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1. A common feature of Hinduism,
Buddhism and Jainism is belief about
(A) the unreality of the world
(B) the existence of God
(C) the soul
(D) karma and rebirth
2. ‘Epistemology’ means
(A) stem cell research
(B) study of the nature of
knowledge
(C) study of the nature of values
(D) study of the nature of the world
3. In Indian Philosophy ‘pramana’
means
(A) oath
(B) measurement
(C) assurance
(D) source of knowledge
4. Which of the following is the source
material about the Jain way of life ?
(A) Dhammapada
(B) Karma Kanda
(C) Tripitaka
(D) Tri-ratna
5. The Schools of Vedanta are
(A) Dharma, Artha and Moksa
(B) Advaita, Dwaita and
Visishtadvaita
(C) Hinduism, Buddhism and
Jainism
(D) the orthodox and the heterodox
6. A researcher is interested in studying
the flood victims. Which one of the
following is a suitable sample
selection method ?
(A) Random Sampling
(B) Stratified Sampling
(C) Systematic Sampling
(D) Purposive Sampling
7. Match the Measurement Scales in
List – I which can be used with
appropriate Statistics in List – II :
List – I List – II
a. Nominal
Scales
i. Geometric
Mean
b. Ordinal
Scales
ii. Frequency
Distribution
c. Interval
Scales
iii. Median &
Rank
Correlation
d. Ratio Scales iv. Mean, SD &
Correlations
Codes :
a b c d
(A) iv iii ii i
(B) i iii ii iv
(C) ii iii iv i
(D) i iv iii ii
8. Which one of the following tests can
be used to examine the differences in
Mathematics achievement of boys
and girls ?
(A) Correlational Test
(B) ‘t’ Test
(C) Chi-square Test
(D) Anova
9. There is a significant positive
correlation between variables X and
Y. This means that :
(A) X causes variation in Y.
(B) Y causes variation in X.
(C) X and Y vary together in
opposite directions.
(D) X and Y vary together in the
same direction.

10. “Education and Society are two
mutually supporting systems,
interconnected, that one cannot thrive
in the absence of the other.” What is
the reason ?
(A) Education sustains society,
preserves culture, ushers in
new one and inculcates values.
(B) Education helps to do away
with social divisions and
produces leaders for
governance.
(C) Education makes people self
employable/employable.
(D) Education modernises and
makes society civilized.
11. ‘Alienation’ as a widespread social
problem was first highlighted by
(A) Idealism
(B) Pragmatism
(C) Marxism
(D) Realism
12. What is the subject matter of
Educational Sociology ?
I. Social Processes and Social
Change
II. Social Behaviour and Social
Control
III. Social Institutions and Social
Problems
IV. Legislature, Executive and
Judiciary
Codes :
(A) I, II and III (B) IV, I and II
(C) III, IV and I (D) II, III and IV
13. What was the purpose of introducing
the noon-meal scheme in primary
schools ?
(A) To keep primary teachers
engaged.
(B) To increase enrolment in
primary schools.
(C) To provide employment to
cooks.
(D) To provide one square meal to
children every day.
14. What does the term ‘Socialization”
refer to ?
(A) Participating in social service
activities.
(B) Process of interaction among
members of the society and
transmitting values.
(C) Instructions given to people
through mass media to keep
society free from corruption.
(D) Advising people to bring up
their children as socially
responsible beings.
15. ‘Hinayana’ is the name of which
School of Buddhism ?
(A) Theravada (B) Vajrayana
(C) Tantric (D) Esoteric
16. ‘Coherence’ is the criterion of truth is
(A) Existentialism (B) Idealism
(C) Marxism (D) Naturalism
17. ‘Metaphysics’ means
(A) a branch of Physics
(B) exploring the nature of ultimate
reality
(C) Physics of metals
(D) Physics of weather
18. The two basic divisions in Schools of
Indian Philosophy are
(A) Vedanta and Buddhism
(B) Advaita and Dwaita
(C) Theistic and Atheistic
(D) Orthodox and Heterodox
19. The ultimate goal of education in
Jainism is
(A) Non-violence (B) Renunciation
(C) Liberation (D) Philanthropy
20. The ceremony of initiation of
education in Buddhism is called
(A) Vidyarambam
(B) Upanayanam
(C) Pabajja
(D) Uparampada
21. Researcher intends to ascertain the
attitude of adolescents towards
modernization, which one of the
following tools is an appropriate one ?
(A) Projective Technique
(B) Interview
(C) Likert Scale
(D) Sociometry

