What is the full form of E.F.A.?
    1. Education for Adults
    2. Education for All
    3. Education for Aim
    4. All of the above

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

  1. In USSR, Vocational Education is given as:
    1. Orientation about various labour and trades from V to VIII Class
    2. General Vocational Education or Specialized Secondary Education in IX and X Class
    3. Specified pre-university courses for higher education as per interest
    4. All of the above
  2. “Public Schools in India” is the Brain-child of:
    1. Sir S.R. Das
    2. Annie Besant
    3. Lord Macaulay
    4. Sarvapalli RadhaKrishnan
  3. In UK, Educational structure is built on:
    1. 5+7+3 Pattern
    2. 8+4+2 Pattern
    3. 10+2+2 Pattern
    4. 10+2+3 Pattern
  4. “Inter-University Board” is now called as:
    1. Indian University Confederation
    2. University Grant Commission
    3. Association for Indian Universities
    4. National University Board
  5. In U.K., the Education Act of 1944 recommended a tripartite system of education to cater for different needs, interest and abilities. This includes three types of schools.
    1. Pre-Primary Schools, Primary Schools and Secondary School
    2. Grammar schools, Technical schools and Modern schools,
    3. Private schools, Public Schools and Government schools
    4. Missionary schools, Public schools and Government schools
  6. “National Curriculum of Elementary and Secondary Education” is framed by:
    1. NCTE
    2. NCERT
    3. NUEPA
    4. SCERT
  7. “Acharya Narendra Dev Committee” was established in:
    1. 1948
    2. 1953
    3. 1964
    4. 1984
  8. Which Committee was constituted to review the National Policy on Education (1986)?
    1. Acharya Rammurti Committee
    2. Acharya Narendra Dev Committee
    3. Abid Hussain Committee
    4. Rajendar Sachar Committee
  9. The main recommendation of Radhakrishnan Commission was:
    1. Salary of teachers
    2. Change in curriculum of vocational industrial and technological education
    3. Promotion to researches and inventions
    4. All of the above
  10. Inter-University Board works in:
    1. India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan
    2. India, Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
    3. India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Burma
    4. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal
  11. Who is known as Magna-Carta of India Education?
    1. Wood’s Dispatch
    2. Macaulay Minute
    3. Great Charter of Freedom
    4. Hunter Report
  12. When was University Grant Commission established in India?
    1. 1948
    2. 1952
    3. 1956
    4. 1964
  13. What is the role and responsibility of UGC?
    1. Provide funds
    2. Co-ordinate, determine and maintain standards of the higher education
    3. Update curriculum
    4. All of the above
  14. “University News” is a weekly magazine published by:
    1. Univesity Grant Commission
    2. Association of Indian Universities
    3. National University on Educational planning and Administration
    4. Ministry of Human Resource Development
  15. The first University established in India was:
    1. Calcutta University
    2. Bombay University
    3. Madras University
    4. Allahabad University
  16. National Council of Teacher Education was established on:
    1. 10 August 1964
    2. 15 August 1986
    3. 17 August 1995
    4. 19 August 2006
  17. Education helps to develop:
    1. Memory
    2. Reasoning Ability
    3. Communication Competency
    4. All of the above
  18. ‘Dakar Framework for Action’ is meant for:
    1. Education for Adults
    2. Education for All
    3. Free and compulsory education to all children
    4. Job opportunities for all
  19. World Education forum was held at Dakar in the year:
    1. 2000
    2. 2004
    3. 2008
    4. 2016
  20. ‘Education for All’ is a global movement led by UNESCO. The other Convener of Dakar Forum is:
    1. UNICEF
    2. UNFPA & UNDP
    3. World Bank
    4. All of the above
  21. New National Policy on Education (NPE-1986) recommended for:
    1. Expansion of Scholarship
    2. Operation Black Board
    3. Expansion of open universities and creation of Rural university model
    4. All of the above
  22. Programme of Action (PoA) was envolved in the year:
    1. 1964
    2. 1986
