Punjab B.Ed. Entrance Test 2017 : Papers and Answer Keys, (Set-A)
1. According to Census 2011, the population density in Punjab was :
(A) 484/sq km (B) 550/sq km
(C) 503/sq km (D) 525/sq km
2. The largest district of Punjab is :
(A) Hoshiarpur (B) Jalandhar
(C) Amritsar (D) Ludhiana
3. For how many times, the President’s Rule has been imposed in Punjab since 1950 ?
(A) 4 (B) 6
(C) 8 (D) 7
4. “Nange Pairan Da Safar” is authored by :
(A) Dalip Kaur Tiwana (B) Gurpreet Singh Preetlari
(C) Surjeet Pattar (D) Amrita Pritam
5. National boundaries of Punjab are with :
(A) J & K, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan
(B) Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan
(C) U.P., Haryana, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh
(D) M.P., Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan
6. The only state in India that has an active and enforced Common Civil Code is :
(A) Sikkim (B) Goa
(C) Arunachal Pradesh (D) Assam
7. Earthquakes are caused by :
(C) Earth’s revolution
(D) Earth’s rotation
8. A person of which of the following blood groups can receive blood of any group :
(A) A (B) B
(C) AB (D) O
9. How many members can President of India nominate to Rajya Sabha ?
(A) 5 (B) 12
(C) 10 (D) 8
10. The playing time for the full version of National Anthem is :
(A) 32 seconds (B) 44 seconds
(C) 55 seconds (D) 52 seconds
11. G.D.R. means :
(A) Gross Domestic Ratio
(B) Global Depository Receipt
(C) Global Development Range
(D) Geographically Developed Region
12. Tuberculosis is caused due to :
(A) Bacteria (B) Virus
(C) Fungus (D) None of the above
13. NEFT means :
(A) National Emblem and Fund Token
(B) Negotiated Easy Funds Transfer
(C) National Economic Funds Transfer
(D) National Electronic Funds Transfer
14. Asset Reconstruction companies in India are related to :
(A) Short-term loans
(B) Infrastructure Funds
(C) Non-performing Assets
15. Items that are not covered in GST :
(A) Alcohol, Gold and Petroleum Products
(B) Alcohol, Electricity and Petroleum Products
(C) Alcohol, Electricity and Estate
(D) Alcohol, Medicines and Electricity
16. Which Indian Origin Canadian You Tube star has been appointed UNICEF’s Global Goodwill Ambassador ?
(A) Gulzar Singh Cheema (B) Ruby Dhalia
(C) Lilly Singh (D) Nina Grewal
17. What is the name of new integrated mobile app launched by Rail Minister for passengers ?
(A) Rail Saathi (B) Rail Humsafar
(C) Rail Musafir (D) Rail Saarthi
18. Which telecom company has launched Rs. 330 crores 100 G optical transport network (NG-OTN) ?
(A) MTNL (B) Airtel
(C) BSNL (D) Idea
19. What is the rank of M.L. Nijalingappa who stopped President’s convoy for ambulance ?
(A) Inspector (B) Constable
(C) DSP (D) Sub inspector
20. Which Ministry has started Start Up India Hub ?
(A) Commerce and Industry Ministry
(B) Home Affairs Ministry
(C) Defence Ministry
(D) Finance Ministry
21. Slogan “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan” was given by :
(A) Lal Bahadur Shastri
(B) Smt. Indira Gandhi
(C) Mahatma Gandhi
(D) Jawahar Lal Nehru
22. ............. called Pink City of India.
23. National Song of India “Vande Mataram” has been taken from Bankim Chandra Chatterji’s book :
(A) Kapal Kundala (B) Vish Vriksha
(C) Durgesh Nandini (D) Anand Math
24. Alfred Nobel, the founder of Nobel Prize is associated with :
(A) Cosmic Rays (B) Dynamite
(C) Dynamo (D) Safety pin
25. Which of the following is not a primary color ?
(A) Blue (B) Green
(C) Red (D) Black
26. Clove is obtained from :
(A) Flower (B) Root
(C) Stem (D) Leaves
27. The oldest Oil Refinery in India is :
(A) Haldia (B) Digboi
(C) Baroda (D) Mumbai
28. DRDO “Nishant” is a :
(A) Fighter Plane (B) Pioletless Target Aircraft
(C) Surface to Air Missile (D) Unmanned Air Vehicle
29. “Land of Midnight Sun” is name given to :
(A) Norway (B) Sweden
(C) Denmark (D) Dublin
30. OPEC stands for :
(A) Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Corporations
(B) Overseas Petroleum Exporting Countries
(C) Overseas Petroleum Exporting Commission
(D) Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries
31. “If you open a school, you close a prison.” It means that :
(A) Schools are built on the land where there were prisons.