22. Which of the following is incorrect
as a measure of dispersion ?
(A) Quartile Deviation
(B) Range
(C) Standard Deviation
(D) Sampling Error
23. A researcher prepared a report based
on the interviews of 25 people.
Under which category, this research
can be placed ?
(A) Quantitative (B) Qualitative
(C) Historical (D) Scientific
24. The Right to Education Act recently
passed by our Parliament is an
extension of the following article of
our Constitution
(A) 13 (B) 15
(C) 45 (D) 55
25. Which of the following are
essentially required on the part of the
teacher for developing intercultural
understanding in children ?
I. Possession of knowledge of
various cultures and
subcultures.
II. Being progressive and openminded
III. Being pious and religious
IV. Classroom communication
skills
Choose the correct answers from the
given options.
Codes :
(A) I and II (B) II and III
(C) III and IV (D) IV and I
26. What is the striking contrast between
“acclimatization” and “naturalization” ?
I. Acclimatization is adjusting to
the external environment.
II. Acclimatization is changing the
room temperature and air
circulation using appliances.
III. Naturalization is change of
attitude as required by the new
context.
IV. Acclimatization is external and
Naturalization is internal.
Choose the correct answers from the
given options.
Codes :
(A) I, II and III (B) II, III and IV
(C) III, IV andü I (D) IV, I andü II
27. Introspection method lacks in
(A) Reliability
(B) Validity
(C) Objectivity
(D) All the above three
28. Which of the following thinkers said
‘Literacy itself is not education,
literacy is only a means to education’ ?
(A) J. Krishnamurti
(B) Swami Vivekananda
(C) Sri Aurobindo
(D) Mahatma Gandhi
29. Which teaching method was evolved
by Naturalism ?
(A) Heuristic Method
(B) Playway Method
(C) Scientific Method
(D) Project Method
30. Choose the correct or the best answer
among the following :
‘Philosophy’ means
(A) Consoling oneself while facing
disappointments in life.
(B) A form of religion.
(C) Attempt to find answer to
fundamental and ultimate
questions.
(D) Sophisticated arguments.
31. The most ascetic School of Indian
Philosophy is
(A) Buddhism (B) Jainism
(C) Vedanta (D) Sankhya
32. The number of Savants
[Thirthankaras] in the Jain tradition is
(A) 10 (B) infinite
(C) 24 (D) 100

33. ‘Vinaya Pitaka’ deals with
(A) rules of conduct for the
Buddhist Samga
(B) rules for polite behaviour for
Jain monks
(C) rules for polite behaviour for
Hindu Sannyasins
(D) Emperor Ashoka’s Edicts
34. Which one of the following is the
stable measure of dispersion ?
(A) Range
(B) Quartile Deviation
(C) Average Deviation
(D) Standard Deviation
35. The method of drawing conclusions
based on the observation of each and
every instance of a population is
called
(A) Scientific Method
(B) Deductive Method
(C) Inductive Method
(D) Dialectic Method
36. Positivistic research approach was
advocated by
(A) Francis Bacon
(B) Stanley & Compbell
(C) Auguste Comte
(D) Babbit
37. Something written in a holy book is
held to be true by readers. This
method of acquiring knowledge is
termed as the method of
(A) Tenacity (B) Authority
(C) Intuition (D) Science
38. A class teacher administered
Thematic Apperception Test to a
group of students to assess their
(A) Achievement
(B) Awareness
(C) Personality
(D) Attitude
39. A class teacher asked all his students
to take a test only as and when each
one of them mastered the theory of
Gravitation. This is an example of
(A) Norm Referenced Test
(B) Feasibility Test
(C) Summative Test
(D) Criterion Referenced Test
40. When a non-directional hypothesis is
stated, the test of significance would
be
(A) One tailed
(B) Two tailed
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above
41. The critical difference between
naturalism and pragmatism is in the
importance accorded to
(A) aims (B) methods
(C) social context (D) evaluation
42. What are the checks and balances
available in society for regulating
social behaviour of people ?
I. Mores, Folkways and
Institutions
II. Enacted Laws and Punishments
III. Meditation and Prayer
IV. Reading religious books
Choose the correct answers from the
codes given below :
Codes :
(A) I and II (B) II and III
(C) III and IV (D) IV and I
43. What is meant by ‘Culture’ ?
(A) Complex whole of what man
has achieved as being a
member of the society.
(B) Sophistication in dress, food,
etc.
(C) Civilization marked by the use
of modern electric home
appliances
(D) Using of computers, mobile
phones, internet, etc.