    3. 1992
    4. 2006
  23. The Chairman of “University Education Commission” was :
    1. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
    2. Dr. L.S. Mudaliar
    3. Dr. D.S. Kothari
    4. Dr.K. Kasturirangan
  24. Establishment of Universities in India was recommended by:
    1. Macaulay’s Minutes
    2. Wood’s Dispatch
    3. Radhakrishnan Commission
    4. Kothari Commission
  25. “University Autonomy” Principally means:
    1. Selection of the studends
    2. Appointment and promotion of teachers
    3. Determination of courses etc
    4. All of the above
  26. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was established in the year:
    1. 1985
    2. 1988
    3. 1994
    4. 2006
  27. National Adult Education Programme (N.A.E.P.) was launched on:
    1. October 2,1964
    2. October 2,1978
    3. October 2,1986
    4. October 2,1996
  28. National Literacy Mission was launched in 1988 to impart functional literacy among the people of:
    1. 6-14 years age group
    2. 15-35 years age group
    3. 18-45 years age group
    4. 15-60 years age group
  29. The component of functional literacy is:
    1. Achieving self reliance in literacy and numeracy
    2. Acquiring skills to improve the economic status
    3. Imbibing values of national integration, conserving environment and women’s equality
    4. All of the above
  30. In U.K., the standards and norms of Teacher Education are laid by:
    1. National Education Commission
    2. National Council of Teacher Education
    3. Royal Society of Teachers
    4. Association for Indian Universities
  31. In U.S.A., the first whole time education training department was established as:
    1. Teachers Training College at Columbia University
    2. Education Training Department at University of Michigan
    3. Education Training Department at University of Illinois
    4. Teachers’ Training Institute at University of Texas,Dollas
  32. National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi aims to provide:
    1. Free and happy atmosphere for children in the age group of 5-16 years
    2. Enhance creativity among children through art, drama, music and culture.
    3. All round development of the children
    4. All of the above
  33. In U.S.A. education reforms in recent years have been reported in the following:
    1. The Nation at Risk
    2. America 2000 for Education
    3. A Curriculum for American students
    4. Dakar Framework
  34. In U.K., Level 5 courses are:
    1. Degree Courses
    2. Specific Occupation Courses
    3. Post-Graduate Courses
    4. Intermediate Courses
  35. DU, JNU, BHU are the
    1. Centrally Administered Universities
    2. Affiliated Universities
    3. Federal Universities
    4. Deemed Universities
  36. The National Commission on Excellence in  Education (1983) was appointed in:
    1. India
    2. America
    3. U.K.
    4. Russia
  37. The National Education Commission on Excellence in Education (1983) produced a report titled as:
    1. “A Nation at Risk”
    2. “America 2000”
    3. “Dakar Framework”
    4. “Vision-2000”
  38. When was “Law of compulsory Attendance” made in America?
    1. In 1918
    2. In 1919
    3. In 1920
    4. In 1925
  39. “Commission on Life Adjustment Education for Youth” was established in June 1947 in:
    1. India
    2. U.K.
    3. USA
    4. Russia
  40. India’s higher education system is the third largest in the world. The first two are:
    1. America & Britain
    2. Britain & China
    3. America & China
    4. Russia & Germany

CCSU MA Private Second Year Comparative Education Question Paper 2018

  1. National Commission for Higher Education and Research Bill (NCHER) was given in the year:
    1. 2000
    2. 2006
    3. 2011
    4. 2016
  2. “A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn its own flame” who said this?
    1. Rabindra Nath Tagor
    2. Mahatma Gandhi
    3. Sarvpalli Radha Krishnan
    4. Swami Vivekanand
  3. “I prefer my students should drink from a running stream rather than a stagnant pool.” Who said this?
    1. Lord Macaulay
    2. Thomas Arnold
    3. Vernon Mallinson
    4. Nicholas Hans
  4. “Mid day Meal Scheme” was launched in India on:
    1. 15 August 1964
    2. 15 August 1986
    3. 15 August 1995
    4. 15 August 2006

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