(B) The spread of education ends crime.
(C) School children throw stones at prison building.
(D) Opening ceremony of a school causes much grief and pain to prison officials.
32. A good teacher is one who :
(A) Gives useful information.
(B) Explains concepts and principles.
(C) Gives printed notes to students.
(D) Inspires students to learn.
33. Education as a subject of legislation listed in :
(A) Union List
(B) State List
(C) Concurrent List
(D) Residuary Powers
34. One basic difference between traditional schools and open learning schools is that :
(A) The former are systematic.
(B) The latter do not cultivate cultural values.
(C) The latter use modern gadgets.
(D) The former carry personal touch.
35. Teacher’s class-room behaviour should be good because :
(A) It will set an example.
(B) Students will be more attentive.
(C) Environment would be conducive to learning.
(D) Students will appreciate it.
36. Teaching aids are useful because they :
(A) Help teacher’s work.
(B) Activate all senses.
(C) Help students to be attentive.
(D) Make learning more meaningful.
37. Which of the following is regulatory body for teacher education ?
(A) NCTE (B) NCERT
(C) UGC (D) CABE
38. What makes the students active and attentive in the class ?
(A) Impressive lecture
(B) Variety in the teaching learning process
(D) Colourful diagrams
39. Teaching results in :
40. Books in the library should be kept :
(A) Under lock and key
(B) According to open access system
(C) In haphazard manner
(D) Beyond the access of the students
41. How will you encourage the students to use the library ?
(A) By telling them the importance of books.
(B) Give the students some books for study at home.
(C) Take the students to the library during vacation/holidays.
(D) Yourself study in the library along with the students.
42. Books should be issued to the students from Library ................... .
(A) For unlimited time
(B) For specified number of days
(C) As long as students want to retain them
(D) Not necessary to issue books to students
43. The Right to free and compulsory education for children between age group of 6 to 14 has been inserted in Indian Constitution as :
(A) Article 46
(B) Article 16
(C) Article 45
(D) Article 21
44. Indian Institute of Advanced Study is located at :
45. The National flagship programme of Education (SSA) aims at :
(A) Universalization of Elementary Education
(B) Universalization of Secondary Education
(C) Special Education in Primary Schools
(D) Special Secondary Academic Programs
46. Internal assessment is desirable because :
(A) It helps improvement of the aggregate score
(B) It creates fear in the minds of students
(C) It gives weight age to the classroom performance during the entire session
(D) It makes the teacher more powerful
47. School is the miniature form of :
(A) Society (B) Family
(C) State (D) Club
48. All round growth and development of the child implies :
(A) Development of home and school
(B) Development of different organs of the body
(C) Development of the best in child – body, mind and spirit
(D) Development of good habits
49. A student in your class often steals, how will you handle him ?
(A) Give him exemplary punishment
(B) Threaten the student that he will be expelled from school
(C) Try to know the reason behind this kind of behaviour and take remedial steps
(D) Hand over the student to the police
50. OHP means :
(A) Over Hearing Programme
(B) Official Housing Project
(C) Over Head Projector
(D) Open House Programme
51. A teacher should treat his colleagues :
(A) With due courtesy and respect
(B) With hatred
(C) With love and affection
(D) With tension and backbiting
52. P.T.A. stands for :
(A) Public Training Agency
(B) Parent Teacher Activity
(C) Parent Teacher Association
(D) Police Training Association
53. Evaluation should be :
(C) Both Summative and Formative
54. Which of the following is an audio-visual media ?
(A) Radio (B) Tape recorder
(C) Computer (D) Slide Projector
55. A child learns his first lesson of living from :
(A) State (B) Society
(C) Home (D) School
56. The utmost drawback of cramming is that :
(A) Students learn unnecessary things
(B) It impedes original thinking
(C) Students cannot secure good marks
(D) It affects the mind adversely
57. To maintain discipline in class, teacher should :
(A) Give responsibilities to students
(B) Tell about the punishments for wrong acts
(C) Daily tell them to follow the code of conduct
(D) Give corporal punishments
58. Child Labour Prohibition Act (1986) :
(A) Prohibits all types of child labour upto 14 years of age of child
(B) Prohibits child labour in risk- taking works only
(C) Prohibits child labour during school hours only
(D) Prohibits child labour by imposing the responsibility of children’s education on the employers
59. A teacher who is not able to draw the attention of his/her students should :
(A) evaluate his/her teaching method and improve it
(B) resign from the post
(C) find fault in his /her students
(D) start dictating
60. A teacher generally asks questions to his pupils during the lecture :
(A) To know, are students listening the lecture attentively ?
(B) To know, which student is brilliant one?
(C) To know whether the students are understanding the lecture or not
(D) To help the students.