44. What is the objective of the Integrated
Child Development Services ?
I. Improving nutrition and health
status of children upto 6 years.
II. Reducing child mortality rate
in the country.
III. Providing quality primary
education to children.
IV. Providing healthcare centres to
take care of children’s health.
Choose the correct answers from the
codes given below :
Codes :
(A) I and II (B) II and III
(C) III and IV (D) IV and I
Read the passage and answer from
question Nos. 45 to 50 :
“Everyday, day after day, we see
men and animals dying. But each man
thinks he is going to live on forever. What
can be more surprising than this ?” So goes
a passage in the Mahabharata. All religions
are attempts to help man come to terms
with death. Swami Vivekananda said, ‘so
long as death is there religion will be
there’.
However, it is common knowledge
that very pious people are as much afraid
of death as the no so pious. Gal Bellow, a
Nobel Laureate in literature said, “The
tragedy of civilization consists in the
refusal of the doomed creature to die.”
Jostling for space in the annals of history is
an attempt to grapple with mortality.
However, Norman O. Brown in his
scholarly treatise, ‘Life against Death : A
Psychoanalytic Interpretation of History’
concludes that the survival of mankind into
the future urgently requires that we
cultivate in every oncoming generation a
consciousness that is willing and ready to
die.
This is squarely a challenge for
educational research. We must develop a
curriculum that will enable every
individual follow the ebb and flow of the
clan vital in the parabola of the life cycle,
savour the joys of sex in the waxing phase
of the parabola and mellow with it in the
waning phase.
45. According to the Mahabharata what
is most surprising ?
(A) People dying
(B) Animals dying
(C) Animals and people living
(D) Failure to accept death is
inevitable for everyone
46. Which of the following statements is
NOT true ?
(A) Religions attempt to help us
accept death.
(B) Religions attempt to help us to
live properly and die properly.
(C) Religions succeed in helping
everyone of their followers to
accept death when the time
comes.
(D) Death is there only because of
religion.
47. The tragedy of civilization consists in
(A) death
(B) facilitates that increase life
expectancy
(C) increase in population
(D) desire of human beings to live
on forever
48. “Jostling for space in the annals of
history” means
(A) struggling for lasting frame
(B) writing history books
(C) trying to get into spacecrafts
(D) trying to become a wrestler
49. What do you think Norman O.
Brown’s book is about ?
(A) Life
(B) Death
(C) History
(D) Struggle between life and death
50. The essential message of this passage
is best expressed as
(A) Celebration of living
(B) Celebration of dying
(C) Parabola of the life cycle
(D) Learning-to-Be and Not-to-Be

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As you want to get NET Exam Philosophy question paper so here I am giving you some questions of that paper:

1. Bhutayajña is performed for the
wellbeing of
(A) Souls of dead persons
(B) Souls of the ancestors
(C) The Performer
(D) None of the above
2. The correct sequence of some items
of dradasanidana according to the
Buddhists is
(A) Namarupa, Vijñana, ________ Sa ayatan,
Sparsa
(B) Vijñana, Namarupa, ________ Sa ayatan,
Sparsa
(C) Vijñana, Namarupa, Sparsa,
________ Sa ayatan
(D) ________ Sa ayatan, Vijñana, Namarupa,
Sparsa
3. Bandhana (bondage) is of two types
i.e. Bhavabandhana &
Dravyabandhana – this view is upheld
by
(A) Nyaya
(B) Yoga
(C) Jaina
(D) None of the above
4. Which school holds that God exists,
but he has not created the World ?
(A) Vaise ika
(B) Carvaka
(C) Yoga
(D) Nyaya

5. _________ Svalak a a according to the
Buddhists is
(A) Momentary only
(B) Real only
(C) Both momentary and real
(D) Eternal and real
6. Given below an Assertion (A) and a
Reason (R).
Consider them and select the correct
code in the context of Buddhism.
Assertion (A) : Even _______ Nirva a is a
stable of misery.
Reason (R) : Sarvam ________ du kham
________ du kham
Code :
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and
(R) is the correct explanation of
(A).
(B) (A) is true and (R) is false and
(R) is the correct explanation of
(A)
(C) (A) is false and (R) is true and
(R) is not the correct
explanation of (A).
(D) (A) and (R) are both false and
(R) is not the correct
explanation of (A).
7. According to Nyaya which Prama a
cognizes absence ?
(A) Pratyaksha
(B) Anuman
(C) __________ A upalabdhi
(D)
–S
abda
8. Which one of the following
alternatives is accepted by some
schools of Buddhism ?
(A) Swatah – Pramanya, Partah –
Apramanya
(B) Swatah – Pramanya, Swatah –
Apramanya
(C) Partah – Pramanya, Swatah –
Apramanya
(D) Partah – Pramanya, Partah –
Apramanya
9. What is the right sequence of five
Kle–sasa, according to Yoga Darshana ?
(A) Avidya, Asmita, Raga, ______ Dvesa ,
Abhinive–sa
(B) Asmita, Avidya, Raga, ______ Dvesa ,
Abhinive–sa
(C) Raga, Asmita, Avidya, ______ Dvesa ,
Abhinive–sa
(D) Abhinive–sa, Raga, Asmita,
Avidya, ______ Dvesa ,
10. What is the link between Brahman
and World, according to Sri
Aurobindo ?
(A) Mind
(B) Higher Mind
(C) Illumined Mind
(D) Supermind

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