21.
Information overload in a classroom
environment by a teacher will lead to

(1) High level participation (2) Semantic precision

(3) Effective impression (4) Delayed feedback

Answer: 4

22.
According to classical Indian school of
logic, what is the correct sequence of steps involved in Anumana (influence)?

(1) Upanaya, Pratijna, Hetu, Udaharana,
Nigamana

(2) Pratijna, Hetu, Upanaya, Udaharana,
Nigamana

(3) Pratijna, Upanaya, Hetu, Udaharana,
Nigamana

(4) Pratijna, Hetu, Udaharana, Upanaya,
Nigamana

Answer: 4

23.
Which of the following modes of communication
can be employed in a classroom for effective teaching?

(a) Top down

(b) Iconic

(c) Associational

(d) Dissociational

(e) Symbolic

(f) Abstract

Choose the most appropriate option from the
following:

(1) (a), (b) and (f) (2) (c), (e) and (f)

(3) (b), (c) and (e) (4) (a), (c) and (d)

Answer: 3

24.
The sum of a number and its inverse is -4.
The sum of their cubes is:

(1) -52 (2)
52

(3) 64 (4)
-64

Answer: 1

25.
A university teacher plans to improve the
study habits of students in his/her class. Which type of research paradigm will
be helpful in this regard?

(1) Evaluation research paradigm

(2) Fundamental research paradigm

(3) Applied research paradigm

(4) Action research paradigm

Answer: 4

**Comprehension:**

The following table gives the percentage of
marks obtained by 6 students in 5 different subjects in an examination. The
numbers in the parenthesis give the maximum marks in each subject.

**Answer the given questions (Q.26 to Q.30) based on the table:**

26.
What is the overall percentage of marks
obtained by Amar?

(1) 70% (2)
72%

(3) 60% (4)
58.33%

Answer: 2

27.
In which subject the performance of the
students is worst in terms of percentage of marks?

(1) Chemistry (2)
Physics

(3) Biology (4)
English

Answer: 4

28.
What was the aggregate of marks obtained by
Sanya in all the five subjects?

(1) 375 (2)
395

(3) 455 (4)
475

Answer: 3

29.
What is the average marks obtained by all the
six students in chemistry?

(1) 86.66 (2)
76.66

(3) 66.66 (4)
60.00

Answer: 1

30.
How many students obtained 60% and above
marks in all the subjects?

(1) Three (2)
Two

(3) One (4)
Zero

Answer: 2

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