1. Which of the following situation will occur if cultural changes do not follow social change?
(A) Cultural lag
(B) Educational lag
(C) Social lag
(D) Economical lag

2. Sociology of education includes
(A) Social relations by which individuals gain experience
(B) Social development in the country
(C) Society and its relationship with the individual
(D) Communication of the individual with the society

3. ‘Mirambaka’ – The school based on ideas of free progress education was advocated by
(A) M.K. Gandhi
(B) Aurobindo
(C) Vivekanand
(D) John Dewey

4. Education as sub-system of society
 (A) brings changes in the society and makes it modern.
(B) creates rift between educated and uneducated in the society
(C) dominates the society
(D) accepts dominance of the society

5. Who coined the term ‘cultural capital’?
(A) Bowels and Gintis
(B) Bourdieu and Passeron
(C) Young
(D) McRobbie and Aryon

6. One’s attitudes and values form the basis of one’s
(A) Popularity and reputation
(B) Self concept
(C) Effectiveness in dealing with one’s environment
(D) Personal and social adjustment

7. Who among the following is not a cognitive gestalt psychologist?
(A) Tolman
(B) Lewin
(C) Kohler
(D) Wertheimer

8. Two boys have an I.O. of 120. It can be concluded that
(A) both boys would be successful in high school and college.
(B) these boys have equal mental ages.
(C) the parents of both are above average in intelligence.
(D) none of these is necessarily true.

9. Emotions can be considered as motives because
(A) they are universal and presumably innate.
(B) they initiate and direct behaviour towards the attainment of certain goals.
(C) they are governed by consciously recognized stimulus and goal objects.
(D) they are integral parts of the process of adjustment.

10. In operant conditioning the reinforcement is contingent upon
(A) Nature of the stimulus
(B) Nature of the response
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of these

11. According to Guilford’s SI model, total number of factors that constitute to human intellect is
(A) 60
(B) 90
(C) 120
(D) 150

12. Training in advance of normal maturation is generally
(A) Highly beneficial with respect to performance of common skills.
(B) Harmful from an overall point of view.
(C) Harmless but essentially a waste of time.
(D) Beneficial to harmful depending on the method used in training.

13. Inclusive education is about
(A) making provision for all children
(B) welcoming and celebrating diversity
(C) both (A) and (B) are true
(D) none of the above

14. The teacher who has a student who stutters should
(A) help him by supplying the words he/she wants to say.
(B) have him take part in all the oral activities of the class.
(C) give him world drill on the words on which he stutters.
(D) provide special situations in which his/her sense of self worth is built up.

15. Generally the most effective approach to dealing with the child’s aggressive behaviour is
(A) to channel his/her aggression into legitimate areas of competition.
(B) to reward him/her for friendly behaviour and to ignore his/her aggressive behaviour.
(C) to give him due punishments, when he shows aggressive tendencies.
(D) to insist that he/she apologies for his undesirable behaviour.